Trying to make a significant change in your life without doing a little prep work (carving out time, making a plan, putting forethought into obstacles that may arise) often makes all the difference between success and failure.
Yes, prep takes time.
No, prep is not fun and exciting.
Prep makes success so much more likely.
Which is why I chose “Preparing to Succeed” as this week’s podcast topic.Listen Now!
There are so many options available when it comes to skincare these days, especially when it comes to treatments for the face. And while we are hearing plenty about treatments like botox, fillers and plastic surgery, we are not hearing enough about the natural treatments available.
To help fill that gap, I have invited my friend and facialist extraordinaire, Andrea Fairborn to the Grace & Grit podcast to share with us some very powerful and alternative therapies for honoring the health of your face. We don’t just address skin care in this interview, we also discuss ways to condition the muscles of the face, and how practices like reflexology and even nutrition can help support the health of the face.Listen Now!
I have had Irene Lyon on the Grace & Grit podcast more than any other guest EVER.
Because her work has influenced my life and the life of so many of my students in powerful ways.
She has a gift for helping people tune into the body, listen to its wisdom, and then respond in ways that serve our wellbeing rather than destroy it.
The doors for Irene’s 12-week program, Smart Body Smart Mind opens later this month and in this episode, I share my own experience in the program with the hopes that it will give others the courage to take the leap to register as well.Listen Now!
In this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast I have 5 incredible women joining me who have fiercely committed to putting their healthiest years ahead of them and in dedication to that endeavor, decided to join me inside of my Rumble & Rise community.
They are here to share with you the work they have called themselves to do, how they have stayed the course despite the rumbles they face and to celebrate some of the ways in which they are rising.
And, yes, I am sharing this with you with the hopes that you too will decide to bet on yourself and join us inside this one-of-a-kind community.
If you enjoyed this podcast today and you can hear yourself in these women, I would be honored to have you join us inside of Rumble & Rise.Listen Now!
Who you are currently being in the world is a culmination of the things you have practiced so many times you have quite literally become those things.
Clients will often say, “that’s just the way I am” as if they are bound to that way of being forever.
If your practices to this point in your life shaped your current state of being, new practices can develop you into a new state.
To develop new practices, however, you are going to have to face the truth of your current practices (minus the blame, shame, and judgment).
In this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast, I am sharing a few tips and tricks on how to do just that.Listen Now!
I talk a lot in my work about the concept of Buffering, which is when we try to change our emotional landscape with something outside of us.
We feel lonely so we eat.
We feel bored so we scroll social media.
We are stressed or uncomfortable so we drink.
The problem with buffering is two-fold:
It distracts us from the truth of our life.
It has long-term consequences.
Buffering with alcohol has some unique consequences I believe for the perimenopausal and menopausal populations, which is the age group I primarily work with.
So I could not be more thrilled to be hosting Veronica Valli on the podcast.
Veronica Valli is changing the narrative on sobriety. With 21 years of sobriety and 19 years of experience as a recovery coach and psychotherapist, she understands that there is no ONE path to sobriety.
I adore Veronica, her message, and her mission and I am excited for you to tune into this conversation that we recently had.Listen Now!
Welcome to 2022!
Whatever it is your want for your health this year, I hope you go after it remembering that you are a multidimensional and dynamic human.
This means, if you want the changes you make to STICK – you’ll want your strategy to integrate the wholeness of your life not isolate parts of it.
Not sure what that means? Check out this week’s episode.Listen Now!
The Grace & Grit Podcast is where I challenge women to reconsider what health really is and the strategies they are using to go about nurturing theirs. Rumble & Rise is my private community where I help members put rubber to the road. In other words, it is where we do the work.
In this final Grace & Grit Podcast of 2021, I share with you the road we have traveled inside of Rumble & Rise over the past 12 months and extend to you a special invitation to join us in 2022.Listen Now!
How we rumble with challenging emotions is a big deal.
Why? Because emotions drive your behavior.
So, I could not be more thrilled that Sarah Louise Lilley, who has been a long-time member of my Rumble & Rise Community, agreed to join me for a conversation about the power of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).
The holidays tend to be a pressure cooker of emotion for many women, so sit back, listen in and learn how simple it can be to pivot your emotional landscape.Listen Now!
While the holiday season can usher in joy, celebration, and fun, it can also bring with it a hefty dose of stress. Family, social events, travel, and gift-giving can feel like a LOT on top of an already overflowing schedule.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast, I give listeners a few ideas about how to travel through the holidays with your mental and physical health intact, so you can start the year ahead feeling strong, grounded, and ready for whatever comes:)Listen Now!