ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Functional nutrition coach and chef Alexandra Jamieson, author of Women, Food & Desire and The Great American Detox Diet, shares new insights into what we crave and desire, and how to achieve the well-being and happiness we want. The Crave Cast provides valuable inspiration and information to help you get the healthy body, energy, and life you crave.
English
United States
226 episodes
since Oct. 3, 2014
explicit content

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25 non-fiction, self-help, and "fluffy fiction" books I read this summer: How do I source all these books? Libby and Overdrive Apps - both require a library card, you can download ebooks and audio books for free, or place a hold and they’ll be delivered to your device when it’s your turn. ThriftBooks app - used books for sale (usually for very cheap) by the owner Powells.com - used and new books, and you can enter the ISBN from your books and they’ll buy them back from you. You just ship them to Powells with their pre-paid shipping label and I always get credit on their website. Also, KindleUnlimited - it costs a bit, but for my fluffy fiction I go through them pretty fast. I also know that those authors do get paid by the page count I read, so that feels good. I’d be lying if I said I never get tempted by a good old fashioned book store - this summer I was in my home town of Portland, OR and simply HAD to get a new book off the shelves.   How I keep track of what I've read for future reference: For the non-fiction books, I like to take notes. I use Evernote and quote passages or write inspirations I get from the reading. Then I can tag them for future reference. So I have tags like coaching, growth mindset, courage, confidence, creativity, and marketing. I know some people use a google doc for this as well, which I use google for everything else, but Evernote’s tagging system is easier for me. Also, Evernote’s app is easier for me to use and I listen on the go a lot.
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