RETURNING SEPTEMBER 10!
We are currently on hiatus for the summer and will return with new episodes September 2018.
Human connection is the multivitamin we all need more of. On a cellular level, we are wired to connect and the extent to which we positively sync with others, even strangers, has a huge impact on our lives, inside and out. Imagine if our lives could be exponentially upgraded just by bringing more attention and intention to the way we connect with others. That’s living The Synced Life.
To me, life is about constantly evolving as a human being. It's about using the experiences presented to us every single day to upgrade our consciousness, even if it's only by the smallest amount.
Have a conversation with me and within minutes you'll discover that I am an insatiably curious lifelong learner, reader and podcast devourer.
I’m on a journey to learn more about how to maximize what researchers have found is the most critical factor in our health, happiness and well-being: the way we connect with others.
I was born and raised in Toronto, Canada, and I've been a resident of Orlando, FL since 2006
I launched (and still run) a lifestyle blog in 2007, the same year I started freelance writing for magazines both locally and beyond.
I'm a seasoned speaker and a sought-after television news guest. But mostly I'm just a human being, trying to figure it all out, not make too much of a mess of things, and learn a few things along the way.
Kasley Killam is a program manager at Verily, where she sets the strategic direction and oversees the implementation of community engagement initiatives for Verily's national clinical research platform. Based in San Francisco, Kasley spends her evenings and weekends mobilizing efforts to combat loneliness and promote social health as a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, member of the board of directors for the Community Living Campaign, and contributor to Scientific American. Learn more at kasleykillam.com.
Laura Archer is the author of Gone for Lunch: 52 Things to do on Your Lunch Brunch, a book she wrote on her mission to reclaim her midday break and to find more time for herself, her interests and her self care. Through her book, blog and workshops, Laura aims to help individuals and companies to appreciate the unbelievable benefits of taking a lunch break - even if only for 20 minutes once or twice a week. Learn more at goneforlunch.com.
Shea Tuttle is co-editor of Can I Get a Witness? Thirteen Peacemakers, Community-Builders, and Agitators for Faith and Justice. She holds a master of divinity degree from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University and is a student in the master of fine arts in writing program at Spalding University, concentrating in creative nonfiction. She is working on a book about Mister Rogers.
For iPhones and iPads, use the Podcasts app, which is already installed on your iPhone. In the Podcasts app you search for The Synced Life and then hit subscribe.
For Android phones and tablets, use the Stitcher app, which is downloaded from Google Play. In Stitcher, search for The synced Life and add it to your Favorites List. Now go to the Favorites List. Tell it to download new episodes by clicking the gear in the upper right corner.
Also, listen here: