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Author: Venetia La Manna

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All The Small Things is a weekly interview series hosted by Venetia La Manna. Venetia will be speaking to inspiring people, thought leaders, writers and activists about the rituals that help provide structure when we need it most - or perhaps if creativity lies in the chaos if it all. We'll be learning about the small things that keep them in-check and uncover more about what makes their minds tick. What’s more, we’ll hear about the seemingly small moments that perhaps felt insignificant at the time, but their impact turned out to be life-changing.

This podcast aims to encourage us to pay closer attention to the present moment and cherish all the small things.


Note: this podcast is a follow up from Talking Tastebuds.

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Charlie Craggs (she/her) is an award-winning author, activist and speaker, hailed by Vogue as “the voice of a community”. Charlie is the founder of Nail Transphobia, a conversation-focused national campaign that tackles transphobia through education, empowerment and nail art. She is the author of To My Trans Sisters, an inspirational collection of letters written by successful trans women, sharing the lessons they learnt on their journeys to womanhood, celebrating their achievements and empowering the next generation to become who they truly are. This year, Charlie will be presenting a documentary about trans youth for the BBC. She is also the face of The Body Shop's global Self Love campaign. Follow Charlie: @Charlie_Craggs Buy her book: To My Trans Sisters Find me: @VenetiaLaManna Find the show: @ATSTPodcast CW: suicide. Thank you to REN Clean Skincare for sponsoring this episode. Here are two of my favourite products that I mentioned, the Ready Steady Glow Daily AHA Tonic and the Clean Screen Mattifying Mineral SPF 30 All The Small Things is co-produced and edited by Venetia La Manna and produced by Holly Falconer, with music composed by William Haxworth and artwork designed by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Poorna Bell

Poorna Bell

2021-04-2048:52

CW: brief mention of suicide. Poorna Bell (she/her) is an award-winning journalist, digital editorial expert, three-time author, mental health ambassador and badass power-lifter. This month sees the release of her fantastic new book: “Stronger: Changing Everything I Knew About Women's Strength”. Part memoir, part manifesto, this book starts a conversation about women’s strength and fitness, tapping into the reservoir of mental strength we each have, in a way that has absolutely nothing to do with weight loss. Poorna shares her own story, as well as drawing on research and telling the stories of other women who’ve forged their own path. This book is intersectional, refreshing and a necessary interrogation of the health and fitness industry, as well as the government’s role when it comes to mental health. I absolutely LOVED it. In this episode, we discuss diet culture, mental health, the government's co-opting of the mental health movement during the pandemic, the menopause, representation and more. Find Poorna on Twitter @PoornaBell Find Poorna on Instagram: @PoornaBell Pre-order her book: Stronger Follow her community: @SeeMyStrong Poorna’s book recommendation: Luster by Raven Leilani Thank you to REN Clean Skincare for sponsoring this episode. Here are two of my favourite products that I mentioned, the Ready Steady Glow Daily AHA Tonic and the Clean Screen Mattifying Mineral SPF 30 This episode is also kindly sponsored by Papier. Head to and use code 'VENETIA15' for 15% off your first order. All The Small Things is co-produced and edited by Venetia La Manna and produced by Holly Falconer, with music composed by William Haxworth and artwork designed by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Andria Zafirakou

Andria Zafirakou

2021-04-1342:34

Andria Zafirakou (she/her) is "the best teacher in the world". Andria is art and textiles teacher at Alperton Community School in Brent, one of the world’s most ethnically diverse places. She has worked her entire teaching career of 15 years at Alperton Community School and is now Associate Deputy Headteacher leading on staff professional development. In 2018, she won $1million when she was crowned “the best teacher in the world” by the Varkey Foundation. Using the prize money awarded by the Global Teacher prize, Andria founded a charity called Artists in Residence (AiR) with an aim to improve arts education in schools. Andria’s brand new debut book “Those Who Can, Teach: What It Takes to Make the Next Generation” is an inspiring story about what it takes to work on the frontlines of education today. A call for people to value the arts in state education, as well as a powerful reminder that a teacher ready to listen can transform a young person's life. I LOVED it. As did my mum. As did my husband. A must read! Find Andria: @Andriazaf Find her book: Those Who Can, Teach Find me: @venetialamanna Find the show: @ATSTpodcast   This episode is kindly sponsored by Papier. Head to and use code 'VENETIA15' for 15% off your first order. This episode was co-produced and edited by Venetia La Manna, produced by Holly Falconer, with music composed by William Haxworth and artwork designed by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Megan Jayne Crabbe

