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Erik Satie (with Caroline Potter)

Crafting Musical Lives

In this episode, we spoke to Dr Caroline Potter, who is Visiting Reader in French Music at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Caroline has published books with Routledge on composers Nadia and Lili Boulanger, and Henri Dutilleux. She is a frequent broadcaster for organisations including the BBC, and was Series Advisor to the Philharmonia Orchestra's 2014 season titled ‘City of Light: Paris 1900-1950’. We spoke to Caroline about her most recent book, ‘Erik Satie: A Parisian Composer and His World’, published by The Boydell Press in 2016, and was named the ‘Sunday Times Classical Music Book of the Year’. She spoke about Satie’s place in the bohemian and artistic milieu of late nineteenth-century Paris, the challenge of extracting his narrative from his network of artists, as well as his influence on future generations of musicians.


8 May 2021

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Key to Unlocking More Energy & Decreasing Stress with Caroline Potter

Rising Moms Podcast

Do you always feel stressed out no matter how much you try to relax or ‘fix’ things? Maybe it’s no longer about trying to manage the chaos around you, but it’s about listening to your adrenal fatigue that tells you to take a break. Adrenal fatigue is our signal that we need to take a break/rest. Similarly, it’s like the red warning in our phones that tells us it is running out of battery charge. And you might be ignoring your adrenal fatigue. That’s keeping your stress hormones always elevated! Join Caroline and I in this episode as we discuss how we can decrease our stress and gain our energy back.  Other life-changing stuff you will learn in this episode… Debunking myths about stress How motherhood becomes a stress Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue What you need to do to overcome Adrenal Fatigue Habits that contribute to exhaustion Don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss out! And let’s build a community of rising moms by sharing it with a friend too! Head over to www.renaefieck.com/podcast/decreasestress to tune into the whole episode!


10 Nov 2020

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028: How to OvercomeStress and FatigueIn Your Body With Caroline Potter

Living Your Calling Podcast

Do you ever have days where you just feel tired and no amount of coffee seems to give you the boost you so desperately need? The stress and fatigue our bodies feel day to day can be a sign of something more than just needing a caffeine boost- it could indicate we’re facing adrenal fatigue. Some of us are all too familiar with navigating postpartum depression and anxiety while balancing family time and business but adding adrenal fatigue to the mix could be why you’re feeling the way you feel.   In today's conversation, we chat with Caroline Potter. She’s a wife, mama and the voice behind Flourish where she encourages women to cultivate conscious living, balance grace with gumption and make small changes to have a big impact on their health, joy and energy! Caroline believes that as women we don't have to be tired and overwhelmed all the time and shows women how to take steps towards healing so that we can thrive, not just survive day to day. Caroline is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, leads a team educating for safer beauty with Beautycounter and is the author of the cookbook, All American Paleo Table.   So let’s dive in to learn from Caroline and hear her recommendations for taking practical steps to overcome adrenal fatigue and find healing in your life.   More Show Notes: Here


28 Jul 2020

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188: Simplifying Your Life to Ease Burnout from Adrenal Fatigue with Caroline Potter, NTP

