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Episode 103 | Julie Smith

The Yeah C'mon Show

On this week's show the boys welcome on former Bachelor contestant and CBS 46 traffic anchor Julie Smith. They talk about Southside calling her former co-worker and friend "healthy" on-air, how a night out with the girls landed her on reality TV and changed her career, the NDA she had to sign, and which is better: horse racing or college basketball? Enjoy the show and Yeah C'mon!


17 Sep 2021

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Dr Julie Smith

Mothers' Meeting with Louise Pentland

Welcome to Mothers' Meeting Series 2! Welcome back! This week Louise and sits down with psychologist and social media sensation Dr Julie Smith. They chat births, possible baby names, whether the meanings of names reflect in children, Julie outside of motherhood, confessions and what Julie has coming up! Julie Smith: @drjulie CONNECT WITH ME @LouisePentland https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfAEEhKikW1676DCa_0OWLA


6 Sep 2021

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Episode 43 - "Julie Smith"

Life After MLM

In this episode, we meet "Julie Smith" and she takes us through her journey into "becoming a Hun", while in the top 5% of two different MLMs. From her viewpoint, she got to experience the behavior MLM's don't tell you about; the true costs, what it really takes and what you've got to be willing to let go. As "Julie" tells her story, she recounts how she came to understand that while she was successful in MLM, it was at the expense of the "failures", and she knew she couldn't keep quiet any longer.Show NotesLuLaRich Trailer - https://youtu.be/nJgkwIHp1pcMy NEW Website! - www.robertablevins.comMonat to refund more customers after 2-year Fla. AG investigation on fake product claims - https://www.abcactionnews.com/money/consumer/taking-action-for-you/monat-to-refund-more-customers-after-2-year-fla-ag-investigation-on-fake-product-claimsDo Monat Hair Care Products Cause Hair Loss? - https://www.healthline.com/health/hair-loss-monatHaley O'Bryan on LAMLM - https://anchor.fm/roberta-blevins/episodes/Episode-5--Haley-OBryan---MLM--Mental-Health-es59j6Multilevel Marketing Is Detrimental To Mental Health - https://thebipolarkitty.com/multilevel-marketing-is-detrimental-to-mental-health/Multi-Level Marketing in Recovery: A Special Report - https://cmwn.org/colorado-mental-wellness-network-blog/special-reports/mlm-recovery/Dr. Steven Hassan's BITE Model - https://freedomofmind.com/cult-mind-control/bite-model/Ponzinomics by Robert L. FitzPatrick - https://amzn.to/3q16oJbHow can you help?Report false income and health claims here: https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/Or go to: https://www.truthinadvertising.orgYou can also report to your state Attorney General's office! https://www.naag.org/find-my-ag/Not in the U.S.? Go here: https://www.ftc.gov/policy/international/competition-consumer-protection-authorities-worldwideSupport the Podcast!Buy me a Taco and leave me a note! 🌮💖 - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/robertablevinsFollow me on TikTok for Anti MLM content, education, and humor! - https://www.tiktok.com/@bertalikewhoa & https://www.tiktok.com/@bertalikewhoa2.0Follow us on Instagram for visual show notes, FAQ, and updates! - https://www.instagram.com/lifeaftermlmpodcast/Like us on Facebook and join our show fan page to jump in on the conversation! - https://www.facebook.com/lifeaftermlmpodcastFind me on CLUBHOUSE at @therealrobertablevins*Some links may be affiliate links. When you purchase things from these links, I get a small commission that I use to buy us tacos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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29 Aug 2021

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Emerging Trends in Securing Digital Identities with Julie Smith of IDSA

Hybrid Identity Protection Podcast

How have identity security practices changed in the last year? Semperis Director of Services Sean Deuby chats with Julie Smith, executive director of the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA), about the organization's newly released "2021 Trends in Securing Digital Identities" report. In addition to tracking the increase in managing remote workers and assets during the pandemic, the report captures the rising concern among IT and security teams about whether current security strategies are equipped to meet the moment.


