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Fionnuala Doherty is a life coach, reiki master, international retreat space holder and yoga teacher who supports young women to de-stress and connect to their purpose. As an Irish woman who has been living in Australia for more than five years, Fionnuala is well placed to support other ex-pats and she has cultivated an incredible community in Sydney through her yoga classes.  She is passionate about helping her clients to lead a life they love. In this conversation, Fionn and I discussed:What led her to move from Ireland to Australia, and how she went from working in recruitment to running her own yoga, reiki and life coaching business.Creating a home away from home and what Fionnuala has found most supportive in ex-pat lifeReceiving the news of her father’s sudden death only six months after leaving Ireland and how she has navigated grief. Taking the leap into her own business, and the challenges and joys that come with being an entrepreneurPractical self-care practises that Fionnuala always returns to Exciting events coming up for Fionn, including an international retreat and a weddingYou can connect with Fionnuala through her website Infinnite You, or on Instagram @infinniteyou.Also mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join The Light Seekers' Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungeListen to the Mummalove Mix tape on Spotify.You can also find me on Instagram @annielove.coachFacebook: @annielove.coachWebsite: annielove.coach
Jolinda Johnson is an award-winning Certified Life Coach, Wellness Mentor and Priestess who specializes in burnout and perimenopause. She’s obsessed with helping changemakers and revolutionaries get their spark back so they can go set the world on fire. She wants to change the narrative around perimenopause and give attention to the voices that are typically left out of the conversation, including BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and people under 45.After originally hearing Jolinda on a podcast a few years ago and then following her on social media, I’ve learned so much from her and really wanted to share her with you too! In this conversation, we talked about:What led Jolinda from studying at Columbia University, destined for law school, into becoming a Wellness Mentor and Priestess, living in Spain.What it means to be a PriestessHow Jolinda started supporting clients in Perimenopause and what she wishes all women knew about Perimenopause.Being the single Mum to an 8 year old son and how motherhood has changed Jolinda, including her new perspective on her relationship with her father.Jolinda’s passion for shopping, and other ways she takes care of herself and finds joy.The best parts of being in midlife.Jolinda is originally from Detroit, Michigan but earned her B.A. from Columbia University in New York City and completed her Master’s of Science in Education as part of the NYC Teaching Fellows program at Pace University in 2006. For the last thirteen years she’s made her home in Barcelona, Spain, and she lives there with her son and two dogs.Jolinda is a sought-after guest on podcasts such as My Daily Business Coach, The Female Wellness Hub, and The Priestess Podcast, has been featured on the cover of Inspired Coach magazine, and was the recipient of the Beautiful You Coaching Academy CEO Shine Award in 2021. She’s also taken to the stage as a motivational speaker for other life coaches and can be found on the popular website Healthline.You can connect with Jolinda through her website: https://jolindajohnson.com/Or follow her on Instagram @coachjolinda or Facebook.Jolinda currently has the doors open to her 6 month program, Big Bold Midlife. You can find out more details here: https://jolindajohnson.samcart.com/products/bigboldmidlifeAlso mentioned in this episode:Books that Jolinda referenced:The Hormone Cure, by Dr Sara GottfriedThe Wisdom of Menopause, by Christiane NorthrupI'd love you to join The Light Seekers' Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungeListen to the Mummalove Mix tape on Spotify.You can also find me on Instagram @annielove.coachFacebook: @annielove.coachWebsite: annielove.coach
Susan Pearse is a three times best selling author, founder of Mind Gardener and business expert who is passionate about motivating people to trust their intuition, think differently, lead consciously, and let life guide them to fulfilment.Susan's life purpose hasn’t always been clear. Her wake-up call came in the form of a quarter-life crisis, which sent her on the first of many worldwide searches for answers. A shopping trip to New York led to a chance meeting with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, and the first hint of her life’s purpose. She’s explored everything from quantum physics and neuroscience, to philosophy and eastern traditions, and even qualified as a kundalini yoga teacher.