• Welcome to the Harder to Kill Radio Podcast: Harder to Kill Radio 001

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    Episode 1 of Harder to Kill Radio is finally here, and in it, I’m filling you in about why this isn’t just another food podcast.

    The idea to start a podcast has been brewing in my mind for months and months, and learning how all the technology worked was a bit of a learning curve. There are so many podcasts out there now, but I’m confident that Harder to Kill Radio offers something different than others in the paleo world.

    My goal is to find the most fascinating people in the world who are dedicating their lives to building unbreakable humans through nutrition, fitness, and mindset. And then, to share their secrets with you so you can apply their expertise to your life. It’s like having your own personal mentors to help you dig into all aspects of building a healthy lifestyle.

    In this episode, I’m chatting directly to you, but starting tomorrow—with the release of episode 2—I’ve got some stupendous guests sharing their knowledge and expertise with you.

    To play the episode right here, scroll up to the big yellow bar with the play button! Simple. This player is sweet because you can speed up the audio, share it, and download it directly. Of course, you can also listen directly from iTunes, too.

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    In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

    • How you’ll be able to listen to and watch the show.
    • Logistics about how often the show will run and how long each episode will be.
    • Why this isn’t just another food podcast.
    • How healthy, happy and harder to kill came about.
    • My lifestyle philosophy for everyone on the planet.
    • What I think is the #1 ingredient for building an unbreakable human.

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    I’ll see you again tomorrow for Episode 2 with my good friend who’s a roller derby queen turned cookbook author and one of my personal heroes. You definitely want to tune into this one!

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    15 thoughts on “Welcome to the Harder to Kill Radio Podcast: Harder to Kill Radio 001

    1. YES! I don’t listen to many paleo podcasts (*gasp*), but I’m definitely adding this to my list. I’m so glad you’re making it about MORE than just food (and paleo in general). I can’t wait to hear Episode 2 – Melissa is one of my favorite paleo people!!!

    2. I’m psyched about your new podcast! Will it be on Stitcher, too? Hope it’s a huge success & you’ll reach the masses.

    3. I am so excited you are doing a podcast! I have recently become obsessed with listening to podcasts on my commutes and I am so happy to add one by you to the line up. I can’t wait to hear what comes next!

      1. Thank you so much Caroline! I’m hoping it’s a perfect fit for your commute. I hope you like the upcoming episodes…I’ve got some great guests on 🙂

    4. Pumped for this the podcast. Just an FYI, I follwed the link to the Top 10 Tips and it ends on a “Page not found” error. Good luck with the podcast, I am looking forward to all of the episodes.

    5. I am so excited for this! I have been sharing a lot of your stuff with my Wholelife Challenge Team ‘Strong Ladies” and this podcast series is next! You are awesome!

    6. I just listened to today’s Fierce Love Friday- Alcohol and Social Pressure episode!! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!! It’s so refreshing to hear your thoughts on this topic. I chose to become alcohol free August 19th, 2017 and it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done. It has been challenging to explain to people why I don’t drink anymore. In many of my friend’s and family’s eyes they don’t seem to think I have a problem. I never drank super often but when I did, I drank it all. After drinking a bottle of tequila by myself while on vacation last year, it became pretty apparent to me that I needed to ditch the booze. I am so grateful that I did and that I have been able to resist the peer pressures. Alcohol just doesn’t serve me at all. I honestly believe that it doesn’t serve anybody. Period. But trying to tell anybody that is like bringing up politics. People lose their minds at the suggestion of not having alcohol. So, I just keep my opinion and decision to myself unless somebody asks me directly and even then, you cannot make a big effing deal about it. You are 100% right about that. Also, being a bartender has brought it’s own complications. When we have our shift drinks, I always just get a soda water with lime and I think most of my co-workers still have no idea that I don’t drink. Every now and then I look at a bottle of kettle one and think, “boy would that be nice,” but then I remember how far I’ve already come and know that it’s just not worth it. At no point in my drinking career did alcohol ever really make me feel good. If I had one drink I’d end up being sleepy. If I drank all the drinks then I’d be hungover. It’s a lose/lose situation if you ask me. Anyway, I just really love all of your fierce love Fridays! So far, every single one has really spoken to me! I love your message and what your doing! It’s really helping me in my own personal journey! Thank you! 🙂

      1. Hi Mahria…thank YOU for sharing your experiences, thoughts, and perspectives. One thing I know for sure is that the more willing we are to talk about these issues, the less alone people will feel. It’s not always comfortable or easy to talk about, but it’s so important. Thank you for listening and for stopping by to start this dialogue.

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