19 Aug 2021

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Julie Smith - Smooth Operator (#48)

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John Coe & Julie SmithBio Julie A. Smith, Chief Administrative Officer, The Bozzuto Group Show Notes Current Role Currently Chief Administrative Officer for 5 yrs. now. Spent first 25 yrs. of career running Property Management. Toby Bozzuto assumed CEO role when she made the transition to CAO role (5:00)Suggested her role change would offer opportunities to others to run Property Management (6:00)Mike Schlegel is COO who runs P&L units (7:00)CAO role is all non operating functions (7:15)Vertical growth of The Bozzuto Group (9:00)Initial intention to manage their own assets (9:15)Started in 1989 and was “cash strapped” (9:30)An equity partner asked them to manage the property on a third party basis in the early 1990s (9:40)First project for institutional owners, which became a theme for third party management (11:00)Action steps- Focused on revenue first (11:30)Why wasn’t top line growing? (12:00)Looked at all aspects of project to increase rents and reduce vacancy (12:30)Setting up variable compensation to align rewards of employees (13:00)No control over “fixed expenses” (14:00)Variable expenses are “nickels on the floor” (14:20) Origins and Education Grew up in Niagara Falls, NY (14:30)Parents were school teachers (15:00)Area driven by industrial activities primarily (15:20)Love Canal issue negatively impacted area (15:30)Parents grew up in 1930s (15:50)Dad a Principal (16:00)Mom was a home economics teacher- she learned about details in cooking that spilled over to her “eye for details” in most of her activities (16:30)Her Dad was loved by students- treated people with respect (18:00)Elementary school Principal who dealt well with parents of challenging students (18:45)Special relationship with her- all her girlfriends would share with him (19:50)Attended State University of New York- Oswego (20:30)Father went there (21:00)Could afford it (21:15)Business and Communications major (21:30)Spent her Junior year in Copenhagen, Denmark (21:45)Traveled around Europe while there (22:15)Became more worldly after her year there (22:30)Met a good friend from Pittsburgh who suggested that the two of them move to Washington, DC after graduation (23:10) First Job First job at Warner Communications in the DC CBD (24:20)Public Affairs- Premiere of Superman with Christopher Reeve (24:50)Sharing a taxi with Elizabeth Dole (25:30)No interest in Public Affairs (26:15) First Real Estate Positions Met with someone who introduced her to the B.F. Saul Co.- Worked for Roger Ellison there (26:20)Gave her an apartment general manager’s job in Reston, VA (27:00)On the job training in 1985 to learn how to manage the property (27:20)She moved then to Fort Lauderdale, FL with the Saul Company and opened new apartments there (28:25)She met people from Oxford Properties from DC and she mentioned that she wanted to come back to DC and they hired her (29:15)Joined Oxford as a Marketing Coordinator in Gaithersburg, MD in 1986. Tom Bozzuto was running the region. (29:55)Plug and Play- Build as many projects as possible (30:40)55,000 units in portfolio at that time nationally (30:50)Active in many national markets, yet she worked the Northeast region with Tom Bozzuto (31:25)1986 tax law changes basically demolished Oxford’s business, as their projects were “tax oriented” and did not generate pre-tax cash flows (32:00) The Bozzuto Group Tom Bozzuto, John Slidell and Rick Mostyn left Oxford and started Bozzuto (32:50)Julie joined Bozzuto one year into it to operate projects (33:00)She was uncertain