Las amikas son fanáticas de Friends es por eso que aprovecharon el estreno del capítulo de reunión de los amigos más conocidos del mundo para leer "I'll be there for you" de Kelsey Miller, un libro lleno de datos de la historia de la serie. ¡Qué lo disfruten!
Cultivating Outdoor Community and Accessibility with Kelsey Miller
Lessons from the MAP
What does Aziz Ansari in a hot tub have to do with hiking the Pacific Crest Trail - a 2,600 mile trail along California, Oregon, and Washington? You'll find out about this and more in this interview with Kelsey Miller!Kelsey is an adventurer at heart. She started her career in tech, and in her 20s decided to hike the PCT with her husband. This is a grueling, months-long "full-time job" where one walks, eats, and sleeps - only to repeat it the next day. Upon re-entering the "real world," she quickly left the tech world and founded Bucket Magazine, an outdoor adventure mag that serves as a travel guide to unique destinations. In this interview, she and Jamie talk about the thru-hiking experience, creating community around outdoor adventure, and the healing salve that nature provides.Her unabashed willingness to say "yes" to life is contagious and will have you itching to plan your next outdoor adventure!To keep up with Kelsey -Follow her on Instagram, follow Bucket Magazine on Instagram, and visit her website.You can get in touch with Bucket Magazine at firstname.lastname@example.org.Become a supporter of this podcast on Patreon! Schedule a call to map your journey with Jamie here.Contributors: Jamie Blackburn and the Inner MAP Project (host, creator, producer). Kelsey Miller (Guest). Alex Lee-Ammons and For The Love Media (Producer, Editor, Cover Art and Design). Original music by Sounds Like Sander.
A Closer Look at FSU Football with Guest Kelsey Miller
Locked On Tar Heels - Daily Podcast On North Carolina Tar Heels Football & Basketball
Former FSU Social Media Manager and long time Seminoles fan Kelsey Miller joins the show to discuss FSU and her thoughts on how the team can bounce back to its national presence soon.Follow @LockedOnHeels & @CandaceDCooper on TwitterSupport Us by Supporting Our Sponsors Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get $10 off your first order.Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#247: Navigating Pregnancy and Postpartum in a Larger Body with Kelsey Miller, Anti-Diet Writer and Author of BIG GIRL, Plus: Living with a Dieting Parent During COVID-19
Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison
Anti-diet writer Kelsey Miller returns to the podcast to share her experiences of pregnancy in a larger body, adjusting to postpartum body changes, being a new mom, navigating the wedding industry as a plus-size bride, and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a listener question about eating-disorder recovery while living at home with a parent who pushes diet culture on you. Kelsey Miller is a bestselling author and speaker based in Brooklyn, New York. While on staff at Refinery29, she created and wrote the award-winning Anti-Diet Project, one of the site's most popular franchises. In her role as Senior Features Writer, she covered a broad spectrum of topics, including popular culture, current events, body positivity and anti-diet culture, fitness, advice, and "weird history." Kelsey is the author of the memoir Big Girl (Grand Central Publishing, 2016) and I'll Be There For You (Hanover Square Press, 2018), a pop-culture study on Friends. Kelsey and her work have been featured in The New York Times, Glamour, Vulture, Women's Health, Cup of Jo, Entertainment Weekly, Refinery29, People, Good Housekeeping, The Hairpin, Literary Hub, Ladies' Home Journal, SundanceNOW, The Rumpus, Bustle, and more. Find her online at KelseyMiller.com. Christy's book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for some ideas of how to get started on the anti-diet path. If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych.
Book Advances & Asking "Stupid" Questions With Kelsey Miller
This week, I talked to Kelsey Miller, a writer, editor, and speaker based in Brooklyn. She’s the author of the new book I’ll Be There For You, a fascinating historical deep dive on the show “Friends.” She also launched the Anti-Diet Project at Refinery29 and subsequently wrote a memoir, Big Girl: How I Gave Up Dieting & Got A Life. She’s written for publications like Glamour, Vulture, Cup of Jo, and Entertainment Weekly, and on the show she talks about: -Fighting the urge to say yes to every single offer out of fear that it’ll be the last one you'll ever get (it won’t be) -Why it might be worth it to hire a lawyer to look at your first few contracts -How to write to-do lists you'll actually feel good about -And why you should always, always ask "stupid" questions So. Much. Great. Stuff. Here. You don't want to miss this one. Follow For Hire on Instagram: @forhirepodcast Get the For Hire newsletter: www.forhirepodcast.com Send me an email: email@example.com
92: Real Life on the other side of Dieting with Kelsey Miller
RD Real Talk - Registered Dietitians Keeping it Real
Kelsey Miller, author of the 5-year column "The Anti-Diet Project" on Refiner29, and force behind The 67 Percent Project, joins me for a chat about all things real life, and Not dieting. Kelsey shares the moment, "somewhere between an epiphany and a panic attack," when she decided to be done with dieting. And from there, what's next? An eating coach, the Intuitive Eating book, writing her memoir (see below), and how life can be hard, either way. We also touch on representation in pop culture, and a different way to look at some of our favorite shows (again!), a la her newest book. More of Kelsey's work: Big Girl, a memoir I'll Be There For You, a book about FRIENDS KelseyMiller.com @MsKelseyMiller Other stuff: Be part of the extended podcast conversations and meet fellow real-talkers by joining our Patreon community. Join here, for just $1. Learn more about the Weight Inclusive Nutrition & Dietetics Events: weightinclusiveconference.com. Join us virtually for the first event! Your host, Heather Caplan: HeatherCaplan.com, @heatherDCRD, @RDRealTalk. Have you left a review on iTunes yet? If not, please do! Click here and tap the stars. Questions or requests for the show? Reach out: RDRealTalk @ Gmail.com Last but not least, get more RD Real Talk from the newsletter, landing in your inbox weekly!
