In this latest episode of Jason’s podcast, he talks with natural wellbeing expert, radio presenter and No.1 best selling author Janey Lee Grace.Janey has been a co-host on BBC Radio 2’s 'Steve Wright in the Afternoon' show for 21 years. She’s passionate about all things holistic, from organic food & clothing to chemical-free cleaning & natural beauty products.Over three years ago, she quit drinking for good and has never looked back. Now on a mission to show that 'sobriety rocks' — if you’re sober curious, or looking to clean up your lifestyle —this is a MUST-listen.
Ep 051: [Spring(back) Series] Why so much comes back to feeling not good enough, with radio presenter Janey Lee Grace
Big Juicy Creative
Janey Lee Grace is best known for her job presenting BBC Radio 2 alongside Steve Wright in the afternoons. But she's also a best selling author, an eco campaigner, a visibility coach, and a podcaster, hosting the Alcohol Free Life. She draws very honestly on her experiences revealing that, despite the successful facade, underneath it she was struggling hugely with self-worth. She says this lack of self-worth, which leads to a lack of self-care, is at the core of so many problems, including a reliance on alcohol to feel better - and she has lots of practical advice about how to overcome this all-too-common feeling. I have to admit, after a hard day juggling homeschool and work I was fantasizing about a large G&T.... This episode totally made me rethink that strategy because, while I thought it would make me feel better, Janey explained why it doesn't, and why she's not a fan of the Mums Wine Club culture in particular. Where you can find Janey: https://janeyleegrace.com/ https://www.instagram.com/janeyleegrace https://www.facebook.com/janeyleegraceloves/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/janeyleegrace/ Buy her book Happy Healthy Sober To follow Big Juicy Creative for loads of inspiration on living creatively, see: Instagram: @bigjuicycreativeliving Facebook @bigjuicycreativeliving LinkedIn: @suzybashford Twitter: @suzybashford contact Suzy: firstname.lastname@example.org Big Juicy Creative podcast is available on all major platforms, such as Apple Podcasts and Spotify, or directly from my website: https://www.bigjuicycreative.co.uk/podcast
Love Sober Podcast Episode 120 Guest Janey Lee Grace
Love Sober Podcast
In this week's podcast we welcome sober star, Janey Lee Grace. Janey is a BBC Radio presenter, speaker, NLP practitioner, grey area drinking recovery coach, founder of The Sober Club and author of several best selling books. The new book is Happy Healthy Sober - ditch the booze and take control of your life. Connect with Janey at the following: www.thesoberclub.com facebook@janeyleegraceloves instagram@janeyleegrace Happy Healthy Sober
EP 51 - Janey Lee Grace - Ditch The Booze and Upscale Your Life
The Parent & Teen Toolbox
Are you struggling? Parenting can be so hard, right? Our lives are so stressful and chaotic. There’s so much to juggle. Maybe the only “fun” that you seem to get is the chilled glass of sauvignon at the end of the day? Or are you a gin aficionado? The thing is booze is not the “answer to all your problems”. That in itself is an oxymoron. In this episode, Janey and I discuss the joys (and yes, I do mean JOYS) of ditching the booze. This is not a preachy episode by any stretch of the imagination - but it shines a light on the life that you could enjoy without focusing on the next drink. Janey discusses how you can successfully pave the way to upscale your sober life. ~~~~~ More about Janey Lee Grace : Janey Lee Grace is an Amazon No 1 Best-selling author, speaker, and co-presenter on the UK’s biggest radio show, BBC Radio 2’s Steve Wright in the Afternoon. She runs the popular recommendations blog www.imperfectlynatural.com Janey has written five books on Holistic living including the number One Amazon bestseller Imperfectly Natural Woman and the latest book has just been published. Happy Healthy Sober – Ditch the booze and take control of your life encourages everyone to look again at their relationship with alcohol. After ditching the booze Janey launched a podcast ‘Alcohol-Free Life’ focusing on sober self-care, she gave a TEDx talk Sobriety Rocks- Who Knew! in July 2019 and launched The Sober Club a membership portal and community for people who are committed to sobriety and want to ‘upscale’ their life without the booze and focus on health and wellbeing. Janey is passionate about encouraging people to ditch the chemicals, focus on great nutrition, self-care, and finding their purpose as she found for herself that quitting the booze was the missing link in the ‘holistic living’ picture. The Sober Club : www.thesoberclub.com TEDx Talk : Sobriety Rocks - Who Knew! : https://youtu.be/NktRXVUmQC8 Happy Healthy Sober : Available on Amazon Blog : www.imperfectlynatural.com Website : www.janeyleegrace.com ~~~~~ * Breathing Through BIG Emotions : This course offers you tools to combat : * Overwhelm * Stress * Anxieties * Tension Breathe Through Your Big Emotions 📍 www.caigraham.com/breathe If you are looking for support at a deeper level for your child, then please book a call with me. Invariably they might only need a couple of sessions. But if we can give our kids the tools to improve their emotional wellbeing NOW - then you’re more likely to alleviate the longer term damage to their mental health. 