Natalie Lue honours her late grandmother Pinchy Lue.


In today's podcast comes Natalie Lue honours her grandmother who sounds like she was a powerhouse.  Pinchy Lue came to the UK in the Windrush era and quickly used her tenacity to create safe communities for black people facing the hostility of the British public and systems.


Natalie refers to her grandmother taking up space and doing work that was required to do so.  Natalie notes that her grandmother's hard work and the demands of being a mother meant that she did not have much time to herself before she passed away suddenly in her 70's.  For Natalie this was a message for her to make sure she takes care of herself whilst she is alive, fit and well to reap the benefits.


About Natalie Lue:

Natalie Lue, 42, is a writer, podcaster, speaker and artist who's been blogging for over fifteen years. She founded Baggage Reclaim in 2005 with the mission of using her recovery from abandonment, emotional unavailability and low self-esteem to help at least one person avoid what she had or figure their way out of a toxic relationship. Since then, she's helped many people-pleasers, perfectionists and overthinkers unpack and reclaim themselves from their emotional baggage affecting everything from forging intimate relationships to their emotional, mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, to their creativity, relationship with money and work, to the health and wealth of their interpersonal relationships. Her work is also currently expanding into helping kids and parents.
Natalie’s self-published four books that have sold 130K+ copies, and is also the host of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions podcast which has enjoyed 1.2m downloads on Apple podcasts and more than 2m listens on other outlets. She runs ecourses, a membership and workshops. 
Jamaican Chinese in origin, she was born in Wolverhampton and raised primarily in Dublin, Ireland, via stints in Carlisle and Zambia. She lives in Caterham, Surrey, with her husband and two daughters. 
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