This week on the podcast we’re joined by art teacher, activist, doula and many other things… Julia Mooney! I found out about Julia’s One Outfit One Hundred Days project on Instagram. Julia chose to wear the same outfit for one hundred days to make a statement about our culture of excess, but she had some […]
For a very long time, I cared a LOT about what other people thought about me. I cared what they thought about how I did in school, how I looked, how I spoke, how I acted in a group, what my beliefs were… the list goes on. Don’t get me wrong, it still comes up […]
I first met Miranda Krogstad through a friend, and long story short she sang my first dance song at our welcome-to-Canada-(for my husband)-by-the-way-we-got-married party… as I lovingly refer to it. I knew her as a fabulous singer, but only in the past year did I learn about her masterful skills in spoken word. Her work […]
Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is not for the faint of heart – as Christa Singleton proves, it’s for the fearless. I think I was scrolling through @womenwhohike on Instagram one day when they featured a group of plus size women who were training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. They called themselves the Curvy Kili Crew. I started […]
My body has been all kinds of shapes and sizes. I travelled the world when I was deemed to be obese, and I’ve been insecure at my smallest size counting every calorie. Neither of those scenarios are perfect, but what I strive for for myself (and for you!) is to love your body as it […]
I love a good documentary, so when I saw the trailer for The Mars Generation, a documentary about this group of young people hoping to be the first astronauts on Mars, I was hooked. Within the interviewees was Abigail Harrison, or Astronaut Abby as the internet knows her. She may be young in years, but […]
I’ve wanted to talk about forgiveness on the podcast for a while. I’ve touched on it at different points, but we’ve never done a deep dive, and let’s be honest, forgiveness requires more than lip service. Forgive (verb) Stop feeling angry or resentful toward someone for an offence, flaw or mistake. That’s the core definition. […]
This Valentine’s Day (though applicable any day), we delve into how to be satisfied with your here and now, to know you’re enough and that you can both strive and be satisfied!
In this podcast episode we talk about Liz Tizzard’s process to reclaim her identity following motherhood.
In my experience, there are three top contenders that derive the stress in my life. Number one – there is just too much on my plate, whether self-imposed or otherwise. Number two – things have not gone according to plan (we touched on this in the last coaching episode). And number three – I haven’t […]