Delicious Ways to Feel Better

Deliciously Ella

Confused about health and wellness? Each week we interview an expert to bring a little inspiration to your life - from gut health to mental health and anxiety, how to make sustainable changes, finding happiness, what happens to our brains when we exercise, skincare 101, dealing with stress, veganism and the environment and so much more.Hosted by Ella Mills, the founder of Deliciously Ella, this podcast brings you open, honest conversation around mental and physical health. See for privacy and opt-out information.

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Ella and guest, Karl Deisseroth on understanding anxiety, depression and mental health. From the depths of human emotion to why the science can expand our empathy and connectivity; why our view of mental health needs updating; the hidden realms of the mind and the ways in which we can expand our connectivity.Karl Deisseroth - Connections: A Story of Human Feeling See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jun 8

30 min 4 sec

Why calorie-counting simply doesn’t stack up, with Giles Yeo. We ask: are all calories equal; what’s the connection between calories and weight loss; and are foods with fewer calories automatically better for you? A debunk of every calorie myth, why we need a fundamental restructure of the food system and whether we really can be healthy at every size. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jun 1

30 min 9 sec

Michael James Wong on how to bring mindfulness into your day, ways to let go of stress and expectation, redefining happiness and the benefits of slowing down. See for privacy and opt-out information.

May 25

43 min 55 sec

Tim Spector, a world expert on gut health, reveals the at-home blue muffin test that’ll help you understand how healthy your gut is, why food is medicine and how to improve our health.To get involved, visit See for privacy and opt-out information.

May 18

27 min 16 sec

Is wellness to prescriptive and how can we optimise our individual health? We talk about understanding and optimising your hormones, the concept of happiness as a chemical concept, the role of stress and sleep, quick ways to boost your wellbeing, unlocking your potential and creating more self-compassion with Amy Thomson, founder of Moody.Amy Thomson: Moody See for privacy and opt-out information.

May 4

39 min 53 sec

We talk to Stanford lecturers David Bradford and Carole Robin about the six characteristics of an exceptional relationship and their relevance to all relationships in our lives from friends to family and colleagues. We look at how to shift out relationships along the continuum towards exceptions, how to foster interpersonal mindfulness, the importance of becoming both more curious and more vulnerable and the role of technology. David Bradford and Carole Robin: Connect See for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 27

36 min 8 sec

Everything you need to know about raising plant-based children from protein to calcium, iron, fat, carbohydrates, omega 3, milk, B12, vitamin D and so much more. With dieticians Whitney and Alex from Plant Based Juniors. Alexandra Caspero & Whitney English - Plant-Based Baby & Toddler See for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 20

52 min 55 sec

Renowned psychotherapist Julia Samuel talks about learning to face our difficulties with self-compassion, expectation versus reality, the relationship between happiness and change, escapism and building a strong foundation with her eight pillars of strength. Julia Samuel This Too Shall Pass See for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 13

44 min 4 sec

This week we’re looking at the practical advise on how to maximise, nurture and sustain your brain health with Professor James Goodwin, a leading expert on brain health. From managing stress levels to why meditation and yoga make your brain glow, the impact of intermittent fasting, how exercise creates new brain cells, the impact of sleep, of gut health and that cognitive decline is not inevitable. Professor James Goodwin Supercharge Your Brain See for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 6

33 min 8 sec

This week we’re talking to psychologist Adam Grant about upgrading your mindset; looking at the culture of failure, the importance of rethinking and keeping an open mind, how to create constructive dialogue, whether to follow our gut instinct and why ignorance isn’t such a bad thing.   See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 30

39 min 46 sec

Maisie Hill talks about the importance of understanding your cycle and all the stages women go through from the very first period through pre-menopause (all of our reproductive years), peri-menopause, menopause and post-menopause, and most importantly why having knowledge early on can make all the difference to how we feel later on. We talk contraception, hormones, fluctuations in mood, fertility awareness, tracking our cycle, the impact of stress and how what we eat can affect our periods. Books:Period Power, Peri-menopausal Power, Read your body, Taking Charge of Your Fertility, The Fifth Vital Sign  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 23

