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We're Totally (Not) OK

Toronto actors Caleigh Le Grand & Tanya Bevan explore the intersection between mass media culture and mental health.
Sep 27 2019

EAT. SLEEP. GROSS. w/ Luke DePron

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We're Totally (Not) OK

EAT. SLEEP. GROSS. w/ Luke DePron

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LEVEL UP your health and fitness with Luke DePron! Luke hops on the phone with us all the way from San Diego, Californ-I-A, to chat about healthy habits, having a gross mindset versus a fixed one, and rightfully calls Cales out for having prioritized moving three coffee makers into her new home over a bed.

If you’re looking for some tips on how to start shifting your mindset towards a path that helps you find more health and happiness, look no further. In fact, just close your eyes and pop this in your earholes. From navigating the online world of cross-border connections to digging into the here and now with your physical form, Luke shares his journey towards feeling good and reaching for more in the fitness industry as well as the world of entertainment!

P.S. This might also just be one giant anti-Wayfair commercial. Who can never be sure?

HILARIOUS ADDENDUM: You’ll hear Luke speak about the “growth mindset” not gross — referring to a term coined by psychologist Carol Dweck. We won’t bother explaining how Cales rationalized “gross” as the for sure thing Luke said. We’ll save that for another story and leave the title, so we can laugh at Cales.

Luke DePron lukedepron.com @livegreatlifestyle

Cool Things: Tanya’s: ouraring.com

Cales’: nexttribe.com/swedish-death-cleaning/ parcast.com/leo-today GUYS! THEY HAVE THEM ALL: parcast.com/signs


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