We all have bad days, days when we doubt ourselves, our purpose and our worth. After reading a blog post by Laiela describing such a day, after which making the statement, ‘I reminded myself that I have a shield that protects me from such darts… did I leave it behind somewhere?’, I knew I had…

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Life can often feel like one long train ride. Over the mountain tops and through the valleys we go, sometimes off course and then back again but in the end in each season of life we live and we learn and we come out better. Mordecai urges Esther in Esther 4: 13 – 14 “……

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Today we chat to Tarryn Graham, a successful physio, mum of 2, wife and woman of God. Taryn wrote earlier this year “I’m an over-achiever, capable, busy, many balls in the air type of person. But this year I learnt that THAT is not sustainable.” Today we chat to Tarryn about burn out. What it…

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Boundary setting is hard. Fullstop. Whether you a people pleaser, work-o-holic or socialite – we all faced with the need to set boundaries, all the time. This holiday found me wrestling with the topic of boundaries and how I could personally be more convicted in my YESES and thus find it easier to say NO.…

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Are we raising resilient kids or are we their resilience? This question hit me like a ton of bricks as I had a conversation with my daughter today around tough emotions. It’s so much easier as parents, and well anyone really, to numb our emotions, to criticise emotional outbursts or to control in an attempt…

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I recently watched a short film on Debbie Ivins’ story and it had me sobbing. I always thought that we cling to hope as we believe that eventually things will work out the way we want them to. Debbie’s story is one of turning pain into purpose. Of hoping despite no earthly answers to her…

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At this time of year there is often a sudden drive to get in shape just in time for summer. Panic hits and many of us women turn to fad diets or crazy workouts, in attempt to look a certain way for summer. Today we chat to Physio, body coach & Supersport trainer, Christy-Ann, about…

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When it comes to speaking about death, often we’d just rather not. Or we pretty up the conversation with hilarious euphemisms like “when she’s popping daisies”. Today we chat to Claire and Sinal, the founders of POP Law. Their story & brand have impacted my life and their fabulous honesty brought me to tears in…

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Today we chat to Sharmon, a mum, a registered councillor and the founder of Mum Well. During her own journey into motherhood, Sharmon came to realise how important maternal support would be, and just how difficult it was to find. Today on The UnPodcast, she shares her experience of a traumatic pregnancy and how she,…

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