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Morning Matcha

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Wake up with Morning Matcha, our latest podcast hosted by The Fullest founder Nikki Bostwick. Each episode, she sits down with some pretty rad folks, kind of big deals, and true superstars from all walks of life, including wellness gurus, entrepreneurs, and creative types.www.thefullest.com

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Wake up with Morning Matcha, our latest podcast hosted by The Fullest founder Nikki Bostwick. Each episode, she sits down with some pretty rad folks, kind of big deals, and true superstars from all walks of life, including wellness gurus, entrepreneurs, and creative types.www.thefullest.com

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36 Ratings
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Wow so awful

By Skittlesj21 - Aug 07 2019
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This girl sounds like the dumbest person on earth. Came here for the Alexis smart episode and I feel like I was losing brain cells listening to this girl. Yikes

Great Interviews!

By Lindizzaster - Jun 14 2018
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Nikki has a great hosting style and I learn something new with every episode!

iTunes Ratings

36 Ratings
Average Ratings
25
5
2
1
3

Wow so awful

By Skittlesj21 - Aug 07 2019
Read more
This girl sounds like the dumbest person on earth. Came here for the Alexis smart episode and I feel like I was losing brain cells listening to this girl. Yikes

Great Interviews!

By Lindizzaster - Jun 14 2018
Read more
Nikki has a great hosting style and I learn something new with every episode!
Cover image of Morning Matcha

Morning Matcha

Updated 3 days ago

Read more

Wake up with Morning Matcha, our latest podcast hosted by The Fullest founder Nikki Bostwick. Each episode, she sits down with some pretty rad folks, kind of big deals, and true superstars from all walks of life, including wellness gurus, entrepreneurs, and creative types.www.thefullest.com

Rank #1: Season 3, Episode 7: Jessie De Lowe

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Join Nikki as she talks with manifestation maven, Jessie De Lowe about the true principles of manifestation and why we need to quit chasing what we think we want, and rather tune in to our soul’s true needs.

Apr 23 2018

1hr 7mins

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Rank #2: Season 5, Episode 10: Kimberly Snyder

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Founder of Solluna, celeb nutritionist, and New York Times best-selling author, Kimberly Snyder joins us for the final episode of the season. Kimberly has helped and healed a mixed bag of A-list stars including Fergie, Rooney Mara, Deepak Chopra, and even actual Greek god, Thor. Celebrity endorsements aside though, it’s Kimberly’s approach to wellness that leaves us starstruck. Kimberly’s message is simple: for true healing, we need to address both the mind and the body. If you’re looking for a toolbox of tips and tricks to jumpstart your own beauty, health, and grace from one of the country’s most famed wellness experts — this episode is it.

Mar 11 2019

32mins

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Rank #3: Season 7, Episode 1: The Balanced Blonde

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Jordan Younger is the blogger formerly known as The Blonde Vegan. After years of issues with health and digestion from a young age, Jordan decided to document her journey, becoming one of the earlier adopters of wellness blogging. When her career coincided with the boom of Instagram she quickly became wellness-famous. Like many of us, Jordan became interested in the wellness space but experienced borderline extremes in pursuit of vitality. Realizing the need for a more even-keeled approach, she rebranded to The Balanced Blonde and became a leading voice on orthorexia, even appearing on Good Morning America and The Today Show. On this week’s episode Jordan chats Lyme Disease, vegan trolling, and the importance of finding your own balance.

Sep 23 2019

57mins

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Rank #4: Season 6, Episode 10: The Assembly

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This week we’re sitting down with Molly Goodson, founder and CEO of The Assembly because… wellness. The Assembly is not your normal health club or co-working space, rather it’s a wellbeing club built by -- and for -- people who love to work out, work hard, and do it with friends. Listen in to Molly’s story for the ups (and occasional downs) of life in the entrepreneurial lane and why she thinks it’s oh so worth it!

Sep 10 2019

31mins

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Rank #5: Season 3, Episode 9: Alisa Vitti

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Hormone biochemistry geek, functional nutritionist, bestselling author, and epigenetic genius Alisa Vitti joins the podcast to help us harness our own hormones. Even if you’ve never suffered from fertility issues, period pain, drastic mood swings, or monthly breakouts, being able to read and respond to your woman code is every ovary owner’s right. In fact, eating and exercising in line with your cycle can activate incredibly positive shifts in your physical and emotional health. Learn to read your woman code with one of America’s leading hormone experts. Period.

