You cannot run a business if you are not there to run it. When you treat your body right, you’re able to show up and be more boss. Of course putting that knowledge to practice can be difficult. We’ve put together our library to help you find that healthy lifestyle that’s unique to your needs and provides you actionable tips on how to devote yourself to health in a way that will expand your capacity for creativity.
When you’re a creative, there’s often a whole heap of overlap between your work and what you do for fun. But making time for doing things that you enjoy that have NOTHING to do with work is important, even if it requires a bit more effort and intention. In today’s episode, Emily shares with you […]
In this all new era of Being Boss, Emily is all alone and she’s focused on making sure she continues to thrive. She’s going over how to control your negative self-talk, setting yourself up for success, creating proof of your accomplishments, investing in yourself, and so much more.
You know it by now: when you treat your body right, you’re able to be more boss, but how many of you are actually putting that knowledge to practice? Well today we are joined by Ali Shapiro of the Insatiable Podcast who is blowing our minds about finding a healthy lifestyle that’s unique to your […]
Candice Kumai, classically-trained chef, five-time best-selling author, wellness journalist, and former tv host, joins us to talk about finding success, celebrating her culture to find meaning in the work she does, and the importance of sharing your story. “If we don’t share our stories, we’re never going to be able to move past the struggle.” -Candice […]
We’re feeling re-inspired to dive back into a regular meditation practice, so in this episode, we’re talking about our experiences with meditation, some resources we draw upon to cultivate our meditation practices, and practical steps on how to get into your own meditation practice. I have a lot of resistance that comes up around the […]
Today we’re so excited to welcome Melissa Hartwig, founder of the Whole30, back on Being Boss to talk all about her new book on how to make a lifestyle that feels healthy, satisfying, and sustainable. Writing a book is a huge project, so we talk to Melissa about that creative process and how you can […]
Today we’re talking details about the tools we use to feel good in work and life—including our Work/Life Balance Worksheet and our 4 Business Questions Worksheet. We’re talking about what it means to feel good in work and life physically, mentally, and emotionally, and we’re getting specific about mindset, money, work-life, and growth that gets us […]
Today we’re talking with sleep boss, Christine Hansen, about how to get a solid night’s sleep to allow you to wake up refreshed, with more energy, and ready to tackle your day and rock your business like a boss.
Amy Kuretsky is a health coach and acupuncturist who coaches creative entrepreneurs be their healthiest selves. Today she’s talking with us about how your health and wellness is really key to starting and running a successful business and being boss.
Katie Dalebout is a writer, blogger, speaker, and podcaster who curates inspired wisdom that guides people develop a positive image of their bodies by embracing their creativity and personality outside of their physicality. Her own journey was largely fueled by journaling as she talks about in her new book, Let It Out: A Journey Through […]
We recently took a trip to New Orleans—just the two of us—and decided to record an episode on self care because if you don’t take care of yourself, then how can you expect to be boss? We’re talking about building a healthy foundation, fitness, food, beauty, boundaries, and investing in yourself as much (or even […]
Today we’re talking to Jason Harrison of Present Tense Fitness. Jason is a personal trainer and lifestyle coach, and since you know that we love to occasionally geek out about fitness—especially when it parallels the journey of creatives—we’re going to be talking to him about fitness, lifestyle, and being a creative entrepreneur.
Herbalist and nutrition expert, Lindsay Kluge of Ginger Tonic Botanicals, is joining us today on Being Boss to talk about herbal medicine, the mind-body connection, and self-care. Because even as you’re doing the work to be boss, it’s important to make sure you’re treating your body right too!.
To the working moms, mom-to-be’s, and mamapreneurs—this episode is for you! We’re talking with postpartum health expert Rebecca Egbert about self care—mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually—for mothers who are also boss.
As creative entrepreneurs, you (usually) get to choose where you want to work. So today we want to talk about the pros and cons of working from home and tips on how to establish work / life balance & boundaries so you can work from home like a boss.
In this episode, the Wellness Challenge worksheet was mentioned. Download your copy here!
We all know that self-care is important. Taking care of your number one employee (that’s you!) is crucial if you want to grow a healthy business. But what does that actually look like? And what if you’re not a total gym rat?
Part of Being Boss is finding a solid work-life balance. We talk about work a lot here on the podcast, so in today’s minisode, we’re sharing what our weekends are like and how we hold them as sacred space apart from the hustle.
Part of Being Boss is celebrating like a boss—from big milestones to minor wins to getting through a solid work day. One of our favorite ways to celebrate being boss is with a great cocktail, so today we’re sharing our favorite cocktails to get you in the happy hour mood.
This minisode is all about how we eat and listen to our bodies when it comes to food. We’re talking about our own eating habits and diet choices and how it affects us as bosses in work and life.
Kathleen here. I’ve got four tips for you today on how to destress your life and work happier.
Today we’re getting personal. We’ve had members of our Facebook group ask us some questions about things we’ve mentioned in previous episodes, that they’d like to hear more about—from owning rental properties to homeschooling and daycare to our relationships/partners.