Ashley is a Women’s Wellness and Empowerment Coach who helps busy, badass women let go of self doubt, fear and judgment and make intentional choices that bring them closer to their joy, in mind, body and spirit. She believes that each one of us have the power and ability to create the exact life they desire, and guides women toward that power every single day. She’s a lover of all things paper, planning, and personal development and is dedicated to helping women show up authentically and live wholeheartedly.
In this episode Ashley shares:
Her story and what led her to creating Unique Holistic Happiness
How a challenge from a friend led her to the most powerful morning routine
The power of coaching and guiding clients to owning their actions
Tapping into what you want to FEEL and reframing your goals
The surprising simplicity of thriving on a daily basis
And so much more!
Welcome to the New Year! No matter when you're listening to this episode I want to remind you of the power of acknowledging your successes and wins big and small. Not only what you DO, but how you are stepping into your BEING.
Big celebratory dance for Episode 50 dropping today AND it being the first episode of 2019! How cool is that?!
Join me today to learn how to celebrate yourself in powerful ways, boost your mindset, and come back to those good feelings again and again!
We’re continuing on with Part 2! If you haven’t listened to episode 48, go back and start there! As a way to celebrate the end of the year, I reached out to over 50 people and had 22 people submit responses to the following question: What were the top 3 priorities you made for yourself this past year and how did those things positively impact your life? Join me as we wrap up Part 2 and hear from the rest of these amazing individuals!
Here are the rest of the amazing guest for this 2 part series!
Allie Tymo - Holistic Life Coach
Kay Sanders - Best Selling Author
Karen Howell - Web Development
Chloe Stein - Chef at Eat to Live Retreat
As a way to celebrate the end of the year, I reached out to over 50 people and had 22 people submit responses to the following question: What were the top 3 priorities you made for yourself this past year and how did those things positively impact your life? Join me in part 1 of this compilation for inspiration from a variety of amazing humans.
Today’s Amazing Guests!
Holly Joy McCabe
Today I want to talk to you about depression and where I was in 2016 along with the habits (and lack of habits) that stuck with me that I still struggle to maintain and create today. I’ll be sharing a little bit more about my depression story along with some things I’ve been doing lately to take care of myself.
In this episode you’ll hear:
What I learned from my depression and what it felt like to be in it along with what it looks like now on the “other side”
What it’s been like to try a skincare routine for the first time in my life at 31
How I’ve been prioritizing nutrition and nutrient density
The importance of fun and what I plan on making more time for
Near Death Experiences fascinate me, especially the parts where people share how something in them changed and they now have a bigger appreciation for life and their daily actions. After almost choking on a piece of spinach recently, I got to thinking about what it means to have a wakeup call when we really need them most, and what we can do to bring ourselves back to remembering what truly matters and then taking action daily.
in this episode I explore:
A few of my own past wakeup call experiences
What’s true about death and how we consider it
Questions to ask yourself
What stalls us from taking action toward change
How you can begin to give yourself the wakeup call you might need
Ever feel like in an attempt to take better care of yourself you're actually MORE to your plate instead of getting back to the daily things that truly matter for your health and wellness? Let's talk about three ways that you can bring simplicity back to your life to help fuel those goals you really want to accomplish moving forward.
I'll be sharing:
What matters most about consistency
How to build momentum on a daily basis
A look at what you're allowing into your life daily and reminders to take breaks
And I'll be giving you a "look" inside my newest creation, the Mindful Productivity Planner
A preview of the Mindful Productivity Planner launching soon!
Learn more about my free course, The Self-Care Reboot here!
Spencer Harbor is a wellness coach and expert in personal health practices. Spencer is a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach through the International Consortium of Health and Wellness Coaches. He holds advanced degrees in Health and Wellness Coaching and Complementary and Alternative Health. Spencer is a certified massage therapist and yoga teacher. Through coaching, yoga and nutritional guidance he works with clients to improve communication and remove road-blocks to health and happiness.
In today’s episode Spencer shares his journey to wellness, how toxic masculinity plays a role in how men share, grow, and reach a higher state of consciousness, and what it’s like to coach a football team through their first yoga experience. Spencer and I also explore the differences between coaching and therapy and how coaching allows clients to fully step into the driver’s seat of their lives. You’ll want to listen through to hear more about The Kula Connection and something him and his wife call a “yoga cafe.”
Spencer is incredibly goofy & free-spirited, and shares a variety of wisdom and deep thinking in this episode. I can’t wait for you to listen!
“There’s more to yoga than just the exercise…”
“It’s so cool to be in this space where men can just be men and connect to one another and community.”
“When you’re in flow you’re saving time, you don’t have to waste time.”
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This episode is real talk. It's time I talk about my own privilege, how that has impacted my success, how privilege, discrimination, racism, etc impacts our ability to make time for self-care. And how blanket positivity statements are more harmful than helpful. Pour yourself a giant cup of coffee and get ready to get real. The doors are opening for discussion...
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Truth is we all do things that waste time. Our time, other people's time, and vital time spent on projects, deadlines, and even things we do for fun.
Mindfulness reminds us to be in the moment, to trust in the process and the flow of our work, but if we're not also mindful of the ways in which we are unintentionally sabotaging our time, it can lead to burnout, extended deadlines, and poor time management.
Today's episode is going to involve a bit of tough love. Stay tuned to hear about the things I do that help me keep solid boundaries in both professional and personal communication, tips for staying on task, and ways to increase your interpersonal communication skills.