Episode #29: LYFYL Pep Talk Series | The True Path to Success

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For the longest time, I felt like I needed to be "successful" to be worthy. And thus, to be HAPPY.

This week has been a bit surreal for me — I’ve come back from a trip that was breathtakingly beautiful and adventure filled, to getting this incredible book in the mail that I had the honor of being a contributor for.

And I had a moment of imposter syndrome. Of “who am I to be able to have a life like this?” Where my job allows me to travel and work from wherever and the connections I’ve made have led me to be able to share my story and heart in ways I never imagined possible, like having my work published. 

And all of the “reasons” to feel worthy that I used to feel like I needed to be “successful” were staring me straight in the face but instead, I felt like a total FAKE.

I dive into this moment and so much more on today's episode of the pod! 


Episode #28: LYFYL Pep Talk Series | The One Thing You Need To Find Your Purpose and Path in Life

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The one thing we're all searching for, right?

How to find your MF FREAKING PURPOSE.

I spent years trying to figure it out and I can say unequivocally that this one thing is THE MISSING LINK to actually knowing what it is.

How can you listen to this more in YOUR life?


Episode #27: LYFYL Pep Talk Series | Becoming a Consistency Queen on your health & fitness journey

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"How do you have so much energy?"

"You're so consistent - how do you stay motivated?"

I get questions like this into my inbox all the time and why I've decided to dedicated an episode of this series to this very topic.

The truth? I find it so ironic that this is my most requested topic because 3 years ago, I was the FARTHEST thing from consistent, especially on my health & fitness journey.

And I've spent the past few years accumulating tools and resources to be able to create motivation and consistency in my journey that has allowed me to find the energy and confidence I have today.

And I'm excited to share these tools with you so you can get there in YOUR journey too!

In today's episode, some of the things we discuss are:

  • What it actually means to be consistent on your health & wellness journey
  • How to show up as your most confident self
  • The truth about motivation
  • And so much more!

Episode #26: LYFYL Pep Talk Series | The Power of Positivity

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"Joy is about showing up for myself and rising to my full potential." 


Today's episode is the first episode of the special Live Your FYES Life pep talk series and I'm SO excited to bring this conversation to your earbuds.

Happiness and Positivity are two things that seem to be so freaking tough to maintain -- and I believe it's because we've been programmed to look at it all wrong.

Instead of experiencing joy BECAUSE of external factors (such as job successes, weight loss goals, an amazing relationship etc.) what if we flipped the switch and CREATED our own joy every day that in turn naturally led to success in our lives?

I dive into this and my top 5 ways for creating happiness in today's episode.


Episode #25: Taking inspired action and finding your life's purpose with Wendy Weeks

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"We can be predisposed to certain things, but we can choose to better our health and choose things that make us feel well and vibrant and not be a victim to the cards we've been handed." 

After losing her mom to cancer at 15 and years of exploration in jobs that just seemed to stifle her purpose and silence her authentic voice, Wendy Weeks bowed out of a "traditional" job to pursue her soul's work in the holistic wellness world. Living in Denver, Colorado, Wendy is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and yoga instructor that guides others to find their way back home -- mind, body and soul. She coaches soul-seekers on how to ditch the toxins in their life so they can rise up into their most authentic selves.

Here are a few things we discuss in todays episode:

  • Her journey from working full time in corporate to transitioning to working for herself in the wellness space
  • Losing a parent at a young age
  • Finding your souls purpose
  • Nutritional therapy
  • How listening to our intuition/gut can lead to incredible things
  • Her perspective on how disease is being normalized in our day and age
  • Small actions we can start taking today to improve our health
  • Moving from a place of joy
  • How she's healed her migraines and working on healing her acne, naturally. 

LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE

EMPOWERED AND FREE RETREAT

Wendy's Website  Instagram

Reach out to Amanda on Instagram

Spark Joy by Marie Kondo

Rachel at Rachel Recharged

 

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Episode #24: YOUR OWNER'S MANUAL TO DATING IN 2018 WITH Kira Sabin

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"Love lies in the vulnerability. You can't love perfect. So if we're all trying to be perfect for that person all the time, they actually can't love you. So you're full on f*cking sabotaging it."

