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On Pause to Go, Bree Luck walks you through life’s sticky spots — from Middle school through Menopause -- so that you can turn life’s Transitions into brilliant Transformations! You can expect weekly interviews with experts, real talk with amazing humans, and conversations about making the most of every phase of life. Topics include Health, Wealth, Hormones, Family, Romantic Relationships, Career Changes, Sexuality, and more!
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Discover the surprising connection between menopause and brain health as we unpack the mysteries of estrogen's role in protecting against dementia. Bree Luck shares the latest insights, including those from Dr. Lisa Mosconi's revelatory work, alongside personal anecdotes and lifestyle tips for cognitive well-being. We're also delighted to welcome a…
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with special guest, Ann Douglas In this episode we delve deep into the heart of midlife with insights, stories, and a healthy dose of reality. We're joined by Ann Douglas, a renowned author and speaker, who shares her journey from being Canada’s go-to parenting advice author to exploring the nuanced and vibrant terrain of midlife. Listen in as we d…
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This week, we sit down with the vibrant Sonia Hunt, author of the book “Nut Job: How I Crushed my Food Allergies to Thrive”. Sonia shares her personal journey from diagnosis to empowerment, offering invaluable insights and tips for anyone looking to navigate the often daunting landscape of food sensitivities. Whether you're a seasoned food allergy …
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In this heartening episode of the Pause to Go podcast, host Bree Luck invites listeners on a journey of resilience and self-discovery during midlife. Multiple guests - Susan, Matthew, Anna, James, Betsy and more - share their engrossing personal journeys spanning careers, health battles, and deepening self-awareness. From embracing our shadow selve…
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In this episode, we delve into topics revolving around midlife transitions, self-discovery, sensuality, and sexuality. Bree Luck speaks with expert guest Chloe DeSousa, a sex, intimacy, and relationship coach with a focus on somatic approaches to engaging with oneself and others. Together, they navigate interesting aspects of body image, aging, tra…
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In this episode of Pause to Go, host Bree Luck engages in a heartfelt conversation with Dr. Cathy Ames Turner, a pastor, coach, scholar, and mother who achieved her doctorate in her sixties. Reflecting on her transformative journey from middle school to menopause, she speaks about her self-discovery, the evolution of her relationships, and her stri…
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Welcome to this fourth episode in a series on Menopausal Hormone Therapy. Today, we're getting into the nitty-gritty of selecting the right healthcare provider for your menopause journey, recognizing the warning signs when it's time to reconsider your current provider, and exploring effective non-hormonal treatment options. Join me as we discuss ho…
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In this heartfelt episode of 'Pause to Go', host Bree Luck diverges from her planned discussion on menopausal hormone therapy to commemorate an episode released a year ago featuring her grandmother, Anne Hodnett, whom Bree recalls as a significant role model. They discuss poignant experiences such as dealing with the loss of loved ones and survivin…
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In the third episode of this series on MHT, We discuss the critical topic of the history of women and people with uteruses and ovaries in clinical research. The episode dives into how these groups were only regularly included in clinical studies from the 1990s and discusses the consequences of this. Bree Luck unpacks the effects of this shift on me…
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In this solo episode, we dive into the topic of hormones and hormone therapy. Join Bree Luck as she explores the effects of hormones and discusses the various ways menopausal hormone therapy can alleviate side effects of perimenopause. 00:02 Welcome to Pause to Go 00:44 Hormones and Stress during the Holiday Season 01:46 Understanding Hormone Fluct…
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In this episode, Bree discusses the hormonal changes during perimenopause and menopause, including key hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone, among others. The conversation also includes how these changes cause various symptoms, why these are natural transformations and not a disease, and when it's advisable to consult a doctor.…
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In this episode, Bree sits down with career coach Julie Artis to discuss the nuances and strategies for women navigating midlife career changes. Julie brings neuroscience into the mix, providing actionable tools for managing stress and reprogramming limiting beliefs. From overcoming the 'good girl' mentality to hands-on exercises for calming nerves…