‘Spiritually Loose’, released in August 2022, is Susan’s fourth book and tells the story of this search and exploration. Initial reviews have described it as “raw, honest and ground breaking.”In this conversation, Susan and I discussed:The story behind the title ‘Spiritually Loose’ and how it came to Susan well before the book was writtenHow darkness is relevant to our search for light, and the importance of sitting with our emotionsMaking peace with our bodies and how being ‘in our bodies’ fits in with spiritual practicesBringing an energy of joy to our work to our business and how that impacts success more than number of hours workedThe simple ways Susan looks after herself and finds joy,And the importance of 80s music.To buy Susan's book, Spiritually Loose, you can access via her website, Amazon, Booktopia and all good bookstores.You can connect with Susan through her website: www.susanpearse.com, as well as on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.Also mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join The Light Seekers' Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungeListen to the Mummalove Mix tape on Spotify.You can also find me on Instagram @annielove.coachFacebook: @annielove.coachWebsite: annielove.coach
As an almost-20 year old, Marta Bukowska left her homeland of Poland for a "short" visit to see a friend in the US, seeking freedom and adventure, and quickly fell in love with the bustling city of NY (and a man). 20 something years later, she still lives in New York with her second husband and two boys. With her eldest son now finished high school, she’s started reigniting her dream of adventures in Costa Rica.In this conversation, Marta and I discussed her two different experiences of motherhood raising sons who are 12 years apart and surrendering into the expansion of motherhood. We also discussed how Marta was able to follow the Universe nudges from being in chaos to leading a purpose-driven life and the first steps she took.Marta is a certified wellness and life coach and founder of the multi-modality coaching practice, Mind Body and Purpose. She supports her clients through principles of mindset, emotional intelligence, embodiment, holistic nutrition, and movement to create a vibrant life on their terms. You can connect with Marta through her website - Mind Body Purpose, as well as Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.Also mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join The Light Seekers' Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungeListen to the Mummalove Mix tape on Spotify.You can also find me on Instagram @annielove.coachFacebook: @annielove.coachWebsite: annielove.coach
How do you want to feel on New Year's Eve this year and what achievements do you want to be celebrating?As we kick off the last quarter of 2022, I wanted to check on how you're tracking with your goals for the year. This episode is all about how to set SMARTER 90-day goals, and what makes it more likely that we'll achieve the goals we've set.S - specificM - measurableA - achievableR - relevantT - timelyE - evaluateR - revise"Success is often a result of committing to the fundamentals over and over again."~ James ClearAlso mentioned in this episode:Goal setting article with James ClearJoin me for the Time Mastery Masterclass on 26 October 2022.Celebrate with me!To celebrate the podcast facelift and becoming The Light Seekers' Lounge, you can go in the draw to win a 90 minute 1:1 coaching session with me, valued at $297.To enter, all you need to do is:1) subscribe to the Light Seekers’ Lounge in your favourite podcast app,2) share one (or more) of the new podcast episodes on Instagram or Facebook and tag me at @annielove.coachAnd for bonus points:3) write a review in Apple Podcasts (not sure how? Check out this video), or leave a 5 star rating on Spotify.Entries close Sunday 16 October at 5pm. Good luck!I'd love you to join The Light Seekers' Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungeYou can also find me on Instagram @annielove.coachFacebook: @annielove.coachWebsite: annielove.coach
Fleur Chambers is a multi award-winning internationally recognised meditation teacher, and creator of The Happy Habit app. She is also the newly published author of her first book, Ten Pathways: A Framework for Redefining Happiness.In this conversation, Fleur and I discussed:living with chronic pain and how we can reframe the definition of 'vitality' to be more inclusivehow winning a business award spurred on Fleur's journey to becoming an author, how she approached creating her first book and how she is choosing to celebrateusing meditation as a tool for social change, the evolution of her business into a social enterprise, and who Fleur needs to be to make that happenFleur's experience of being ill with long Covid, making space to receive and trust clues and signs from the world, listening to our bodies and embracing synchronicitiesOffering ourselves grace in the transitions in those 'moments in between' Moments when you have to reflect on your own identity without the peripheral 'stuff' in our