Do you feel like you are just going through the motions in your life? Do you want discover and live out your God given purpose?
If so, this interview is for you.
Tasi has experienced pain, loss, depression and lack of clarity with not knowing her purpose. In 2017, she decided to change the rest of her life, she listened to her intuition, quit her corporate job and decided to love herself more than anyone in order to heal and figure out her life’s purpose. God led her to the direction of His will over her life which led her to coaching. Tasi’s bold mission is to teach others how to experience greater self-love in order to heal past hurts, have better relationships and overall live a life filled with love. She lives in Oceanside, California and enjoys learning, the beach and laughing with family and friends.
Tasiaeafe (Tasi) Faapouli is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of TasiCoaching Inc., a transformational lifestyle coaching firm. She is certified as a Transformational Mastery Coach, Health Coach and Life Coach and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business. She has impacted the lives of her clients by teaching them how to take ownership in their lives through their responsibility and decision making, trust their intuition through awareness and experience more love in order to live a life they love.
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Do you struggle with low libido? Did you know that many medications can cause low libido?
During this interview with Dr. Wiggins, we talk about the importance of balancing hormones, the causes of low libido and the role communication and mindset play in women's health.
Dr. Jordin Wiggins is a Naturopathic Doctor, and the owner and creator of Health Over All Inc., the premier women’s health clinic in the Niagara Region, Ontario.
Dr. Wiggins believes that women deserve better health care, and that all women have the right to wake up energized and excited to take on their day. Her passion is to provide more awareness and accurate information in the women’s sexual health and wellness space.
Learn more about Dr. Jordin Wiggins N.D.
30 Day Hormone Code Program :
Do you struggle with sharing your grief with others? Or do you have trouble finding the "right words" to say to a grieving friend?
During this interview, Jill Zimmerman and I talk about ways you can normalize the conversation about grief and ways that you can support loved ones going through the grieving process.
Jill Zimmerman is a certified grief coach, writer and Thanatologist. She has given talks on disenfranchised grief and has recently been selected to be a speaker at this years Reimagine conference being held in San Francisco in the fall.
Jill has also worked extensively with the Alzheimer's community offering support to clients with memory loss and their caregivers.
You can find a couple of her articles on death/dying and grief at Elephant Journal.com
Find out more about Jill:
If you are in the San Francisco area check out her presentation on November 1st.
Jill's Session on "The Ways We Grieve"
Did you know that there is a link between ADHD and eating disorders?
Do you struggle with a lack of focus or attention?
Are you looking for ways to improve your memory and brain health?
If so, this podcast is for you.
Dr. Tiffany Brown-Bush talks about the Link Between ADHD and Eating Disorders and ways that you can improve your memory and
Dr. Tiffany Brown-Bush MS, LPC, BHHC,BCND is an Integrative Rational Living psychotherapist, Functional Nutrition Coach, Doctor of Natural Medicine and ISEAI full member.
Tiffany healing approach is Integrative psychotherapy: a blend of brain balancing, natural health, nutrition and therapy. She integrates Brain Health Assessments, Natural and Functional Medicine, Limbic Re-education and Integrative Cognitive Therapy approaches and techniques, to unearth long-standing root cause physical and psychological issues, behavior patterns and negative perceptions that are holding client's back from living the life they want.
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Resources Mentioned During Interview:
Brain Health App
Dr. Russell Barkley
Smart But Scattered
Dr. James Greenblatt
Dr. Caroline Dukarm
Pieces of a Puzzle: The Link Between Eating Disorders and Attention Defecit Disorder
Do you have difficulty processing or discussing your grief with others?
Kimberly White the founder of Victory Over Loss is a grief and loss coach. She helps people who are suffering from the effects of losing a loved one. She connects with them in an empathetic way and listens to their powerful stories of love and loss.
Her journey in serving the bereaved began when she worked with individuals, families and volunteers while working a paid internship earning a MA in Mental Health Counseling as a Hospice Volunteer Coordinator and Bereavement Counseling Intern. It's then that she had numerous opportunities to closely work with patients and families on their death and dying journey.
