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That's So Maven by The Healthy Maven

That's So Maven is a weekly health and wellness podcast from blogger Davida Lederle of The Healthy Maven. That's so Maven interviews "mavens" and shakers in the health, wellness and business spheres helping to tackle some of life's biggest challenges in leading a balanced and intentional lifestyle. This podcast is meant to inspire, entertain and above all — find comfort in knowing you aren’t alone in your struggles.
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Dec 19, 2018

Mentioned in this episode:

Curt's Dad's article: http://bit.ly/2Lj7FH8 

I'm having a hard time believing 2018 is coming to an end. At the same time I also feel a deep sense of relief that it is and am looking forward to welcoming in a new year and a clean slate. Though to be fair, I don't necessarily believe that come Jan 1 everything resets, but just by nature of having some time off around this time of year I have more time for reflection and brain space to consider what changes I might want to implement. It could just as easily happen on July 23rd (or any other day) but Jan 1 works for me...and seemingly the rest of the world!

With more reflection time comes a new podcast episode where I'm sharing some things I'm afraid to tell you about 2018. The "things I'm afraid to tell you" series was inspired by Jess Lively (who also has a great podcast!) and I've shared my own version of it in the past. This time it comes to you in podcast form because these days it feels like the easiest and safest way for me to communicate my feelings with you. Because to be totally transparent with you: this year was HARD. That's not to say it's been all negative, it's just required a lot of reflection, intention and accepting that growth isn't always easy or fun.

As I look back I certainly notice all the challenging moments, but there's also been some incredible ones. My husband and I committed to life together. I fulfilled my passion of bringing together women into a safe community with Camp Wellness. San Francisco 100% feels like home.

It's been a year of a lot of highs and lows and some of them I haven't shared a whole lot with you. So in today's podcast episode I'm throwing it all out there and letting you in on the things I'm afraid to tell you and how I'm setting intentions as we go into 2019. Enjoy!

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Dec 12, 2018

Mentioned in the episode:

Tanya's blog post, Being Behind-the-Scenes in the Wellness World

Camp Wellness Bootcamp

Emotional Freedom Technique: https://www.thetappingsolution.com/what-is-eft-tapping/ 

Bettina Bogar: http://www.bettinabogar.com/ 

Today's episode is a very special one! Over the past year you've gotten to know my operations manager, Tanya through her story and work she's shared here on THM. She is an invaluable member of Team Maven and everyday I feel so so grateful to know her and work with her.

Not only is she my go-to sounding board, but she's also wise behind her years. I know so many of you enjoyed her post on Working BTS In The Wellness Space so we decided we'd go in depth on the show and discuss her journey and what being behind-the-scenes is really like. We also have a very candid conversation about social media and its affects on all of us. Enjoy our chat!

Here are a few things we talked about in today's episode:

  • Tanya's journey to working behind-the-scenes in wellness
  • Not pursuing a dietetics internship and her experience with IIN
  • Why she chose not to become a health coach
  • How she landed her first job in the wellness space
  • How we met and began working together + what it's really like working with me
  • What you don't see working BTS with a blogger
  • Social media and why she doesn't use it
  • What advice she would give to her 20 year old self

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Connect with Tanya at operations@thehealthymaven.com

Dec 5, 2018

Mentioned in the episode:

This episode's sponsor, Imperfect Produce. Enter code "Healthy Maven" at checkout to receive 50% off your first box

Capsule Wardrobe: http://www.stylebee.ca/10-x-10-challenge/ 

It feels like I've been waiting years to have an episode like this week's. For one, I've wanted to chat with Lee Vosburgh for a long time. Additionally, I've wanted to have a show dedicated to sustainable fashion and making more conscious choices with your wardrobe for even longer. Lee Vosburgh, the ethical and sustainable fashion blogger behind Style Bee was the perfect guest to bring on the show to chat about these topics.

Here are a few things we talked about in today's episode:

  • Lee's style journey and what led her to create Style Bee
  • Finding and identifying your fashion story 
  • The difference between fast and slow fashion
  • What does sustainable fashion mean? How about ethical fashion?
  • Creating her first Closet Mission and what she's learned along the way
  • Building a capsule wardrobe and the 10 x 10 challenge
  • Her favorite sustainable brands and tips for saving money
  • What advice she would give to her 20 year old self

Join The Healthy Maven Tribe to ask guest questions and to find out who will be on the show before anyone else!

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Please don't forget to rate + review in iTunes if you love the podcast. Your comments and subscriptions help us make the podcast best for you!

Follow Lee:

Website: http://www.stylebee.ca/ 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leevosburgh/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stylebeeblog 

 

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