54 min 46 sec

We talk to behavioural scientist Dr Grace Lordan about what makes some people succeed while others are unable to reach their goals; from the importance of removing the ego to taking ourselves out of our comfort zones, changing our narrative and looking at long-term success over instant gratification. With a specific lens on creating purpose in our careers and reframing failure. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 16

38 min 26 sec

What actually is your metabolism; what’s the link between metabolism, your weight and calorie intake; can any foods, powders or supplements speed it up and does yo-yo dieting or restrictive eating have a negative impact? Today evolutionary biologist Herman Pontzer talks fact and fiction and why so many of the headlines are mis-selling us information when it comes to our metabolism, calories, our health and weight management.   See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 9

36 min 12 sec

With an introduction on our new charitable partnership with the Trussell Trust in support of their work supporting food banks across the UK and their campaign to end hunger; this episode then delves into a conversation with Fearne Cotton on creating boundaries, saying no (without a white lie), being true to who you really are, embracing vulnerability and finding compassion for yourself in order to live your most genuine, happy life.Trussell Trust: Our mix and match oat bar packs for the £1 donation: Cotton: Speak Your Truth See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 2

45 min 27 sec

Clinical psychologist and couples therapist, Michaela Thomas, talks to us about how to build a healthy relationship, why our relationship with ourself is the cornerstone of true connection and how to navigate the pressure for perfection. From embracing our vulnerability to asking for what we need, understanding the impact of technology and how to understand and then unpick the ways in which our upbringing shapes the way we form future connections.  Michaela Thomas See for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 23

47 min 36 sec

We talk to psychologist Ethan Kross – a world expert on controlling the conscious mind – on how we can harness the ongoing chatter in our heads, the ongoing internal conversation, to silence streams of self-doubt from our inner critic. From how ruminating on negative thoughts impacts on our relationships, work, physical health and stress levels; to why venting our emotions isn’t the answer and the tools we need to stop ruminating on negativity and catastrophising. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 16

40 min 18 sec

We talk to Dr Rangan Chatterjee on finding healthy habits, why we need to move away from quick fixes and why we need to look after ourselves as a whole; from finding a healthy weight and stopping yo-yo dieting to the role of sleep and bedtime routines, moving our bodies, morning rituals, getting outside and the impact of stress. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 9

49 min 52 sec

Why do we respond more to the negative over the positive; to criticism more than praise? Why do we worry so much? How can we stop our negative thought patterns? Science shows this negative thinking is innate, it’s our negativity bias and it explains why negative events and emotions affect us more strongly than positive ones. Our guests today, John Tierney and Roy Baumeister, explain why our brains work in this way and how we can recognise the negativity effect and break destructive patterns.  Ella and Matt’s recommendations: This Is Us, History Hit, Tudor Dynasties and Matt Haig’s The Midnight LibraryJohn Tierney and Roy Baumeister, The Power of Bad See for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 2

30 min 20 sec

Dr Alan Desmond, an NHS consultant with over twenty years of clinical experience, joins us to talk about the science behind a plant-based diet, the latest research and how it can help all of our wellbeing. Dr Desmond specialises in gastroenterology and the effect what we eat has both on our gut health and our overall wellbeing, he’s revolutionary in the sense that he prescribes a plant-based diet to his patients and he’s seen first-hand the extraordinary impact it can have. Dr Alan Desmond, The Plant Based Diet Revolution See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jan 26

47 min 12 sec

The last year has been full of unprecedented, unexpected, uncertain moments, which have thrown many of us through a loop. Today we talk to Gelong Thubten, a Buddhist monk, about how we can sit with that fear, how we can stop our minds from racing ahead and projecting into the future and how we can find moments of calm even when the world feels upside down. We look at the many positives, the irony of missing our busy lives and how we can cultivate more compassion and appreciation of lockdown; as well as the questions we should be asking ourselves in our collective quest for happiness when our external pick-me-up’s aren’t there. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jan 19

41 min 16 sec

We take a look at the simple, every day practices that can transform our mental and physical health from what we eat to how we sleep, the role of exercise, water and moments of calm. We’re answering all the key questions on why your five-a-day matters, why gut health has such a big impact on our wellbeing, what mindfulness means and whether we really need eight hours of sleep. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jan 12

