Self Care vs. Self Comfort with Stephanie Pollock

Happy 100th episode everybody! This feels like a major milestone for me and I’m celebrating in a BIG way.

Before we get into that, I wanted to have a very special guest on today’s episode. Stephanie Pollock, coach, podcaster, speaker, was my very first guest. I’m so honoured to now call her a friend, and I couldn’t think of a better person to have on the 100th episode!

If you’ve ever struggled with figuring out what self care looks like for you, how to find/create time for self care, and maybe why your current self care routine doesn’t feel very rejuvenating, this is the episode for you. Stephanie drops some real wisdom and it’s personally helped me to change my routine and has positively impacted my mental health.

So, listen on! And if you enjoy hearing from Stephanie, check out her own podcast, Rise Without Compromise, lessons for women in business.

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This podcast is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB. Check out the Tight Ends Podcast with Vanda. She’s a former colleague who introduced me to the APN and I’m so honoured to have had her on my journey.  Check out the Let’s Do Coffee Podcast to learn from entrepreneurs of the Mawji Centre.

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3 Responses to Self Care vs. Self Comfort with Stephanie Pollock

  1. dianacranstoun February 21, 2019 at 7:55 pm #

    Congratulations on your 100th podcast!

  2. Li Jean-Luc Harris February 26, 2019 at 6:08 am #

    Love the podcast, new here congrats on your 100th podcast will be coming back to view more 🙂 –
    Li Jean-Luc Harris recently posted…sectioned Under the mental health act Aged 15 – a brief before and the process of being admittedMy Profile

    • Victoria Smith February 26, 2019 at 6:44 am #

      Hi Li, I’m so glad it was helpful to you! Thanks for sharing your time with me.

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