Adrienne likes balance, and her business is balance between animals and their human caregivers and balance within the animals themselves. She enjoys making the connections that result in better health and harmony. With stories of humor and intrigue, she shares practical techniques for our listeners. Her additional community contribution is with Sustainable Carmel, who's goal it is to educate, empower and inspire residents to be aware of natural resources and plan for a healthy community for years to come.
Adrienne's website: AHermanDogTherapist.com
Michael Calabrese of Salon Park Avenue, is not just a great hair stylist, (and that he is).
He is also a successful urban farmer! Living in Carmel Valley, much
like he grew up, growing food and living close to the land. Michael
tells stories about how old Monterey was, how life is for him working
less than 4 days per week, and living off the harvest that he grows in
his yard. He still makes time to travel. He has many friends and
relatives that share in his farming ventures and knows how to build
community around him. He shares some favorite recipes that will make
your mouth water.
Winter garden, chickens, bees, horses and don't forget canning! Listen in and see if you don't feel inspired to grow at home!
Salon Park Avenue, Monterey, California - for the best haircut ever!
Contributing author to "Contagious Optimism" David Martin is certainly an up-beat guy! He is also a CEO of INDX Strategies Wealth Management and also founder of Marin the Hiking Club. That is an indicator about David's balance, his passion keeps him vibrant in a life he dearly appreciates. His optimism permeates all aspects of life and he doesn't have his head in the sand. Engaging, introspective and just plain fun.
There are some issues that know no bounds. In the socioeconomic climate today, we see a familiar pattern around the globe. Today's show shares that more expanded perspective in a very diverse, creative and fun way!
- Elizabeth Bathora shares a perspective from Vedic Astrology on the government shutdown and more.
- Tim Minchin shares 9 life's lessons in a style all of his own.
- Four strangers encounter the scientific measurement of happiness.
Nancy Mellon is a psychotherapist, counselor and storyteller. Nancy explains how she uses and encourages in her clients, an openness to creative, healing storytelling and how it is used for health and healing. Offering real life experiences to illustrate. Warm, engaging, and educational.
Locally, a few people I encounter at the bookstore, always make me laugh. Frank De Luca, has a local psychotherapist practice. He also teaches at San Fransisco University, and teaches the Enneagram (a particular system of analysis to represent the spectrum of possible personality types). Well, when Frank pops by the store, Paul & I always find ourselves laughing. It's not the way he looks; he's a sharp dresser. He has a great sense of humor.
This interview took us through different aspect of Frank, his name-sake and back to his family roots; Italy. Sure to entertain, educate and perhaps warm your heart.
Joann Marie Donahoe is a local Vet who make house calls, shares about what "Animal Parenting" as she wrote the book on it! Much like human family dynamics, when pets ar part of the family they will adapt to the existing dynamics; and mirror what patterns we have put in place. Joann talks about experiences with extreme cases that very quickly turn around. Full of passion for our four-legged companions, Joann is candid, authentic and entertaining as well as informative.
Her website: www.animalparenting.com
My guest on Simple Life is an incredible visionary, author and world teacher. It's going to be a great show! Marc Gafni is a cutting edge spiritual teacher, author, television
personality, mediator, corporate consultant, iconoclast, and gentle
provocateur. He speaks about how to respond to outrageous pain. He shares small steps that anyone can take to make progress toward becoming "Your Unique Self, the radical path to personal enlightenment" (now available at Pilgrim's Way Books.