Megan Jayne Crabbe

2021-04-0647:56

Megan Jayne Crabbe (she/her), also known as her social media handle ‘BodyPosipanda’ is an eating disorder recovery advocate, unapologetic feminist, and body positivity campaigner. Her number one bestselling debut book Body Positive Power has taught tens of thousands of people how to stop dieting and make peace with their bodies for good. Megan's book: Body Positive Power Find Megan on Instagram: @BodyPosipanda Find me: @venetialamanna Find the show: @ATSTpodcast   Recommendations from this episode Outraged by Ashley 'Dotty' Charles This episode is kindly sponsored by Papier. Head to and use code 'VENETIA' for 15% off. This episode was co-produced and edited by Venetia La Manna, produced by Holly Falconer, with music composed by William Haxworth and artwork designed by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Uju Asika

Uju Asika

2021-03-3036:46

Uju Asika is a multiple award-nominated blogger, digital consultant and the author of the book 'Bringing Up Race: How to Raise a Kind Child in a Prejudiced World'. This book is for everyone who wants to instil a sense of open-minded inclusivity in their kids, and those who want to discuss difference instead of shying away from tough questions. In it, Uju draws on often shocking personal stories of prejudice along with opinions of experts, influencers and fellow parents to give prescriptive advice making this an invaluable guide.  Uju's book: Bringing Up Race Find Uju on Instagram: @babesabouttown Find Uju's blog: babesabouttown.com Find me: @venetialamanna Find the show: @ATSTpodcast   Recommendations from this episode Blog post about Megan, Harry & Baby Archie Black History 4 Schools The Black Curriculum  Book: Homegoing by Yas Gyasi This episode was produced by Holly Falconer, co-produced and edited by Venetia La Manna, with music composed by William Haxworth and artwork designed by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pandora Sykes

Pandora Sykes

2021-03-2345:09

Pandora Sykes is a writer, journalist and broadcaster. She co-created and co-hosted The High Low which is one of the most loved podcasts out there, and she’s also the host of Doing It Right and The Missing. Last year, she released her debut essay collection, "How Do We Know We Are Doing It Right?" where Pandora interrogates the stories we’ve been sold and the ones we tell ourselves, exploring themes including wellness, faster than fast fashion, millennial burnout and the rise of cancel culture. Pandora’s book: http://bit.ly/3cdyvzz Find Pandora on Instagram: @pandorasykes Find Pandora on Twitter:@PINsykes Find me: @venetialamanna Find the show: @ATSTpodcast   Recommendations from this episode It's A Sin (Channel 4) Promising Young Woman (Emerarld Fennell) We are All Birds Of Uganda by Hafsa Zayyan This episode was produced and edited by Venetia La Manna, with music composed by William Haxworth and artwork designed by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gelong Thubten

Gelong Thubten

2021-03-1650:45

Gelong Thubten (he/him) is a Buddhist monk, meditation teacher and author. He became a monk 26 years ago at Samye Ling Tibetan Monastery in Scotland, and has spent over six years in intensive meditation retreats, the longest of which was 4 years long. He is now regarded as one of the UK’s most influential meditation teachers, with pioneering work teaching in universities, schools, companies such as Google, hospitals, prisons and rehab centres. He has lectured at Oxford University and for the United Nations, and he provides courses to medical students, doctors and nurses. He trained Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton in meditation on the set of the Marvel movie ‘Dr. Strange’ and he collaborated with Ruby Wax and neuroscientist Ash Ranpura on the book and theatre tour ‘How to be Human’. Thubten is the author of the Sunday Times bestseller ‘A Monk’s Guide to Happiness’ and his next book ‘Handbook for Hard Times’ will be published in 2022. Find Thubten’s book: 'A Monk's Guide To Happiness' Follow Thubten: @GelongThubten Find me: @venetialamanna Find the show: @ATSTpodcast Recommendations from this episode When Things Fall Apart by Pema Choedroen A Mindfulness Guide For The Frazzled by Ruby Wax   This podcast is kindly sponsored by VivoLife who are supporting Akanksha Education Fund. Use discount code: “ATST10” for 10% off your first purchase.  All The Small Things was produced and edited by Venetia La Manna, music by William Haxworth and artwork by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Luvvie Ajayi Jones

