Episode 63 – Peace, Love & Zoo Documentary Film

Part 1:  Director, Reggie Groff, and Zoo Cain, of the local Maine documentary film Peace, Love & Zoo join me this week to discuss their film.  The film takes you on a journey as we get to know Zoo and the impact he has made on so many who struggle with addiction recovery and how art, love and hope can help you overcome life’s most difficult challenges.

Part 2:  Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares some information on what science has revealed about what the health benefits are from practicing gratitude.

Episode 52 – Overworked, Over Committed & Overwhelmed? Kim Demado can Help!

Part 1: Kim Demado, co-owner of Triple Jump Fitness, a Personal Fitness Coach & Lifestyle Strategist, talks about her mission to help women, especially over 40 that are Overworked, Over Committed & Overwhelmed to lose weight, reset their metabolism & energetically eliminate food cravings.  We’ll also talk about the awesome Harvest Your Soul event she is hosting in November!

Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about turning 50 and what she did on her birthday to come out of her comfort zone and “zip” into the next 50 years!

Episode 50 – Why Strength Training is SO Important to Include in Your Routine

Part 1: Scott Baumann, owner of Iron Legion Strength Co., and Rachael O’Donnell, owner of Grit & Grace Crossfit, join me to talk about why it is so important to include strength training in your weekly routine especially as we all age and discuss how their workouts are different from your typical gym membership.  Tired of exercising and not seeing the results you want??  Then you need to check out this show!

Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – How seeing the good in adverse situations can help you turn them into positive events.  Use this daily mantra: “I look for the good in every challenging situation that occurs to me.  I change my life by changing my thinking about challenging events.  I claim the good, knowing it will come to me.”

Episode 38 – The Importance of Estate Planning & Having a Will

Part 1: Do you own property that you are afraid you may be forced to sell if you don’t have enough money to pay for your care in your elder years?  Why is it important to have an up to date will or a plan legally established for what happens to your assets upon your death?  Join us to learn all about Estate Planning (wills, trusts, probate & more) from Attorney Miles C. Hunt, who specializes in this practice at Epstein & O’Donovan.

Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about funerals and asks you to think about what legacy you would like to leave behind.

Episode 36 – Understanding Alzheimer’s and How to Keep Your Brain Healthy

Part 1: What is the difference between Alzheimer’s and Dementia?  Drew Wyman, Director of Communications, with the Alzheimer’s Association, Maine Chapter and Shawn Shambo, Chairman of the annual Maine Alzheimer’s walk, will join us to share the latest information about Alzheimer’s and provide tips on how to keep your brain healthy.

Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom: Lynda talks about living life to the fullest and how being “busy” can still mean living a balanced, healthy life.

Episode 31 – Living Well Into Your 80’s and Beyond with Senior Care Advisor, Shawn Shambo

Part 1: Shawn Shambo of Assisted Living Locators, has over 30 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist Senior Care Advisor. His practice has always been focused around homes and living situations for seniors and with his depth of experience he understands the importance of maximizing independence and cultivating a sense of self-worth, which is always his first goal when helping his clients find a best fit in a new home. He works with senior citizens and their families to help them find the best option for housing and connect them with the necessary resources for an easy transition and this is all done at NO COST!

Shawn will talk to us about the services he provides, the changes he has seen in his 30 years working with the elderly and how part of his mission is to help spread the word about healthy, thriving people who are 80 and beyond in order to inspire others to live healthier, longer lives.

Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about her frustration with seeing the expansion of a local hospital and questions why people wait until they’re sick before they make changes in their lives to improve their health.

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