podcast 9: what to do with overwhelm

podcast 9: what to do with overwhelm

There is so much going on, and there is too much going on. And it is so easy to get overwhelmed with all of life's demands and distractions. But feeling overwhelmed doesn't have to be a normal way of life.

This week's episode offers some simple ways to give your overwhelm a hug and let go of what isn't needed.

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a hello + a see you later

a hello + a see you later

It has been a wonderful whirlwind of a time here in the Naturally Randi Kay universe. The past few months have been full of magical moments at my studio, creating new content on the weekly newsletter, spending as much time as I can with loved ones (ok, mostly just snuggling with my goldendoodle every chance I get), taking some time off of the newsletter, and producing new ways to spread the self care message. 

Because it is not wise to do all of the things, this blog was one of the things that went to the wayside. But I have missed it. And I will be back for regularly scheduled, inspiring programming. But not quite yet. 

podcast 8: the ultimate un-gift guide

podcast 8: the ultimate un-gift guide

To counter all of holiday shopping hullabaloo, I created the Ultimate Un-Gift Guide, a list of more meaningful ways to spend your money and time this holiday season. 

Instead of giving in to the pressures of overspending and giving inauthentic gifts that your loved ones may or may not like, why not give something more valuable: your time, your presence, and meaningful experiences.

podcast 7: megan gilger on the power of gratitude

podcast 7: megan gilger on the power of gratitude

“How the seasons change taught me that nothing ever lasts forever. That's both a reassuring thing, but also a moment to really realize that you have to live in the present. Seasons invite a way to look at how much we’ve grown.”

The reason for the season this coming week is our quiet but mighty hero, Gratitude. Noticing what we are grateful for can bring light and positivity to any given moment. It can transform the hardest of times into times of sweet growth, and it enhance our most joyous moments.

In this episode, Megan Gilger from The Fresh Exchange shares how her gratitude practice helps her live a more seasonal, intentional, and fulfilled life.

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podcast 6: how to recognize your own (inner) voice

podcast 6: how to recognize your own (inner) voice

Do you know what you sound like? Not your talking or singing voice, but your wise, true, authentic voice. The one that guides you and looks out for your best interest.

In this week's episode, we talk about how to recognize your inner wisdom, including a five step process on how to get that voice to speak up.

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podcast 5: time is on your side

podcast 5: time is on your side

Time. It seems to be endless, yet it's become more precious than gold. It can stand still, and it can zoom by. It can age, and it can heal. It's a steady constant that governs days, months, years, and seasons like, well, clockwork. 

So why does it take so many forms? Why does it seem like a fickle trickster, messing with our concept of what time actually is? What if the problem is actually us and our brilliant human minds?

Today on the podcast, in honor of daylight savings time, this episode talks about how we can use time for our benefit when it comes to taking the time needed for our self care practices.

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podcast 4: rituals for autumn

podcast 4: rituals for autumn

This week's episode is all about embracing the transition from Fall into Winter. Take a listen to hear my favorite things to consider during this time of year and suggested rituals to do as part of your Autumn self care practice.

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podcast 3: jessica williams on the good, the bad, and the magical of the healing journey

podcast 3: jessica williams on the good, the bad, and the magical of the healing journey

Jessica Williams is most commonly known for her work running the social media for The Minimalists and co-hosting The Mind Palace Podcast. But Jess is also insightful and wise on the matters of going through a difficult healing journey. 

In this episode, I get to have an intimate chat with Jess on not just working through her autoimmune disease, but we talk abou trusting your intuition, having authority over your own body, feeling abundant and content instead of feeling deprived and without, the healing power of minimalism, bringing small doses of luxury into our everyday life, creating an environment to be able to calm yourself down.

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