lives.Fleur is based in Melbourne, Australia, and she's happiest when she is on the beach with her husband, three boys and dog Lucky.Fleur also appeared in Episode 48 of the Mummalove podcast.You can connect with Fleur throughher website: www.thehappyhabit.com.auon Instagram: @thehappyhabitwithfleurchambersbuy her book: Ten Pathways: A Framework for Redefining HappinessCelebrate with me! To celebrate the podcast facelift and becoming The Light Seekers' Lounge, you can go in the draw to win a 90 minute 1:1 coaching session with me, valued at $297.To enter, all you need to do is:1) subscribe to the Light Seekers’ Lounge in your favourite podcast app,2) write a review in Apple Podcasts or leave a 5 star rating on Spotify (not sure how? Check out this video), and3) share one (or more) of the new podcast episodes on Instagram and tag me at @annielove.coachEntries close Sunday 16 October at 5pm. Good luck!Connect with meI'd love you to join The Light Seekers' Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungeListen to the Mummalove Mix tape on Spotify.You can also find me on Instagram @annielove.coachFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: annielove.coach
Perhaps you are wondering what the heck a Light Seeker is and why I have renamed the podcast to The Light Seekers Lounge. In this episode, I wanted to share what being a Light Seeker means to me - a manifesto, if you will! I hope they resonate with you too.Celebrate with me and win!To celebrate the podcast facelift and becoming The Light Seekers' Lounge, you can go in the draw to win a 90 minute 1:1 coaching session with me, valued at $297. To enter, all you need to do is:1) subscribe to the Light Seekers’ Lounge in your favourite podcast app,2) write a review in Apple Podcasts (not sure how? Check out this video), and3) share one (or more) of the new podcast episodes on Instagram and tag me at @annielove.coachEntries close Sunday 16 October at 5pm. Good luck!“Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”~ Brené BrownAlso mentioned in this episode:If you'd like to understand the background to the podcast and some of our family story, you can check out Episode 0 where I set the scene. Then, you should move through episodes 1, 2 and 3 to get the full picture.I'd love you to join The Light Seekers' Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungeYou can also find me on Instagram @annielove.coachFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: annielove.coach
Evolution in Progress

Evolution in Progress

2022-09-0520:15

Welcome to episode number 76 AND the final episode of the Mummalove Podcast! If that took you by surprise, do not fear, we are not disappearing - after 76 episodes over two and a bit years, we are simply evolving. Pretty soon we will be re-emerging under the new name of ‘The Light Seeker’s Lounge’ and I very much hope you will continue into the next phase of this podcasting adventure with me.In today’s episode, I wanted to give you a bit of insight into the decisions, the journey, the highs and lows behind rebranding both my coaching business and the podcast. I share some of the lessons I have learned along the way and ask you some questions, in case you are being called into an evolution in your own life or business.Also mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join the Light Seekers' Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @annielove.coachFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.comNew website: annielove.coachSubscribe to the email list over here.
Claire Devine was born in Toulouse, France and grew up in an art gallery space in Brisbane, Australia. A classical musician and high school teacher, she started painting as a way to pass the evening hours while her handsome Irish husband, Seamus, was away for work.Claire took a break from her regular work when Seamus became ill and their infant son was diagnosed with partial blindness. This break allowed the family to reprioritise, focus on each other and give energy to Claire’s painting. As popularity for Claire’s work grew, The New Devine quickly evolved from a painting pass time into a serious, full-time business.In this episode, we talk about:The great love story between Claire and her flatmate-turned-husband, SeamusWhy Claire moved from being a teacher to artist, and the challenges and joys of being a business owner and primary income earner for the family.Being Mum to three gorgeous boys, two of whom have Albinism, and how Claire and Seamus have navigated the diagnosis so farWhether it’s possible to live a good life after dealing with a long list of curve balls, how Claire finds joy in the little things, and trying to find moments of self-care in this busy season of life.And there’s special mention of our mutual friend, Matt Hawkins, and his album ‘Love, Loss & Washing Lines’.You can find Claire and her vibrant Australian artwork over on her website, The New Devine, on Instagram or Facebook. Also mentioned in this episode:Click here to listen to the Mummalove