Episodes

  • no. 14 - The Shortcut {Holiday} Cooking Episode

    · 00:26:35 · This Unmillennial Life

    There are no shortages of food blogs and magazine covers promising spectacular menus and dishes for your Thanksgiving meal, but what if staying in the kitchen all day is the last thing you want to do? Kids want your attention, parents and relatives complain of never seeing you and all you want is a break from all the frenzy. If this sounds all too familiar, today's episode is the holiday helper you never knew you needed. On today's episode of This Unmillennial Life, I'm chatting with Kathleen Phillips, author of Magic Cakes (

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  • no. 13 - The Caregiver Episode

    · 00:33:38 · This Unmillennial Life

    If you have days where you're not sure who needs your help more -- your kids or your parents, you know you're an unmillennial. Today's episode of This Unmillennial Life scratches the surface on a topic that runs deep with both emotional responses and tactical requirements, the role of becoming caregiver to aging parents. For many unmillennials, but now is the time to begin the conversations around what our parents have planned (or not planned for) as they age and need additional help. In the show I interview Elizabeth Ward, MS, RD as she shares a personal account of what it was like to transition to becoming the caregiver for her mother prior to her death. In the episode, Liz shares:  The events that led to her mom needing full-time care How she found services to support her mom's desire to stay at home The financial impact of in-home care The need to discuss wishes ahead of time Why people should get comfortable having the uncomfortable conversations How email and texts can take away some of the barriers to discussing these topics Resources she found helpful, including (affiliate link->) A Bittersweet Season and MindingOurElders.com. The importance of taking care of the caregiver I wrap up this portion of the show by providing some additional resources I found online related to caring for an aging, and specifically note the valuable links available via the Caregiver Action Network. To end the show, I discuss whether or not my distaste for mail and lack of commitment to sending cards is an unmillennial trait, a more-millennial phenomenon OR simply my own personal quirk. You be the judge and let me know what you think! As always, thank you for listening, subscribing and sharing with a friend! Listeners tell me it's the kind of podcast you want to tell your girlfriends about. So if you haven't done that, please share! Or provide me feedback by leaving me a voicemail OR joining the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan Never miss another episode! This Unmillennial Life is available each week via iTunes, NPROne and Libsyn. This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web’s first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.

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  • no. 12 - The Protein {Bar} Episode

    · 00:33:24 · This Unmillennial Life

    Magazine covers may tout the importance of protein for weight loss, but what if the benefits go far beyond that? Today's episode of This Unmillennial Life uncovers why protein as we age (starting as early as our 30s!) is so important to maintain lifelong health and independence, plus covers one of the more common quick-to-grab protein options -- protein bars -- and identifies the best choices. In the show I interview Chris Mohr, RD, PhD (Don't miss the interview I did with Chris in The CrossFit Episode) and Jessica Crandall, RD, CDE, AFAA. We discuss:  The importance of eating protein throughout the day How much protein to aim for at each meal What an adequate serving size of protein looks like Why some protein bars may be glorified candy bars What you should look for on the label when choosing a protein bar What ratio of protein to calories makes up a good protein bar choice How choosing low-calorie foods (like low-calorie nut milks) may seem like a good idea but is actually hindering your ability to get enough protein What ingredients to look for on the labels of protein bars that make them a good or not-so-good choice Whether or not protein bars are safe choices for kids I close out this week's show with my personal recommendations for 4 protein bars I like and recommend (which include ALDI Elevation Mint Chocolate bars, Think Thin Brownie Crunch, Pure Protein Salted Caramel and Rx Bars). I also discuss my thoughts on Quest protein bars. (Spoiler: I'm not a fan of Quest personally for taste and digestibility, but know many people love it so I recommend it as one you may want to try.) As always, thank you for listening, subscribing and sharing with a friend! Listeners tell me it's the kind of podcast you want to tell your girlfriends about. So if you haven't done that, please share! Or provide me feedback by leaving me a voicemail OR joining the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan Never miss another episode! This Unmillennial Life is available each week via iTunes, NPROne and Libsyn. This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web’s first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.