Kira Sabin has been coaching single women from San Diego to Singapore since 2007. She is a positive psychology practitioner through The Flourishing Center and a professionally certified coach through the International Coach Academy…however, she has taken her work much further than that. UNDERSTANDING HOW LOVE AND RELATIONSHIPS WORK FROM A PSYCHOLOGICAL, EMOTIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC POINT OF VIEW HAS BEEN BECOME HER PASSION. Creating a way to take everything she has learned and apply that individually to her clients so that they can CREATE real and healthy relationships that last has become her obsession.  

And most importantly, she is a former shit-show dater who learned how to stop bending over backwards, become more vulnerable and created the relationship of her life starting at 41!

Here are some things we discuss in today's episode:

  • Dating in 2018
  • Her journey from shit-show dater to figuring it the F out
  • Where relationship failures really stem from.
  • How to be hella confident with yourself, single. 
  • Her perspective on online dating
  • Making decisions out of love versus fear
  • First date ideas that will actually let you get to know the person
  • Why you keep attracting unavailable guys
  • How being true to ourselves is the key to letting love in
  • How my marriage changed because of Harry Potter

LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE

APPLY FOR OPERATION STRONG AF

Kira's Website | Instagram | Podcast

Reach out to Amanda on Instagram

 

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Episode #23: Navigating the shame spiral and learning to love your story with Grace Presley

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"The truth allows you to crack open. Your stories allow you to break open and crack open. And that's not looking at it from the perspective of 'you're broken' but it's looking at it from a perspective of what's open can now allow you to expand."

Grace Presley is a passionate entrepreneur on a mission to help others find their voice, tell their story and change the world. Her SOUL job in this life is to love on *you* hold space for the sacred stories of your life. She created the mission with a message "You are a Story worth Loving" to build a community where your stories are supported, your voices are heard and you can simply come as you are. A gentle reminder and whisper to your soul that the stories of our lives matter and we are (and always have been) worthy of giving and receiving love. It is a movement. It is a lifestyle. 

Here are some things we discuss in todays episode:

  • Community vs. competition
  • Navigating the "not enoughness" feelings
  • Her journey with anorexia, bulimia, spousal abuse, divorce, single mom-hood and beyond
  • How we attract into our lives things that are reflective of the way we feel about ourselves
  • The moment she drew a line in the sand and finally chose herself
  • Trauma, EMDR and therapy
  • Navigating through shame and guilt
  • The story behind creating You Are A Story Worth Loving

LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE

Grace's Website | Instagram | Podcast

You Are A Story Worth Loving

A Tribe Called Bliss

Brene Brown on Shame 

     

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    Episode #22: Q&A: Morning routine practices, Nutrition, Values systems and more | A Solo Episode

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    "I was always trying to be this perfect, in the box, version of myself. And I wasn't exploring and breaking beyond those barriers, and allowing myself to dig deep as I have in the past few years."

    Today's episode is super special to me for a few reasons.

    For one, I have one of the most important people in my life on the podcast. I had the joy of getting to travel back to Canada for my 10 year high school reunion in June (does anyone else feel like time flies by SO quickly?) and three of my best girlfriends from all areas of the world and I spent the weekend at my lake cottage to start the bon voyage to the boobs celebrations.

    It was such a magical weekend filled with love, laughter, goofy shiz and I had the honor of having my oldest friend, Caroline, flip the script and interview ME for this edition of our Solo episode series.

    Caroline and I have known each other for over 15 years and while we have taken super different paths in life, she is hands down the person who knows me better than anyone -- so it felt only natural to have her on the podcast!

    It's also super special because I chat about a lot of topics that I've never shared about on the podcast before, specifically my journey through high school and where I'm currently at with my nutrition and mindset.

