How to follow along

Hey there listeners! I’ve been getting a lot of questions on how to follow along on iTunes and the email list, so I figured a visual is helpful.

Itunes: by rating, reviewing, and subscribing, the benefit is twofold.  For the listener, it’s easier to find the content.  If you download the podcast, you don’t have to use up your data to listen- it’s as accessible as any music you have! The more reviews and downloads there are, the more people will find the podcast, which of course would be helpful to me.  So, if you’ve enjoyed my content on iTunes, try the following steps.

Hopefully you’ve found us on iTunes.  Search Watered Grass and you’ll see my face.  By clicking “subscribe”, you’ll automatically be updated in the app when new episodes arriveitunes 1

Now that you’ve subscribed, leave me a review! This helps increase traffic to the podcast and gain new listeners.  Click “Ratings and reviews” under the podcast name:

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Click the button that says “Write a Review” and leave me some feedback! No email required, and if you’re uncomfortable you can definitely use a nickname or screenname.

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Cool! But even following on iTunes doesn’t get you all of the content! There are free bonus podcasts only available to  email subscribers! How do you become one?

Email list:

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When you came to the website, you should have seen an email pop up (unless you have them blocked).  This is the same as the “Sign Up for the Email List” link at the top of the page.  The email list ONLY is used for updating you when a new post is available, and sending you the passwords for exclusive content.  Your email is kept private; we do not sell our lists to third party companies!

If any of these steps don’t work, contact me through the “contact” link or shoot me an email dianabfuller89@gmail.com

S1E5: When their world turns upside down

In this week’s interview, get a glimpse into the work of a clinician whose clients are in the midst of major life changes.  My good friend Emma is a clinician at a program for children in crisis, removed from their homes by the Department of Children and Family’s.  As you can imagine, emotions run high in this kind of setting.  How does Emma take care of herself while taking care of the emotional needs of these children?

One of her newest ventures is into Qigong, a Chinese system of physical exercises and breathing control related to tai chi.  Interested? Here’s a link to get you on your way:

The National Qigong association:

https://www.nqa.org/what-is-qigong-

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S1E4: Making others happy: the noblest of art

When you think therapist, what do you think of? A long couch, where you talk about your feelings? Circles of people holding cups of tea? Today’s guest Katie Loux is a certified Art Therapist who brings her love of creative expression to adults with disabilities.

Katie Loux, licensed art therapist

Listen in to hear how she works with her clients, as well as what techniques she uses to keep herself happy! One of my favorites is her altered book.  Here all about it on today’s episode!

Some of her altered book

Find more images on my instagram, @wateredgrass

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S1E3: How do I learn to be happy?

As I continue on my happiness journey, I’ll share with all of you the things I’m trying.  In January I attended my first retreat through the Copper Beach Institute at the Mercy By the Sea.  The topic was an introduction to Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, or MBSR.  I’ll admit that I had some preconceptions about going to a retreat, and was both nervous and excited to learn more about mindfulness.  Check out this podcast for my rundown of my top take aways and myths busted about retreats and courses!

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S1E2: Why are you so obsessed with me?

Now that you know what we’re about, it seems fair that I should let you know what I am about.  Although I am a psychologist, my own happiness journey has not been easy.  Listen in to learn a little about my quarter life crisis, Pinterest obsessions, and more.

Circa 2011, before discovering I had sleep apnea2014, grad school graduation

Left: Me in 2011, not taking care of myself and shortly about to learn I had developed severe sleep apnea.

Right: 2014 graduate school graduation.  Figuring it out on the outside, still working on the inside

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2017. The secret? Goat yoga.  Kidding, but it does help.

Questions about this podcast? Comment below!

Do you want to hear about a specific topic in the realm of happiness? Do you yourself work in the business of happiness? Contact me using the links at the top of the page.

Happy watering!

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S1E1: Happiness & landscaping

Welcome to our first episode of Watered Grass! Thanks for tuning into my shiny, new toy.  Listen in to this episode for the who, what, where, and why of this podcast about happiness.  Learn why I’m obsessed with happiness, and a quick story of how I maintain my own in the face of job insecurity.

I’m so excited to talk happiness with you.  Do you have a specific topic you’d like to hear more about? Tweet or email me using the contact information at the top of the page.

Are you yourself in the business of happiness? Shoot me an email or tweet with what you do! I’d love to hear from you.

Keep watering that grass!

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How do I hear the podcast?

1. Use the Podcasts app by Apple. Search “Watered Grass” and you’ll see my picture pop up. Subscribe and listen in the app, or download to your phone!

2. Use Spotify . Search “Watered Grass” and you’ll see my picture pop up. Follow to listen for free or download with the paid Spotify app

3. All podcasts plus additional content will be available on this website! Listen through the player on the bottom left of the page, or with the link in each post (available Feb 25)

If you hook up to either Podcasts/iTunes or Spotify, you may find a surprise 😉 If you see my face, you’re in the right place

Happy listening!

The Subjective Happiness Scale

In my interviews, you’ll hear us talk about a scale that each interviewee completes for me.  I’m a psychologist, I had to! This scale is free and available for all noncommercial use.

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Lyubomirsky, S., & Lepper, H. (1999). A measure of subjective happiness: Preliminary reliability and construct validationSocial Indicators Research, 46, 137-155. The original publication is available at http://www.springerlink.com.