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Our Preconceptions of Anxiety and Depression – My Pecha Kucha

Back in 2017, I participated in an event called PechaKucha (pronounced peh-chuh-ka-chuh). For those who don’t know what that is (I certainly did not), these events are held around the world, a central theme is chosen, and speakers are allowed to share 20 slides with 20 seconds each. The theme for ours was Open Season […]

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What Am I Doing Wrong? What About What I’m Doing Right?

As I sit down to write this post, it’s been one hell of a day. In coaching, we’re not supposed to talk about that which we haven’t worked through yet. If I haven’t worked through it, it’s supposed to be a disservice to you. Here’s the thing… I’ve somewhat worked through it, but I think […]

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Bryony Gordon

Mad Girl, Mental Health Mates and Prince Harry with Bryony Gordon

I am OVER THE MOON (yes, ALL CAPS) to be joined this week by mental health advocate, journalist for the Telegraph, author and all around kick-ass woman, Bryony Gordon. As many of you know, I’m incredibly passionate about decreasing stigma around mental health issues, so when I first heard Bryony’s podcast, Mad World, where she […]

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Samantha Kimura

Mama Coaching, Authenticity & Asking For Help with Sam Kimura

Today’s interview is a special one for me. Samantha Kimura, or Sam as I call her, and I were childhood friends. We would dress up in my Mom’s shawls and have tea parties, make forts in her basement and visit many a playground in our neighbourhood. Since those days we’ve lived very different lives, but […]

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