Category Archives: Podcast Episodes

Episode 117: SOS

Ep: 117 Tracking SOS

Today’s Episode is all about tracking Salt, Oil and Sugar. I go over how money and food management is of the same vein in that they both require attention, measure and action. Tracking is the first step towards making changes. Those small little changes can become the very secrets to your success.

As much as this step may seem impossible or truly difficult, let’s try together to start looking at what we are doing so that we can add value in all the areas that matter the most.

My name is Robyne Hemingway and you are listening to Hemingway’s heart.

Episode 116: What is Your Financial Thermostat

Ep 116: What is Your Financial Thermostat?

Today’s episode explores what your financial thermostat is and how you can go about changing it. We cover what it is, how it came to be, how to change your income and outgo, and we briefly discuss ways to evaluate where you are and how to start the process of changing. We talk about creating a target in the areas of your life by creating measurable goals. We talk about creating a plan to raise your thermostat and that gradual may be best for your mind or psyche to actually absorb the new marker.

I appreciate you for tuning in, please subscribe and share this podcast with others.

My name is Robyne Hemingway and you are listening to Hemingway’s Heart.

Episode 115: The Best Four Kitchen Gadgets

Ep: 115 The Best Four Kitchen Gadgets or Tools

Today’s episode is about making life easier in the kitchen. I talk about my new favorite toy, The Instant Pot making bread, The Vitamix, The Crockpot and the Food Processor. I love these gadgets or tools. It’s like they are my best friends of the kitchen.

I go over a couple recipes like my favorite tomato soup in my Vitamix, its so easy, cut up roma tomatoes until Vitamix is almost full, add a half of an yellow onion, toss in a half of a serrano, some salt and pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and a 1/4 of one vegetable bouillon cube, if you can find fresh dill about a hand full. If not its nice to add some dried dill, but the soup is good without it. And finally, the secret ingredient is about a quarter cup of cashew nuts or macadamia nuts. You can add more, it will be thicker and more calorie dense if you add more. Run the Vitamix for about 5 or 6 minutes on high. PERFECTION!

I also go over my love of these gadgets, but my take away message is to eat at home as often as you can so you know what is in your food and you eat better. It is also cheaper and fun.

Thank you for listening to Hemingway’s Heart. My name is Robyne Hemingway.

Episode 114: Let’s Explore Self Mastery

Ep: 114 Exploring

Today we discuss the blocks, barriers and limited beliefs during our discussion of The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks and The Power of Intention by Dr. Wayne Dyer.  If you have not listened to Episode 113, you may want to in order to get more insight to this episode.

There are some key points to get you thinking and realizing that you have the power to steer your life in the direction you want it to go.

My name is Robyne Hemingway, thank you for listening to Hemingway’s Heart.

Episode 113: Taking The Big Leap

Ep: 113 Taking The Big Leap & Maximum Achievement

Today’s episode is about great inspiration. I talk briefly about a few books that have and are impacting me greatly. Maximum Achievement by Brian Tracy, The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks, 48 Days to The Work You Love by Dan Miller and The Secrets of The Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker.

If you want any personal growth to transform your life, these books are in my opinion must reads, must listens and must study. Go ahead and Take The Big Leap!

My name is Robyne Hemingway and you are listening to Hemingway’s Heart.

 

Episode 111: Let Food Be Thy Medicine- Says Hippocrates

Ep: 111 Let Food Be Thy Medicine Says Hippocrates

The Father of Medicine figured out a very very long time ago, that how we eat determines how well we feel and ultimately the health we radiate.

In today’s episode I discuss the power of flaxseeds and how to add them to your life EVERYDAY.

The benefits of flaxseeds; high in fiber, lowers blood sugar, high in Omega 3s fatty acids, promotes good cholesterol, anti aging,  treats many menopause symptoms, anti fungal, anti viral, good for muscle pain and known to reduce the symptoms of arthritis.

So, how the heck to we add it to our lives? You can add it to muffins, pancakes, cereals like oatmeal and cream of wheat and you can add it to your daily green smoothie.

First recipe discussed today; Green Flaxseed Smoothie-

20 oz water, 1-3 cups kale, 2T. Ground Flaxseeds, 2T. Chia seeds and 1-2 cups frozen fruit. You can also add an apple or a banana.  Blend and enjoy!

Second recipe; Flaxseed Oatmeal-1/2 oats,  1T. brown sugar, pinch of salt, pinch of cinnamon cover mixture with hot water and cook a few minutes, then just before eating toss in  1-3 T. ground flaxseeds and the sweetener of choice then stir and eat.

Next we have 4 no cook flaxseed oatmeal recipes variations; put them it in your fridge and eat the next day.

In a small mason jar add to each recipe; 1/2 Cup Oats, 1-3 T. flax seeds, 1T Chia seeds, 1/3 Nut Milk, Sweetener of choice about a tablespoon.

Then you can change it up, by adding blueberries, vanilla, maple syrup, honey, lemon zest, yogurt, almond extract, or any other fruit dried of fresh. Put it in your refrigerator and the next day it’s ready to be topped with a little more nut milk and drizzled with agave nectar.

