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048 Notice the gentle nudges of your true self | Kyle Davies

Our emotion tends to get blocked up without us being aware of it
— Kyle Davies

Need a new perspective and understanding of stress and emotions? Kyle Davies, a psychologist, coach and author specialising in chronic health challenges delivers this and more. We explore the role of emotion on health and wellbeing and do a deep dive on why change is needed from the inside out.  Kyle’s message is one of empowerment and taking responsibility to create awareness of the integrated nature of the mind and body.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Kyle

We spoke about  

  • Kyle’s own journey with anxiety and depression
  • The dramatic increase in chronic health challenges
  • Defining stress and emotion in a new way
  • Impact of “invisible” stress on the mind and body
  • The role of emotion on health and wellbeing
  • Change is needed from the inside out
  • Feelings don’t need to be solved
  • Kyle’s book ‘The Intelligent Body’ 

Value Quotes 

“If a person goes through a transformation, during the period they are transforming there is a period of chaos. Which is a sort of breaking down of the old and a building up of the new”

“Medicine fails to take in the wider environment and looks at mind and body as being separate and it looks at the body in separate bits and your body is looked at as a machine”

“If we try to manage symptoms the body will tend to either perpetuate those symptoms and amplify those symptoms or send a different set of symptoms”

“Our emotion tends to get blocked up without us being aware of it”

“Our bodies and our mind are a self-correcting and self-healing system”

“When the body is in a perpetual state of stress there’s a battle going on internally to try to reset to our default setting”

“My body is the vehicle through which I experience life… my body lets me know through the symptom of pain…to get our attention”

“The flow of intelligence happens throughout the body… brain, heart and gut”

“We live in a culture where I think we are increasingly disempowered which is just not useful for us”

“When we grow up we tend to deviate from our true self in order to fit in, to get by, to be liked, to do the right thing all because of trauma”

“Taking time to listen to the gentle nudges of your true self that show up as symptoms in the body” 

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Episode Links

You can find Kyle Davies at:

Website: http://kyledavies.net/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KyleDaviesEFC/

Find out more about Kyle’s book ‘The Intelligent Body’ at Amazon or Barnes and Noble

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047 Choose to create the life you want | Heidi Crockett

Having a good functioning brain, a clear mind and good relationships are important to have good mental health and to reduce stress
— Heidi Crockett -

Heidi's own grief and care giver stress propelled her into studying further and she now uses a lens of Relational Neuroscience in her work. Heidi describes this as connecting brain to brain and integration being the quality of that connection. She shares her passion of how these principles can help people to cope and thrive in their lives. We explore the nature of stress from a more scientific perspective in layman’s terms yet with incredible practical application to letting go of stress in our lives and choosing to create the life you want.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Heidi Crockett

We spoke about 

  • Turning her own grief and stress around
  • The super computer and stress response in the body
  • Becoming aware of our own stress triggers
  • Tools and resources to calm us down
  • Why it’s important to be in balance in the wellness triangle
  • How we can use choice to let go of stress
  • Heidi’s books on optimal mental health and relationship health
  • Creating the life you want 

Value Quotes 

“Relational Neuroscience helped me understand the grief and stress that I was experiencing at that time and helped me overcome my grief”

“Emotional intelligence is really about learning how to recognise when you have that stress response, when you’re having a really strong emotion… and learning how to calm that down through self-regulation”

“If we can train ourselves to become aware of our bodies, we can catch these subtle signs and change before our stress response goes super out of control”

“Over time something that’s not really that stressful can build… it’s not that something happens one time it’s usually the 86th time that it happens that people just blow up and goes out of control”

“Meditation strengthens 8 of the 9 functions of the pre-frontal cortex”

“Cultivate securely attached relationships. That improves all 9 functions of the pre-frontal cortex”

“Having a good functioning brain, a clear mind and good relationships are important to have good mental health and to reduce stress”

“If you meditate every day it is amazing with the neuroplasticity and neurogenesis, it rewires your brain. It will change your experience of reality”  

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Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now! 

