2.15 Body Neutrality with Jada Sezer
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This week, Caggie is joined by UN Ambassador for women, and body positivity and mental health advocate, Jada Sezer. The pair discuss confidence and self worth, where it comes from and how to nurture it. They also explore the term 'body neutrality' and the transition from the obsession that many women have with the way they look, to appreciating all that the body can help us to achieve.   There are lots of great articles on the topics Jada mentions, but one the SR production team thought you might like on Forbes.com is called "Men Should take Parental Leave and Here's Why"   Instagram @caggiesworld Youtube @caggie  Facebook @caggieofficial Twitter @caggie_dunlop   #SaturnReturns #JadaSezer      
The Motherkind Podcast
The Motherkind Podcast
Zoe Blaskey
The virtues of separation with Amy Ransom
My guest on this episode believes we need to reframe the narrative that a breakup is the end of something and instead view it as the start of your journey to self-realisation. Amy Ransom is a writer, blogger and author of several books, including The New Mum’s Notebook and her newest release The Soul-Soaring Virtues of Separation. Amy is passionate about spreading the word that the end of a relationship doesn't have to mean despair. Separation can be the enabler to live a more authentic and joyful life. In 2016 she separated from her husband with 3 small children and it turned out to be her most positive experience yet. This episode isn’t just about separation though, I believe she is offering a process that’s useful for anyone contemplating big change. We talk about: - The surprising way her marriage ended - The aftermath of early separation - How to discover lost parts of your self - The process for any big change PARENTING IN A PANDEMIC - SERIES OF FREE ONLINE WORKSHOPS This episode is kindly supported by Tu. I’m thrilled that in partnership with Tu, I’m offering a series of four, totally free online workshops to support new and expectant parents in navigating this difficult time. The Parenting in a pandemic workshops will cover what we know are the challenges right now for new parents - relationships, self-care, how to process becoming a parent in a pandemic, and what your baby needs most at this time. Spaces are very limited and will get booked up fast, so head here to book yourself on. It’s totally free. Register here. I love Tu clothing for the girls - and the spring collection looks amazing, have a look here and if you attend the workshops you’ll get a 25% off discount. We cannot wait to see you there. #ParentinginaPandemic #tuBaby @tuclothing
40 min
Desert Island Dishes
Desert Island Dishes
Margie Nomura
Rukmini Iyer: Author of The Roasting Tin cookbooks and food stylist
My guest today is Rukmini Iyer Rukmini is a former lawyer turned bestselling author of the Roasting Tin series which have now sold over half a million copies. Amongst her army of followers – who call themselves the TinLads. She counts Nigella Lawson as a fan as well as other famous names from Jay Rayner to Judy Murray. The concept of the Roasting Tin books is deceptively simple, Mini’s recipes lure people in with the idea of the one-pot supper. But people return time and time again because the recipes taste even better than the lack of washing up feels. A pioneer of the _and I quote: ‘put everything in a roasting tin and shove it in the oven’ school of cookery, Mini’s fourth cookbook features tasty, no-fuss dishes from across the globe. As well as writing cookbooks, Rukmini styles and writes recipes for numerous brands and publications, including Waitrose, The Guardian and Fortnum and Mason. Of her success and the reaction to her books, Mini says – ‘It’s one thing having fans who are like, "this is great for dinner", but to have fans who are saying that you’ve changed the way they eat is very humbling,’ ‘You never think that something like a cookbook could have that much effect on someone’. Thank you so much for listening. So so many delicious dishes talked about! Don’t forget to go to the website www.desertislanddishes.co for the full list of episodes plus lots of recipes and you can sign up to the newsletter. Come and say on Instagram @desertislanddishes And thank you for your reviews, they really do help other people to find the podcast and helps boost the show in the charts.
The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker
The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker
sam baker
Rosie Green: a how to cope with mid-life crisis special
This week is a bit of a “how to cope when your life spirals out of control and goes tits up!” Special! And my guest, journalist Rosie Green, is an unwilling expert on midlife chaos. She was 44 (there’s that age again…) when her contented, settled, literally roses-round-the-door family life was pulled out from under her when her husband and partner of 26 years told her he didn’t love her any more - well, he did, but “like a friend”. Yep, I know. Three years on, Rosie has flipped the pain of that heartbreak around, rebuilding her life and her career. One of the results is her new book, How To Heal A Broken Heart - and even though it’s specifically about being dumped in midlife, you’ll also find it useful if you’re experiencing any kind of cataclysmic shift that shatters your sense of self. Listen on as Rosie bares her soul and explains how she got back in the saddle - domestically, professionally and sexually. And because she's a generous kinda gal, Rosie also throws in some midlife beauty tips. Well, why wouldn't you? The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker is created and hosted by Sam Baker and edited by Emily Sandford. I'd love to hear what you think - please rate and review, or let me know on twitter @sambaker or instagram @theothersambaker. You can buy all the books mentioned in this podcast at Bookshop.org, including the book that accompanies this podcast, The Shift: how I lost and found myself after 40 - and you can too by Sam Baker and How To Heal A Broken Heart by Rosie Green.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
46 min
Make It Reign with Josh Smith
Make It Reign with Josh Smith
Finery Media Ltd.
Ep 5: Katarina Johnson-Thompson
On this episode of Make It Reign, Josh talks to Olympic athlete and World Champion, Katarina Johnson-Thompson. Katarina - or KJT as she is known to her fans - talks candidly about how she was, “very close” to quitting athletics after what was deemed a “public failure” at the Rio 2016 Olympics where she finished sixth, whilst others tipped her for a gold medal. Having struggled with self-confidence, public pressure and injuries Katarina completely changed her life - including working with a psychologist - in order to change her mindset and put her into winning form. Now the reigning World Champion in the Heptathlon - making her the world’s best all round female athletics athlete - Katarina opens up about the Tokyo Olympics, how body image affected her early career and the racist microaggressions she has faced throughout her life. Open and honest conversations are key to making it reign and Katarina’s chat is a powerful account of how we need to define success and failure on our own terms and how we all have the power to switch up our mindset and achieve our dreams - whatever they may be. If you are lacking motivation right now - let’s face it, we all are - then this is the conversation you NEED to listen to. You can follow Josh on social media across @joshsmithhosts and don't forget to subscribe, follow, rate and comment if you loved the episode as we love to hear from you, queens! Josh will be back to Make it Reign with another Queen next! Make It Reign is proudly sponsored by BABE Wine. Please enjoy responsibly.
50 min
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