Lifestyle

Social Mobility and The Years That Matter Most

The super wealthy Americans of the late 19th and early 20th century, Carnegie, Rockefeller and the like, all started out without much; but through grit, perseverance and lucky breaks, they...READ MORE

What to Wear

Does what we choose to wear matter? Are we judged on our appearance? Does it make sense to put form over function? And what’s with three-piece suits and uncomfortable shoes?...READ MORE

Change is a Destination, You’ll Need a Mode of Transportation

Grab your phone or computer and type in How to Change into Google and this is what you get: about 10,370,000,000 results (0.99 seconds) Ponder Cheryl Crow’s song, “A Change...READ MORE

Shedding the Shoulds

Meet your guide to living your best life possible, Regan Walsh. If you’ve been asking yourself, “Is this is all there is?” If you are living a life filled with...READ MORE

SAT Test Prep Expert Joe McGovern Lays It All on the Line

Ellie Newman interviews SAT and ACT test prep expert, Joe McGovern, in this episode of That Got Me Thinking, a thoughtful and thought-provoking podcast. Listen as the conversation turns to...READ MORE

How Do We Change?… In Relation to Others is the Answer

Lori Gottlieb knows what it’s like to sit with discomfort and pain, that of others and her own. She knows that our notion of the future can be just as...READ MORE

It’s Not You, It’s Your Schedule

Few of us realize just how much our diurnal patterns affect everything in our lives. But, luckily for us, Dr. Suhas does. Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar, is the author of The Hot...READ MORE

Death and Dying: An Exit Strategy for Managing Death

Dr. Samuel Harrington tells us, “In old age, Comfort Care is more important than prolonging life with excessive technology.” Not because we can’t prolong it, and not because it’s expensive,...READ MORE

Who Wants to Prevent Mass Extinction and Human Suffering?

Scott Freeman is a professor of biology at the University of Washington and the author of Saving Tarboo Creek: One Family’s Quest to Heal the Land. It’s the story of what they...READ MORE

How to Meet the Dalai Lama

In conventional terms, Shawn Vij was a huge success. He’d acquired all the sign posts of a wonderful life – higher education, stunning career, beautiful home, family and friends. His...READ MORE

A Harley, Mid-Life Crises, Oxytocin and the Fonz

Pablo Picasso said, “I am always doing that which I cannot do in order that I may learn how to do it.” And bestselling, author Bernadette Murphy took those words...READ MORE

A Little Light Hearted Happy Ever After Romance for Spring

Acclaimed author, Candis Terry gives us a glimpse into the world of the Romance Novel. What it’s like to write one and what it means to live in one. Terry...READ MORE

Juniper Books the Art of Storytelling Inside and Out

Thatcher Wine, the founder of Juniper books, custom collections, crafts custom book collections for purchase and creates and designs custom libraries for a variety of clients. Juniper books is a...READ MORE

Creating Good Prose and the Art of a Working Friendship

What makes a good story? And what elements must come together in perfect unison on the written page to make the eager reader sigh at the beauty of the passage?...READ MORE

Chris Baty Knows how to Gather a Crowd and how to Write a Novel in 30 Days

Chris Baty is the “accidental” founder of NaNoWriMo and the author of “No Plot? No Problem!: A Low Stress, High Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days” and...READ MORE

Bea Johnson on How to Live a Zero Waste LIfestyle

Bea Johnson explains what it takes to live a zero waste lifestyle with a family of four. Bea shares how they live, travel, shop and socialize while living a life committed...READ MORE

Making Whiskey at the High West Distillery

David Perkins moved to Park City, Utah in 2004 to pursue his passion to make whiskey. With a background as a biochemist in the biopharmaceutical industry, a love of bourbon...READ MORE

Brian Boitano Gets Cooking

Brian Boitano has a life long relationship with Sun Valley, Idaho. He’s been skating there since he was a kid, so it’s only fitting that he returns to his home...READ MORE