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Well and Weird

A podcast about creating healthier relationships with food, health, beauty & your body. My guests and I talk about healing these parts of ourselves through eating disorder recovery, Intuitive Eating, body acceptance, spirituality and weird self care practices. Some of the episode chatter includes: -Intuitive Eating, Body Acceptance, Health at Every Size, Anti-dieting, sexuality, fat positivity, diet culture and feminism -Eating disorder, disordered eating and body image recovery -Journaling, meditation, tarot, yoga, natural movement, Chinese medicine and other weird healing modalities
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Oct 11, 2017

Founders Cary and Kyle of New Minimalism are on the podcast this week sharing their talents for decluttering, re-inventing spaces and helping clients minimize distractions to emphasize the most important parts of their lives.This episode shines a light on how you can start slowing down right where you're at in your own home. We also dive into the psychological effects of minimalism and how those effects overlap with the psychological effects of stepping out of the diet mentality. 

I love the intuitive & curious approach Cary and Kyle both bring to this conversation, and hope this opens up space for you to start decluttering your own spaces so that you can focus on doing the things you care about & continue navigating what health & wellness mean for YOU.

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