In this episode I talk to Sarah Starrs about how living in tune with your menstrual cycle and the seasons will help you to parent better and educate your kids to be happier too. Sarah is passionate about cyclic living, peaceful parenting, and ensuring that there's a livable planet for her son to grow up on. Her 'slashie' career includes writing, online course creation, and virtual assistant support for small businesses. She's a home educating, stay-at-home mama and a bit obsessed with Shonda Rhimes shows. To find out about Sarah’s virtual assistant course and cyclical parenting, pop over to sarahstarrs.com You can find her new #OneHourForTheClimate project on Instagram @Sarahstarrs_ I'd love to hear about your parenting dilemmas over on Instagram Don't forget to have a look at my website where you'll find a wealth of free resources.You will find the podcast on Spotify, iTunes and all major platforms, just search for 'Life - An Inside Job'. If you enjoyed the episode yourself, then it would be fab if you shared it with a friend or with your community on social media.MusicTrust Me (instrumental) by RYYZNCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / StreamMusic promoted by Audio LibraryArtworkPortrait by Lori Fitzdoodles
Find full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e12 In this week's episode I chat with Sarah Starrs about how she became such a kick-ass virtual assistant (VA), navigating childcare, beating the ups and downs of freelancer income. She started out blogging and creating courses/coaching before burning out and taking a meander into nannying (we talk about that more here) before she settled into VA life. Sarah is a truly incredible VA and I love how she gets over the feast to famine using client retainers. It's my usual no-BS chat with some excellent and seriously practical advice thrown in for anyone who wants to hire a VA or become one. Hope you enjoy the episode! L x
This week I get to chat with my long-time fangirl crush and fellow podcaster Sarah Starrs. We delve into a little bit of woo-woo and talk about the struggles of working out of flow (especially when you have a baby!). Sarah is such a unicorn. She's Canadian, so that makes her intrinsically amazing but on top of that she is just a really kind, interesting human who I could have chatted to for hours. If you're a new mama, or you've been feeling like you're working against your natural rhythms, this is the episode for you. Where you can find Sarah: Her Blog: http://ofthemoon.co.uk Her Podcast: http://www.sarahstarrs.com/podcast/ Twitter: @sarahstarrs_ Instagram: @sarahstarrs_ L x
Sarah Starrs talks about living in Liverpool and how it has re-energised her, given her a place of flow, inspired her and allowed her the space she needs to be creative. She also shares some struggles she had with burnout and how she dealt with it.
Episode 15: Becoming a virtual assistant with Sarah Starrs
The Aligned Business™ Podcast with Kelsey Kerslake of Pinegate Road
Is it time to start delegating more in your business? Today’s episode is an interview with my virtual assistant, Sarah Starrs. She has an interesting journey that led her to reevaluating her priorities and values, which ultimately led to her setting up her business. We talk in-depth about our experiences of burn out, the impact it had on our lives, and the importance of doing less - and some practical ways you can make that a reality. If you’re looking to grow your business, learning to delegate is so important. Whether you’re interested in hiring a virtual assistant or want to become on yourself, Sarah has really valuable advice to share with you.
027 Radical Responsibility & Dream Chasing with Sarah Starrs
The Couragemakers Podcast | Encouragement, Inspiration & Rebel Rousing for Mission Driven Doers, Makers & Shakers |
Hi there and welcome to episode 27 of Couragemakers. This week, I had the joy of speaking to Sarah Starrs. Sarah is a writer, podcast host of The Girl Gang Conversations, and virtual assistant. She believes that our thoughts, choices, and actions create our lives, so she's dedicated herself to making choices, thinking thoughts, and taking actions that feel good. She recently closed down her coaching practice because it wasn't feeling good anymore. In her work as a Virtual Assistant Sarah helps heart-centered female entrepreneurs take the headache out of their business so that it all feels more awesome. By sharing her story and the stories of others through her work as a writer and podcast host, she wants to shine a spotlight on the imperfect mess of being human and in the process, help people see that they're not alone. In this episode, we really focus in on self love and lifestyle design. Sarah shares her experience of depression since a young age, how she thought that an exciting life full of of travel, romance and interesting people were for other people, not for her, and the journey of how she became the person she always wanted to be. During our conversation we dive into how existential philosophy changed Sarah’s life and how exploring radical responsibility opened up a new world for her, the world of lifestyle design and how fear can become a lifestyle. Sarah has so much practical advice for anyone struggling to make self love a tangible reality in their lives, and this conversation really dives deep into what it means to create a life you love and become the person you’ve always dreamt of being. If you enjoy this