Episode Links 

You can find Heidi Crockett at:

Website:  http://www.greenlightheidi.com for mental health

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046 Learn to not be STUCK on the stumbles | Bryan Falchuk

Do we allow ourselves to be reactionary and just respond to the choices that others are making or are we taking a moment to pause, breathe and look at a situation and decide what is the wisest thing we can do
— Bryan Falchuk -

What a joy to speak to Bryan Falchuk; executive, coach and author of Do a Day, who has taken his hard-won philosophy of life and turned it into a way of being. We explore how the mind and the power of choice can be used for good in our desire to let go of stress. His vulnerable sharing of his turning point to find his true motivation will have you feeling it truly is worth the level of introspection to change your own life for good.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Bryan Falchuk

We spoke about 

  • Emotional distress as a child
  • Early indicators of the impacts of stress
  • Changing how we view stress
  • The choices that we make within ourselves
  • What it means to be intelligent rational beings
  • Moving from rumination to a solution
  • Learn not to be stuck on the stumbles
  • Tools for staying on path
  • Bryan’s book Do a Day
  • Finding your true motivation
  • Your purpose pointed in a direction 

Value Quotes 

“It’s not all bad. I certainly gained a number of points of independence through that stress. I grew, I rely on myself really well. I’ve always been able to rely on myself to take care of myself”

“I do feel like if you really look at someone I think you can see that there’s hurt there and you can see that there is stress.  It’s ok to open up about that and be vulnerable”

“The way that we feel about things is our own choice”

“Do we take the stress as a signal to us that hang on maybe something is not right?”

“Exercise is a positive stress on your body, you grow from stressing your muscles”

“Most people don’t take the time to get really introspective and learn about themselves in a challenging way”

“Do we allow ourselves to be reactionary and just respond to the choices that others are making or are we taking a moment to pause, breathe and look at a situation and decide what is the wisest thing we can do”

“Instead of taking a tough situation and reframing it we stew on it and we let the negativity of it expand through rumination”

“Instead of beating yourself up for what’s already happened or living in fear of what is to come we focus on just the right now”

“Sometimes when we expose who we are it allows people to have a more human connection with us”

“You must know why you do things” 

If you got value from this episode if you have not yet done so please Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can follow the instructions here.  If you know someone else that would get value from this episode as well please share it with them. 

Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now! 

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Episode Links 

You can find Bryan Falchuk at:

Website:  http://www.doadaybook.com

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/doadaybook 

Here is Bryan's free exercise to help find what your Why is: http://www.doadaybook.com/theexercise

045 Be a power girl with vulnerability | Sarah Wade

You’ve got to learn quickly how to prioritise and to let things wait. Some days you can’t do it and you say no and it will wait until tomorrow
— Sarah Wade -

It seems almost impossible that two years ago Sarah Wade was unable to speak and walk yet she takes a risk in being a podcast guest with me which is so amazing. Her story is one of courage, fierceness and vulnerability that is filled with lessons for those of us who don’t take time to smell the roses in our lives.  Sarah shares how she is prioritising her self care, people who she values and doing things in a contented way.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Sarah Wade

We spoke about 

  • From the corporate world to a water view Cosy Home store
  • Sarah’s life-threatening medical emergency on 1 July 2015
  • The impact of work and emotional stress on Sarah’s wellbeing
  • A complete shift to Sarah’s world as she knew it
  • The journey of rehabilitation
  • Lessons along the way and doing things in a contented way
  • Creating a haven and sanctuary for customers at the Cosy Home store
  • Taking care of yourself is not selfish  

Value Quotes 

“If I think about it every day now I wake up to my dream in action”

”I spent just over 35 years in the corporate world where they owned me, now I own me”

“It’s nice to wake up every morning and do something that I want to do”

“My girlfriend who came to visit me tells me that she wasn’t expecting to see me the next day”

