Ep 10: "September is the New January" with Coach Jen Liddy

Did you enjoy the summer but are having a hard time getting “back on track?” Maybe you fell off the workout wagon, didn’t clean out the kids’ toy room like you wanted, or simply spent too much time lounging by the pool with your summer reading list. (Is there such a thing??) If this sounds like your summer, then this episode is for you! Christine talks to business development coach Jen Liddy about getting back on track after a summer of fun in the sun. Find out why “September is the New January” and learn some tips to get organized again!

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For more information about Jen Liddy, visit: www.jenliddy.com

Ep 9: Surviving the "Empty Nest" with Melissa T. Shultz

It’s August, and for many women, this means prepping children for college, and perhaps becoming an “empty-nester.” But how do we make the transition from years of making lunches and being needed to a much quieter existence? To help navigate this uncharted territory, Christine talks to Melissa T. Shultz, author of “From Mom to Me Again: How I Survived My First Empty-Nest Year and Reinvented the Rest of My Life.” Listen in as Melissa shares tips on how to reinvent, take stock and enjoy this bittersweet time of life.

Ep 2: A Bittersweet Year

Ep 2: A Bittersweet Year

Do you often wonder how people find the courage to survive and thrive during challenging times? Or maybe you’re just trying to be the best version of yourself but can’t understand why life keeps getting in the way. In this podcast, host Christine Krahling talks to people who have faced trying times and come out strong on the other side. She also offers inspiring tips for when the daily grind gets you down. Her guests’ inspiring stories—as well as those from Christine herself—will encourage and motivate you to “bloom where you are planted.”

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Ep 1: Introducing Bloom Where You Are Planted

Ep 1: Introducing Bloom Where You Are Planted

A podcast from writer and former magazine editor Christine Krahling. In this episode, Christine shares her journey of leaving the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania—where she lived with her family for more than 10 years--for a move to Central New York. Find out how “Bloom Where You Are Planted” was born, what it feels like to be the new kid in town, and what you can expect in future episodes.

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