📍 www.caigraham.com/teencall ~~~~~ * Three Questions to Ask Your Uncommunicative Child : All too often parents say to me : “My child won’t speak to me” or “I know something’s not quite right - but they won’t tell me what’s wrong.” Well, I have a resource for you. Download this FREE Resource : 📍www.caigraham.com/threequestions It will help you reconnect with your child quickly and easily; and in a way that will not drive them to their bedroom to avoid you! Details of all further podcasts can be found on my website : 📍www.caigraham.com/podcast Please also have a look at my YouTube channel for additional support. 📍 www.caigraham.com/youtube * If you need to get in touch - Please email me at email@example.com Music Credits : MBB : https://soundcloud.com/mbbofficial/happy
Today Alex and Lisa speak to Janey Lee Grace about her latest book, Happy, Healthy Sober, which takes a holistic look at sobriety. Janey Lee Grace is an Amazon No 1 Best-selling author, commentator, and co-presenter on the UK’s biggest radio show, BBC Radio 2’s Steve Wright in the Afternoon. Previously she was a backing singer with George Michael and Wham, Kim Wilde, Boy George and had her own Number 8 chart hit with 7 Ways to Love as Cola Boy. Please check out our new website www.beesoberofficial.com. You can also check out the following link to find out more of what we are up to, you can sign up to our newsletter, join our Facebook group and subscribe to our YouTube channel - linktr.ee/beesober Find Janey here: www.imperfectlynatural.com Janey has written six books on Holistic living including the number One Amazon best seller Imperfectly Natural Woman and currently writes columns for many magazines, and offers PR and media training. She hosts the annual Janey Loves Platinum Awards to recognise the best in natural and organic products and services. After ditching the booze in January 2018 Janey has launched a podcast ‘Alcohol Free Life’ and runs The Sober Club focusing on sober self-care. www.thesoberclub.com In today’s bonus episode we talk about how to remain calm and resilient in the panic and techniques to use to maintain and protect your sobriety. A few useful tools mentioned in the podcast: Janey’s TEDx Talk Sobriety Rocks – Who Knew! https://youtu.be/NktRXVUmQC8 Janey’s free meditation, it’s super short and simple https://www.thesoberclub.com/change-the-frequency-meditation/ A useful blog post too https://www.thesoberclub.com/create-your-corona-virus-toolkit/ For extra support and to find out more about Janey’s work, visit www.thesoberclub.com and check out Janey’s group for additional support! Season three is sponsored by IPHM, The International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine, an International Accreditation Board for Holistic, Complementary, Alternative, Beauty Therapists and Training Providers & Counsellors. Visit their website here for more information: https://www.iphm.co.uk/ Additional links: Nacoa: https://www.nacoa.org.uk/ AA https://aa.org/ Al Anon https://al-anon.org/ Luna Courses: https://www.lunacourses.com/ Use code BEESOBER20 to receive £20 off any course over £50 15% off Nocktail use BEESOBER at checkout https://www.nocktail.com 10% off Noughty AF wine use BEESOBER10 at checkout https://thomsonandscott.com/products/noughty-alcohol-free-sparkling-wine Buy a range of AF drinks from The Dry Drinker https://scripts.affiliatefuture.com/AFClick.asp?affiliateID=348247&merchantID=7264&programmeID=26735&mediaID=-1&tracking=&url=
Janey Lee Grace - TIWIK about staying sober. S3. Ep 14.
Things I Wish I'd Known
To end this season of Things I Wish I'd Known (I know I am sad too!) I'm speaking with Janey Lee Grace. She has done so many things in her life, it's almost difficult to create an intro for her. During this episode, we discuss the fear of losing control and the pressure on Mum’s when it comes to alcohol. We chat about the need and excitement we both feel for the new alcohol-free alternatives that stop you from drinking diet coke all night and how we will leave a party if it’s sh*t because without alcohol you tend to notice much earlier :-) Janey shares her journey from numbing out uncomfortable emotions with booze, and the shock she felt when she realised the links between anxiety and alcohol, to ditching the booze for more contentment and calm. This is a must-listen for anyone who is sober or sober curious. Janey's a regular presenter on Radio 2, an author of several books, including her latest one, Look great naturally without the ditching the lipstick. She hosts her own podcast, The alcohol-free life, which I've been lucky enough to guest on (listen here). Runs the Sober Club membership and is a presenter and speaker who is passionate about ditching the booze and living a healthier lifestyle. You can find out more about her here: https://janeyleegrace.com/
#43 Issue 5 of the Happy Hormones magazine; Jenny Eclair, Janey Lee Grace & much more!
