ZERO WASTE LIVING AND SUSTAINABILITY
Today I am talking to Lucy Lucraft. A freelance journalist, blogger and podcaster from Brighton who creates content about sustainability, low impact living and plant based life. She also consults and trains on podcasting for ethically conscious businesses.
A key takeaway from this interview with Monica Stott was that you don’t need to overthink wellness too much. If you know what works for you and makes you happy, and you avoid worrying what other people are thinking and doing, you can instinctively make choices that work best for you.
SEASONAL LIVING, JOURNALLING, AND LIVING WITH ANXIETY
In today’s podcast episode I talk to stylist, writer, seasonal living advocate, planning enthusiast, and blogger, Hannah Bullivant. We talk about what it means to embrace the seasons and how seasonal living is a form of mindfulness. We talk about Hannah’s number one tip for living a good life, and that includes prioritising pleasure, self-care and putting your needs first in order to be an effective, self-aware human being.
WHAT IS GREEN BEAUTY? AND THE PROBLEM WITH GREEN-WASHING IN THE BEAUTY INDUSTRY
I wanted to chat to Caroline about the concept of ‘green-washing’ in the beauty industry and how this has the potential to mislead consumers. Many terms such as ‘green’, ‘natural’, ‘toxic’ and even ‘free from chemicals’ are used throughout the beauty industry but they can be quite confusing for the consumers. I wanted to dig into this a bit further with Caroline to get clear on what these all mean from a technical aspect.
WHAT IS THE GOOD LIFE UNRAVELLED? AN INTRODUCTION
The podcast curious about what it truly means to live a fulfilling and interesting life, where wellness is for everybody and having an open mind to learning from others is the key to the best life. We talk about wellbeing, self-care, lifestyle, and all the different approaches to living a better life. We take a holistic approach to wellbeing looking at issues of the body, mind and spirit.
Cooking to Inspire Community and Creativity with Emily Leary aka A Mummy Too
Podcast interview with Emily Leary, aka A Mummy Too, about how we can use cooking to inspire and create community. We chat about how we are coping with UK lockdown, and how Emily is inspiring others to try cooking new recipes. #GoodLifeUnravelled #podcast #wellness #mentalhealth
Thriving Instead of Just Surviving with Tamu Thomas of Live Three Sixty
Tamu Thomas is a holistic life coach working with women in the transition period of late 30s and 40s. She shares her wisdom on thriving over surviving in our lives. We also talk about boundaries, self-care, everyday joy, the mind-body connection, shadow work.
Making a Rented House a Home with Medina Grillo of Grillo Designs
Medina Grillo shares her advice on how to make a rented house a home, why she is challenging the stigma of renting, and why we should all just give it a go with DIY, upcycling, and hacking because failure is important.
Making a Rented House a Home, Challenging Renting Stigma, Importance of Failing with Medina Grillo
The Good Life Unravelled podcast interview with Medina Grillo of @GrilloDesigns - we chat about how to make a rented house a home, Medina's work on challenging the stigma or renting, and the importance of just trying things and being willing to fail.
Diversity in travel, intersectional feminism, and how to find your purpose in life.
Eulanda Osagiede is a travel influencer at Hey Dip Your Toes In! She shares her story about how she found her purpose in life, why we need diversity in travel industry, and what intersectional feminism is. Listen on The Good Life Unravelled podcast now.
Diversity in travel, intersectional feminism, and finding your purpose
In this episode of The Good Life Unravelled podcast we chat to Eulanda Osagiede about her journey in finding her purpose, the need for diversity in the travel industry, and what exactly is intersectional feminism.
What is body neutrality? And why we shouldn't be talking about our bodies
The Good Life Unravelled podcast - a discussion about why we need to practice body neutrality if we are thin, or thin-passing women. To add solidarity to the body positivity movement it might be better to not be adding our issues or learned biases to the conversation. Plus, the 7 circumstances that led to this realisation that I no longer want to talk about my body.
What is body neutrality? 7 reasons why I am no longer talking about my body
In today’s podcast episode of The Good Life Unravelled, I discuss the 7 moments that led me to realise that I should not, and would not, be talking about my body either in public or in real life to family and friends.
Joy of Greenery: How plants and gardening improve our mental health
In this episode of The Good Life Unravelled podcast we talk to Alice Vincent, author and avid gardener. We chat about the resurgence in interest in gardening as our generation realises we’ve lost touch with nature. Studies show gardening is linked to mental wellbeing. It’s hard to engage with something if you don’t have an emotional connection to it. So get outside and take notice of plants and see what interests you.