about its viability, but could do something else if it didn’t work (34:20)Enjoyed doing what needed to be done on a “start-up” business (34:45)Learned how to develop properties with John Slidell (35:15)Learned about financing with Rick Mostyn (35:40)She was the “table setter” of the operations (36:00)Competitors- Lincoln Properties, Trammell Crow, Caliber, Artery & Shelter (36:40)First urban property- Managed McLean Gardens for Alex Brown as asset managers (38:30)1994 took over for good experience (39:25)Westbrooke Place– Attempting to get $2.00/s.f. in rents (39:50)First luxury property (40:40)Springboard to other opportunities (40:55)First website on a property- “Digital experience” (41:15)Good learning experience to understand the “luxury” market (42:00)Customer Experience- Bozzuto philosophy of “Sanctuary” (42:50)Housing change is a stressful experience- diffuse “negative experience” into a positive experience (43:40)Goal to make “customers for life” (44:30)Relentless focus on the customer (44:50)The best customer is the one you already have (45:00)Perfectionist spirit- driving values (46:00)Core Values of Bozzuto (46:15)Grown company through following clients to new markets (47:55)Good work begets good work (48:15)Northwestern Mutual took them to New Jersey and then Boston (48:30)Heitman gave them a trophy asset in Chicago and now have 18 buildings there (49:20)A few “false starts” in Atlanta and Charlotte (49:45)Did expand in Florida (49:55)Developed relationships with operators as well as investors (50:20)Led with management to markets (52:30)Manage relationships (52:50)Management business requires “scale” (54:30)Work for companies that are loyal and let them get a project to an efficient operation (54:50)Risky business (55:15)Nothing like the hospitality business (55:25)At her origins in the business, fees were 5-6% or so. Fees today are much lower and required skills are much more necessary today (55:50)Dealing with customers is an art and have a good relationship (57:45)It is a juggling act to manage properties (58:40)Job for extroverts (58:55)Bozzuto team “moves mountains” to overcome challenges for tenants (59:20)Some residents told them that “they were the best thing that happened during COVID-19” (59:45)70% of residents are “single” (1:00:00)Bozzuto was ranked as a “Top Employer” in Washington region for six consecutive years (1st in 2020) (1:00:55)Exciting for employees to see that culture (1:01:20)Family culture (1:02:15)Responsibility to “each other” and diverse as an organization (1:02:40)Employee led community groups (1:03:00)Grass roots organizations among employees (1:03:30)Stephanie Williams– succeeded Julie in President of Property Management role (1:04:15)She had been a developer and had done a couple projects (1:04:30)Julie went to her and asked her to consider moving over to the business development role (1:04:55)She and Julie spent time on airplanes pitching business (1:06:00)Julie decided to offer her the President role (1:06:15)Her role would be to manage a large group of people (1:07:15)Spent 9 years “training” Stephanie (1:08:00)Pandemic impact (1:08:40)Transition was not too difficult, except for the property management on site “essential employees” which was a challenge to keep them “protected” and how to juggle families (1:09:10)Feedback- Site task force to learn about issues (1:10:00)Some employees got COVID (1:10:20)People were moving out and not moving in- vacancy increased dramatically and it had a stressful impact on management staffs (1:11:20)Rental Assistance Program- Stimulus checks and supplemental benefits were helpful (1:12:20)Challenges working with local housing agencies