Luvvie Ajayi Jones

2021-03-0943:43

Luvvie Ajayi Jones (she/her) is an award-winning author, speaker and ‘professional troublemaker’. Luvvie thrives at the intersection of comedy, media and justice. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller “I’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual” and she is the co- founder of the global movement #SharetheMicNow. Her TED Talk ‘Get comfortable with being uncomfortable’ has had over 5 million views. Her new book “The Fear-Fighter Manual, Lessons from a Professional Troublemaker” is a hilarious and transformational book about how to tackle fear and step into lives, careers and legacies that go beyond even our wildest dreams. Find Luvvie’s book Find Luvvie: @Luvvie Find me: @venetialamanna Find the show: @ATSTpodcast Recommendations from this episode: Luvvie’s skincare Luvvie's playlists My favourite Vitamin C serum (turns out I had used one before) All The Small Things is co-produced by Holly Falconer, edited by Venetia La Manna, with music composed by William Haxworth and artwork designed by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rina Sawayama

Rina Sawayama

2021-03-0248:11

Rina Sawayama (she/her) is a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter and one of the most exciting artists to break through from last year. Born in Japan and raised in London, Rina’s music confronts the issues of identity and conflict with a wild blend of nineties and early noughties influences - everything from Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera to Lady Gaga and Gwen Stefani, to Evanescence and Limp Bizkit.  Rina’s been singing since she was little, but took her first official steps into the music world by joining a hip-hop group at school with Wolf Alice’s Theo Ellis. She broke into the public eye in 2017 with her self-titled EP and in 2018, she released the sex-positive ‘Cherry’, which served as a public declaration of her pansexuality. After finishing a tour with kindred alternative pop spirit Charli XCX, Sawayama signed with Dirty Hit (also home to The 1975) and in April 2020, released her genre-defying debut album ‘Sawayama’. Rolling Stone called it a "thrilling musical adventure" and Elton John proclaimed it “the strongest album of the year by far”; "Rina Sawayama," concluded Paper Magazine, "is our favourite genre".  Despite all this, Rina found out she was not eligible for Mercury Prize or BRIT Award nominations because she doesn’t hold a British passport, despite having lived in the UK for 25 years. Her story inspired a social media campaign and she has been in discussions with the BPI to get these rules changed - and she's succeeded! Rina is a change-maker and true visionary and I feel honoured to be kick-starting this series with her. Find Rina: @rinasonline Listen to Rina’s music: http://dirtyh.it/sawayama Find me: @venetialamanna Find the show: @ATSTpodcast Award nomination updates: Rina changes the game Recommendations from this episode The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle Yoga With Adriene Brene Brown on shame and accountability This podcast was recorded remotely, please excuse any audio errors. All The Small Things is co-produced by Holly Falconer, edited by Venetia La Manna, with music composed by William Haxworth and artwork designed by Alex Sedano.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hello, Venetia here. It's been a little while! I took a break from Talking Tastebuds to focus on my fashion campaigning, but I'm delighted to say that I am coming BACK with a brand new podcast called All The Small Things. I’m fascinated by how our daily habits shape us. Whether we're a ‘one task ticked off at a time’ type or we thrive with thirty-five tabs open, I want to learn more about the rituals that help provide structure when we need it most - or perhaps if creativity lies in the chaos if it all. In this series, I’ll be speaking to inspiring people and thought leaders about the small things that keep them in-check and uncover more about what makes their minds tick. What’s more, we’ll hear about the seemingly small moments that perhaps felt insignificant at the time, but their impact turned out to be life-changing. This series is a slight departure from Talking Tastebuds, but I really hope you'll stay with me! I loved creating those 6 series SO much, but felt in my heart that it was time for a change and a subject matter that allows me to interview all kinds of folks, not just those who have ties to food. I really hope the original Talking Tastebuds fans will stay with me, it would be an honour to have you along for the ride! Expect brand new episodes every Tuesday, for the next 9 weeks. Find me: https://www.instagram.com/venetialamanna/ Find the show: https://www.instagram.com/atstpodcast/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I have some exciting news for you all! Remember Who Made Them is a brand new six part podcast series, digital campaign and fundraiser that aims to help energise a new solidarity economy in fashion. Listen to the show... On iTunes: https://apple.co/39xRxgS On Acast: https://play.acast.com/s/remember-who-made-them On Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2ZYRzew Find us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Rememberwhomadethem Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rememberwhomadethem/ Get in touch: hello@rememberwhomadethem.com Music: Melisa Le Rue 'Life Is Beautiful' (produced by Colin Emmanuel) Disclaimer: This is a non-profit campaign. Everyone involved is giving their time free of charge. This podcast is not sponsored and features no adverts.