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The Good Life Unravelled is a podcast curious about what it truly means to live a fulfilling and interesting life, where wellness is for everybody and having an open mind to learning from others is the key to living the best life. We talk about wellbeing, self-care, lifestyle, and all the different approaches to living a better life. We take a holistic approach to wellbeing looking at issues of the body, mind and spirit. We cover topics including mental health, creativity, manifestation, gre ...
 
Hello listeners, welcome to our new podcast Simplify, break through life’s bullshit. Brought to you by co-hosts Nikki Peterson and Polly Downes, we are personal & business coaches as well as parents, and every week we will be talking honestly and openly with you. We’ll share our own personal stories, how we’re coping and how we’re not. Living alone with 3 teenagers Polly always has a story! Every week we’ll be offering coaching tools that have helped us and our clients. We want you, our list ...
 
This is the first and only podcast about living as a minimalist in a camper van. My name is Gurgîn and I used to live the Swedish dream, but I realized that there's was more to life than the 9-to-5 lifestyle so I decided to sell and donate all off my stuff, I quit my job as a radio host and bought a RV so that I could travel and live cheap with my dog Ronja. On this show, I share personal development strategies about minimalism, simplifying, organizing, personal finance and veganism that you ...
 
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Hello listeners, I’m Nikki Peterson and I’m Polly Downes and together we welcome you to our new podcast Simplify, break through life’s bullshit. Both Nikki & I are personal & business coaches as well as parents, and every week we will be talking honestly and openly with you. We’ll share our own personal stories, how we’re coping and how we’re not. …
 
Happy New Year. Yes, it's two week late, but it's a pandemic world and it has taken me this long to feel motivated and ready to share. In this episode I share where I have been at the for the past couple of months. I talk anxiety and coping. I am about to start my New Year Journalling process where I reflect on the past year, work on my current val…
 
Hannah Chapman is a 25 year old entrepreneur with a passion for home fragrance. She started her business Ava May Aromas in July 2018 and now runs the business alongside her Dad (Daryl) who is also her business partner. Alongside work she is also a full time dachshund mum to my pup Harley who goes everywhere with her. In this episode we talk about: …
 
In this episode I talk on day 1 of England lockdown 2 about: why I am limiting my screen time what mini moments of daily trauma can do to us acknowledging that lockdown 2 is different creating different seasonal routines whether we should bring out the Christmas decorations early the need to adjust in the longer term to a different way of living wh…
 
In today's podcast episode we chat with Kayte Ferris from Simple and Season, a business coach and blogger who left the corporate marketing world and moved to Snowdonia in 2017. Since then she has helped over 100 creatives launch and build their businesses online, winning awards and launching a top-rated podcast along the way. Kayte’s approach is al…
 
In a culture that prizes being busy and productive, I argue that there is a value in procrastination. For too long we have associated procrastination with laziness, emptiness, nothingness. We sometimes link procrastination with a poor sense of self-worth. But what if we reframe that? What if we look at why we are procrastinating and what the act of…
 
This is part 2 of the interview with Holland Otik. Listen to part 1 on episode 48 first. Holland Otik is a maker, chef, teacher, researcher, and animistic object enthusiast who incorporates magic and ritual into everything they do. In this episode we cover a range of topics in quite some depth. It's a super interesting discussion with some pretty p…
 
We live in a global pandemic world now. Six months ago when we first went into strict lockdown I think we all imagined and hoped that by autumn winter things would be back to semi-normal. But as this awful illness of Covid-19 continues to put so many at risk, our lives are still in a semi-lowdown state. We live in a pandemic world for the foreseeab…
 
In today's podcast episode I chatting with Holland Otik, a maker, chef, teacher, researcher and animistic object enthusiast who incorporates magic and ritual into everything they do. She currently owns a small shop and studio in Hereford. This conversation was epic. So much so that we ended up talking for twice as long as we scheduled, and this int…
 
How to choose a coach - For the 'too long, didn’t read' crowd the simple answer is this - choose somebody you resonate with. It’s a simple as that. But now for the explanation, because what does resonating really mean. What does it look like? How do we know who we resonate with? And how do we find them? https://elizabethdhokia.com/podcast #GoodLife…
 
Empathy levels have declined by a staggering 40% in the last 30 years and as Michelle Obama mentioned in her latest speech - the empathy deficit is having a devastating impact on personal relationships and our communities - causing polarisation, division and unhappiness. Mimi Nicklin unpacks the science and value of empathy in her new book Softenin…
 
