Strong is the New Pretty is the perfect mantra for all of us! It also happens to be the title of Kate’s new book that features girls in their natural habitats doing things they love that are silly, loud, messy, fearless, independent, confident and fierce. Kate T Parker and her photography have taken this notion and put it into art form…a tangible way for us to look at and feel the gamut of emotions from playfulness and outright fun to a sense of pride and creativity. I would recommend this book for women of any age and would definitely use it to gift towards a graduating Senior or just a girlfriend who might be having a hard time in their life to remind them of their strength and power. This episode deep dives into how Kate got into photography in the first place to the culmination of this incredible book. You’re gonna love today’s episode!
Becoming Genuinely You could not be a more apt description of what Gina Gardiner can offer you. From work relationships, romantic relationships, and most especially the relationship with yourself, listening to Gina’s wisdom and insights that she has garnered over years of experience is a balm to your soul. She is genuine, she is witty, and oh so wise and can definitely help you in finding the happiness and success you so desire in your life through small, actionable steps. Enjoy today’s episode and her lovely accent that I so adore!
Intimidated. Yep…that was me when I first learned about Living Room Conversations. After speaking with Joan, however, I have gained a healthy respect for learning how to have civil discussions about topics we might not always agree on. Stop un-friending your “friends” on Facebook because you have a difference of opinion. Stop losing family relationships and real life friends because you have a different political/religious/health view. IT CAN BE DONE! I don’t know that I was convinced of this until I tried what livingroomconversations.org suggests and hosted my own Living Room Conversation around food in my own home! Listen to the podcast and see what I mean…I bet you that you will also realize the need for this in our homes, our friendships, our communities, our nation, and yes, even the world.
Money, A Love Story may have been Kate’s first book, but Kate is up to so much more these days including launching the new Origin Collective (visit origincollective.com) and working on another book to come out in 2019! I think the best thing I learned about Kate is that she is FOR REAL! She is not claiming to know everything, but is sincere in sharing what she has learned in such a loving and supportive way that others are following! Learning about Kate has made me a fan and a follower and I hope to some day add friend to that list! Check out more about Kate on her website, katenorthrup.com and enjoy this fun, uplifting, inspiring episode!
Emotional Eating has met it’s match! Samantha Russell, or “Sam” as she likes to be referred to is an Eating Psychology Coach who works with women of all shapes and sizes in addressing their emotional eating challenges. YOU ARE NOT BROKEN. Therefore, you don’t need to be fixed. Healing is her preferred method and she has a knowledge base, kindness, and skills to help you on your journey. Listen the podcast, take advantage of her Freebies on livethewhole.com and then I dare you to not want more from this incredible woman.