    Here are a few things we cover in today's episode:

    • Morning routines
    • Some of my must reads and how I choose my personal development books
    • How to ride the waves of life
    • My top 3 personal values at the moment
    • My personal mindset around nutrition and what I think of the trendy diets right now
    • How I healed my eczema
    • The high school me and how it impacted who I am today
    • Breaking free of the "box" and the bucket list life  
    • My dream guest to have on the pod

    Episode #21: Having the courage to live life with intention, radical self care and growing up in foster care with Jen Wille

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    "All I ever wanted was my mom. And I realized that she's always there."


    Jen Wille is a Certified Professional Life Coach, educator, and speaker from Chicago helping women grow their passion work from the inside out. She is the host of First + Foremost | The Podcast, which is all about giving you the tools to take care of you, first. 

    Here are some things we discuss in todays episode:

    • Her story growing up in foster care and her journey with her birth family
    • Navigating how to start the self care process and actually take care of ourselves on the daily
    • How to start your day with intention
    • Getting vulnerable and how to have the courage to voice your fears and your truth
    • The bond between a mother and a daughter, even when they're broken apart
    • The three foster homes she lived in and the vastly different experiences and lessons they gave her
    • Setting boundaries in a loving way

     

    LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE

    REVIVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP

    Jen's Website | Podcast | Instagram 

    Jen's Self care freebies 

    Drop Dead Fred

    Calm app for meditation

     

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    Episode #20: Stop putting everyone before yourself without being a dick with Amy E. Smith

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    "If I have to choose between other people approving of me or me approving of me, I choose me." 

    Amy E. Smith is a certified confidence coach, masterful speaker, and personal empowerment expert. Founder of TheJoyJunkie.com, Amy uses her roles as coach, writer, podcaster, and speaker to move individuals to a place of radical personal empowerment and self-love. 

    With acute focus on helping people “find their voice”, she is highly sought after for her uncommon style of irreverence, wisdom, and humor and has been a featured expert on Fox 5 San Diego and YourTango.com. 

    Here are some things we discuss in todays episode:

    • Her two major quarter life crises and how the song Breakaway by Kelly Clarkson changed the game for her (it's a SUPER juicy story, get ready)
    •  The stress of working for someone else's dream and the path to a NEW light
    • The shit we DON'T say and how that can impact so many aspects of our life (except guess what, we say it on the pod)
    • The evolution of Amy's biz
    • How to say NO without being a dick
    • 3 ways to move away from people pleasing and perfectionism tendencies
    • How to meet animosity and disagreement in a way that will leave you getting what you actually want
    • Flipping the switch on guilt

    LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAYS EPISODE

    FREE TRAINING: 7 days to a more MINDFUL and CONFIDENT you

    BUSY BABE'S GUIDE TO HEALTHY LIVING

    Amy's Instagram 

    Freebie: http://thejoyjunkie.com/free

    Amy's After Hours Facebook Club

    Coaches Training Institute

     

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    Episode #19: The Power of Community and finding your Breast Friends with Paige MORE

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    "I knew I didn't want to live like that for the rest of my life.  I wanted to be a warrior, not a worrier."

    Paige is a three time Emmy award winning producer who describes herself as everybody’s new breast friend. In 2017, Paige had a preventative double mastectomy after discovering she carried the BRCA 1 genetic mutation. After feeling alone during her entire decision making process, Paige decided to start sharing her story on Instagram to give other women the hope that they too could become warriors not worriers. After building a community online, Paige decided to start putting together free events for women who have been affected by cancer and The Breasties was born.

    The Breasties is a 501(c)(3) organization that puts together free events and free weekend wellness retreats for young women who have been affected by cancer. Her along with the three other cofounders of The Breasties are helping women move mountains around the world. 

