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What does it mean to have it all? Each of us have a different answer to that question. No matter how we each define 'having it all' or how we go about achieving it, love is a key ingredient. The Made with love Experiment is an ongoing conversation with different artisans and small business owners to discover and discuss what it means to have it all.
 
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This week we’ve got a special guest episode with Brian Johnson, the creator of Optimize and the Founder + CEΦ of Heroic Public Benefit Corporation. Brian has spent half of the last twenty-five years as a Founder/CEO and the other half as a Philosopher, creating hundreds of his PhilosophersNotes summaries of all sorts of brilliant books worth readin…
 
This week, Pilar talks with special guests Leslie Salmon Jones and Jeff W. Jones, co-founders of Afro Flow Yoga. Leslie and Jeff created Afro Flow Yoga in 2008, fusing a new blend of expressive movement and rhythmic music from their own explorations of healing and their African-American and Caribbean heritage, in West Africa, Haiti and Jamaica. Les…
 
This week Pilar talks to a special guest — James Beard award-winning journalist, author, and food legend Dorothy Kalins. Dorothy is the founding editor of Saveur magazine and Metropolitan Home. She's also a celebrated cookbook creator and the author of a terrific new book, The Kitchen Whisperers: Cooking with the Wisdom of Our Friends.…
 
This week on The Living Experiment we bring you an episode that has been a very long time coming — a special guest episode with New York Times bestselling author John Zeratsky. John is the co-author — with Jake Knapp —  of two terrific books, Sprint (a popular business title from 2016) and Make Time: How to Focus On What Matters Every Day, which ca…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we're talking about the concept of the New Year — from meaningless consumer hype to contemplative pursuits that really can make a difference. We explore the potential pros and cons of leveraging the New Year as an opportunity for self-improvement, and we share the approaches we like best for pursuing change in ou…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we're talking about Midlife — that fun and potentially funky moment when you realize you might well have fewer years ahead of you than you've already put behind you. It's a clarifying moment for many, and a moment of crisis for others. A moment when we realize that we may not have lived our own highest choices up…
 
Life continues to be weird. So we are just rolling with it. This week on The Living Experiment, Pilar offers some updates and options for folks who want to stay connected and who are eager keep experimenting through the rest of 2020. Get full show notes and resources at http://livingexperiment.com/mini-update/…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, Pilar interviews a special guest, hunter-gatherer and rewilding enthusiast Daniel Vitalis. Daniel is a well-recognized advocate for what's known as rewilding, a term that he points out means very different things to different people. To Daniel, and also to Pilar, it means reclaiming and reconnecting with aspects …
 
This week on The Living Experiment we're talking about Moving Forward in this unusual time in history. Thanks to COVID-19, we're still recording from a distance. Since we were last in the studio though, and even since the last time we did one of our COVID-edition Facebook Live episodes, so much has happened. We've seen new waves of conflict around …
 
This week our guest is Terry Wahls, MD, a physician and scientific researcher best known for her groundbreaking work reversing autoimmune diseases — including her own disabling case of multiple sclerosis, which for a time had her confined to a wheelchair with very little hope of recovery. But recover she did, and what produced her recovery was an e…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, our guest is Dr. Frank Lipman, one of the world's leading integrative physicians, a thought leader and innovator in the realm of disease reversal, and the author of a bunch of books, including his most recent, How to Be Well: The 6 Keys to a Happy and Healthy Life. Frank Lipman, MD, is best known for helping high…
 
This week on The Living Experiment we have an extraordinary guest, functional medicine pioneer Dr. Jeffrey Bland. Dr. Bland is something of an international legend in functional medicine circles. A preeminent scientist dedicated to systems thinking, and a thought leader intent on transforming health care as we know it. Dr. Bland is a former biochem…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we’re talking about Dallas’s new book, The 4 Season Solution, which is now available in bookstores everywhere! In addition to recapping the central themes of the book, and hearing about the response it has gotten from early readers, we talk about the relevance of the book’s themes to the challenges so many of us …
 
This week on The Living Experiment we're talking about chronic disease reversal. Over the past decade there's been an emerging clinical awareness, with increasing research support, that many diseases we've been told are progressive and incurable can in fact often be turned around — or at least significantly ameliorated — through systems-based funct…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we’re talking about biometric devices — the appeal these fascinating little gadgets hold and the distractions they can present. From Fitbits and Apple Watches to Muse Headbands and Oura Rings, we evaluate the ways knowing more about our own biomarkers and daily patterns can help us become better stewards of our b…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we're talking, once again, about trauma - this time with internationally renowned trauma expert Dr. James Gordon. Pilar talks with Dr. Gordon about his new book, The Transformation: Discovering Wholeness and Healing After Trauma, about how we tend to get stuck in traumatic experiences of all sorts, and how we can…
 
This week on The Living Experiment we’re talking about Love — the romance, the heartbreak, the profound sense of connection that most of us are after. Both our desire for love and our struggles to navigate it are some of the biggest opportunities we have for growth, and for stress, both of which can have huge impacts on our health and happiness. So…
 
