Duration: 39 min
Duration: 43 min
Maybe your body has changed coming out of the pandemic...
Maybe you avoid dressing rooms or your closet like the plague...
Maybe the clothes you want to wear no longer fit...
Maybe clothes in general triggers shame, guilt or frustration...
Then this episode is for you.
In this episode, I share 5 ways to prepare yourself when trying on clothes for a more positive and gentler experience.
Duration: 49 min
Duration: 54 min
Duration: 9 min
I am trying something new today on the podcast.
I am sharing my first episode in what I am going to call my "mini disruptions" (I may change this, haha!) I will use them to dive in deeper on a certain topic, thought or idea that has been percolating in my brain. So, here goes the first one on the idea that "your appearance is not the currency of your worth".
In a society that values beauty, youth and thinness. There’s really only a few who get to benefit from it. And even if you do, it’s still fleeting. So we get stuck in a never ending pursuit of chasing flawless skin, a thinner body or hiding the natural aging process by any means necessary. Even if it makes you miserable and unhappy.
You think that it’s the price of admission to acceptance, validation or self-worth.
So many base their self worth on:
In this episode, I bring on my best friend and past podcast guest (S1 Ep:3) who is also named Amanda back onto the podcast to drink some gin with me and to me 20 personal questions!
I did not know the questions ahead of time.
Before we dive into the questions, my guest Amanda and I do a deep dive into her new found joy in Tiktok and how she found a community of people (the "new coming out" lesbians community) that she can relate to. It's helped her to learn more about the community and herself as a late coming out lesbian.
Then we dive into the 20 questions.
I share what I've learned about being a wife, my biggest fears, my biggest...
In today's episode, I'm introducing a new series that you will be see throughout Season 2 where I share inspirational women and their lessons in life.
So, to kick off this series, I bring on a friend Cassandra Blackmore, who is running for City Council in Fredericton, NB. However, I first met her when she wanted to start her own Wardrobe Consulting business.
Cassandra worked in wardrobe consulting for awhile, but followed her passion to become the Executive Director of Fredricton's Community Kitchens (making and giving food...