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The Fast Lane with Sara Jayne Podcast and Blog is for all women managing the hectic pace of life, and our mission is to share stories, ideas and life lessons that can help add a little humor, motivation and support to your busy schedule.


Episode 30: Unraveled: A Mothers Story of Addiction and Redemption with Laura Cook Boldt

podcast Nov 19, 2020

On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne talks to Laura Cook Boldt, the co-author of a book that she wrote with her son Tom called Unraveled: A Mother and Son Story of Addiction and Redemption, a mother and son story of addiction and redemption. Laura Cook Boldt discusses being the mother of four boys, writing her book with her son in such an emotional fashion, and overcoming alcoholism. 

Episode Highlights: 

  • How did she go about writing a book with her son? 
  • Laura Cook Boldt initially had fears of being sober and was all the way into alcoholism when her youngest son was 2-years-old. 
  • What were the circumstances of Laura’s car accident? 
  • When did she seek sobriety? 
  • Was her husband a drinker?  
  • Did Laura Cook Boldt have to get rid of her drinking friends when she was getting sober?  
  • Was it difficult to go through Alcoholics Anonymous? 
  • How was her family impacted by her sobriety? 
  • Is...
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Episode 28: Demystifying Health with Dr. Lisa Palmer

podcast Oct 29, 2020

On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne talks to Dr. Lisa Palmer, known as ‘Dr. Momma Bear,’ talks about her work as a chiropractic doctor, holistic nutrition, dealing with patients that are feeling hopeful or skeptics, and the importance of cooking at home. 

Episode Highlights: 

  • What does Dr. Lisa Palmer do? 
  • Dr. Palmer discusses what types of patients she frequently sees. 
  • What does she say to impatient patients?
  • How did Dr. Lisa Palmer get involved in muscle testing? 
  • How does Dr. Palmer respond to skeptics? 
  • There has been a problem with doctors not referring patients to chiropractors. 
  • How does she encourage adults to eat better and live better?  
  • We all make choices when it comes to health education. 
  • People don’t know how to use the food pyramid. 

3 Key Points:

  1. Dr. Lisa Palmer looks for the causes of peoples problems and solves them with whole food supplements,...
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Episode 26: Writing True Crime Stories with C.J. Wynn

podcast Oct 15, 2020

On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne talks to C.J. Wynn, author of the true-crime Wilder Intentions: Love, Lies, and Murder in North Dakota, how C.J. Wynn got involved in writing true crime stories, what was involved in writing her first book, and the future books that she is working on. 

Episode Highlights: 

  • C.J. Wynn shares how she got interested in true crime stories. 
  • Wilder Intentions: Loves, Lies, and Murder in North Dakota is C.J. Wynn’s very first book.  
  • The forward in the book is written by C.J. Wynn’s mentor. 
  • You have to have empathy and understanding for the people you are writing about. 
  • C.J. Wynn discusses the forms of manipulation that took place in the story.  
  • Was there any psychological analysis of the criminal culprits in the book? 
  • C.J. Wynn is calm at home, spends quality time with her family, and doesn’t really like to talk a whole lot. 
  • How did C.J. Wynn...
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Episode 27: Shamelessly Feminine with Jen Rozenbaum

podcast Oct 15, 2020

Shamelessly Feminine with Jen Rozenbaum 


On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne talks to Jen Rozenbaum, a Long Island, New York-based therapeutic photographer, writer, breast cancer survivor helping women celebrate their unique femininity. Jen Rozenbaum discusses her battle with breast cancer, expressing femininity through photography, writing, and her podcast Shamelessly Feminine.

Episode Highlights: 

  • Jen Rosenbaum shares her background and how she got involved in photography.  
  • Jen talks about being diagnosed with breast cancer.  
  • How did she find out that she has breast cancer?  
  • 85% of breast cancer cases don’t have breast cancer in their family.  
  • What were Jen’s next steps after getting diagnosed with breast cancer? 
  • Jen’s daughter was 12 when Jen Rozenbaum was diagnosed.  
  • We don’t see ourselves the way that other people see us.  
  • Jen...
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Episode 25: Addressing Child Marriages and Human Trafficking with Rima Nashashibi

podcast Oct 08, 2020

On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne talks to Rima Nashashibi, of Global Hope 35, a California-based non-profit organization, with the goal of improving the lives of women and girls globally and nationally through advoking for their safety, education, and empowerment to save lives. Rima Nashashibi discusses the immense problems with child marriages, the work that Global Hope 35 does, and the issues involved with human trafficking, 

Episode Highlights: 

  • Rima Nashashibi shares frightening statistics about the rampant amount of child marriage in the United States and worldwide.  
  • The American Medical Association has come out against child marriages.  
  • More than 80% of child marriages end in divorce.  
  • Child trafficking is a $150 billion industry.  
  • 90% of women in the sex industry have been trafficked are American.  
  • Most victims of human trafficking are trafficked by a partner, a family...
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Episode 24: Words of Wisdom with Sara Widdel Beaudrie

podcast Oct 01, 2020

On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne talks to Sara Widdel Beaudrie, author of the book Words Of Wisdom from the Wise Old Owls of North Dakota. Sara Beaudrie discusses what prompted her to write the book, what it consists of, how she gathered the stories and life lessons and insights that she learned along the way. 

