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Self-Care Sunday is a weekly podcast hosted by Kayley Reed, as she explores the relationship between mental health, entrepreneurship, social media, and self-care. From sharing personal struggles, to interviewing female entrepreneurs, influencers, and artists - Self-Care Sunday exists as an authentic inquiry into what it means to take care of yourself as a woman in the digital age.
 
Beauty is a gift that we are all born with. In all, it’s inherent and in some it’s transparent. Our environment and our experiences greatly affect and determine how we perceive and manifest beauty. Beauty is an energy that’s brilliant and contagious, and diffuses from the inside out. It’s luminosity is affected by everything we do; the way we eat, the way we speak, the way we feel, the way we perceive and conceive. Beauty is in you. You are beautiful. A certified health and wellness coach, a ...
 
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Cara Natterson is a a pediatrician and New York times bestselling author of the Care and Keeping Of You series with over 7 million copies in print. In 2020, she launched OOMLA, a brand dedicated to making puberty comfortable through apparel.In today's episode, we chat about:- her journey as an MD and how she came to partner with American Girl on th…
 
Are you team filters, or no filters? We all know that social media is a highlight reel - but how do the images we consume everyday impact our mental health? And how can we improve media literacy for young people?In this episode, Kayley discusses: - her personal thoughts on Instagram filters- what ever happened to the Concerned Children's Advertiser…
 
Sponsored by #MeandIUCIn this episode, Kayley interviews Dr. Julie Thorne, an OB-GYN and family planning lead at Women’s College Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. We discuss: - common questions about birth control & choosing the right option for you- stigmatized health issues and why we need to talk about them- how reproductive health h…
 
Why I quit modelling, how the industry affected my mental health, and the pursuit of perfection across social media & the influencer industry.---LINKSthredup: https://www.thredup.com/Online thrifting tips: https://youtu.be/EfX_AEioboAInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/selfcaresunday/By Kayley Reed
 
This week's episode is an interview with interior designer, Jessica Velazquez. Jessica Velazquez studied Interior Design in Toronto, a field she combined with real estate when she returned to her native country of Panama. For years, Jessica was known as the realtor-designer by the many expats retiring there. Her background helped them envision the …
 
today's episode is a life update!- from solopreneur to hiring a team- why I took a break from podcasting- highlights from Q1 like working with Calm- my love/hate relationship with tiktokWeekly recommendations: Book: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert (order here: amzn.to/349XjmY)Podcast: Oprah's Super Soul episode with Elizabeth Gilbert (listen here :h…
 
Part 3! I'm sharing lessons learned in self-care + business. From co-founding my first startup at 20 years old, to now growing an influencer agency (team of 5!). Self-Care Sunday pick of the week: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert. I recommend this book to all creatives! A must-read. Order it here: https://amzn.to/349XjmYFollow Kayley on IG: https://w…
 
Part 2! In this episode I'm sharing lessons learned in relationships & friendships. From thoughts on "the one", to identifying toxic behaviour and setting boundaries. xFor Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/selfcaresunday/100-lessons-learned-1FOLLOW ON IG:www.instagram.com/selfcaresunday/SUBSCRIBE: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqe5nQz0POCVod2JSKU…
 
In today's episode, I chat with Natalie Held (https://www.instagram.com/natateaaa/) about the crossover between fandoms, politics & activism. We talk about the power of connecting through fandoms like One Direction, how our experience in fandoms has played a role in building our careers, and why it's inherently sexist to dismiss "fangirls" as frivo…
 
Kristin Corpuz is a full-time editorial writer and content creator having written for publications and brands such as Allure, Glamour, Billboard, Mejuri, Nudestix and Summer Fridays. She's covered New York Fashion Week and interviewed notable celebs like Hilary Duff, Shonda Rhimes, Dua Lipa, Kesha and Steve Madden. Now she's launching her own platf…
 
Saving money is self-care! This episode was born out of my own self-care during Cyber Weekend, dealing with the bombardment of sales on social media, the expectation of over consumerism during the holidays, and the anxiety and guilt that I think a lot of us face when it comes to money.First and foremost, shop local when you can and support small bu…
 
Charli D'Amelio recently became the first person to hit 100million followers on Tiktok. Just days before that, she had lost 1 million followers and faced death threats for a silly Youtube video. In this episode, Kayley dives into: - what happened / the video in question- dissecting the internet's overreaction- thoughts on cancel culture, the influe…
 