This role armed her with the necessary tools to support others in combating the woes of not only loss from death and dying, but from the everyday loss of things dear to them in life.
Her purpose and passion in life is to help others walking in the valley of despair. She have journeyed through many such valleys. Overcoming anxiety, depression, divorce and death, she still continues to rise. She believes she has persevered thus far because she has God as her Life Coach.
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Do you allow obstacles to hold you back from achieving your goals? If so, this interview is for you.
Angelina talks about how she used the obstacles life threw her way to help her achieve her goals and pursue her God given purpose.
Angelina worked hard to change the trajectory of her life. She went from being a statistic to a success story. She was raised in the projects in Liberty City with a single mom and two sisters. She’s overcome a heartbreak five years ago and recently recovering from a tumor in her face the size of a baseball.
Even though the odds were stacked against her, she was determined not to allow conditions to stop her from achieving her goals and using her pain towards purpose. She was determined to face her fears and tears, and step into her mission.
This year, Angelina launched Shefixescrowns.com, where she teaches women how to go from mediocre to excellence in every area of their life. Her vision is to empower women how to leave a legacy for generations to come. She teaches women by using her experiences and methods she applied to become a boss babe. She believes, “Success is no accident, if you want to achieve amazing things and build a successful life, you have to do it on purpose for a purpose.”
Because of her faith, obedience, hard work, and dedication, she was able to turn her storms into blessings. She achieved her success by walking the talk. Angelina is the face of success. Instead of focusing on fear, pain, and the difficult days, she decided to endure and focus on the promise.
Angelina Rosario is a General Sales Manager for Hits 97.3 and Easy 93.1 with Cox Media Group Miami, coach, author, speaker, and overcomer. She has influenced hundreds of women by teaching them that trials and setbacks are their secret weapons towards achieving success and becoming their best version. Born and raised in Miami, FL, Angelina inspires others to live and dream big.
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Do you or someone you know struggle with anxiety?
Anxiety disorders affect over 40 million Americans over the age of 18.
During this interview I talk with Lisa Poe, the founder of Adventures and Anxiety.
She tells her story about her journey with anxiety and how she is able to live a fulfilling life despite her diagnosis.
Lisa discusses the role diet, exercise, self care and setting clear boundaries plays in managing anxiety in her day to day life.
Lisa is a spirited marketer by day, and a wife, dog mom and blogger by night. She lives to develop meaningful relationships with others, travel, and adventure, but she also thrives from routine – most likely due to the fact that she was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder at the age of 19. Through almost a decade of trial-and-error, She has learned how to thrive with her mental health disorders. She started Adventures & Anxiety to share that knowledge with others and to hopefully make a positive difference!
Find out more about Lisa:
Blog : www.Adventuresandanxiety.com
Did you know that clutter can decrease your productivity and negatively affect your health and well-being?
Smith Banfield, the founder and CEO of Create Clear Space discusses some reasons why we buy things we don't need and
how it affects our over all health an health and well-being.
Smith Banfield is founder of Clear Space, lives and works in New York City where she and her company are known for their expertise in move and relocation management, along with crafting superior solutions and functional spaces for her private clients. With her compassionate curiosity, closet wizardry, a sharp eye for detail and magical skill of creating space out of thin air, Smith sets her clients free from their overwhelmed homes.
Smith’s clients experience a shift in their beliefs about their belongings which gives them the permission to let go of what no longer serves them. They come to know a new peace in their home and a renewed sense of possibilities, as well as the ability to find anything they need in under a minute.
Smith believes that our wellness is directly connected to what we are surrounded by, whether in our homes or the world. Her ability to visualize and create inspiring environments, and bring consciousness to choices we make about what surrounds us, generates results that are absolutely life-changing.
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Welcome back to Season 2 of the Wellthier Together Podcast.
