In this week’s episode, I interview mindset coach and host of the Perfectionism Project, Sam Laura Brown all about the downfalls of perfectionism and how you can start breaking free from its vicious cycle. Listen to this episode if you’re a perfectionist, think you might be, or know someone who is, so you can begin recognizing destructive patterns and behaviors in your life.
Like it or not, money is a huge part of your life. It’s the source of a lot of joy while also being one of the top reasons people get divorced. If you’re like me, you walked into your adult life with a lot of debt, minimal income, and no clue how to handle it. Listen to my interview with my CPA, Roderick Robeson, for practical advice on how to manage your money better and start getting out of debt.
Listen to this episode to hear Liv’s case for ditching resolutions and adopting intentions. We’ll also get into how to build sustainable self-worth and why moving from external validation to internal permission is crucial for Millennials and future generations.
Half the world has a menstrual cycle, yet this topic feels more like a shameful secret than a healthy body process. I speak with Holistic Health Expert, Diana Lane, about how that stigma started, why it’s detrimental to everyone (not just people with cycles), and how de-stigmatizing and connecting with this cycle fosters self-awareness and self-love.
Liv interviews Michael Thompson about the effect our thought patterns have and how we can change our brains. Listen to this episode to learn how your thoughts truly do create your reality and that the power to change is truly yours.
If you’re super goal-oriented, it can be hard to see the trees when the forest is so immense. You’re always so focused on the big picture, the little things get tossed to the wayside. When you discount the victories along the way, you make it almost impossible to celebrate the big wins! In this episode, Liv explains why celebrating the small victories along the way is an integral part of living your most authentic, joy-filled life.