Posts tagged simple self care
Ep. 3.10 You Are Not Alone + Other Summer Self-Care Musings

On the final episode of Season Three, I get to answer some very relatable listener questions about moving forward into Summer with more confidence, more time, and more intention.

I also share some very important announcements about changes to the podcast, my break from social media over the Summer, and my biggest life lessons learned from the high’s and low’s from this past season.

Listen along as I chat about:

  • The power of asking for help and leaning on your community

  • How to practice self-love while bringing that Summer bod out of hibernation

  • How to not to overcommit to social pressures and obligations this time of year

  • How to refuel and refresh and savor the sweetness of Summer

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Ep. 3.9 Finding Your Freedom with Michelle Knight

Feeling free and fulfilled in life can sound like a distant, far off goal. And sometimes it can sound almost impossible.

But with this week's episode, Business + Branding Coach Michelle Knight of Brandmerry Coaching is here to share with us how close we are to figuring out what freedom means to you personally and how in reach it actually is.

Take a listen as we chat about:

  • building a life around your definition of freedom

  • how to create freedom with wise structure and daily routines

  • the power of simplifying your life and your business

  • the importance of constantly checking in with what you need and how you are evolving

  • sharing your hopes and dreams with others

  • the danger of getting too comfortable

  • and more!

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Ep. 3.8 Overcoming Addiction + Depression with Rynda Laurel

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, I chat with mental health and addiction advocate Rynda Laurel who has not only overcome her own serious addiction and clinical depression, but she now educates others how to do the same. 

She even started her own supplement company called VRYeveryday that has blends filled with the powerful ingredients that have helped her heal on a biochemical level.

Take a listen as we chat about:

  • taking the shame out of mental health and addiction

  • how to stand up for your own healing path

  • how to focus on the positive instead of what you lack

  • how to find community while making big changes

  • and more!

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Ep. 3.7 Coming Back to Nature featuring Rodin Lyasoff

The natural world is reawakening this time of year and so are we as we continue to make our way through the transition from Winter to Spring to Summer.

And it's the perfect time to reintroduce ourselves with the nature around us and be more prepared and intentional about connecting with the outdoors right now and in the months to come.

To help get us inspired about making the outdoors more a part of our way of life, this episode features a conversation with my dear friend Rodin Lyasoff who shares his experience balancing his career in the tech industry in Silicon Valley with adventuring into nature he loves.

Take a listen as we chat about how our relationship with nature and the outdoors changes over time, the importance of connecting with the nature that is the most accessible to you and your current lifestyle, how to balance our time with technology and our time with outdoors, and how to always have your adventure bag ready.

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Ep. 3.6 Embracing the Messiness of Spring

The coming of Spring is refreshing and exciting, but it can also be muddy and messy, and honestly a little bit overwhelming.

In this candid, unscripted episode I share with you how to:

  • get unstuck this time of year

  • melt and flow and evolve with the nature around us

  • break the habits of what no longer is serving us from Winter

  • get clear on the purpose of this season so we have something grounding us as we move into the usual seasonal decluttering and cleansing rituals

I also share the evolution and growth of this podcast and some updates that will take shape as we all navigate the beautiful and necessary messiness of this time of year.

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Ep. 3.5 Joshua Becker on Simplifying with Families

Decluttering, simplifying, intentional living. All sounds like a great idea, right, but it can also seem daunting and overwhelming. Especially if you share a home with a partner and even more so with children.

Luckily I’ve got best-selling author Joshua Becker from Becoming Minimalist on the podcast to help give us some inspiration and step-by-step guidance on how to jump on the decluttering train this Spring.

Take a listen as we talk about how to simplify as a family and how that can bond you together, what to do when simplifying gets hard and emotional, how decluttering can make space for what really matters like our faith and real connection with our loved ones, and so much more.

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Ep. 3.1 Cait Flanders on Money Healing + Being a Mindful Consumer

How would your life be different if you had a healthier relationship with money? What if you were more intentional about what you brought into your life? As we all recover, especially financially, from the holidays, now is the perfect time to do a bit of healing around money and our habits moving forward. 

So to kick off a brand new season of the podcast, I have Cait Flanders, bestselling author of the book The Year of Less, with me to talk about her refreshing take on being more mindful when it comes to money and beyond.

We talk about why money conversations are hard, how to avoid the money shame and defensiveness, how to celebrate money wins, what being a mindful consumer is and how to do it, the deep work that happens after you change negative habits, the importance of getting outside and connecting with nature, and more. 

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Healing Lessons from 2018 with Artist Nichole Rae

Happy New Year!

How have you been? Have you had some time to reflect on your year? How are you feeling on this first day of the year? Or have you not even had a chance to check in and think about these things?

​​​​​​​Wherever you are at, I've got a special in-between season bonus episode for you to give you a simple framework of some questions and things to contemplate as you close out 2018 and move into 2019. 

And to help me, I've got the lovely Artist Nichole Rae. Nichole is one of my dearest friends (pictured dancing her heart out with me above) who also happens to be an incredible personal healing guide and teaches healing practices on her website artofdailypractice.com. We both teach what we've learned from our studies, but even more so from our own experiences.
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2018 brought us both a lot of - let’s say wonderful healing lessons, and we thought it might be helpful to share our own journey this past year as we help you with your own contemplations. So take a listen as we share three big questions to ask yourself as you wrap up this year and set some goals for 2019.

Spoiler Alert: We hate New Years resolutions. Also a disclaimer: get ready for some serious Minnesota and North Dakota accents. Oh fer fun. 

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Ep. 2.10 Megan Gilger on Slow Healing + Intentional Holidays

It’s the Season Two Finale! And to help us wrap up for 2018 and head into the holidays and new year happily and intentionally, I’ve brought Megan Gilger from The Fresh Exchange blog and online store back on for her insights on intentional gift giving and gathering for the upcoming holiday season, and how to get your family on board.

We also talk about how to embrace this season and transition into winter, and my favorite part of the conversation is about her own healing journey over the past year and finding the joy in a slower and wiser path to health.

It’s such a wonderful conversation, full of good nuggets that I think you’ll really enjoy.

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