S3E3 - Food as Nourishment for Body and Soul with Cathlin Walker

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Cathlin Walker is a holistic health coach who helps women feel at home in their bodies. She believes we all have the power to heal ourselves by listening to our bodies, minds, and hearts. She is a recovering restaurant worker, avid kitchen experimenter, and a plant lover. A crystal wielding, queer, auntie from the southern hills of Vermont, Cathlin loves to explore balance and creating routine.

TOPICS:

  • What’s unhealthy about the restaurant industry?
  • The importance of mindfulness and starting your day with self-care
  • Connecting to your intuition
  • The overlap of healthcare and self-care
  • Using herbalism as a form of self-care
  • Finding enjoyment in food
  • Scheduling in time + space for self-care

TWEETABLES:

“The mindfulness of being able to focus your activity in exercise changes the benefits.” [click to tweet]

“When I put in the time to take care of myself, my business is not nearly so overwhelming.” [click to tweet]

“Creating chunks of time for different activities with self-care as one of those chunks is important.” [click to tweet]

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S3E2 - Feeding and Moving Your Body with Low, the Pickle Witch

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Low is a cat-loving, bike-riding, pickle-making resident of Minneapolis. They are a part of a great group of women, trans, femme folks who have been organizing a rad bike community called Grease Rag for almost eight years. They work at a bike advocacy non-profit because they really care about people feeling comfortable and safe as they bike and walk around the city. 

TOPICS:

  • Low’s background
  • Self-care as a consumerist movement vs. self-care as a political act
  • Community as a form of self-care
  • Preparing food as a way of self-care, meditation, and form of expressing love
  • Identifying as and defining what it means to be a “witch”
  • Movement—specifically biking—as a form of self-care and moving meditation
  • Self-care with anxiety and depression
  • Tips for getting into riding bikes

TWEETABLES:

“Self-love can be a political act because you’re resisting that message of ‘you are not enough.’” [click to tweet]

“The most radical, most political thing you can do is love yourself and lift the people around you.” [click to tweet]

“Sometimes self-care is just accepting anxiety and depression and letting yourself be in that state.” [click to tweet]

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***Heads up! This post may contain some affiliate links. If you buy something through one of those links you won't pay a single cent more, but I'll get a small commission that helps keep the content flowing. P.S. I only recommend products I use in my own daily life!

S3E1 - Health Fuels Hustle with Lacy Davis from Liberation Barbell

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Lacy J. Davis is a power and olympic lifting coach, nutritionist, blogger (Super Strength Health) and Podcaster (Flex Your Heart Radio and Adult Crash). Her work is rooted in lifting weights as a way to reclaim the body and turn your nose up at diet culture, feminist ideals, and eating disorder recovery. Her graphic novel memoir, Ink and Water, is due out Autumn 2017, and she is in the process of opening up her own body and gender affirming gym, Liberation Barbell.

TOPICS:

  • Lacy’s entrepreneurial + health background
  • The importance of protecting your own energy + creating boundaries in your business
  • How a business partner can aid in your self-care
  • How weightlifting can improve your body image perception
  • Self-care during times of hustle
  • Balancing creating + getting out and living
  • Taking vacation/time off and making it work in your business

TWEETABLES:

"As a sensitive person, you’re more likely to burn out." [click to tweet]

"Feeling feelings is so simple, but it’s can be really challenging to just let it happen." [click to tweet]

"There’s nothing that’s going to burn you out faster than being overworked." [click to tweet]

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Episode #6 - Prioritizing Self-Care As A Business Owner

TOPICS:

  • How to both prioritize your self-care
  • Choosing what self-care activities you should prioritize
  • How to cultivate your self-care mindset

To Do (For You!):

  • Download and fill out the Pick Your Priorities worksheet
  • Schedule your self-care activities into your calendar
  • Actually stick to your self-care!

TWEETABLES:

SHOWNOTES:

**The information provided on this site is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.

***Heads up! This post may contain some affiliate links. If you buy something through one of those links you won't pay a single cent more, but I'll get a small commission that helps keep the content flowing. P.S. I only recommend products I use in my own daily life!