In this episode, Kayley answers 10 questions about her job, submitted by a university student at Mount St Vincent."You realize that no one really cares other than you. Everybody else is caught up in their own things, so even if your business were to flop or fail, it feels all-consuming in the moment… But as you get older you realize that what's all…
 
@yourgirlkarly is a full-time content creator with over 200k+ followers on Tiktok and 20k+ on Instagram. She is also the host of the Hey B*tches podcast, an award-nominated show on sexual wellness & dating.In this episode, we discuss: - how she went from running the social media for West Edmonton Mall, to being a full-time influencer - why she chos…
 
You may know her as "Taylor from Later" in your inbox, and today we're getting to know her identity outside of work. @taylor.loren has had an impressive career in social media - from Hootsuite to Later - but recently left her dream job after experiencing burnout. In today's episode, we talk about:- why she dropped out of university for an internshi…
 
In this week's episode, I wanted to take you into the last month of my life, what I've been working on, and share insights & lessons learned. From planning another Daydreamers event, to speaking at LaterCon, and working on influencer strategy for a new show: Happy Hazel. This episode is a bit of an audio journal :) ---Watch my Daydreamers vlog: htt…
 
In this episode, I'm taking you way back to when I was 18 on tumblr. I started a One Direction ship account that grew by 10,000 followers over the summer and led me to writing fanfiction for hundreds of submissions. Somehow, that anonymous blog years ago led me to revisiting fanfic as self-care during quarantine in 2020... READ GILMORE GIRLS FANFIC…
 
Ashley Dawn is a Registered Nurse turned business owner with a passion for helping women elevate their skincare routine through the aging process. She is a firm believer in preventative skincare, and helps patients understand the world of injectables with her company, Kynd Skin. In this episode, we discuss:- why she worked in a Northern Nunavut for…
 
Freelancers, influencers, and others in creative industries are often underpaid - or not paid at all - in exchange for "experience" and "exposure." As these industries grow, it's so important to learn our own value, and start saying "no" to projects and collaborations that don't match the time we're putting in, let alone the value of our audience a…
 
If you are thinking of hosting an event or launching a creative project, want insights on working with a new business partner, or are interested in learning more about Daydreamers Collective (and maybe come to a future event if you couldn't make it to this one!), this episode is for you. Dani (episode 86) and I hosted Daydreaming 101 this past week…
 
Dani Anderson (https://www.instagram.com/daniandersonyyc/) is an event planner, mother, and creative entrepreneur who will soon be launching her luxury artisan jewelry line: Primas (https://www.instagram.com/primas_co/). Together, Dani and I have created Daydreamers Collective: an event series for creatives and small business owners to be inspired,…
 
Current thoughts on manifestation and mental health! - is manifestation a privileged concept?- how can you manifest when you're depressed?If you like this episode, you might also like my conversation with Lauren Toyota where we discuss meditation & big magic (Episode 48: https://soundcloud.com/selfcaresunday/48-lauren-toyota-hot-for-food-from-mtv-t…
 
If you haven't listened to Part 1 (Episode 83), it will provide more context to today's conversation. Three black content creators have joined me to share their experiences and advice on how white people can be better allies, so please use this episode as a resource, and share. The voices you'll hear in this episode are: - Karly (https://www.instag…
 
This episode is for my white listeners. Three black content creators have joined me to share their experiences and advice on how white people can be better allies, so please use this episode as a resource, and share. The voices you'll hear in this episode are: - Karly (https://www.instagram.com/yourgirlkarly/)- Tanisha (https://www.instagram.com/ta…
 
Watch the video interview here: https://youtu.be/8tE2bmz1Hy8Today's guest is Bailey Parnell (https://www.instagram.com/baileyparnell/). Bailey was named one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women, is the founder and CEO of SkillsCamp, and is a TEDx Speaker with nearly 2 million views. Bailey did her Masters in Communications and Culture at Ryerson…
 
Today's guest is content creator, Maria José of @aglimpseofmaria (https://www.instagram.com/aglimpseofmaria/). We met a few months ago and she came on my first trip to New York Fashion Week in Sept 2019. Beyond her creativity, I've also been inspired by her commitment to self-development. In this episode, we discuss: - Maria's upbringing and her im…
 