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Are you a busy mom or a professional women with a career? Do you feel guilty taking time for yourself? If so, this interview with Sandra Foreman, the founder of The Spa In Me is for you. Sandra created the Spa In Me as a way to help busy women create space for self care.
Sandra Foreman is a wife, mother, and lawyer who has practiced law in Texas since February 1996. Slowly, after practicing law for a number of years,
Sandra started to experience burnout and fatigue. She sought new meaning in her life. Sandra started to change her lifestyle in order to better manage her stress. She stopped working weekends and long hours. She limited the number of pro bono cases that she accepted each year.She strives to live a well-rounded life, has obtained yoga teacher certification from Yoga Yoga, in Austin, Texas, and health coaching certification from the Health Coach Institute. She is a first place Masters Bikini Winner, and a second place novice winner, in a bodybuilding competition sponsored by the Naturally Fit Federation in Austin, Texas.
After years of deep soul searching and self-discovery, Sandra determined that her new purpose in life is to help other women acknowledge their worth in making self-care an ongoing practice as opposed to an occasional indulgence.
She recently founded The Spa in Me, LLC, which plans an annual retreat for women. The next retreat is scheduled for Saturday, October 26, 2019, from 8 am - 5 pm, at McKinney Roughs Nature Center in Cedar Creek, Texas.The Rest, Reset, and Restore Retreat offers women the opportunity to find peace and joy in the midst of a stressed, chaotic life.
This day long retreat will teach busy women how to journal, meditate, and find tools to love themselves first. The goal is to create compassionate communities where attendees find a refreshed spirit, and, most importantly, have fun!
This summer, The Spa in Me, LLC, will expand to offer a self care boutique with products to help women reset and relax in their own home.
Find out more about Sandra below:
During this interview, Morayo discusses ways leaders can help prevent burnout, cultivate a healthier community and become more resilient. We discuss the following:
The importance of creating a healthy trustworthy community
Using your limits as a way to engage your team or collaborate with others
The importance of letting go of perfection
Creating a healthy environment in your organization
Creating margin by empowering your team
How the stress response changes your thinking the thought patterns
How self awareness can help facilitate the growth of your team
The importance of expression emotions in a healthy way
Morayo Roseke is a Life & Leadership Coach based in the UK. She is on a mission to help people improve their health, wellbeing and quality of life by reducing the level of mental struggle that they experience. After a decade of providing psychological therapies and interventions in mental health, she founded of Coach with Morayo, where she harnesses techniques based on core psychological principles to help everyday individuals and leaders to eliminate burnout, increase innovation, improve effectiveness and maximise their impact.
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Did you know that your skin has its own microbiome that helps keep it healthy? Ellie Trinh is the founder of Skin Probiotics a skin care product with live bacteria, (unlike a majority of the other probiotic skin care products on the market).
Ellie Hang Trinh is the founder and formulator of Skin Probiotics.
As a trained scientist and attorney, I approach every problem looking for its root cause or causes. The problem that spurred me to develop our patent pending Skin Probiotics was my young children’s eczema and milk allergy. I had to find and eliminate the cause of their discomfort, not just prohibit them from enjoying life and subject them to treatments and diets to keep the symptoms from making them miserable.
After 9 years of research and running a raw dairy farm and farm store which served thousands of Houstonians in Texas, my husband and I unraveled the root causes of most modern ailments and discovered how to restore the body’s ability to function properly so that disease symptoms disappeared and clients no longer needed conventional or alternative treatments.
So, our patent pending Skin Probiotics was born. It helps patients’ skin balance and repair itself. Within a short time of use, the skin's microbiome becomes healthy and resilient and thus free of acne, eczema, premature aging and inflammation.
During this interview we talk about:
The role probiotics play in our skin and digestive health
The best and cheapest way to get probiotics into you diet
What is really in probiotic pills and powders?
Questions to ask your local farmer
What is really in your pets food?
The importance of staying hydrated
The importance of emotions in skin and over all health
The importance of emotions in skin and over all health our skin microbiome
Don't forget the coupon code that will get you 20% off of your order.