1 hr 3 min

Ella and Matt reflect on 2020 from May’s birth story to navigating a business through the covid crisis, plans for next year, their personal favourite recipes and what happens behind the scenes at Deliciously Ella.A Monk's Guide To Happiness: Gelong Thubten  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Oct 2020

25 min 56 sec

With the world feeling increasingly uncertain and scary, finding the humour in life can often be a struggle but in this week's episode, Ella talks to author Naomi Bagdonas about why it's more important than ever. Despite seeming like a frivolous thing, they explore how humour has the power to actually connect us more as humans as well as the science on why it can impact our physical and mental health and ultimately our wellbeing.Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas: Humour, Seriously See for privacy and opt-out information.

Oct 2020

33 min 45 sec

Leading wellness speaker Gabby Bernstein talks about shifting the lens on the life we lead to create more ease, joy, calm and centring. From the importance of internalising our self-worth to why rock bottom can be a good thing, choosing to be open to new perspectives, stepping away from judgement, affirmations, self-sabotage, stress management and why doing the work to make the change isn’t always easy See for privacy and opt-out information.

Oct 2020

37 min 3 sec

An empowering conversation on the power of supporting one another with Cyndie Spiegel. We talk about turning complex emotions like jealousy into positive paths of self-awareness, grace and curiosity; why supporting one another starts with compassion for ourselves and overcoming imposter syndrome; how to build bridges even when we feel uncomfortable and why it’s ok to be ourselves, even if that doesn’t make everyone happy. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Oct 2020

29 min 11 sec

Vex King, the #1 best-selling author of Good Vibes, Good Life talks about how to shift your mindset, how he overcame huge obstacles to create the life he wanted and in doing so learnt to truly internalise positivity and gratitude. We talk about the importance of stopping seeing yourself as a victim in order to move forwards, the balance between positive well-being practices and a chasing of perfectionism, why the idea of self-love is misunderstood and how we can allow change in our lives. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Sep 2020

39 min 31 sec

Pauline Beaumont – therapist, author, mum of six and passionate baker – outlines the importance of slow, calming, mindful activities for nurturing our mental health. We talk about why balancing the frenetic, technology led parts of our lives with activities that allow us to find more presence, creativity and community is so important, why we need to celebrate life’s imperfections, what simple ingredients like flour and water can teach us about life and how emotional eating plays a role in our everyday. Pauline Beaumont, Bread Therapy See for privacy and opt-out information.

Sep 2020

39 min 54 sec

Dr Daniel Lieberman, a Harvard professor, talks us through why we’re over simplifying exercise in the modern world; why ‘just do it’ doesn’t work and why exercise really does matter. We look at how it’s connected to our mental and physical health, from coronavirus to depression; whether there is an optimal form or duration of exercise; how we’ve evolved – the biological and anthropological foundations of movement and whether sitting is the new smoking? Book: Daniel Lieberman, ExercisedOur app:IOS: See for privacy and opt-out information.

Sep 2020

39 min 14 sec

Tal Ben-Shahar created the most popular course in Harvard’s history, studying the science of happiness. He guides us through the universal pillars of happiness from the importance of learning and curiosity to our relationships, meaning and purpose, as well as the universal detractors from the downfall of technology to the gap in our expectations, the modern rat race and the misunderstanding of the connection between, wealth, success and happiness. Poem – The Guest House by RumiBook – Happier by Tal Ben-ShaharThe Happiness Studies Academy - See for privacy and opt-out information.

Sep 2020

42 min 48 sec

Our September back to school special is on how to de-stress and de-clutter your life, looking at how we can bring more joy, ease and efficiency into our every day. We talk to author of Life Skills Erin Zammett Ruddy about morning routines, skipping the snooze button, boosting our energy in three minutes, organising the house, creating a positive working from home environment, streamlining our overflowing inboxes, de-stressing in less than a minute, meditation, saying no and walking into a room with confidence with tips from wellness leaders like Arianna Huffington and Dr Oz. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Sep 2020

51 min 34 sec

Why should we be optimistic about the solutions to climate change? Why is positivity more likely to give us better results and what does the latest research show? We talk to Lily Cole about everything from rewilding to the power of technology, the role of food, the limits of the individual, eco-anxiety, conscious consumerism, green washing and how contradictory and imperfect many of the solutions are. Plus what Elon Musk thinks and how hard it was to follow Greta Thunberg’s advice. Lily Cole: Who Cares Wins See for privacy and opt-out information.

