Today’s guest is Tamu Thomas, who runs Three Sixty, and we got into a lot of mindset stuff in this interview, specifically the courage it takes to start something new, and what it means to take care of yourself and give yourself the gift of time.
Today’s guest is Tamu Thomas, who runs Three Sixty, a lifestyle brand focusing on wellness and a philosophy of what she calls “everyday joy”. Tamu has her own podcast, she runs retreats, and at the time of recording she was also selling her own clothing, though she has just announced she will be stepping away from that side of the business. We get into a lot of mindset stuff in this interview, specifically the courage it takes to start something new, and what it means to take care of yourself and give yourself the gift of time. I also loved hearing Tamu speak so passionately about why we need to hear more from women in their 40s and beyond. I know you’re going to love this conversation!
The mindset work has literally been the catalyst for everything
– Tamu Thomas
Some of the things we talked about:
- What Tamu means by everyday joy & wellness
- Burnout and mental health issues leading to a new business
- The difficulty of putting yourself first & giving yourself the gift of time
- Why we need to hear more from women in their 40s and beyond
- Tamu’s thoughts on fast fashion and producing clothing ethically
- Self-care as part of everyday life (and examples of Tamu’s practices)
- The mindset work it takes to start something new and put it out into the world
- Embracing personal development and coaching (after being sceptical)
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I’m really trying to help women understand that giving themselves time – this precious gift of time that we give to others so freely – is an investment that will enable us to give ourselves even more so, in different ways, by choice, not through guilt or martyrdom.
– Tamu Thomas
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