The coupon code is : Probiotics
Find out more about Ellie and Skin Probiotics below:
Did you know that you can use nutrition to balance your hormones and treat PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) ? In this, interview Cory Levin discusses how nutrition can help you balance hormones, increase fertility and put PCOS into remission.
Cory Levin is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and women's health expert. Cory is the founder and principal of The Women's Dietitian and Instagram account @thewomensdietitian, a private practice and digital platform for women seeking nutrition support for hormone balance, fertility, digestion, and weight management. She specializes in conditions such as PCOS, endometriosis, PMDD, Hashimoto’s, and nutrition therapy for infertility and assisted reproductive technology. Cory dedicates her practice to a science-backed eating and lifestyle method she has created called "Cycle Hacking". It is through this program that she customizes nutrition prescriptions for clients phase-by-phase of their cycle to optimize hormone balance and encourage healthy hormone levels.
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Are you a care giver who is caring for your parents or a loved one? Susanne White talks about the lessons she learned while taking care of her parents.
She goes into the importance of setting clear boundaries as a caregiver and making sure that you have healthy community around you during this stressful time.
Susanne White is the founder of Caregiver Warrior. She was blessed with the opportunity to care for her parents and ventured out on a caregiving journey that would change her life. She blogs about this journey on her website, caregiverwarrior.com and shares her experience, strength and hope with others so that they too may survive caregiving with grace and empowerment. Follow her on Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Instagram
Do want to have a healthier relationship with food? In this interview, Brigitte share tips to help you repair your relationship with food and find other ways to process your emotions.
Brigitte is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and Emotional Eating Expert. She helps ambitious women heal their relationship to food and their bodies. She also empowers them to experience all of life transitions (postpartum, caregiving, grief, etc.) in a sustainable, bountiful manner.
For nearly two decades, Brigitte struggled using food to numb out when stressed and overwhelmed. It became her mission to heal her own emotional eating and to find peace with food and her body. By doing this, she was able to show up fully and most abundantly during her most challenging life transition of all: the passing of her father. Brigitte now aids women in their own quest for peace on plate during life’s beautifully chaotic moments.
Find out more about Brigitte below:
IG : briayoubwellness
Did you know that unresolved trauma form the past can affect your physical and mental health years later?
During this interview, Jennifer talks about ways to heal from past trauma and pursue wholeness. From self compassion, to healing within the context of community and paying attention to how trauma manifests in your body and affects your health Jennifer discusses the steps to healing and wholeness.
Find out more about Jennifer below:
Jennifer Emperador is the founder of Sol Discovery and an instructor at The Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. She has taught several personal growth workshops and retreats and has served as a volunteer at a local woman’s recovery center. As a Trauma-Sensitive Practitioner she takes on a wholeness approach to healing trauma. She has helped her clients reclaim their lives through the integration of emotional regulation, yoga, energy work, hypnotherapy, sound healing, mindfulness and somatic psychotherapy techniques. Jennifer’s personal journey of healing from developmental and complex trauma drives her deep passion for working with people diagnosed with PTSD, addictions, anxiety, depression and chronic pain. It is her mission to help others recognize and appreciate their wholeness so that they can live a radiant and vibrant life.
Did you know that decluttering your life can help prevent burn out? This interview with Dr. Jessica Louie PharmD will help you get rid of of expectations and mindsets that no longer serve you so you can stop collecting material things and focus on the things in life that bring you joy.
Dr. Louie talks about the connection between physical and mental clutter and how it affects your productivity and your risk of developing burnout.
Dr. Jessica Louie, PharmD, APh, BCCCP - Burnout and Declutter Coach, Certified KonMari Consultant, Critical Care Pharmacist and Assistant Professor at West Coast University School of Pharmacy
Free Burnout Webinar and Coaching information: https://drjessicalouie.com/services/
Free Resources with Mindful Decluttering and How to Set Goals: https://drjessicalouie.com/instagram-links/
Connect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-m-louie-pharmd-bcccp/
Connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjessicalouie/
Did you know that you can use insurance as a tool to build wealth and protect your family from unnecessary hardship?
