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TW: BIRTH TRAUMAThis episode gives a beautiful and raw perspective into my good friend, Kayla Spindler's, story of birth, trauma and healing. She shares the stories of both her children's births, how they differ, and how she found help and support after trauma. We discuss the importance of supporting women, getting help when needed, and relate to the lack of education when it comes to pre and postnatal care.MEET THE GUEST:Kayla is a registered nurse, lover of coffee, ceramics, hiking, and is a mother of two. She is a good and true friend of mine who has taught me so much when it comes to self kindness and healing. Get to know her more @kayla.spindler on Instagram.Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
In this episode, Ally Tuozzoli and I discuss healing body image. We go over what healing body image actually means, things to look out for on social media, how healing your relationship with food ties into healing body image, and much more. This episode is essential in us, especially us as women, moving toward living with more authenticity and freedom.MEET THE GUEST:Ally Tuozzoli, also known as “sprinkled by al” on Instagram, is a certified health coach who specializes in food freedom and body image. She works with women on finding food freedom and healing their relationship with their bodies so that they can be their authentic selves and live a more intuitive life.  Get to know her more @sprinkledbyal on social media and on her website https://allytuozzoli.com/ . Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
Many of us have wondered, "what is inner child healing?" In today's episode with Hazel Antiporta, we discuss the importance of inner child healing, what that phrase actually means, how it applies to parents, and much more. The process of inner child healing can feel overwhelming. Thankfully, Hazel gives some helpful insights and steps into how we can begin our inner child healing today.MEET THE GUEST:Hazel is a certified healing and transformational coach in NLP, TIME, Life and Success, EFT, and Hypnosis. She is here to guide purpose-driven millennials to cultivate a deep sense of self-love and awareness through their inner child, equipping them to live magnetically. Hazel believes everyone has untapped potential they’re meant to discover and is passionate about helping her clients bring theirs to life. She teaches her clients that if they want to start showing up for themselves, they must break self-sabotaging narratives picked up in childhood and generational trauma so they can reprogram what was “seeded” in them. Hazel maps the blueprint out through her unconditional love methodology. Get to know her more @projectantiporta on social media and https://projectantiporta.com/ .Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
A Safe Space Within

A Safe Space Within

2021-09-0714:41

This is a solo episode where I break down the phrase "finding your voice" and explain what it means to me. I share a few personal experiences that have encouraged me to question and discover who I am and start down the path of self awareness. I give a few ideas and recommendations for you to do the same.Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
For many of us, the topic of money in conversation can feel quite taboo. Is it appropriate to talk about money? Is it part of soulful and fulfilled living to want money? How do we tie money into soulful living? All of these questions and more are answered in this episode with Sarah Bengtsson from “Money Meets Soul” . Sarah teaches us the meaning behind the Swedish word 'lagom' and how it applies to the concept 'less is more'. MEET THE GUEST:Sarah is an expert in sustainable investing and green money. She founded “Money Meets Soul” where she teaches millennials to build soulful wealth that is sustainable both for themselves and the planet. She has previously worked in wealth management in both Switzerland and Sweden and is known for her uniquely holistic approach to money and investing. Get to know her more @moneymeetssoul on social media and through her website at https://momentously.mykajabi.com/ .Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
For this episode, I sat down with Taylor Arco to discuss the importance of habits. More specifically, how to establish a healthy relationship with them. We discuss the overwhelm that can come with establishing habits and how to approach habits in a healthy way. Taylor answers the questions, "how do we build lasting habits?" and "how can we step away from the all or nothing mindset that can come with wanting to sustain them?"MEET THE GUEST:Taylor Arco is a certified life coach and future marriage and family therapist who specializes in  mindset and health coaching. She has helped dozens of women stop their negative self talk, create lasting healthy habits, and find success in their careers. Get to know her more @taylorarco on social media and through her website at https://www.taylorarco.com/ .Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
As the last episode of this season, my partner, Nate, and I sat down to share a bit of our story and answer a few questions we received about our relationship via social media. We talk about life after having a child, what our marriage looks like now and our process of unlearning marriage expectations. Marriages can be overwhelmingly tricky. They can also be a place of deep connection, respect and support. This is only a glimpse of our story, and we are happy to be sharing it with you.MEET THE GUEST:Nate Lee is my wonderful partner of 11 years. He is an avid nature lover, fantastic father and tremendously supportive spouse. He has a passion for learning and connecting to his inner child. Get to know him more @nategeolee on Instagram. Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
People Change