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  • no. 11 - The ALDI Episode

    · 00:31:03 · This Unmillennial Life

    If there's one shopping habit that seems to separate millennials from other generations, it's the amount of money spent on groceries. In fact, some estimates put the number that millennials spend on groceries beyond their older counterparts at nearly $2500 more per year. While unmillennials are apparently already doing a pretty good job of cutting grocery bills in comparison, is there room for more savings? If you've ever shopped at an ALDI grocery store, you know the answer is yes! In today's episode, we're discussing all things ALDI and taking a look at what makes this low-cost leader a nationwide grocery store success.  In the show I interview self-proclaimed "ALDI super fan" Sally of Real Mom Nutrition. (Note: While Sally is on the advisory board for ALDI, she was not compensated for this interview.) We discuss: How Sally got hooked on ALDI How ALDI gives shoppers a chance to buy high-end items at low-cost prices What type of quality shoppers can expect from ALDI products Sally's favorite healthy products to purchase there (Here's the link to download Sally's ALDI Shopping List.) The subtle differences shoppers need to know before they go I close out this week's show with a preview of an upcoming podcast I'll be doing on "athleisure" clothing and specifically sharing feedback I received via Facebook on the uber popular, millennial-targeted brand, lululemon.  As always, thank you for listening, subscribing and sharing with a friend! Listeners tell me it's the kind of podcast you want to tell your girlfriends about. So if you haven't done that, please share! Or provide me feedback by leaving me a voicemail OR joining the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan Never miss another episode! This Unmillennial Life is available each week via iTunes, NPROne and Libsyn. This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web’s first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.

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  • no 10 - The Chiropractor Episode

    · 00:28:05 · This Unmillennial Life

    The older we get the more the quiet aches and pains we used to ignore seem to get a little louder in their plea to be treated. When that twinge of back pain that used to pop-up after a long day becomes the first thing you notice when your feet hit the floor, it may be time to seek out a doctor’s care. But who do you turn to? Chiropractic care represents a large portion of the healthcare sector even though it's a discipline that is largely misunderstood in many circles. By request from a listener of the show, today’s episode is dedicated to the discussion of chiropractic care and where it should fit into your overall healthcare plan. In today's episode, I interview Dr. Brad Adams, a board certified, chiropractic physician. In the interview, we address: What all chiropractor care encompasses The various procedures chiropractors perform What type of education do chiropractors receive The various specialities of chiropractic care, including defining the term “Diplomate” How spinal manipulation relates to internal medicine Tips for finding a reputable provider Reasons some people are reluctant to pursue chiropractic care I close out this week's show with an expanded discussion of a conversation taking place on the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group related to dirty hotel rooms. As follow up to the Airbnb episode, listeners have posted various warnings of the risks of germ-filled hotel rooms. The info shared is more than a little shocking, but definitely worth a conversation. (And if you are easily grossed out, this may not be the segment for you!) As always, thank you for listening, subscribing and sharing with a friend! Listeners tell me it's the kind of podcast you want to tell your girlfriends about. So if you haven't done that, please share! Or provide me feedback by leaving me a voicemail OR joining the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan Never miss another episode! This Unmillennial Life is available each week via iTunes, NPROne and Libsyn. This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web’s first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.

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  • no. 9 - The Fitness on the Road Episode

    · 00:35:22 · This Unmillennial Life

    A skimpy selection of weights, a broken treadmill and a crowded room of conference goers -- hotel gyms often lack the allure of your regular routine and can make you want to hit snooze instead of lacing up your sneakers. But don't let a bad hotel gym sideline your good intentions. With a few smart tips you can make the most of in-room options and be prepared to keep up your workouts on the go. In today's episode, I interview Amie Hoff, inventor of the FitKit and uncover new ideas for keeping up your workouts while traveling. You'll hear: Tips for in-room fitness options -- no equipment required. Tips for "other" places within the hotel to get in a workout, including how to make the most of your hotel hallway and stairwells. Why you only need 15 minutes to get in a good workout. How getting up and getting in a quick workout may actually make you more productive on the road. What's in a FitKit and how these few simple, light pieces of packable equipment can open up hundreds of new exercises you can do in your room. (To purchase your own FitKit using the discount Amie offered listeners in the show, use the code "UNMILLENNIALLIFE.") I close out this week's show first with a promise to post some of hotel workouts I do when I stay in a hotel that has a decent selection of weights. (Images posted below). And lastly, I share listener submitted answers to the question "What Makes You So Unmillennial?" I also share a personal invite for listeners to join the This Unmillennial Life Group on Facebook to help group-think a list of "If I had a VCR I'd tape this recommendations" for binge-worthy TV.  As always, thank you for listening, subscribing and sharing with a friend! Listeners tell me it's the kind of podcast you want to tell your girlfriends about. So if you haven't done that, please share! Or provide me feedback by leaving me a voicemail OR joining the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan Never miss another episode! This Unmillennial Life is available each week via iTunes, NPROne and Libsyn. This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web’s first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com. *** Disclaimer: I am not a personal trainer. If you're new to working out, please consult your physician first. These workouts were compiled from various workouts I read about online. I've found them to be doable in most any hotel gym with just a little bit of room and a few weights. The last of these workouts is a BodyPump inspired set of reps geared toward high-rep, slightly lighter weight. The 1 x 1 and 2 x 2 refer to the timing of the move (so 1 x 1 being a faster 1 sec up and 1 sec down move and 2 x 2 being a slower move). Note that "slightly lighter" does not mean light. You should choose weight heavy enough that at least 1/2 to 2/3 of the way through the workout you are feeling fatigue to the point of questioning your weight choice. As my friend Katie Webster (former BodyPump instructor) likes to say "You should be a little scared that you chose too much weight."   