Mixtape playlist on Spotify.I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Kylie Holmes is a Past Life Healer and Intuitive Coach for big-hearted women, light workers and leaders. Known for her grounded, magnetic energy and her powerful intuitive guidance, Kylie holds her clients in unconditional love, which allows them to dive into the depths and come home to their truth. Her clients often describe working with her as transformational, magical, life changing, validating and more often than not, a little bit weird (in the best of ways, of course). In this episode, we talk about:The evolution of Kylie personally and in business over the past ten years, and the self-trust required through these transitionsDiscovering and tapping into our intuition, embracing our spiritual gifts and following those intuitive nudges even when it doesn’t feel easy or comfortableThe spiritual practices that helped Kylie navigate grief and allowed the space for important conversations with her Nan in her final months, and the connections that continue beyond earthly relationshipsWhat self-care looks like for Kylie and understanding that ‘movement’ can be different for everyone (and we can ‘walk ourselves’ even if we don’t have a dog )The practices that help Kylie be in her body, especially when she’s feeling a bit nervousCelebrating being part of the sisterhood and embracing collaboration over competitionKylie loves to chat in Instagram, so send her a DM at @kylieholmes_ and keep an eye out for her offerings on her website. You can also listen to Kylie's podcast, Leading Lightworkers: Raw & Unfiltered.Also mentioned in this episode:“You are more than your human self and you are wildly supported.”We Can Do Hard Things, by Tish Melton (theme song from the podcast ‘We Can Do Hard Things’ with Glennon Doyle)Click here to listen to the Mummalove Mixtape playlist on Spotify.I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Natalie Roberts is an award winning and deeply intuitive Coach, NLP Practitioner and Speaker, a dedicated ocean swimmer, Mum to two beautiful girls and wife to Mauro, and now a newly minted Queenslander.Natalie and I first met in 2014 when we both attended the IAHP course in Melbourne, learning strategies to support our children with diverse needs. But I’ve always felt like Natalie and I have a spiritual connection - soul sisters - and we’ve continued to connect in other ways.In this episode, we talk about:Chiara’s journey, that pivotal moment of diagnosis and becoming a parent of a child with diverse needsThe diverse parenting journey and its impact on marriageHolding the duality of suffering and joy and the microdecisions we make in lifeNatalie discovering ocean swimming in Melbourne and their family move to QueenslandHow Natalie finds joy and the fortress around her non-negotiable self-honouring ritualsNatalie mentors incredible women who are ready to redefine what raising children with a diagnosis means to them. Together they walk through the realms of possibility, potential and personal power, to rise to this sacred season of life.“Motherhood is one of the greatest paradoxes of my life,a bond so deep it stifles as it expands.”You can connect with Natalie on Instagram @natalielroberts or on Facebook (and website is coming - all in divine timing!).Also mentioned in this episode:Institute of Achievement of Human PotentialBeautiful You Coaching AcademyClick here to listen to the Mummalove Mixtape playlist on Spotify.I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Bec Coldicutt is a teacher, youth mentor, internationally certified life coach, menstrual educator and Reiki Master/Teacher. Inspired by what she was seeing in her classroom and beyond, Bec was called to create Rebel Starseeds; a deeply heart-centred business helping girls learn that intelligent, purposeful rebellion leads to an empowered and inspiring life!In this episode, we talk about:Bec's career evolution, how she found herself being a youth mentor, parent supporter and coach to tween and teen girls, and the great advice she received from a teacher when she was 17Positive period education and celebrating menarche and rites of passage with girls and their parents through Celebration Day for GirlsWhat "intelligent rebellion" means to Bec and why she thinks teenage girls need to be rebellious, know themselves well and find space in this noisy worldHow we, as parents, can support our teenagers and finding communication strategies that work as teenagers evolveThe ways Bec finds joy, and her unique approach to self-care so that it's more sustainableAs their personal empowerment sidekick, Bec teaches girls self-empowerment, the real meaning of self-compassion, and how to reject limiting belief patterns they find themselves in. Through Rebel Starseeds and her work in schools, Bec provides workshops, retreats, programmes and 1:1 mentoring to girls and their families.You can find Bec on Instagram and Facebook, and on her website at rebelstarseeds.comAlso mentioned in this episode:Aly