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FashionPotluck.com - social media platform for women by women.

In our podcast series, we talk about women, lifestyle, challenges, opinions, news, and are simply having an interesting conversation and a good laugh with inspiring women.

It is designed for content sharing between women, cataloging fashion, reviews, travel, recipes, makeup tutorials, life hacks and everything in between! It is completely free to join and simple to contribute. It’s an interactive universe there for you to inspire and be inspired!
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 In the 13th episode of FP Guru Series, we chatted with Nancy Poleon, the Founder and Owner of BrandedU (www.brandedu.nl), a platform and an app where women can learn more about personal branding and sign up for various PB courses with Nancy.Originally published here:  https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/personal-branding-for-women-what-how-and-why-podcast We talked to Nancy about Personal Branding, which has been gaining a lot of hype lately. We asked her the basic, yet the most common questions about this topic.What this podcast is about:○ What is personal branding exactly? ○ Why do women need personal branding?○ How could you identify “good personal branding”? ○ What are the elements of personal branding?○ What effects can personal branding have on one’s life?○ Does the number of social media followers matter?If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us at inspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:FashionPotluck.com/www.instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
 In today's episode, we chatted with Anouk Bleijenberg, the Mindfulness Coach at YourNextChapter.nl.Initially published at:  https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/mindfulness-for-life-balance-ii-effects-misconceptions-and-social-interpretations What this podcast is about:• Are the effects of mindfulness long-lasting?• Does mindfulness make us happier?• Are we allowed to "enjoy" pleasant moments while practicing mindfulness?• What literature to pay attention to?• Is the mindful state of mind the ‘normal’ state which we lost due to our chaotic lifestyle?• What is the relation between mindfulness, yoga, and meditation?Links:The website of Anouk - www.yournextchapter.nlOur website - fashionpotluck.com/If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us at inspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:www.instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views, and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
 FP Guru Series Episode #2: Social Media & Dating with Julie Sharon-Wagschal. Social Media affects different aspects of our lives, one of them being dating. Why are dating apps so successful? Do these lead to egoism and one’s entitlement to cheat? Have they changed our view on monogamy? What effect social media platforms have on our relationships, especially breakups? Julie Sharon-Wagschal, a psychologist specialized in Couples Counseling, joins the Fashion Potluck Team to discuss different aspects of social media and effects it has on the dating scene. *Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views, and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
 In the 12th episode of FP Guru Series, we chatted with Aurora Meneses da Silva, a psychologist specialized in Couple and Family Therapy, and the owner of Relationship Therapy Amsterdam.Originally published here:  https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/breakups-101-the-mature-approach-of-going-through-a-breakup-podcast What this podcast is about: ○ Sometimes, due to different reasons, people can't make a decision to break up. How should they go about it?○ Do the stages of a breakup make sense?○ Should you stay in touch with your ex?○ Is it healthy to give it another try, when your partner asks you for it?○ Do you believe one can forget an ex only after they meet someone new?○ Is it healthy to go from one relationship to another?If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us at inspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:FashionPotluck.comwww.instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
In the 11th episode of FP Guru Series, we chatted with Nanette Hogervorst, the Founder and Owner of Our World (www.ow-ourworld.nl), a sustainable fashion platform and an online magazine.Originally published here:  https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/sustainable-fashion-how-to-be-sustainable-role-of-media-and-the-future-of-fashion-podcast Nanette strives to raise awareness about sustainability in fashion and to change the mindset of both - brands and consumers. We chatted with Nanette about her platform, her views on the industry and its future.What this podcast is about:○ What is the idea behind your platform - Our World?○ Did your childhood affect your career choice?○ How can consumers change their approach to fashion?○ What do you believe is the future of fashion?○ What habits did you incorporate into your life?○ What are your favorite sustainable brands?If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us at inspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:FashionPotluck.com/www.instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
 In the 5th episode of our #WomenTalk series, we chatted with Natasha Schön, the digital marketeer at Open Social, and the only woman in the office.Originally published here: https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/working-in-a-male-dominated-field-experience-challenges-and-advice-podcast When we met Natasha, we were curious about her day-to-day in a male team in a male-dominated field. In this podcast, Natasha told us about working for Mars One, working in a male team, and the challenges that arose.What this podcast is about:○ How did you get into digital marketing?○ How did it feel working with the huge online audience of Mars One?○ Why don't you want to travel to Mars?○ What challenges did you face while working in a male-dominated field?○ Any funny stories from working in a male team?○ What advice can you give to women who face similar situations?If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us at inspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:FashionPotluck.com/instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
