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Oh it was hot hiking! I love my cool, shady, next to top Zen place and my cool, delicious H2o
Celebrate our 40 week milestone! Stories, announcements, surprises, stats and other fun. Freaked out from current Robot Alien events, I delve into the reasons and decide to let go of indecision. Learning to trust myself to know my own best path and then to stay the course is key to both my comfort and my progress. Welcome to new brave companion, Kerry, and thanks to Cheryl and Dawny for commenting on my guest blog post on Dr. Nina’s blog, Make Peace with Food. I ponder communication and support with help from comments from Sue. Dawny calls the bravery hotline and puts herself deservedly on the bravery report for opening up and honestly seeking support from the BCs. Patt also steps up right away to support Dawny. I put myself into Foolish Fun mode by reading a short story I wrote in my writing group about an alien named Griffin who fell to Earth after disobeying his father. I hope other writers may follow suit. BC Rachel supports Amy from WI who called the bravery hotline on Day 65, and asks us all for our thoughts about procrastination. I reveal why I’m now following myself on twitter and why I love Instagram.
A cool lesson I learned on the hot trail yesterday. Sometimes it’s our turn to lead, sometimes to follow.
The Intuitive Eating Community website
One of my last two blog posts, Weighing My Life Without a Scale
The other of my last two blog posts, Trusting the Mirror, Photos or Your Heart?
The episode on Day 86 where I share my frustrating day that I talk about with Sue
Sue and my comment conversation on FB
Sue and my comment conversation on Day 86
The episode where I asked you to refrain from giving me unasked for food and exercise advice on Day 71
My guest blog post about giving up the scale on Dr. Nina’s blog, Make Peace with Food
Dr. Nina Savelle Rocklin’s blog, Make Peace with Food
Dr. Nina’s podcast and website, Win the Diet War
Alen’s show and blog, Progress, Not Perfection
My first interview with Alen on Progress, Not Perfection on episode 42
My second interview with Alen on Progress, Not Perfection on episode 49
Dawny’s Bravery Report page debut. Brava Dawny!
Patt’s supportive comment to Dawny
Find your OWN piece of bravery to post on our actual Bravery Report page.
Rachel’s supportive comment for Amy from WI and questions for us BCs about procrastination on Day 64
Episode on Day 65 where Amy from WI called the bravery hotline about the cookie incident
Want to have Fun Being Foolish too?
Intuitive Eating Book on Amazon – please use the links below
The Story Cubes we use at Writing Group – On Amazon
Rory’s Story Cube Complete Set – Original – Actions – Voyages
Rory’s Story Cubes is a pocket-sized creative story generator, providing hours of imaginative play for all ages. With Rory’s Story Cubes, anyone can become a great storyteller and there are no wrong answers. Simply roll the cubes and let the pictures spark your imagination!
Ways to support the show financially
Catch up with Laurie
My Spreaker page. Please follow me there if you are on Spreaker.
My Instagram page at LaurieDreamWeaver
FaceBook Page if you want to sign up for our email list by clicking Tiger the Cat’s Sign-up button
My Second Twitter Account JUST for bravery sayings @TheBraveryCoach
Laurie on Tumblr
My page with instructions for all of the ways (so far) that you can send audio and lend your voice to this podcast.
New free way to leave voicemail http://speakpipe.com/laurieweaver You can also click the blue button on this page that says ‘send a voice message.’
Leave your comments, questions, feelings and stories on Laurie’s podcast voicemail hotline – 206-350-6445.
Host: Laurie Weaver
Laurie’s Foolish Fun Intro Announcer: Mark Weaver
Foolish Fun Content: Me, Myself and I
Main Theme:I’m Letting Go by Josh Woodward from The Simple Life Part 1
Sounds used in Laurie’s Foolish Fun Intro
- Slide Whistle sounds
- Background Tune/Beat
- Girl’s Laughter
- Phone Ring
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