Episode Highlights: 

  • Sara Widdel Beaudrie’s book Words Of Wisdom from the Wise Old Owls of North Dakota was inspired by her grandmother. 
  • Sara Widdel Beaudrie wishes for simpler times and not being so reliant on technology.  
  • What might the pandemic have been like when Sara Jayne and Sara Beaudrie were growing up? 
  • When people had less sometimes they were more willing to take chances to start businesses and passion projects.  
  • What were the ways in which Sara collected stories? 
  • Words Of Wisdom from the Wise Old Owls of North Dakota took a year and a half to write. 
  • People didn’t...
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Episode 23: Hands that Heal with Dr. Cody Senkyr

podcast Sep 24, 2020

On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne talks to Dr. Cody Senkyr, Chiropractor based in Indianapolis. Dr. Cody Senkyr shares the journey that has brought him towards becoming a chiropractor, the benefits of keeping your body tuned up with chiropractic work, and he also debunks some of the myths surrounding chiropractic work. 

Episode Highlights: 

  • Dr. Cody Senkyr has set up a new chiropractic practice in Indianapolis.  
  • How has it been starting a new practice during COVID-19?  
  • Education is needed to help people understand everything that chiropractic work can help their bodies with. 
  • Our lifestyles are breaking our bodies down quicker. It isn’t just an age-related thing.  
  • Dr. Cody Senkyr talks about an intense car accident his family experienced.  
  • Cody thought about benign a dentist at first before becoming a chiropractor. 
  • Spinal surgery can cost $80,000. 
  • What are some of the...
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Episode 22: Spreading the Gospel through Baseball with Miguel Terrero

podcast Sep 17, 2020

On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne chats with Miguel Terrero of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes about his journey to finding Christ. 

Episode Highlights: 

  • Miguel grew up with a Christian mom, while his dad was involved in “witchcraft.” 
  • His parents separated when he was young, and he ended up getting into baseball. 
  • When he was playing baseball, he didn’t share the gospel with his teammates or coaches. 
  • When he was 20 years old, he decided to stop playing baseball. 
  • When he first quit baseball, his father encouraged him to join the military, but he decided to instead devote his life to Christianity. 
  • Miguel is part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 
  • When focusing on his relationship with Christ, he felt called to repair his relationship with his mother. 
  • He is currently working on a mission in the Dominican Republic using sports as a ministry. 

3 Key Points:

  1. When he...
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Episode 21: Chasing the Sun with Casey Elmore

podcast Sep 10, 2020

On this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne talks to Casey Elmore about health and wellness, living life in a camper named Alpie with three kids and a dog, what it means to be “chasing the sun,” and more. 


Episode Highlights: 

  • Casey mentions that she has given birth to all of her children completely naturally. 
  • She and her husband and three children live in their camper and are traveling around the United States. 
  • Casey and her husband have an online wellness business that allows them to live the lifestyle they do. 
  • Even in their larger house, they noticed that they were all often in the same room anyway and it made sense to them to downsize. 
  • Casey says that they’ve had to be super intentional about their clothes and style, and it’s made her specifically really consider her sense of style and fashion and what it means to her. 
  • Casey and her family don’t carry health insurance because...
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Episode 20: The Detox Project with Henry Rowlands

podcast Aug 27, 2020

In this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, Sara Jayne speaks with Henry Rowlands of The Detox Project about testing people for chemical exposure, health problems caused by glyphosate, the history of glyphosate, and the importance of making chemical exposure a personal issue. This episode provides valuable insight into how chemicals affect us and what we can do to change the current system. 


Episode Highlights: 

  • Henry describes The Detox Project, which started as a testing organization.
  • They concentrate on hair testing. They test for agricultural pesticides.
  • They do testing on lots of people in different populations.
  • The other side of their work is about food testing to check for pesticides in food products.
  • Henry grew up on an organic farm in rural Wales.
  • He created his own platform, Sustainable Pulse, to publish articles about pesticides.
  • Glyphosate was designed in the 1960s to clean out metal pipes. In the 1970s people began using it as a...
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