In Episode 22 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, Jan O’Brien records her experience live at Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals in Las Vegas. In the Reach Your Peak segment, learn more about Joan Brackin, founder of the Someday Is Now Non-Profit Organization and her Thrive After Corporate endeavor. Matt Emerson goes on location at Kings Canyon National Park for this week’s Wandering Zen.


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WBNL 52 Tip –  The Golden Knights Unite!



Jan captures the excitement of being live at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals with the Vegas Golden Knights down 3-1 against the Washington Capitals.  She discusses how the Golden Knights have helped transform Las Vegas and build a stronger community from the tragedy of the massacre on October 1, 2017 through the unbelievable inaugural season and the Stanley Cup finals.  #VegasStrong #VegasBorn #GoKnightsGo


Reach Your Peak – Entrepreneur Joan Brackin Interview



About our guest: Joan Brackin

joan brackinJoan Brackin is the founder of Thrive After Corporate, a cutting-edge virtual wellness business operating as a California LLC and based in Carlsbad, California. They specialize in regaining and sustaining the vibrant wellbeing of post-corporate employees using the powerful techniques of integrative medicine, emotional healing, spiritual transformation, and social integration. Thrive After Corporate was established to address the many issues associated with Corporate Burnout, which occurs when the many stressors associated with hectic, high-pressured careers degrade the physical and emotional wellbeing of an employee. Corporate Burnout often manifests itself as adrenal fatigue, thyroid dysregulation, intestinal issues, adverse metabolic conditions, anxiety, depression and even post-traumatic stress disorder.

Joan is also the founder of the non profit organization-Founder of the Someday Is Now. This organization is dedicated to helping inspired people achieve their dreams. Joan is a staunch supporter of living life uncontained and believes everybody should experience the joy, pride, and soul-level satisfaction of accomplishing their cherished dream.

Someday Is Now is a Global Social Movement created to provide inspiration, support, and resources to anyone with a dream and a desire to achieve their aspirations. Through participation in our Someday Is Now movement, you’ll receive tools and resources to help you take that leap of faith and transform your aspirations into accomplishments.

Contact Joan at 619-840-6036,

Wandering Zen – On Location:  Kings Canyon National Park


EP22_Wandering Zen - On Location from Kings Canyon National Park

In this week’s Wandering Zen, Matt goes on location in Kings Canyon with his wife and 2 incredible friends who are celebrating 50 years of adventure in this majestic and inspiring National Park.  The studio becomes nature as they record next to the Kings River and share stories of the trail, info about that park, and what draws them back every year.

Visit the National Park website for all things Kings Canyon!


Matt Emerson Wandering But Not Lost Luara Dennis Sue


Matt Emerson Wandering But Not Lost Kings Canyon National Park


Matt Emerson Wandering But Not Lost Kings Canyon National Park


Matt Emerson Wandering But Not Lost Kings Canyon National Park


Matt Emerson Wandering But Not Lost Kings Canyon National Park


Matt Emerson Wandering But Not Lost Kings Canyon National Park



Zumwalt Meadow

Roaring River Falls

Grant Grove

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