January 28, 2017
Tina Aldatz, CEO of Savvy Travelers sits down with me to share her secrets on being a sexy and successful entrepreneur.
Chances are that if you are reading this blog you are a serial entrepreneur or love the world of beauty. Possibly both! Being the CEO of a digital marketing agency (Unite Socially), interviewer, blogger, active yogi and an awesome auntie makes me a pretty busy bee. In-between client meetings, staff collaborations, writing, events, interviews and yoga class I find it hard to breathe much less keep my appearance fresh.
Last year, I was invited back to StyleCon as an influencer. While I was there I came across the Savvy Travelers booth. Quick and convenient were my first two thoughts. Spread across the table are hundreds of designer beauty wipes with their motto, "No water. No problem." By the time I left their booth I felt like I just took a shower! After a long day of networking and snapping photos, these tiny travel-size wipes were Godsent.
During this interview we touch on Tina's upbringing, her love for fashion, her drive to overcome life's hurdles and what it was like to build a 14 million dollar company! Listen to get all her tips on how to stay sexy and successful in whatever business you are in.
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January 6, 2017
Yoga guide and mindfulness coach, Christy Curtis sits down with me to talk about finding peace on and off your mat.
As we settle into a new year and embrace all the positive possibilities that are to come I am reminded to pause and find joy in each thought.
If you are anything like me, I can so easily become overwhelmed with a new beginning that I am fearful to take the first step towards change. I have found that regardless of what I do or how much I want to resist change it is inevitable. I've also learned that fighting change is arguably more toxic than the change itself.
With the holiday's now past I can all breathe a bit easier, but the question still remains, has the stress really stopped or just transferred?
I know I am not alone when I say I live in constant turmoil. And not in the chaotic, traditional sense, but a state of mind that is constantly on the go. One flighty thought to the next, my mind just never shuts off unless I make it. Finding time to center my thoughts within so I can make space for the world and those I love around me I know is essential. That's why I find tools. Easy exercises that I can practice to make my mind (yet life) a bit more balanced and at peace.
Therefore, to kick of 2017 I sat down with yoga guide and mindfulness coach, Christy Curtis to talk about all of this and much more. In the podcast below Christy explains what yoga is, how it can help you manage stress and the keys to being mindful so you can live your best life!