In this quick episode, I chat with award-winning Blogger Sharon Palmer to talk about Blogging. We discuss if blogging is dead and whether or not new entrepreneurs should start a blog.Read More
I am sooo excited about this Episode, where I get to have a very healing conversation with Elissa Goodman. Elissa is a holistic nutritionist and lifestyle cleanse expert who believes that proper nourishment, healing by listening to your gut, and a daily renewal practice are essential for optimal living.
“Food is the gas in your tank, it’s the raw material of who you are, so why wouldn’t you eat well?” asks Chef Rachel Reuben, creator of the popular recipe blog and cooking school by the same name: Food Fix Kitchen. Her take on food goes right to the gut. “Most people take better care of their cars or their pets than they do their own bodies. They understand how high-octane fuel and regular maintenance makes a car run better, or how a high-quality diet affects their dog, but they have this disconnect when it comes to food and their own well-being. They’ll eat anything!”
Reuben has been on a mission to change all that. Through her cooking, writing, teaching and personal appearances, Chef Rachel has delivered the credo she lives by: “cook well, eat well, live well,” teaching clients and groups how to best fuel their lives and loved ones.Read More
For the She Heals The World Talk Show Episode 3 we share the story of Jolinda Johnson. Jolinda is a fertility coach, living in Barcelona Spain who is talking to us today about women’s health and creating a coaching practice. I love this episode because we don’t just talk about business and coaching, but we also touch on food, relationships, divorce, mothering yourself and playing a bigger game in this world.
Tune in to hear from my Columbia colleague, client and dear friend on Dreams, Divorce and Making Babies.
For the She Heals The World Talk Show Episode 2, I asked my colleague from Germany, Lulu, to come on the talk show to talk to all of us about being Vegan and Instagram! Lulu has over 250,000 followers and runs a business as a vegan food stylist that is completely funded by sponsorships.
Luisa Gassga from Lulus Dream Town shares her life with the world and loves to inspire others. Listen in to hear her story, jot down a cool vegan recipe and learn how to grow your Instagram so that your brand can stand out online.Read More
Issue One of the She Heals The World Talk Show tells my story and why I created this movement 6 years ago. Our episodes highlight conversations and insights that support the values of self-care, creative and personal freedom, slower living, happiness, health, and wellness. My goal is to provide content that connects and supports personal growth, freedom and fulfillment in our everyday lives.Read More
Wondering what you should be doing every day to continue to grow your business - take a peek at my freedom schedule and stop wondering.Read More
In this post I am going to share with you what I did to launch my weight loss journey (which is still ongoing), the products I used and how you can keep your health high and your business booming while enjoying the freedom of working from your dining room table.
Winter on the east coast this year has been particularly challenging for me. We have had so much snow and cold air that traveling to warmer climates has been one of my top priorities. However, after a trip to the Cayman Islands and then to Dallas, Texas, being home in my kitchen has started to feel good again.Read More
I guess I should have brushed up a bit more on my French before committing to travel around France.
My husband and I stood underneath a beautiful building ledge in Paris to shield us from the unexpected rain, when a group of Parisian women with aprons on stepped out of their bakery and started shouting at us "Viens de la pluie mademoiselle !"Read More
To ignite each day with alignment and flow, I have learned that it is best that my morning embodies these 6 rituals.Read More
Alot of the women I support are overbooked and ready to stop trading hours for dollars by bringing their work online, or just have always had a knack for freedom - so I get asked this question fairly frequently.Read More