This podcast highlights the stories and struggles of entrepreneurs and busy people learning to live healthy under pressure.
- Eating Regular Meals
- Physical Activity
Amee Yost is proud to be a Nebraska native, born and raised in Omaha. She currently works as the founder of a soon-to-be-named coaching company that helps clients downsize and declutter. Amee blogs about simplicity, decluttering, and community development on Medium. Outside of…
Jill Moline started working in her parent’s grocery store in 1979. While following her husband, Brad’s career changes, she worked for the Lenexa, KS Chamber of Commerce, sold office supplies in Kansas City, and was a member of an artist cooperative…
Rosanne is an internationally recognized nutrition expert and author with a passion for facts. She helps consumers turn confusion into clarity, and mistrust into confidence. A researcher and writer at heart, Rosanne created her blog, Chew the Facts© , to…
Devon Seacrest started his first business at the ripe age of 13 which was focused on creating clothing for Beanie Babies in the 90’s. Today he is the co-founder and President of Scoutsheet, a software tool that uses relationship mapping…
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and Wednesday, October 10th is World Mental Health Day. This episode takes a look back at how some of our favorite guests stay healthy under pressure and what we’ve learned because of hosting…
Special thanks to the Calorie Control Council for sponsoring this episode. All opinions are my own.
Finals Week Under Pressure: During this episode, Ben and I speak about the increased demand for mental health services on college campuses. I also share my tips for how students can stay healthy under pressure during finals week which include getting:
This episode also features an interview with UNL Dietetic Intern and Graduate Student, Nicole Vencil. I spoke with Nicole about how she stays healthy under pressure as a grad student and future Registered Dietitian.
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