Today I’m answering a plethora of listener questions shared on Instagram.
We’re covering a huge array of topics including the gluten + dairy free lifestyle, making new friends (and letting go of other friendships), dealing with family and friend reactions to my non-traditional career/relationship/life choices, podcasting tips, and much more.
This episode is perfect for anyone looking to hear me share openly on a wide array of life, career, and relationship topics.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT
- The best self-care tips you can possibly share.
If you had to choose your last (ultimate) meal, what would it be??
I would love to know your Top 3 Tips for new podcasters that you wish you would have known when you started!!
Do you have any tips for sharing/creating values based intentions with a significant other who is resistant to the idea?
What routines do you find crucial to live a balanced life?
What are your favorite gluten and dairy free meals?
What internal doubts or resistance do you currently face?
What podcasts do you listen to?
How you created your wardrobe as I know you’ve talked about owning less and capsule wardrobes before!
Can you talk more about the gluten free diet? I did that this autumn myself, and felt SO much better. And are you afraid of “becoming intolerant”?
You have moved around in the last few years – do you have any advice on making meaningful friendships in a new community? On another note: Have you ever stopped investing in friendships that were not supporting your Values? If so, how did you approach the process?
How did your friends and family react to your choice to develop lifestyle and values based businesses rather than working the traditional 9-5??
I wonder how you’ve dealt with fear (if there was any) surrounding your divorce. Fear of not finding someone who meets your expectations, fear of loneliness, fear of the reactions from friends/family, financial fears of being a single homeowner now, etc.
Your episode on conscious uncoupling was so brave and true. I’m also wondering what, if anything, gave you that final push to make the decision? What made you feel that it was the right decision for your future?
How do you find it in yourself to be and remain so open and honest about yourself to your audience?
I’d like to know your routine: from taking care of yourself, to taking care of the house (i.e. cleaning, etc.), or anything else that you do to maintain your life (i.e. anything BESIDES work).
What is your plan for dealing with the loss of income a spouse adds to a household? How are you using the value based intention approach to make those hard decisions/cuts?
About this time last year you hit a bit of a wall and took a short break from the podcast. I am curious what is different now. What is more balanced, smoother, or easier? Because it does seem as though things have been better for you since then – calmer maybe – and yet you are still working hard.
You have been self-employed your entire career. What did you do to make ends meet if months were slow or to pick up sales when you were just starting. Did you have to work any odd jobs or side gigs?
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