Episode #64 Finding Your Version of A Sweet Life

Episode #64 Finding Your Version of A Sweet Life

   My guest today is Sarah Potter, hypno-coach at La Dolce Vita or the “Sweet Life”. We chat about how to create a life that’s built on intention and self awareness. We discuss finding the right flow for your days and weeks, and how to give...
Episode #63 Get Productive For A Purpose

Episode #63 Get Productive For A Purpose

   It’s time to meet my coach! Jo Bendle is the founder of the “Meant For More” movement, she’s had a big impact on the love I have for my business and my commitment to seeing “How To Live Slow” have as big of an impact as...
Episode #62 Self Love For Sensitive Souls

Episode #62 Self Love For Sensitive Souls

 Sam Murrell is a Mama of one young daughter living in Essex, UK. She is the founder of Mothers’ Hood, a learning and support village for mothers and is a passionate matrescence activist.   She joins us today for a slow living, self care chat. I love sharing...
Episode #61 Feeding Our Babies With Love

Episode #61 Feeding Our Babies With Love

 I’ve wanted to have a lactation consultant come on the podcast for a while now to speak about breastfeeding choices and explore how slowing down might support the establishment of a breastfeeding relationship and discuss what to do if you can’t slow down. I’m...
Episode #60 Redefining Successful Work Life Balance

Episode #60 Redefining Successful Work Life Balance

 Mothers are always trying to find ways to balance everything on their plate. We wear many hats and play lots of roles. We beat ourselves up when we inevitably fail at the impossible task of being everything to everyone, but what if there was a reason outside of...
Episode #59 Doing Less For Better Postpartum Recovery

Episode #59 Doing Less For Better Postpartum Recovery

 Kath Baquie is a physiotherapist and founder of FitNest Mama. We connected in Instagram and decided to record a podcast together to discuss her perspectives of doing less in the postpartum stage for physical recovery and my perspective of why slowing down is...