episode, check out my episode on Sarah’s podcast where I get very honest about the truth behind lifestyle design and share about how discovering I was a multipotentialite or a multi-passionate person changed my life. Sarah gives so many practical takeaways from this episode, and I know you’re going to love Sarah’s journey self love and how we can start believing in ourselves. Enjoy the show! About Sarah Sarah Starrs is a writer, podcast host, and virtual assistant. She believes that our thoughts, choices, and actions create our lives, so she's dedicated herself to making choices, thinking thoughts, and taking actions that feel good. She recently closed down her coaching practice because it wasn't feeling good anymore. In her work as a Virtual Assistant Sarah helps heart-centered female entrepreneurs take the headache out of their business so that it all feels more awesome. By sharing her story and the stories of others through her work as a writer and podcast host, she wants to shine a spotlight on the imperfect mess of being human and in the process, help people see that they're not alone. You can find her writing at SarahStarrs.com or listen to her podcast, The Girl Gang Conversations on your favourite podcast app. You can connect with Sarah here: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Things we talked about during today's show How learning about radical responsibility and existentialism completely changed Sarah’s life The difference between self love and self care High sensitivity personality traits and the importance of recognizing and honouring that Resources/Things we mentioned during today’s how My interview with Sarah’s on the truth behind lifestyle design and being a multipotentialite (The Girl Gang Conversations Podcast) Lisa Lister Jo and Lucy – higherselfie.co Misfit to Maven Sarah’s journalling blog post Find out more and download the Couragemakers Manifesto here If you have any question about today's episode, any comments or would like to be a guest on Couragemakers, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org About Meg & That Hummingbird Life I'm Meg and I'm the host of Couragemakers and founder of That Hummingbird Life. I started this podcast because I wanted to create a platform for passionate and unconventional women to have honest conversations and to share their stories, struggles and dreams. The intention behind this podcast is to inspire and encourage creative and mission-driven women to live a wholehearted life and follow the beat of their drum. When I'm not recording episodes and making new friends with the wonderful guests, you can find me working on all manners of magic over at That Hummingbird Life, sending free self care checks ins to hundreds of women every Sunday and helping my clients build brands they love as a graphic designer. I'm currently based in London, and getting ready for my round the world adventure with Mr. Meg starting August 2016. Don't worry the podcast isn't going anywhere! That Hummingbird Life | Twitter | Pinterest |
TGGC #45: Finding magic in routines, sexual healing, & “me too!” moments with Sarah Starrs
Conversations - Sarah Starrs
Available on your favourite podcast app.Yes, the new name and look is here! We are officially The Girl Gang Conversations! So while this is actually the 45th episode of the podcast, it kind of feels like episode 1 - which is why, somewhat strangely, this week’s episode is also a special one: it’s with me! I’d heard from quite a few of you that you that you wanted to hear more about my journey and life and how I’d answer the questions that I ask my guests each week. So that’s exactly what I’m offering this week. My amazing friend Ebonie Allard interviewed ME and she did an amazing job; we got really deep and vulnerable and she asked incredibly powerful questions. I talk in-depth about my daily routines and rituals, the benefits of my meditation practice, finding magic rather than monotony in our daily rituals, my journey with sexual shame and what I’ve been doing to heal and release that, why I’m making these changes with the podcast, the importance of sisterhood, and so much more. We also cover my recent transition away from coaching and what I'm up to now.I have to admit: I have a bit of a vulnerability hangover from this one but I’m also really excited to share it with you.In this episode we talk about:an in-depth overview of my daily, weekly, and monthly routines and rituals and how they contribute to my spirituality, health, and overall sense of wellbeingmy thoughts on making your routines and rituals feel magical, rather than like another to-do list and just going through the motionswhat it's like to get a "download" during meditation and the experience of being "in the flow" that comes from consistent meditationmy journey of unlocking hidden sexual trauma in my body and what tools, practices, and mindsets are helping me to heal itthe three practices that have stuck with me the longest and had the biggest impact for mewhy I changed the name of this podcast and how it reflects my changing views on sisterhood and personal developmenthow my beliefs about (and experiences of) friendship have changed since moving to another countryLinks mentioned:my virtual assistant websiteLove Your Lady Landscape by Lisa ListerBelinda Davidson's chakra healing meditationvisit Ebonie onlineGirl Gang HQWhere to find me:right here, of course!TwitterInstagramFacebookPodcast art by Ella Masters.