In this interview, Lacole Whitfield talks about the importance of making sure that you are properly insured so you can plan for the future and build wealth.
Find out more about Lacole below:
Lacole Whitfield is an Financial Services Advisor & Life Insurance Broker. Since graduating high school in 1999, she has worked in different sectors of the Banking and Finance Industries, from Mortgage Lending and Home Equity Loans, to Credit Card Servicing, and now Wealth Management and Succession Planning. Lacole has been in her current field as an Advisor now for 4 years. She has worked with some very well known, top rated companies, and she prides herself on faith in God, her integrity and her desire to always do what's best for the client.
We all know that we need to eat healthy , get enough sleep and manage our stress. Did you know that chemicals in our beauty and cleaning products can also affect your health? During this interview with Courtney, learn how a cancer diagnosis led her to take closer look at the ingredients in her favorite beauty and cleaning products.
Courtney is a clean beauty advocate who aims to inspire and educate women on the importance of choosing healthy and safe non-toxic products for themselves and their families. Courtney began her own toxin-free journey last year after a family member of hers was diagnosed with breast cancer. After researching the effects of toxins on our health, Courtney began switching out her products to cleaner, more natural beauty and household products. Her goal is to empower women and prove that switching over to a non-toxic lifestyle is completely attainable and worthwhile!
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Many caregivers serve others and neglect their own health and well-being. Whether you are taking care of a sick parent or a child with disabilities you need to create space to take care of yourself .
In this interview Nicole Dauz tell her story about being a caregiver and gives tips to help caregivers to create the space they need to take care of their emotional and physical health and well-being.
Nicole's self-talk has evolved from selfish to self-care and it has become very empowering. She learned quickly that self-care would play an important role in my world as a mother of child with a rare genetic disease and autism.
As she blogged about her caregiver journey, she learned that many other caregivers are feeling overwhelmed and looking for ways to cope. So many people tell her that she is lucky - its not luck. Its about giving yourself permission to be happy, setting boundaries and taking the time for yourself.
As a self-care coach, she helps caregivers discover what brings them joy, set boundaries for themselves and create their own unique self-care plan.
You can find out more about Nicole below:
Do you find yourself eating mindlessly or eating for comfort? If so, you might be an emotional eater.
During this interview, Jenna gives actionable tips to help you develop and cultivate coping mechanisms that don't involve food.
She discusses the importance of identifying your emotional eating triggers and the difference between physical hunger and emotional hunger.
Jenna Lessner of Simply Nurtured runs online courses on nutrition and emotional eating that teach you to love your body and to help you understand how your emotions are impacting your food choices. She also works with individual clients both locally and remotely to help them change their relationship with food. Jenna is an Emotional Eating Coach, a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant, a Precision Nutrition Level One Coach and a scientist.
Check out Jenna's 5 Day Stress Eating Challenge and the EFT Tapping tutorial:
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Do you have struggle with having difficult conversations with friends, family or your significant other?
Pam shares some tips to help you improve your communication. She also shares tips for cultivating emotional health and the importance of knowing yourself before you enter a relationship.
Pam Larkin is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who graduated from Wheaton College with her Masters in Clinical Psychology.
With 8 years of clinical experience, Pam joined the team at Optimum Joy Clinical Counseling just under 6 months ago. In her work prior to Optimum Joy, Pam flourished in her pursuit of integrating her passion for social justice and mental health while working with those who struggle with severe mental illness. In her work at Thresholds, a community mental health agency in the Chicagoland area, Pam "grew up" as she offered community support in lower income homes and later became an Assistant Program Director.
Funny enough, it was there that she met her husband. Pam is enthusiastic about her work with Optimum Joy offering clinical supervision and counseling to individuals and couples. She is most excited to talk to others about dating, women's concerns, ethnic identity development, and spirituality.
