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All humans have emotional baggage, and yet, so many of us are unaware of what we're carrying until we hit a low point, experience a health crisis, or recognise that we're in a painful pattern with our relationships or how we feel about and treat ourselves. Natalie Lue expands her popular blog Baggage Reclaim into podcast form with a weekly show about how to live and love with more self-esteem by unpacking, decluttering and tidying up our excess emotional baggage. It's time to reclaim yoursel ...
 
12-episode explorations of life's most common & interesting questions. Our question for season 1 is this: "Should I get married?" Host Nicole Antoinette and her guests will explore love, sex, and money, cohabitation, heartbreak, partnership without self-abandonment, monogamy and non-monogamy, growing together vs growing apart, the privileges, oppressions, traditions, and expectations of marriage, and so. much. more!
 
Simplify is a podcast for anyone who’s taken a close look at their habits, their happiness, their relationships, or their health and thought, “There’s got to be a better way to do this.” Hear ideas that get you to better from Gretchen Rubin, David Allen, Rebecca Traister, Dan Savage, Seth Godin and many more. Hosted by Caitlin Schiller and Ben Schuman-Stoler. Brought to you by Blinkist.
 
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The podcast that takes you from where you are to where you wanna be in 30 minutes or less. Every week Imrie is joined by a groundbreaking guest to discover the tools and techniques that have set them up for success in their personal or professional lives. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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***Watch out for one or two swears*** It's series four, welcome back! This episode's especially for you if you're like the very (very) many people I've worked with this year who're holding back on price increases because of the cost of living crisis. Or not marketing in the face of terrible world events. Because neither are valid reasons to get pai…
 
Unless you've got the stamina of Mo Farah - if do content creation for long enough and you'll have ups and downs with certain platforms. In the past six months, I've had a meh moment with Instagram. Not intentional, I didn't flounce off, I'm not even p*ssed off about Reels - was just focused on other stuff (hello darling podcast). But I've found so…
 
It can be bloody infuriating when someone makes a mistake or does us wrong and they refuse to acknowledge or take responsibility. But plenty of us don't even know what the hell taking responsibility means, so Natalie breaks it down in this week's episode. Instagram | Break The Cycle Online Course | Blog | Shop…
 
Starting a weekly email newsletter 3 years ago was a game-changer for my business. It created a quiet space where my Instagram followers (the only place where my online audience could find me, at the time) could get to know me better. Which is what most people need if they're going to trust and buy from you. So to help you get your newsletter off t…
 
Today I’m bringing you the final episode of our first season. And who better to interview to close out this 12-part conversation on marriage than my own partner, Tom Grossmith (he/him), who many of you know by his trail name: Gent. In this episode we answer a bunch of listener questions about money, kids, conflict, jealousy, alone time—and, of cour…
 
What if you really want a partner, but don't yet have one? Why do we think it "means" something about us if we aren't yet in the relationships we thought we would be by a certain age? Holly Whitaker (she/her) joins us today to talk about her experience of being mostly single over the past 10 years. She shares honestly about what it’s like to really…
 
How can our boundaries support deeper intimacy? What do we lose when we're stuck in a loop of people-pleasing? Natalie Lue (she/her) joins us to share stories about some of the obstacles to intimacy she’s had to navigate—such as people-pleasing and poor boundaries. In the realm of boundaries she also shares about her experience of needing to creati…
 
This time, for the Series 3 finale (already!) we hear from Insta-trained photographer Hannah Birtwistle Argyle on how it feels to have grown an account (and livelihood) on The Gram only for it to pivot to video. "You almost feel a little bit rejected by Instagram like it's done the dirty on you. Like, 'we were doing so well why did you go and do th…
 
**One swear, don't be shocked** Getting to grips with what your brand is can be tricky af, especially if you're a solo business. Can I be a brand all on my own? It's helped me to understand brand as a promise, that you make to your customers/followers/clients. Listen to find out mine and start thinking about yours. And what Will Smith's got to do w…
 
How do you heal on purpose? What might help to bring you back to yourself after a life-changingly hard experience? Cait Flanders (she/her) joins us to talk about healing. More specifically, she shares what the past 2.5 years have been like while healing from a sex-related trauma. (So yes, this is a gentle content warning for you about the conversat…
 
Big Insta growth stories are usually too good to be true, but in the case of food blogger Sarah Barnes aka @tamingtwins a truly soulful approach has seen her numbers sky rocket. In just 3 months she's grown her audience to over 100k. Listen to discover the secret to audience-centred audience growth. We chat about market research Pinterest TikTok bl…
 
