Are you guilty of using your phone 24/7? Always checking social media? Picking it up at the dinner table or when on dates? Constantly on it around your children? If so, this short and to the point podcast is for you.
Today Megan chats with Career & Confidence Coach (and personal friend), Lucy Allen of The Graceful Collective about 'RESILIENCE IN YOUR CAREER'.
What is resilience? How do we develop it and use it in our careers, businesses and entrepreneurial journeys? Despite some technical difficulties, Lucy provides some great takeaways to get you flexing your resilience muscle!
To find out more about Lucy and her services as a Confidence & Career Coach, visit her on Instagram @the_graceful_collective
In today's episode Megan talks with her close friend, Catherine Saliba (of Spiritual Nutrition) about Mindfulness.
WTF is it? Is it the same for everyone? How does someone practice it and start implementing it into their own lives? Is mindfulness for EVERYONE?
In today's podcast Megan quickly gets to the point with some of the KEY red flags when it comes to relationships. It's important we know them and are able to identify them and QUICK.
Sex is something we all need to be comfortable talking about.
Especially when it comes to our long term romantic and sexual relationships, so how do we do it? In today's episode, Megan talks about sex and how lack of open conversations can lead a relationship into rough patches. She also touches on 'the sandwich' rule, a technique couples can use when wanting to change things up in the bedroom! There were a lot of missed opportunities for sexual innuendos in this podcast #SorryNotSorry.
Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia.
On average, 1 in 4 people – 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men – will experience anxiety. (Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2008). National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing: Summary of Results, 2007. Cat. no. (4326.0). Canberra: ABS.). In today's episode Megan talks about her own life and experiences with anxiety, ranging from early childhood to high-school and now (as a 31 year old). It's real, raw and honest.
How do we better resolve conflict with our partner?
In today's episode Megan chats with her partner (and fiance), Wendy Luscombe, about her own relationship rules and how they manage arguments, bickers, disagreements and conflict. What rules do they put in place to ensure they can effectively move forward when arguments arise?
Today I'm answering three submitted questions:
- I've been faking orgasms for two years and haven't told my partner. Is this wrong?
- How come my boyfriend always expects me to go down on him but won't go down on me?
- Is it normal for my sex drive to decrease after we've been living together for over a year?
How do we get over a break up?
Are there things we should stop doing? Should you post that selfie and be passive aggressive in demonstrating how angry you are? How do we get that negative voice out of our head? Should we keep our ex around (just in case)? What about talking to your friends? What are the best ways to manage your emotional self?
How do we get accept love when (in past relationships) it's been used against us as a weapon? How do we move forward from fear and take positive action? How do we set our intentions for love?