Diving into previous episodes and some of the limiting beliefs best left behind as we move into a new year.(more…)
Happy New Year! Let’s resolve to change the mindset around weight centered resolutions. Dr. Jennifer Salib-Huber returns to explain why restrictive resolutions and diets not only don’t work but can be harmful, and why ADDING a fun activity or joyful movement – without weight loss specific outcomes – to your life may be the mindset change you’ve been looking for to set you up for success.(more…)
In New Brunswick, 20% of families experience food insecurity. Breakfast Clubs of Canada provides funding to schools to run school food programs. When schools closed in March 2020, an incredible pivot by and for our local community provided access to food in a safe, trauma informed way. Salem Elementary School Breakfast Club Program Coordinator Lindsay Cary shares the story of the impact school food had on families at the height of lockdowns and volunteers came together to ensure kids didn’t go hungry.(more…)
In the early months of the pandemic, Sarah Evans and Alan Barbour closed their popular and successful cafe, the Black Duck. In the weeks and months that followed, Sarah realized that only by stepping back and out of the business completely and laying every option on the table would she be able to find the path forward.
Host April MacKinnon shares her difficulty in understanding “joy” as a concept and how she found it in the most unlikely way.
Jennifer Myers Chua is the host of the Cost of Goods Sold podcast, where she explores the environmental and social costs of the things we buy and the stories behind businesses built to create impact.
Jennifer reveals the personal experience that prompted the idea to begin a podcast and how the final product is vastly different than she originally planned.
We dig into the highlights of some of her episodes, and the common threads emerging from the founder stories she shares.(more…)