Choices Must be Based on Good Data In my continuing quest to make better choices (a la Do the Thing) I need data. You probably need it, too. Let’s talk about some things you need to know to make those improved choices. I got quite a blow last week. The tax bill came due and, after too long at the accountant’s, the hammer fell. It turns out I need to pay twice as much to…"Choices: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
Sensory deprivation tanks and more If you have ever wanted to float on your back in the Dead Sea or get out of gravity and become an astronaut, you’re going to love today’s podcast. Sensory deprivation tanks are slowly growing in popularity again. If you can get to one, or if you are Joe Rogan and are lucky enough to have one in your basement, it might help you with stress, sleep disorders or even chronic…"Sensory Deprivation"
Visualization Makes a Better Day A good diet is not as simple as calories in/calories out. The kind of calories (and the hormones released are variables, too.) On today’s show, I talk briefly about the big lies nutrition labels tell us. Then, to ease your stress, we dig into a powerful visualization designed to make your life easier. Start with the key: a deep breath brings and an easy visualization slows your nervy nervous system…"The Big Calorie Lie and a Powerful Visualization"
On today’s podcast: 1. Your micro-biome and cravings. 2. The most effective exercise doesn’t take long at all. 3. When does arguing help? Is it worth it? It turns out the answer is 4% of the time (at best!) On this episode of the All That Chazz Stress Relief Podcast, I rant a little and I expect some arguing. Yes, there will be some listeners who will object to what I have to say on…"Arguing with People Who Are Wrong"
Today on the All That Chazz Stress Relief Podcast: I update listeners on my tasty success and my bad beef heart recipe on The Wild Diet by Abel James. (The bad beef heart wasn’t Abel’s fault.) I give a tip on how I beat a mad craving for something I shouldn’t eat. I talk about the social value of food and the implications of making interactions more social and less food-centric. (Seeing this on AllThatChazz.com and can’t…"Less Stress Around Food: Do the Incremental Thing"
Welcome back to the All That Chazz Stress Relief Podcast. For anyone who is looking to decrease pain, boost energy or manage time and relieve stress, you’re in the right place.* (If you’re listening to this at AllThatChazz.com and you can’t see the mpg player, click the Read More tab to play the show. Please subscribe to the show on iTunes and leave a happy review. That helps more listeners find us.) On today’s show, I…"Do the Art in Everything!"
Welcome to the All That Chazz Stress Relief Podcast, now available on iTunes! I’d love to get the revamp of the show recognized as new and noteworthy so please take a moment to review the podcast. That helps people dig my stress management vibe. (If you’re reading this text at AllThatChazz.com and can’t see the mp3 player, open the Read more tab below.) On today’s podcast, I have another podcast recommendation. I’ll teach you the…"Do the Scrunchy Thing!"
On today’s pod, I’ll tell you a little about the wonders of unlimited coffee in a Cuban resort (and how I learned to love smaller portions of food.) Then I discuss entitlement and how I combat it. I’m working on me. Please join me as I manage stress, pain, time and energy. You’ll find lots more ideas to manage your time, stress, pain and energy in my book, Do the Thing! The Last Stress Management…"Do the Weight Loss Thing!"
As the Trump inauguration looms, stress rises on all sides as the arguments continue. Time for a break! On today’s podcast I talk about the value of taking a break. So you prefer a news fast or a news diet? Then a word about feeling better through unselfconscious behavior as well as a podcast recommendation. If you enjoy this podcast, please leave a happy review on iTunes (or wherever you picked me up!) Links: Spalding…"Silence and Unselfconscious Behavior"
The Self-publishing Roundtable, a podcast that’s been going on for years, is ending. I’ve been a guest and co-panelist on this one and I’m a little sad to see it go away. However, new podcasts will rise in its stead. HAPPY ANNOUNCEMENT: In addition to my fiction, I’ve written a book about stress management. In the second week of the new year, just as your resolve about your resolutions are waning, I’ll relaunch the All…"News, Views, Podcast Ends and Beginnings"