Your relationship with time is a very big deal because how you spend your time will either bring you closer to the life you said you wanted to live… or further away.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I give you some ideas for how to improve your relationship with time, so you can spend less time in a space of overwhelm and more time with what matters most to you.Listen Now!
What is possible for your life is determined by the quality of your thoughts.
=> What you choose to believe about your life.
=> What you choose to believe about yourself.
=> What you choose to make failures and obstacles mean.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I explore what it means to own your possibility regardless of what has happened in the past or what might happen in the future:)
Have a listen and share your thoughts!Listen Now!
Most women I work with have spent a lifetime trying to prove or earn their worth, but worthiness is not something you need to hustle for.
Worthiness is baked into your humanity.
That being said, worth does need to be acknowledged… BY YOU because if you don’t think you are worthy of time and attention, you won’t show up to do the things you are being called to do.
This month on the Grace & Grit podcast I am talking about what it means to take Unrelenting Ownership of your health, and ultimately, your life. In this episode, I talk about why it is so important to answer the call to own your worth.Listen Now!
More than ever the world needs people who are grounded, resilient, and operating from a space of proactive thinking NOT reactive thinking.
I dedicated the entire past month on the Grace & Grit Podcast to The Practice of Realignment to help you stabilize yourself when life may be feeling more difficult and uncertain than ever.
In part 3 of this series, I give you 3 steps to make your realignment, and your long-term success, not just possible but probable.Listen Now!
I have long believed that improving health, be it mental or physical, is a practice of self-leadership. Self-leadership is a practice of righting decisions and habits that may no longer be serving you.
To move your life to higher ground, you must be willing to rumble between who you have been and ultimately who you want to be.
Rumbling is how we learn, how we grow, and ultimately how we become stronger and more confident versions of ourselves.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I explain why rumbling is so necessary to the change process and how to rumble well.Listen Now!
This week for the podcast I decided to reach out to my community and ask them what they were rumbling with, and I got some GREAT questions that are going to be relevant to a lot of women. Listen in and feel free to drop your own questions in the comments for me to answer in a future podcast.Listen Now!
Weeks ago I asked the Grace & Grit community members what they thought I should talk about on the 200th episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast. The word “resilience” came up more than once, which I love because I think we need to be reminded of our capacity for resilience now more than ever.
So in this episode, I weave together a celebration for our 200th episode on the Grace & Grit Podcast and a conversation about what it takes to fortify your resilience.Listen Now!
The diet industry is a multibillion-dollar industry that has sold people on the notion that “what works for one person will work for everyone”. And it has failed, miserably.
Wellness is not a cookie-cutter formula that can be applied to every human. In fact, the path that will return a person to a state of well-being is as unique as the individual who is pursuing it.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I have invited my friend and nutritionist extraordinaire, Mary Miller Brooks to the show, to discuss why it is so important to customize the journey back to health.
We cover a lot of ground, discussing things like:
=> gut health
=> thyroid health
=> food mapping
=> sweating as a detox mechanism
…and so much more!Listen Now!
In the age of diet dogma and copious amounts of nutrition information available at your fingertips, I think it is more important than ever to turn inwards and ask yourself what is working for you.
What is your food philosophy and are you living in alignment with it?
Surprisingly, although many women can quickly tell you their food beliefs, they aren’t necessarily living in line with those beliefs.
Check out this episode to get clarity around your own beliefs about food and examine if those beliefs are serving you or not.Listen Now!