People Change

2021-03-2311:57

This episode was a tricky one for me to navigate. It’s quite informal and features me simply sharing my thoughts and feelings about the concept of people changing. Change is something we are all familiar with. People changing, however, is a notion that can be incredibly hard to navigate. I ask a lot of questions in this episode and am unsure if I have all the answers. I merely share what makes sense to me right now. I’m sure, with more understanding and time, these thoughts and feelings might change. Thankfully, change can be a beautiful thing. Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
Many of us are familiar with the numerous pressures that come with being a woman. These pressures start at a very young age, arguably before we are born. Kassidy and I discuss the impact of gender roles, how they range among different cultures and how we as individuals have been impacted by these pressures. MEET THE GUEST:Kassidy Clawson is a wonderful friend and someone I deeply look up to. Studying at Utah Valley University, she majored in Communications with emphases in Public Relations and Gender Studies. Get to know her more @raxclaw on Instagram.Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
The concept of family being “everything” is one we are all familiar with. It is a message that is reiterated over and over again throughout our lives. While the sentiment of this message is important, the idea that family comes before all, including ourselves, can be hard to grapple with for many. In this episode, I give some clarity to the first discussion around this topic and share a few more of my feelings when it comes to this idea. This is a vulnerable episode. Please handle it with care.Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
As described by Brene Brown, “Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome.” In this episode, Chelsea Homer and I discuss the pros and cons to vulnerability and how it has affected both of our lives. It’s a brave thing to continually choose to be vulnerable, and I have been endlessly  inspired by Chelsea and her choice to show up in vulnerable authenticity.  After listening to this episode, I hope we can take away a little more love, kindness and compassion toward one another and remember that we don’t always know or understand everyone's complete story.MEET THE GUEST:Chelsea is a beautiful soul who has made the choice over and over again to show up in life with authenticity and vulnerability, and she does so with so much grace. She’s a big advocate for having tough conversations and normalizing faith transitions. Get to know her more @chels_homer on Instagram.Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
Motherhood can be an incredible part of life while also be really tricky to navigate. In this episode, I share a few pivotal moments in my motherhood journey and how my view of motherhood has shifted over time. Motherhood is deeply personal, but also a part of life that many of us can relate to. Wherever you’re at in your motherhood journey, I see you and am cheering you on through all the joy, pain and growth that can come with it.Motherhood Resources:https://www.postpartum.net/https://www.apa.org/pi/women/resources/reports/postpartum-depressionhttps://www.betterhelp.com/ Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
The truth is, we all have different perspectives and different lenses through which we look at and process life. Another truth is, all we can control is ourselves. My brother, Kale Tanner, and I sit down to talk about taking back and recognizing the power of our individual choices. When we recognize the power of our individual choices, we give more grace not only ourselves, but to those around us, too, and that's a beautiful thing. MEET THE GUEST:Kale Tanner is not only my brother, but a wonderful friend and human being. He’s a CrossFit coach, Marine Veteran and avid knowledge seeker. Get to know him more by listening to the “Rise Unite Defend” Podcast and @riseunitedefend on Instagram. Thank you for being here.Article referenced in episode - https://becomingbetter.org/the-power-of-choice/FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
In this episode, I share a few of my feelings about the year 2020 and some changes that have occurred in my life as a result. I sit with you in the realization that this past year has been really hard for all of us. As difficult as it’s been, I'm reminding myself that there are so many things in our lives that we can control. In whatever way you are looking forward to 2021  whether it be goal setting, intention setting or taking it day by day, I am with you and cheering you on always as we move forward toward healing. Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Think About You" by Ryan Little
On Being Misunderstood

On Being Misunderstood

2020-08-0414:08

Have you ever felt incredibly misunderstood? That reality can be so hard and can impact one tremendously. In this episode, Kami shares an experience where she felt deeply misunderstood and what she's learned from that. She discusses the pain and growth that has taken place within this last year of losing a close relationship as a result of misunderstanding.  It's no easy thing, trying to learn and grow through challenging times. But, the beauty is, those times have a great ability to teach us if we let them. Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Successful Motivation" by Purple Planet Music
Why a Podcast?

Why a Podcast?

2020-07-2107:36

In this episode, I answer the question, "Kami, why did you start a podcast?" I discuss a few important realizations that have shaped my life and the importance of honoring and discovering who you are and who you want to become. Thank you for being here.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Successful Motivation" by Purple Planet Music
In this episode, Kami addresses the sometimes awkward and hurtful relationships and interactions that can take place between individuals who leave the LDS church and active LDS members. She gives some insight on how those relationships and interactions can be filled with more love and respect in order to genuinely move forward. Tune in every Tuesday for deep and vulnerable conversations on motherhood, individuality, family and navigating your own personal journey through life and all that comes with it.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Successful Motivation" by Purple Planet Music
In this episode, Kami dives deeper into her journey out of the LDS church, what her life looks like now and the importance of allowing change for yourself and others. Tune in every Tuesday for deep and vulnerable conversations on motherhood, individuality, family and navigating your own personal journey through life and all that comes with it.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Successful Motivation" by Purple Planet Music
In this episode, Kami and Nathan dive into navigating, the sometimes complicated, relationships within family units. We discuss the cultural message that 'family is everything' and how, in some cases, this idea is more hurtful than helpful. MEET THE GUEST:Nathan Cazmersen is a great family friend who values honesty, vulnerability and a willingness to learn and grow. Over the past few years, he has wrestled with navigating his own family relationships and has learned so much about himself and what family relationships mean to him as a result. Get to know him @nathan.cazmersen on Instagram.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Successful Motivation" by Purple Planet Music
Kami and Cassie get together to talk about the importance of recognizing that we as humans are complex and beautiful beings made up of spiritual, mental, physical and emotional selves. Each of these aspects of our whole self are in need of understanding, love and attention. Join us in this episode to gain more clarity on your whole self and what you can do to nourish who you are.MEET THE GUEST:Cassie Duke is a holistic nutritionist, foot zone therapist, yoga instructor, mother and avid believer in living life intentionally. Get to know her @cassiejoduke on Instagram.FOLLOW @everexpanding.podcast on InstagramPlease consider SUBSCRIBING for more contentMusic - "Successful Motivation" by Purple Planet Music
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