    Here are some things we discuss in todays episode:

    • Her story of how she found out she had the BRCA 1 mutation and her journey since that moment.
    • The power of social media and finding your community
    • How our perspective shifts after going through something challenging in our lives
    • What you didn't know about BRCA
    • The path to making a difficult decision
    • Showing up as your authentic self

    LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAYS EPISODE

    Paige's Instagram | Website 

    JUNE 2018 CHICAGO BREASTIE EVENT

    My first solo episode of the pod

     

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    Episode #18: Balance is a Load of BS | A Solo Episode

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    Are you endlessly striving for this "balanced life" and constantly feeling yourself fall short.

    I was talking about this with my girlfriends this past weekend and I realized how long I spent striving for this elusive concept of balance in my own life -- never feeling like I could make it happen, and beating myself up about it.

    Here are a few things I touch on in todays episode:

    • Why going with the flow / against your "plan" is key 
    • Why I am taking the word balance out of my vocabulary
    • The perspective shift that changes the game 
    • 3 tools to be able to release the pressure to adopt this "balanced lifestyle"

    Episode #17: Healing through the trauma and finding the light with Hanna Bier

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    "I vowed to myself to make a choice. I did not expect to have a reason to live, because the truth was: I did not. But at that moment, I decided I had nothing to lose." 

    Hanna Bier helps creative entrepreneurs, artists and do-gooders feel good in their own skin and confidently create the beautiful lives and fulfilling careers they've always wanted. She offers 1:1 coaching, e-courses and soulful podcast episodes for kind creatives who don't know how to achieve the success they desire (yet). Hanna is a Soulful Success Coach, Energy Healer, Family Constellation Therapist and a Priestess of the Divine Feminine. She runs the podcast 'Mystics On A Mission Show' and currently lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    Here are a few things we touch on in todays episode:

    • Her long history with trauma, sexual abuse and struggles in her childhood years
    • The moment that changed everything for her
    • The path out of trauma and into the light
    • Family constellation therapy and energy healing
    • How our past and family history can greatly inform our personal patterns in our lives
    • Goddess archetypes
    • Her newfound love for stand up comedy

    LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAYS EPISODE

    BUSY BABE'S GUIDE TO HEALTHY LIVING

    Hanna's Website / Instagram 

    Freebie: The Soulful Success Formula

    Books recommended: The Gaia Codex by Sarah Drew and Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley 

    Hanna's Pinterest Board

     

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    Episode #16: Navigating the ups and downs of your twenties with Jessica Smith fo

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    "We're making decisions from a fear based mentality -- it's shifting your decisions to a place of love, which is that inner voice of wisdom, that will always guide you to the best possible situation, experience and opportunity for you."

    Jessica Smith is a writer, career coach and podcast host of Expressness Radio (previously Career Coaching with Jessness) and That Valley Vibe. Her first book titled, YOUR TWENTIES, was released earlier this year and is available on Amazon. The main ingredient in her writings is how to tap into your inner wisdom, your -ness, for guidance.

    She believes it’s time to explore a new path to success with inspired action, empowered self-care, and essential oils. On her podcasts, she educates people on how to uncover their natural skills and talents thru authentic expression of their personality, viewpoints, and perspective so they can do their most meaningful work. Every day she reminds us that we're not here to find out what to do, but rather, who we are.

    Here are a few things I touch on in todays episode:

    • Her new book YOUR TWENTIES and what inspired her to write it
    • Her move to New Zealand for a guy and the relationship she developed with her "-ness"
    • The power and importance of setting boundaries and how to DO it
    • Things you can do to date yourself
    • Her more recent health issues and the major wake up call that changed everything
    • Her love of essential oils

    LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAYS EPISODE

    BUSY BABE'S GUIDE TO HEALTHY LIVING

    GET HER BOOK: YOUR TWENTIES

    Jess's Website / Instagram / That Valley Vibe Podcast / Expressness Radio Podcast

     

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    Episode #15: Healing your hormones and saying what's on your mind with Jess from Wholly Healed

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    "80% of hormone and thyroid issues could be solved with feeding your body well and lowering stress."

