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Updated July 2020
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Finally! The show that makes healthy living not suck! So you’ll actually want to do it. And so then you’ll actually start feeling, looking and living your best. Expect two exciting types of shows. One: a light-hearted conversation with a pro who takes the HELL out of HEALTHY (be it with a smoothie, acupuncture needles, or a non-judgy style of yoga). Two: me venting or answering your questions (which you can submit on partyinmyplants.com/answermyq)! With episodes about plant-based eating, eas ...
 
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As we welcome a new month, new season, and new scent of body wash I’ve been loving (did a little switchie from Dr. Bronner’s lavender to eucalyptus oh and boy oh boy is it sensational) I wanted to touch base with ya -- without touching ya cuz that’s dangerous -- about another little switchie switchie I’ve got going on here. Learn why I changed my I…
 
How does the enneagram relate to personal development? Well, today we find out. Jessica Denise Dickson is a life empowerment Enneagram coach (and Black mermaid) who believes that when Black women heal, the world heals. She joins me to talk about the enneagram as a transformative tool for personal development. I can’t tell you how excited I am about…
 
This is only the third time in Party In My Plants history when I’ve publicly had a threesome - I interviewed TWO guests at the same time, you silly goose! I had an incredible hour talking with Robby and Cyrus which you will hear about in un memento. And for a conversation focused on diabetes, which I initially expected to be boring AF, I surprising…
 
This week I am sharing my conversation with Mike Robbins. Mike Robbins is a speaker and author of five books, including, Bring Your Whole Self to Work and We're All in This Together. I had a bunch of questions ready to ask Mike about his newest book. But our conversation went in an entirely different direction. And for that, I am grateful.In this e…
 
My new friend Susie Moore is an incredibly successful and genuinely glass-half-full kinda beautifully accented gal. Our chat was a necessary breath of fresh air and was chock-full of the kind of life-changing wisdom that I think PIMP listeners crave like cookies. Soul cookies. Easy to digest. Susie’s an kickass coach, writer, TV personality, and au…
 
This week I have an episode featuring Makenna Held. Makenna is someone who is wise beyond her years. She is a writer, educator, and serial entrepreneur. While she's most known for being ‘the woman who bought Julia Child’s house’, that is one of the least interesting things about her. Her business, personal, and leadership coaching is committed to e…
 
My guest today is one of my most cherished friends, Ms. Brittany Piper. You might remember her from episode 118 which I called “A LESSON IN SAYING THANKSFORGIVING US PAIN TO TURN INTO PURPOSE (AND TO TUNE US INTO WELLNESS)” -- it dropped on Thanksgiving, hence that brilliance I came up with right there. Brittany is a powerhouse speaker, an internat…
 
Before we jump into this week's episode, I want to direct your attention to what I mention in the first few minutes of the show. If you've followed me for some time, you know that I have a firm belief that as a white person, it's not okay to teach personal development and wellness without addressing and breaking down your own unconscious biases, as…
 
My guest today is Georgie Morley, a coffee-loving creative and photographer, the host of the Chasing Joy Podcast, and the caring human behind her platform that inspires joy and personal growth through compassion and self-discovery. She loves to share tips, tools and lessons learned all inspired by her own path towards personal growth, wellness, and…
 
Talia Pollock is on the show this week! Talia Pollock is the author of Party In Your Plants, speaker, storyteller, plant-based chef, TV personality, and health and empowerment coach. I was a guest on Talia’s podcast, Party in My Plants, last year. She has a fantastic sense of humor, and we hit off well. Talia has a unique and refreshing approach wh…
 
My friend Jenny Sansouci has been in this wellness game for a loooooong time. I pat myself on the back for being going planty before it was really cool in 2008, but Jenny started her own platform way back in 2006. Not that it’s a comparison game. We know Jenny now as the brains and passion behind Healthy Crush, and now the author of her new spectac…
 
