EP034: Ann Sheybani on the delights of an empty nest, the importance of risk and the inevitability of suffering
Life has many seasons, and this week’s guest is ROCKIN’ her current season in life and loving her empty nest. Ann Sheybani is revelling in the time she now has to live life entirely on her terms, engrossed in what thrills her and setting off on countless...read more
It's a new year with its fresh-scented promise of great things to come. Whatever your ambitions this year, my wish for us all is kindness, gentleness, success, heaps of fun and wickedly delightful adventure. In today's episode I'm doing something scary:...read more
Dr Stephania Sciamano is a healer, a naturopathic doctor, a shaman, a mother and one hell of a perspicacious woman who talks straight about our relationship with money, wealth and receiving being a direct result of how we care for and think of ourselves....read more
Today's guest is a wonderful pixie-souled adventurer whose everyday courage inspires me to step off the beaten track. Patricia Agnew is a mama and a grandmother whose love of life is contagious. Any woman who says that her RV is her soulmate is a woman I...read more
EP030: On transitions with kids, the true meaning of sisterhood and why connection is life force (solo episode)
In today's episode, I'm recording in my new digs... but with really bad soundproofing (thus the cushion)! With an update on what's been going on at MamaFuel HQ. There's been a lot of change in our neck of the woods, and I've been watching how the stories...read more
Elena Lipson was my first ever self-love mentor. In fact, she is THE Divine Self-Care Mentor, and I credit her and my previous guest Leslie Potter, my amazing parenting coach, with helping me out of “martyr mama mode" and into grace and spaciousness. I've...read more
Heather Dawson is a warrior goddess whose warmth, kindness and optimism always light up even the darkest of situations. Good thing, too, because life's thrown her some doozies... When we were finishing university in the early 1990s, Heather lost...read more
We have four nationalities in our immediate family, and it often makes for interesting conversations when people ask "where are you from" because we were all born in different countries. Today's guest has four nationalities wrapped up in her...read more
You know how sometimes you meet someone and they just zoom into your heart? That's what happened the day I met Anna Saucier with her sweet baby girl strapped to her chest. The two of them were an oasis of deliciousness in a sea of friendly but...read more
Laura Powner is a powerhouse. Early in her adult life she ticked all the boxes of "success" as it's set out for so many of us. But it's her journey to becoming the woman she is today -- a woman who now listens to her body, her soul and her longings and...read more
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