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Do you find it difficult to process past trauma? Do you find yourself being triggered by events that occur in your day to day life?
In this interview, Dr. Danica Harris discusses the importance of processing trauma, setting coundaries and healing trauma within community.
Danica is a therapist in Dallas, TX who co-owns Empowered Healing Dallas, a private practice where she provides trauma-informed therapy using an interpersonal and attachment based approach. She also works as a Clinical Professor at Texas Woman’s University, in the Counseling Psychology Program.
Danica has particular clinical and research interest in attachment trauma, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, vicarious trauma, and oppression. Danica is also passionate about training and provides education to other mental health providers in the areas of building an advocate identity, social class, size-based discrimination, first-generation college student experiences, and trauma-informed strategies in clinical practice.
She is deeply invested in social justice efforts and destigmatizing mental health treatment, and utilizes her Instagram platform, to provide education and support to the broader community.
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Did you know that diet, lifestyle choices and hormone imbalances can wreck havoc on your skin?
Christalyne Causey is a clinical nutritionist and an aesthetician. During this interview she goes into the importance of wearing sunscreen and creating a diet and lifestyle that supports your skin and overall health.
Christalyne Causey is an over-educated science nerd with a penchant for skincare and beauty. Christalyne has a MS in nutrition and physiology and is getting her doctorate in Endocrinology. With 12 years experience in healthcare and nearly 10 in what she fondly refers to as “The Vanity Industry” she has set herself apart as both and aesthetician and nutritionist through her dedication to science, quality services and her no-nonsense and sometimes tough-love approach to skincare, hormone health and nutrition.
Do you struggle with brain fog, chronic fatigue, anxiety or burnout ? Did you know that these conditions are linked to brain health and lifestyle choices?
Dr. Nicole Roberts N.D. discusses ways to heal your brain through diet, sleep and stress management.
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Are you a good steward?
Do you view money as your own or do you view your finances as a tool to be managed for the kingdom?
During this interview, Terry Pena of One Tenth Consulting digs into to what it is to be a good steward of our finances.
Terry Pena is the Owner of One Tenth Consulting. One Tenth Consulting was birthed providing programs towards financial literacy and education with biblical principles. Tierina is also a stay at home momtreprenuer and along with her husband are raising their two kids Ariana and Aiden in NYC. She is passionate about sharing Gods principles and is looking forward to this wonderful journey with God guiding every step of the way.
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Did you know that there are harmful chemicals in everything from your shower curtains to the materials that are used to build your home?
Natalia's unique approach to holistic interior design and nutrition will leave you with tips you can use to create a healthy, healing home environment.
Find out more about Natalia below:
Are you suffering from emotional and physical burnout because you're busy taking care of the needs of others while neglecting your own ? If so , this podcast interview with Caitlin Donovan will give you actionable steps to kick people pleasing to the curb and bounce back from burnout so you can go back to living and loving your life.
Caitlin Donovan is an expert in Chinese Medicine and a Burnout Coach who uses lifestyle and mindset changes as her primary tools. After obtaining her Master’s degree in Oriental Medicine at Pacific College Of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, Caitlin followed love and spent the next 12 years working and lecturing in Europe. By combining the worldview of Chinese Medicine with the practicality of life coaching, Caitlin has the ability to translate ancient beliefs into easily used, interesting, and fun methods to lead you away from burnout and back to themselves.
Find our more about Caitlin below:
The Knot Exercise:
Did you know that some of your favorite "natural products" may contain harmful chemicals that do everything from disrupting your hormones to increasing your risk of developing cancer?
Kathryn Lattimer a.k.a Earth Minded Mama shares tips to help you live a toxin free lifestyle without the overwhelm.
Kathryn Lattimer is currently a full-time working mama who is passionate about educating others about clean living in her ‘spare’ time. She is a wife to Brian, mama of two sweet little boys, Logan and Conor, + 2 fur babies, Kiki and Rufus. They live on Long Island, NY and love to go to the beach and go hiking.
