Sheri Salata. You may have heard her name as the executive producer for Oprah Winfrey, but Sheri has moved on to new adventures. She’s got a new book – The Beautiful No – what a great name! – and she shares her insights in what she calls part midlife rallying cry and part cautionary tale. Sheri Salata, on Keep it Juicy!
In his poem The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, T.S. Eliot says, “I have measured out my life with coffee spoons.” Now I love coffee, but the truth is, we measure our life in time. Everybody knows that one plus one equals two. But sometimes, when you add up the hours you’ve spent on things, the math doesn’t add up. The math of life, on Keep it Juicy!
Cindy Gallop isn’t terribly concerned about whether she shocks you. She’s more concerned with the fact that lots of young people are getting their sexual education from porn — and that’s one reason she started her website featuring consensual, real-world sex, Make Love, Not Porn.
Whether you’re getting a lot of money or a little – or whether you’re the one divvying up the money after Aunt Gertrude dies – it can be a real mess. Financial advisor Jennifer Luzzatto talks about how to clean up the mess – or, even better, to make sure that the mess never happens.
You might remember Honey from Episode 6 when she talked about what she learned about widowhood. Now, Honey talks her new project – a legacy book for grandparents to leave behind – and about her new network that encourages friendships of all ages. You can stay younger when your friends aren’t all exactly like you!
In this era of #MeToo and of potential presidential candidates being outed for creepy touching…what do we do about the need for human touch? I’m a hugger. But should I stop? I see both sides of touch on Keep it Juicy!
You know how time seems to fly faster the older you get? Well, there’s a scientific reason for that – and there are some pretty easy ways to slow time down, believe it or not. Physicist and engineer Adrian Bejan talks about time and why it seems to race by. Listening to his mind work is fascinating. And the implications for all of us about his study of time? Amazing.