Episode 64 is the third instalment in the long trilogy of my work life story! I talk about the whole Influencer thing and working with brands and share a few things I have learnt along the way!
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Episode 63 takes off where part 1 ended, with me becoming a Flight Attendant. I share the highs and lows of that period of time and talk you through the changes I made next.
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Episode 62 is a solo episode where I take you way back to little Kylie who used to knock on doors to wash cars and set up fruit stalls. I share with you the exact jobs, twists and turns that lead me to where I am today.
It hasn't been linear but it all kind of makes sense upon reflection :) I hope you enjoy part 1!
Episode 61 is a chat with the refreshingly real Aaliya Watson. Aaliya owns Show Off Hair Extensions on the Gold Coast and has an interesting journey from trying her hand at a variety of roles before coming across a niche area in the hair space and grabbing onto an opportunity with both hands.
Aaliya was a guest panelist an our Passion Project Event and many of our guests really loved her outlook on life and business. I hope you enjoy this chat! To connect with Aaliya you can find her on the gram @aaliya.watson and follow her business @showoff_hair
For those wanting to book in at Show Off Hair simply phone 07 5522 0056 and stay tuned until the end of the episode as Aaliya offers a pretty cool deal to anyone who follows along x
Episode 60 is a conversion with Brisbane based sexologist Lauren White. We cover a lot in this episode from disconnection to desire and libido to giving yourself permission to be curious, why we need to decompress and how we can reignite desire in our lives.
Lauren White is a qualified sexologist, permission granter and libido liberator for high achieving and introverted women. She's also a devoted Mama, balanced Libran, lounge room dancer extraordinaire and author of Permission: Personal liberation for switched on women.
Learn more about Lauren and her sex sessions here -
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Episode 59- This episode was requested as a follow up an earlier episode (episode 33) where I shared a handful of questions as prompts for self awareness, growth and to help initiate the habit of journaling.
In today's podcast I share a few more questions that may allow for self reflection and introspection. Ultimately these are some questions that you may find tricky to answer or uncomfortable but persist if you can.
It means the absolute world to me when you share a screenshot of the podcast to you own IG story and tag me @kyliecamps
I hope this episode helps someone out there XX
Episode 58 is a conversation with Krissy Ropiha of Her Nourished and Her Nourished Kids. We talk all things managing mum life and building a business. Krissy shares how she copes with the demands of 3 young children and harnessing her passion into creating her business.
You can find Krissy here:
@her.nourished and @hernourishedkids
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In Episode 57 I share a belief that really held me back. It negatively impacted my ability to connect with women. It’s a big one!
As we enter new seasons of life it can be really common to feel disconnected or lonely. Perhaps it's entering motherhood and losing touch with your "old world" or maybe a new job or location. In this episode I share a few ways to find your tribe and make new friends.
As always, I would really appreciate you sharing this episode with your nearest and dearest if you find it valuable.
In this episode I share 10 healthy snack ideas that may help you get through the day because let’s face it, it is common to survive the whole day on eating your kids leftovers but its not ideal for our energy (or mood) to do this. It is important we fuel our bodies well and you might enjoy some of these snack suggestions.
I also offer a few quick tips on gaining confidence in the Gym. Stepping outside of your comfort zone can feel really intimidating and it might hold you back from trying something new, a lot of women have reached out over the years and asked how they can feel more confident when beginning their fitness journey in the Gym.
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Episode 55 is a Q & A. I answer questions from Instagram and you guys did not hold back. I chose not to read the questions beforehand so I am answering in real time! Including homeschooling, coping with loneliness, tantrums and more.
Ep 54 is a solo episode talking all things Social Media and how to be more mindful, intentional and aware. I love social media but at the end of the day, it really is just an app on your phone! XX
Episode 53 - DSr Libby Quinn (aka @thewomenspsychologist )and I have a chat about how to mentally cope with the heartache of the recent fires. We speak about how to try and restore a sense of calm, connect with your families and care for yourself during this time of unimaginable grief.
Episode 52 is a solo episode sharing 5 super simple ways you can feel healthier straight away. Little tweaks can make a BIG difference and if one of your 2020 goals is to improve your health, you will LOVE this episode. Remember to take a screenshot and share to your own social media feed, tag me @kyliecamps so I can reshare XX
In this episode I chat with Loren Imbriano from Level Playground about the importance of being aware of just how prevalent gender stereotypes are for little ones. It's a topic close to my heart and I encourage all families to really broaden their approach to the toys, language and conversations in their home.
Level Playground is a website for parents, caregivers and early childhood educators who are passionate about raising children who can be their true selves. On the website, you’ll find lots of fun ideas and activities to encourage children to learn, read and play without being restricted by their gender.
Loren is the Project Coordinator for Level Playground. She shares lots of great tips that you can do as a parent to help your children grow up being whoever and whatever they choose to be.
Visit their website at www.levelplayground.org.au
I have also included a link to a MUST WATCH TED TALK
It’s that time of year with Christmas and New Year right around the corner. It’s a time of giving, a time of happiness and a time of spending quality time with those you love if you have the opportunity to do so. On the other hand though it can also be a time of stress, disappointment and worry when it comes to people who are on a journey of improving their health.
In Episode 50, Mel and I chat about her top 5 tips for navigating the silly season when it comes to health and wellness. As an Accredited Practising Dietitian she shares her tips, tricks and ideas for people who are wanting to find the balance between enjoying this time of year and still remaining aligned with their goals.
Ep 49 is a super short solo episode sharing a few key take aways that have stuck with me throughout the year. Xx
Episode 48 is all about navigating cooperative co-parenting with a mum who has lived it both personally and professionally.
Jacquelyn Curtis is an Accredited Specialist in Family Law and Senior Associate at Canberra’s boutique family law firm, Phelps Reid Foster Johnson. Jacqui is also a mum to a three-year old daughter, who is raised in a co-operative co-parenting arrangement by Jacqui and her former partner. Jacqui has over a decade of experience in family law and comes from a typical legal background – you’d typically find her attending a mediation to assist her client to work out parenting and financial arrangements after a relationship breakdown or, for the smaller proportion of people who cannot resolve things out of Court, advocating for her clients in the courtroom. When Jacqui found herself in the midst of a relationship breakdown, she knew exactly what to do and what not to do to make the best of the situation for herself, for her ex and most of all for her daughter. Jacqui passionately believes that better outcomes result for everyone after a family breakdown when a low-conflict, cooperative and child-centred method is adopted.
In this episode, we explore the benefits of this approach to navigating what comes next after a relationship breakdown. It is important to note however that this podcast is not legal advice and therefore if you or someone you know is experiencing a relationship breakdown, they should obtain independent advice from a lawyer which is tailored to their situation.
Jacqui is providing a limited number of free consultations to listeners who want to know more about co-operative co-parenting after a relationship breakdown, or in relation to family law matters generally. To have a confidential chat to Jacqui about your situation, contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episode 47 is all about fussy eaters and offering 10 tips to help your family through the challenges of navigating through various levels of fussiness. If you have any concerns in regards to your little ones nutritional intake, please seek guidance from your health care professional.
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Episode 45 explores the effects of yelling on young children and also the impact it has on the parent doing the yelling. This is a totally judgement free zone because we have all been there! Parenting is a tough gig at times but int really is an honour. When we know more about the implications of our actions and also HOW we get ourselves to the point of yelling, we can make little tweaks to improve and increase our own happiness and protect the emotional wellness of our most treasured little beings.
This episode is taken from our Toddler Life program. Visit www.thekindparentingcompany.com to view our range of parenting programs today.
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