Pain is the Canadian parenting coach that I mentioned on the episode - you can find her on Instagram and website.Click here to listen to the Mummalove Mixtape playlist on Spotify.I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Trigger warning: this conversations mentions mental health and post natal anxiety and depression.Alexandra Wiatr is a mama of two, wife, visionary entrepreneur and sensual embodiment mentor to mothers and women who unapologetically want it all. I invited Alex on the podcast because I love that the work she does is helping to shift the narrative around motherhood and encouraging us to believe in the "exponentiality" and possibility of motherhood.Together with her husband Aidan, Alex escaped the corporate 9-5 and built a rapidly growing, soulful product business on Amazon USA in under two years with her first daughter on her hip. Now, she's on a mission to guide women everywhere to tap into their sensuality and alchemise the abundant lives of their dreams.In this episode, we talk about:Finding true love and moving to AustraliaBeing in a dark place in 2019 when her first daughter was a few months old and the support and resources Alex leaned on to find the light againCreating a soulful Amazon business with her husband and the exponential growth of the business in 2021Changing the narrative that motherhood needs to be about depletion and martyrdomAllowing ourselves to be 'in the depths' and letting go of resistance, in order to find our exponentiality, whatever that looks like for each personTo connect with Alex, you can find her on Instagram at @alexandraxwiatrYou can read the book 'This I Know Is True' by Natasha Gilmour and Sian Yewdall, and featuring a chapter written by Alex.Also mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Stephanie Rodden is a dynamic, creative woman, as well as Mum to two boys, a wife, photographer and educator.Inspired by the arrival of her beautiful son, Lincoln, and a less-than-ideal delivery of a prenatal diagnosis from her obstetrician, Stephanie created a social enterprise and a movement called Celebrate T21. Celebrate T21 is known for its gorgeous book projects and gift packs which are gifted to families receiving a pre- or post-natal diagnosis of Down syndrome, and through that gift, they are welcomed into the incredible T21 community.In this conversation, we talked about:The story of receiving a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome for their second son, and the divided response from familyHow the Down syndrome diagnosis changed Stephanie’s lifeThe creation of Celebrate T21 - how it started and how it’s evolved over timeHow Stephanie finds joy and looks after herself in a busy lifeWhat will be happening in Stephanie’s community for World Down syndrome DayCelebrate T21 is based in the Illawarra and operates as a community service. It has a huge network around Australia, bringing together families within the Down syndrome community, sharing their stories and inspiration. Stephanie and the team at Celebrate T21 dream of a world where no family should feel isolated, unsupported or pressured to terminate based on a diagnosis of Down syndrome.To find out more about Celebrate T21, you can follow them at:Instagram: @celebrateT21Facebook: Celebrate T21www.celebratet21.comAlso mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Ashe Hornsby is a multi-passionate entrepreneur, mother of three boys and she shows up to life with humour and heart. Since the passing of her husband five years ago, Ashe's life has been a wild rollercoaster ride. Turning her pain into purpose, Ashe aims to normalise Grief, Trauma & Loss (G.T.L) through sharing the messy and magical moments of her own healing and helping others on their grief journey feel seen and heard.In this conversation, we discussed:the story of losing Ashe's husband, Brendan 'Horn' HornsbyAshe's recent loss of her mum to Cancer and the different experiences of grieftalking with kids about death and grieflooking for signs from those who have diedfinding love with new partner, Eden, and how they have brought their two families togetherbuilding the 'shouse' and managing multiple businessesYou can find Ashe and her many amazing businesses on Instagram at:@withloveash@flawedandfabulous_podcast @thecoachconnection@hotrockgranite@butlers_gcAlso mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