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  • no. 8 - The Airbnb Episode

    · 00:34:15 · This Unmillennial Life

    Staying somewhere completely unknown can seem either really adventurous or super scary, depending on your perspective. As unmillennials, we've grown up and into the world of hotels. Our generation invented and mastered hotel booking online through sites like Orbtiz and Expedia. But with the disruptive technology of Airbnb, a whole new world of homes is available to travelers. The question is though, is it right for everyone? In today's episode, I get out of the studio and on the road to bring you a live narrative of my first Airbnb experience. You'll hear: Wendy Jo (a listener of the show and author of BornToEat) describes her experience using Airbnb throughout Europe. My friend and travel companion for the weekend, Deanna of TeaspoonofSpice discuss her experience with Airbnb -- from staying in a room in someone's home (while they were there), to what the booking process is like, to her experience with Airbnb when something "went wrong" with her booking. A live walk-through of the home we rented in rural Pennsylvania, including the (surprising) discovery that the home and second bedroom was the exam room for a midwife practice. My departing thoughts pulling away from the rental and admittedly, not having slept as well as I would've hoped on why Airbnb may not always be the best for me personally. I close out this week's show with a new segment of "What Makes You So Unmillennial?" featuring Brynn, who is hanging onto some very unmillennial calendar habits and Jessica, who really captures what I think many women across multiple generations experience -- the struggle of work/life balance. I offer my thoughts on the subject with some specific insights I learned recent from a millennial who understands the importance of guarding your heart and mind when consuming social media. As always, thank you for listening, subscribing and sharing with a friend! Listeners tell me it's the kind of podcast you want to tell your girlfriends about. So if you haven't done that, please share! Or provide me feedback by leaving me a voicemail OR joining the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan Never miss another episode! This Unmillennial Life is available each week via iTunes and NPROne. This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web’s first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.  

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  • no. 7 - The Fashion Episode (Part II)

    · 00:24:17 · This Unmillennial Life

    Do you cuff jeans over booties or tuck them in? Are shoulder-less shirts in or out? What's the rule with skinny jeans again? Questions about what to wear can get a little more complicated after 40. Not wanting to look too young is as much of a battle as not wanting to dress "too old." In today's podcast, I'm talking again with ChicMadeSimple's Tracy James about how to answer these types of questions. Today's show covers: The shoulder-less shirt -- In or Out? Where women after 40 should shop -- department store, bargain bin or fancy boutique? Can online ordering help with curating the perfect outfit? Are any stores "off limits" for the after 40 crowd? What's the deal with jeans these days -- skinny, flared, low-waisted, high-waisted or who knows? What's the best way to wear booties -- to tuck or not to tuck? I wrap up my conversation with Tracy by expanding on the idea of having a "list" that guides your purchases and offering a personal invite to listeners to share their feedback by leaving me a voicemail OR joining the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan Never miss another episode! This Unmillennial Life is available each week via iTunes and NPROne. This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web's first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.    

