On the Kickin' It with Daree podcast, we talk about the things that matter to me, and the things that matter to you in the world of lifestyle, culture, coaching, personal development, personal growth, sprinkled with a little faith and lot of fun. Get practical resources and real advice that will inspire you to improve relationships, develop yourself, and handle everyday situations and stressors with insight. Each episode provides food for thought, tips and strategies you can implement to foster your personal growth and development, and live your life with more fulfillment.


  • You Dont Have to Call: Make it Easier to Buy Your Stuff!

    You Don't Have to Call: Make it Easier to Buy Your Stuff!

    27/11/2018 Duración: 14min

    Maybe I should have entitled this episode "I don't WANT to call," because that's what I meant. One of my pet peeves is dealing with shoddy customer service-- whether it's by phone or in person.  So I'm going to vent a little bit.  (Hint: Usher is right!)   Show Notes -

  • Youre Not a Screw Up!

    You're Not a Screw Up!

    18/09/2018 Duración: 04min

    Are you a perfectionist? Do you beat yourself up for even the simplest of mistakes? Well, you are NOT a screw-up. Here's what to focus on instead. Show Notes -

  • Frenemies No More: Surviving a Friendship Breakup

    Frenemies No More: Surviving a Friendship Breakup

    04/09/2018 Duración: 33min

    Friends don’t hurt friends—or at least the way it should be. Everyone has a story or two about getting stabbed in the back. What about friends who just suddenly stop all communication with you, and give you no reason? Dr. Jan Yager’s book, "When Friendship Hurts: How to Deal with Friends Who Betray, Abandon or Wound You," talks about the realities of friendship gone wrong. How do you deal with toxic friends? Why do some people have a pattern of picking the wrong friends, and end up getting used time after time? How can we choose positive, healthy friendships that enrich our lives, and spot them early on, weeding out the “frenemies” waiting to happen?   Show Notes -

  • Cultivating 10 Traits of Personal Power

    Cultivating 10 Traits of Personal Power

    21/08/2018 Duración: 37min

    In this episode, I'm covering 10 traits of personal power that you can use to enhance your life.  They all work together, but something in my message should resonate with you as a trait you can work on to enhance your personal strength and empower yourself.   The power of Thought (2:30) The power of Respect (4:26) The power of Giving (6:37) The power of Friendship (9:36) The power of Touch (11:41) The power of Letting Go (15:57) The power of Communication (19:36) The power of Commitment (25:43) The power of Passion (29:24) The power of Trust (32:05)   Show Notes -

  • 7 Things Every Woman Should Know and Believe

    7 Things Every Woman Should Know and Believe

    07/08/2018 Duración: 14min

    My work with teenage girls, from my books about self-esteem, to speaking engagements, is based on things I wish I had done differently, and things I would tell my younger self. Lately this podcast has been my platform of choice to continue to spread my message to girls and young women that YOU ARE ENOUGH.  So in today's show, I'm going to share with you just 7 of the many things I think every woman, whether young or not-so-young, needs to hear, know, and BELIEVE.  Because it's one thing to hear something about yourself, another thing to know it. But you can't stop there. You have to BELIEVE it so it can manifest into action.  A person who KNOWS right from wrong, or good from bad, will continue to do the same old things, and keep their same negative habits UNLESS they BELIEVE something different. Something better.  So if you know these 7 things, GREAT. But we need to BELIEVE. And sometimes, we forget and just need a fresh reminder.   Show Notes -

  • An Extension of Love: Fundraiser for George

    An Extension of Love: Fundraiser for George

    26/06/2018 Duración: 05min

    According to the American Kidney Fund (AKF), there are 30 million Americans living with kidney disease. My husband was one of them, until he died in April. June 21st, would have been his 43rd birthday.   AKF provided assistance for us when he became unable to work. The VA and Social Security didn't help us, but AKF did. So I'm holding a fundraiser in his honor to go to AKF, where 97 cents of every dollar raised goes back to patients and programming.   The biggest cause of kidney disease is diabetes. You can donate blood or platelets for chemo patients. You can contribute to the American Kidney Fund, which has many programs to provide assistance to kidney patients and living kidney donors.   My fundraising goal is $1,000 in 21 days. Visit to contribute.   Love means *action*. I hope you'll decide to do something in honor of him, me, or someone YOU love.  Let's help some folks who are still with us. Thanks so much!

