Monthly Archives: February 2022

S4 E7 How To Rewrite Your Food Story and Unfu*k Your Relationship With Food

Are you ready to finally find peace with food and leave the past in the past? Our “food story” is that inner narrative about how and why we eat what we do. YOUR food story is a blend of how you were raised, the messages you received from influential people around you, the media and positive and painful memories associated with food since childhood. It’s really the perfect storm that impacts our health and happiness.

Join Lauren as she talks to certified eating psychology, health coach and author Elise Museles about changing that inner mean-girl dialogue in our heads once and for all. In this episode they discuss what a food story is, why so many women are so fed up when it comes to food and dieting, how we can change our mindset and beliefs when it comes to food, how to quiet the “noise” around food, how to use food to boost our mood and how we can make our kitchen a sanctuary instead of a place that causes panic.

Be sure to check out Elise’s book Food Story: Rewrite The Way You Eat, Think & Live which is a permission slip to love yourself, filled with practical tools and questions for reflection.

Follow Elise on Instagram @elisemuseles


S4 E6 Damn Tired? The Truth About Sleep Deprivation In Midlife With Dr. Shelby

You used to sleep straight through the night and now you are an insomniac who would kill for a good night’s sleep. Sound familiar? Join Lauren as she speaks with Dr. Shelby Harris (@SleepDocShelby) who is board certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine and treats a wide variety of sleep, anxiety and depression issues using evidence-based, non-medication treatments. In this episode they discuss why women in midlife develop sleep issues, why women tend to have more sleep problems then men, how sleep changes across the ages, what women should do to improve their sleep, how to know if you actually have a sleep disorder, when to see a specialist and how sleep benefits exercise, beauty and healthy aging.

Book: The Women’s Guide to Overcoming Insomnia: Get a Good Night’s Sleep Without Relying on Medication


Instagram: @SleepDocShelby