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Evanna Lynch is an actress and animal rights activist. Evy rose to prominence when she played Luna Lovegood In the Harry Potter film series. She is the co-founder of a cruelty free and vegan and self-care delivery box Kinder Beauty Box, an ambassador for Veganuary and the co-host of the award-winning Chick Peeps podcast. In this episode we discuss eating disorders in regards to veganism, vegan abolitionists, wet markets, Tiger King, the fetisisation of animals, Harry Potter, fan culture and much more. Find Evy: https://www.instagram.com/msevylynch/ Find me: https://www.instagram.com/venetialamanna/ Episode TW: Eating disorders  Disclaimer: this episode is kindly sponsored by So Hot Right Now Podcast. Find it here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/so-hot-right-now/id1513199677 A huge thank you to the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ for partnering with me on this series. Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase. Download their FREE ebook: https://shop.vivolife.co.uk/sustainability-guideyvhupvax   Please note this episode was recorded remotely, so do excuse any audio issues.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lydia Morrow is a self-taught sustainable and ethical fashion designer, specialising in underwear for all sizes and genders. She studied Painting and Printmaking at Glasgow School of Art, Lydia began making underwear as she couldn’t find bras that were stylish in her size. She refers to it as “outside of the male gaze” and began showcasing it via her instagram account. In this episode we talk about: her joint hyper-mobility disability, size and gender inclusivity in fashion, her issues with calling for slower consumption from people in low income households, her tips for shopping sustainably for all body types, keeping costs and waste low when producing garments, body neutrality, how to get into sewing as a beginner. FIND LYDIA  Website: https://www.whatlydiamade.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatlydiamade/ FIND ME: https://www.instagram.com/venetiafalconer/ USEFUL ARTICLES I’m Plus-Size & Making My Own Clothes Helped Me Reclaim My Wardrobe: https://r29.co/2ZqMqMH Ethical Shopping For Plus Size Bods (March 2019)  http://www.therevivalcollective.com/simple-tips-ethical-shopping-for-plus-size-bods-guest-post-by-lydia-morrow-founder-of-what-lydia-made/ 5 Independent UK Plus Size Brands That Are Changing The Fatshion Game (July 2019)  https://www.bustle.com/p/5-independent-uk-plus-size-brands-that-are-changing-the-fatshion-game-18186370 The Term Plus Size Debate: https://www.glamour.com/story/term-plus-sized-debate Enjoyed this episode? I think you might like these too: Laura Thomas on Intuitive Eating and Body Neutrality: https://apple.co/2zPObYG Swatee Deepak 'Fashion is a Feminist Issue': https://apple.co/3fWMhGB Aja Barber: On Planet and Privilege: https://apple.co/3cKdJVP Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase. Download their FREE ebook: https://shop.vivolife.co.uk/sustainability-guideyvhupvax   Please note this episode was recorded remotely, so do excuse any audio issues.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jessica Quinn is a model, speaker, disability activist and diversity advocate. Jess lost her leg to cancer at the age of nine, but hasn’t let that be an obstacle in her mission to ensure that less able bodied people are represented in the media, with brands and on social media. She’s also run a marathon and was a finalist on Dancing With The Stars New Zealand. In this interview, we discuss overcoming cancer, representation and diversity in the media and single-use plastic and sustainability in regards to disabilities and healthcare.  Find Jess: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaemilyquinn/ Read this post: https://bit.ly/2YV4Swu More Jess being amazing: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bxb4YyHAHzV/ Find me: https://www.instagram.com/venetiafalconer/ Interesting and important articles on disability: https://gal-dem.com/as-a-chronically-ill-person-i-know-it-is-vital-we-approach-coronavirus-through-the-lens-of-community/ https://lucyandyak.com/blogs/news/disability-social-isolation-and-covid-19 Did you enjoy this episode? I think you might like these, too… Kenny Ethan Jones on trans activism: https://apple.co/3dBHFn0 Pattie Gonia on online activism: https://apple.co/3fjQiUY Damon Gameau on our Earth’s future: https://apple.co/3cp4CK6   Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase. Download their FREE ebook: https://shop.vivolife.co.uk/sustainability-guideyvhupvax   Please note this episode was recorded remotely, so do excuse any audio issues.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kenny Ethan Jones is an activist and model. He is perhaps best known for his lead role in Pink Parcel's I'M ON campaign, in which he made history by being the first trans man to front a period campaign. Kenny’s work focuses on menstruation, body politics, mental health and intimacy.  Find Kenny: https://www.instagram.com/kennyethanjones/ Kenny’s #internalperiods post: https://www.instagram.com/p/B5IgdY1lz-Z/ Kenny’s sex Q&A video: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-xL_r_FNM4/ The Gender Recognition Act: https://www.stonewall.org.uk/gender-recognition-act MP Liz Truss’ recent statements: https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2020/04/24/liz-truss-healthcare-trans-youth-women-equalities-gender-recognition-act-protest-backlash/  Please read: https://twitter.com/WhatTheTrans/status/1253433872563372032 Please sign this petition to protect young transgender individuals: https://www.change.org/p/uk-parliament-liz-truss-threatens-the-future-of-young-transgender-individuals-this-needs-to-be-stopped Find me: https://www.instagram.com/venetiafalconer/ Did you enjoy this episode? I think you might like these, too... Pattie Gonia on online activism: https://apple.co/3fjQiUY Kimberley Wilson on anxiety: https://apple.co/3c2fs8H Grace Hazel on sex: https://apple.co/35vUQmP Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase. Please note this episode was recorded remotely, so do excuse any audio issues.