for distribution of allocated capital (1:13:00)Eviction moratorium continues to extend (1:13:40)Markets recovered to the point when rents can now be escalated (1:14:15)Construction costs and supply chain issues are delaying projects and increasing costs (1:15:30)Amenity Wars- bar is always being raised (1:17:20)Flexibility is and will be a necessary amenity- term flexibility- less than one year leases or options to terminate lease (1:17:50)Space to work in apartment (1:18:30)Retail is important (1:18:50)Service is becoming even more important than ever (1:19:20)City Ridge project (Roadside) (1:20:15)Bozzuto will be leasing and managing it (1:20:30)Cathedral Commons– Students “left” during COVID so it had a negative impact (1:21:30)Short stay units “dried up quickly” during the pandemic (1:22:20)Office tenants are “locked in” yet apartment renters don’t (1:23:00)Customer experience is the most important thing (1:24:00)Investment in the “nest” (1:24:20)Difficult to buy a home now (1:25:55)Shelve housing plans until more housing stock increases (1:26:30)Several residents “moved up” to larger units (1:26:55)Single family rentals (1:27:20)Home building- Ritz Carlton in Chevy Chase Lake (1:28:50)Building but not sales of projects (1:29:10) Personal Voluntary Roles Serves on NMHC Board (1:29:45)New Chair of ULI Washington (1:30:10)She aspired to be like Tom Bozzuto in his giving back (1:30:30)Chair of Victory Housing (1:31:20)Began as Women’s Leadership Initiative head before taking the ULI Washington Chairperson role (1:31:50)All this cuts into her personal time- gets much satisfaction from it (1:32:45)ULI mission & education (1:33:10)Building a broad network (1:35:20)Woman leadership is scarce (1:36:00)Never felt excluded at Bozzuto even as the only woman at the table (1:37:00)Her experience was unique, yet she recognizes that other companies are not as well treated (1:38:50) Hiring People that have a heart (1:39:40)Creative thinkers (1:40:00)Passionate (1:40:10)Set high bar for work (1:40:20)Large internship program- 90 last summer (1:40:45)Look for raw talent (1:41:00) Personal Two daughters understand what Bozzuto does, yet neither are in real estate (1:42:20)One is in digital marketing (1:42:50)The other is a musician and is in Nashville, TN (1:43:10)Active family life (1:44:00)Important for her family to understand her work priorities (1:44:35)Dogs are a “requirement” (1:45:00)Multidisciplinary Approach to Thinking story20% of residents have dogs (1:46:15)Work/Life balance- Harmony and integration (1:47:00)Life is not balanced, but go with it (1:47:15)Wins in her career (1:48:15)Property Management Company of the Year- First time in 2000 or soReputation- Seven years in a row as PM of the year (1:49:40)Losses (1:50:00)Losing her Dad- So hard since he was such an influenceAnd then her Mom the same yearNeeded a reset (1:51:15)SurprisesBozzuto Group’s success amazes her (1:51:55)Advice to 25 yr. old self Take more risk- measure it if you need to do it (1:52:45)“Don’t be afraid to go out on a limb, because that is where the best fruit is” (1:53:00)“The Defining Decade- Why the 20s Matter” (1:53:50)Own your life (1:54:40)Billboard- “If Not Now, When?” (1:55:30) Postscript Colin Madden– Hot topics forced from COVID (1:57:30)Single Family Home Rental BusinessTechnology impact is significantMindset of tenancy Flexibility- Reference to Dror Poleg book, “Rethinking Real Estate”Dynamic spaces in residential settingRemasking for Delta variantRelationships with tenantsBozzuto a cultural flywheelWhat causes people to be who they areJulie cares about ULI ULI mission and advocacyTime managementTake chances in life Don’t hesitate

