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.
Ryan Klein is back and we are chatting about how our identity changes as time goes on. Ryan talks about how this is evolving and it's good, while I was a little apprehensive about it. I also thought that as time passed I was no longer the person I used to be, Ryan had a different thought on that subject. This maybe is a female and male perspective on how life changes. And, for the record, I do not dwell or worry about what direction life is in, just aware of the changes.
Paulette Efimenko is someone who is near and dear to my heart. She was at my first two births, which were at home, and caught my babies. Paulette talks about why and how she got into home birthing and about her experiences along the way.
Dr. Kristina Jackson, head of research at OmegaQuant is in the Fast Lane to tell us the difference between Omega 3 and Omega 6 and why they are important for your health. Dr. Jackson also discusses different testing OmegaQuant does to help you improve your health.
Renee & Maria, a mother daughter duo and 7 Systems participants, are in the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne to discuss the program and how it has positively impacted their lives.
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Dr. Robert Silverman, a highly educated and proactive chiropractor, is in the Fast Lane to talk basic heath and low level laser therapy benefits.
Find Dr. Silverman here: Nutritional Strategy – Westchester Integrative Health (drrobertsilverman.com)
I recently started writing a little health article for the local paper. Also, would like to share here.
Let’s say you are sitting in the park on a nice spring day. Some people had been there before you and had a picnic, they had left a piece of bread behind on the ground. As you sit there you watch the ants start going to work on the bread. So many ants marching up to the piece of bread and grabbing a piece to take it home to store. It is quite the operation. They are so methodical, take a piece, back home to store, go back for another piece. Lather, rinse, repeat. You could sit there and be mesmerized by this process. The ants work together to reach their common goal. Why do we, as humans, seem to think we need to do things all on our own? Why do we think that we can make life changes without support? Can we do this? Yes, we can. However, it is better to have support. There could have been one ant that decided to take that bread apart piece by piece but that would have been...
Regina Lark is in the Fast Lane discussing how she helps people transform chaos into clarity! Regina is an organizing and productivity specialist who has authored two books and speaks to international audiences helping them improve their lives.
Anna Trefel is in the Fast Lane discussing her life long journey with natural living. Anna was raised in a holistic home and after her own health struggles now raises her daughters in a non-toxic, natural home. Anna is an inspiration to how she thrives to help people while living her own best life!
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She is back!! My friend, Casey Elmore and I have a candid conversation about life. Casey is an inspiration for people who want to step outside of the box and live life intentionally!