Aug 2020

44 min 48 sec

We spend about a third of our lives at work so finding joy, balance, purpose and structure is so important. Yet so many of us feel instead that our jobs are a daily grind that have a negative impact on our mental wellbeing, so today we’re asking Samantha Clarke how we can change that. From tips on working from home to the myth of the overnight success, finding inspiration, dealing with burn out, the over glamorisation of entrepreneurship and truly switching on and off at the start and the end of the day, we look at creating better relationships at work, reconciling work life balance and taking control of our everyday. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Aug 2020

52 min 19 sec

We speak to Helen Lewis, author of Difficult Women, about feminist hero’s, the importance of embracing our imperfections and flaws, why we airbrush certain parts of stories, why we tear each other down and why women can’t always support women. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Aug 2020

49 min 11 sec

We talk a lot about the importance of sharing our worries and anxieties, but what can we do on a practical level to change negative cycles and to create consistent patterns that support our mental health. Physiatrist, Dr Sarah Vohra, talks irrational thoughts and beliefs, why we catastrophise, what causes negative thought patterns and sabotaging cycles, the role of our senses, why quick fixes don’t work and what’s the role of those around us. Dr Sarah Vohra, The Mind Medic See for privacy and opt-out information.

Aug 2020

38 min 54 sec

Body image concerns are prevalent, so the question is how do we proactively fight against that pressure and foster a body sense of self and in doing so create a positive body image. Should we just stop talking about body image altogether, how far reaching are the consequences of a negative view on ourselves, what role does social media play and how do we change it for our children? We explore all this and much more with body image researcher Nadia Craddock. A starter list of recommendations:Social Media Accounts@car_uwe@nadia.craddock@phillippa.diedrichs@emily.l.matheson@honeykinny@beauty_redined@maxineali@yrfatfriend@munroebergdorf@scarrednotscared@antidietriotclub@bodyposipanda@bodyimage_therapist@chr1styharrisonBooksShrill by Lindy WestBody Positive Power by Meagan CrabbeFearing the Black Body by Sabrina StringsHunger by Roxane GayThe Beauty Myth by Naomi WolfBody Respect by Lindo Bacon (published as Linda Bacon) and Lucy AphramorPodcastsAppearance Matters – the official podcast of the Centre for Appearance Research – with Nadia Craddock and Jade ParnellThe Body Protest with Nadia Craddock and Honey RossFood Psych with Christy Harrison RD See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jul 2020

49 min 30 sec

We so often see perfectionism as a positive flaw but could it be having a detrimental impact on our mental health? We speak to LSE professor Dr Thomas Curran about the rise in perfectionism, the conflict of who we really are versus an idealistic view of ourselves, our increasing focus on meeting unrealistic expectations, the correlation to anxiety, how social media comes into it and how focusing on our self-esteem and purpose can counteract the concerning trends that we’re seeing.  Thomas’ Ted Talk:  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jul 2020

38 min 54 sec

Over the course of the day we take about 25,000 breaths. It’s a process that is so automatic for so many of us but could it be a missing pillar of health? Today we explore the topic of breathing looking at the history and latest scientific research with journalist James Nestor, author of Breath. We look at the potential power of consciously breathing from the roots of breath in Buddhist, the Chinese Tao and the history of yoga to its links to stress, anxiety, mental health; why we should be breathing through our nose; why breathing less can give us more; how office life stops us breathing and how the little things can have a big impact on our lives. James Nestor: Breath Book Links for Quick and Easy:UK worldwide delivery of the UK edition:  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jul 2020

39 min 49 sec

From the impact of coronavirus and quarantine on our relationships to online dating, marriage, divorce, the ups and downs of being single, love at first sights and whether soulmates exist, we’re looking at fifteen facts on love and relationships with Laura Mucha. Laura’s Book: We Need to Talk About LoveLaura’s first podcast episode on attachment theory: Dolan’s podcast episode on Happy Ever After: price links for Quick and Easy: See for privacy and opt-out information.

