Listen to past programs
Sail Simon joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss Financial Education and Management throughout your lifespan.
Sherrie Eldridge and Meagan Kellogg Keener joined
Wriggling in the Middle to discuss the life of adoption.
Author Carolyn Rosenblatt joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss the conflicts that arise when dealing with aging parents.
Author of Getting Past Your Breakup, Susan Elliott, joined WITM to discuss divorce, broken relationships, and tips on how to cope.
Retirement and Investment expert Julie Jason joins Wriggling in the Middle to discuss managing retirement wealth.
Author Dwain Shank joined Wriggling to discuss his latest book, Reset: How to Beat the Job-Loss Blues and Get Ready for Your Next Act.
Two great guests joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss overcoming binge eating, and how it is never too late to exercise!
Wriggling in the Middle discussed Financial Education and Management throughout Your Entire Lifespan with Saul Simon, Certified Financial Planner.
Linda Herman, author of Parents to the End: How Baby Boomers Can Parent for Peace of Mind, Foster Responsibility in Their Adult Children, and Keep Their Hard-Earned Money joined Wriggling in the Middle to discussing adult children and experiences.
Meg Cox joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss Holidays and Family Traditions and the comforts of human connection. She is the author of The Book of New Family Traditions: How to Create Great Rituals for Holidays and Every Day.
Katie Hafner joins Wriggling in the Middle to discuss her Memoir - Veteran journalist Hafner writes with compassion and wit about the often uneasy alliances between mothers and daughters and the surprising ways in which relationships can be redeemed even late in life.
Joyce Marter joined Wriggling in the Middle to discuss Work/Life balance. Is it possible to achieve?
Holly Bruno, author and attorney, and Luis Hernandez, Early Childhood Education Specialist, join us to discuss niceness. Do you think a person can be too nice?
Dave Grotto, president and founder of Nutrition Housecall, LLC, joins us to discuss how certain foods can affect our health, in good and bad ways. Also joining us is Rebecca Katz, author of The Longevity Kitchen, who will be discussing how to eat healthy while keeping flavor and satisfying cravings.
Fred Feldman, author of How to Save the World on $5 a Day, joins us to discuss how we can improve our sense of well-being and our outlook on life through acts of charity. Also joining us is Matt Tenney, who will share with us why leaders and corporations who give back actually benefit from these acts.
Peter Bregman, author of 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done, joins us to discuss how we can make the most of our time.
Dr. Sandra Steingraber, Ecologist, author, and cancer survivor, joins us to discuss how the changes in our environment have impacted our children.
Jacqueline Marcell, author of Elder Rage, joins us to discuss the importance of early diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s. Also joining us is tai chi master and Taoist monk Arthur Rosenfeld, who will discuss the ancient art of Tai Chi, which can calm minds and heal bodies.
Nancy Collamer, author of Second-Act Careers: 50+ Ways to Profit from Your Passions During Semi-Retirement, joins us to discuss how to find fun, fulfilling, and flexible ways to profit from passions during semi-retirement years.
Elizabeth Larsen, author of Unbored: The Essential Guide to Serious Fun, joins us to discuss activities to keep children active during while indoors, outdoors, online and offline.
Barbara Reich, author of Inside Secrets of an Organized Mom, joins us to discuss how to organize your life.
Dr. Dennis McCullough, family physician and geriatrician, joins us to discuss “slow medicine,” a term used to describe a new approach for improved quality eldercare.
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