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Have you ever wondered about the connection between your ever-evolving roles in life and your identity? Our latest episode of 'Pause to Go Podcast' delves into this important topic. Join Bree Luck on a journey exploring 'The Shifting Identity in Perimenopause'. Explore your Inner Role System with Bree https://calendly.com/awkwardsage/90-minute-sess…
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Lisa Manyon, the bestselling author of "Spiritual Sugar: The Divine Ingredients to Heal Yourself With Love" shares her midlife health journey and her unique perspective on "Healing with Love." Lisa not only shares her own account, which involved dealing with fibroids and cancer, but she also provides a roadmap for integrating love and spirituality …
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Join me on the Pause To Go podcast as I celebrate 50 years by delving into the beautiful complexities of midlife and menopause. Discover 50 valuable insights and lessons (one for each year of my life) for embracing change, finding joy in small moments, and prioritizing self-care. Midlife is not a crisis, it's an opportunity. Embrace new beginnings …
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Unleashing Your Authentic Self: Navigating Perimenopause with Compassion - Jamie Virostko In a world of hormonal peaks and valleys, Jamie Virostko shares her intimate journey through perimenopause, exposing the emotional rollercoaster of grief, sensuality, and self-discovery. But just when she thought she had found her footing, a series of life eve…
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In this solo episode, we explore the concept of mindset during perimenopause and menopause. Our mindset significantly influences how we perceive ourselves and navigate life's changes. We'll discuss psychological studies supporting the impact of language and self-talk on personal outcomes. The goal is to cultivate a growth-oriented and positive mind…
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If you're feeling a deep sense of frustration and sadness because your attempts to connect with your adult child are met with resistance or distance, then you are not alone! Join our guest, Carol Mishkin, as she shares her strategies for improving communication and fostering healthier relationships with adult children. In this episode, you will be …
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Liberating Choices: Exploring the Power of Letting Your Hair Go Gray. "Dear Bree, Should I let my hair go gray? I'm a 45 year old woman, and I've been dyeing my hair since I was 17. Frankly, I'm sick of it. It's expensive and takes up so much time. On the other hand, I'm afraid that I'll look old if I go natural. Why am I afraid of looking old? Wha…
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In the depths of despair, Cora Schenberg had just about given up , and was resolved to live a life of inexplicable pain. But after attending a workshop led by James Yates , she found strength to embark on a relentless pursuit for answers, refusing to accept the dismissals and vague explanations she had endured for far too long. Little did she know,…
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Does this sound familiar? Are you experiencing frequent migraines that are disrupting your daily life? Have you been told to simply power through the pain, only to find that it doesn't provide the relief you desperately need? We understand the frustration and agony you're going through. It's time to break free from ineffective actions and find real…
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This week's interview is with Wendy Leigh, an insightful educator and intimacy coach who has made it her mission to help individuals claim ownership of their desires and strengthen their self-awareness. With a previous career in nonprofit leadership development and a personal journey of redefining her own sexuality, Wendy is uniquely positioned to …
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On this episode of Pause to Go, host Bree Luck introduces the fourth season of the podcast, which will focus on midlife concerns and adventures, particularly perimenopause and menopause. Bree explains that she started the podcast to better understand what was happening in her own body and brain, and to explore the societal aspects of being a woman …
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Dancer/Artist/Activist/Educator/Instigator Zap McConnell and I talk about why there's always a time to dance -- and discuss everything from finding a sense of time through movement to using dance as a form of activism. You can find Zap and support her phenomenal work through the following links: zap:::mcconnell​ zapmcconnell.com -MFA graduate in Da…
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Meet Christina Ball, Ph. D. a once shy child who blossomed into a passionate linguist, actor, and small business owner (Speak!) in her mid-30s. Now, she invites others to join her in discovering the power of learning a new language through playful mistakes and by embracing the whole journey. "Learn two languages, live two lives - I love how speakin…
