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Wild with Sarah Wilson
Sarah Wilson chats wild ideas for a fired up life.The multi-New York Times bestselling author, activist, minimalist and former news journalist who founded the global phenomenon ‘I Quit Sugar’ travelled the world for 10 years (living out of one bag) to explore the freshest ways to live fully…and to save this one wild and precious life we have together.She riffs with philosophers, creatives, poets, scientists (and at least one nun!) on the Big Questions that haunt us. What goes through the mind of a prisoner on death row? How does Sia invent her art? Will we...
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4.8 stars from 856 ratings
From the start
I’ve been listening and reading Sarah for a long time now. She has a curiosity and drive that I relate to and that I don’t find in my daily life. Always so grateful for the interviews. One of my fav so far was Margaret Atwood!!!
Mamma J1791 via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 07/14/24
A must-listen!!!
A wonderful, thought-provoking podcast that illuminates the issues we’re facing as a society today. Sarah is a skilled host and communicator who explores questions that are not being asked in mainstream media. She offers the depth and connection I’ve been searching for.
NanneWrd via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/25/24
I remember an article Sarah wrote over 10 years ago ‘The Beautiful Truth’ and it resonates today as it did back then. Thank you for the peri menopause insight and a refreshingly natural appearance.
Siobhan TM via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/14/24
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