This week on The Living Experiment Pilar interviews a very special guest, clinical therapist and author Resmaa Menakem. We're talking about trauma, the effect it has on us as individuals, and also the impact it has on us in groups and as members of society. Resmaa's most recent book, My Grandmother's Hands, explores themes of ancestral and racializ…
 
Last week, after nearly a year away working on our books, Dallas and Pilar returned with a brand new "We're Back" episode of The Living Experiment. Soon, we'll be back again with a second new episode of the season. But in the meantime, by popular demand, we wanted to bring you a replay of our "Autumn" episode. This is the final installment in a ser…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we return from a nearly one-year recording hiatus with a report from the outer limits of book writing and creative life. Dallas unpacks the contents of his forthcoming title, The 4 Season Solution. And Pilar reflects, with unexpected emotion, on both the final push to turn in her book, The Healthy Deviant AND one…
 
Happy Spring, everybody! It's that time of year when our bodies come out of hiding, and when it seems like everybody has a plan for improving them. Bikini body workouts, beach-ready diets, perfect tan tips, the whole bit. So we thought that this might be a good time to roll out our "Healthy vs. Hot" episode. If you're at all inclined to feel like y…
 
Melinda Byrd’s family tree is filled with talented artists who were on the forefront of making rya rugs, a traditional Scandinavian wool rug. In 2011, Melinda made a video about rya rugs that sparked a lot of interest in the art, which led to Melinda leaving her 30-year career to bring the age-old art of rya rug making back. After crossing paths wi…
 
Life isn't perfect, and neither are we. It took Miranda, Momma of 3, crochet pattern designer and wife, a long time to figure this out. But once she did, her confidence grew and so did her business. Listen to learn how you too can embrace beautiful imperfections.
 
Ellen Bergmann of Salem, Oregon is a mom of two, crochet artist, pattern designer, former grade school teacher, and entrepreneur. (Phew.) Last year, after officially launching her business on Instagram, Ellen strategically leveraged hashtags to get noticed and network locally. It worked. Listen to learn how. Hosted by Nicole Snow, Founder & CEO of …
 
"The best advice I've ever been given: You are not for everyone, and that's OK." Cassondra (aka @RizzaKnits) is unapologetically a queen of color, which can be appreciated through a quick scroll of her instagram. As a knitwear artist, teacher, painter, and all-around creative person, she had to fight past negative feelings that people wouldn't like…
 
Do you believe that the energy you put out into the universe returns to you? Emily of @WithLoveFromMaine shares her story of leaving her Long Island, NY roots for the peace, beauty and inspiration she now finds in Camden, Maine. Listen to learn from Emily and Darn Good Yarn CEO & Founder, Nicole Snow how to put the power of positivity work for you.…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, in celebration of Valentine's Day, we bring you a replay of the third in a series of four special guest episodes featuring teachers from Lafayette Morehouse. For more background on this series, check out the introduction to the first Lafayette Morehouse episode, "Resistance to Pleasure". In this episode, Pilar ta…
 
Every season has its gifts, but we live in a culture that prefers to celebrate the bright, "go-go" energy of summer. Without the haven of a winter recovery cycle to replenish us, though, we get depleted, overstimulated, and overwhelmed. So in this week’s episode of The Living Experiment, we talk about the important and under-appreciated aspects of …
 
This episode of The Made With Love Experiment takes us to Sweden, where Nicole chats with Tess, a crochet artist living the island life. Over the past two years, Tess and her best friend and business partner, Kay have found so much joy through starting a business together. Listen to learn about the best ways women can work together, while staying i…
 
In this episode of the Made with Love Experiment, Darn Good Yarn Founder & CEO, Nicole Snow chats with Hannah of @TheCraftyFoxCrochet. Like most 20-somethings, Hannah struggled with figuring out her life path, to a point that brought on a bought of depression. By rediscovering her childhood love for crochet, Hannah overcame depression and figured o…
 
It takes a lot of guts (and ovaries) to be 22 years old, traveling the world, in college completing your graduate degree, and designing custom crochet pieces. In this episode of Made with Love, Eliana (aka @KnitSprout) and Nicole discuss Eliana's love for crochet and travel, and how the two intermingle. Join the conversation to hear how Eliana make…
 
"I dont even feel the breeze anymore" In this episode of Made with Love, Nicole Snow, Founder & CEO of Darn Good Yarn, chats about breastfeeding, knitting and everything in between with Jenny of @TwoWinks_. Jenny is custom knitwear designer and mom to baby Tommy. Click here to learn more about the Made With Love Experiment, an ongoing conversation …
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we're talking about the concept of the New Year — from meaningless consumer hype to contemplative pursuits that really can make a difference. We explore the potential pros and cons of leveraging the New Year as an opportunity for self-improvement, and we share the approaches we like best for pursuing change in ou…
 