 For today's episode of #inspirationseries, we talked to Mari Veselova, the founder of Amsterdam.Onboard.Originally published here: https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/mari-veselova-building-a-dream-business-living-on-a-boat-and-tips-on-entrepreneurship-podcast Mari moved to the Netherlands to pursue her goal to study abroad and to unite with her loved one, now her husband, Florian. Mari and Florian have gotten an adventurous idea of living on a sailboat. After they learned everything themselves, they started organizing magical sunset cruises. Those evening turned into Mari's full-time job. Currently, she is building a community for women. She already united over 1200 women and is organizing 10-12 monthly events for them. In the podcast, we discussed Mari's journey, challenges, important skills, and more.Instagram of Mari: www.instagram.com/mari.in.amster/Amsterdam.Onboard: www.instagram.com/amsterdam.onboard/What the podcast is about:○ When did you move here and how did it happen?○ A couple of years ago, after watching “The Talented Mr. Ripley”, you and Florian fell in love with the idea of owning a boat. How quickly did you execute this idea?○ How would you describe living on a boat in 3 words?○ How hard was it for you to build a sustainable business in a new country?○ How many women does your community have? What kind of women are they? Can any woman become a part of it?○ Tips on entrepreneurship for women.If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us atinspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:FashionPotluck.com/www.instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
In the 10th episode of FP Guru Series, we chatted with Sanne Schoenmaker, the Co-Founder of PARIOLI, the tailored fashion brand from The Netherlands.Initially published here:  https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/building-a-fashion-brand-challenges-tips-and-thoughts-on-the-industry-podcastSanne and her family create tailored garments for women, according to their measurements. Women can choose a style from over 40 different designs and multiple colors, and get a customized garment. This is a unique approach to fashion, which offers sustainable solutions for women around the world.What this podcast is about:○ How was the idea of Parioli born?○ Do you have a background in the fashion industry? Is experience in the fashion industry necessary if you want to start your own brand?○ Do you have any tips for women who want to develop their own fashion brand?○ What challenges did you face when you started?○ Could you elaborate more on the sustainable aspect of Parioli?○ Which fabrics are ideal for your body? Does it differ per body type?○ Tips for creating a fashion business in the Netherlands.If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us at inspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:FashionPotluck.com/instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
Here's the fourth episode of our #WomenTalk podcast series. This is a special episode, and unique in its concept. Fashion Potluck was invited to join the discussion panel at the quarterly event of Sis in Biz (Sisterhood in Business). The main topic of the event was "How to successfully team up with millennials". After the event, we had a chance to chat with 6 inspiring women, business owners, and young professionals. These are Patricia Becker (also check our individual podcast with Patricia), Ellen Mensink, Rens Plandsoen, Joyce Knappe, Jacqueline Smit, and Mariska Visser.These women can relate themselves to the Generation X, therefore we chatted to them about the millennials, how to work with them, and how to manage them. We received plenty of tips & advice, useful for both generations.Initially published at:  https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/how-to-successfully-team-up-with-millennials-podcast If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us at inspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:FashionPotluck.com/instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views, and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
 In the 9th episode of FP Guru Series, we chatted with Fleur Brunnenkhuis, a Stress & Burnout expert and a Life Coach from Amsterdam.Initially published at: https://fashionpotluck.com/fp-blog/how-to-deal-with-burnouts-causes-treatment-and-prevention-podcastMillennials are considered a Burnout Generation. Julia & Una chatted to Fleur and asked her the most important questions regarding this relevant topic.What this podcast is about:○ What actually is a burnout? How does it manifest itself?○ Are there different types and intensities of burnouts?○ What are the causes of a burnout?○ What are the early signs that you might be reaching a burnout?○ How to deal with the social stigma related to burnouts (as it is still sometimes seen as a something you should be ashamed of)?○ If you feel overworked, what are the steps you can take to prevent a burnout?○ How to cure a burnout? What are the treatments?If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions regarding our podcasts, email us at inspire@fashionpotluck.com.Follow us:FashionPotluck.com/instagram.com/fashionpotluck/twitter.com/fashionpotluckfacebook.com/fashionpotluck*Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified professional. Statements made by Fashion Potluck's guests and speakers do not reflect Fashion Potluck's views, and are shared as personal opinions of interviewed individuals.
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