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  • no. 6 - The Fashion Episode (Part I)

    · 00:23:40 · This Unmillennial Life

    As most women know, having a closet full of clothes doesn't always mean you have something to wear. Whether it's wishing you could fit in that perfect pair of black pants you wore to your class reunion or realizing this year's styles needed to find you about 15 years earlier, navigating the changing waters of fashion after 40 can sometimes make you want to shut the closet door and forget what's inside. Today's show is the first in a two part series with fashion and style expert Tracy James of ChicMadeSimple aimed at helping women not only embrace a "what's right for me" style mentality, but also prep their closets for their next round of quality (versus quantity) fashion purchases. In this episode Tracy discusses: her background in the fashion industry and how it's helped her understand real women and their fashion worries why she doesn't believe in hard and fast fashion rules and instead, offers insights for women to embrace the look that's right for their individual figures why treating your closet like a "garden to be weeded" helps not only inspire confidence, but also inventories your clothing needs in a way to make future purchases more efficient and inspiring how donating clothes -- even those that still have the tags on them -- can be beneficial on many levels I break my conversation with Tracy into two parts -- you'll hear the other one next week -- to give listeners time to embrace Tracy's tips and begin the closet clean out and organization she mentions. Next week, we return with specific fashion insights and answering questions from the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group about topics ranging from finding the right fit of jeans to begging for shoulder-less tops to fall away. To close out the show, I'll revisit one of my favorite segments -- If I Had A VCR I'd Tape This -- with my recommendation for a Netflix program I found both educational, entertaining and enlightening.  If you’d like to share what YOU would tape if you had a VCR, please leave me a voicemail OR join the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. I’d love to hear what’s on your mind! Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan Never miss another episode! This Unmillennial Life is available each week via iTunes and NPROne. This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web's first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.  

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  • no. 5 - The CrossFit Episode

    · 00:36:07 · This Unmillennial Life

    If you think CrossFit is a fitness craze only enjoyed by millennials, think again. With more than 4 million devotees, CrossFit has captured the hearts, minds and muscles of men and women all over the world. But with all that attention and success comes a fair amount of scrutiny. Today's show jumps right into uncovering the strengths and weaknesses of CrossFit. In this episode: You’ll hear two different perspectives from listeners of the show -- Holly and Stacy -- who share what they do (or don't) like about CrossFit. I'll also provide some personal insights on what I experienced when I tried CrossFit for the first time. Then, I’ll share my interview with Chris Mohr, Ph.D., one of the country's leading fitness experts (who also happens to be a fellow Registered Dietitian). Specifically, he discusses: why CrossFit "works" the importance of lifting heavy weights within the context of efficient, effective and safe weight training why the CrossFit community is a positive part of the overall experience when CrossFit crosses over into risky territory the importance of training to fatigue and not through pain I wrap up my conversation with Dr. Mohr with insights on how to find a CrossFit box that provides adequate support and training and then offer a personal plea to women everywhere to start weight training now, no matter whether you try CrossFit or not. To close out the show, you’ll hear from Rita, a fan of the show, answering the question "What Makes You SO Unmillennial?" You'll also hear her personal story on how the Eyelashes episode helped her (And Rita if you're reading -- Thank You for Your Message!) If you’d like to be featured in an upcoming show, leave me a voicemail OR join the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. I’d love to hear what’s on your mind! Thanks for subscribing. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! Until next time, ~Regan This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web's first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.  

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  • no. 4 - The Botox Episode

    · 00:27:07 · This Unmillennial Life

    If you enjoy the show, please leave a review! This week’s episode dives a little deeper into the topic of beauty by addressing one of the common questions for women after 40 — should I get Botox? Admittedly, a more polarizing topic than last week’s episode on eyelashes, the decision to pursue Botox, along with other injectables (more often known in medical circles as “facial rejuvenation treatments”), is a highly personal one. While not right for everyone, for some people it’s an option they’d like to know more about. That’s the goal of this week’s new show — to give listeners more info to help with those decisions. On this episode: You’ll first hear two different perspectives — one from a listener who gets Botox treatments and the other from a listener who does not. Both women share the reasoning behind their choices and what they think are the most important concerns/considerations. Then, I’ll share my interview with Dr. Landon McLain, a double board-certified cosmetic surgery specialist who offers facial rejuvenation treatment as a part of his oral/facial and cosmetic surgery practice. Specifically, he discusses: the difference between the two most common injectable treatments — Botox and fillers how “over-treatment” might occur and what can be done about it the best time to start seeking out facial rejuvenation treatments to minimize the amount needed over time and maximize results what women can do BEYOND Botox to slow the aging process I wrap up my conversation with Dr. McLain with some insights on how to find a reputable provider and then share my own experiences in terms of discomfort levels of both Botox and Sculptra. To close out the show, you’ll hear from two fans of the show as they answer the question, "What Makes You SO Unmillennial?" (Note: If you’ve been listening to the podcast directly on the website, because you aren’t sure where to “subscribe” you will relate to the first listener for sure!) If you’d like to be featured in an upcoming show, leave me a voicemail OR join the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. I’d love to hear what’s on your mind! Thanks for subscribing. Until next time, ~Regan This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web's first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Jim White of JimWhiteFit.com and Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.