“After a couple of days I realised that I wasn’t able to talk and I couldn’t even answer or focus on the questions on Family Feud” (game show on Australian TV)

“I looked around in the hospital and saw other women taking their first steps and I knew at that point that I had a job to do”

“When I look back on when I was in the corporate world, it was too hard to continue doing”

“I’m still finding the right mindset to feel confident every day to talk”

“I knew I would be a different person when I started this journey and I was looking forward to figuring that out, how different I was going to be”

“You’ve got to learn quickly how to prioritise and to let things wait. Some days you can’t do it and you say no and it will wait until tomorrow”

“Sometimes you’ve got to break the rules to get through things I guess”

“In order to support your mental health, your spiritual health, you have to eat well no denying that and it has to be every day”

“Every day you’ve got to be taking the time and ensuring you are important and what you want to achieve”

“I was in HR for so many years and I’m still in it! Because when you come into Cosy Home, my store it’s like a haven, it’s like a sanctuary. It’s a great feeling my customers tell me about”

If you got value from this episode if you have not yet done so please Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can follow the instructions here.  If you know someone else that would get value from this episode as well please share it with them. 

Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now! 

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Episode Links 

You can find Sarah Wade at:

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/cosyhomeettalongbeach/

Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/cosyhomeettalongbeach/

044 The secrets to more time | Tom Evans

I noticed on days that I meditated I had a much better day and the world seemed to be kinder to me. On days I didn’t, I felt it was like pushing water uphill
— Tom Evans -

Many people talk about the value of meditation yet Tom Evans adds so much more to the conversation by focusing on the investment of even 10 minutes a day to achieve practical outcomes. Tom provides meditations for many and varied topics like weight management, relaxation, boosting creativity and avoiding jet lag. We touch on Tom’s concept of managing time mindfully to be more effective and create better outcomes for ourselves by not being enslaved by our relationship to time

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Tom Evans

We spoke about 

  • How a BBC engineer became a spiritual engineer of mind, body and spirit
  • Discovering practical mindfulness
  • Making meditation playful and accessible
  • Investing time for practical outcomes
  • Scale of effects from 10 minutes of daily meditation
  • Where to begin with meditation
  • Tom’s two main applications of meditation
  • Switching on new super sensibilities
  • Reaping the benefits of meditation
  • Tom’s course Mindfulness Based Time Management
  • Seeing life as a joy 

Value Quotes 

“I started meditating like many people to reduce stress and anxiety but I very quickly discovered this practical aspect to it”

”I noticed on days that I meditated I had a much better day and the world seemed to be kinder to me. On days I didn’t, I felt it was like pushing water uphill”

“The normal human mind can only have one thought at a time”

“As soon as you start to flip the attention away from the now you lose efficiency and so what mindfulness techniques get you to do is to be present in the now”

“You don’t have to meditate formally with your eyes closed and headphones on. You can meditate just by getting out in nature”

“Every day you’re going to treat yourself to 10 minutes of me time”

“One of the things I’ve noticed about Insight Timer app is that the most popular meditations are those that help people get to sleep”

“To me meditation has two applications. One is remedial where it fixes something… but my main area of work, research and fun is generative meditations that awaken us to new levels of consciousness”

“The main benefit [of meditation] is that you become luckier. Instead of pushing water uphill the world starts to work for you”

“With the quiet mind you get from meditation, that continues out of the meditation throughout the day so you become better at noticing things”

“If you look down it switches the internal dialogue on in the head and if you look slightly up it switches it off”

“See life not as a chore but as a joy”

If you got value from this episode if you have not yet done so please Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can follow the instructions here.  If you know someone else that would get value from this episode as well please share it with them.

Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now! 

