In this episode I talk to marketing consultant Krishna Everson about being adopted as a very young girl. About the age of 15 she got to know who her biological mother and her siblings were. Krishna also tells the story about the day she needed to get a passport and found out her original name when visiting New Zeeland, and also how she got into roller skating and roller derby. RATE AND REVIEW ON ITUNES DIRECT LINK TO TODAYS' SHOW NOTES
In this episode, I talk to Bill Lee Emery about moving as a young child to the UK with his mum. Why he later decided moving to Australia, having knots in his stomach working in the computer industry and now helping heart-based entrepreneurs finding their true potential. Bill Lee Emery will be talking about: Being a mBit Coach The importance of connecting with all the 3 brains in our body Coaching heart entrepreneurs Gratitude and self-care Finding your true potential
In this episode, I talk to Kinesiologist and psychic Marguerite. Her driving motive in her healing is to help people transcend from past trauma and abuse and take their power back and find freedom and joy again.
In this episode, I talk to Reyna Enriquez, a 21-year-old lesbian, who is a natural-born American living in Manila. She shares her story of how it was moving from California to the Philippines at the age of 6, being gay in one of the world's most religious countries in the world, how she has been dealing with bullying and discrimination and how to move on.
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In this episode, I talk to Shelagh Brennand from Bradford, England. She shares why she wanted to become a police officer at an early age, how she met her husband and later emigrating to Australia, where Shelagh became a private investigator. She also shares with us the day when everything changed for her and her family, the day she got a stroke, what happened next, and the long way back to recovery and writing a poetry book about her experience.
In this episode, I talk to Cathy Fitzgerald who grew up with 5 brothers in Ipswich, QLD. As a young girl she did a lot of sports and exercise is something that is still a big part of her life which she uses on a daily basis for self-care. Cathy also talks about how marrying her best friend was probably not the best thing she could have done, how she later separated, the loss of her father and mother and meeting her partner Carlos. Today Cathy lives with Carlos in a converted shed on a big acreage with a lot of rain forest in the Noosa hinterlands. They have just finished building a sustainable wooden cottage "La Cabana” (the Cabin)in the valley, which they rent out to people who want to escape the stress and experience true serenity without WiFi and electricity but the calming sounds of the rainforest, open fire, sometimes pure silence and a running creek.
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In this episode, I'll talk to Carlos Sanchez, a Spanish - Aussie who grew up in Cadiz southern Spain, with 1 sister and 2 brothers. Although he had a passion for art and drawing, he later studied medicine, which led him to work as a doctor in the UK. He later took a break to travel around Africa and at the end of his journey he came to Australia, a place he totally fell in love with and now calls home. Carlos also talks about why he bought 50 acres in the Noosa hinterlands, living in a shed and meeting his now partner Cathy Fitzgerald (see podcast interview #10). He also talks about why he loves what he is doing now, working as an integrative doctor at Ibuki Health & Wellness in Noosa, how it feels like surfing with dolphins and why he and Cathy built “The Arty Rainforest Cabin Eumundi” to rent out to people who need to wind down.
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In this episode, I talk to Jo Pennell about growing up in a small town west of Brisbane, Australia. Leave home at 17 years, working as a nurse at an early age with a lot of shift work and unhealthy living, unexpectedly losing her sister, using Yoga as healing and confidence booster, a choice of not having children, losing her mum through cancer and her longing and desire of focus more on her life path, building her yoga studio and going to Machu Picchu, Peru.
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In this episode we?ll meet Anne Gibson, who in 2004 was diagnosed with cervical cancer.? Having taken perfect health for granted for a long time, it was a wake-up call that changed her paradigm on everything. With a young family and a determination to regain her health, it was a time to reflect on the choices she had been making about where her food came from, her families lifestyle, home environment and products they were using. In this interview, Anne talks about the past, how she grew up helping her grandparents, how she dealt with being diagnosed with cervical cancer to how she started The Micro Gardener to help others grow their own food to recharge their health and lifestyle.
In this episode we?ll meet Canadian-born Kate Graham, who grew up with 5 sisters. Growing up Kate always was into some sort of sport and got into gymnastics but came to really dislike how they treated gymnastics. At the age of 12 she left and volunteered to become a coach instead and continued to do so in different areas of sports. At a later stage in her life she became a personal trainer and a yoga teacher. She also will share with us how her sister who late died set Kate up with a blind date with her now husband, the miracle of having her daughter, moving to Australia away from her family, to how to make The Sexy Mayan smoothie, to how to deal with people farting in her Yoga classes.
