Three Sixty Conversations

Powerful conversations on womanhood and simplifying life to create space for everyday joy.

This is episode  17 and I am joined by Emma Paton known as @finalyfox on social media.  Emma had a career in fashion working as a buyer for fashion brand Boden.  She started a blog about children’s fashion after the birth of her first child.  This blog evolved and now includes children and women’s fashion alongside interiors. 


Emma left her career after having her second child which meant she had more time for blogging which has led to influencer marketing.  Emma uses her platform to help primarily mothers but also women in general find stylish clothes that that work for their multifaceted life.  Think pieces that work for the school run, corporate environments and socialising.


You can read the rest of the show notes here.


Ps I am winding down the fashion side of my brand as it doesn’t bring me as much joy as creating real life experiences, such as my day retreats, other wellness events and this podcast. I have written a blog post about it so you can check it out here.  There is at least 30% off all clothing.  At the end of the month I will be have a free postage promotion so keep checking here.



Welcome to episode 16 with Marsha Powell founder of the boutique wellness studio Eve and Grace.


Marsha left her high flying career as a Human Resources partner to open an inclusive non judgemental wellness space in Battersea SW London.  Eve and Grace provides intimate classes where participants are able to experience a high level of care and individual input from the array of highly skilled practitioners.  In this conversation we talk about being black women in wellness spaces, the need for inclusion and our views on why people of colour and black people specifically need to engage in wellness practices. This is a conversation for everyone so please don’t tune out. Inclusion only works when we do stuff together.


Full show notes available here.


I am closing down the clothing element of the Three Sixty brand!  Read about why here and shop here.  At least 30% off all clothing!


If you like this episode please do leave a (5 star) review and comment.  Your reviews and comments help me reach a wider audience and I would love more women particularly women in their late 30's and 40's to hear these conversations. Thank you!


Welcome to episode 15 with Nicky Raby, actress, coach helping small businesses, freelancers and entrepreneurs make their business and life work together like a beautiful blend.  She is also speaker, writer and podcaster using these platforms and her skills to have the conversations she felt were missing from this new path of life, career and business.

Full show notes with links to things referred to in this podcast here.

Nicky has a workshop on 07/01/19: Mapping out 2019 in person work shop including access to Nicky’s 'Business goals' - a perfect accompaniment which is packed full of resources to support you further. (usually £97)

You can check out Nicky’s website here or on instagram here


I am collaborating with the gorgeous Nicola Rae Wickham of A Life More Inspired to present an event called WELLBEING IS WELLTH on 18th January 2019. 


Wellbeing is Wellth  is an interactive panel discussion taking place on 18th January 2019 at 6:30pm at Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s most trusted providers of answers, helping professionals make confident decisions and run better businesses.  Booking and information here.






Welcome to episode 14 where I am in conversations with Jennifer MacFarlane aka The Money Medium. Jennifer is an international bestselling author, transformational money mindset and abundant life mentor, spiritual alchemist and summit leader.  Jennifer has a magical way of aligning people with their destiny by supporting them to understand the power of their thoughts and habits to reprogrammed their money mindset.  This is not about hustle hard, its about relaxing and putting yourself in a position where you are ready to receive because you know you can.  Jennifer assists people to identify subconscious thoughts about money and shift their money story from lack or limitation to abundance and expansion.


Jennifer works with her clients to create personalised mentoring and hypnosis style meditations that will reprogram old, worn out Money DNA that no longer serves them.  This is not about hustle hard, its about getting into alignment to allow money into your She works with people that are ready to up level into living a life where they work smart, not hard and adopt practices that makes them allow money into their lives and accumulate.  Jennifer is not supporting the notion that money will bring happiness she is fully aware that it is a tool that creates access and experiences and wants to show us how to let go of inherited belief about scarcity and lack.


In this episode we discuss the ways in which we can learn more about where our money beliefs come from and engage in practices to dismantle these beliefs so that we can relax and receive.


You can connect with Jennifer via the links below.


Website, Instagram, Facebook page, Soundcloud, Book.


Jennifer is collaborating with Sarah Akwisombe to create The Money Manifesting School which is a 30 day programme you can find details here.


Speaking of money, I am collaborating with the gorgeous Nicola Rae Wickham of A Life More Inspired to present an event called WELLBEING IS WELLTH on 18th January 2019. 


Wellbeing is Wellth  is an interactive panel discussion taking place on 18th January 2019 at 6:30pm at Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s most trusted providers of answers, helping professionals make confident decisions and run better businesses.  


For tickets and information click here.





Welcome to episode 13 of Three Sixty Conversations.  Today I am joined by Elisabetta Franzoso.  Elisabetta is a qualified life coach with over 15 years coaching and counselling experience.  She has a masters in counselling, diploma in Psychology and Gestalt therapy.  She is also a speaker, trainer and social activist. Elisabetta’s skill and experience is vast.


In this conversation we talk about trauma and self sabotage, what it is, how it shows up and it’s impact in our daily lives.  We discuss the ways in which we internalise trauma from childhood and beyond, how it can impact us and those around us.  Elisabetta and I share deeply in this episode and I had an intense revelation about how my self sabotage manifests itself in friendship. This conversation was like therapy.  I hope this episode is useful to you 


Five Rhythms dance a way to put you in touch with your whole self.


