A true gem blessing your ears this week! Sitting down with Gio, we cover a lot! From the creation of Giografik, the ins and outs of graphic design, being a buisness owner, and producing his own podcast @Listen2Mepod. All the way to how to stay connected, trusting yourself, and putting in the work to be a better person. I am so luck to get to showcase this dude, please enjoy and make sure to follow Gio ASAP!
We're back! It's been four months, but we're back with a solo episode! All things .. Labyrinth. If you don't know what that is well, listen up!
I started a new online curated Instagram for secondhand, vintage, and antique home decor! What a whirlwind it has been and I can't wait to share all the dirty details with you guys. Enjoy!
As a PhD Student in neuropsychology, Nawal has been producing evidence based content on her Instagram page @thebraincoach for the last year - AND IS CRUSHING IT. With nearly 300K Nawal's voice is being broadcasted worldwide! If you are looking for an episode that is going to empower you - this is the one. Nawal not only opens up about her personal experience as an immigrant and feeling like an outcast, but also about how it got her to where she is today. This conversation also focuses on the power of individual choice in navigating mental health practices, how to tackle failure, the difference between self-esteem and self-worth AND MORE!
Sitting down with Alex AKA "Fresh" of the Fresh, Slick, & Mick podcast was truly eye opening. As I began to learn more about Alex's story I started to see my own life in a new way, privileges I never gave much attention to. Growing up in an abusive home is not something everyone experiences, and I feel extremely honoured that Alex was willing to share his story here on the Lemon Soul podcast. As he mentions during our conversation, without diving deep and walking through these heavy topics, nothing changes. I am so grateful to share this story and remind all the men listening, perhaps struggling with their own mental health, that you aren't alone and there IS help out there. A huge thank you to Alex for teaching us today that maintaining good mental health is an ongoing practice and one worth working for.
Sitting down with Ola was a dream come true. As we discussed food waste across the world, Ola explains the importance of why places like Kindness Cafe must exist. A brilliant and boundless idea from a powerful Egyptian woman making a difference right here in our community in Canada. Not only was I amazed by her business ideas, but held captive by her immense love for the human experience. Ola is one of a kind, an absolute sweetheart with so many resonating and inspirational messages during this episode - don't miss out!
Stoked to sit down with Tia on this episode as we discuss the incredible heart, mind, and body dedication that she has given to the Windsor Circus School. Not only do we talk about the physicality of it all, but the mental barrier that many people are confronted with when they first begin! Tia unravels what it is like to not only be an athlete in this world, but how to be a coach .. and an incredible one at that. PLUS we get to talk all things travel as we dive deeper into Tia's personal life where she lived in Malaysia, stood in the smoke during the burning of the palms, and how talking to people across the world has given her such a gracious amount of knowledge and respect for the human experience. LEGGO!