Addie Van Rijn is one of my good friends who has been on the podcast before in Episode 2 (her experience as a model and mental health advocate) and Episode 39 (our dating lives). In this episode, Addie and I discuss: - her work trip to the Philippines (and coming home early due to Covid-19)- how living abroad changed her perspective on many things-…
 
Last Tuesday, I got a call asking if I wanted to help launch John Krasinski's Some Good News show on Tiktok. The past five days have been surreal, to say the least. In today's episode, I share my experience of working with the SGN team. We launched the @somegoodnewsofficial Tiktok account on Wednesday, and geared up for SGN Prom on Friday. John wan…
 
Today's episode is another interview with my friend, Canadian fashion designer Dee Silkie (http://instagram.com/deesilkie). She's been a guest on the podcast before, in Episode 31 Talking Taboos: Money and Religion (https://soundcloud.com/selfcaresunday/31-creativity-christianity-with-dee-silkie) and Episode 57: Fashion Sustainability Series (https…
 
Today's episode is a bit of a reflection over the last 22 (!) days of social distancing.- getting real about feeling low and unfocused- some things that have been keeping me sane during social distancing- how live streaming has helped me feel more connected and less alone ---Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/selfcaresundayShop sustainable…
 
I recently had a day-in-the-life vlog go viral on Tiktok, and have been getting so many questions about my job - so when Jaida (@jaidabathy_ on IG) reached out to interview, I thought it'd be perfect to turn it into a podcast episode for your FAQ!In this episode we discuss: - what I actually do in my job- advice to excel as a content creator- what …
 
Kelly U (@_kellyu on instagram) is a self-love advocate and content creator whose positive voice has gathered a following of 130k+. She is also one of the influencers I manage under Hermana, and I'm so excited to be able to share her story with you. In this episode, we discuss: -- Kelly's journey - opening up about her mental health, and the road t…
 
Mariam (https://www.instagram.com/rahmanbeauty/) is a Canadian-Pakistani beauty blogger with over 500k followers on Instagram. She is known for incorporating both of her cultures together in her photos and artistry, and has worked with brands such as L'Oreal, Pretty Little Thing, Armani Beauty, Urban Decay Cosmetics, and many more. In this episode,…
 
Hayley Herms (https://www.instagram.com/hayleyhermsofficial/) is a model, singer-songwriter, and actress who was recently on Khloe Kardashian's controversial reality TV show, Revenge Body. In this episode Hayley opens up about: - her mother's death and why it motivated her to go on Revenge Body- the intense casting and application process for the s…
 
A lot happened in October! This episode is a bit of a *LIFE UPDATE* career wise (time stamps below):2:06 - How I got into the influencer space6:17 - How I got featured in a Huffington post article9:51 - What happened after the article went live?14:45 - I decided to open an influencer agency!!!17:42 - What does this mean for me going forward?---MEJU…
 
This episode is a conversation with Katie Davey, host of the Femme Wonk podcast (https://www.femmewonk.com/). Katie has served as Director of Policy and Stakeholder Relation at the Office of the Official Opposition in New Brunswick, and Senior Advisor for Policy and Stakeholder Engagement in the New Brunswick Premier’s Office. Basically, this girl …
 
If you've been feeling overwhelmed lately, me too. This episode gets a little vulnerable with my own life updates. Plus, we dive into self-competition, feeling like you're not accomplishing enough (even when you have a million things going on in your life), and shedding layers to get to the core of your best self.…
 
If you don't know who Allie Beckwith is (@alliebeckwith) go back and listen to Episode 4: https://soundcloud.com/selfcaresunday/4-allie-beckwith-influencer-artist-photographerLast week Allie was visiting from New Brunswick, and we recorded this episode at the Ramada Downtown Calgary, sitting in house robes and drinking champagne. We talk about our …
 
Tina Trupiano is a fashion designer based in New York City. After graduating from Parsons New School of Design in 2008, she worked her way up in the industry, and recently launched her namesake label: Tina Trupiano (https://tinatrupiano.com/) In this episode, we talk about the realities behind the scenes of being a budding designer, the financial s…
 
Fashion Sustainability Series Episode # 3Laila is the Vancouver based designer behind the sustainable and ethically made brand, Harly Jae: https://harlyjae.com/In this episode, we talk about: - her story from fashion school to young designer - why she chose ethical manufacturing in Canada- the challenges of entrepreneurship - how to sustainably sty…
 
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