Welcome to the second half of Kate’s conversation with Shiny Happy Yoga founder Sarah Weyenberg! This episode can be listened to as a stand-alone episode or as a follow-up to last week’s Episode 9: Show Up and Shine. Today we dive into facing fear and how to build your bravery muscle with one small act of courage at a time.
Have you ever met someone that you instantly connected with? That was Kate’s experience the first time she met today’s podcast guest, Sarah Weyenberg. Kate was instantly drawn to Sarah’s authenticity while teaching fun and joyful yoga classes...and not to mention her laugh is totally contagious! In 2018 Sarah launched her online yoga studio, Shiny Happy … Continue reading Episode #9 – Show Up and Shine with Sarah Weyenberg
We all know what it means to have values. To strive to be a good person. To abide by the golden rule. But what about your own, personal core values? The things that are absolutely non-negotiable? What are the three principles that speak to you and your heart the most? Each one of us is … Continue reading Episode #8 – How My Core Values Streamline Decision-Making
As a type-A, enneagram 3, typical oldest child, and recovered people-pleaser, I had always found validation in striving for perfection. In being the best, but the best according to someone else’s standards or expectations. And then one day, I realized I was seeking validation from everyone else but myself. How crazy is that? And thus … Continue reading Episode #6 – Book Report: Girl, Stop Apologizing
When things get hard, what do you reach for to pull you through? To encourage you? To inspire, uplift, or motivate you? Well for me, I go to my personal mantra, over and over again. I tell myself, “I get to do this. I can do hard things.” Because there is strength and power in words and how you use them to speak to yourself. My mantra’s gotten me through 12 half marathons, 1 full marathon, 2 child births, launching my business, and so much more. So whether or not you have a mantra, this episode is for you. Because we find ourselves in unprecedented times, and I figure we could all probably use a little extra grace, strength, and motivation.