Tired of dragging yourself out of bed every morning? It all changes now. Hear the top things I've been doing each morning to bring momentum and productivity to my days and feel great in the process. The moment you wake up is one of the most powerful moments of your day, let's make it a good one!
Self-Love is something we hear about often but how do you actually embrace it and weave it into your life especially when daily chaos never seems to end? Today I am joined by the lovely Jenna Teague, self-love expert and all around amazing human. If you've been left wondering if self-love is for you, you'll leave this conversation KNOWING it's been here for you all along.
At her core, Jenna is a healer on a mission to ignite a revolution of self-love. From over a decade supporting clients’ healing in her psychotherapy practice to sparking business healing for coaches and entrepreneurs, Jenna co-creates with her clients game-changing shifts in their lives and businesses. She knows, deep down in her bones, that presence always trumps perfection, and building community is what lights her up most. If you want to see Jenna at her giddiest (and geekiest), invite her to your next creative brainstorming session. She lives for that. And if you want to see her in her happy place, you need only three things: the ocean, music, and the people she loves the most. Bonus points for bringing along Reilly and Raider, her beloved pups.
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Today I’m talking about 7 solid ways you can simplify your life because let’s be honest, sometimes we make things WAY more complicated than they need to be. Today’s episode is for you if you’re feeling overwhelmed with doing too much yet not getting much done, want to reclaim a little more time for yourself, and are totally into the whole notion that LESS is MORE but need to figure out a way to turn that into a daily practice. Then keep on listening, I’ve got some tips for you that will help you out big time!
Let me guess, you have a desire to read more books this year but….it’s a few months in and you still haven’t read any (or as many as you'd like).
In today’s episode, I’m going to talk about some simple ways you can get yourself to read more consistently so you CAN and WILL read more books.
Stay tuned if you want to learn:
✔️ The top reasons that keep most people from reading
✔️ The biggest thing that prevented me from reading more books and how I changed it
✔️ Why you don’t need to be a speed reader to read more
✔️ The biggest benefits of reading
✔️Why reading can help you sleep better
Let's be honest, we're all learning life lessons constantly no matter what age you are but there was something about turning 30 that made me reflect a bit deeper than in years past. After a popular blog post about these lessons I learned, I decided to reflect on them in a little more depth on today's episode. Join me for 19 of the things I had to say now that I'm in my 30s.
Cait Byrnes is a Holistic Health Coach and artist from the Jersey Shore. Cait earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore in 2010, and served with the Community Arts Collaborative AmeriCorps program from 2010 to 2013. In 2014, she earned her Certificate in Holistic Health Coaching from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and received her Level 2 Reiki Certification. Cait has worked with several communities in Baltimore to create neighborhood events, parades, and youth programs, and has served as the Assistant Director for the Feminist Art Project - Baltimore Chapter.
Cait helps creatives struggling with fatigue, anxiety, and stress through a mixture of nutrition education, emotional wellness, and radical self-care. As an artist herself, she understands the unique challenges that creatives face, and knows that in order to do the important work that needs to be done in the world, we have to feel our best first.
Cait is also the creator of the Food For Thought - Food and Mood Journal, which is now available on Amazon.
We've all had experiences we can't quite explain, instances and moments that somehow come to intertwine and create an outcome that changes our lives forever. Yet we don't always share them because they are so unexplainable. Today I'm sharing with you the somewhat magical story of how I met my husband, how a series of events and even grief brought me to a moment of unshakeable knowing, and how tapping into the synchronous moments in your own life can foster a new form of appreciation and expansion.
In today's Episode, my good friend Dana Dealy-Reid joins the Mindful Productivity Podcast to discuss the power of list making. From the benefits of lists, types of lists, and ways to stay more organized, there really isn't much about lists we don't cover.
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Stress happens. In this episode, I walk you through how stress affects your brain, ways to decrease and manage your stress response, and what you can do to set yourself up for productivity and self-care ahead of time.
Jenny Eden Berk is a Certified Eating Psychology Coach, Body image mentor, International Speaker and Bestseller Author of the book, The Body Image Blueprint.
She is the founder of Jenny Eden Coaching, a practice devoted to helping women, men, and teens heal their relationship with food and their bodies. She specializes in unique binge eating cessation techniques and mindful eating practices. She resides in Boston with her husband, 3 young daughters and in addition to coaching and writing, she loves to cook, entertain, travel, as well as practice hot yoga and kettlebell training.
In today's episode, Jenny and I chat about what it means to eat mindfully, the importance of listening to your bodies wisdom, and she leads me through a mindful eating exercise that you can follow along with.
This episode is jam-packed with ways to empower your eating including:
- :: How decision anxiety impacts our eating
- :: How distractions hinder our ability to listen to our body