Two-hundred episodes of this podcast seems like a huge milestone I’m pretty proud of. We’ve discussed so much on this podcast including sex and using vaginal jade eggs, our periods, birth control and it’s impacts on the body. We’ve discussed relationships including everything from dating, to friendship to parenting, to motherhood to divorce. We’ve talked about wellness all over the spectrum including, aging, beauty, fitness, meditation, yoga as well as cooking. We’ve covered body image at length including intuitive eating and emotional eating. We’ve discussed mental wellness including the importance of community. We’ve also spoken about creativity with actors, actresses, writers, directors, musicians, and comedians. This episode covers a little bit of all of those topics. This week’s conversation with guest Sahara Rose is a long one, yet I never wanted it to end (we even had to take a bathroom break in the middle). We take a deep dive intro her wellness speciality: Ayurveda (she literally wrote the Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda), food as healing medicine, eating disorders and control related to them, the connection with bodies, creativity, writing a book, and the publishing process. She fully breaks down Ayurveda is, including what doshas are, her top Ayurveda tips utilizing it in daily life, dharma, how chakras connect to it, shamanic shaking, tongue-scraping and more. This episode is robust and packed with ancient wisdom that Sarah has modernized brilliantly. Her advice on family is one of the best answers I’ve gotten on that subject and she tells a magical story of a meaningful coincidence that changed her life and mine once I heard her tell it. I love this episode and the two-hundred that have preceded it. Thank you so much for listening.