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Episode Links 

You can find Tom Evans at:

Website:  http://www.tomevans.co/  

Insight timer app: https://insighttimer.com/tomevans

043 Become your own healer | Dr Tatjana Trajkovska

Hundreds of years ago people were much more insightful, much more connected with themselves, much more in harmony and they knew how to support their body into healing
— Dr Tatjana Trajkovska -

Have you been receiving signals from your body yet due to the demands of a stressful life you aren’t aware? Imagine if you were able to stay connected to your body’s story to prevent dis-ease and live well every day with a deeper connection to yourself and others. Tatjana is a specialist in mind body medicine and works to mentor people to help them activate their inner healing potential.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Dr Tatjana Trajkovska

We spoke about 

  • Ignoring the signs the body was giving and the consequences
  • Defining mind body medicine and the interconnectedness
  • The value of connecting our mind, emotions and body to be in ease and balance
  • Using the breath to connect with the body and calm the mind
  • Signs and signals the body sends us to get our attention
  • The emergency ABC tool and how to use it effectively
  • Tatjana’s 4 month program to heal yourself
  • Loving yourself more 

Value Quotes 

“I decided to step into another journey. A journey within to connect more with myself. With my heart, with my intuition and with my body”

“In western medicine we mostly see the body separate from the emotions”

“We are not trained how deeply our emotions, our assumptions, our mindset, our beliefs affect the way we live”

“Hundreds of years ago people were much more insightful, much more connected with themselves, much more in harmony and they knew how to actually support their body into healing”

“Our body is naturally designed perfectly”

“With mind body tools we actually support people to find their own way to be more in ease, more in balance both with self and with others”

“When we become more aware of our breathing and with certain ways of breathing we can support our body to relax. And when our body is relaxed naturally, in our system different wellbeing hormones start being released” 

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Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now! 

Episode Links 

You can find Tatjana Trajkovska at:

Website:  http://en.tatjanatrajkovska.eu/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/tatjanatrajkovskaeu/  

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042 Say YES to the right things | Patti Villalobos

Learn to be honest with yourself as much as you possibly can and don’t run away from yourself because your shadow will just catch up with you
— Patti Villalobos -

Wise words from coach, course creator and teacher, Patti Villalobos who is passionate about enabling people to live better lives and reflects that this is ‘a journey worth taking’. We all wish for relationships that flourish however we can be at the people-pleasing or overtly controlling end of a spectrum and it’s tough to break entrenched patterns. This interview is a must-listen if you are ready to make a change for the better with boundaries both for your self and with others. Patti shares great analogies, stories and examples to bring clarity to the art of setting boundaries.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Patti Villalobos

We spoke about 

  • Starting over with a passion for helping people move forward
  • Recreating overwork and why being driven didn’t work
  • From an out of control and reactive life to better balance and self-care
  • Why we get caught up in the trap of saying yes when we mean no
  • Reframing healthy conflict by balancing the “see-saw”
  • Breaking the cycle of entrenched behaviour and patterns
  • The opportunity of creating new patterns in long term relationships
  • Building more honest relationships
  • Patti’s course ‘Set Boundaries like a Boss’
  • Embracing your shadow self to come to wholeness 

Value Quotes 

“I’d love to say that it was a straight line.  That as I grew I became wiser and took better care of myself and that was just not the way it happened”

“I had not been feeling great but I got into the worst insomnia.  I mean at one point I was sleeping just one hour a night on Ambien. It was awful”

“Talk about a wake up call.  This was a wake up call from my soul to say ok what are you doing?”

“With the insomnia it brought a lot of anxiety and depression because of course when you are not sleeping everything is jacked up right”

“I realised fairly quickly it wasn’t a quick fix cause it wasn’t something I had got into overnight and so therefore it was all about balance and I wasn’t going to get into balance overnight”

“As long as I’m being pro-active in my self-care I feel the healthiest emotionally, mentally and spiritually than I’ve ever been”

“This has been really a thing about being clear about what my boundaries have to be. That’s been a core level learning for me. Boundaries with myself and boundaries of course with others.”

