#76: Why Raising Rates is Good for Mental Health with Fiona Thomas

Today I’m chatting with Fiona Thomas all about why raising rates is good for our mental health. We touch on what happens when we undercharge, why we undercharge, how to feel confident enough to charge more, and all the wonderful reasons why you (probably) should charge more.

#75: How Highly Sensitive People Can Better Understand Themselves & Thrive in Life & Business with Nicolina Werther

In today’s interview I chat with mindset coach and success strategist Nicolina Werther all about what it means to be highly sensitive vs. introverted vs. an empath, and the benefits and drawbacks of attaching ourselves to those labels. We also talk about shyness, selling and the importance of stretching your comfort zone.

#74: Behind the Scenes Update on Best Ever Months, Being Supported & Upper Limit Problems

In this solo episode I’m sharing some behind the scenes updates, realisations, lessons and mindset shifts (& blocks!) that have been coming up for me over the last few months of some big business growth and shifts. A lot of what I talk about here is about running my business in line with what feels […]

#73: How Social Media Affects Creativity & Confidence with Helen Redfern

Today I’m chatting to Helen Redfern, a self-confessed unconfident writer, who is constantly pushing herself to become braver with her writing and creativity. As you can imagine, we dove right into the topic of creating confidence to share your creative work with the world, and the role social media plays in that (both positive and […]

Episode #72: What It Means to Be A Writer & Why We’ve All Got A Book In Us with Genevieve Parker Hill

Today I have the absolute pleasure of talking to my mastermind sister Genevieve Parker Hill: international bestselling author, speaker, coach and leading expert in the fields of minimalism, intentional living, nomad lifestyle, and creative growth. She’s published five books of her own and now helps people turn their solo podcast episodes into books. We talked […]