#141: Giving Up Dieting Revisited – Interview With Kelsey Miller
Eat the Rules with Summer Innanen
I’m revisiting my interview with Kelsey Miller, author of Big Girl. We chat about her journey out of disordered eating, what she learned about herself from giving up dieting and how she moved from the role of sidekick to leading lady in her life and I’ll be answering a listener question on what to do if you’re afraid of people judging your weight gain. In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question what to do if you’re afraid of people judging your weight gain, - How Kelsey’s first extreme diet at the age of 11 planted the seed and kept her hooked on “the manic power of skinny” for years, - How the pattern of being in the “zone” of a new diet followed by periods of crushing shame kept her trapped in the dieting cycle for years, - The influence of Kelsey’s mom on her relationship with food and her body, - The point when Kelsey realized she was done with dieting and self-loathing and ready to choose living, - What it was like to become an intuitive eater, - The real issue that was at the heart of Kelsey’s disordered relationship with food and how this impacted the rest of her life, - How she stopped playing the sidekick and took the leading lady role in her life, - What Kelsey’s imperfect relationship with her body is like now, Plus so much more!
244 | friendship, anti-dieting, writing, + more with Kelsey Miller author of I'll Be There for You: The One About Friends
LET IT OUT
It's a rarity to have a repeat guest on the podcast, when someone returns it means I especially love talking with them. Kelsey's first time on the podcast (her very first podcast!) was in 2015 when her first book, her memoir Big Girl came out, then she was was one of the panelists on my firs live podcast episode in 2016, and now she's back with her newest book a retrospective on the show Friends called I'll Be There For You: The One About Friends. We obviously gush about our love and experience with Friends and how much I loved her book, but we also talk about where she is now in her life. Since she last did the podcast she got married and left her full time writing position at Refinery 29, so I asked her relationship and freelance advice. Recently she ended the column she founded at Refinery 29, The Anti-Diet Project which chronicled her experience, and the experience of others (including this essay I wrote) with intuitive eating and giving up dieting, so I asked her where she is with all of that now. Kelsey is eloquent, dynamic, and oh so articulate so I always love chatting with her and especially loved this conversation, which ranged from friendship to her writing strategies. Notes from the Show:-Kelsey Miller on The Web | Instagram Kelsey's Books: I'll Be There For You: The One About Friends Big GirlThe Anti-Diet Project on Refinery 29Kelsey's writing on Refinery 29Patrick Melrose TV ShowA Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty SmithLikes & Learns:This Will Only Hurt a Little by Busy PhillippsHow to Not Always Be Working by Marlee GraceText Me When You Get Home by Kayleen SchaeferAll original music composed by Carolyn Pennypacker RiggsAlbum art by Zoie HarmanCool Things to Check-Out:-Come to my event at The Spring Meditation on 12/2. Get tickets here.-Come to my New Years Eve 2 night retreat at Kripalu Retreat Center. Get your tickets here.-Sign-up for my newsletter to get updates on where I'll be and what I'm loving!-Join the listener Facebook Group-Get my book Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling.If you Liked This Episode Try Out:- Kelsey Miller's first episode- Live episode in NYC 2016- Simi Botic Let It Out episodesThis episode was supported by Alterra Pure. Have you heard of them? They make impeccably designed sheets and bedding, verifying organic integrity every step of the way and sharing every production detail with you. Not to mention how cool and comfortable their products are. You have to try them! Use code Letitout for 15% off your order. This episode was also supported by Care/Of who creates personalized supplement packets for you based on your unique needs and delivers them in daily customized packets.Enter the code "KATIE" at checkout for 25% off your first