Book recommendations:

The Power of Now - Eckhart Tolle

The Road Less Travelled - Dr Scott Peck 

Living, Loving, Learning - Leo Buscaglia


Things and people mentioned in this podcast:

Jessica Huie

5 Rhythms dance

Elisabetta’s book, Stella’s Mum Gets Her Groove Back 

Elisabetta’s blog and blog post on the difference between counselling and coaching

Carl Jung

Le’Nise Brothers - Eat Love Move

Suzy Ashworth - Website

The four dimensions of our functioning -  Body, Intellect, Emotional, Relational.


Keep up with Elisabetta via instagram or her website.



I would absolutely love to hear what you thought about this episode and would really appreciate you rating and reviewing this podcast as your feedback gives me food for thought and helps broaden my reach. Please do get in touch if there is a topic you’d like me to cover and recommendations for future guests, the best place would probably be via instagram here. 


Welcome to episode 12 of Three Sixty Conversations.  Today I am joined Coach, Psychotherapist and Desire Map specialist, Nancy Florence.


Nancy is a highly skilled coach and psychotherapist who uses these skills to support high achieving women free themselves from their addiction to work, productivity and success.  Nancy is living proof that it’s is possible to achieve  and be successful without compromising your health and wellbeing.


We talk about shifting from the employee state of mind which is a constant performance to prove your worth to becoming an entrepreneur acknowledging that delegation, self care and focusing on key tasks enable success AND fulfilment.


Nancy has a course called the Desire Map Experience starting on 27th December.  In this is a 12 week course designed to connect you with your core desired feelings and a road map to enjoying the experience.  Full details here.


Thank you so much for the positive response to my new NOURISH apothecary candles.  I really appreciate your custom! 


Welcome to episode 11!  Today I’m joined by Paula Perry, founder of an organisation called You 4 Us.  This is a legacy organisation aimed at supporting families, particularly Black families to break inter-generational cycles of poverty and develop the tools and knowledge necessary to thrive.


Paula is a living testament to the work she does.  According to statistics she should not be a professional woman, published author or a person developing a nice property portfolio, but here she is doing these things and empowering others with the skills and strategies she has developed.


Paula’s approach to financial empowerment is so practical and effective she is able to demystify jargon and help people understand their finances.  She also provides coaching, workshops and online packages that support people to understand that they can identify and change the beliefs that are driving their behaviour and decision making.  Paula’s work in in finance is the tip of the iceberg she does work around parenting and developing confidence too.  Paula decided to start in the area of finance as she is aware that it is difficult to focus on deeper layers such as emotional behaviour and wellbeing if finances are causing stress.  Paula also knows that looking at the behaviour that underpins our financial choices can be a way to assist people to start becoming more self aware.


Paula brings a new level of diversity to personal development making the concept of thriving available  to people that society often over looks.


In this episode we talk about the four stages of wealth, how Paula assists people to give their money purpose, money mindset and more.


Paula also makes some book recommendations to assist with shifting our money blue prints:

Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert T. Kiyosaki

The Richest Man in Babylon, George Samuel Clason

You Are a Badass At Making Money, Jen Sincero

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, T. Harv Eker


You can keep up to date with Paula on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or her website.




Welcome to episode 10.  Today I am chatting to Lauren Derrett formerly @this_girl_is_enough now known as That Midlife Life (@thatmidlifelife).  Lauren is amazing, not because of what she does but because of who she is a nearly 45 year old woman standing firmly in her truth, embracing the privilege of ageing and making peace with the parts she’s not quite ready to give a big squeeze.  I must mention what Lauren does as she does LOADS (because of who she is). 


Lauren is a published author, writer, public speaker and advocate for women to realise their dreams via her membership hub.  Lauren is also a mother to four children and step-mother to two!


Lauren and I talk about her new hasthag #glowingold where she celebrates her journey through life, share appreciation for ‘bits and bobs’ and go deep on not allowing ourselves to be defined by one chapter in our books of life.  We also talk about staying curious and how to manage feelings when the title ‘mother’ doesn’t feel good.



Lauren’s book recommendations:

The Gift of Imperfection - Brene Brown

The Self Care Revolution - Suzy Reading

What I know for Sure - Oprah Winfrey

My Thoughts Exactly - Lilly Allen


You can buy Lauren’s book, Filter Free: Real Life Stories of Real Women here.



We discuss domestic abuse.  We do not talk about incidents but we do discuss the emotional impact, responsibility and shame.



The second Three Sixty Day Retreat takes place on Saturday at the cosy Clapton Laundry, London.  Tickets and information here.  The first one sold out so… you know.


Welcome to episode 10.  I am joined by the über talented Karen Arthur bespoke women’s wear fashion designer, author and boss lady in charge at Reddskin.

You can read the show notes here.


The second Three Sixty Day Retreat takes place on Saturday at the cosy Clapton Laundry, London.  Tickets and information here.  The first one sold out so… you know.




Welcome to episode 8, where I spend time talking to the worlds first and and only Comparison Coach Lucy Sheridan.  Lucy helps people all over the world go from comparison to #comparisonfree in their life and business through her unique, specialist coaching experiences and events.  

 You can read the rest of the show notes here

I am thrilled to announce that Lucy will be facilitating a workshop at my second Everyday Joy Retreat on Saturday 9th February.  Information and booking can be found here.


Please do rate and review this podcast this helps my podcast to reach a wider audience.  I would absolutely love to be part of helping women to give themselves a break and recognising their power by listening to the experience of other women.  Some real #womensupportingwomen.




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