• Podcast

    What I’ve Learnt about Trauma. Rebbecca Hemmings S:2 E:1

    As an introduction to the second series of the Time to Glow Up Podcast, Rebbecca shares her learning on trauma. After overcoming her cancer experience, Rebbecca has become fascinated with how trauma and recovery works. After attending a Mindbody Breakthrough course with Wale Oladipo on the topic, she is keen to share some golden nuggets to help others deal with their own trauma. https://ia801503.us.archive.org/17/items/whativelearnedabouttraumas2e1final_20200307/What%20I%27ve%20Learned%20About%20Trauma%20S2%20E1%20-%20Final.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS

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    Having 20k Followers on Instagram was Hurting Me Mentally

    Social media expert Georgiana, bravely shares how her use of Instagram fuelled her self-defeating and destructive eating disorder. Gain insight into how she realised the need for change, the actions she took to fight back and how she is now leading a balanced healthy and happy lifestyle. https://ia801509.us.archive.org/6/items/georgianainterviewfinal/Georgiana%20Interview%20Final.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS

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    “I didn’t Beat Cancer to be in this Mundane Job” Rachel Johnson S:1 Ep:5

    Be inspired by how Rachel dealt with the brutalising effects of radiotherapy to treat her head and neck cancer at age 28. Losing her hair and having a blistered and burned face from the radiotherapy, left Rachel a virtual recluse but she found a way to rise again. Hear and be inspired by her remarkable bounce-back story https://ia601408.us.archive.org/12/items/rachelsinterviewfinal/Rachel%27s%20Interview%20-%20Final.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS

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    “My Difficult Past Drives Me (towards success)” Tinashe Sibanda S:1 Ep: 3

    Hear how this 25-year-old Forex Trader and entrepreneur is killing it right now in Birmingham, with amongst other ventures: co-owning Nakira Restaurant and Bar and Bantu African Restaurant (the only African fine dining restaurant outside of London). However, his drive comes from a deep place of pain and deprivation stemming from his home country, Zimbabwe. Listen to his incredible story about how he worked through his emotional trauma to thrive on phenomenal scale. https://ia801409.us.archive.org/1/items/tinashefinalpodcastaudio/Tinashe%20Final%20podcast%20audio.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS

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    Following Your Yes. Interview with Lindsay Jay S1: Ep:2

    Fitness presenter and Yogafit Retreat co-director Lindsay Jay talks with host Rebbecca Hemmings about her physical and emotional journey from the hustle and bustle of the UK, to the serene shores of Ibiza Spain. Driven by a desire of a better life for her son, Lindsay has said ‘goodbye’ to fear and has embraced love as a state of being. https://ia601508.us.archive.org/14/items/lindsayjaypodcastinterview/Lindsay%20Jay%20Podcast%20Interview%20Absolute%20Final.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS

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    My Post Cancer Glow Up Podcast. S:1 Ep:1

    Founder of The Time to Glow Up podcast Rebbecca Hemmings, launches the platform with the tale of her own glow up journey after her breast cancer experience in 2017. She also takes the time to explain who the podcast is for and why she decided to create it. It’s definitely worth a listen for all those looking to embark on their own transformative glow up journeys. NB: I made a mistake! When talking about intermittent fasting I meant to say I fast between 6pm and 10am (not pm). I hope that makes far more sense. The meditation book and app I refer to is called Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to…

  • Out and About

    Daring to go Against the Grain

    This Christmas, my daughter and I did something very different; we visited Ireland and climbed a mountain! Okay, so I later discovered it’s actually officially a hill, but since the height, rough terrain and steep gradients proved such a magnificent challenge, I am happy to remain blissfully ignorant. We conquered Mount Bray! Let’s rewind. Last Christmas I made a promise to myself that we would not have another simply ‘just okay’ Christmas. You know the one that looks like: Wake-up – open presents – watch boring TV – consume copious amounts of food – watch more TV – play games with the family – sleep. Don’t get me wrong, I…