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Bree explains the six steps to cultivating Grit that Angela Duckworth Outlined in her book, Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance. (part of the Rehearsal Room Lesson Series) You will learn: 1. Discover how Angela Duckworth's book "Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance" can help you build grit and perseverance. 2. Learn Warren Buffett's …
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Clockmaker, watchmaker, and horological expert Jim Flood races the clock to explain the history of timekeeping. ABOUT JIM FLOOD: Jim first learned clock repair as a young man in the 1970s at the St. Paul Minnesota Vocational school, igniting a lifelong passion for horology. After graduating from Minnesota State University with a degree in business …
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Intuitive Coach, Wendy Vigdor-Hess discusses the Akashic Records, her journey towards embracing her sensitive soul, and her top techniques for tapping into your most present and grounded state. Our conversation includes: What are the Akashic Records? Reflection on an actual reading Akashic Records as a consciousness-raising tool Akashic Records com…
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Executive Function Coach and Learning Specialist, Annika Ahlström, shares strategies for families to increase the quality of their relationship to time (and each other!) We discuss: What are the challenges for families with ADHD? What is Executive functioning and why is it important? 6 Time Management Tips for Families How can people work with Anni…
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A conversations about past life regressions, the holographic universe, how to avoid cultish organizations, and the relationship between timelessness and love. Links: “Seattle” by the Jeffrey Lewis Band (https://youtu.be/XvelHkfq6rY) Edgar Cayce of the A.R.E. (https://www.edgarcayce.org/) Division of Perceptual Studies (DOPS) (https://med.virginia.e…
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Bree talks about her childhood experiences at Tweetsie Railroad and the science of why time flies when you're driving a train.... She talks about: * The History of Tweetsie Railroad * The Rehearsal Room (Apply now!) * The science of Why Time Flies When you're having fun * The benefits of volunteering Share your favorite volunteer experiences on Spe…
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Anne Hodnett, AKA "Mimi", shares her perspective on time as she reflects on the relationships, hardships, and power moves that she has experienced over the last 98 years. **Content Warning: In this episode, we discuss losing a child, our experiences of 9/11, and the impact of economic hardship and poverty. In this episode, we also discuss: * Bree's…
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Bree figures out why she's been late more often since she started this series on Time -- and outlines 5 strategies for tackling tardiness! In this episode, I discuss: * The Rehearsal Room -- starting in January, but sign up now for an early bird rate. * Why am I always late, of late? * Personality Types and punctuality * Five strategies for getting…
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Photographer and mentor Bianca Morra discusses the potential for using photography to connect more deeply in a moment, allowing us to embrace our Nostalgia Now. In the episode we discuss: * Bree's insomnia and late-night obsession with RummiKub * How Bianca's teenage existential crisis guided her to a career in photography * The power of nothingnes…
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Bree takes us through her strategies to make the most of our time and energy. Topics include: Bree is giving away five free sessions in December. Why so many people are struggling to focus these days Strategies for minimizing distractions and maximizing your energy Support the show **** ONE MORE THING! Did you love this episode? Leave us a review o…
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Cycle Syncing Coach Briana Villegas shares useful strategies for using the menstrual cycle to maximize our moments all month long! In this conversation we discuss: The stages of the menstrual cycle and how we can make the most of each phase at work and home! The connection between the phases of the moon and the menstrual cycle The stigma around PMS…
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In this episode, Bree talks about why we can't own time and shares information about two upcoming workshops. One is a Podcasting from Scratch at Codebase Coworking and the other is the The Life Mapping Challenge: 5 Days to Jumpstart a Fabulous Career starting November 10. Also in this episode we discuss: * The luxury and agony of 2 "found" hours * …
