Tina Falk joins us to reflect on how Chinese Astrology affects our attitudes toward the holidays.
Elaine Wellman shares how she was able to navigate a sticky family Christmas shopping tradition
Michelle shares what she did to be able to survive the ghosts of Thanksgiving past and find enjoyment in celebrating new traditions.
Today Nicole shares a powerful tip for rewriting how you want to experience the holidays.
The holiday season is upon us! Because the summer minisodes were so popular, we decided to offer some holiday minisodes to help you get through this often challenging time of year. Each week, from the beginning of November through the end of December, we’ll be bringing you bite-sized nuggets of goodness to enhance your day.
Michelle & Nicole close out Season 8 with some practical advice on how to effectively handle the incidents of your past trauma being triggered by current events.
One phrase used to silence us at some point in our lives can affect the way we use our voices in the long-term. Our subconscious wants to protect us and our hearts, but we need to teach it to let go and let ourselves speak. Tracy helps people overcome this and find their true voices.
Tanya Geisler – certified Life and Business Coach (CPCC), TEDxWomen speaker, and writer – teaches women and women-identified people, how to step into their starring roles, own their authority, and overcome the Impostor Complex in their life, in their work, and in their life’s work. We are so blessed to have her join us on the Sparkle Hour!
In the Sparkle School lesson, Michelle and Nicole talk about how to take your personal “ripple effect” and turn it up to Rockstar-level.
We considered turning this episode into a “drinking game” around the words “Badass” or “Badassery”, then reflected that we would be so plastered by the end, we decided not to roll with that.
Samantha & Kathy share the “origin story” of Badassery Magazine. How they met, how the clicked and how they grew into what they are today. They reflect on their relationship and how their complementary skills make the business work.