Healing Charlotte Podcast: India Soloman, The Bulb Mobile Market

Today’s conversation is with India Soloman, the Executive Director of The Bulb Mobile Market. It’s a non-profit mobile farmer’s market that provides and facilitates access to fresh local produce to food insecure neighbors. The Bulb is grant and donation based by receiving produce leftover from Farmer’s markets and Trader Joe’s. India calls them the “unsellablesContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: India Soloman, The Bulb Mobile Market”

Healing Charlotte Podcast: Tesia Love, Ayurveda Practitioner & Massage Therapist

We have the pleasure of meeting Tesia Love to today’s podcast. She is an Ayurvedic Practitioner and a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist who specializes in Ayurvedic body therapies. She describes Ayurveda as Indian traditional medicine that is a cousin to traditional Chinese medicine. The main principle of Ayurveda is living in harmony with nature;Continue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Tesia Love, Ayurveda Practitioner & Massage Therapist”

Healing Charlotte Podcast: Carrie Wren, Life Coach

On this episode with Carrie Wren, we learn about her passion for helping others as a Life Coach. She says that life coaching is better experienced than explained and can aid in creating deeper and better relationships, gaining clarity around purpose, determining what you want, and moving beyond the “inner mean girl” judgments. She divesContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Carrie Wren, Life Coach”

Katie’s Bookshelf: The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin’s “The Four Tendencies” divides people into categories based on how they are motivated. The Upholder is motivated both internally and externally, the Questioner is internally, the Obliger is externally, and the Rebel is neither. Her recommendation is to determine which category you fit into and work with yourself and not against. Of courseContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin”

Katie’s Bookshelf: Go Wild by Richard Manning and John Ratey

“Go Wild; Eat Fat, Run Free, Be Social, and Follow Evolution’s Other Rules for Total Health and Well-Being” by Manning and Ratey uses the premise of going back to our “wild” nature to achieve more overall health.  They explore running and exercise, nutrition, sleep, nature, the brain, and our tribe as all areas to returnContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: Go Wild by Richard Manning and John Ratey”