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  • no. 3 - The Eyelashes Episode

    · 00:48:58 · This Unmillennial Life

    The life of the unmillennial is clearly filled with some serious topics -- are you saving enough for retirement, have you reached the peak of your career and why do the aches/pains that used to disappear linger these days? Those are all worth topics to feature on the show, but that's absolutely NOT what we're discussing today. 'Cause a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do. And I gotta do eyelashes. If you've ever thought about glamming up your look or simply improving that wand of mascara in your make-up bag, today's show is for you! On the show you'll learn about: My experience with the eyelash boosting serum Latisse. I'll clear up some common misconceptions about Latisse and then you'll hear from Julie on her experience with the popular Rodan+Fields eyelash booster   Next, you'll hear from Danielle on her experience with lash extensions and learn more about the pros/cons, time commitment and cost. My last guest, Gretchen, will share why Magnetic Eyelashes were the best option for her and share insights about how easy (or hard) the lashes are to actually apply. I'll round out the discussion with insights into my absolute favorite mascara (affiliate link), plus provide some helpful tips on choosing just the right tube. To close out the show, you'll also hear a fun feature entitled "If I had a VCR, I'd record this." Thinking fondly of the days when a VHS tape recording of your favorite show was your best bet for "binge watching," I'm giving a little preview into what I think you should be watching NOW on Netflix! If you'd like to be featured in an upcoming show, either sharing what YOU are loving on Netflix now OR addressing my favorite question "What Makes You SO Unmillennial," simply send me a voicemail (via the widget one the site) OR, join the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group to keep the conversation going. I'd love to hear what's on your mind! Lastly, if you enjoyed the show please leave us a rating and review. Thanks for listening! Until next time, ~Regan This episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com -- the world's first and only dietitian curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support by Jim White of JimWhiteFit.com and Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.

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  • no. 2 - The Sleep Episode

    · 00:25:10 · This Unmillennial Life

    Getting a good night's sleep is the stuff dreams are made of for many women. But all too often the foods we eat, drinks we drink and habits we keep are preventing the slumber we so deserve and desperately need. In this episode, I share not only the top tips experts recommend for uncovering an approach to a better night's sleep, but also share my personal experiences battling insomnia. On the show you'll learn about: The high prevalence of insomnia among women, and especially stay-at-home moms How sleep disturbances are linked to both depression and expanding waistlines What Top 3 Foods/Drinks registered dietitian Emily Field sees in her own practice as impacting sleep the most (To learn more about stable blood sugar, sleep and Emily's approach to balanced nutrition you can connect with her at EmilyFieldRD.com.) My personal experience with both alcohol and caffeine and what changes I made when I was desperate for a good night's sleep The impact exercise has on sleep -- both good and bad Strategies to summon sleep in your bedroom, including what temperature to keep your room When/How to use melatonin to reset your body clock (To purchase the melatonin drops I mention in the show, visit [affiliate link] amazon.com.) To close out the show, you'll also hear from Sally at RealMomNutrition on "What Makes Her SO Unmillennial." If you'd like to be featured in an upcoming show, send us a voicemail at ThisUnmillennialLife.com OR, join our This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group to keep the conversation going. I'd love to hear what's on your mind. Lastly, if you enjoyed the show please leave us a rating and review. Thanks for listening to the show. Until next time, ~Regan This episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com -- the world's first and only dietitian curated recipe discovery site. Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Voiceover support by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.

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  • no. 1 - The Welcome Episode

    · 00:02:04 · This Unmillennial Life

    Welcome to This Unmillennial Life — a lifestyle a podcast aimed women who’ve fallen into a generational gap.  From discussions about the importance of skincare after forty, to why lifting weights is more important now than ever, to how to care for both young kids and aging parents, This Unmillennial Life aims to inspire, educate and entertain with stories and topics of interest to women who are entering the best season of their lives.   To join the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group, visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/thisunmillenniallife/.  Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Voiceover support by Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.ᐧ    

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