  • Im a Newlywed Widow... Now What?

    I'm a Newlywed Widow... Now What?

    08/05/2018 Duración: 22min

    This episode will not be the typical show where we talk about different life strategies and personal development and I encourage you. This is an episode where I share my very personal story as I grapple with the grief of losing my husband less than a month ago. Today, I'm going to pay tribute to my husband, share a little bit about his journey, some of the feelings that I have about my grief and a couple of takeaways.   Show Notes -

  • 3 Things to Ask Your Adult Siblings

    3 Things to Ask Your Adult Siblings

    10/04/2018 Duración: 19min

    April 10 is National Siblings Day. As an adult, have you ever had issues with your siblings? Are you friendly with them, or barely speaking? Do you think you're too young or broke to have a will made (for you or your parents)? I'm talking about it today-- alone. My show, my thoughts, and I want you to let me know if you feel me on any of this. Show Notes -

  • You Mad? Dont Let Your Anger Kill You with Tyra S. Gardner

    You Mad? Don't Let Your Anger Kill You with Tyra S. Gardner

    13/03/2018 Duración: 40min

    There's a WHOLE lot of things in this world that can make us mad or get our last nerve. Tyra S. Gardner is a nationally-certified Anger Management Specialist, speaker, psychotherapist and author whose sharing some tips on managing your anger in business and personal situations.   Show Notes -

  • From the Boardroom to the Classroom: Authentic Leadership with Abigail Manning

    From the Boardroom to the Classroom: Authentic Leadership with Abigail Manning

    27/02/2018 Duración: 31min

    Having experienced childhood abuse by both of her parents, and domestic violence as an adult, Abigail Manning, Awareness Creator, now creates awareness of the codes, cycles and connections found in all forms of abuse. She teaches replacing ill-informed with recognition, blame with empathy, hurt with health, and fear with love. Learn how to stop abuse before it starts, develop more self-awareness and personal responsibility, and communicate healthy boundaries in work and personal relationships.   Show Notes -        

  • The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatment with Cindy Perlin

    The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatment with Cindy Perlin

    13/02/2018 Duración: 26min

    Cindy Perlin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, certified biofeedback practitioner, chronic pain survivor, and the author of The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatments: The Best and Worst Strategies for Becoming Pain Free. She is an expert in helping pain patients find safe, effective relief.  Download and listen to this #podcast where we discuss:   Some of the many safe and effective pain treatments doctors don't tell pain patients about How to [safely] take matters into their own hands to get lasting relief, and even permanent recovery.   Show Notes -

  • Go with the Flow with Amanda Laird

    Go with the Flow with Amanda Laird

    30/01/2018 Duración: 40min

    Your menstrual cycle is more than just bleeding for a few days each month. It's your fifth vital sign-- a crucial way to track your health.  But in order to shatter the stigma about our periods, we need to educate ourselves and get to know our bodies before we can change the way we talk about, and think about menstruation.   In this episode, fellow podcaster and holistic nutritionist Amanda Laird and I discuss: Common stigmas about periods that are NOT normal What a normal menstrual cycle looks like The importance of ovulation (not just your period) in your cycle  Tips for managing periods with food and your lifestyle Show Notes -

  • Love Your Body with Lu Uhrich

    Love Your Body with Lu Uhrich

    16/01/2018 Duración: 43min

    Lu Uhrich, Certified Eating Psychology Coach, helps women to find food freedom and practice body love, guiding her clients to overcome struggles with yo-yo dieting, food restriction, binge eating, loss of periods, shame, body hate. We talked about: What chronic dieting does to your mind and body, and how to become a "free" eater (2:45) How to "make like a tree": the analogy of a tree to reframe your relationship with food and your body (10:04) How to make peace with your body and food (19:00) Ideas for health goals that have nothing to do with dieting or weight loss (33:06)   Show Notes -    

