This week we are turning the lights ON and getting real about sex! Our guest, Devon Day Moretti, is a women’s health and fitness coach that focuses on confidence and self-love, and one of the BIG topics she focuses on with her clients and her content is sex.
Can you BELIEVE we’ve got just DAYS left of 2018?!? It feels like this year went by in a blink, but at the same time I experienced SO MUCH and have tons of lessons to show for it…
Minimalism… manifestation… abundance mindset… if you’ve been hanging out in my corner of the internet for a while, I know that you’ve HEARD those words before, but I also know that they can be super confusing if you haven’t had a chance to really learn about what they mean and how to actually PRACTICE them in real life. So today, I brought on an EXPERT across all three of those things, and she’s going to explain them all and teach us how to apply them in our own lives– sound good?!
I wanted to bring in my friend and Instagram growth guru, Isabella Silverio to break down the strategies and hacks for Instagram success. Her passion of empowering entrepreneurially-minded women is a driving force for her and her business, and I cannot wait for you to hear her story and learn all of her Instagram expertise.
The life and empire that she has built, was built on rock bottom. By sharing her story and the lessons she’s learned along the way, Danette has changed the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual lives of millions of people around the world. She focuses on the transformational power of healing foods, healing movement, and healing mindset, and teaches women how to transform the muck of their lives into inner motivation, empowering them to love the bodies they live in and love the life they life.
If you have spent past holidays worried about eating the right things, or not eating too much, or working off your food– then this episode is for you. I sat down with my friend Jessi Jean, who is a certified eating psychology and she helps women evolve their relationship with food, ditch dieting, and reclaim their health and happiness in ALL areas in life.
You are in for a super soulful, life-giving conversation today! I sat down with my longtime friend, Valentina Esteban, to talk allllll about her journey of uncovering her truth, and how you can do the same. Val is truly one of the coolest people I know. She has a background as Canada’s youngest professional bikini competitor– she rose through the competitive bodybuilding ranks at a very young age and was on track to have a super successful career in fitness, until she decided that it just wasn’t for her and literally walked away from everything she had built because she realized that it wasn’t her TRUTH.
Whether you are an elite athlete or just workout for fun, I know that you’ll relate so much to Victoria’s stories and wisdom around chasing goals, perseverance, overcoming bad body image, and picking yourself up when it feels like the weight of the world is on your shoulders.
As you probably know, habits are the foundation of wellness because when motivation fades, habits and discipline will be what keep you chugging along. But the tricky thing with habits is that it always feels like BAD habits are SO easy to fall into, and GOOD habits are SO hard to establish– can you relate?!
I would have saved so much time and frustration if I would’ve understood the 5 hardest lessons my fitness journey taught me sooner. Obviously I can’t go back in time, BUT hopefully by sharing these lessons with you, you’ll get to skip over a little bit of that struggle that I went through and use them as a catalyst for growth in all areas of life!
Today we are getting alll of our facts straight about PERIODS and BIRTH CONTROL. You guys have been asking for an episode around these topics for a while now, and I found just the gal for the job– today’s guest, Nicole Jardim, really delivered the goods. She is known as “The Period Girl”, not even kidding, and she is INSANELY knowledgeable about all things periods, hormones, birth control– all of those fun girly things that we all experience all the time.
This week, we’re replaying one of my FAVORITE interviews I’ve ever done— episode #126 from The Goal Digger Podcast with Jenna Kutcher. On this episode we chat about crafting a new identity, healing body image issues, the ins and outs of the fitness industry, how to navigate the crowded social media waters, and so.much.more.
I know that this episode is going to speak to literally everyoneee because while we all live unique lives, we have all experienced this one thing… heartbreak.
Do you ever feel like you have a closet full of NOTHING to wear?! Probably all of us have felt that way at one point or another, and it’s kind of soul-sucking, right? Your confidence, the way you carry yourself, your desire to go out into the world, and how others see you are all impacted by one thing: your STYLE!
Today’s episode with personal stylist Ilyssa Herrington of Westerly Style will be a total game changer for your wardrobe and your LIFE, because how we feel and how we present ourselves to the world is everything!
From Wall Street to the streets of developing countries, Emily Sexton’s career path took a major turn when she quit her investment bank job in order to start her own boutique, The Flourish Market. Now, she uses her win-them-over expertise to help support vulnerable communities both overseas, and right here in the states. Emily has a burning passion for uplifting women and helping them cultivate their own self-worth, and she’s sharing how we can ALL do that for ourselves in today’s episode! Our conversation covered everything from how to discover your self-worth, to the lessons we can learn from fitness, to actionable tips for productivity and preserving the most precious resources you have: your time and energy.
In this episode, Lauren is pulling back the curtain and sharing what it REALLY takes to be a top professional bikini competitor / bodybuilder and the consequences she’s faced because of it. We also share our experiences with trying to heal holistically in the conventional western medical system– spoiler alert: it’s super frustrating. And last but definitely not least, we dive deep into what it’s like to basically start all over again with our personal identities, confidence, and self-worth after leaving the sport that we had dedicated our lives to.
Today we’re mixing it up a little bit and I’m riding SOLO! That’s right, it’s just you and I hanging out, and I’m going to answer some of the most frequently asked questions I get from you guys! We’re talking health and fitness, entrepreneurship, confidence, what it’s been like getting settled in Austin Texas, and we’re even gonna talk about the biggest hardship I’ve ever faced… yep, we’re getting really real… all up in my feels.. But I’m so excited to share these different pieces of my heart with you!
There’s ALWAYS more work to be done, more people to meet, and more concepts to brainstorm… but hustling endlessly comes at a cost. For today’s guest, Kat Harris, that cost was crippling anxiety attacks and overwhelming exhaustion– that was her wake up call. Through her rise as a super successful photographer, the founding of an online magazine, honing her content creation skills, and starting a podcast of her own, Kat has learned the importance of putting her own oxygen mask on first, but it hasn’t been a smooth ride by any means. Listen in as well discuss the really important (and really HARD) things we need to tackle as ambitious women with big goals.