Last year Julie and her daughters' world turned upside down when one day her husband walked away from their house and never came back. They later found out he had had committed suicide but never knew why. This interview is about how Julie has dealt with the loss of her husband. It will also take you back to when Julie just turned 40 and became an Australian Bush Essence Practitioner. How she saw orange balls in her bathroom one day vacuuming, and thought she had cancer, when she started to see and communicate with angels and become a healer, found out why her husband committed suicide by communicating with him after he had passed away, and later got concrete proof confirming it, and at the end, a holiday of healing with her girls in Hawaii where she meets Pale - the Hawaiian Goddess. Make sure you listen to the very end and have tissues close to you. You might need it.
In this episode, I have interviewed Toby Robinson, an Australian musician, and songwriter. Although he now is touring and doing something he totally loves, the road has been very long and it took him many years until he realised he had to one day walk away from his job and start doing what he was meant to do. Following his life path. In this episode, Toby tells us how it was to grow up in Kyneton, country Victoria with his brothers. To experience the Ash Wednesday Bushfires and be woken up one hot summer night by his mum to see everything around them being on fire. Moving to Queensland where the rain is warm, the loss of his mother, drugs and alcohol challenges, traveling to Europe to learn the banjo and meeting Carmen the flamenco dancer, to talking about his latest self-titled album Toby Robinson. Make sure you listen to the end, where Toby will play his newly released single Hold Me Close (recorded in my kitchen)
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In this episode, I chat with Assisi Chant, editor, word whisperer and gratitude master. For a couple of years now Assisi, her husband, and their two kids have been living in a tiny cottage whilst building a house. In this interview, Assisi will share the challenges she faces having almost no space to herself and how she still manages to kick goals despite this. Assisi talks about how, with a few small mindset changes, she has not only managed to greatly increase her income earning potential, she has also started to attract the authors and clients that resonate with her on all levels. All by manifesting, decluttering her house and life of unwanted energies, and by constantly remaining grateful for the everyday things in her life. Make sure you stick around to the end where she gives you her #1 best self-care advice. Today Assisi is busy writing and editing for Conscious Entrepreneurs in many of the helping professions and looks forward to a long career of helping present these kinds of positive messages to the world.
In this episode, I'll talk to Geoff Mc Donald, a former architect who now designs and builds ideas. Last year his world turned upside down when he formed a partnership with another businessman who turned out not being very trustworthy. Eventually, Geoff went broke and his frustration and anger turned into depression. This interview is all about that. What do you so when something goes wrong? Do you blame someone else or are you accountable for what happens in life? How do you deal with depression? How do you take your first step towards the light again? Geoff shares his tips and tricks of how he got his groove back through walking, meditation, reading and creating his own healthy habit to success and happiness. Make sure you listen to the end, where Geoff shares a very valuable gold nugget. Today Geoff's current project is creating the world's best manifesto collection and writing the bible for how to create a manifesto for business.
In this episode, I'll talk to Jenny Thor, a Swede who lives in Australia. I first met Jenny at a Swedish Christmas market in Brisbane, Australia where I used to sell my Scandinavian inspired wooden Christmas decorations. Jenny had her table next to me selling her origami and crochet creation from the word hello we were friends and couldn't stop laughing. I remember from the first meeting that I thought that there is no one happier and positive person than Jenny. She was also the first person I interviewed for this podcast. Here Jenny shares with me how growing up with eczema, asthma, and very bad allergies, so bad she went to the hospital many times in anaphylactic shock. She was pretty much allergic to everything and very dependent on the help from her parents even when she got older until one day she decided to move to London.
I also talk to Ulrika Eriksson, a Swedish journalist living and working in Australia. As a photographer, I have worked with Ulrika on different assignments for Scandinavian magazines. These jobs have enabled us to travel and cover editorial stories all over Australia, from Canberra, Sydney to Queensland and the tip of Tiwi Island in the Northern Territory. This interview is all about what happens when you one day decide to leave your partner and the challenges you can face moving to another country where you know no one. How do you get to know new people? What if your place is so small you get claustrophobic? What do you do if you feel lonely and all you do is crying every night? Does it get better?
Everyday Light Warriors In this week's episode, I will talk a little bit about who I am, what an Everyday Light Warrior is, why I call the show Every Day Light Warriors, why I started, what to expect from the show, and how by listening to the show, it can add value to your life.
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