Life mapping – don’t you wish sometimes you had a GPS for your own life?
Dana V Adams says life mapping can give you that. It’s a personal development tool that helps us become clear on who we are; what brings us joy; and offers a goal plan system structured so you can set yourself up for success. It’s a fairly intimate process – Adams says that, if someone reads your life map, they’ll get who you are as a person.
You would think that a woman who runs a couple of peaceful spas would exude peace and calm, right? Except Kim Powell, who owns the Woodhouse Day Spa and Boutique in Charleston, calls herself a “wellness fraud” because she’s always on the go and the spa isn’t even her only business. But, she says that she lives by a few key mantras as well as a big lesson from the blue heron. Kim Powell talks self-care, beef jerky and husband legs on Keep it Juicy!
Is there some magic to being a best-selling author? For mystery author Rhys Bowen, it’s been steady perseverance, a bit of chutzpah, and even a little of the magic from a Celtic harp. Author Rhys Bowen on today’s Keep it Juicy!
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!
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.
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!