  • Living on the Vedge with Ereena George

    Living on the Vedge with Ereena George

    09/01/2018 Duración: 23min

    Ereena George is a Moms Health Educator and Child Advocate, supporting moms in becoming healthy and whole so they can raise productive children. She explains how clean eating and juicing helped her conquer a poor diagnosis, and how you can begin a healthier journey this year with your diet. Show Notes:

  • Body Kindness with Rebecca Scritchfield

    Body Kindness with Rebecca Scritchfield

    02/01/2018 Duración: 38min

    Rebecca Scritchfield helps people make peace with food. She is a registered dietitian, nutritionist, certified exercise physiologist, author of the book "Body Kindness," and host of the Body Kindness podcast. She joined me on the Kickin' it with Daree podcast to discuss how beauty ideals counteract body kindness, how medical society gives us unrealistic ideals to evaluate health, avoiding "choice traps," and her new Spiral Up Club. Show Notes:

  • Can I Kiss You? - Building a Culture of Consent and Respect with Mike Domitrz

    Can I Kiss You? - Building a Culture of Consent and Respect with Mike Domitrz

    21/11/2017 Duración: 31min

    Mike Domitrz, Founder of The Date Safe Project talks with me about building a culture of consent and respect when it comes to the way we treat each other in everyday relationships, including: Why you should never tell your child to hug or kiss someone goodbye The correct response to a survivor of sexual assault who confides in you How assuming gender roles gets us in trouble Modeling a culture of consent and respect in your own life Show Notes -

  • Escaping The Strong Woman Trap with Sasha Mobley

    Escaping The Strong Woman Trap with Sasha Mobley

    07/11/2017 Duración: 34min

    Women are expected to meet demands and fulfill responsibilities in the professional world and at home. With professional and family obligations, talented, competent women often lock themselves into a "trap" of responsibilities and obligations with little to no time to pursue their talents or passions. As women strive to please their superiors, significant others and co-workers, they find themselves falling behind on the things that matter most. Thus, they fall into "The Strong Woman Trap."    Author and Coach Sasha Mobley suggests that women practice certain methods to have the lives they want and the respect they deserve. In this podcast, she explains the "The Strong Woman Trap," the ways to escape from it, the secret to empowerment, and discovering the support that was there all along.    Show Notes:

  • Healing Yourself Naturally with Marie Knoetig

    Healing Yourself Naturally with Marie Knoetig

    31/10/2017 Duración: 22min

    No one wants to set themselves up for premature aging or sickness. But, as healing arts practitioner, intuitive energy healer and author Marie Knoetig explains, there are many decisions we make without thinking that can lead us to grow old or keep ourselves in poor health. She discusses how to be a self-advocate for your health care and understand the infinite possibilities of health and healing that lie within you. Show Notes -

  • I Can Do That, Too: The Practice of Self-Discipline with Cornelius Simon

    I Can Do That, Too: The Practice of Self-Discipline with Cornelius Simon

    17/10/2017 Duración: 38min

    Cornelius Simon is a motivational speaker, life success coach, and corporate trainer in San Diego.  In this podcast, he explains how exercising self-discipline can result in creating positive new habits, boosting your productivity, and increasing your self-confidence.   We discuss: Discover how to conqueror procrastination and overcome anxiety Learn how to better manage distractions and interruptions Gain more confidence in completing tasks and accomplishing goals   Show Notes -

  • What I Wish Id Known About Suicide and Grief with Kristi Hugstad

    What I Wish I'd Known About Suicide and Grief with Kristi Hugstad

    10/10/2017 Duración: 40min

    After her husband's sudden suicide, Kristi Hugstad had to not only deal with her grief in a healthy way, but also find a way to move on and live a happy life once again.   Now as a certified Grief Recovery Specialist, her work has helped countless people through the most difficult times in their lives. Through her work, she hopes to help people who have experienced tragic events to gain a new perspective and renew their lives.  We discussed: Recognizing depression and mental illness (15:35) Asking the question, "Are you OK?" (20:51) The problems with the Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why, about teen suicide (23:04) The stigma of crying in front of people (28:40) The time it takes to grieve and the "get over it" sentiment (31:44) The stages of grief myth (33:24) What Kristi wishes she had known while her husband was still alive (35:19)   Show Notes - 

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