Dr. Samantha Brody, author of Overcoming Overwhelm: Dismantle Your Stress From the Inside Out, is on the show this week. And y’all, who doesn’t deal with overwhelm, right? When she reached out to be on the podcast and told me the title of her book, I thought, “Hell yes, when can we speak?!” Samantha is a licensed naturopathic physician and acupunct…
 
Well, I had the poop doctor back on the show! My earlier chat with Dr. B. was such a breakout HIT that it’s about time I bring him back again. And this round two was as good - if not better - than last time. You let me know. We started off this talk by clarifying right off the bat that Dr. B is more of a tummy doctor than a butt doctor. From there,…
 
Alexia Vernon is on the YKAL podcast this week! Alexia is a sought-after speaking and leadership coach to female (and male) executives, entrepreneurs, media personalities, and change makers who want to spread their ideas, positively impact people’s lives, grow their businesses, and advance their thought leadership. Alexia and I have an amazing conv…
 
If you’re a follower of my work (and self) and a listener of this here show, then you likely know I’ve just made a comeback after spending months in a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad slump. I was depressed, overwhelmed and swimming (like doggy paddle treading) in anxiety that, of course, as our stress does - it turned physical. Tapping, what …
 
This week I have Cara Alwill Leyba on the show! Cara is a long overdue guest, and I am thrilled to introduce you to her. She is a New York City-based creative entrepreneur who encourages women to live their most effervescent lives, celebrates themselves every day, and make their happiness a priority. I love having other guest experts on my show wit…
 
I don’t very often write about or talk on the podcast specifically to coaches. Personal development is my game, BUT, I know there is a decent amount of you that listen to the podcast as well as those of you who are interested in pursuing this profession. First, the world needs more great coaches. This pandemic has whispered in all of our ears how p…
 
Wowie kazowie my first book, “Party in Your Plants” is outie! And is sitting pretty as a #1 Bestselling New Release for over 2 weeks straight now on Amazon. Today I’m gonna introduce you to it. Literally, by reading the introduction… and other fun parts that illustrate 9 ways my book, “Party in Your Plants” will empower you to eat more plants! Beca…
 
Today I have an interesting episode for you. When Robert Kandell approached me to be on my podcast, I was like, “Wait, whaatttt, who is this guy?” I started looking into his work and he also sent me a copy of his book; I knew I had to have him on the show. He is known as “The Modern Mantor,” is an interpersonal communications and relationship exper…
 
Jennifer Louden is a pioneer in the life coaching industry and author of the upcoming book, Why Bother?. I don’t know about you, but I think the title and topic of her book are incredibly timely. As we watch world events unfold, many are probably thinking things like, “Why bother to do that project right now?” Or “Why bother speaking up about the t…
 
I’m excited to present a new monthly installment of LAUGH WITH YOUR MOUTH FULL! Lighthearted real life chit chats with smart and articulate people I love while we eat healthy planty foods we love. This episode explores how three of my dearest friends and I are doing our best to healthfully navigate this scary season of Coronavirus quaranatine. At t…
 
Amy Ahlers returns to the Your Kick-Ass Life podcast! She has been a life coach for many, many years and is a dear friend of mine. She is a master women’s leadership and life coach, keynote speaker, and the bestselling author of Big Fat Lies Women Tell Themselves and Reform Your Inner Mean Girl. Amy is on a mission to STOP women from self-bullying …
 
So you’ll hear in a lot of upcoming podcast episodes in which I’m the guest on other peoples’ shows talking about my book, Party in Your Plants, about the coconut smoothie that set me on my plant-party path, and how since that was in 2008 before instagram, youtube, and blogging was really a thing, I learned about eating plants through sitting in Ba…
 
This week’s guest is a certified life coach, Liz Applegate. I’ve been wanting to introduce you to Liz because she is my lead coach here at Your Kick-Ass Life! (I so rarely use exclamation marks, so please know, this is very exciting!) She was hand-selected to assist me with my private coaching clients and I could not be more thrilled to have someon…
 
