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

Nicola Rae Wickham (@alifemoreinspired) and I are back with our Wellness is Wellth collaboration!  This time its a supper club!

 

The response to the inaugural Wellness is Wellth event at Thomson Reuters in January this year was so powerful we have not been able to stop thinking about it.

Each week since 18th January 2019 we have discussed or mentioned Wellness is Wellth.  Each conversation or mention made us feel alive and safe to delve deeper into our money stories cultivating a friendly relationship that is steadily becoming closer and healthier.

We have agreed that we can no longer ignore the nudges encouraging us to make Wellness is Wellth a living breathing entity, so here we are!

We started in the heart of the UK's financial district and have decided take Wellness is Wellth home bringing abundance to your door with a supperclub in the beautiful homely setting of  Kindred Members club in Hammersmith, London.

 

Information and booking details here.

Welcome to episode 37 where I am joined by the very awesome Ruth Poundwhite, Writer, Podcaster, Heart-led entrepreneur, creative business mentor and huge introvert!

 

In this episode Ruth and I have a nourishing about self acceptance and how she using the success of creating a business that supports her extroverted nature to create space to build a business that can support other quiet revolutionaries do the same.

 

Full show notes here.

Welcome to episode 36 where I am talking to PR maven, business woman extraodinare Ronke Lawal, founder of Ariatu PR.

 

I thought we were going to talk about PR, my intention was to talk to Ronke about the juxtaposition of having a multi identity and professionalism in a world where White, middle class and beyond are the default for all things professional due to systematic racism, followed by a conversation on the mindset necessary to be ready of PR. However the multi identity piece was huge. We didn’t get to all the places but we got deep, soulful and honest. It was a really enriching conversation.

 

Full show notes here.

 

Ps - thank you to all the people that voted for me in the Precious Lifestyle Awards.  I won best podcast category.  I have an award winning podcast and am delighted!

 

Huge thank you to Foluke Akinlose for all the work she does to uplift and acknowledge black women and women of colour in business. 

I had some realisations after a beautiful yoga and sound healing experience with Feel Good Yoga this morning so am sharing with you.

 

This is 18mins of me riffing, I didn't make notes or have a plan.  I just felt like I needed to share my musings and information about my new Everyday Joy membership so got on the mic and did that.

 

To be clear the home space I am talking about in this episode is you.

 

You can find information about the Everyday Joy membership here.  

 

We will take a seasonal approach to the topics we cover so that we can go deep and wide.

Season 1, Summer begins on Monday 24th June 2019 and ends on 24th September 2019.  We will cover 1 topic per season to ensure we have the time to process and implement without feeling overwhelmed.

 

Membership is open for 1 week at the beginning of each season until the membership reaches capacity.  New members will not be added until the beginning of the new season so that the flow of the group is not disrupted mid-topic.

 

The membership is hosted in a private facebook group.

 

Season 1 will cover health, as our health is the foundation for everything.  

 

Month 1 - Hormone health and Nutrition

Month 2 - Sleep and Vitality

Month 3 - Healthy Image and Confidence

 

Any questions?  Send me a DM here.

Welcome to episode  35 today I am joined by Gail Marra, Hypnotherapist.

 

Gail is an accredited hypnotherapist with clinics in Harley Street and Tunbridge Wells.  In this conversation Gail shares the power of controlling our breath by using diaphragmatic breathing to change our brain chemistry and discusses how we can connect with our subconscious and take responsibility for our feelings.

 

You may want to make notes at some point!  I found this conversation fascinating!

 

Full show notes here.

 

SOUND THE CLAXON!!!  

I've launched a subscription membership group!!  It's called the Everyday Joy membership and its a beautiful ecosystem of women that want more joy and vitality in their lives.  It's a safe space to build meaningful relationships and be supported by women on a similar journey.  The group includes live Q&A's with me, a monthly workshop facilitated by an expert, useful resources, accountability and more... but without overwhelm.  If you'd like to know more tap here.

 

Also I am a finalist in the Precious Lifestyle awards for Best Podcast and would love your vote. You can vote for me to win here!  The awards ceremony takes place on 25th June 2019.

Welcome to episode 34! I am joined by the ultimate Quiet Revolutionary, Eli Trier founder of Eli Trier Communities. Eli believe’s that fostering authentic, human connections with like-minded people is the fastest, easiest and most heart-centred way to build a business.

 

In this conversation we discuss the benefits of building a meaningful community one person at a time rather than amassing large numbers with little significance.  Full show notes here.

 

 

  

I am a finalist in the Precious Lifestyle awards for Best Podcast and would love your vote. You can vote for me to win here!

 

Thank you in advance!

Welcome to episode 33 where I am talking to Donna Noble Yogi 🧘🏾‍♂️, Blogger, Coach and Writer.  Donna is also the founder of @Curvesomeyoga and uses her spaces for holistic wellness exploring feminism and body positivity.

 

Full show notes here .

Welcome to episode 32!  I am joined by Journalist, published Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur and Tech Start up Co-founder, Annie Ridout.

 

We had a very nourishing discussion on the transition from being employed to freelancing to becoming an entrepreneur. We also talk about mindset, women seeing paying for our development as an investment rather than spending and valuing our stories.

 

Full show notes here.

 

 

The next Everyday Joy day retreat takes place o 08/06/19.  It will be the last one until early 2020.  Future day retreats will be part of a package and will therefore not be widely available.  If you have been interested in attending one of my day retreats I implore you to join me for this one.  It's going to be nourishing and transformational.  Details and booking here.

 

 

Welcome to episode 31 where I am joined by Homeopath, Rita Robinson.  

 

In this episode Rita shares how homeopathy and her super niche area of specialism found her.  Rita specialises in working with people (mainly children) that have been injured by vaccination or on the Autistic spectrum.  She also shares how she has built resilience and support to transcend the trolling and hate mail she receives from people that are critical of her work.

 

To be clear this is not a conversation about whether people should or should not be vaccinated.  Our conversation is about Rita's work, how her micro-niche has grown to employ four people and allow her husband to work part time so that he can support Rita.

 

Rita also shares noteworthy insights on tech and fatigue.  Full show notes here.

 

NEWSFLASH!!

The next Everyday Joy day retreat takes place o 08/06/19.  It will be the last one until early 2020.  Future day retreats will be part of a package and will therefore not be widely available.  If you have been interested in attending one of my day retreats I implore you to join me for this one.  It's going to be nourishing and transformational.  Details and booking here.

Welcome to episode 30!! I am joined by Steph Douglas, founder of thoughtful gift company, Don’t Buy Her Flowers. We have a wide ranging conversation about stair casing to success amongst other things. The stair casing we are talking about is taking considered steps and growing rather than trying to grow exponentially and then fizzling out.

 

Steph is a human with her own needs (we tend to leave this bit out!), mother to three children aged between 1 and 8 years old, wife and founder of a blossoming company.

 

Read the full show notes here.

 

I am making some changes to the Three Sixty space, more information coming soon.  The changes means that there will not be another Everyday Joy day retreat this year.  The next will be early 2020 and it will not be taking place in the same way, it will be part of a membership.  

 

The next and final (in this way) Everyday Joy retreat takes place on 08/06/19 and promises to be a really nourishing day.  You can book your place and get further information here.  You can also read some feedback from he last retreat here.

 

Enjoy the episode.

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