Welcome to the Two Boomer Women Podcast
Two Boomer Women is hosted by One Boomer Woman – Agnes Knowles – while the second Boomer woman – Mar Sulaika Ochs – is on sabbatical.
Currently the second Boomer Woman chair is a revolving door of guests who have something to say to Boomer Women. If you’re ready to listen, tolerate and maybe learn something, click the button above and listen in to the podcast.
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Guest: 03 February 2021
Robin is the full-time caregiver of a mother with advanced dementia. Her story includes her appreciation of CBD oil and her impressive immune system booster. The link is for her Immunity product.
Guest: 10 February, 2021
Michelle is a Gen-X-er who had a great career but, after the birth of twins, she decided to be a stay-at-home mom. Might sound familiar? So many of us can identify with all the stages of personal reflection and evaluation that mothers go through – seems to be a generational constant?
Guest: 17 February, 2021
Nahanni will help you build a personalized financial security plan. Financial security planning is about more than just retirement planning – it’s about building a financial strategy that considers your immediate needs and your long-term goals and dreams.
Guest: 03 March & 10 March, 2021
With 20+ years experience in natural medicine, Marnie added Breast Cancer Coach to her repertoire after receiving her own diagnosis in 2004/5.
It takes two episodes to review her 24 Ways to Decrease Your Cancer Risk – all of them pertinent and actionable.
Guest: March 17, 2021
Everyone needs an alter ego! Maggie Thom is the pen name of the award winning author who has penned some of the most gripping, twisting-and-turning novels Agnes has ever read. In this episode she discusses some her methods from idea to publication.
Guest: 24 March and 31 March, 2021
Phyllis’ first word was why. This simple word has led her into various fields of inquiry and years of study. Metaphysics led to Western Astrology, which led to Psychology and a Master’s degree (1986) in Human Relations. (Working with community counselling and psychiatry (Schizophrenia)). These paths prepared her for an introduction to Jyotish (Eastern or Vedic Astrology) and that led to the Veda of India. The Veda led her to world history, physics and back to her original question: why do we act the way we do.
Guest: 07 April 2021
Glenna Mageau (yes, I know she looks a lot like Maggie Thom ) is a story-teller who also captures story about our elders. She gives us so many tips and insights into how to how do that well in this episode.