There is a lot going on in the world at the moment, especially with the recent floods in Australia and the war in Ukraine - on top of two years of the pandemic. It can be easy to fall into wondering when life will ever feel 'normal' again.In this episode, I share:What's been happening in the Love household recently, with a change of schools and wrist injury (and what that's taught me)Big events in the world, including floods on the East Coast of Australia and the war in UkraineThree things we can do to protect our energy and help when we're feeling helpless.Also mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Valeska Waldron is the creator and founder of Delivering Joy, a business created from an idea to help a friend undergoing treatment for cancer.In this episode we talk about:the inspiration behind Valeska’s businessthe grief from losing a treasured friendthe support structures required to juggle business life and mum life,and how Valeska plans for the year ahead.Valeska’s business, Delivering Joy, is all about providing meaningful, heartfelt and unique gifts to support and uplift friends and loved ones going through a hard time. Her signature product, the 30 Days of Joy packages, were created for her friend and consist of uplifting, supportive and inspiring text messages delivered directly to a mobile phone daily, designed to be a daily touchpoint to show you care.Valeska uses her business as a vehicle to spark more joy in people’s lives – in little ways, that mean a lot. The work lights her up because it is designed intentionally to connect, uplift and support others. It feels good to create products that DO GOOD and help people in a meaningful and heartfelt way.As well as being a business owner, Valeska is also a mother to two, a part-time employee, student and someone who likes to find joy in the little moments - encouraging others to do the same. She finds joy in being in nature, moving her body, connecting with people and spending time with her husband and children.To connect with Valeska, you can find her using the below links:www.deliveringjoy.com.auInstagram @deliveringjoy.for youFacebook @deliveringjoy.foryouAlso mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Welcome to 2022 and Season 3. A new year and a new season of the podcast!Starting off Season 3 with a quick chat about:My recap of the holiday season and accepting helpHow I reflected on 2021 and have start thinking about how I want to feel in the new yearFinding my word of the yearThe energy of 2022 and a lunar new yearThis week also marks the start of the Lunar year, a lot of beginnings and opportunities. All the signs suggest that this year, although still a bit 'swirly,' we should follow our intuition more and be open to possibilities and opportunities along the way. How does that resonate with you? What is your word of the year?Also mentioned in this episode:Aligned & Unstoppable - Podcast by Emily Aarons, a business life coach and energy guru who shared about this year's energy forecast along with Kim Woods, astrologer and energy guru.Unravel Your Year and Find Your Word - free workbooks by Susannah Conway to help you unpack 2021 and find your word of the year.I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
Lessons from 2021

Lessons from 2021

2021-12-2231:27

As Christmas is almost here and it's time to wrap up 2021, I thought I would have a little rambly chat about five lessons I've learned this year.What lessons have you learned this year?If you would like to download my Reflection guide for 2021, you can do so at this link: Reflecting On Your Year 2021Thank you so much for listening along to the Mummalove podcast in 2021. I am so grateful for you!Have a beautiful Christmas and I'll see you in the new year for Season 3.Also mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation!Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
In 2017 Dalya was faced with every parent's worst nightmare in the sudden and devastating loss of her only child Ben at the age of 15.Through her lived experience, she has become a passionate advocate of helping young people cope with grief and actively continues to support teens, adults, and other parents who have also experienced loss.In this episode, Dalya and I talk about:Her connection to Ben’s friends and what she’s learned about how teenagers navigate grief.How grief looks for Dalya at Christmas time and how she’s chosen to approach the festive season, andHow Dalya finds joy, looks after herself and chooses to live a good life, even in the midst of grief and lossIn recent years Dalya has built her own business incorporating her love of content writing and motivational speaking. She has a strong focus on Love, Loss, Choice & Change.A skilled communicator, Dalya is dedicated to writing engaging content for businesses, and uplifting and empowering her audience by teaching the importance of facing adversity to build strength and resilience.You can find Dalya via her website, where she writes regularly on her blog: https://www.dalyashaw.com.au/She is also on Facebook and LinkedIn.Also mentioned in this episode:I'd love you to join the Mummalove Lounge Facebook group and continue the conversation! Click on this link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummaloveloungePlease leave a rating and review of the Mummalove podcast over on Apple Podcasts. Not sure how to do that? You can watch my quick video guide over here on the website - scroll down past all the episode covers to find it.You can also find me on Instagram @mummaloveFacebook: mummalove.blogWebsite: www.mumma-love.com
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