She is committed to empowering others with knowledge to help make the healthiest choices for themselves and their families. She has created a beautiful community of like-minded people, Earth Minded Mama, on Instagram and Facebook so we can all grow together on this journey. We chat about all things beauty, body care, household, and clean eating related. Please feel free to post or message me anytime. Her hope is that you find Earth Minded Mama a valuable educational resource and supportive community for you no matter what phase you are on in this journey.
You can find out more about Kathryn:
Are you looking to improve your financial health? Did you know that your credit play a role in your financial health?
Shelley Wallace is the founder of Ally Credit Consulting and she give some tips to help you build and rebuild your credit.
Shelley Wallace is a certified credit consultant with a passion for educating our community about the impact of credit on our daily lives and coaching millennial's on how to conquer their credit.
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Do you struggle with fatigue and brain fog? Are you getting frustrated with going from doctor to doctor and still not getting clear answers?
During this interview, Jen shares her story about her struggle with chronic fatigue and other chronic health conditions. She shares actionable steps to help you improve your brain and overall health.
Jen works with all chronic conditions and she has extensive experience with Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (biotoxin illness), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Fibromyalgia, digestive conditions, autoimmunity, brain health, the mind-body connection, and optimizing wellness.
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Are you in an unhealthy relationship? Do you know the signs of emotional abuse?
Miki Sturges survived an emotionally and physically abusive 13 year marriage. In this interview, she discusses signs of emotional abuse and how to thrive after leaving an abusive marriage.
Miki is a life coach, passionate about helping women get out of the feeling of unworthiness, insecurity and hopelessness and find her God-given greatness so that she can live a life filled with joy, security and hope and be free to go after her dreams!
Miki has taken back her power and regained the strength now through the love God has placed in her heart to begin sharing her story and help other women who are struggling to know who they are and are ready to understand and embrace the God-given uniqueness and greatness that lives within each woman!
She created the Rise Up Women Movement, which is a movement for women to rise up together to take back the true identity of who we are, and become the better version of ourselves. Coaching with Miki uses a unique methodology incorporating God’s guidance and wisdom.
She is a mom of 3 boys, now lives with her husband and a teenage son in western Colorado, makes frequent visits to their other sons who live out of the home.
Find out more about Miki below:
Join the movement: Rise Up Women Movement https://www.facebook.com/groups/riseupwomenmovement/
Did you know that many of the personal care and cleaning products that we use contain harmful ingredients that can affect your health? During this interview, Lauren Young of Sage House NY gives tips to help you find less toxic beauty and cleaning products.
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Do you struggle with setting clear boundaries with people in your life? Do you forget to prioritize your emotional health and well being? If so, Vanessa Watson LCSW has some tips to help women live their best lives during the second half of life.
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Do you feel stuck in life? Are you frustrated with not accomplishing your goals? If so, Dr. Pierce shares ways you can identify and overcome limiting beliefs and unhealthy patterns that are keeping you from living out your God given purpose.
Her mission is to help women create balance in their lives, by helping them tap into their desires, their design, and ultimately live their destiny. That's when real peace that transcends understanding takes on a literal meaning. Dr. Pierce is no stranger to the spotlight but has dedicated her life to shining a light on Jesus and making his name known near and far.
You can find Dr. Pierce:
Soar radio every Friday morning at 6:40 am Central Standard time.
Do you know the difference between periomenopause and menopause? If not, don't worry I didn't know the difference either. Karen breaks down the difference between the two and she gives nutrition, fitness and stress management tips to help you navigate pregnancy and periomenopause gracefully.
Karen Shopoff Rooff is a women's wellness warrior with more than a decade of experience empowering professional women to build a realistic healthy lifestyle.
As a certified personal trainer, health coach, and perimenopausal women's wellness coach, she reaches women worldwide via her popular blog, Running on Balance, and a virtual health coaching practice.
Her blog and health & wellness e-courses combine easy-to-understand science with realistic tips to educate body-wise women, particularly in the transition times of pregnancy and perimenopause.
