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    The Health Connection - Eva's burnout story

    10 JUN. 2024 · In this special edition of the Small Steps to Wellness Show, The Health Connection speaks to Eva Martinsen from Norway about how she realised she was suffering from burnout.  As a mum of young children, she was riddled with inflammation in her shoulders, overwhelm due to her situation and with no idea of how things were going to get better.  But they got better. And in this webinar that we've now made available for you as a podcast, you get to hear what she did.  If any of this resonates with you, simply get in touch with the person who shared this podcast episode with you. 
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    43m 46s
  • #15 Emotional Overdraft with Andy Brown

    4 JUN. 2024 · Andy Brown - an award-winning adviser and coach for people-based businesses - has written a fantastic book called "The Emotional Overdraft". In this episode of The Small Steps to Wellness Show, he sits down with me to discuss how business success and success in life in general is a balancing act, but how we so often forsake one for the other.  Whether you're a business owner or not, this book and the conversation we are having in this episode will no doubt resonate with you, in fact, I would love to hear your thoughts on the topics we discuss after you've listened. Head over to Instagram and @smallstepstowellness and let's continue the conversation there.  If you would like a copy of the book, below are links where you can purchase it.  I would also highly recommend that you fill in the free emotional overdraft self-assessment. Knowledge is power and all that.  - Buy the book in the US - https://www.amazon.com/Emotional-Overdraft-balancing-business-wellbeing/dp/1788605136/ - Buy the book in the UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Emotional-Overdraft-balancing-business-wellbeing/dp/1788605136/ - Or buy the book through an independent bookshop: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/11471/9781788605137 - Complete the free Emotional Overdraft Self-Assessment - https://emotionaloverdraft.com/self-assesment/ - Connect with Andy - https://www.linkedin.com/in/andybrownprofile/ (his main social channel where he produces lots of content) - Follow Emotional Overdraft on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/andybrownauthor/   - Get all the latest Emotional Overdraft articles - https://emotionaloverdraft.com/
    58m 43s
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    #14 What's with all the sugar in our schools?

    16 ABR. 2024 · Nutritional therapist student and mum of 2, Lisa James, sits down and talks to members of the round table, Amy Durston, Debbie Best and me, about the issues we are facing trying to raise our children to make healthy food choices for themselves in a world where they are inundated with sugar, ultraprocessed foods and carb heavy school meals.  A proper good rant, with some suggestions interspersed to inspire you to have a chat with your school about how we can support our children and our schools to make healthier choices, which in effect will positively influence their growing bodies and minds.  Have you spoken to your school about the foods and treats on offer and what we could potentially do to help our children make healthier choices? I'd love to hear from you! 
    1h 4m 59s
  • #13 Why we have to focus on all pillars of health - the round table

    26 MAR. 2024 · The round table is back discussing the power of holistic health and focusing on all the pillars of health.  We need to: Eat well Move well Sleep well Hydrate well Relax well Breathe well You could be having the best diet on the planet, but if your stress levels are sky high, you will still be in a continuous state of fight or flight, which over time leaves your body depleated and sets you up for chronic inflammation.  I've got nutritional therapist Debbie Best and reflexologist Amy Durston with me and we share our thoughts around health, the cumulative effects of lots of small steps over time, and why we keep coming back to the phytonutrient cleanse that has served us all so well the past (nearly) 10 years.  The next cleanse starts 8th April and runs for 10 days.  If you want in, get in touch @smallstepstowellness on Instagram and let's chat! 
    35m 55s
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    #12 A holistic approach to environmental toxicity

    16 FEB. 2024 · In this episode I sit down to talk to Steph Lloyd, Licentiate in Homeopathy, LSCH (Hons) RSHom; a bio-energetic practitioner with Asyra/Qest4 and a coach. We touch upon seasonal sensitivities, her background in homeopathy and how holistic ways of supporting the body, mind and soul can complement western medicine. Homeopathy is a field I know very little about, so this was an enlightening conversation to have. Steph grew up in Switzerland and was lucky to be introduced to homeopathy as a child. She studied homeopathy and natural health for years and loves adding to her knowledge with post graduate training. She is passionate about health and wellbeing and by listening deeply to her patients is able to find the root of the imbalance which may be the cause of physical symptoms. Steph is a certified Coach at the Sue Stone Foundation. She helps her clients find the blockages that may stop them from living their best life. With her gentle and empathetic way she guides clients to recognize any old patterns and gives simple technics to change their life for good. She is intuitive and passionate about helping others. Steph offers comprehensive health consultations as well as environmental sensitivity testing. She also offers personalised tonics to support menopause, weight loss as well as general rebalancing of the body. Steph works from her clinic in Bournemouth as well as online. She is contactable via her website: http://www.stephlloyd.co.uk/ or via email: mailto:reach@stephlloyd.co.uk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smemmi1/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ahigherqualityoflife/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephlloydofficial/
    51m 31s
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    #11 Soul food with Gio Silanesu