What is the difference between a therapist, a mentor, and a coach? All operate in a kind of 'therapeutic' and personal one-to-one space and it's important to know how each functions and who will meet your needs. As I am about to start welcoming my first intake of coaching clients I make it absolutely clear that I am not a therapist. That is, I do n…
 
Alexandra Cuncev is runs Storisse – a platform aimed at inspiring positive change through the gentle art of storytelling. She believes that telling our stories, sharing our magic in the mundane can inspire others around us and leads to gentle, but sustainable change. She also hosts a unique podcast called My Beautiful Stories where Alex and her hus…
 
A morning routine is the ideal way to set yourself up energetically for the day. I don't just mean physical energy, but also your mental, emotional, and spiritual energy. I share the one crucial question you should ask yourself when you first wake up. And why practising some kind of self-care and intentional activity can set you up for the day. I g…
 
Katherine May is an author of memoir and fiction. We talk about her recent book - Wintering - all about how to embrace the inevitable darker times of our lives. We also talk about wellness and being neurodivergent. Plus her experience of getting an adult diagnosis of autism. Katherine also shares the joys of sea swimming, even in the winter! Kather…
 
In today's podcast episode I share my journey to simplify my life over the past five years of living in my home. It started with simplifying our home, but a mindset happened and I was able to apply this mentality to all areas of my life. I share 15 tips on how to simplify your life. LEARNING POINTS Know your values (subscribe to download your own v…
 
In today's podcast episode we chat with Mita Mistry, a mindfulness-based cognitive therapist, acupuncturist, and newspaper columnist. She talks about how she went from a career in the city to making a change and going back to university to learn acupuncture. Mita shares why she was drawn to the therapeutic profession. Acupuncture is over 3000 years…
 
In today's podcast episode I chat with Catherine Summers, an award-winning blogger of over-40s style blog Not Dressed As Lamb. Not Dressed As Lamb is one of the leading and most established over-40s fashion and style blogs in the UK and around the world. 47 year old Catherine’s key message is to encourage women of all ages to oppose the outdated no…
 
Why we need to create space for processing and what I mean by processing How a lack of processing can lead to poor mental health or overwhelm. Having an autistic family member taught us how to recognise the necessity for processing. Awareness of my introvertedness - need for space after being around people helped understand need for processing. Eve…
 
I chat with my husband Raj and his best friend Sonehal about their new Instagram project - To The Baseline - a space to chart their fitness and health journey from day one. We discuss their different goals and perspectives on fitness and general wellbeing. We also talk about what it's like being overweight, and how it's not always a sign of fitness…
 
Imposter syndrome is when some of us feel like we aren't of value, or enough, to be worthy of a job, or relationship, or any kind of social role in society. This feeling worthlessness can hold us back in being our true selves, and living our full life. I talk about how I let imposter syndrome ruin my twenties, and how to find a way out of it. http:…
 
Claire Baker is a life, health and menstrual coach and author of '50 Things You Need to Know About Periods’. For nearly a decade Claire has taught thousands of women how to live in harmony with their menstrual cycle, rather than working against it. Claire believes menstrual cycle awareness is the missing key in women’s wellbeing, empowerment and cr…
 
In today's podcast episode we are chatting to Emily Leary. Emily is an award-winning blogger and author. She founded her blog, A Mummy Too in 2011 out of a love for family, food and photography. She is consistently voted in the top ten most influential food bloggers in the UK and regularly works as a recipe developer for a number of brands. She rel…
 
Today we are looking at the importance of hobbies and how they help improve our overall wellbeing. In particular I talk about how I discovered gardening last year. I share my journey from somebody who hated the idea of getting their hands mucky to being a fully fledged member of the green thumb gang. I talk about where this new hobby started, how i…
 
As the UK goes into lockdown, now more than ever we need to practice daily self-care to keep our body, mind, and soul healthy. Self-isolation might be tricky, especially given the general anxiety in the world right now. I share tips on how to practice different types of self-care that nourish your body, mind and soul. Plus I share my quarantine rou…
 
I kept a physical diary of all elements of my daily health, both mental and physical. I found that by making such a mindful act to really reflect on my body and mind for each day I felt a much deeper understanding for how I function. I ultimately felt empowered with this understanding and it has transformed my relationship with my body and physical…
 
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