Jul 2020

53 min 11 sec

Why should we believe in human goodness? Today we’re exploring the power of human kindness and why the theory that most people are governed by self-interest is possibly totally inaccurate. Our guest Rutger Bregman instead argues that history shows we are fundamentally altruistic and kind, it’s a refreshing, optimistic view of the world that we hope will give you a little hope. BooksRutger Bregman, HumankindHans Rosling, Factfulness – the book on why the world is getting better A link to an article detailing more about the real Lord of the Flies: See for privacy and opt-out information.

May 2020

37 min 51 sec

What happens when life as you know it disappears in an instant, when the world is swept from under you and every part of your day to day shifts. We’re talking to our friend Lauren who experienced extreme isolation eight years ago about finding blessings, appreciating connections, not losing sight of the future or gratitude in adversity, as well as the importance of looking to the future even when the future is so hard to predict, the lessons we can take from disconnection and distance and the importance of perspective at all times. A how to in living by the moto ‘live life as though everything is rigged in your favour’ Lauren’s Vogue article: You’ll find the By Sarah products on in the next couple of weeks See for privacy and opt-out information.

May 2020

38 min 28 sec

From finding motivation to boosting your energy levels, emotional eating, boredom snacking, morning routines and managing any pressure to be using this time productivity, we’re talking staying healthy at home with nutritional therapist Eve Kalinik See for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 2020

38 min 2 sec

A calming, grounding guided meditation to make you feel a little more calm and peaceful during this strange time. The meditation itself runs from 5.30 - 21.20 and is led by Phoebe Greenacre  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 2020

24 min 11 sec

A shorter episode focused on what we’ve been enjoying reading, watching and listening to during these strange times and how we’re trying to keep happy and productive.Poem: The Rainbow Children, Gemma Peacock  Books: Playing to win, A. G. Larfley and Roger L. MartinDifferent: Escaping the Competitive Herd, Youngme MoonWhen Breath Becomes Air, Paul KalanithiAny Human Heart, William Boyd Educated, Tara Westover A Monk’s Guide to Happiness, Gelong Thubten  TV Show:Unorthodox, Netflix  PodcastHow I Built This, Guy Raz How To Fail, Elizabeth DayMo Gawdat episode: Dropout, ABC News Can We Just Ask, Season 2, What’s the Good News Gelong Thubten on Happiness as a Choice:  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 2020

24 min 58 sec

How can we manage the huge shifts and monumental changes we’re dealing with across the world right now? How do we find joy and keep our sense of self when the way we define ourselves and our everyday has shifted so drastically and so quickly? Can we reframe the uncertainty and anxiety that so many of us our feeling? Psychotherapist Anna Mathur is helping us get to grips with it all, bringing us a little group therapy and helping us find a little more compassion and understanding for ourselves and each other.For more info on Anna’s reframing anxiety course: See for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 2020

38 min 12 sec

Does our quest for a seemingly perfect life, a constant need to keep up with the Joneses and a series of unachievable expectations fuel our growing levels of unhappiness and anxiety? We’re looking at the social norms that surround marriage, children, careers, education, income and so much more with Paul Dolan, a professor of behavioural science at the London School of Economics, looking at the research and the science behind the narratives. Happy Ever After: Paul Dolan See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 2020

39 min 53 sec

How do we reframe our thinking to believe good things can happen, how do we spread good in such a difficult time and how can we manage our mindset to stop us drifting into negativity bias, especially in such an uncertain period? Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart talks us through the power of the mind, the law of attraction and whether creating the life we want is luck, faith at work or something explainable by science. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 2020

47 min 39 sec

Today’s guest, therapist Sasha Bates, talks embracing vulnerability, expanding our emotional bandwidth, why we shouldn’t cut ourselves off from difficult emotions and the importance of stopping the ‘I’m fine’ mentality. From loosening the protective emotional armour we can create in childhood to understanding avoidance and denial, creating space for feelings, finding gems in the rubble and treating vulnerability and pain with kindness, we discuss all manner of ways to embrace and understand life’s challenges. Sasha Bates, Languages of Loss See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 2020

