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Radically simple and ridiculously doable, The Feel Good Effect podcast will help you redefine wellness on your terms. Hosted by Robyn Conley Downs, this top-rated podcast draws from cutting-edge science on mindfulness, habit, and behavior change; offering a collection of small mindset shifts for more calm, clarity, and daily joy. With over 1 million downloads, listen in as we embrace the idea that “gentle is the new perfect” and redefine what it really means to be healthy.

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170 Why We Need Kindness Extremism Right Now Shola Richards

In this episode of The Feel Good Effect Podcast, we’re talking with Shola Richards about kindness extremism. Shola describes the power of treating others and ourselves with more kindness and how to show up a little more for each other.  Why We Need Kindness Extremism Right Now Shola Richards This …

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169 Why You Need to Be Exercise Snacking

In this episode of The Feel Good Effect, we’re talking about exercise snacking, little bursts of movement throughout the day. We’ll dive into how to feel good effect your exercise routine and I’ll tell you why ten-minutes of movement actually matters. Why You Need to Be Exercise Snacking This episode …

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168 Feel Good Effect the Holidays + a Decision Diet for Gifting

This Feel Good Effect Podcast episode is all about how to feel good effect the holidays. Let’s make the holidays less about adding more to your list and getting things done and more about how you actually want to feel. Bonus: We’ll talk about how to do a decision diet …

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167 Things to Leave Behind with Camille Styles

In this episode of the Feel Good Effect Podcast, we’re talking with Camille Styles about deciding what to keep or leave behind and cultivating intentional growth, even when it doesn’t mean doing more or getting bigger. Plus, Camille offers some tactical ideas on journaling that are valuable for beginner and …

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