New Year, New You?! How about New Year, Same, Beautiful, Goal-Driven You? In Season 3, Episode 2 of Life on the Other Side of Should, Dr. Corrine Rogers joins us to talk about the fallacy of New Year's resolutions and why setting goals is a healthier approach to self-improvement.
I’m a bit of a Scrooge when it comes to Christmas. I dislike the never-ending stream of “have to do’s” – the shopping, the decorating, the way too jampacked social calendar, the gift wrapping, the perpetual feast of baked goods that leave me feeling like a bloated toad by the end of the year, and the pressure to create Instagram-worthy moments of a perfectly coiffed family, smiling in front of a pristinely-decorated Christmas tree, in matching pajamas, while lovingly holding up a gaggle of ever-so-thoughtful DIY gifts crafted from the most perfectly-muted pastel macramé.
In Season 3, episode 1 of the SheHive podcast, Life on the Other Side of Should, we talk about absurd holiday movie plots and what that means for your crazy ideas.
In Season 1, Episode 9, hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki are joined by SheHive KeyHolder, Jessica Van Valkenburgh, to discuss Vegas showgirls, what women fear most, Key Ninjas, coaching our daughters on how to not get raped, civil discourse, pregnancy shaming and how women should not be bitches. Or should they?
In Season 1, Episode 8, hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki are joined by SheHive KeyHolder, Jackie Zimmerman, to discuss fat shaming, how we should grieve, working corporate versus owning your own business, and the danger in tying our identities to our jobs.