The Mountain Life

Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek  speak with Dr Joe Ferriter about his upcoming stress management course. It's free..and stress free! Then, The Good Shufu, Tracy Slater, about literature, writing, and
finding an unlikely love..in Japan.

freakonomics.com

On this episode, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney kicked off the show with a conversation with Freakonomics co-author Steven Dubner about the new book, When To Rob A Bank....and 131 more warped suggestions and well-intended rants. Author Julie Lythcott-Haims also joined the show to talk about her book, How To Raise An Adult: Break free of the over parenting trap and prepare your kid for success.

On this episode of The Mountain Life, Lynn and Tim kicked off the show with a visit from Laurie Moldawer, founder of the Park City Culinary Institute. The organization gained accreditation in April and will begin issuing degrees and diplomas this fall. Additional courses are being added and enrollment is now open. Sisters Lindsay and Lexi Kite then joined the show to talk about Beauty Redefined, their project to help people deal with body image issues.

courtesy Wasatch Backcountry Alliance

Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney talk with Tom Diegel of the Wasatch Backcountry Alliance, also a conversation about The Longest Date: Life as a Wife with New York Times bestseller and writer for Modern Family and Sex in the City, Cindy Chupack.  Then they’ll discuss the connection between - strangely enough, alcoholism and good writing, The Trip to Echo Spring, by Olivia Laing.

courtesy of Utah Avalanche Center

Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney talk with Paul Diegel, director of the friends of the Utah Avalanche Center joining us to talk about snow science, scary avalanches and how the forest service employs avalanche forecasters. Then, New York Times bestselling author, Simon Garfield, letter writer extraordinaire, who will talk about a lost art and his new book, To the Letter: A Celebration of the Lost Art of Letter Writing. Finally, Daniel Pink, author of the book, now in paperback, To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others.

 

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