This episode is a mixed bag of topics! First, I talk about how exhausted you might be, and not understand why. Most of us are emotionally and mentally exhausted, so if you need a nap, this is why. Next, I move on to values. Values are still important, even though you’re probably not living your life like you were the last time you did values work.I…
 
Friend, if you had asked me about the state of my podcast weeks ago like my podcast assistant did over email, my husband did in long car rides, diehard listeners did on IG, and my best friends did over ABCV’s butter beans that taste like bacon (Neal Harden, executive chef of ABCV and friend who wrote a big blurb for my book -- you are a plant geniu…
 
I’ve known Sam Bennet for many years now. She’s a writer, speaker, actor, and creativity-productivity specialist as well as the author of the best-selling books, Get It Done and Start Right Where You Are. Sam is the creator of the Organized Artist Company where she helps creative individuals get unstuck and move forward with their goals. She is suc…
 
I want to start this episode by telling you about two resources you may or may not know about. The United Way Emergency Relief Fund is there to help, click here to check it out and apply locally if you are in need. And if you have extra, you can help by donating here. Glennon Doyle, along with her sister, run Together Rising, a non-profit that help…
 
Last week I sent out two episodes to help you cope through these uncertain times. You can find them here and here. I’ll be airing another one later this week. But, today, I wanted to put out a regular interview. While we are overwhelmed with heightened anxiety and unsure of what will come next, many may be looking for a reprieve; just 45 minutes to…
 
Well, first and foremost, I hope you are well, taking care of yourself, and taking care of your loved ones and community if you can. During these uncertain times, that’s the main thing we all need to focus on. Before I get into what’s on this extra-bonus episode this week, I wanted to urge you to take social distancing very seriously. If you haven’…
 
Originally I had an interview set to go out to you today, but since the world had other plans, we’ve adjusted. I want to start out by saying the health and safety of you and your family is what’s MOST important right now. In this podcast episode, I’m going to be talking about how coronavirus is potentially impacting your life, so I just want to mak…
 
This week we dive into another coaching episode, this time with a woman named Rebecca. She is a speech pathologist living in the NYC area. She has been through The Mentorship Masterclass with me and continues to do the work; because the work never stops. In this episode, Rebecca opens up about her struggles with self-doubt. She shares her experienc…
 
This week on the show we’re hearing from podcast listeners! I know you like to hear stories from women in the YKAL community once in awhile, so I’ve brought you a few of them. You might hear some of yourself in their stories! All of these women share their journey from being a podcast listener and self-help book reader, to diving in deeper. Dana, K…
 
I have another Conversations About Shit That Matters with Unqualified People for you. This week my friend, Nicole Whiting, joins me to talk about some of the life lessons we’ve learned from challenging times (including divorce, suicide, and love addiction). By the way, Nicole is my lead facilitator for the next iteration of Mentorship Masterclass! …
 
This week on the podcast I turned the mic on after a moment of feeling inspired and riffed for about 30 minutes or so about the fear of shining too bright. Every once in a while I feel like there’s a podcast episode I REALLY want you to hear, and this is one of them. Because I honest to goodness think we all struggle here. Our culture tells us not …
 
Jeanette LeBlanc is back on the YKAL podcast! She is the author of You Are Not Too Much: Love Notes of Heartache, Redemption, and Reclamation. Through her work, her writing, and today’s conversation, she offers a different take on how to reclaim your wants, needs, and desires. (We’re doing a GIVEAWAY of Jeanette’s book, so make sure you listen to k…
 
This week I have another coaching episode for you, on the topic of money. A few months ago Melanie joined me for a two-part coaching session on money and self-worth. But, the topic of money varies widely, from person to person. In fact, the topic of money is always nuanced and deeply personal. In this episode, Erica, who was in my signature program…
 