Nourishing Women Podcast

This episode begins with a couple updates, including a continuation of our anti-racism conversation we’ve been having all summer long. In today’s episode, I share what is radical self love and how it impacts social justice movements and equality. I share a few quotes about what I am learning about radical self love in the book, The Body is Not an Apology, by Sonja Renee Taylor. Stress is HIGH right now and the long term effects of stress are so important to understand. On the podcast today, I have guest Caroline Potter, a NTP and holistic nutritionist, to share with you how to simplify your life to ease burnout from adrenal fatigue. If you’ve been overwhelmed lately, this episode is for you! Caroline’s mission to give women the tools they need not just to survive the day, but thrive, each and every day. Caroline is the author the blog, Flourish, as a resource for women who are on a journey of pursuing conscious living, particularly those who want to flourish with purpose. These days, you can find Caroline teaching and equipping women to walk away from the hustle, and to live, love, and flourish with purpose, taking care of themselves so they can better serve those around them. In this episode we discuss:  Caroline’s own story with overwhelm, burn out and adrenal fatigue and the signs that she realized she was suffering What is adrenal fatigue (HPA axis dysfunction) and signs you may be experiencing it How Caroline simplified her life to reduce the burn out and overwhelm Why busy is not a descriptor we want to use to describe our lives Easy steps you can take today if you are experiencing stress and possibly adrenal fatigue Supplement and CBD oil to support reducing stress levels How caffeine can impact adrenal fatigue, focusing on moderation instead of extreme views on taking things out of your diet Why you may need to pause or reduce exercise if you have high stress levels How Caroline practices wellness without obsession Learn more from Caroline: https://flourish-living.com https://www.instagram.com/caroline__potter/ YES/NO List: https://flourish-living.com/how-to-create-your-yes-no-list/ Adrenal fatigue guide: https://flourishliving.lpages.co/adrenal-fatigue-freebie/ CBD oil guide: https://flourishliving.lpages.co/cbd-oil-guide/ Primally Pure products mentioned in this episode: gua sha stone, charcoal deodorant, lemongrass and blue tansy deodorant. Use the code NOURISH for 10% off your order. Click here to get your hands on my new free mini course, the Summer Reset! CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE WAITLIST FOR THE NEXT ENROLLMENT OF PERMISSION STAGE PLAYBOOK. Resources for you: Learn more about our services at Nourishing Minds Nutrition. Read testimonials from our amazing clients here. Join our FREE support group for like-minded women, the Nourishing Women Community. Live Q&As are hosted every week! Let’s hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria’s Instagram Victoria’s Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website


24 Jul 2020

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Ep. 125: Exhaustion and Adrenal Health with Caroline Potter

Just Enjoy Health with Dr. Meghan Birt

Do you struggle with constant exhaustion? I'm so excited to share today's podcast! I sit down with Caroline Potter, a brilliant blogger and mother with a goal of helping others cultivate conscious living. She focuses on empowering women to live happy, healthy, and fulfilled lives through simplifying the chaos. In this episode of the podcast, Caroline will share her story and how it led her to a deep understanding of adrenal health. She’s sharing great tips to rid yourself of adrenal fatigue and boost energy. She also created a workshop called the Adrenal Collective that, personally, has been empowering on my health and wellness journey.


21 Apr 2020

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221: Caroline Potter on Adrenal Fatigue, Type 1 Diabetes, and Motherhood as a Military Spouse

Christina The Channel

Today I'm chatting with Caroline Potter, wife, mama and the voice behind the brand Flourish (www.flourish-living.com) where she encourages women to cultivate conscious living, balance grace with gumption and make small changes to have a big impact on their health, joy and energy! Caroline is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and author of the cookbook, All American Paleo Table. In this episode, Caroline shares more about her personal health journey and what it was like being diagnosed with both Hashimoto's and Type 1 Diabetes. Caroline discusses the diet and lifestyle changes she made to manage her autoimmune diseases and how she emotionally handled her late diabetes diagnosis. She also shares more about how she balances everything as a new mother, what it's like being a military spouse, and how she manages being a mother when she is in a long-distance relationship half the time. We also discuss carbohydrate intake, signs you might have adrenal fatigue, ways to support your adrenal health naturally, and more. Connect with Caroline more on her website (www.flourish-living.com) and Instagram (caroline__potter). For more from Christina, head to her website, christinaricewellness.com, to find her services, blog, programs, and ebooks. If there's a question you'd like answered or a topic you'd like discussed on the podcast, send it in to podcast@christinaricewellness.com! Don’t forget to join the Facebook group, Wellness Realness Podcast Tribe, to meet other podcast listeners! This podcast episode is sponsored by Ned, a wellness brand that offers a range of full-spectrum hemp products including hemp oil, lip balms, and body butter. CBD oil can help with inflammation, anxiety, insomnia, depression, chronic pain, and more, and Ned full-spectrum hemp oil is my favorite CBD. You can order hemp oil from helloned.com and use the discount code "WELLNESS" for 15% off! Want in on all of the health benefits of mushrooms?! Functional mushrooms like Reishi, Chaga, Cordyceps, and Lion's Mane have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. With Four Sigmatic products, we can now easily take advantage of mushrooms' many health benefits for immunity, energy, longevity, and more. Four Sigmatic makes drinking mushrooms and superfoods delicious and easy with their Mushroom Coffees, Mushroom Superfood Blends, and Mushroom Elixirs! Head to foursigmatic.com/crw to check out all of their products, and use the code "CRW" for 15% off all purchases on their site! If you're ready to finally take control of your health, Christina's online course, The Paleo Women Lifestyle Program, is exactly what you need. This course is designed to teach you everything you need to know to optimize your health as a woman, no matter your age or where you are in your health journey. This course has hours of video lectures, audio lectures, and PDFs that cover nutrition, fitness, sleep, stress management, balancing hormones, self-love, cooking and grocery shopping, and more. You can learn more / sign up at bit.ly/paleowomenlifestyle. If you love desserts but want to avoid the sugar and sweeteners, pick up a copy of Christina's new ebook, #NoSugarNoProblems Part 2! This ebook contains over 30 paleo dessert recipes (most are also vegan) that contain absolutely no sugar or sweeteners - no stevia, xylitol, erythritol, maple syrup, honey, dates, bananas, or other sugar substitutes. Perfect if you're keto, low-carb, on a gut-healing diet, looking to balance your hormones, or trying to break your sugar addiction! Grab your copy at bit.ly/nsnp2 and use the code "wellnessrealness" for 20% off! If you're finally ready to reach your fitness goals, check out the MAPS programs from Mind Pump Media at bit.ly/mindpumpcrw. You can use the code "WELLNESS" for 10% off! I recommend MAPS Anabolic to anyone who goes to the gym and wants something that will increase their strength and fitness levels while also reducing body fat, and I recommend MAPS Anywhere if you're looking for a program that doesn't require a gym and focuses more on bodyweight exercises. Interested in switching to safer beauty products to protect your health? Shop at beautycounter.com/christinarice for safer skincare, makeup, hair care, and more! If you need help with color matching or product recommendations, feel free to reach out to Christina. You can email her at christina@christinaricewellness.com. If you want to change your life with essential oils, head to bit.ly/doterrachristina to get started! Feel free to email Christina to learn more about how doTERRA essential oils can transform your health! If you're not sure where to start with essential oils, head here. If you'd like to support the show, you can do so by shopping through our Amazon link. All you have to do is do your regular Amazon shopping through this link or by clicking the button below, and a small amount of your total order will go towards the show's production, at no extra cost to you! If you haven’t already, be sure to SUBSCRIBE on iTunes and/or Stitcher to keep up with new episodes! And leave a rating and review to show the show some love!