    Jess is a Certified Eating Psychology Coach specializing in Functional Endocrinology and Mind/Body Nutrition. She empowers women in their quest to wholeness through healing solutions rooted in Integrative Care. You'll often find her lifting heavy things in the gym, trying to pet stranger's dogs, or writing some sass-filled #hormonehacks or #tabootuesday's on Instagram. She is passionate about helping women heal their hormones, break free of restrictive dieting, and feel at home in their bodies.

    Here are a few things we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Her journey from yo yo dieting to wholistic health and self love
    • She breaks it down with her science knowledge bombs and shares not just WHAT to do but WHY it's important to support our overall health
    • Her experience with hypothyroidism, what it is and why 1 in 3 women have it
    • The importance of advocating for yourself and your health
    • Which programs/diets to stay away from when it comes to women's health
    • The best foods to eat to heal your hormones and your gut
    • Taboo tuesdays and getting nitty gritty with the "uncomfortable" 
    • 3 simple steps you can take to heal your hormones right away

    LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE

    Jess's Website / Blog / Instagram 

    Busy Babe's Guide to Healthy Living Ebook

    Why I Quit Birth Control Blog Post

     

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    Episode #14: How to go from where you are to where you want to be | A Solo Episode

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    "If I were to continue on this path doing the things that I do, surrounding myself with the people I do, acting the way I do in my life -- will I in 5 years, in 10 years be happy? If the answer is no, it's time for a change." 

    "You're so happy and successful and it seems like you've gotten it all figured out -- how did you do it?!" 

    I remember saying this to one of my Instagram friends turned future besties 2 1/2 years ago amidst my quarter life crisis. I was a MESS. Miserable in pretty much every area of my life and I just assumed I was destined to live that way for the rest of my life.

    What I didn't realize was that I was the one holding myself back from being the woman I wanted to be.

    That I had the power inside myself all along to make a freaking CHANGE in my life. 

    And today, I'm sharing the 3 simple things that propelled me into finding my purpose, healing my relationship with food and exercise and creating positive and uplifting relationships in my life. 

    Here are a few things I touch on in todays episode:

    • Why perfectionism stunted my growth
    • The time in my life when I thought there was no hope of anything getting better
    • My journey through binge eating
    • The 7 areas of growth
    • The power of your brain
    • How to move towards pleasure and away from pain, and its importance in achieving your goals
    • The 3 simple steps to adopting a growth mindset

    Episode #13: Embracing your feminine energy with Maddy Moon

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    "I've made the conscious decision to not ask for permission to have the life I have."

    Madelyn Moon is an author, podcast host, retreat leader and transformational life coach. She is a guiding force for women who want to stop over-thinking their lives away and live with more trust, intuition and flow.

    Maddy Moon was driven by perfectionist energy for most of her life, which led her down a dangerous path. Always striving to do more, be more and accomplish more, she found herself disconnected from her body with multiple disordered eating patterns, a restlessness and a lack of confidence.

    Maddy healed her heart, spirit, body and mind by stepping into her unique feminine essence, giving up the need for control and learning to surrender to a higher power.

    Maddy takes life by the reigns today by leading thousands of women across the world through their own transformational experiences via her podcast, her website, and her global retreats.

    Her work and story has been featured in The Huffington Post, Teen Vogue, Nylon Magazine, The Daily Mail, Vice, Greatist, Men’s Health, PEOPLE and ABC News Nightline.

    Here are a few things we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Her past life as a body builder
    • Her journey from living a life of rigidity and perfectionism to living in flow (and what the heck that means)
    • The differences between masculine and feminine energy
    • How to know what energy you're lacking in your own life and how to create space for the things you need more of
    • How to tap into our intuition
    • A major realization I had about myself
    • Her journey with vedic meditation
    • Her hobbit name

    LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAYS EPISODE

    BUSY BABE'S GUIDE TO HEALTHY LIVING

    Maddy's Website / Podcast / Instagram

    London Angel Winters

    Vedic Meditation with Yoshoda Devi Ma

    FREE 100 + Favorite Books

    Intrigued by Nico & Vinz

    How to Find Your Hobbit Name

     

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    Episode #12: Manifesting the life of your dreams with Angie Lee

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    "I treated myself like I was the most precious and most amazing awesome thing, even if I didn't feel that way, because it's about acting like that version of yourself before you're there. You have to act as that woman today to get there in the future."

