Spicy life is your go to podcast inspired by Life Coach, Health and Wellness Expert, women empowerment advocate, and Spiritual Activist Farrah Miller’s own wellness, spiritual, and self love journey. Farrah believes that today we are living in a different time where self education is the “new norm” and that we can change our life story with transforming our blue print and connecting with our higher self. Spicy Life is a podcast focused on daily mindfulness, mindset, spirituality, empowerment, self development, and happiness. Join Farrah Miller and her guest every week.
Our relationship with food is complex and emotional. It makes sense that when we are under enormous stress (and what’s more stressful than an invisible highly contagious virus) we tend to turn to food for comfort, distraction, and self-soothing. When this happens, we tune out our body’s signals of hunger and satiation and just eat. We stop eating to satisfy a physical need and attempt to use food to meet an emotional one.
Sometimes it feels good in the moment. The food satisfies the need for distraction, comfort, or even excitement. But afterward, we feel bad about whatever we were feeling bad about to begin with and now, we may feel bad about what (or how much) we ate, too. This tends to create a negative cycle of: Feel bad, eat, feel bad, eat.
So what do you do to break the cycle? In this episode, my guest Jalpa shares her best tips based on her own personal experience overcoming emotional eating, plus decades of clinical experience treating people with eating issues as a therapist.
As a Reiki Master and Nutrition Coach, Jalpa’s mission is to guide clients to realize their own power by tapping into their higher self and releasing what no longer serves them - physically, mentally, & spiritually.
Farrah Miller chats with Lexie Smith. From winning Shark Tank brands, to some of Inc. Magazine's Fastest-Growing Companies in America, Lexie Smith, Founder of THEPRBAR inc., has helped countless companies and entrepreneurs gain accelerated success through the world of Public Relations. With nearly 10 years of PR and Marketing experience, serving most recently as a VP of a high 8-figure industry disruptor, Smith has been recognized as top “20 in their 20s” and “Brilliant PR Experts under 30”. Her clients have earned accolades such as "Entrepreneur of the Year" and "Most Entrepreneurial Companies in America" and have been featured in outlets such as Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc., CNN, the LA Times, Eater, USA Today, FabFitFun, The Huffington Post, Thrillist, ABC, CBS, Wired …and many many more. In 2019, Lexie Founded THEPRBAR inc. to establish a fun and inspiring brand that empowers entrepreneurs and small business owners to build their own empires.
Jessica Korthuis is the Founder/CEO of Sohuis, an educational platform and membership community that provides marketing and branding educational programs to help early-stage female founders grow and market their businesses. She is a powerhouse brand strategist, senior marketer and acknowledged professional among her colleagues. In her tenure, she has worked alongside many incredible brands including: Red Bull, TedxWomen, Girls Who Code, Stanford University, Bloomingdale’s, and Florida Institute of Technology. Jessica is a two-time organizer for Techstars Startup Weekend, a mentor for the Social Enterprise Alliance, brand advisor to Rebuild Globally, a 40 Under 40 Honoree, a “Women Who Mean Business” Honoree, and was most recently listed as a “Women to Watch in 2019 and Beyond” by the nationally-accredited publication, Bizwomen. Jessica enjoys public speaking and has been featured by Girlboss, The Lean Startup Co., Girl CEO Inc, Entreprenistas, She Leads NYC, VoyageATL and Biz Journals. She supports socially-conscious businesses, women in leadership, collaborative and creative work environments, and the best way to contact her is by e-mail at email@example.com.
Catherine A. Wood believes that we each hold within us the capacity to be deeply joyful and content. With an incredibly positive and optimistic outlook on life, Wood has achieved a state of intrinsic happiness throughout her personal journey. Years ago, she found herself emotionally misguided and searching. Looking for answers on how to fill that looming sense of emptiness from within, Wood attempted to fill the void through the relentless pursuit of achievement and external accolades. She spent much of the next decade traveling the world and searching for the answers that she now shares in her book, Belonging: Overcome Your Inner Critic and Reclaim Your Joy. With a voracious appetite for both new adventures and meaningful conversation, her laugh will cause you to smile and her vulnerability will help access your own. Founder and Head Coach of Unbounded Potential, learn more and connect with Catherine A. Wood at www.unbounded-potential.com or on Instagram @unboundedpotential.
Todd Shea is the founder of CDRS, a musician, and song writer. He is an inspiration for me with all the work his non profit is doing in Pakistan from last 15 years. Change comes from taking action and action starts from each of us. It was an honor to have Todd on my podcast and get to know about their work and recent projects.
Mindfulness is a skill and a way of life. Mindfulness is a wonderful thing. It relieves stress, increases enjoyment, increases productivity, reduce anxiety, and help you to build a more accurate view of the World.
Today so many are feeling fearful and anxious due to corona virus. I wanted to bring some peace to your mind and heart with reading my affirmation letter to you. It is my hope that you find some clarity and guidance through this. You have the power with in you to melt these fears away.
Farrah Miller talks with Danni McGhee in the latest episode on vegan diet. Danni McGhee is the author of Ready to go vegan book, nutrition coach, vegan chef, and food educator. She talks about her journey to vegan and how you can too make that change with ease.
When you stock up your fridge and pantry with nutritious Whole Foods, making clean eating easy and saving time. Weekly meal planning made easy can save you money, calories, and weight loss. It’s all about preparation in advance and then staying committed. The main key to keep a clean kitchen is to keep your kitchen stocked up all the time with the right foods to help you reach your health goals.
Naza talks about mindfulness in dating and how the idea of CarpeDM came about. She wants to change the world with bringing in the awareness of mental health and the effects today’s dating can have on our mental heath.
Dr James is a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology and graduate degrees in Theology and Spirituality. He is the author of three books on personal transformation and is an in-demand speaker and retreat leader. In this episode he shares these Takeaways. :
- We need to fulfill our soul´s purpose
- We have to enter the subconscious mind to make changes
- The mind is everywhere that our nerves are in our body
- Time and distance and all relative
- Our system is based on control
- The brain is actively involved in every aspect of our lives
- Being in alignment is a question of energetic flow
- The heart has thinking cells in it, just like the brain
- As we learn to use our brain, we can do incredible things
- Meditation sometimes is very similar to hypnosis
Mahreen Agha is a reiki master, energy healer, teacher, and a humanitarian. In this episode she talked about how to get unstuck and shake things up to be in the flow. When love catches you, it changes your life
•People lock themselves and don´t accept help from others
•You need to maintain your body and soul to have a balance. Looking forward to sharing it with the world.
Sydney Weiss is a Executive Producer & Creative Host of Seek the Joy Podcast and a Entertainment Lawyer in La, CA. She is all about mindfulness and living life with seeking joy in little things in life and sharing it with the World.
Meditation trains your mind to focus on the moment instead of worrying about what occurred in the past or what could happen in the future. All you need is five minutes a day. A Study published in April 2013 in Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience reported that the practice can reduce anxiety levels by up to 22%. Research has suggested that meditating can actually form new and permanent neutral connections in the brain. Anyone can do it, and the more consistent you are, the easier it will become. So take a timer, a notepad and a pen to a quite room with soft (but not dim) lighting. Sit up straight in a comfortable chair, remove your shoes and socks and get started.