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12 Aug 2019

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MMP Ep. 113: Adrenal Fatigue in Motherhood with Caroline Potter

The Modern Mamas Podcast

In this episode, Jess sits down with Caroline Potter, NTP to chat all things adrenal fatigue.  Not only do we dive into what adrenal fatigue is, how to determine if you might have it, and easy, simple, doable action to support your body through it, but we also answer YOUR listener questions about it as well!  This episode thinks about adrenal fatigue outside of the traditional box, and focuses on how many women may be struggling through this condition postpartum and throughout the motherhood journey.  Caroline shares her story, and how she's come out of the "fog" during her first postpartum period.  It's a good one you guys. Caroline Potter is wife, mama and the voice behind the brand Flourish (www.flourish-living.com) where she encourages women to cultivate conscious living, balance grace with gumption and make small changes to have a big impact on their health, joy and energy! Caroline is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and author of the cookbook, All American Paleo Table. Links and Such:  Follow @caroline__potter on Instagram. Connect with Caroline on her website (www.flourish-living.com) Click HERE to become part of the adrenal collective, and deep dive into your health. Click HERE for Caroline's FREE guide to overcoming adrenal fatigue naturally. Get 15% off Beekeeper's Naturals products with code: modernmamas Get 15% off Four Sigmatic products with code: modernmamas  Connect with us:  Modern Mamas – @modernmamaspodcast Laura – @laura.radicalroots Jess – @jess.holdthespace Laura’s website – http://myradicalroots.com/ Jess’ website – https://www.jessgaertner.com/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-modern-mamas-podcast/support

1hr 15mins

7 Aug 2019

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Your Conscious Living Approach w/ Caroline Potter

