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BOO294 – ENCORE – BEING UNKIND TO MYSELF

How often are we hard on ourselves? How often do we deny our feelings or push through? What do we do when we REALLY see that we are being unkind? In this episode, we explore what to do when we observe harsh patterns.


BOO293- ENCORE – FINDING COMMUNITY

We are stronger when we work together. Reflections on finding community all around me.


BOO292 – ENCORE – LESSONS IN PROJECTION

We can learn about about ourselves when we pay attention to what bothers us about others.


BOO291- ENCORE – MISSING MOMENTS OF JOY

We cannot selectively numb our feelings. In other words, if you avoid suffering, you also miss out on joy. And when joy comes, many of us forbid it to linger, mentally rehearsing what could go wrong.

In this episode we will explore:

Why joy is considered a terrifying emotion
What helps us be more present to whatever shows up
How joy, health and gratitude are linked


BOO290 – ENCORE – DEFENSIVENESS

Defensiveness is a relational disease. How do we move beyond it to increase the quality of our relationships?


BOO289 – ENCORE – ENOUGHNESS

It is radical to imagine we don’t have to fix, acquire or change ourselves to access what Sonya Renee Taylor calls our innate enoughness.


The Adventurer & Her Husband

Polly Keith Scotland’s new book The Adventurer & Her Husband takes readers along for the hike in places including Nepal, Cambodia, Canada, the Rocky Mountains, Utah and even Mont Blanc. She stopped by the KBXE studio to talk about the book, how her adventuresome life began, and how she hopes her book inspires readers.


Centerstage Minnesota, January 7, 2022

Centerstage Minnesota features Minnesota artists in an eclectic mix of folk, rock, blues, jazz, and world music including Corey Medina & Brothers,Sugar on the Roof, The Cactus Blossoms, Becky Kapell, Annie Mack, Lance Bendson, Brothers Burn Mountain and more.


House Party

We’re switchin’ in the kitchen today on Stay Human, and the tap room is open too. Some spectacular desserts from the Chop Challenge at Northern Lights Community School, sample some home brew and a visit with one of America’s favorite brewers, and, if you’re hungry, we’ve got plenty of lutefisk left over from Christmas. Pull up a chair, it’s a house party today


Russ White: Face Value

Russ White’s exhibit Face Value opens tonight at the MacRostie Art Center in Grand Rapids. He joined the morning show to talk about his work, his need for multiple creative channels, and his medium of choice: colored pencils.


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McKnight FoundationPohlad family foundationThe Minneapolis FoundationSaint Paul & Minnesota Foundation