    2 FEB. 2024 · In this first episode of 2024 I'm sat down with Gio Silanesu, an Australian, now living in Sardinia, talking about his life experiences and how he has ended up where he is, and why he does the work he does. If you're a regular listener, you will know how much I value coaches and how I think we all can benefit from hiring one. Gio is no exception, and I know that after listening to this episode, you will feel the same way. Gio is a life and leadership mentor, but his clients often refer to him simply as "the sh*t shifter", a title he is quite happy to take on. He has decided to dedicate the rest of his life to the work he does helping his client shift whatever blocks they are experiencing. His three pillars when working with clients are: Love and value yourself first Speak you 100% truth Take 100% responsibility Gio has seen that when a client engages in this work, everything changes in their life. For listeners of this podcast, Gio has decided to offer you all a free 90 minute strategy session with him, and I highly recommend that you take him up on the offer. Book your session here: https://calendly.com/gio-20/90-min-strategy-session-europe PS: In this episode I refer to a couple of books. Below are links should you wish to purchase them. Please note that by buying them through this link, I earn a small affiliate commission. You will also be supporting independent bookshops. Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman https://uk.bookshop.org/p/books/four-thousand-weeks-the-smash-hit-sunday-times-bestseller-that-will-change-your-life-oliver-burkeman/6475932?aid=11471&ean=9781784704001& The History of Bees by Maja Lunde https://uk.bookshop.org/p/books/the-history-of-bees-maja-lunde/1330735?aid=11471&ean=9781471162770& Get in touch with Gio here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/giosilanesu Find me on Instagram: @smallstepstowellness
    1h 39m 20s
  • #10 Motherhood; dealing with thoughts, triggers and trauma

    13 DIC. 2023 · For the last episode before Christmas, I'm sat down with Ria Oliver, a maternal mental health and couples coach, talking about motherhood and how childhood traumas can resurface once we have our own families. Ria helps transform the lives of women struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma or overwhelm, because she believes that helping women to feel emotionally strong, confident and empowered will in turn create happy, healthy families. I couldn't agree more with Ria and I am so excited to be sharing this episode with you. I could have spoken to her for ages and there was so much that came up for me through listening to her. This is one episode you won't want to miss. Contact Ria here: Social media: @maternalwellbeingfoundation Email: https://thematernalwellbeingfoundation.com Website: http://www.thematernalwellbeingfoundation.com/ You can also book a free support call with Ria here: https://calendly.com/maternal-wellbeing-foundation
    1h 16m 10s
  • #9 Could our diet save monkeys?

    11 DIC. 2023 · In this episode, Nutritional Therapist Ben Winthrop and I sit down to talk about the impact our diet and lifestyle can have on the world, especially on New World Monkeys. Ben recently published an ebook about the issues facing the Amazon Rainforest and what we as individuals can do to support the area, and I thought the topic sounded so interesting that I invited him on to the pod to talk to me. The ebook is packed full of information and gorgeous photos, and I'm actually going to get my girls to read it as well, as it's easy to understand, really enlightening, and full of practical tips. If you would like to support the conservation of the Amazon Rainforest, or want to learn more about how our diet could help support New World Monkeys, I highly recommend purchasing the ebook, Sustainable Diets for New World Monkeys. 100% of profits go towards 'Amazon Conservation', a charity dedicated to protecting the rainforest. And to get in touch with Ben, you can head over to Instagram and find him @plantsforprimates Ebook: https://bit.ly/3NfXrsg Info on palm oil: https://rspo.org/ The charity you are supporting by purchasing the ebook: https://www.amazonconservation.org/ The red list of threatened species: https://www.iucnredlist.org/
    40m 27s
  • #8 It's just stress

    6 DIC. 2023 · Stress and burnout are to be taken seriously, but so often we just brush it aside with "it's just stress". Until we completely hit the wall and have no choice but to take time out and regroup. My guest this week is Jen Wilson, a wellness coach who truly knows what it's like to be in the middle of complete burnout. In this inspiring episode, she shares her story and how she's using her trauma to now help other women who find themselves under chronic stress. It is not a situation that we just have to tolerate! If you would like Jen's coaching and guidance, you can find her here: https://www.instagram.com/jenwilson_wellness/ https://jenwilsonwellness.co.uk/ As always, you can find me on Instagram @smallstepstowellness I loved chatting to Jen, and I think there is so much wisdom you can take from this episode.
    1h 9m 51s
  • #7 Can we take the stress out of Christmas?

    6 DIC. 2023 · Viki Garbett and I sit down and talk Christmas. How can we take the stress out of it, how can we maintain good habits and perhaps keep some sort of balance over Christmas? I also hear how Viki has started a new tradition with her girls. Every Thursday after school they cook together. This has really inspired me to get more inclusive in the kitchen and pass on some of my knowledge to my kids. This episode is full of tips from Viki and hope you will find it as inspiring as I did. Here are Viki's blogs on navigating Christmas: https://www.twiddlefood.co.uk/blog/navigating-the-festive-feasts-without-the-guilt/ https://www.twiddlefood.co.uk/blog/how-to-easily-reduce-the-festive-overwhelm/ You can find Viki on Instagram @twiddlefood And you can find me @smallstepstowellness Happy Christmas!
    51m 12s
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    The Health Connection - Eva's burnout story

    10 JUN. 2024 · In this special edition of the Small Steps to Wellness Show, The Health Connection speaks to Eva Martinsen from Norway about how she realised she was suffering from burnout.  As a mum of young children, she was riddled with inflammation in her shoulders, overwhelm due to her situation and with no idea of how things were going to get better.  But they got better. And in this webinar that we've now made available for you as a podcast, you get to hear what she did.  If any of this resonates with you, simply get in touch with the person who shared this podcast episode with you. 
    Reproducir
    43m 46s

This is The Small Steps To Wellness Show, a podcast where we discuss how we can achieve more wellness in our lives, one small step at a time. For the...

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This is The Small Steps To Wellness Show, a podcast where we discuss how we can achieve more wellness in our lives, one small step at a time.

For the past 6 odd years I have taken a special interest in nutrition and have turned the diet of my family on its head. But as I’ve dived deeper into the world of nutrition, I have learnt that health is so much more than just what we put on our plate.

This is why, on this podcast we will be talking nutrition, mental health, being in alignment, holistic health care, self care, raising children and more. We will also be hearing stories of women’s journeys to overcome trauma and what it has taught them on the way. When we share our stories, we realise we are not alone and that things can change for the better.

I’m so glad to have you with me on this journey as I explore what health and wellness truly encompasses.
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