Listen To Your Body Podcast

Caroline Potter is a wife, mother, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, entrepreneur, and believer in taking things slow and enjoying the seasons of your life. After an autoimmune diagnosis at age 20, Caroline took her world that had been shaken and turned it into a thriving food blog business. Today Caroline lives with her husband and a new baby in Spain and has embraced the European lifestyle and the freeing mindset both physically and mentally that true peace can bring. How To Figure Out Your Conscious Living Approach Instead of doing everything for everyone, Caroline believes in doing just a few things really well and being at peace with every human being needing to ask for help. Today Caroline is here to share her mantra of learning to say no by strengthening the muscle, making time for yourself throughout your day, and getting out of the hustle to instead focus on your own needs. Being intentional with your decisions doesn't mean your decisions are perfect, it means trying your best in every situation and letting the rest happen to set yourself up for success. Caroline believes that when you can cut yourself a break and set yourself up with intentions, you can take control of your decisions and be successful long term. The mental ramifications of a chronic autoimmune disease can often be as bad if not worse than the physical symptoms, so it is important to take care of all aspects of yourself. Caroline provides tools to help you figure out your conscious living approach, and explains why allowing yourself the ability to focus on your passions and explore your opportunities is also your greatest chance to heal. How does Caroline’s story relate to your own experience with autoimmune diseases? Share with us in the comments on the episode page.   On Today's Episode Viewing stress management and green products as tools in your health arsenal How to organize the physical and mental clutter you feel to become more productive What taking the weekends off social media has done for Caroline’s brain and mindset Ways to make small steps over time to improve your health sustainability long term Taking the steps necessary to not be defined by your disease but thrive because of it   Quotes “When I finally did rebrand and I really went after what was really on my heart, I started working fewer hours and I started making way more money and way more impact.” (17:02) “Once you say the first no, it gets so much easier after that.” (22:02) “Just having that margin to breathe and to dream and to educate yourself, whatever that may look like to you. And I think that is where you are going to find the greatest success and also the greatest contentment.” (23:11) “I wouldn't be talking to you today if it wasn't for my disease and I wouldn't have a lot of people in my life if it wasn't for my disease, so I see now the positives but man it was really really hard.” (33:18) “We put so much pressure on ourselves, and that doesn't do anyone any good. You know all the healthy good in the world isn't going to save you if you dont have the right mindset going into it.” (44:16)   Resources Mentioned In This Show Take the Conscious Living Growth Style Quiz Flourish Living Website Women Who Flourish Series Follow Caroline on Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest Order Core 4 The Book Here Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes!


7 May 2019

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Ep. 46: Fed+Fit Special Guest: Caroline Potter

Fed+Fit Podcast

The Fed+Fit Podcast | Nurturing a Healthy Mindset for a Healthy LifestyleWe're back with our 46th episode of the Fed+Fit Podcast! Remember to check back every Monday for a new episode and be sure to subscribe on iTunes!Find us HERE on iTunes and be sure to "subscribe."Episode 46 Topics: Welcome Special Guest Caroline Potter of Colorful Eats Nutrition Questions for Caroline Colorful Eats Nutrition All-American Paleo Table: Classic Homestyle Cooking from a Grain-Free Perspective Scrumptious and Styled The Nourishing Buzz PodcastI would LOVE some feedback, so feel free to leave a review in iTunes, comment below, or even give us a shout on social media!Ep. 46: Fed+Fit Special Guest: Caroline PotterToday, I’m talking with my friend and special guest, Caroline Potter of Colorful Eats Nutrition about her new book, how she’s come to view her type 1 diabetes diagnosis as a blessing, and her top food photography tips.TOPICS:1. Introducing our guest, Caroline Potter [1:12]2. Caroline’s health story [5:40]3. Positive mindset on body image [15:31]4. Caroline’s food photography tips [23:12]Cassy Joy: Good morning everybody! Today we are back with a special episode of the Fed and Fit podcast with a friend of mine who also happens to be a colleague, and she lives practically across the world. She is so talented and has all these awesome creations; the lovely Mrs. Caroline Potter. Welcome Caroline!Caroline Potter: Hello, how are you?Cassy Joy: I am dandy. {laughs}Caroline Potter: In your introduction you called me Mrs. Potter; I never get called that. {laughs}Cassy Joy: Really? {laughs} Well, now that I’m married, I’m really savoring calling other people Mrs. Because I feel like now I’m a kindred spirit {laughs} with them.Caroline Potter: I love it. I love it. {laughs}1. Introducing our guest, Caroline Potter [1:12]Cassy Joy: Well good. Just to give you guys a brief overview, if you’re not familiar with Caroline yet; she is an NTP and authored the cookbook All American Paleo Table, and she’s also the brains and beauty behind the blog Colorful Eats. She has an awesome newsletter, I recommend you sign up for, that goes out pretty regularly. Caroline lives on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii with her husband, Steven, and they’re super adorable golden retriever, Libby, which you can see pictures of her on Instagram. Caroline loves all things outdoors; hot cappuccinos, and grilling on the weekends, which is probably why we are such natural friends. {laughs}Caroline Potter: {laughs} I really do love all those things.Cassy Joy: You do? That’s so nice. I like all those things too. Those are good ones. Well, I’m thrilled to have you on today. I wanted to bring Caroline on because; well, I really just like introducing you guys to other really great people in the industry, people that I really look up to for a bunch of different reasons. But Caroline is definitely among that. She came out this year, like I said, with her debut cookbook and it is absolutely stunning. If you haven’t grabbed a copy yet, I highly recommend it. She really took a bunch of; if you can flip through the calendar of American holidays, she really took some of those classic family favorites and revitalized them with some really great nutrition thinking {laughs} is that the best description you’ve ever heard of your book, ever? {laughing}Caroline Potter: Pretty great. Pretty great Cassy. {Laughs}Cassy Joy: Some really great nutrition thinking went on in that book {laughs}.Caroline Potter: I’m going to use that one from now on.Cassy Joy: You should. That should be printed somewhere. {laughs} Anyways, it’s absolutely stunning, and she did an awesome job. I’ve made several things from it so far; the biscuits were awesome, the burger was awesome. That bacon jam, Miss Caroline; Mrs. Caroline, has changed my world.Caroline Potter: Um, yeah,


