"My nan would say stay sassy every night before bed”
Steph Elswood has turned her life around from an eating disorder partly thanks to a phrase from her nan, which is now at the core of one of her biggest successes. A women’s wellbeing and dance community called Stay Sassy.
Steph had suffered from an eating disorder and negative thoughts about her body while training to be a dancer. At one point in her dance career, one teacher told her to lose weight from her knees.
Scott and Steph share their respective journeys with sobriety and diet and discuss how the most important thing of all is to keep doing what’s right for you.
CW: This episode contains references to suicide
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Alex Bowen opens up for the first time, about how the loss of a close personal friend has helped him find a new purpose in life.
Scott and Alex also discuss living with anxiety and the importance of enjoying your...
“It was like looking at miracles.”
Nadia Thorburn is mum to four children; including TRIPLETS!
Thousands have followed her on Instagram as her children have grown up. But what’s the real story of Nadia’s second pregnancy?
Nadia opens up to Scott about how she struggled to convince people she was...