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04 | Finding Calm in Urban Chaos with Kate Lombardo

by Jennifer Tripucka
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Episode 4: Finding Calm in the Urban Chaos with Kate Lombardo {A Back-to-School/Work Special Episode}

This episode we’re enjoying the turmeric latte to put all other turmeric lattes to shame and sharing the latest Hudson County New Jersey news headlines. This week’s news includes all of the bar shufflings that have been going on in downtown Hoboken, the tallest building in Jersey City updates, and more.

Hoboken Girl contributor Kate Lombardo {who is also a yoga teacher and trainer, owner of Hudson Yoga Project, and positive psychology expert!} is here for a special self-care episode to discuss finding peace and calm in our urban environment. She shares some staggering stats about stress in the NYC area, as well as some must-know tips on how to find zen even when surrounded by traffic, congestion, and cranky people. It’s a MUST-listen for anyone returning to work after Labor Day Weekend!

We wrap the episode segments up with a hidden gem to check out, our “awards” for Hudson Hero + Hudson Zero of the week. Last but definitely not least, sharing the non-profit that you should donate your time to this week: Friends of the Loew’s in Jersey City.

{CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO EPISODE 3}

You can download the episode wherever you get your podcasts or click here. For iPhone users, play it here.


Our founder, Jen Tripucka, is the host of the podcast — but with many guest appearances by Hoboken Girl contributors, local residents, and more. Each episode may be different weekly — with different contributors on for our middle and end segments, as well as interviews with local residents, business owners, and more. The podcast is a focus on news + lifestyle and living in an urban Hudson County world.


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