    Angie Lee is a life coach, marketing mentor to entrepreneurs, author, speaker, Co Founder of DailyRx & host of the top rated Rich Bitch Podcast. 

    Corporate Dropout ($100k in debt) to 7 figure serial entrepreneur under 30, Angie is dedicated to showing women how to upgrade their relationship with success & monetize their passion. Her passion runs deep for wellness, biohacking and Organic Marketing. Her genius is helping women break up with fear & discover unstoppable confidence. She’s committed to
    helping women grow in their business, health and relationships.

    Here are a few things we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Being 100% true to your goofy self in your business and life
    • The power of investing in yourself financially
    • Angie's obsession with Tony Robbins
    • Money manifestation and how to handle the burden of being in debt
    • The Law of Attraction and how we have the power, for better of for worse, of creating our own realities
    • How I manifested the money to work with Angie
    • Her favorite mantras and how she incorporates them in her day
    • The power of making sh*t FUN and why her dream job is to become a stand up comedian
    • How to create a positive money mindset
    • How she handles fear in her life

    LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE

    Angie's Instagram // Podcast

    Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

    Abraham Hicks // Youtube clip

    Amy Schumer / Joe Rogan / Dave Chappel

    Chalene Johnson's podcast

    Rich Dad Poor Dad

     

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      Episode #11: The truth of being a woman in theatre with Harmony France

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      " Women would talk about it together but we kept it to ourselves. And I reached a point where I'm not afraid of who is willing to hire me and who isn't. If they don't want to work with me because I'm speaking out about how it's messed up how women are treated in this community, then they're not my people." 


      Harmony France is the artistic director of the world's first feminist musical theatre company, Firebrand Theatre. She is a casting director, teacher, actress, singer, home-style guru, writer, activist, and Navy Veteran.

      Here are a few things we discussed in today’s episode:

      • The TRUTH of what it's like to be an artist in Chicago
      • The mission behind Firebrand theatre and why she started the first equity feminist theatre
      • The fat shaming and harassment we've experienced in the theatre community
      • The "is this why" rabbit hole
      • The moment when she joined the navy that sparked her journey with body dysmorphia
      • How we individually choose to show up as an artist every day
      • The theatre experience that changed my life
      • The power of not taking the easy way out
      • Launching a company and having her dad pass away the same week
      • The behind the scenes of launching a business and the mess along the way
      • The path to happiness *hint* it's not what you expect
      • The top 3 tool for tackling your to-do list

      LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE

      Bullymake discount code: LYFYL for $10 off your box

      Firebrand theatre // Get your tickets to 9 to 5

      Harmony's blog

      Lizzie Borden: the musical

      The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up

      The Diva Cup / Thinx

      The musicals Dessa Rose and Loving Repeating

      Black Panther

      The Den Theatre in Chicago

       

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      Episode #10: Finding Strength in Unexpected Places | Solo Episode

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      EPISODE SNEAK PEEK


      " There is so much power in sharing the mess along the way too because hello - we are messy humans. We are not this picture perfect wrapped in a present version of ourselves. We are constantly going through it and if we don't believe that there is strength in that, then how can other people feel that it's ok to not have their shit together too?"

      When you hear the word strength, what images come up for you?

      For so many years, my concept of what it meant to be strong was so skewed, and it wasn't until super recently that everything shifted for me. 

      Here are a few things I touch on in todays episode:

      • My plans for the long weekend
      • Our definitions of strength as a society
      • Physical strength and why it's so important to me
      • The summer of 2014, aka the summer of "weakness"
      • The saga of not enoughness
      • Social media & its influence on our perceptions of what it means to be strong
      • The power of vulnerability
      • The lightbulb moment I had last week