Grown Ass Woman
Being a strong and confident woman is all about making choices for yourself about your life.
We’re still in social isolation, but this episode’s topic is relevant no matter what season of life we are in. This week, Annie and Jen are talking navigating female friendships with their guest Jules Webber, life coach and counselor. You’ll hear all about where the drama in many female relationships comes from, how we can support our girl friends while still being true to ourselves, and how it all circles back to our mothers.
Time for another episode, with our very own Kim Boyer, member of Balance365! Annie talks to Kim all about the amazing transformation she has made in her mindset and how she has been hitting her habit and health goals in the Balance365 program. She confirms that slow and steady wins the race when it comes to weight loss, that changing your mindset around weight and wellness can create a positive spillover effect to the rest of your life, and that having a support network can make it all easier.
This time it’s Balance365 co-founder Jen’s turn to tell us her story. It’s a story of the struggle to find body acceptance and self love from a young age through and after pregnancy. By forming new habits and mindset changes, her pendulum began to settle in the center, and she has made peace with her body. You do not want to miss this emotional, but important, episode.
Can you be a feminist and still want to lose weight? This heartfelt discussion will challenge you to examine your beliefs, think critically about the messages you are receiving and really unpack what your relationship with your body means to you and where you are in the pendulum swing of diet culture, body positivity and body neutrality. Get ready to dig deep, laugh and learn!
The tables are turned in this episode of Balance365 Life Radio when Jen interviews Annie so she can share how the big weight loss that came with going from a size 24 to a 12 was really a small piece of the way her journey. After so many rounds of Weight Watchers, Annie finally found something that worked.
The word “fat” can be used as a noun, adjective, or a verb and can be seen and heard in a variety of contexts but so often there are negative stigmas, myths, and cultural bias attached to the word fat. On today’s episode with fat and body positive advocate, Bethany Bellingham we discuss the implications of the common connotations we see associated with the word “fat” and the harmful affects of living in a fatphobic culture.