Coach Karen's busy life as an entrepreneur, wife, and mom of three kids shows that you can have balance without having it all together.
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Are you having a hard time transitioning after a divorce and co-parenting? If so, this podcast interview with Julie Beckerman of Aspire to Growth will give you tips to navigate life after divorce and co-parent well.
Julie is a a Certified Professional Coach specializing in high-conflict Co-parenting relationships, well as a certified career counselor from New York University. She experience and training in Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Effective Communication, and Mindfulness techniques with a background working in Human Resources, Employee Relations and Conflict Resolution.
She also has experience navigating the transitions of divorce and dealing with the loss of a loved one, addiction, and health & fitness.
You can find our more about Julie below:
If you are looking for ways to improve your emotional wellness and cultivate resilience, this podcast interview is for you. Alexander Hoerr LCPC, RPT, is the founder of Optimum Joy Clinical Counseling and she shares practical ways that you can cultivate emotional wellness and resilience every day.
If you have lost your passion for life, this podcast is for you. Beth and I talk about the importance of reigniting your passion and purpose during life transitions and midlife.
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Do you think that you are too busy to cook and prepare healthy meals for you and your family? Dolores shares tips to help you plan healthy meals so you can eat healthier and save money.
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FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/busyentrepreneurshealthykitchen/
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Are you using your personal credit to fund your business? If so, did you know that this puts you and your assets at risk if your business goes under.
Eileen talks about how you can reduce your financial stress and liability by separating your business credit from your personal finances and building your business credit.
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Do you want to retire early but you're not quite sure how to get there?
If you want to learn how Eve was able to retire at the age of 35 this is the podcast interview for you.
Eve talks about focusing on developing an abundance mindset and embracing who you are becoming during the journey instead of focusing on the destination.
We also touch on the FIRE movement. FIRE stands for Financial Independence Retire Early.
You can learn more about retiring early on Eve's blog Notabondgirl.com
Have you started saving for retirement?
Magda give some simple tips on how to save for retirement at any stage of life.
You can watch her videos on how to get your financial house in order at https://www.wealthinhand.com/video-learnings
Does the thought of personal finance overwhelm you?
During this interview Coreen breaks personal finance into bite-sized pieces. She touches on everything from paying of student loans to using apps to track your money and what you need before buying a home.
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In this interview Kirstin discusses the importance developing a healthy mindset towards money by identifying the way that we interact with it.
Kristin gives helpful tips to help you be more intentional with your money so you can reach your financial goals.
You can find out more about Kristin at https://www.fruitfulstewardship.com/
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During this episode Keina talks about the importance of normalizing the discussion about money, setting money dates, tracking your money and creating a budget.
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Hello and welcome to the Wellthier Together podcast.
My name is Dr. Blessing and I am going to be your host.
My mission is to help women cultivate emotional, mental and physical wellness through the setting of clear boundaries, good nutrition and optimizing digestive health so that they have the energy to pursue their God given purpose.
I founded Wellthier Together because I wanted to create a community of professionals that is focused on helping women cultivate wellness in all areas of their life.
I believe it's important to cultivate wellness and all areas of our life because all of these areas are interrelated.
So, for example, your financial health plays a role on your emotional and mental health and your emotional and mental health plays a big role in your physical health.
I decided to create the wealthier together pop up podcasts to help women in different areas and stages of their life, cultivate wellness.
The first set of interviews is going to take a look at financial wellness and financial health.
And the women that I've picked to interview have a holistic approach in the way that they view finances, so they don't view finances are just a means to an end bit.
Developing those habits that you need to be successful in life and successful with saving money and having an emergency fund and all the things that have to do with financial health, they focus on those areas.
And ironically, the same things that you need to focus on your financial health, the same habits you have to learn and can be applied in regards to your health and your relationships. And of course, when you're setting boundaries.
I hope you enjoy the first series of the Wellthier Together Pop Up Podcast.