Ever heard of Shittens? They are disposable, mitten-shaped moist wipes that were created because "no one wants poop on their hands". Rachel Fine, our dear friend of over 20 years, is one of the inventors of Shittens, but she's so much more than that! You might know her as host of various shows on Howard Stern TV, reporter for Travel Channel's Paranormal Paparazzi, singer and songwriter of the album "Own Your Own", chief ambassador of the MacDella Cooper Foundation, and co-owner of the Gigglewaters Social Club & Screening Room in the Tampa Bay area. She also has two kids and at least that many pets. As if that weren't enough to cover, Rachel is here to tell us how her pesky varicose veins led to the discovery of a rare vascular condition called May-Thurner Syndrome. This is potentially life-saving information for our listeners, as the condition disproportionately affects women and is usually not found until after someone has died! We also talk about burnout, IV Ketamine treatments, and how your career shouldn't define you. It's easy to bounce from topic to topic when you're bouncing with your bestie.
Where to find Rachel
Rachel Fine Twitter
Rachel Fine Insta
Rachel Fine Facebook
Rachel Fine Website
Gigglewaters Social Club and Screening Room
Mentioned in the episode
Thank You to Shittens from Project Hope
MacDella Cooper Foundation
Chronic pain is surprisingly treatable — when patients focus on the brain
Burnout by Emily and Amelia Nagoski
Feminist Survival Project - Episode 63 - How to Listen to Your Body
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Julia G Wellness
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