Feeling great about yourself is a nice idea, but can also feel like a luxury when you’re a busy mum. Especially when it comes to juggling work, grown-up life and trying to maintain a small semblance of normality alongside the constant demands of kids!
So just how do you keep your health and wellbeing a priority when there are so many demands on your time? In the Feel Great Podcast, mum-of-four Emmie focuses on just that; your physical and emotional wellness. As women, can we have it all? How do we fit it all in?
Feeling great about yourself shouldn’t just be a long forgotten new year’s
This is the final episode in this series of the Feel Great Podcast. I talk to Amy Stoddard-Ajayi, who is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. She has been working in therapeutic environments for 15 years, a lot of that has been with women and family. Amy runs a consultancy that supports the design of mental health and physical health services.
In this episode, we talk about perfectionism and why being imperfect is actually quite a wonderful thing that we can embrace.
On this episode of the Feel Great Podcast I talk to Heather Pearson who is a sports therapist, strength coach and nutritionist. She is also an author of ‘Back Pain Free – Put an end to your suffering with the Pearson Method”.
Heather says that health and wellness are not just fixing things that go wrong but thinking about prevention.
We talk about exercise, nutrition, staying strong, meditation and visualisation.
On this episode I talk to Fiona Austin who is a positive psychologist. We talk about the importance of nature and making meaningful connections with the outside world, and how being constantly connected to technology and social media can have negative repercussions. We talk about happiness at work and the simple things that companies can do to help their staff be happier.
Interview with Jessica Chivers from The Talent Keeper Specialists. I talk to Jessica about flexible working, shared parental leave, setting boundaries and also about the work that she does with her company, The Talent Keeper Specialists.