Jeff Stern is a filmmaker, senior lecturer in Media and Culture at Bentley University, and the creator of “Seacoast Digital Fast” an event taking place May 3-5. Jeff talks about how digital fasting became one of his projects and what he hopes the event will do for the participants and what it will eventually become. He also shares a great perspective on going “all in.”
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of his life: 1st song: “Rock & Roll” by The Velvet Underground; 2nd song: “In The Aeroplane Over The Sea” by Neutral Milk Hotel; and 3rd song: “Upside Down” by Diana Ross.
Dr. Loren Allard is a chiropractor who specializes in women’s health. Her passionate focus is working with women in pregnancy and postpartum. She talks about creating greater awareness and connection in the body and how chiropractic is the path to sharing her gift of healing with mothers and their families. Loren shares her origin story and what it means to her to go all in.
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of her life: 1st song: “Wild Flowers” by Tom Petty; 2nd song: “There Will Be Time” by Mumford and Sons with Baaba Maal; 3rd song: “Super Woman” by Alicia Keys.
Libby Giordano joins me in the studio to talk about our unusual connection: Both our sons had cancerous brain tumors. We talk about how we found out about the tumor, how we helped our sons, the wonderful way the community helped us make it through the most difficult times of our lives, and the wonderful organizations that gave our children hope and love. If ever there was a time we went all in, it was with our sons’ cancer battles. Our hope is that this podcast can be a light and a resource for anyone who needs it.
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of our lives: 1st song: “Home” by Philip Philips; 2nd song: “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor; 3rd song: “Fix You” by Coldplay.