This was an eye opening episode for myself. I am generally on the quieter end of the spectrum and whilst I do well one on one, I tend to retreat to my shell in a group setting but as a business owner and leader I've had to push myself to step out of my comfort zone. In this interview, Carlii and Dr Newton explore the definition of authentic gravitas and the ways leading executives and entrepreneurs can be noticed, respected and listened to. This one is a powerful one whether you're navigating the work place, an entrepreneur or leader.
This was such a beautiful episode to listen to where Jules Blaine Davis – a self-described “kitchen healer”. Her work, explores our relationships with our kitchen and how we can transform them into places of healing and nourishment. This conversation really resonated with me as so much of Chinese culture revolves around food. It is the love language of Asian families and our kitchen and dining areas are the heart of our home where the children gravitate to, In this conversation, Jules talks to Liz about the stories about motherhood we’ve inherited from our ancestors and what it means to truly nourish new mothers, who often don't prioritise themselves.
This deck of cards is to provide you with daily affirmations that will remind you of your power, strength and beauty. You can use the journal prompt on the back of each card to reflect on your labour, delivery and postpartum journey. Journaling has many benefits, including increased clarity, reduced anxiety and spend a moment with your emotions and thoughts. The early postpartum days can be such a haze and journaling allows one to go back and recount those often hard but precious moments and see how far you've come.