Next, Flaxseed Cookies-1C. Flaxseed ground, 1C. Almond Flour, pinch salt, 1/4 c.to 1/2c maple syrup, 1/4c. water, 1t. vanilla. Roll into cookie and flatten at bit on parchment paper. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and 18 minutes.  Check every 5 minutes.

Flaxseed Crackers 175 degrees 2 hours then turn over and bake another 30 min.

2Cups Whole Flaxseeds, 3Cups Water set aside 15 minutes while you chop;1/4c bell peppers, 1/4c  cilantro, 1/8c red onion, 2tsp. garlic and 1/4c green chilies. Add all ingredients and stir. Then add juice of one lime and sprinkle with salt. Spread on a cookie sheet with parchment paper.

Final recipe for today, bake for 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Please preheat oven

Flaxseed Crackers; 1c. sunflower seeds, 1/2c whole flaxseeds, 1/3c roasted pumpkin seeds(pipitas), 1/4c roasted sesame seeds, 1 1/2c oats, 2T Chia seeds, 4T psyllium husk, 1 1/2 tsp Salt, 1T sweetener, 3T. Coconut oil, 1 1/2 cup water.  Then roll on to parchment paper on cookie sheet and bake for 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Please preheat oven.

And last tidbit, you can just put ground flax seeds in a bowl, add nut milk and sweetener and eat. It’s that easy.

Thank you so much for listening. My name is Robyne Hemingway and you are listening to Hemingway’s Heart.

 

 

Episode 110: Love and Compassion with Nathan Runkle~Mercy For Animals

Ep: 110…. Love, Compassion, Connection, Empathy and Core Values.

Today’s Episode is more than a book interview.  We dive into hope and inspiration about what could be; a world free from unneeded pain and suffering.

Nathan started an organization 18 years ago that devotes its entire existence to advocating on behalf of farm animals, especially factory farm animals. The organization is called Mercy for Animals.

And his book entitled MERCY FOR ANIMALS is available September 12th, 2017 on all platforms. You can also reach out and get involved @ mercyforanimals.org  or the good food institute @ GFI.org

In this podcast we cover a lot of ground, talking about animal rights, laws that protect the factory farms such as ag gag laws and libel laws from transparency and  we talk about going vegan and vegetarian or even being meatless on Mondays.

We talk about the circle of compassion and how it is growing but all of us can divert our gaze and ignore that murder is a part of our everyday lives often every time we choose to eat meat, dairy and eggs.

Nathan is very good at asking not for perfection but for progress. You can choose to get involved by donating or by volunteering, or you can take a stand to reduce your consumption of animal products.

Remember, it’s about the “kind” choice, the acts of love. Animals, all animals have the ability to feel pain and in today’s factory farms, the abuse is insane and while, you may not know it,  eating meat is no longer required. You can choose plants, you can choose your core values to be ethical, loving, and filled with compassion.

Please enjoy this interview with Nathan Runkle and get a copy of his new book Mercy for Animals.

My name is Robyne Hemingway and you are listening to Hemingway’s Heart

Episode 109: What the Plant Milk Is Going On?

Ep: 109 What the Plant Milk Is Going On?

Today, we talk about plant milk; soy, almond, coconut, oat, hemp, and rice. Why plant milk? First, the number one reason is milks made from plants are  a healthier choice to milk made by a Cow’s or any animal for that matter, especially when you make the plant milk at home.

All you need is clean filtered water and whatever you want to make your milk from. It helps to have a high powered blending such as Blendtec or Vitamix, but you can make it with any blender it just won’t be as smooth.

2. The second reason to add plant milks to your life is convenience. You can store boxed plant milks for a year or longer and you can store all the items that you  will need to make plant milks for just as long if not longer. This makes food creation fast so much easier. You can make smoothies, soups, cereals, baked goods, ice cream, desserts and so on. Also, making these items is super easy. There is no real skill required.

Once you make the any of the milks you will be so happy you ventured into this world of plant milks.

I also talk briefly about how cow’s milk is laden with chemicals, hormones, pus and antibiotics. You may want to watch some videos about the dairy industry and factory farming for added insights and information. It is truly a terrible industry and will aid you with the information needed to know what is really contained in dairy milk.

Most plant milks are 4 cups filtered water to 1 cup whatever you are making the milk from. But, remember the less water the richer and thicker the milk. To make it sweet you can add dates and or maple syrup. A pinch of salt and a squeeze of lemon is also a nice little addition create a nice flavor.

I hope you explore the wonderful world of plant milks and venture into making it at home.

My name is Robyne Hemingway and you are listening to Hemingway’s Heart

Episode 108: The Secret to Getting Stuff Done

Ep: 108 The Secret To Getting Stuff Done

Today’s podcast is about something we all know, but it helps to have a reminder every now and again. The art of getting stuff done. The power of to-do-lists…

I go over some tips and tricks on making it easier to tackle the mundane everyday stuff by breaking it into smaller parts, known as chunking. I talk about adding some of these to-dos to the Monday through Friday so that the weekend is not so full.

And basically, I think that managing our lives better makes for a better life.

My name is Robyne Hemingway and you are listening to Hemingway’s Heart.

Thank you