14 Dec 2015

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162: Caroline Potter And Holly Marshall Discuss If Carbs Were In The Paleo Diet

Low-Carb Conversations

Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, blogger, and podcaster Caroline Potter and Certified Nutrition Consultant, blogger, and podcaster Holly Marshall join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 162 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!" NOTE: We apologize for the audio quality of this episode. There was a technical glitch on the recording causing an echo effect. We've cleaned it up as well as we can and will strive to make sure this doesn't happen again. THANKS! Putting the focus back on what the health headlines are REALLY saying is what we are all about here on this weekly podcast. Far too many people lazily read a headline and make that a part of what they believe to be true. But regular listeners of this show know that the headline doesn't always tell the whole story. If you enjoy getting encouragement from Jimmy, Cassie, and their amazing guest friends, then CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to give financially towards this listener-supported podcast. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!SUGARY DRINKS LEAD TO DIABETES NO MATTER YOUR WEIGHTSugary drinks may cause type 2 diabetes regardless of size, research says In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie welcome in an awesome pair of guest friends in Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, blogger, and podcaster Caroline Potter from "Colorful Eats" and Certified Nutrition Consultant, blogger, and podcaster Holly Marshall from "Whole Hog Paleo" who are the cohosts of "The Nourishing Buzz" podcast on iTunes. Listen to Jimmy and Cassie banter at the beginning about Jimmy's LIVE Periscope of the beginning of this episode (part of the reason why the sound was compromised today).WHAT ROLE DOES EXERCISE PLAY ON BRAIN HEALTH?The Right Dose of Exercise for the Aging Brain Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Caroline, and Holly talk about a supposedly gotcha article on Paleo and carbohydrates, new research showing the impact of sugary drinks on Type 2 diabetes despite your weight, a funky column on the love of carbs, why the amount of time spent exercising can slow aging of the brain, a new article that shows aspirin needs dietary fat to work properly, new science that finds people should spend their money on traveling more than buying things, and some incredible practical tips from a weight loss success. Plus, don't miss Caroline's Lemon Pound Cake With Lemon Curd And Cream recipe and Holly's Paleo Blistered Shishito Peppers with Garlic Aioli recipe at the end. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk!“LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast!LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 162- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Caroline Potter from "Colorful Eats"- Holly Marshall from "Whole Hog Paleo"- "The Nourishing Buzz" podcast on iTunes- SECRET HEADLINE: The Paleo diet has it wrong: Cavemen did eat carbs?- Sugary drinks may cause type 2 diabetes regardless of size, research says- Carbohydrates: A Love Letter- The Right Dose of Exercise for the Aging Brain- Lowly Aspirin Versus NSAID Challengers- The Science Of Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things- 8 Rules I Followed To Lose 150 Pounds In A Year- Caroline's recipe: Lemon Pound Cake With Lemon Curd And Cream- Holly's recipe: Paleo Blistered Shishito Peppers with Garlic Aioli


28 Aug 2015