Wed, 29 March 2017
Welcome to Her Rules Radio - where we shake off the old rules and do what works for us! So, I turned 42 this week! To celebrate, we played hooky and kept my son out of school and went and had brunch and went to the planetarium, and just spent the entire day together! We had the best time together and it really made me realize the importance of play in our lives. We need more fun and play in our lives.
Listen as Alex shares a story about her client Erin, and how they had to work on play. Because of a rough upbringing, she found that she lived a virtually joyless life. Alex shares the advice she gave Erin to help her incorporate play and fun into her life! Without enough play, everything “health wise” in our lives is out of whack. We need to have fun. The amount that you allow yourself to play will return huge dividends to your health and well-being.
In this episode, Alex explains what play really is and all of the health benefits that we can enjoy. You have to take action to change habits and play helps you take action. You can incorporate play into your personal life! Alex keeps a hula hoop, a mini-trampoline, and pink roller skates around her house so she can easily grab them for a play session. It’s healthy to be playful and it’s the key to health and happiness. Play can help you actually like your body. When you like yourself, you actually treat yourself better! Keep some toys around and use the often. Playful people can transform any environment to make it more enjoyable. We all want to be around playful people, and then we are inspired to be playful too!
The last Saturday of April, we are hosting Her Playdate (www.herplaydate.com) and it’s a global movement to encourage women to get out and have a play date with all your best friends.
Katie Willcox is the founder and CEO of Natural Model Management and Healthy is the New Skinny. Using her 13 years of experience in the modeling industry, Willcox strives to change the game of body image by giving people the tools to challenge the beauty ideal implemented by the media.Using Healthy is the New Skinny as her platform, Willcox speaks out against harmful advertising and encourages people from all world to model healthy body image and self-love by living an authentic healthy lifestyle. As a public speaker, Willcox aims to educate, inform, and empower girls and women to rise up against media manipulation and teaches them how to protect against it. Katie also has her new book out, which is also called Healthy is the New Skinny.
You can read the full show notes at www.alexandrajamieson.com/134
Wed, 22 March 2017
Would you really like to know the truth about Medical Marijuana? If you've been wanting to try using Marijuana for medical reasons, but you're just not sure, listen in to today's show with Alex's expert guests, Dr. Rachna Patel, Matt Seashols and Samantha Millar, as they explain the facts about it's use for anxiety, pain, sleep disorders and even deepening intimacy and pleasuring women.
Dr. Rachna Patel is the Medical Marijuana doctor. Rachna, a graduate of the North Western University, works out of Walnut Creek, California and she has helped people to deal with almost everything, including anxiety, pain, Parkinson's Disease and cancer. She uses Medical Marijuana in her clinic and her research.
Matt Seashols is the president and co-founder of Hmbldt, a Medical Marijuana company, which was voted one of Time Magazine's top 25 inventions of 2016. Hmbldt makes specific formulations of Medical Marijuana for different issues, as there are different aspects of Marijuana that can really speak to either pain, anxiety, or whatever issue is needing to be addressed.
Samantha, an incredibly accomplished and super-smart lady, is the Chief Science Officer at Hmbldt. In her early academic work, she focused on the development of cancer and AIDS drugs. She then moved into overseeing EPA Laboratories.
You can read the full show notes at www.alexandrajamieson.com/133
Wed, 15 March 2017
Do you feel that you could really use some education about your sexuality and the unique way that your body can give you pleasure? Or would you like to find out more about the spin-off benefits that you can enjoy from really knowing your body and how it works? Today, Alex encourages you to listen in so that you can feel completely free to explore your body and your desires and discover what really works for you.
On today's show, Alex talks about a panel discussion that she attended recently in New York City, hosted by her friend, Bryony Cole, host of The Future Of Sex Podcast. There they spoke about the need for women (and men) to be better educated about women's sexuality and also about the orgasm gap. Alex also talks about how each woman's geography and topography can can make a huge difference and that we, as women, tend not to know that, nor do we get the necessary information or encouragement, to explore our own bodies to discover what really does work for us.
The guest on today's show is Kit Maloney, founder of O'actually, which celebrates sexually stimulating content, products and knowledge, that focuses on enhancing and stimulating women's sexual pleasure. O'actually is dedicated to changing the landscape of adult entertainment, to prioritize women's arousal and pleasure by distributing new types of film, audio visual arts and literature. Listen in today, as Kit shares some of her knowledge about sexuality and explains how you can increase your sexual pleasure.
You can read the full show notes at www.alexandrajamieson.com/132
Wed, 8 March 2017
If you feel a pull towards becoming a true expression of unconditional love, or if perhaps you're seeking justice for humanity, listen in to today's show and find out from Alex's guest, Lisa Fabrega, how you can develop your boundaries, find your truth and step into your purpose.
Lisa, who grew up in Panama, is a coach and mentor to female entrepreneurs and she works to inspire all women to live life connected to their soul and purpose. Today, she talks to Alex about her recent experience, protesting with the Native Americans against the proposed pipeline at Standing Rock. Lisa also talks about her own struggles with her body and food and how she was able to move through those and step into her purpose. Listen in today and discover what it takes for you to show up in the world powerfully, no matter what shape or size you're in.
You can read the full show notes at www.alexandrajamieson.com
Wed, 1 March 2017
If you have issues about the way you think you look- or about the way you think you should look, listen in today, as Alex interviews the dynamic, fierce feminista, Shelah Marie, and discover how you can come to appreciate and enjoy yourself regardless of your physical form.
Shelah is an actress and online personality who is deeply invested in providing high-quality inspirational videos and performances for the stage and screen for the empowerment of all women. Shelah tours independently and produces her own, original work, Flight, which she performs for Black History Month and also Women's History Month. Shelah teaches Yoga and meditation and through her open, dynamic and electric personality and her #curly&curvy movement, she engages a strong online community. She's all about putting herself out there- especially, to women of color, to show: “This is me, this is my body, this is my hair- and I love it!”
Join Alex and Shelah on today's show and find out how you can learn to love yourself, no matter what!
You can read the full show notes at www.alexandrajamieson.com/130