38 min 22 sec

Does our cultural move away from the natural world impact our mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing? Does it really change things in our brains, guts and our ability to heal? What does the science say? Our guest is the science journalist Lucy Jones – looking at the most recent studies on our relationship with nature and how it interacts with human biology, neuroscience and psychology, as well the impact of pollution and the concept of eco-anxiety and how our disconnect from nature impacts on climate change.  Lucy Jones: Loosing Eden Deliciously Ella Live: Bristol, 11th May - Gelong Thubten How to Find Genuine Happiness  How do we find peace, presence and happiness in the business of the world around us? Can we make happiness an internal quality rather than something we’re on a constant quest for and that needs external validation to happen? We’re looking at compassion, discipline, the science of meditation and how to navigate the modern world with Buddhist monk Gelong Thubten.   London, 13th May, Dr Rangan ChatterjeeThe Quick and Easy Ways to Create a Healthier Life Can five minutes make a difference to our lives? Can we really create healthy habits that impact our mental and physical wellbeing in that time, lower stress and boost our relationships. Dr Rangan Chatterjee believes we can, and that’s what he’ll be able to tell us all about.   Edinburgh, 17th May, Dr Megan Rossi The Power of Our Gut Health How can what we eat, our stress levels and the way we move impact the gut and why does that matter? How does the gut brain connection work and how can I make it all work a little better? We’ll be delving into the science behind our gut health and how that impacts on almost every part of our physical and mental wellbeing with Dr Megan Rossi, a leading expert in the field.   Cardiff, 19th May, Gelong Thubten How to Find Genuine Happiness  How do we find peace, presence and happiness in the business of the world around us? Can we make happiness an internal quality rather than something we’re on a constant quest for and that needs external validation to happen? We’re looking at compassion, discipline, the science of meditation and how to navigate the modern world with Buddhist monk Gelong Thubten.   Dublin, 21st May, Shahroo Izadi Making Positive, Long Lasting Changes How many times have you tried to break a negative cycle, give up a habit that doesn’t help you or make a change in your life only to find yourself back at square one a week later? We’re talking to behaviour psychologist Shahroo Izadi about making these habits stick, about creating true change in our lives and allowing the healthier habits that we know may help us become an easy, enjoyable part of our every day.   Manchester, 26th May - Amelia FreerHealthy Eating 101 Healthy eating can feel very confusing - what to believe and what not to? With contradictory headlines in the media almost daily it can be hard to get a clear sense of what we should be doing to feel our best. We’ll be talking myth versus fact and breaking down what really matter and what doesn’t when it comes to balanced, healthy, sustainable, delicious eating habits with nutritionist Amelia Freer.   Leeds, 27th May, Shahroo Izadi Making Positive, Long Lasting Changes How many times have you tried to break a negative cycle... See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 2020

39 min

Can we build a healthy brain? Are there psychological and lifestyle factors that impact on our brain’s functioning and therefore our wellbeing? We’re talking to Kimberley Wilson, a psychologist who’s passionate about education on the preventative measures we can take when it comes to brain health. We talk everything from why we ignore mental health symptoms to dementia, depression, anxiety, stress, diet and managing our emotional health. Kimberley Wilson, How to Build a Healthy Brain: Reduce stress, anxiety and depression and future-proof your brain - See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 2020

41 min 51 sec

For our final episode of series 4, we're joined by the wonderful journalist Toni Jones, founder of Shelf Help: global platform, book club and community dedicated to self-help and self-development. Toni kicks off the episode by interviewing Matt and Ella about the whirlwind year they’ve had and how much they’ve learnt from our incredible podcast guests. From setting boundaries to work life balance, daily routines and new year’s resolutions. We then go on to discuss three gorgeous books, recommended by Toni, to help kickstart 2020.Shelf HelpGelong Thubten100 Days of Self-discoveryFeel the Fear and Do it Anyway by Susan JeffersThe Source: Open Your Mind, Change Your Life by Dr Tara Swart See for privacy and opt-out information.

Dec 2019

46 min 29 sec