2hr 24mins

4 Aug 2021

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EP276 Mikos, Hollow Earth, & Telos with Dianne Robbins & Julie Smith on Exploring Possibilities

Sheryl Sitts - Exploring Possibilities Podcast -Holistic Spiritual Living – Journey of Possiblities

Mikos is an ascended living deep within Hollow Earth where he oversees the Library of Porthologos. Today Channel/Author Dianne Robbins (https://diannerobbins.com) and Vocal Channel Julie Smith (Juliegs1929@gmail.com) join host Sheryl Sitts, MPA, BA, Broadcaster/Speaker, Writer & Facilitator (https://www.sherylsitts.com) and even bring through Mikos to discuss: Sheryl opens the show with the incredible story of how Mikos contacted her in ceremony during an eleven day ayahuasca Dieta in Peru back in 2013, only for this to be forgotten until she was ready to receive the information this summer. She tells the synchronicities that led her to connect with these guests for today’s show.How channeled information from Mikos of the Library of Porthologos came to be received and channeled by Diane Robbins in Messages from the Hollow Earth (available for purchase at https://amzn.to/2UeIKNe with a small affiliate fee paid to us in support of the show at no additional cost to you), as well as her other messages and worksDianne shares how she began to receive these channeled messages to share with the world, first from Adama within Telos, the subterranean city formerly known as Lemuria beneath Mt. Shasta in California, and next from Mikos of the Library of Porthologos within the Hollow Earth; she also links together Telos and the Hollow Earth and shares how beings travel back and forth between the twoSheryl reviews a few highlights contained within Messages From the Hollow Earth and is excited to have Julie join in today to bring through new messages for these often challenging times amidst humanity’s ascensionMIKOS joins via channel Julie who responds with messages for our world since publication of the book saying what we still need to do before we can interact with him and the other ascended beings within Hollow Earth; how we radiate the dark, dense energies that are holding us back and ways we can transcend this for ourselves and all of humanity and Mother EarthMIKOS continues discussing the reasons why we are feeling dizzy, confused, and uncertain during these shifts between the 3rd, 4th and 5th dimensions and how we can find peace in our spirits and bodies, and why the most important gift of self-love is trust. He speaks to our human tendency to gravitate back to what we know, what is comfortable, and why it is healthier to become comfortable trusting the unknown to carry us forward, focusing on patience and compassion toward ourselves and then outward to othersMIKOS reminds us that we are surrounded by loving beings and energies supporting us from the beyond this world. He reminds us that changing our vibrations means that people will come and go from our lives and invites us to become more comfortable with this process.In addition to self-love, MIKOS explains why spending more time in nature can be so helpful to us during these months. He continues speaking about how getting lost in technology and busyness is holding us back. Opt instead for actions of self-love such as affirmations, nature walks, soaking baths, etc. Taking responsibility for our own lives is essential during this shift.MIKOS shares how to respond to the controlling and dark energies that we feel on the planet at this time through media, politics, our food, our water, etc. We can only feel truth in our bodies and we must reconnect back to our bodies to feel this. Ask for the body to be cleansed regularly, for there are many who want to help us but cannot unless we invite this. We must release the negative energies we carry. More being and less doing!Dianne speaks of how these ascended beings enter our planet through Mt. Shasta and the North and South poles. She shares about the Agartha Network of over 100 points on Earth into the subterranean cities. She explains the Library of Porthologos and its purpose for solving problems throughout the Universe by discovering how other races have handled these situations. In the library you can replay on the crystal projector from crystal slides exact moments in history and immerse yourself in that experience to learn and grow.Sheryl and Dianne disclose their plans to read Messages from the Hollow Earth live on YouTube and share the contents of this book absolutely free. (Dates to be announced soon!)MIKOS shares how you can go NOW to these libraries and classes on anything you can imagine in our dream time and study and learn and ascend!They discuss how they all life on plants inside the Hollow Earth because they cannot imagine eating another life there. Life inside the Hollow Earth and the city of Telos have already gained immortality through their connection with Spirit. Dianne shares the story of Lemuria and Atlantis, where these continents are now, how the Lemurians were preserved, and how these continents will again resurface. Dianne shares about the underground tunnel system that leads to all these subterranean cities. Having learned about the futility of war, they now live in cooperation. They have no sickness, no illness, no death and they have no language for it. That’s why we are not allowed to interact with them now…because it will reintroduce these limiting painful experiences to them again. Sheryl reiterates the importance of focusing on wellness instead of sickness or cures for specific diseases, which is just another form of focusing on the disease.Dianne shares that Mt. Shasta is the heart energy, the Divine Feminine that is attracting many people as their own hearts open as if a homing beacon is drawing them there. …and much more! Sheryl & Mario Rosales (https://www.MarioRosales.com) invest time, money and energy into this show with the intent that it help us all remember who we really are. Your financial support is deeply appreciated at https://www.JourneyOfPossibilities.com/Support. Thank you!The post EP276 Mikos, Hollow Earth, & Telos with Dianne Robbins & Julie Smith on Exploring Possibilities first appeared on Journey of Possibilities - Holistic Spiritual Living - Exploring Possibilities Podcast.


