Alisha and Colleen have a chat with Amy Keller Laird. She is the Editor In Chief of Women's Health Magazine. The ladies talk about how Women's Health Magazine, and Amy herself have sought to bust the mental health stigma.
Author Lee Wolfe Blum joins Alisha and Colleen for a brave conversation about confidence, being a woman, and building each other up. And this is where you hear what happened the night that Dax Shepard responded to Alisha's tweet.
Have you ever wondered what the perfect gift would be for someone who is going through a tough time? Something that says, "I've got your back, I'm in your corner." Dawn Reding took that question, and figured out the perfect thing. Alisha and Colleen talk to Dawn Reding of Gloves Up.
When Allison Offerman lost her own father to suicide, part of her healing included working a crisis hotline. That is where she learned that people in crisis are facing barriers to good health. After identifying those barriers, she found a positive way to meet the needs. Oh, AND she's an amazing running coach. Alisha and Colleen cook up a great idea with her!
Alisha and Colleen talk with Amy Tatnell. An amazing woman with a unique life that has forced her to figure out how to put herself first so she can be there for others. This vibrant conversation will appeal to women and moms who find themselves forgetting to take care of their very own needs while they are so busy with the needs of others.
Alisha and Colleen talk to an amazing woman who chronicles her journey to fitness on her blog, Getting Fit to Find Myself. Hear Missy Boeser talk about her amazing journey to running and weight loss, her hurdle after a TBI, and back to running in this dynamic conversation. Also, Ty Pennington. Lots of talk about perky Ty Pennington.
Alisha and Colleen check in with former KARE11 anchor Roxanne Battle. Minnesotans will remember her from her days in TV news, but what she wasn't sharing at the time was the struggles she was experiencing in her personal life. She talks to Alisha and Colleen about how through those struggles, she found pockets of joy, and how that experience brought her to the book she authored, Pockets of Joy.