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Calmer in Five

5 Minute Mojo is the evening counterpart to the popular podcast, ZEN commuter.  Much like it's big brother, it has the same goal; to help you become calmer and more purposeful.

The show is significantly shorter but helps listeners become more aware of why they do what they do.  How does it accomplish that task?  By asking you thought provoking questions that you would never ask yourself; introspective questions that, when answered, will help you uncover your subconscious motivations for the things you do, whether they move you forward or move you back.

You won't want to miss this evening inspiration podcast.  It will have you pulling into the driveway at the end of the day calmer and wiser.

Dec 30, 2016

Today's question is a good one about appreciating what you have.  It will make you think, that's for sure.

Dec 29, 2016


I don’t blame you for wanting to eat everything you can possibly get your hands on at night.

A few months ago, I was called in for jury duty. I had never been and was fairly happy about being able to sit and read a book for 8 hours straight. I...

Dec 28, 2016


The Hidden Ways Sleep Deprivation Can Lead to Weight Gain


Can’t figure out why you’re gaining weight — or why it’s so difficult to erase those extra pounds? You might be suffering from sleep deprivation — even if you swear you’re getting enough sleep at night. In fact, one study presented at this...

Dec 27, 2016

Why Calories Don’t Matter by Mark Hyman, MD

The vast majority of conventional nutritionists and doctors have it mostly wrong when it comes to weight loss. Let’s face it: If their advice were good and doable, we would all be thin and healthy by now. But as a general rule, it’s not. And the mainstream...

Dec 26, 2016


By now most of you know that weight gain and obesity are far more related to complex reactions in the body rather than to calorie or fat intake, and that our weight and body composition do not so much depend on the dietary ingredients themselves, but much rather on the hormonal and biochemical reactions...