Happy Hormones Podcast
In this podcast, I'm highlighting what's in Issue 5 of the Happy Hormones magazine, including;* Comedian and author Jenny Eclair talking about her hilarious new book ‘Older and Wider’.* Radio 2 presenter, author and 'Imperfectly Natural' Janey Lee Grace talks about her decision to ditch the booze and embrace an alcohol-free lifestyle. * Sleep expert, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan talks to us about her own personal battles with insomnia and mental health issues, and shares her top 5 tips to sleep better.* Nutritionist Le’Nise Brothers breaks the taboo around fibroids, and how black women are disproportionately affected. * Laura Willis from Shine Offline shares how to improve our relationship with technology, and nutritionist and yoga teacher Gabriella Espinosa shares how she incorporates menopause yoga in her practice to support women holistically.* And tons more!It's packed full of information and tools to support women going through hormone imbalances at any age.Read it here; https://happyhormonesforlife.com/magazine-home
#35 How to ditch the booze and enjoy an alcohol free lifestyle - with Janey Lee Grace
Happy Hormones Podcast
Have you stopped drinking alcohol? Or thought about going alcohol free? Well Janey Lee Grace went ahead and ditched the booze two and a half years ago, and has never felt better. Here's what she had to say about her experience and why she has set up The Sober Club to support others. www.thesoberclub.com
Janey Lee Grace is an Amazon No 1 Best-selling author, commentator, and co-presenter on the UK’s biggest radio show, BBC Radio 2’s Steve Wright in the Afternoon. Previously she was a backing singer with George Michael and Wham!, Kim Wilde, Boy George and had her own Number 8 chart hit with 7 Ways to Love as Cola Boy. Janey has written five books on Holistic living including the number One Amazon best seller Imperfectly Natural Woman and currently writes columns for many magazines, and offers PR and media training. She hosts the annual Janey Loves Platinum Awards to recognise the best in natural and organic products and services. After ditching the booze in January 2018 Janey has launched a podcast ‘Alcohol Free Life’ and runs The Sober Club focusing on sober self-care. In todays episode: “Alcohol is the only drug we have to normalise not taking” Alcohol is ingrained in our culture for all manner of social occasions ‘Grey area drinkers’ - there’s a broad scale of people’s relationship with alcohol Rather than asking “am I drinking too much”, ask “would my life be physically and mentally better without alcohol” The link with anxiety It might be difficult in the initial phase of ditching alcohol Benefits are so widespread including weight regulation, or less concern about weight, and improvements to sleep, skin and joints Mental benefits included a renewed sense of hope and clarity, and feeling brave enough to do something they’ve always wanted to do such as starting a business or travelling or doing something creative “Alcohol steals your joy and being sober can make you brave” Janey started The Sober Club as she realised there were lots of resources to help people stop drinking alcohol, but she wanted to align with her experience of holistic living (e.g mindset, meditation, self-love) Stopping the term ‘giving up drinking’ as you’re never giving up anything. Janey uses the term “ditch the booze” instead Janey had tried to ditch the booze for many years. She interviewed many Hay House authors and the conversation was often about self-love, but she wasn’t practicing it herself. She describes it as inauthentic as she was controlled by alcohol and didn’t know how to stop Clare Pooley’s book : The Sober Diaries helped Janey to stop drinking alcohol on New Year’s Eve Deprivation isn’t a good tactic psychologically. The new approach to sobriety spins this on its head for a more positive approach The fear of being ‘sober shamed’ for not drinking alcohol Prepping in advance by telling people that you’re not drinking (for whatever reason you choose) and calling the venue ahead and seeing if there are some alcohol-free options The rise in alcohol-free drinks for grown-ups Your good friends will support you in not drinking alcohol, and if they don’t, it’s time to cut them loose 0% alcohol is the biggest area of growth for some drinks brands Some people replace alcohol with sugar. The craving for sugar can be a chemical imbalance that requires support Turning to exercise can be a good replacement for dopamine as well as other aspects of self-care such as yoga, walking in nature, meditation, hypnotherapy Sitting in stillness even for 5 minutes is helpful and can then be increased over time It can be confronting to engage with feelings instead of numbing out with alcohol The brain isn’t fully developed until 21, so drinking before that age is damaging Alcohol is linked with over 200 illnesses, including 7 types of cancer, not including mental health issues The impact on others Alcohol is the number 1 most harmful drug David Nutt’s book ‘Drink? : The New Science of Alcohol and Your Health’ Lifesearch did a survey where they found that 24 million people self-medicate with drink and drugs Seek professional help if you are clinically dependent on alcohol Mindful drinking A period of total abstinence (at least 30-90 days) rather than just reducing intake The Sober Club Janey Lee Grace Imperfectly Natural TED Talk: ‘Sobriety Rocks - Who Knew’ Janey’s Podcast - Alcohol Free Life