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I run up to the covered picnic area of the mountain where I usually hike the MINUTE Mark and I pull into our driveway ahead of the storm coming back from Ventura. I’m ready to give recording day 93 my best shot in the face of growing wind.
I record just ahead of a storm and in the spirit of new beginnings I let go of the weird idea I can control the past. Thank you to new supporters of the show with cups of coffee and Amazon. If you are in the USA, Canada or the UK, please support the show by doing your holiday shopping via the show’s Amazon links. Want a daily dose of bravery? Follow my dedicated bravery saying Twitter account, TheBraveryCoach. We celebrate Stéfanie from Quebec, Amy from WI and Dawny’s warm welcomes to our NEW Brave Companions from last show, Vena from Texas, Fernando from Brazil and Shell from Wales. Welcome to Cassie, our newest brave companion, who goes on the bravery report for posting her first public comment on one of my blog posts. There’s a brand new feature on Compulsive Overeating Diary, the blog and show inspired by Dawny’s very brave request. Even MORE touching and exciting bravery as Marquita overcomes her fear to tell us via Speakpipe her own experiences with legalizing trigger food. We feature a wonderful song called Brave and Free written and sung by our very own Brave Companion, Fionna Lane, who will also share in her own words, the brave steps she took in order to write it. We announce an upcoming song we are going to co-write and ask for your help.
This is where I actually recorded day 93.
Here’s a quick view of the little winery in Deukmejian Wilderness Park where I usually hike.
Tiger is disturbed by hearing the wind and pounding rain as we edit. This is what I escaped by minutes while recording.
The episode about current past lives
The Blog Post about ‘What do you really want?’
Blog post about Selfies, aging, and self-acceptance
My Bravery account on Twitter, TheBraveryCoach
Shell’s successful comment on day 92
Stéfanie’s welcome to new BCs on day 92
Amy from WI’s welcome to Shell
Dawny’s welcome to new BCs
Cassie’s first public post and our comment conversation on my Selfie blog post
The new feature called ‘Advice Wanted’
Dawny’s brave letter and request on Advice Wanted
If you need professional help, here is a link to the NEDA find treatment page
The episode about legalizing chips that inspired Marquita’s brave speakpipe segment
February Album Writing Month – Fionna’s Album
Fionna’s Blog, Fionna Sings
Alen Standish’s blog and show, Progress, Not Perfection
Brené Brown’s Featured Book on Amazon – please use the links below
Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead
Want to have Fun Being Foolish too?
Intuitive Eating Book on Amazon – please use the links below
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
Featured Song: The Brave and Free written and performed by Fionna Lane
Main Theme:I’m Letting Go by Josh Woodward from The Simple Life Part 1
Resource of the day
Episode 024 Lapses and Relapse.
on the podcast and blog, Let’s Reverse Obesity
by John Bukenas. I think this is a stellar example of 1. yes, men have this issue too, and 2. it’s never too late to be real and try again. Hooray for John! Please give a listen and see if John’s show will be of help to you and if so, give him a shout-out of support.