How you dress reflects your level of self confidence, self worth and self love. Clothes reflect your identity and who you are as a person. Clothes also express what you want to experience at any moment in time. And what is more, dressing right can make you be seen and heard as who you are. Authentically. If you want to be heard and seen (even though part of you is resistant) you need to listen to this conversation.
Most of us have no concept around what it means to invest in ourselves. I venture to say that most people SPEND on themselves but not INVEST. Hahh? What’s the difference? You will find out in this podcast plus the 3 top reasons that are holding you back from lasting happiness and joy in your life.
Divorce suck but life doesn’t have to. Using the language of “getting un-married” versus “getting divorced” is one way of signaling that you are ready to empower yourself as a woman. Daniella Bloom, psychotherapist and transformational coach, shares her journey through her own divorce, what feminine empowerment means to her and how to cultivate it.
Elise makes bold claims on the front flap of her book Superager. She says: You can look younger, have more energy, a better memory, and live a long and healthy life. First of all, what in the world is a superager? And how come she feels so confident about claiming that we can all be one? Elise is answering all those questions plus she shares inspiring stories of wise elders.
Finding your feminine essence in a masculine world is not an easy feat. It’s a discovery, it’s a curiosity. As women, regardless of sexual orientation, we carry a watery nature, an essence, a juiciness and creativity that has been given to us by nature. Kristen so thoughtfully shares how she so willingly sets her PhD-achiever-self aside and embraces the softness and flow of the feminine.
18% of the US population suffers from generalized anxiety. That’s huge. Hand in hand with anxiety often comes depression. Yikes. Yoga and Ayurveda offer simple, low cost and no-side-effect tools. We share with you what worked for us.