In this episode of Don't Sweat The Small Stuff Live the Big Stuff, Kris expands on the idea of Soulful Living by giving you supportive life practices that help you live a soulful inspired life.
I recently joined a club in San Francisco called The Battery. One evening, the new General Manager, Megan, hopped up to give a short speech.
The best moment in her meet-and-greet intro was when she said, “I’m not eye candy; I’m soul food.”
In this episode, Kris answers a question that came in from Dan on her Facebook post: "How can we wake our soul and increase our personal vibration?" This podcast will wake you up to what your soul is calling to you!
In this episode Kris shares Deepak Chopra's secret to thriving with a busy schedule and her own remedy for anxiety.
In this episode, Kris answers a question that came in on her Facebook page from Katy: "How do I learn to love my life as it is?" Listen in to Kris as she teaches you how to deeply engage and re-engage in the life that you have.
In this episode, Kristine answers a question from James that came in from her Facebook post: "How do I learn to make peace with being alone?" Listen in to Kris's lovely response to the notion of being alone--you'll come to the conclusion that you are never alone because we are "all one."
Listen into how you can make small changes to yield big results in hitting the ignition switch from "Off" to passionately "On!"
Several years ago a friend asked me to meet with a young woman who had just lost her husband. So I dined with Chelsea Dinsmore at a local restaurant one day as she recounted the tragic story of sherpas carrying her young husband’s body off Mount Kilimanjaro.
In this episode, Kris dives into a warm and candid interview with, Annie Grace, the author of Naked Mind: Control Alcohol. These two women have a rich conversation about the health hazards and emotional fall out of drinking several glasses of wine a night and how knowlege is power in overcoming addictive behavior.
Life itself is an epic journey. If you are in your thirties, forties, or even beyond, I know you’ll agree that in looking back, you can clearly mark the dots where certain events changed life dramatically and altered your path. I have certainly had my moments where I had to stand at the fork and choose.