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jillian Lavender is the co-founder of London Meditation Centre and New York Meditation Center. She’s based in London and teaches Vedic Meditation full time and she’s also an Ayurveda expert. Jillian has appeared on the podcast before, but I wanted to catch up with her as I know so many of us are struggling to stay grounded during this time of social distancing and Jillian has a magical way of making me feel much calmer and centred and I think she’ll do the same for you. Find London Meditation Centre :https://www.instagram.com/londonmeditationcentre/ Find me: https://www.instagram.com/venetiafalconer/ Enjoyed this episode?I think you might like these... Ayurveda for Anxiety, live panel with Jillian: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/live-episode-ayurveda-for-life-long-health/id1287395967?i=1000459834433 Ayurveda with Jasmine Hemsley: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/jasmine-hemsley-ayurvedic-living/id1287395967?i=1000407557443 Meditation with Michael Miller: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/michael-miller-can-meditation-save-the-planet/id1287395967?i=1000434476767 Rhiannon Lambert on Nutrition: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/rhiannon-lambert-how-to-re-nourish-your-body/id1287395967?i=1000401019775 This episode was recorded remotely, so please excuse any audio issues. Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Xiye Bastida is an 18-year-old climate justice activist, originally from Mexico and now living in New York City where she is a senior in High School. Xiye has been a leading voice for indigenous and immigrant visibility in climate activism. Xiye is a member of the indigenous Mexican Otomi-Toltec nation and she has witnessed the impacts of climate change first hand, when her hometown in Mexico experienced prolonged drought followed by widespread flooding. She is one of the major organisers for youth climate movement Fridays Future New York City, she is on the administration committee of the People's Climate Movement and she’s a member of Sunrise Movement and Extinction Rebellion. Find Xiye: https://www.instagram.com/xiyebeara/ Find We The Planet: https://www.instagram.com/we.theplanet/ Find me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/venetiafalconer Find me on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2QgZEGc Sign up to my Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gdU0U1 This episode was recorded remotely, so please excuse any audio issues. Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sarah Bentley is the founder of Made In Hackney. A London based charity that believes everyone should have access to healthy, affordable food that’s good for people and planet.  They are currently working tirelessly to provide meals for those in need during the crisis. DONATE:https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/made-in-hackney-4 Rising Majority Teach-In w. Naomi Klein & Angela Y. Davis: https://www.facebook.com/TheRisingMajority/videos/1001191156942525/ Find Sarah: https://www.instagram.com/bentley_sarah/ Find Made in Hackney: https://www.instagram.com/madeinhackney/ Find me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/venetiafalconer Find me on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2QgZEGc Sign up to my Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gdU0U1 This episode was recorded remotely. Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pattie Gonia is a heel-stomping, trail-blazing social media sensation who brings drag, advocacy and activism into the outdoors. She burst onto Instagram back in October 2018 thanks to Wyn Wiley, a photographer, educator, creative director and passionate hiker from Nebraska. In this episode we discuss: coming out, homophobia, toxic masculinity, drag, artistic expression, queer and environmental activism, food as love and so much more. Find Pattie: https://www.instagram.com/pattiegonia/ Find Wyn: https://www.instagram.com/wynwileyphoto/ Find me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/venetiafalconer Find me on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2QgZEGc Sign up to my Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gdU0U1 Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kimberley Wilson is a Chartered Psychologist and visiting lecturer working in private practice in central London. Her work looks at the role food and lifestyle plays in our mental health, including disordered eating, the gut-brain axis and our emotional relationship with food. Her debut book: “How to Build a Healthy Brain: Reduce Stress, Anxiety and Depression and Future-Proof Your Brain” is available now. Find Kimberley: https://www.kimberleywilson.co/ Buy her book: https://amzn.to/39zJM8M Find her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodandpsych/ Listen to her podcast: https://play.acast.com/s/strongerminds Find me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/venetiafalconer Find me on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2QgZEGc Sign up to my Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gdU0U1 Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/ Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Karolina Pau

