Pleasing others comes pretty naturally to me and you might be a little bit the same. People pleasing is a habit - one that we likely picked up in our childhood or thanks to our personality type. Awareness is the first step to overcoming people pleasing and my guest today is a wealth of knowledge on this topic, because she too has lived and breathed people pleasing.
Lizzie Moult is a spiritual business & life coach, serial entrepreneur, speaker, world traveller and a modern-day wild hippy. Raised as an honest country girl, Lizzie broke all the rules and created a life based on passion. Now with her trusted laptop she is living off-grid in a subtropical rainforest in Australia.
Dedicated to the journey of...
If you know any of those women who just seem to be able to 'do it all', and wondered how they do it.... this is the episode for you!
In this podcast interview, I chat with Rebekka Battista about how she manages the multi-faceted demands of life, motherhood and work.
Rebekka Battista, a local Lismore girl who currently is the Our Kids Fundraising Coordinator. Based at the Lismore Base Hospital, Rebekka has been instrumental in raising awareness about the need to improve the health services for our children in the Northern Rivers area and the importance of raising funds with the help of the local community, she has inturn raised the funds to purchase $2 million of paediatric equipment for our local hospitals. Rebekka is...
What is mindful living? And how does it look as a family?
My guest today talks us through all things connection, harmony and living mindfully as a family. The recent isolation that we have all been in has been both challenging and connecting and it's through this connection that we can begin to create a mindful and connected way of living as a family.
Kerry is the founder and creator of the very successful Kids in Harmony a Family Enrichment and Well-being Program in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. Her life’s work and true calling began in 2001 after the birth of her child as she wanted a program that nurtured the heart and minds of children as well as the whole family.
With her commitment to parent...
It's that time of the year again when kids are returning to the classroom after their 2 week Easter break.... hang on a minute! No they're not!
If you're a parent of a child aged between 5 and 18, chances are that you've been facilitating remote learning at home towards the end of term one and are about to continue in this way for the next few weeks.
While some parents have loved this challenge, many have struggled with this transition too. Never in our wildest dreams could we imagine our children learning in this way, for so long.
As an educator AND parent myself, I am seeing both sides of these crazy times. When I'm on site at school I'm teaching and when I'm working remotely from home, I'm supporting my students and families, as well...
For so many of us, life has drastically changed over the past few weeks. We are suddenly home... a lot! And life isn't like anything we have experienced before. Recently I saw a meme on Facebook that has inspired this post. The meme read, 'why did I buy a 2020 planner' and part of my giggled and part of me got sad.
In this episode I hope to inspire you get your planner out, dust it off and start using it to create a scaffold for your day. I'd also like to inspire you to work through tasks you've been wanting to do around the home for ages and also connect with yourself during this time.
This episode also has a bonus free printable download, with specific ways for you to use your planner every day during isolation.
Slow living is the new way to live the old way. Purposeful. Fulfilling. Intentional. With ease.
In today's episode, I chat with Rachelle Glendon from How to Live Slow - a Youtube channel (and soon to be podcast) designed to help modern mums find the antidote to overwhelm and instead create the intentionally slower family life of their dreams. Rachelle is a qualified life coach, reformed busy-holic and mum to 2 boys. She's obsessed with personal transformation and believes that slowing down is as easy, and as hard, as making different choices and creating new habits.
Self care is a hot topic among busy, mums everywhere. In fact, it's a bit of a buzz concept at the moment!
In this episode, I chat all about unfortunate perception that self care is expensive and indulgent when it is in fact something so much more simple and achievable than that. Listen in to find out the 4 self care categories and the secret to indulging several times a day in self care.
eBook: 101 Self...
The power of 15 minutes is REAL people!
It isn't a long time but when used correctly, it can create a massive shift in your to-do list, resulting in less stress or overwhelm. My guest today shares her wisdom around the 15 minutes of wonder and the success that she has experienced by implementing this into her life.
Natalie Moore is a marathon running mum who has been on a personal adventure of growth and transformations over the last few years.
Natalie found herself stuck in life, completely lost in her identity and constantly yearning for more than the constant rushing syndrome, the never ending to-do list and the working mum juggle.
She set herself a life goal in early 2016 to address this stuck feeling and so her...
Having children changes a lot of things and fitness is no exception. My guest today is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to creating fitness programs to suit busy mums because she KNOWS that it's not always possible to spend 60 minutes a day at the gym getting in the ultimate workout.
Instead, Nikki is all about intentional, incidental fitness... health and fitness that can be integrated into the everyday activities that we as mums, juggle. Suddenly, movement and fitness seems possible and manageable.
If you have been wanting to incorporate more movement and fitness into your busy days without feeling like you need to spend an hour at the gym, then this episode is for you!
Nikki Knieriem is a mother of 2 young boys...
Have you ever felt unsure of your direction?
Or been so confused by the opportunities that present themselves at the most random times? Or images and ideas that appear but you're unsure why?
This is the case for my guest today, Jess Connor.
Jess attended my first vision board workshop back in 2016 and instead of walking out with a carefully curated vision board full of her niche business area and focus, she walked out with a somewhat confusing collection of visual images that made absolutely no sense to her.
Fast forward 4 years and Jess is living inside that vision board.
In this episode of the podcast, Jess opens up about this process and the series of events that presented themselves to her to get her to where she is...