May 22 2018

28mins

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Rank #6: Season 5, Episode 6: Alexandra Schueler

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Alexandra Schueler is a champion of female storytelling as a means to liberate and heal. She’s a powerful lady with a heart of gold and a silver tongue, and this week she joins the show to share her story. A writer, spoken word poetess, and world traveler, she’s full of tales that are part Jack Kerouac, Hunter S. Thompson, and a dash of Anais Nin.

Jan 15 2019

36mins

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Rank #7: Season 6, Episode 9: Foria

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This week we’re taking our orgasms sky high and talking all things CBD and feminine pleasure with Foria’s Director of Education, Kiana Reeves. Foria Wellness is a pioneering cannabis and hemp brand offering unique products for pleasure enhancement, pain relief, and overall wellness. So if you’re ready to receive the healing benefits of a CBD climax or curious to explore a greener solution to your period pain, this episode is for you.

Aug 26 2019

31mins

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Rank #8: Season 6, Episode 3: Beekeeper's Naturals

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This week we’re adding some honey to our Morning Matcha! Nikki sits down with Carly Stein, founder and CEO of Beekeeper’s Naturals. Transformed personally and moved by the healing magic of bees, Carly made it her mission to share bee medicine with her local community. She began small at local farmer’s markets, but in true Queen Bee fashion, her offering rapidly expanded. Now Beekeeper’s Naturals has been featured on the Wall Street Journal, Goop, and Pop Sugar to name just a few. Listen in to find out what all the buzz is about.

Jun 03 2019

47mins

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Rank #9: Season 6, Episode 1: Mend

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If you’ve ever had a serious case of the ex, this episode is for you. Nikki sits down with Elle Huerta, the CEO and founder of MEND, the self-care app for heartbreak. MEND uses research rooted in science to help you feel better and faster after the agony that is breaking up. Over 2,000,000+ people have completed the in-app training in over 176 countries and MEND is making headlines in Vogue, The New York Times, and Forbes. Ready to heal your own heart and feel expanded by one woman using her own experience with darkness to create some good globally? Check out Elle’s story here.

May 06 2019

43mins

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Rank #10: Season 4, Episode 1: Tara Sowlaty

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This week Nikki sits down with Tara Sowlaty, her Persian sister from another mister, holistic nutritionist, co-founder of How You Glow, and creator of The Crystal Manifest (which makes a whole lotta sense because Tara’s vibration is very Elestial Quartz). So, if you’re after the 411 on dogma and dieting, crystal intention setting, or balancing life as a triple-tandem entrepreneur — this one’s for you.

Jun 19 2018

38mins

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Rank #11: Season 6, Episode 2: Sagely Naturals

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This week we’re sitting down with Kerrigan Behrens, one half of Sagely Naturals, the company responsible for making premium, lab-tested CBD products from organic and non-GMO hemp. After doing their research, Kerrigan and her business partner found that 80% of people don’t actually want to get high. Most people just want to feel good, relaxed, and free from pain. Since starting their business in 2015, they’ve since expanded to 13 products that can be found everywhere from health food stores to Neiman Marcus. They’re some of the originals in the hemp space and have seen the industry truly transform. If you’re CBD curious or just interested in the policy and business surrounding America’s hottest new agricultural boom, this episode is for you.

For 20% off at sagelynaturals.com, use code MATCHA20. Expires June 5th, 2019. One use per customer.

May 21 2019

36mins

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Rank #12: Season 6, Episode 7: Year & Day

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This week we’re sitting down with Kathryn Duryea, founder and CEO of Year & Day, the cult tableware brand getting shoutouts from Vogue, Architectural Digest, and yours truly. Unlike our parents, you no longer need to wait until you’re rolling in cash to invest in “good plates.” Year & Day marries luxury design with a price you can actually afford. The company was born when Kathryn realized that our tables are the places we nourish our bodies, relationships, and souls… so why shouldn’t we be making that experience as beautiful as possible? We could not agree more. Hear more of Kathryn’s story here and then go treat yourself to some adult tableware!

Jul 30 2019

32mins

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Rank #13: Season 3, Episode 10: Suze Yalof Schwartz

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Suze Yalof Schwartz was a high-flying stylist who left her career to bring mindfulness to the masses. You’ve probably heard of Suze’s drop-in meditation studio, Unplug, or as Suze likes to call it, “the Drybar of meditation.” Suze is humble and visionary, she was the first to modernize mediation studios for those who may have otherwise never stepped foot inside a class. Her studio has popups on both Google and YouTube campuses and she’s just launched the Unplug app. (Get ready, Unplug is about to go global!) But Suze isn’t interested in becoming the next big spiritual influencer or entrepreneur — she just wants everyone to experience the simple benefits of meditation, even if it’s just for five minutes. Humble and visionary, queue this one up for more inspiration than a crystal sound bath… and some really practical meditation tips.

