Rank #1: Ep 61: Embracing ageing: going grey, getting older and looking forward to the future
Rachael calls up her friend Danielle Appi for a frank and open conversation about ageing, going grey, and looking forward to the future.
Jul 15 2020
Rank #2: 60: The priestess path and reclaiming the sacred feminine with Julie Parker
In a world where feminine traits are seen as weaknesses, Julie Parker is encouraging women to reclaim their sacred talents and follow the priestess path. In this episode, she explains what that means and how modern sacred women can incorporate ancient wisdom in their daily lives.
Jun 01 2020
Rank #3: 59: Perimenopause and the maga woman
Perimenopause has a reputation for being a tough slog, but the idea of the maga woman makes it sound like a powerful awakening.
May 21 2020
Rank #4: 58: What is motherhood and what isn't - treating your family like flatmates
Motherhood does not come with the requirement that you are responsible for all the laundry, dishes, cleaning and tidying. That is not in the job description of 'mother'. Being a mother means loving and protecting and raising your kids. In every other way, you should treat your family like your flatmates.
May 07 2020
Rank #5: Planned, present and on purpose, with Nicole Avery
Nicole Avery joins the show for a conversation on her life from corporate gig to mother of 5 and parenting expert via her highly successful blog Planning With Kids.
We talk about the struggle of losing yourself in motherhood, the overwhelm of doing all the things, being organised and having goals.
Apr 30 2020
Rank #6: 56: Tips on working from home with kids
I've spent 16 years working from home with kids in tow, so in this episode, I'm sharing some tips on how I've done it, from the time my kids were newborns through to now that they're teenagers.
Apr 23 2020
Rank #7: From her kids' parties to party cakes: when a business rescued Lou Duggan from feeling invisible
Apr 15 2020
Rank #8: How I'm coping with the Covid crisis
Apr 06 2020
Rank #9: How to deal with change with Ellen Jackson
Moving through midlife means dealing with a lot of change. Psychologist Ellen Jackson joins us to talk about how to deal with it.
Apr 01 2020
Rank #10: #52 The truth about having it all: live a complete life
There's a two dimensional idea of having it all that is essentially defined by the ideas of having a family, including loving partner, and career success which includes financial gain. But that's not having it all because it leaves out of the picture elements of life you need for your health, happiness and wellbeing. My take on the idea is to live a complete life and in this episode, I take you through the 10 elements of a complete life.
Nov 14 2019