February 26, 2018
If you're having a low moment, listen to this podcast! In it, I "heartstorm" with Jingo Lewis, the creator of the super natural and yummy Neitra skincare line. We talk about how our culture leads us astray in our pursuit of looking good and the incredibly simple ways to reconnect to our natural beauty, starting with our skin and moving to every aspect of our being. In full honesty, I started this conversation in a bit of a funk and Jingo's spirit lifted me right up. I know it will for you too!
To learn more about Jingo and order the wonderful products from Neitra, visit their website: https://neitrabb.com
Remember, if you use the code "gracy," you will receive 20% off your order! (Make sure to get a natural Deo - they are really good!)
February 15, 2018
Just like anything, accessing the intuition is an essential part of self-care. However, in this right-brained moment of technology and logic, how do we learn to listen in? Damla Aktekin is a healer who helps people learn to do exactly this and as a result, find a different kind of harmony in their lives. In our conversation, we speak about crystals, chakras, and yoga and how they can be of practical benefit to all of us. Also, we dive into the hardships and gifts of motherhood, and how to source the deeper energy necessary to parent mindfully.
To learn more about Damla's work, please visit:
December 4, 2017
Rebecca had been dabbling in self-care for a while before joining Self Care 101. Working on her self-care habits in a more concentrated way not only helped her feel healthier in her body, but also opened the door to a whole new level of authenticity in her work and relationships.
Listen to our conversation and learn how Rebecca used her daily habits to get honest about her deeper needs and desires. Be inspired to discover your own truth and use self-care to start sharing it with the world!
November 20, 2017
Arielle, who was in my pilot group for Self Care 101, was one of the first ladies who showed me the incredible connection between self-care and self-love.
Listen to the journey of this yoga teacher and working mother and learn her gentle + curious approach to caring for herself and her family. I was buzzing from inspiration after we finished our conversation!
This is part of the ongoing series on self-love and self-care I’m hosting this fall. Listen and learn how to use self-care to stop looking everywhere for love (because you’ve finally found it in yourself).
November 13, 2017
Years ago, my good friend Erin B. signed up for Self Care 101 to help her achieve a very big life dream. Years later she made it a reality (yay!), although the path to her goal had way more ups and downs than she could even imagine. Learn more about her dream, how she made it happen in the midst of big life challenges and the self-care skills that helped her along the way.
November 7, 2017
When I first created my self-care programs, I was still operating from perfectionism and thus suffering inside. Then my clients taught me the real definition of self-care: self-love.
In this podcast, I explain how my clients breakthroughs changed my perspective on real self-care. Plus, I reveal the upcoming fall series of self-love podcasts with interviews from those very clients!
August 10, 2017
Sure, we can read our daily horoscopes in the newspaper, but how else can astrology help us in our self-care? In this conversation with astrologist and artist James Moran, he explains how learning astrology helped him find his real purpose. Now he uses that purpose to help his clients gain the self-awareness they need to break through stuck patterns.
We chat about our how the bigness of the stars relates to our daily lives, the importance of our Saturn returning (watch out those around 28 years old!), and how to finally answer the question: why does this keep happening to me?
To learn more about James's work, check out at his website <www.jamesmoran.com
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July 21, 2017
So many of us out there are struggling under the weight of caregiving for children, parents or both children and parents (hello sandwich generation!). In this conversation with Certified Caregiving Consultant Elizabeth Miller, we delve into why caregiving is so hard and how utilizing self-care can help even the most over-extended caregiver find real relief.
Elizabeth and I both share our real life experiences of caring for sick and dying parents, and the ways we worked through our exhaustion, social isolation and the feelings of selfishness that arise when caregiving feels like too much. We talk about how to let yourself be an imperfect caregiver, the new habits caregivers must adopt and the ways to find support from others who know what you've been through.
Enjoy and share this important conversation so we can all learn how to use self-care to more effectively show up for each other during the inevitable hard moments of life.
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Also, for information on how to find (or start) a Daughterhood Circle near you, please visit
July 7, 2017
It's been such a fascinating process for me to explore the birth world! I've learned the difference between midwives, birth assistants and doulas and each of their special roles in helping with labor. Now, in this conversation with Salt Lake City-based doula and music therapist Beth Hardy, I learned the value of a music-based doula to help us create our optimal birth experience.
Listen in and hear how Beth uses her unique talents to create specialized birthing soundtracks, why a personalized song can do wonders for infant bonding and what music helped her through her own challenging yet beautiful birth.
Not pregnant or interested in birth? We talk about how much music can help hold us through any big life transition and why important for all of us to use the awesome power of music to help us change.