There’s so much merriment, so much anticipation, and yet … the holidays can also feel like a lot of pressure to perform, to conform, to consume. Here, we share our thoughts on navigating this season with your sanity and sense of inner peace intact. From challenging the shop-and-spend cycle, to speaking your truth without inciting unnecessary confli…
 
In this episode of the Made with Love Experiment, Founder & CEO of Darn Good Yarn, Nicole Snow, chats with Ellie Price of @HookYarnCarabiner. Each month, Ellie and her husband live in and explore a new location. Our conversation decomposes Ellie's love for the outdoors and creating unique, functional crocheted items, such as chalk bags! Ellie's ult…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we’re talking about taking a Break — the value of choosing to pause a project or commitment, and the factors you might consider in doing so. We share the reasons, after 100 episodes, close to a million downloads, and 10 full seasons of live-and-in-person collaboration, we’re choosing to take a breather from our e…
 
In this first episode of The Made with Love Experiment, Nicole chats with Mary Ballard of @GoldfinchWoven about what she's learned so far about her weaving business, including the best advice she's ever been given. The Made With Love Experiment hosted by Nicole Snow, CEO and Founder of Darn Good Yarn, opens a conversation with those in pursuit of t…
 
This week on The Living Experiment we’re talking about Healthy Deviance (again!), so we’re calling this episode Healthy Deviance 2. First, we explore the evolution of Pilar's notion of Healthy Deviance, reflecting on how it has taken ahold and become part of a larger conversation about how to be a healthy, happy person in an often unhealthy, unhapp…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we’re talking about coping — the base level, essential things we do to get through our days, particularly when we’re under pressure and stress. In a world that can lead us to feel helpless, reactive, and overburdened, it’s important to have strategies for calming our nervous system, for managing our internal and …
 
In episode 4 of Wine Down Wednesday, Nicole chats with Theresa of @TeaganAndLu. Theresa and Nicole talk about the importance of building community around your business. Wine Down Wednesday (WDW) is a weekly live event on DGY's Facebook and Instagram during which our awesome Founder & CEO, Nicole Snow interviews the amazing artisans that we work wit…
 
This week on The Living Experiment we're talking about Introverts and Extroverts — from the different ways these two distinct types show up in the world to the sometimes perplexing ways they can relate. In the process we unpack our own introverted and extroverted tendencies, and we share expert insights on what both these types have to share with, …
 
This week on The Living Experiment we’re talking about Motivation — the force that gets us to do, accomplish, and change the things we want to. And the force that sometimes fizzles without our really understanding why. So here, we talk about the nature and source of motivation, and the art of cultivating it in the service of our highest goals. From…
 
Wine down with DGY Founder and CEO, Nicole Snow as she chats with Kay Wiley of @ACupOfCrochet about how crafting can enhance your mental health.Wine Down Wednesday is a weekly webinar (digital event) streamed live to Darn Good Yarn’s Facebook and Instagram. During our weekly Wine Down, Darn Good Yarn Founder & CEO, Nicole Snow has real talk with di…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we're talking about Meditation — its near-countless benefits for body and mind, and also the real and perceived barriers that keep many from embracing it. From the challenges of making space for a regular practice, to the frustration that can set in when we attempt to calm our chaotic minds, we talk about the blo…
 
In episode 2 of Wine Down Wednesday, Nicole chats with Kelsey Dauth from @ColdMtnCrochet about how to make the most of selling at makers markets.Wine Down Wednesday is a weekly Live event on Darn Good Yarn’s Facebook and Instagram. With help from DGY followers, Darn Good Yarn Founder & CEO, Nicole Snow has real talk with different Artisans, decompo…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we’re talking about the Enneagram — a personal wisdom tool that has been transforming lives and relationships for thousands of years. The Enneagram is generally thought of as a personality typing system, and it does sort people into 9 primary types, but it's different from other personality typing systems in a va…
 
Wine Down Wednesday is a weekly webinar (digital event) streamed live to Darn Good Yarn’s Facebook and Instagram. During our weekly Wine Down, Darn Good Yarn Founder & CEO, Nicole Snow has real talk with different Artisans, decomposing their craft to spread the knowledge & love. Join us for 30 minutes every Wednesday - you owe it to yourself!In epi…
 
This week on The Living Experiment we’re talking about Weight Loss — the myths, the methods, and the massive struggle it represents for the majority of Americans today. Starting with our own frustration with the muddled messages often broadcast on this topic, we strive to set the record straight. From the madness of trying to control one’s weight t…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we’re talking about Quitting — the importance of knowing when to do it, and the stigma that so often accompanies that decision. From jobs and relationships, to projects and attachments, we talk about both the pain and the relief of letting go of the things we once decided to pursue. And we point out that quitting…
 
This week on The Living Experiment, we’re talking about being Childless by Choice. That’s a decision that an increasing number of people are making these days, so the assumption that any given person is hoping to someday "get married and have babies" is increasingly a questionable one. And yet, those who consciously decide not to have kids are ofte…
 
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