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In this episode, I talk about how to make a key lime pie, why we have 24 hours in a day, and when time matters. Specifically, we examine the questions: * Why is time measured by a duodecimal system of 12? * Why are there 24 hours in a day? * Why were ancient Egyptians better at counting on their fingers than we are? * How did we come up with hours …
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Bree brings in the expert on making complex ideas accessible and invites her daughter's former 6th-grade science teacher, Dr. Lauren Cabrera, on the show to hold her hand and make sure that Bree's not totally butchering the laws of physics as she unpacks the Arrow Of Time. Special thanks to Dr. Lauren Cabrera for joining me on the podcast, and for …
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In which Bree explains her obsession with time, talks about the class she (kind of) failed at MIT, and begins to explore Time through the lens of physics. Why Time? The Challenge of understanding Time What the heck is Quantum Physics How Dolly Parton inspires me to do math (sort of) References: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr Sean Carr…
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It's about time This is a mini-episode, Um, actually like a micro episode just to introduce the new season of Pause to Go. We've been through two seasons and now we are actually starting season three. I can't even believe it. Time flies. And actually, that is the subject of this new season of Pause to Go. Time. There are studies that show that more…
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Matthew Reynolds discusses learning from the past, cultivating unconditional belonging in (and beyond) our classrooms, crafting our equity lens, and the nerve-wracking excitement of publishing his new book, "BIGGEST, FULLEST, BRIGHTEST: Shifting the Consciousness of Humanity". We explore: Why the past is our education, and how we can learn from our…
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Gina Ostarly (This is 50) is a long time fitness trainer, writer, model, health coach, mother of three, and now, in a major turn of events, she's started a new career as an insurance agent. In this interview, Gina discusses: How getting laid off from her previous position led to her new career path Why Faith has played such an important role for Gi…
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Neuroscientist Barbara Lipska shares her powerful story of learning about schizophrenia, the very condition she studied, not only from a scientific perspective, but from her first hand experience with the disease. Lipska was diagnosed early in 2015 with metastatic melanoma in her brain's frontal lobe. As the cancer progressed and throughout treatme…
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Dr. Orlena Kerek shares how a move to Spain and a wee identity crisis paved the way for a new career, explains her four pillars of health, and offers useful steps for cultivating a healthier life on your own terms. Dr. Orlena is a health coach who helps ambitious mums have bucket loads of energy and overcome the frustration of not losing weight by …
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How can we use our astrological charts to engage in social justice? What does the second half of 2022 look like for Politics? Climate? Covid? And how do we find the courage to keep moving forward when the outlook is grim? Astrologer, psychic medium, and animal communicator Jessica Lanyadoo shares astrological things with Bree. Topics include: Why P…
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In this conversation with Nancy McCarthy, co-owner of Dr. Ho's restaurant in North Garden, Virginia, we talk about creating a loving and respectful culture in and beyond the workplace and look at the seven paths to cultivating change through Nancy's eyes. In this conversation we talk about: * Creating a business by accident * Cultivating community …
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In part 2 of this conversation with Erica Arvold (casting director, director, producer, educator, and CEO of Arvold. Productions), we talked about cultivating a creative entrepreneur career. Also, we have a rapid-fire exploration of the seven paths to manifesting change in our lives. Erica offers her insights about how we can use the Emotional, Ana…
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What does it take to build a creative company from the ground up? Erica Arvold shares her experiences of building Arvold. (Production, Casting, and Education) -- From Harnessing The Power of No to Sharing your Voice Authentically. In our chat, we discuss: What the heck is Work/life balance? Preventing Burnout The Power of No and the Power of Yes Th…
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Human Design doesn't have to be complicated - and Human Design Chart Alchemist & writer Jaclyn Michelle (Interiorcreature.com) demystifies the basics and shares her thoughts on the seven ways to manifest change. Bree talked about creating her Book of Woo, including Astrology, Human Design, Enneagram, Sparketype, and Myers-Briggs Personality Assessm…
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