Jun 04 2018

37mins

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Rank #14: Season 6, Episode 8: Peckish

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Whether you’re an entrepreneur, marketer, or are just interested in elevating your personal brand (and honestly, who isn’t?) then this ep is for you! This week we talk branding and biz with VP of Brand at Peckish, Lauren Egan. If you’ve got a question or seven on how to elevate your product, ‘gram, or that pesky idea floating around your head… you can get ‘em answered right here.

Aug 13 2019

25mins

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Rank #15: Season 6, Episode 6: Dr. Linda Ellison

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Abortion is a critical issue that’s currently being fiercely debated in judicial courts, news headlines, and outside of clinics across our country. In order to understand deeper this divisive topic, we sat down with Dr. Linda Ellison, a woman responsible for the world’s largest abortion study. Her study has an unusual narrative, however. It documents 729 conservative Christian women who protested abortion, subsequently had an abortion, and then went back to protesting abortion. As someone who understood the implications of leaving a religious community herself, Dr. Linda joined Planned Parenthood and began to counsel women with religious woes before they had an abortion. She used this powerful journey for inspiration for her dissertation and got a Masters at Harvard Divinity School, since implementing her findings at colleges across the country. For us, this episode is compulsive listening for anyone that wants to try and better understand both sides of this fragmented issue. Listen up here!

Jul 16 2019

40mins

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Rank #16: Season 3, Episode 6: Josephine Goube

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Meet Josephine Goube, CEO of Techfugees, an inspiring, not-for-profit organization that’s helping reframe the narrative around refugees. Her powerful voice is helping transform the stigma around refugee acceptance from one of handouts and burden, to honor and privilege. This week we sit down with Josephine to learn the #realfacts about our current (and future) refugee challenges. If you’re looking for an honest leader from inside the issue -- one that offers practical solutions and avenues to contribute (besides a Facebook like) -- this one’s for you.

Apr 08 2018

1hr 10mins

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Rank #17: Season 5, Episode 7: Lactation Lab

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We’re pumped (mind the pun) to have Dr. Stephanie Canelli on this week’s show. Stephanie is the founder of Lactation Lab, the first and only company testing and analyzing nutrients in breast milk. Lactation Lab’s mail-in-kits make milk testing easy. Once a sample is processed, breastfeeding mamas will receive an individualized report, along with specialized recommendations. Essentially, Lactation Lab is a food label for your breast milk and empowers new moms to regain control of their baby’s health from Day Dot.

SLEEP LIKE A BABY: This episode is brought to you by LUNYA -- the brand reinventing sleepwear for the modern woman. Use MORNINGMATCHA15 to receive your discount at checkout.

Jan 28 2019

29mins

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Rank #18: Season 3, Episode 8: Dr. Steven Gundry

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Dr. Steven Gundry is a cardiologist, heart surgeon, medical researcher, and author. His New York Times Best Sellers: Dr. Gundry’s Diet Evolution and the newly released The Plant Paradox, have helped countless people avoid surgery through a radical break from traditional dietary wisdom. In this episode, Nikki joins him for a free consultation on our gut garden, lectins, and the power of intermittent fasting. Medical knowledge bombs right this way…

May 08 2018

34mins

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Rank #19: Season 6, Episode 4: Reve En Vert

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This week we’re drinking our matcha from teacups as we pod to you from London. On a recent trip to the UK, Nikki caught up with Cora Hilts of Rêve En Vert; the online boutique often referred to as “the Net-A-Porter of sustainable fashion.” After studying environmental politics, Cora realized fashion’s huge footprint, but also saw a lack of retailers offering luxury items that were good for planet Earth. Next thing you know, she borrowed money from her parents, started a website, and Rêve En Vert was officially born. If you’re looking for info on ways to detox and clean up your closet without compromising on self-expression and style, this one’s for you.

Jun 18 2019

33mins

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Rank #20: Season 6, Episode 5: Katie Dalebout

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fullest favorite and monthly contributor Katie Dalebout is the author of Let It Out, a book about journaling and also the host of the Let It Out podcast which was included in Huff Post’s Top 10 Women Hosted Podcasts. Join us as we all realize our own voice, and that there are enough airwaves for a gamut of perspectives.

Jul 02 2019

39mins

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