We have a sneaky final podcast episode for 2020. I was a guest on The Sera Lo Podcast and I wanted to share the incredible takeaways from my chat with Sera. Sera was kind enough to share the audio where we discussed getting in touch with our bodies, why women are afraid to take up space and speak their truth. Common triggers holding women back from being fully themselves in life and business, ways we can improve our self-confidence and self-love and more! Listen Below! Or on
We all know someone who needs everything to be “just right" and spend way too long on simple tasks, this might even be you. Perfectionism can be extremely draining and often leads to feelings of anxiety, frustration and even anger. If you want to let go of “perfect” and feel free, listen to this weeks chat with Monja below. Listen Below! Or on your favourite podcast app including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more. In this podcast episode we talk about: Confide
Best selling author of her book Eye Won, resilience expert, coach, speaker and melanoma survivor Jess Van Zeil is on the podcast with an important reminder leading into summer that there is no such thing as a safe suntan! At the age of 21, Jess had a decision to make, lose her eye or lose her life to the relentless melanoma. She thought she had won until they realised it had returned to her brain. After emergency brain surgery she had to learn to walk and move freely again. T
I am still in shock that Erika Cramer aka The Queen of Confidence is this week's podcast guest. I have so much gratitude for our community and opportunities like these to chat to someone I've admired for so long. Erika is an international confidence coach, 5-star podcast host and now the best-selling author of her book Confidence Feels like Sh*t. In this episode, we're discussing the truth about confidence and what it really takes to create it. Listen Below! Or on your favour
Our Instagram feeds can be a place of discovery, learning, inspiration and empowerment. A place to share stories, find connection and community or, a place of anxiety, depression, negative body image and comparison. I know we can't control everything we see online, trust me, I get that BUT we choose who we follow and therefore what appears in our Instagram feeds. As a confidence coach, I get asked a lot "why is social media (Instagram in particular) so bad for our confidence?
This weeks podcast guest is Isabella Davis, a body-positive advocate who is making waves in the body image movement on Instagram with over 16k engaged followers who love and support her mission; it’s just a shame Instagram doesn’t feel the same. There are some double standards that exist on social media when it comes to curvy women existing in their bodies. Curvy women’s pictures are constantly breaching Instagram's “Community Guidelines” and although it’s not proven, Bella s
Do you know the feeling when everything you do starts to feel reactive? Like everything is out of your control, nothing is going your way and you can't seem to get your thoughts or emotions in check, then it happens... Your body starts to "turn on you" in some way or another and you feel betrayed! How could you? All I ever did was love and accept you. I feed you good food, move you every day, and work on our personal development. But guess what, STRESS happens to all of us.