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Everyday Light Warriors

Welcome to The Everyday Light Warriors Podcast. This is a place where personal stories of spectacular people from all walks of life are shared. We unveil their, sometimes, emotional past, the challenges they have faced, and highlight the present victories and journeys of self-love, gratitude, and life purpose. My name is Yenny Stromgren and your host. I started to interview people in 2015, when I was down and needed an energy boost, so you could say this is kind of a selfish podcast. The people I met up with were people that some of them had gone through an emotional past but just had that drive in them that no matter what happened in life they walked forward and strived through self-love and gratitude for everyday either working on their life purpose or trying to find their life path, their missing link. I started to focus interviewing them about their challenges, but as the show has moved on we now talk about the past, present and move on to focus on the future and what they have learned from the past. In this show you will meet people from all walks of life such as musicians, healers, entrepreneurs, politicians, bloggers, artists, teachers, life-coaches, comedians and so much more. We will dwell into topics about depression, anorexia, drug use, grief, suicide, men’s mental health, stage fright, lost love, to living in tiny houses, sustainable living and the most important topic; finding your happiness. My biggest desire though is to share all these people’s stories, regardless of who they are or what they believe in, it will inspire you and super charge your life.
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Apr 24, 2017

Creator and author of Lighthouse Revolution, Karen Gunton talks about how she met her husband, moving from Canada to Australia, that “sliding door” moment and the importance of always push yourself to grow.

Karen Gunton talks about:

Growing up in Canada
Studying science at University and later became a Science teacher which she really loved doing
How she met her husband at science camp one summer
Moving to Adelaide, Australia from Canada
How she started Build A Little Biz
The making of her book Light House Revolution
The importance of always pushing yourself to grow
Journaling
Inner self tools
Self-care and gratitude

Karen’s Self-Care Hacks:
Giving herself permission to do it her way.
Having a hot shower is the same for her as meditate.

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Apr 21, 2017

 Yenny talks about:

  • When she was 8 years old and got a camera given to her.
  • How she finally could express herself and “paint” with the camera.
  • Being into sports and theater as a child and teenager, but finally was thriving when she got into a photo course at Kulturama - Stockholm, Sweden 
  • Moving to Australia studying photography
  • The passion of connect and serve people with photography but also later with podcasting
  • Self-care and gratitude

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Apr 17, 2017

Damien Diecke, head dating coach and founder of School Of Attraction, shares his story of being a sports nerd at school, suffering from generalised anxiety disorder, and why he feels so passionate about helping men connect better with women.

Damien talks about:

  • His first childhood memory going to a fair at a park in Sydney, and being a very happy child
  • Being a sporting nerd at school
  • Getting his first girlfriend at a party when he was about 15 years old Developing
  • His first childhood memory going to a fair at a park in Sydney, and being a very happy child
  • Being a sporting nerd at school
  • How to approach women the best way
  • Being passively aggressive nice to women.
  • Shame around sex and a lot of men struggling with certain sexual desires
  • Using dating apps and how to start conversations online Becoming a dating coach and the founder
  • Becoming a dating coach and the founder of School Of Attraction

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Apr 14, 2017

Yenny talks about:

  • Separation The day I decided to leave my marriage Dealing with guilt,
  • The day I decided to leave my marriage
  • Dealing with guilt,
  • The importance to have close friends to talk to
  • How sleep can heal
  • Dealing with guilt, anger and resentment
  • Self-care and Gratitude
  1. SLEEP. They say sleep heals and that was really true in my case. Sometimes I slept for 14 hours.
  2. TALK TO CLOSE FRIENDS YOU CAN TRUST.
  3. TALK TO A PROFESSIONAL THERAPIST OR A PHYCOLOGIST. Friends are good but sometimes it is good to go to a professional who you don’t know and you feel safe to talk about anything you want.
  4. EXERCISE. To get air to your brain and through your system helps. It is also great to get out of your place and get your pulse up and see other things. I went for walks on the beach a lot and listened to up beat pop music. It made me smile.
  5. WATCH SOMETHING EVERYDAY THAT MAKE YOU SMILE AND APPRECIATE LIFE. I had a rule to watch at least one video a day from Ellen DeGeneres’s tv-show. It made my day and made me realise that people are in my situation or have gone through worse situations and still find the strength to move on and laugh.
  6. PRACTISE GRATITUDE AND WRITE A GRATITUDE JOURNAL. At the end of the day, just write 3 things you are grateful for that day and do it at least 28 days.
  7. WATCH LESS NEWS. With I don’t mean that everyone should stop watching the news. I do watch news occasionally and keep myself updated.
  8. PRACTISE GRATITUDE AND WRITE A GRATITUDE JOURNAL. At the end of the day, just write 3 things you are grateful for that day and do it at least 28 days.

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Apr 10, 2017

“I have got 80 minutes of commuting time. Drawing is something that has been with me forever and this little slot of time is perfect for squeezing something that makes me happy. That is how “Doodles In Transit” drawings started.” - Jamie Flunder

Jamie Flunder talks about:

  • The time Jamie’s dad was fighting a Dugite snake in WA 
  • Vivid memories of the love of drawing as a child and his mom painting portraits Studying graphic design and photography
  • The funny story of how he picked his wife up at a dinner party
  • Jamie’s dad passing away with lung cancer
  • How Jamie coped with the death of his dad
  • Commuting to work and how and utilise the time you have to do something productive
  • The creation of  “Doodles In Transit” 
  • Evolve Skateboards

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Apr 7, 2017

Yenny talks about:

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Apr 4, 2017

Ash Manuel is the founder and CEO Growing With Gratitude.

The Growing With Attitude Program aims to help teachers, students and families easily develop the habits of gratitude, kindness and mindfulness that have been identified as the stepping stones to greater happiness and success.

“When you practice gratitude on a regular basis, your thinking speeds up and, you can put things in a different perspective to overcome diversities.” - Ash Manuel

Ash Manuel talks about:

Wanting to become a professional AFL football player when he was a child

Studying marketing in College

Working as a PE teacher for 11 years, The expression “living on your terms” and how he got into property investing, The positive impact writing a Gratitude Journal everyday,To be grateful for little things in life we usually take for grated, Teaching positive psychology to kids in schools,Positive Habits and Gratitude

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Apr 1, 2017

Yenny talks about:

1. Exercise

…and how important it is to move your body everyday to get your breathing going. I also talk about my favourite sport Land Paddling which has made a huge difference in my life. Here is a link to a FREE E-BOOK about Land Paddling I have created.

2. Eat

You are what you eat they say. I try to do everything in moderation, but the most important is to stick to 3 meals a day but also allow you to eat “naughty” food too:)

3. Sleep

Can’t stress enough how important this is. Sleeping makes you heal your body and soul.

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