Episodes
Earlier this week, the heavens opened and Amazon dropped off my pre-ordered copy of "Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Royal Family."Today's episode is my virtual book report about the long-awaited, loosely authorized biography of...
Published 08/13/20
We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to bring you stop one of my pandemic apology tour. I seemed to semi-skate through the summer, able to compartmentalize the weight of looming school uncertainties and go with the flow in a very...
Published 08/07/20
My birthday is tomorrow, and to celebrate I'm rereleasing my favorite But Not All At Once episode yet. My dear friend Brooke Turner passed away six months ago this week, before COVID turned our world upside down. The cancer that took her is not her...
Published 07/30/20
If you're between 25 and 45, or just have an affinity for films of the '90s and early aughts, join me for a wave of nostalgia about the movies that shaped us.This is hands-down my most conversational episode ever, barring the fact that it's a monologue....
Published 07/23/20
Dr. April Czarsty is a pediatric dentist who has virtually earned a congressional medal of honor through her work with my four children alone. Today, however, she's talking about entirely different things. If you've needed a warm and fuzzy break from...
Published 07/16/20
Dr. Nika White joins us this week to dive into how diversity makes every aspect of our lives - work, school, worship and play - richer.Nika helps us understand the difference between equity and equality (you can thank me for my genius pancake metaphor...
Published 07/09/20
"It just feels like the world is on fire." If I had a dollar for every time I'd heard that sentence this last month, I'd be treating you to an extra-large Chick-fil-A combo meal by now.The scales on many of our eyes have fallen away in recent weeks;...
Published 06/11/20
This episode isn't a sermon or a lecture; I'm not qualified to deliver either. Instead, it's a window into what I'm doing and an invitation to join me in learning and listening. It's time for more than a broken heart emoji on a social media post, but...
Published 05/28/20
Let's consider today's episode the first of many about intuitive eating - a self-care framework that pulls our focus inward, away from diet culture and external authorities on wellness.Truth be told, it's a scary concept for many of us. Trust our...
Published 05/21/20
It seems we're all having the same conversations these days. No one's going anywhere, doing anything, or sharing any titillating stories they experienced outside of TikTok.We want to be there for each other, but when we're not even sure what WE need,...
Published 05/14/20
Little of what we're facing right now feels normal, sustainable or easy. Today, counselor Caroline Stayer-Brewington talks us through why quarantine feels hard and what we can do about it.We dive into our best means of coping in quarantine, how mental...
Published 05/06/20
But Not All At Once just celebrated its first birthday! (And I nearly missed it.) It wasn't marked the way we intended, but 50-something episodes, oodles of downloads, and a few thousand laughs-while-sniffling later, I'm so proud of what we've built....
Published 04/30/20
Published 04/30/20
It's been a few weeks since we chatted about the history, protocol, romance and tabloid headlines shaping the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's future. Since then, besides the explosion of COVID-19, there have been some major - and somewhat explosive -...
Published 04/24/20
Hello, and welcome to quarantine. It's a simple enough concept, right? Stay put. Stay safe. We want to embrace it whole-heartedly, to be thankful and still and use the time to tackle all manner of long-overdue projects. So WHY DOES THIS FEEL SO...
Published 04/07/20
Early in 2019, I decided to step off the scale for a full year. I brought it up in the But Not All At Once Instagram community, and the feedback was overwhelming - questions, worries, fears, curiosity. In the 14 months since, I haven't cheated once;...
Published 03/22/20
It's the oddest dichotomy: we're all in this quarantine thing together, but everyone feels entirely on their own. The road ahead seems cloudy, and there's more than enough panic to go around - but not enough ground beef or toilet paper.Here's a quick...
Published 03/17/20
Imagine your brain is a laptop. If you pulled the Task Manager up, what would it look like? Does it feel like 54 different "apps" are running in the back of your mind at all hours? Like a million tabs are open, but no one else can see what's clogging...
Published 03/04/20
Brooke Turner would have been 40 years old tomorrow. She passed away on February 2 from Stage IV breast cancer, nearly five years after her initial diagnosis. Cancer is not her legacy, though; that's spelled out here in her own words, chronicling the...
Published 02/26/20
Susan and Jason Smith faced the unimaginable nine years ago: their two-month-old daughter passed away while recovering from open heart surgery.Born perfect and pink despite a severe congenital heart defect called HLHS, Emerson Rose Smith inspired her...
Published 02/19/20
February is American Heart Month, and today's story will warm yours - and possibly give it (like mine) some palpitations. The Poole family was planning a low-key night of burgers and Clemson football when Stephen returned from the grill to find Mandy, 8 weeks pregnant and 32 years old, unresponsive on the couch beside their two children. He checked for a pulse and, finding none, performed 11 minutes of (untrained) CPR to keep Mandy and their baby alive. While she and two-year-old Owen are...
Published 02/12/20
Where did the Sussexit arrangement land? Anne walks you through it.
Published 01/22/20
Anne dives into the changing roles of Harry and Meghan.
Published 01/15/20
Emilie Blanchard wants us to start small and end big.
Published 01/08/20