“Setting boundaries is part of being assertive and you don’t have to be mean or aggressive when you do it”

“Conflict is inevitable. You are going to have people who don’t agree with you just because they see the world different from you”

“Recognise you’re learning a skill and so don’t beat yourself up. Have grace when you don’t get it ‘right’ and practice is what makes it perfect, if there is such a thing”

“What you need to recognise is that you can’t change another’s behaviour.  What you can do, is you can change your approach and when you change your approach the interaction between the two of you is going to change”

“If you have a relationship with someone who is important to you and you start changing, that kind of freaks them out a little bit. They get afraid they’re going to lose you. They get afraid that it is reflecting back on them and that they need to change… so unconsciously they start ‘pulling at your ankles’”

“Your boundaries help you to keep moving towards your values and towards who you are wanting to be but hopefully you can do it without doing the ‘cut and run’”

“I like to look at boundaries as more than just saying no to things. Boundaries are also about saying yes to the right things”

“Learn to be honest with yourself as much as you possibly can and don’t run away from yourself because your shadow will just catch up with you”

If you got value from this episode if you have not yet done so please Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can follow the instructions here.  If you know someone else that would get value from this episode as well please share it with them.

Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now!

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Episode Links 

You can find Patti Villalobos at:

Website:  http://www.pattivillalobos.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/PattiVillalobosCoaching/

Brené Brown author of Rising Strong:  http://brenebrown.com/books/

041 Chew on this | Meliors Simms

I’m really trying to set people up to keep their teeth for life
— Meliors Simms -

When someone calls themselves a Holistic Tooth Fairy there’s a curiosity that sparks in me because we don’t often talk about our teeth in relationship to our health.  As a consumer educator Meliors Simms is bringing this conversation mainstream.  Meliors talks with such passion about healing her own teeth using a systemic approach and what is really interesting to me is that a number of other ailments cleared up too.  As she says the “mouth is the gateway to the body” and I concur that this is also to your wellbeing.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Meliors Simms

Meliors Simms the Holistic Tooth Fairy on Living Fabulously with Bev

We spoke about 

  • The final straw of a 7th root canal
  • Impact of diet on teeth
  • Nutritional approach to teeth healing
  • The real reason sugar is not good for your teeth
  • Improvements beyond strong teeth
  • Difference between holistic vs regular dental advice
  • The benefits of healthy teeth and gums
  • The link between our teeth and other organs
  • 4 recommendations to improve the quality of your teeth
  • Prioritising the health of your teeth and gums 

Value Quotes 

“Shifting my priority for my health from losing weight to healing my teeth”

“It’s been such a profound thing in my life that not just my physical wellbeing has changed but my emotional wellbeing, my ability to relate to people and to be visible in the world, that has all changed”

“What happens when we heal the gums and the teeth is that we also simultaneously increase the bodies resistance to bacteria and we are minimising the flow of bacteria from our mouth”

“I wish that when I first started having things go wrong with my mouth that I had someone who could point me in the right direction and set me off on a different path”

“I’m really trying to set people up to keep their teeth for life”

If you got value from this episode if you have not yet done so please Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can follow the instructions here.  If you know someone else that would get value from this episode as well please share it with them.

Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now! 

Episode Links 

You can find Meliors Simms at:

Website:  http://www.holistictoothfairy.com  

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/holistictoothfairy/  

TMJ Playlist by Meliors Simms: http://bit.ly/2jNSj2N

Cure tooth decay by Ramiel Nagel: http://www.curetoothdecay.com/  

Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon: http://nourishingtraditions.com/  

040 Get out of the pit of despair | Becky Howell

Mindset and happiness, understanding yourself and baby steps is the difference between being in the pit of despair and living a fabulous life
— Becky Howell -

What a delight to hear how Becky has transformed her own life along her health journey and is speaking out on the significance of happiness and healing in our lives.  What would you do if no one around you believed you were unwell?  Becky chose not to stay in a pit of despair and took one small step at a time to reclaim her health.  In this interview Becky shares some great tools and techniques on how she rose above her circumstances.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Becky Howell