***Watch out sensitive ears, one swear word near the beginning*** How long have you been planning, and not doing, your online course? It's properly challenging to get an course finished (or even started!). An uphill struggle every time. But in the past few years since I started making my living from online learning, I've found a few strategies that…
 
How to convince people your ideas are great, or pitches that do not suck is the topic of this week's chat with my friend, Antonia Taylor (@antoniataylorpr). Toni is a PR founder with two decades of experience of getting her clients the right kind of press coverage. But she's more than just that one thing. She's also a writer, featured in Red magazi…
 
Is it time to think about organising an event in real life? Listen to hear how my business went from real life to online during the pandemic, and how I never thought it would go back again. Until now... Topics, community connection collaboration small business profitability event management I mention the episode of The #JustBloodyPostIt Podcast wit…
 
Lydia Finney runs an Instagram account that really shouldn't work, but really does - balancing her love of crafting with her passion for politics. In times of crisis, she runs a virtual news channel from her kitchen table, sharing educational and reassuring content for her 25k followers (and counting). We chat about the energy she gives to her acco…
 
One of the biggest mistakes you can make if you want to do good content marketing is to become too attached, too early, the results you want. It gets in the way of getting the results you want. Trust me, and listen to find out why. Topics, engagement calls to action audience growth conversation My new Newsletter Writers Hour is free to join every T…
 
What role might therapy play in our relationships? How do we support a partner through a tough mental health time? What if both people are having a hard time at the same time? Grizel Williams (she/her) joins us to talk about being a newlywed, and about her experiences at the intersection of marriage and mental health. You can find Grizel at grizelc…
 
Stylist Lynne Meek joined Instagram in 2015 because her kids told her it would 'suit her creativity'. And they were right. On the platform, she quickly found a tribe of women who loved her comfy-casual-glamorous look...but didn't know where to buy it. Because the clothes Lynne was posting weren't easily available in the shops. So in 2018 Lynne laun…
 
When you're entirely self-taught are qualified to help others? In this note, I explain how I made myself a content marketing expert from the internet, books (it's all out there), watching and doing. Topics, Imposter syndrome Photography Video Writing Brand Accountability Also, I needed a kick up the arse this week and got it in the form of this pod…
 
How do you know if (or when) you want to have kids? What happens to your marriage after having a baby? Becca Piastrelli (she/her) joins us to talk about her experiences with marriage and motherhood, and in particular how having a baby was like dropping a bomb right into the center of her relationship with her husband. She talks about the decision t…
 
American-Ukrainian writer Tetyana Denford says that she's been surviving on "no sleep and fumes" since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Instead, she's been using her voice and social channels to make noise, spread the word, spread news and connect with other desperately worried people. In this conversation we talk about, how social media is giving …
 
How do you divide up chores within a partnership? How much money is shared money? What are the daily friction points of being together for many years? Katelin Bannan (she/her) joins us to dig into all the minutia of her 11-year marriage: money, sex, chores, whether a relationship needs to stay exciting over time, and more. You can find Katelin on I…
 
Our guest this time, authentic business coach George Kao (click here to follow him on Instagram and here to check out his YouTube channel) is all about doing marketing differently. Me too, George! Forget sales funnels and six-figure promises, even forget results. Yeah - really. Instead, we chat about, ditching your agenda YouTube why he's quit Inst…
 
Today I’m here with a little minisode for you, a peek behind the scenes if you will, which is a chance for me to answer two questions I’ve been getting from folks since this show started back in January. The first question is why I chose a pop-up style and what that will mean for new seasons going forward. And the second question is about how my li…
 
Natalie talks about why it can be problematic when we question or belittle another person's fear of something and why focusing on how 'good' we think we are or the 'good things' we think we've done stops us from respecting why the person is afraid. Instagram | Break The Cycle Online Course | Blog | Shop…
 
This time, we chat about where the new followers and subscribers are coming from in 2022. And, how much energy we should give community growth which platforms are worth prioritising what kinds of content attracts new eyes ***Health warning*** I won't manage to do all of the things I mention in this episode - it's a wish-list-smorgasbord-of-audience…
 
How do you know when it's time to leave a relationship? What if leaving means breaking your own heart? Sasha Glasgow (she/her) joins us to share about her own tender experience of navigating heartbreak, about the doubts and fears that kept her in a relationship longer than she maybe should have stayed, and about the fact that grief has no timeline.…
 
Natalie Campbell describes herself as a 'social entrepreneur' - or - someone who is trying to do business better. Her drinks company Belu gives 100% of its profits to water aid and she has just picked up an MBE for services to entrepreneurship. She's also a broadcaster on Badass Women's hour and Harper Colins author. We chat about, how to run a pub…
 
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