Not sure if you're aware but Pukka was bought by Unilever 🙄

Aug 31st
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Azadeh Ghavamrad

This is so good, love you both!! It is interesting for me, that we as women call ourself a tomboy when we loved sport as a kid, or still as adults, as if girls and women cant really like sport as girls and women, like they need to have some boy in them, lets change that. Lets make it a thing that is normal for girls and women to love sports, as well as it is normal for boys, so we should not excuse our love by making it a boy thing. In anything really. In old time, women excused their ideas by saying that they got it from god or their brother or another man. Or else people would not take them seriously. If we dont take ourself seriously no one else will. Being a woman is so many things ❤️❤️❤️❤️

May 14th
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Karolina Pau

The sound is really jumpy, needs some editing. I can heat Laura too well as if she was screaming and to hear Venetia I need to turn the volune up 🤔

May 4th
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Ste

Fantastic insight..

Jan 31st
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Tsvetelina Y.

I really enjoy all the episodes I have listened to so far! I dread the day when I will have listened to them all and will have to wait for a new one. Keep on with the great work. All the people you interview and you aswell are so inspiring! ❤

Oct 20th
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Sarah Li

really enjoyed this podcast Derek sarno is boss 😊

Oct 16th
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Lana

Another great podcast Venetia! I've heard bits about ayurveda so I'm definitely more intrigued - and will check out Jasmine's book. Can you recommend the Vedic meditation course that you went on please?

Aug 14th
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Nès Martí

Really enjoy your podcasts Venetia. Full of good humour and fun to listen to. Not vegan here and not a huge fan of intermittent fasting, but learned loads from your interviews and content :) Very open-minded and respectful. Keep it up!!!

Jun 20th
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Clarisse Flon

Absolutely adore your podcast but the sound is terrible :/ I have to turn the volume up and down constantly

Apr 27th
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