4 Jul 2021

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The Value Of Proactively Managing Identity | Redefining Security With Julie Smith (IDSA) And Kelvin Coleman (NCSA)


Identity: the fact of being who or what a person or thing is — and the characteristics determining it. Pretty much, it is what defines a person, an item, or a group. Simple, no? Yes, it was — then our society walked into the online space, and things got messy.Our digital identities are now at the core of pretty much every technical element we interact with in life: at home, on the go, at work, and beyond. Do we do enough to protect and manage these critical assets? How many identities can we have, and how many times can someone's identity be stolen?In today's discussion, we get to uncover the work being done by two non-profit organizations. The National Cyber Security Alliance and the Identity Defined Security Alliance joined our conversation with the executive directors from each: Kelvin Coleman and Julie Smith, respectively.While identity is ultimately about a person (or perhaps a device on a network or connected to the Internet), it's what it represents. An identity has access to other assets, and that needs to be understood and properly managed. Here is where things start to twist and turn, and this is what we discuss:- The role of identity management in connection to the value of security for the business; why organizations need to pay attention to the value — and risk — that identity brings to the table.- How organizations can begin to operationalize identity management to help meet the business objectives while proactively managing risk.There is an opportunity to move beyond risk management to a place where the InfoSec team can provide value to the top and bottom lines in the form of revenue generation and/or protection.And we also had a good time doing this.Enjoy.About Identify Management DayThe mission of Identity Management Day is to educate business leaders and IT decision makers on the importance of identity management and key components including governance, identity-centric security best practices, processes, and technology, with a special focus on the dangers of not properly securing identities and access credentials.About IDSAThe Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) provides free vendor-neutral education and resources that help organizations reduce the risk of a breach by combining identity and security strategies. To address the expanded threat environment security leaders face, we provide best practices and identity-centric security outcomes and approaches for addressing the growing need for better identity management and digital identity security.About NCSAThe National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) builds strong public/private partnerships to create and implement broad-reaching education and awareness efforts to empower users at home, work and school with the information they need to keep themselves, their organizations, their systems and their sensitive information safe and secure online and encourage a culture of cybersecurity.GuestsJulie Smith, Executive Director, Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) | (@IAMStrategies on Twitter)Kelvin Coleman, Executive Director, National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) | (@KColemanNCSA on Twitter)This Episode’s SponsorsHITRUST: https://itspm.ag/itsphitwebSemperis: https://itspm.ag/semperis-1rooResourcesAccess resources from Identity Management Day: https://staysafeonline.org/identity-management-day/ and http://www.identitymanagementday.org/Learn more about the Identity Defined Security Alliance: https://www.idsalliance.orgLearn more about the National Cyber Security Alliance: https://staysafeonline.org/To see and hear more Redefining Security content on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/redefining-securityAre you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?https://www.itspmagazine.com/podcast-series-sponsorships


6 May 2021

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Be The Tiger - Julie Smith & Megan Ardiel


After meeting on a dating app, Megan and Julie became best friends who were getting over some past relationships and rebounding back to emotional availability.  One trip to Cuba and everything changed.   If you'd like to support the show and gain access to even more content for $3/month, visit patreon.com/outpodcast OUT Instagram: @out_podcast

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17 Feb 2021

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Future Proofing Identity Security Panel with Julie Smith, Siddharth Bhai, and Gil Kirkpatrick

Hybrid Identity Protection Podcast

Looking towards tomorrow’s best identity security practices based on the evolving landscape of today, this panel discussion dives into identity access management, securing remote workforces, changes in authorization, and beyond. Featuring: - Julie Smith, Executive Director of the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) - Siddharth Bhai, Director of Product Management, Splunk Cloud - Gil Kirkpatrick, Chief Architect at Semperis - Sean Deuby, Host of the HIP Podcast and Director of Services at Semperis — This audio is from our final panel from the 2020 Hybrid Identity Protection Conference. Watch all sessions from HIP 2020 at hipconf.com


11 Feb 2021

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#1 - Dr. Julie Smith

You Matter Most

Dr Julie Smith is a Clinical Psychologist, online educator, blogger, and owner of a private practice based in Ringwood, Hampshire, England. She has a passion for making top quality mental health education accessible online by creating educational and inspirational videos on TikTok, YouTube, and Instagram. This year she has absolutely exploded on TikTok, amassing over 2 Million followers and 250,000 followers on Instagram. She’s been featured on BBC, CNN, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, and more.


6 Nov 2020