This week I welcome Dr. Valerie Rein to the YKAL podcast. Dr. Valerie discovered Patriarchy Stress Disorder (PSD) and created the only science-backed system for helping women achieve their ultimate success, happiness, and fulfillment by healing the collective, inherited trauma of oppression. She is also the author of Patriarchy Stress Disorder: The…
 
If Caroline Dooner’s name rings a bell, it’s probably because you’re heard of her book, or her massive movement called the “The F*ck It Diet.” Yes, she may have given me anxiety as I listened to her long and yo-yoing journey with dieting, but the way she now shits on the inherent flaws of dieting and diet culture (which she backs with so much sound…
 
You know how health is wealth? Well, as my phenomenal functional medicine practitioner friend Dr. Will Cole says in this chat: you don’t have to be wealthy to be healthy. Dr. Cole, or Will, is doc who relies little on prescriptions on mucho on natural fixes. He’s obsessed with finding the roots of health problems and honestly, in this chat I became…
 
At the end of 2019, Facebook memories told me I posted this 10 years ago... I found it so interesting that I’d posted this (I don’t at all remember what was going on that day), as the decade that was approaching did end up being a decade of tremendous change for me. Seeing this prompted me to think about the entire decade and do a “decade in review…
 
It’s been a minute since I brought you an episode of Conversations About Shit That Matters with Unqualified People. If you’ve been hanging on to the edge of your seat waiting for the next one to appear in your podcast feed, well, today is your lucky day. Conversations About Shit That Matters is back! If you are new to this series, it features candi…
 
You know that saying “put your money where your mouth is?” well my guest today puts her science where her mouth is. And puts nutritious plants in the bodies of athletes. So they can put trophies on their mantels and pride in their hearts..? Well, Angie Asche is a sports dietitian and one super smart dairy free cookie. Angie’s been a plant partier h…
 
Last week I sent out an email telling you all that January 2nd was the second birthday for How to Stop Feeling Like Shit. Over 170,000 copies sold and more than half of those are the audiobook version. It fills my heart with immense gratitude knowing that so many of you have read or listened to HTSFLS. In this podcast episode, I go over what shame …
 
It’s been almost a year since I had this chat but I cannot stop bugging out about what I learned from it, which is why it’s making it to the top 5 best podcast episodes of 2019. Carly Stein, the founder of Beekeepers Naturals, a company that makes practical products from superfoods from the hive, is hands down, legs up, the bees knees. And not just…
 
This week on the podcast, I am re-broadcasting my conversation with Keith McArthur because NEW YEAR NEW YOU, right? Keith is the author of the book, “Winning Resolutions: Achieve Your Biggest Goals and Wildest Dreams Once and For All.” He’s also the creator of My Instruction Manual, a website, podcast and book series providing high-quality personal…
 
Today’s episode is a re-broadcast of the PIMP’s top episode of 2019, which just so happened to come out as the first episode of 2019. This is like a colonic of a chat. A colonic for your stress and worries and anxiety...or at least the way you view them. Flush those old patterns right out of ya. I cannot get enough of my guest Sarah Knight’s hilari…
 
Announcement! Not Another Self-Help Podcast is coming! Amy and I need your personal development questions so hit us up here. Also, we’d be honored if you listened to our first two episodes which drop Friday, January 3rd! Two weeks ago was all about looking back on not just 2019, but the entire decade that’s ending. If you haven’t listened to that o…
 
You’re listening to the PIMP podcast and if you’ve never considered focusing on your furnishings as much as you do your forkings, I’m hoping this quick chat might change that. Because, you know how I’m always talking about how my food philosophy is to choose foods based on how they make you feel? Well it was a shocking revelation as I just finished…
 
As soon as I met this week’s guest, I knew I had to have her on the podcast. That is why I am thrilled to introduce you to Jessica Graham. She is a spiritual and sexual activist, author of the book, Good Sex: Getting Off without Checking Out, meditation teacher, and sex and intimacy guide. I first met Jessica when we had a chance meeting, in a cab,…
 
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