Episode 80- How can we make the world a better place a little more everyday? There can be a disconnect in what we want for the world, and how we choose to live our lives. In this episode, we speak to everyday activist, mom, and Beauty Counter consultant Annaliese Wells about how we can each make a difference in all the small choices we make on the daily. How can we choose products that reflect our ideology when it comes to our food, beauty brands, health care, cleaning products, intimate relationships and wider community. Hear Annaliese, Amber and Jenna discuss what they do everyday to contribute to a better future for all of us.
Episode 80- Crystals are all the rage right now, but is there really anything deeper to these beautiful rocks? In this episode, we speak to Rachel Crethar, the founder of the Australian crystal company Rock and Co. Rachel schools us about the magical and healing power of crystals. She answers questions such as How can we choose the right crystal? and How can we "program" crystals to amplify positive things in our life? So much wisdom is embedded in these gorgeous natural creations, and there is no better time to harness their inborn power than during the global shift of consciousness which is happening now.
Episode 79- How can we best protect our children within our own home? In this episode, we get into it with Lisa Bronner, granddaughter of Dr. Bronner, about how to clean our homes and face parenthood as safely and effectively as possible. Hear Lisa's personal story about how a mishap compelled her to start using all natural cleaners in her house as a young mom. Lisa also tells Amber and Jenna all her her tips on how to clean our homes naturally, along with some stories about what it is like to work for such a socially forward and ethically clean company as Dr. Bronner's.
Episode 78- How can we win our mental health battle? In this episode, Jennifer Goldman, founder of the balancing beauty brand Essential Rose Life, tells us her personal story about going from being riddled with destructive anxiety and depression to finding health, wholeness and beauty through simple understandings. Jennifer gives us a powerful testimony on the power of mindfulness and conscious self-care practices, along with radical acceptance of our "muchness" and authenticity. Many among us suffer from hidden mental health issues, and we can all learn to be empowered to understand and shift this for good.