A Podcast to inspire and motivate women in midlife! Let's Calm the Chaos in our lives so we can go after our purpose and passion!

The Calm the Chaos Podcast is a weekly podcast featuring guests who help to inspire and motivate women in midlife towards their goals and dreams! They share their messages and provide the listener with resources and content to take that next step. 
 

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It was a total pleasure to speak with Deborah. She’s a wonderful and well-informed interviewer who drew out the ideas from my book through her insightful questions that would most help women in mid-life. The resulting interview was informative and fun.

Jennifer Louden

About:

Shannon Douglas is the creator of Honest Magazine, a quarterly publication exploring our food and its roots. With a unique perspective, her magazine takes a slow-paced, intentional look at our food and the ways it comes to us

Note from Deborah! This is independently published by Shannon and advertising-free

Explore a current issue here!

What You’ll Learn:

  • How Shannon went from Photographer to magazine publisher! 
  • What is Honest Magazine?
  • How did Shannon work thru her self-doubt in putting herself and her magazine out for people to enjoy
  • What is the hardest part of photographing, writing and editing the magazine on your own?
  • What inspires Shannon in her work
  • How you can find Honest Quarterly! 
  • Win your free copy of the recent issue of Honest Quarterly! 

Resources:

  • Honest Quarterly here

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About:

Denise is a licensed acupuncturist and east Asian medicine practitioner. She graduated from the Northwest Institute of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in 2001 and  has been in private practice for nineteen years. She is a co-founder of Burien family Acupuncture in Burien Washington and cofounder of  the community acupuncture Project in  Issaquah, Washington . She is certified in cranial sacral therapy, sound therapy, and is a certified yoga instructor.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What is acupuncture and it’s benefits
  • General misconceptions of acupuncture
  • Stories about some of her patients that have benefited from acupuncture treatments
  • What makes Burien Family Acupuncture unique in their community
  • What’s next on the horizon for Denise!

Resources:

  • Burien Family Acupuncture Website  here 
  • Phone number for Burien Family Acupuncture  206-244-2471

 

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About:

Carla Heins is a multifaceted energetic practitioner of many modalities.  Having walked through the greatest grief she had ever experienced through the loss of her soul Dog Takota, she founded Sacred Waves Vibrational Healing where she empowers people to have the courage to integrate their own grief and loss while being fully supported, heard and validated.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What is Sound Bathing
  • How did Carla discover this modality for herself?
  • What type of benefits as she seen not only in herself but her clients
  • Discovering different types of sound bathing. 
  • How Carla calms the chaos in her life
  • What’s next on the horizon for Sacred Waves Vibrational Healing

Resources:

  • Find Carla here on her Facebook page

  • Carla’s contact phone number: (425) 877-9140

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About:

Beth Howard quit her lucrative web producing job to bake pies at a gourmet deli in Malibu California.  On her journey she began blogging about how pie can make the world a better place which led to writing books about it. Her first book.  Making Piece: A memoir of Love, Loss and Pie is the story of how pie helped her heal from the death of her 43- year-old husband. 

What You’ll Learn:

  • What led Beth to walk in one day and quit her job at a dot com company and move to Southern California
  • What did she learn about herself handing out pie to stranger on the beach in Venice CA
  • How did touring the country and sharing her story help Beth process her grief after the death of her husband.
  • Beth discusses trusting her intuition and “track record”.  
  • Why did she decide to write the book  Making Piece
  • What’s next on the horizon for Beth 

Resources:

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About:

Jen’s down-to-earth approach to Feng Shui makes the ancient study easy and understandable for today’s lifestyle. Jen also brings attention to the importance of self-care and how to honor your personal Ch’i.

Since 2003, Jen has worked with hundreds of clients all over the world to provide solutions for reinforcing life and business goals and improving situations, such as: financial, interpersonal relationships, health, career, and more.

Jen is a certified Feng Shui practitioner from the Western School of Feng Shui in Solana Beach, CA and has taken advanced training on the Five Elements, and studied with Alex Stark.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What is Feng Shui
  • How Jen started her journey and ultimately became a Feng Shui practitioner
  • What is your personal Ch’i?
  • Sharing how Feng Shui has impacted others to improve their overall energy and experiences.
  • How to connect virtually for a session with Jen

Resources:

  • Connect with Jen here to learn more about Elements of Harmony!

 

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About:

Amy Paine is a Seattle portrait photographer and enjoys encouraging women to see how truly beautiful they are in their own skin with or without makeup. Amy helps people to challenge their feelings of “not enough” and grow in their confidence in every season of life.  She is the creator of the book Just Me.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What lead Amy to begin her journey as a portrait photographer
  • Her inspiration behind the book Just Me
  • How did her clients respond to their photo sessions not wearing any make up in front of the camera
  • What Amy learned about herself thru the process of creating the book
  • How Amy calms the chaos in her own life

Resources:

  • Amy Paine Photography website

  • To order the book Just Me click here

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