Services I provide:
Recording setup consultation, content editing, audio restoration, intro and outro music, mixing and mastering services.
Notable clients include: Jenna Lee (SmartHer News), Audrey Scagnelli (Sanity Media), Stephanie Beigel of “Very Cavallari” (Well/Behaved Podcast), Andrea Hardy (Let’s Gut Real), and Eddie Babbage (Wedding Industry Insider Podcast).
Pepperidge Farm is one of the most well-known baked goods companies in the world, and it all began with a Connecticut housewife named Margaret Rudkin. In the midst of the Great Depression, Rudkin turned a loaf of bread into a booming business.
Inspired by her youngest son’s health impediments, Rudkin set out to provide a healthy alternative to the over-processed breads that dominated grocery store shelves, and then she kept going. She went from baking thousands of loaves out of a barn in her backyard to building her own factory, was a prodigious product developer (think Goldfish and Pepperidge Farm Stuffing), sold her company to the Campbell Soup Company for what would be 237 million in today’s dollars, and became the first woman on its board of directors.
Our guest, historian Edie Sparks, is the Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education at the University of the Pacific and the author of Boss Lady: How Three Women Entrepreneurs Built Successful Big Businesses in the Mid-Twentieth Century.
One of the biggest news stories on the planet involves gymnast Simone Biles stepping back from competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. How does one navigate when to accelerate through challenging times or when to hit the brakes? Positive Psychology Expert Rob Mack illuminates this fundamental question related to the news and our life, offering key takeaways on true resilience, and fine tuning your life’s purpose (during a stressful pandemic and beyond).
The radiant Ceta Walters is an incredible mom of two sons, lifestyle blogger (Clark and Stone) and most recently and officially a breast cancer SURVIVOR! Her strength has never shined through more than in the past few years in her battle with cancer. She fought and she won and she is here to remind us all to “feel it on the 1st”; prevention starts at home with monthly self exams. She shares her journey and inspires us to show up for anyone going through this and to stay in tune with our bodies for ultimate prevention.
We discuss how under-nourishing, which can arise from restricted eating can lead to slower digestion, exacerbate gut symptoms and lead to further restricted eating patterns.
This week I interview Rachael Hartley, fellow digestive health dietician on the intersection between IBS and eating disorders.
Rachael Hartley, RD, LD, is a Columbia, SC-based nutrition therapist, certified intuitive eating counselor and nationally-recognized food and nutrition expert who is passionate about helping others rediscover the joy of eating and foster a healthier relationship with food.
She is the founder of Rachael Hartley Nutrition, a weight-inclusive practice where she specializes in disordered eating and healing from chronic dieting, IBS and other digestive disorders, and women’s health. She also runs the popular blog The Joy of Eating, where she shares practical intuitive eating advice and non-diet recipes and is featured regularly in national media outlets. Rachael also presents regularly about intuitive eating and non-diet nutrition to professional audiences and the general public.
We talk about:
- How Rachael became interested in the field of eating disorders
- The prevalence of digestive symptoms in eating disorders/disordered eating
- Some screening/red flags to consider when working with clients with IBS
- How to treat digestive symptoms in a patient with eating disorders
- What role does the gut-brain connection play in cases of IBS and eating disorders?
- What other interventions we can implement that doesn’t require restricted eating
- What is the link between feeling stressed about eating and the reaction our gut experiences as a result of that?
- Who is a good candidate for low-FODMAP diet?
- What are the risks of the low-FODMAP diet?
- Pathologizing bloating
- What about gut directed hypnotherapy?
- Does medication have a place in IBS management?
Connect with Rachael at https://www.rachaelhartleynutrition.com/my-book-gentle-nutrition or on instagram @rachaelhartleyrd or on her Facebook here as well!
You know that Timeline Genius saves you time and easily creates professional, personalized timelines. But did you know the story of how Timeline Genius became the company it is today? If you’re a wedding planner, whether you’re just starting out or have years of experience, we think you’ll want to hear this interview.
So, we invite you to tune in for our very special 75th podcast episode with Eddie Babbage and Brooke Richie-Babbage!
Eddie is the Founder of Timeline Genius, a software company that’s 100% dedicated to making it easy to create customized wedding timelines. A graduate of both Duke and Harvard Law School, Eddie is a serial entrepreneur and former lawyer. Inspired by conversations with hundreds of planners, he created the Timeline Genius software to streamline the process of creating personalized timelines.
Brooke is a strategic coach and executive consultant for nonprofit leaders around the country. With degrees from Yale, Harvard, and Harvard Law School, Brooke’s experience includes starting her own nonprofit and supporting Timeline Genius. She also hosts the Nonprofit Mastermind Podcast.
In this episode, Eddie and Brooke talk about the foundation and mission of Timeline Genius. In particular, they share about their experience as entrepreneurs and why Timeline Genius is, above all, smart with heart.
Here are some of the key points that Eddie and Brooke discuss:
- The lessons Eddie and Brooke have gained due to the challenges they’ve overcome
- Why mindset is the most important factor in dealing with the uncertainties of entrepreneurship
- Their faith in the mission of Timeline Genius
- The importance of both clear company values and the right people
- Brooke’s #1 piece of advice for wedding industry professionals
To hear Eddie and Brooke’s interview, you can press the play button above. And be sure to subscribe to our podcast in iTunes.
We want to say a special thank you to Eddie and Brooke for sharing these insights with our Timeline Genius community.
Please take this information, act on it, and carry on the journey toward fulfilling your dreams!