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Happy Living is proud to bring 2 distinctive podcasts, Blog Theatre™ and Something Significant. Blog Theatre™ is a mash-up of a blog post and one-man show performer and Blog Tester (Scott Barry). Scott takes a blog post for a “test-drive” bringing in his own insight and how he feels about the post in a unique and witty way. Something Significant is based on our blog series, where Mr. Happy Living (Matt Gersper) interviews ordinary people doing extraordinary work in the world.
Ever met a surfer three bachelor’s degrees in science, a PhD in Chemical Engineering who’s a registered Patent Agent, has worked for IBM, and is a professor at Duke University?
Get on a roll with The Flavor Chef, Lance Roll—and learn of his 30-year, School of Hard Knocks climb into the elite echelon of all things culinary.
In episode 23 Learn how your gut affects anxiety levels. How different foods can clear your skin, even heal joint pain and cure migraines. Hope you enjoy our interview with the Tiny Fit Diva.
Listen to our talk with Feng Shui guru Amanda Gates and learn about the Equation of Life, about healing through space, about what the heck the “Red Envelope” is.
Ever had a 68-year-old oddball-renegade who dwells within the Functional Medicine Ecosystem teach you about finding your true zest?
Want some bubble-laughing-woman-wisdom? Listen to our podcast with Dr. Meg Haworth, a gal who overcame serious childhood illness to become a renowned figure in the world of alternative medicine.
What happens when a professional camel herder joins forces with a former Navy Seal?
Paleo Treats. . . delicious gluten, grain and dairy-free desserts. That’s what.
In this episode of Something Significant you are going to meet Logan Stout. This guy has some serious grit and mojo.
Talaya encourages us to “look at every trial in our life to see how we can make it a stepping stone for others.” Wow, I love that! And I know you’re going to LOVE her.