Think you know self-care? Today’s guest on Harder to Kill Radio, Sarah Fragoso, explains why self-care way more than just manicures and mimosas.
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Links & Resources:
- Episode 86 transcript
- Sarah’s website
- Her podcast, Better Everyday, with Dr. Brooke Kalanick
- My appearance on The Better Everyday podcast
Now, let’s meet this week’s guest…
Sarah Fragoso is a mom to three boys, a wife (she and her husband and co-own a gym together, JS Strength and Conditioning, in Chico, CA), and a national best selling author of several books about paleo nutrition.
“Paleo”, however, does not define her. Not even one tiny bit. It’s just a chapter of her life – and a great jumping off point for folks not wanting to die from eating crap, lack of sleep, and letting stress rule their lives.
She founded the Everyday Paleo website several years ago, but this blog is about her and her thoughts about life, food, fitness, spirituality, love, and whatever she feels compelled to share at the moemnt. You’ll find recipes to nourish your body and hopefully advice and ramblings to nourish your soul.
As she gets older, she realizes that every year she’s redefined, and every moment shapes and molds her into something that I never thought she could be. (And sometimes in ways she doesn’t want to be, and often in ways she wishes she was before; but that’s what makes her…her.
Her biggest goal in life is to leave a mark. She wants people to be happier, and she wants to be happier too, so she’s exploring how to stay sane in this crazy world while working hard to be a bright shining light despite the dark. Let’s figure this out together.
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