In this episode, I share a beautiful and compassionate conversation with Karly Nimmo. You may know Karly as a No. 1 iTunes podcaster of two podcasts right now: Karlosophies and Rock Your Mic Right.
Karly is many a thing really, as a multi passionate woman, and in her own words, she is "a serial entrepreneur, mad creator, born communicator and connector with a crazy knack for getting you to connect to your truth and see life from a different perspective". Our conversation today brings all these qualities and more to light, and I am so grateful for all that Karly shares with me here.
We talk about so many things, including mental health and wellbeing, along with Karly's own experiences living with depression and ways of supporting herself. Karly shares beautiful thoughts and reflections around creativity and self expression as the essence of wellbeing for her, and how expressing herself openly and sharing her truth allows her to be completely herself and to find harmony in life. There is so much in our conversation that is heart opening, enriching, meaningful and supportive for anyone listening in. It's such a joy to connect with compassionate human beings like Karly, and to share these valuable conversations, to encourage all aspects of wellbeing, for ourselves and with one another.
I hope you will enjoy listening in and you can find both of Karly's podcasts and more details about connecting with her at: https://www.karlynimmo.com/
If you would like to continue a conversation, or to work with me, then I welcome you to connect through my website at: https://www.katiejanewellness.com/
In this episode I talk about self acceptance as a beautiful opening for change. So much can shift and change from this space of ease and inner trust within, where we can listen to all parts of ourselves, and know what it is we truly need.
I hope this episode brings you comfort and support.
If you'd like to continue a conversation, or to work with me, then I welcome you to connect through my website at: https://www.katiejanewellness.com/
In this epsiode, I talk very much in the moment, as my thoughts flow, about a topic close to my heart. The deep importance of quality connections and relationships with others. The need for deep listening, acknowledgement and for creating space for trust. The need for true presence with another, and how we all can create more time for quality and meangingful relationships in our lives, around us, and amongst us all in our communities. I believe quality relationships and being present for conversations, is so important for healing, for all aspects of wellbeing, and for true compassionate support. As a wellness practitioner and a coach , and also just as a human being, I feel passionate about changing the way we engage and interact with one another, and I always hope to be a small part of making significant changes to the ways we can all be more present, willing, and available for each other. It's in this gift of quality time with another where acknowledgement and compassion resides. I believe and feel we need more of this than ever, right now. Listen in with an open mind and open heart, and I ask you to reflect and ponder on my thoughts and feelings here. I also hope this resonates and feels supportive as a listener, for you.
If you'd like to continue a conversation with me, or to work with me, then I welcome you to contact me through my website at: https://www.katiejanewellness.com/
In this episode, it's such a pleasure to share a conversation with my beautiful friend Lou, from Lunch Lady Lou. She's a delight in so many ways and it's wonderful to share her inspiring message here, around everything to do with cooking stress free, delicious meals, with simplicity and with joy. Lou inspires me greatly with her creativity, passion for cooking and teaching cooking in a fun and simple way, all of her recipes, cooking classes and online courses. She exudes enthusiasm and a zest for life, which is all very contagious and I honestly believe we all need a little, or a lot, of Lou in our lives. Cooking is for everyone, and learning to love cooking, 'celebrating the basics', and making conscious choices around healthy and wholesome food, is such a necessary part of embracing wellbeing. We talk about so many wonderful things in this very 'in the moment' conversation, which is unedited and recorded just as it all naturally flows. I know that by listening in, you'll feel not only inspired to get into the kitchen, but you'll see cooking in a new way that's simple and fun, and you'll want to check out all of what Lou shares and her delicious recipes too.
I've included more about Lou below, with links to her website and her instagram page. A must visit!
And if you'd like to continue a conversation with me, or to work with me, then you can contact me through my website at: https://www.katiejanewellness.com/
In this episode I talk about supporting ourselves through anxiety. Anxiety is something that so many of us feel. I mention just a few ways that come to mind, to manage anxiety in a way that may support you. Knowing this isn't extensive, and we are all unique individuals and what supports one person may be different to another. Like anything, anxiety asks for and needs a truly holistic and personalised approach, as part of wellbeing. I hope you find something that resonates here for you, and I encourage you to listen to what you feel will truly support you.
If you would like to continue a conversation with me, or to work with me, then you can do so through my website: https://www.katiejanewellness.com/
A Wellbeing Podcast
A Well Being Podcast supports you to redefine health and wellness as you may know it. It encourages us to embrace all aspects of wellbeing and what this means for us to live with greater ease and joy and to create a meaningful and purpose-filled life. Katie is a Wellness Practitioner and Life Coach who offers a unique space for compassion, acknowledgement, coaching and holistic wellbeing support. Katie is passionate about supporting others to make powerful changes in their hearts and lives through challenges, changes and transitions.