Becky Howell on Living Fabulously with Bev

We spoke about 

  • A challenging health journey rendered more difficult by disbelief
  • What stimuli carry you through to start to get better and find your health
  • The decision to focus on one step at a time
  • How honesty, patience and a sense of humour can support you
  • Using the analogy of 5 spoons to build awareness about capacity
  • A worst day illustration from Becky’s journey
  • The evolutionary evidence of your life purpose
  • Being more vocal to help spread the message
  • Becky’s latest book “My happiness book”
  • Taking small pleasures and elevating them
  • Tips for living fabulously through more happiness, objectivity and mindset 

Value Quotes 

”There was just my husband and I. There was no one that we could find that would help. There was no one that would believe me. There was just nothing”

“I started learning natural and alternative methods to find my way back to health”

“Attitude and mindset is totally key”

“Mindset and happiness are the key to leveraging the energy you have to get better”

“Fibromyalgia is the cocktail if you want to experience a bunch of things at once”

“Mindset and happiness, understanding yourself and baby steps is the difference between being in the pit of despair and living a fabulous life”

“Most people don’t know what happiness is made up of or they don’t know how to access it and bring more of it into their lives”

“Enjoy your pleasure so much that it’s indecent – Coco Chanel”

“There are so many pockets of time that we do have and we need to reclaim those”

“Don’t let what a doctor may think about you get in the way of finding help”

“No one will have all the insight or info you do about your body.  If you can reach a point that helps you to leverage your info and match that with a medical plan, you will find your healing much faster” 

If you got value from this episode if you have not yet done so please Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can follow the instructions here.  If you know someone else that would get value from this episode as well please share it with them.

Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now! 

Episode Links 

You can find Becky Howell at:

Website:  http://www.beckyhowell.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BeckyEHowellHolisticSuccessCoach/  

039 Put all your strengths to work | Kathy Wheeler

I had to adjust so many things in my life in terms of what I thought were my strengths and how I went about dealing with situations and processing information
— Kathy Wheeler -

What do engineering, marketing and book writing have in common? Join me as we explore Kathy Wheeler’s journey to conquer a brain injury and pursue her passion to help others get their stories out in the world and in many cases using their words to heal themselves. It’s amazing how Kathy relied on other strengths and chose not to admit defeat.

Inspire yourself with these essential insights from Kathy Wheeler

Kathy Wheeler on LIving Fabulously with Bev podcast

We spoke about 

  • A challenging brain injury
  • Changes to Kathy’s life as she knew it
  • Adapting ways of working and being
  • Combatting poor memory recall
  • The providence and patience to be able to work things out
  • The role of positivity and mindset in Kathy’s life
  • Timeout for catching up and regrounding
  • Concentrating on what brings us joy
  • Sharing our message with the world
  • Value of lifelong learning and other tips for living fabulously  

Value Quotes 

”Many of my life circumstances also changed at that time and so I was able to rely on my other strengths thankfully”

“I had to adjust so many things in my life in terms of what I thought were my strengths and how I went about dealing with situations and processing information”

“I’m also more accepting of others and I can relate to people who have had strokes”

“A bad attitude won’t get me anywhere”

“I’ve realised that a positive attitude is the key to happiness and success”

“With the right attitude, the willingness to learn and the willingness to take action anyone can achieve anything they set their mind to”

“Quiet time really helps me process information when my brain feels like it’s on overload”

“If you have your feelings built up inside and need to release them, write it down.  Journaling is perfect. You don’t have to keep what you write you can tear it up immediately after”

If you got value from this episode if you have not yet done so please Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can follow the instructions here.  If you know someone else that would get value from this episode as well please share it with them.

Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now! 

Episode Links 

You can find Kathy Wheeler at:

Website:  http://www.the90daybook.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WritePublishandSellBooks/