#204: Annemarie Chase is originally from Anchorage, Alaska and has been a YouTube creator since 2012. After graduating from University of Southern California in 2018, she embarked on her journey from balancing YouTube, exploring her curiosity with coding, mental health practices, and more.
In 2021, she was part of the NYC creator house, "Your Mom's House" and since then, has explored living between Alaska and NYC.
How to maintain relationships after college in your 20sThe...
#203: What does your current wellness routine or habits look like? How do you currently feel, like really feel?
On this episode, Emily shares her personal habits that she incorporates into her own daily and weekly wellness routine and how it has positively impacted her over the past 6-8 months.
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#202: Eric Z. Yang is an entrepreneur born and raised in Paris, France but currently residing in Bangkok, Thailand. After feeling burnt out by his former Virtual Summit Agency business, he experienced a 2-year lull of career slump and other personal adversities that led him to feeling depressed and in a phase of low mental health.
After finding new personal hobbies and creating balance outside of his entrepreneurial ventures, Eric began to find a connection with a new venture where he...
#201: Bonus episode - in past conversation, Emily was asked by a friend on advice for whether she should stay in her current relationship or leave. This person was feeling torn about what to do, especially as she lives with her current partner and Emily shared her thoughts on how to best "objectively" evaluate whether that partner is an aligned fit or not.
Emily also warns about the idea of "you can do so much better" - because the question is...what does "better" really mean? And can you...
#200: Do you ever feel slightly overwhelmed starting in a new year, especially when you feel like you should have certain goals and an idea of "what you want to accomplish" for the year? And when everyone is talking about new habits, routines, etc.?
If so, then this episode may be helpful for you. Emily sits down solo to share her mindful and practical approach for 2023 and how she breaks it down from taking it one day and one month at a time, as well as how she incorporates a practical...
#199: On this last episode of 2022, Emily sits down for an extremely open and raw talk discussion with a close friend, Elia Canu, who was previously on the podcast on episode 187. This conversation was sparked by a "full circle" experience from a time in August 2021 where Elia planted the seed around Hawkins Scale of Consciousness and tapping into a consistent "loving vibration". As Emily has expanded her practice through mindfulness in this past year, she's recognized how she utilizes the...
#198: Rich Heller is no stranger to conflict. Rich grew up in NYC, is a child of divorce, has been divorced, and successfully remarried. He and his partner Katherine have been married for over 20 year and launched five children into the world. He attended Vassar College for his BA and Hunter School of Social Work for his MA. Rich is also a trained mediator and parent coordinator, Professional Certified Coach, and an ELI Master Practitioner.
Why Rich left his first marriage...
#197: Have you ever found yourself with some sort of "mental block" due to overthinking or overanalyzing a situation? Aka maybe you're sometimes just "too in your head" but you haven't figured out a way to shift into being attuned to other parts of your mind and body.
On this bonus episode, Emily dives into the incredible impact of her practice with mindfulness and how it coincides with her desire of being in a constant "loving state" and "love vibration", which she often struggled with...
#196: On this episode, Emily Elizabeth picks out two questions submitted from listeners to answer and discuss on this solo Q&A. She dives into her personal attachment style in relationships and how this realization has helped her work towards a more "secure" attachment style, her love languages and how important it is to be aware of potential differences in love languages with your partner, and lastly, the best "travel advice" she's ever received and her personal tips on maximizing your...
#195: On this raw talk segment, Emily sits down with a close friend (and former co-worker) Jordan Voth to chat about all things having a secure and healthy relationship. Emily often asks Joran about her approach and perspective around her nearly 4-year relationship and notices that she has a very secure and confident framework, while also enabling herself to "live her own individual life" in her early-mid 20s.
Tune in to this episode to hear a unique perspective from a fellow 20-some year old...
#194: (REPOST EPISODE) We all go through various changes in life and at certain times, we are faced with the choice of taking a leap and leaving our comfort zone (maybe like your hometown, current job, etc.) or living with the question of, "what if?"
On this episode, Emily dives into her personal experience from leaving her hometown of 8,000 people to move to Southern California by herself at the age of 18 (plus leaving that comfort zone and heading to NYC), how she overcame the fear of the...
#193: On this bonus episode for the week, Emily sits down to share some mindful reflections and thoughts she's had over the recent months, especially as we come to a slow end to another year.
These reflections focus on main lessons or realizations she's had in 2022 and how some of these may apply in your own personal life and how you can navigate the tough obstacles - from learning to trust your instinct or your rational thinking, creating time for relationships even when you are heavily...
#192: Jessica Da Silva is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Attachment Coach helping adults end their unhealthy dating patterns and create strong, secure relationships using the Attachment Theory Framework.
Jessica fell in love with all things attachment styles because she knows the difficulties that come with having an insecure attachment style and she wants us all to experience more freedom and satisfaction within ourselves and our relationships.
#191: How often do you catch yourself feeling bothered, annoyed, and maybe even angry because of others, or even worse, towards other people?
Perhaps it's because you feel as though they caused your pain or suffering, but what if you re-framed the situation in your mind? What if you considered the fact that they are human (that makes mistakes) and that they didn't know any better in the moment?
Or better yet, consider being more compassionate with a deeper understanding for another person's...
#190: Kaelyn Grace Apple is an aspiring scholar and second year Ph.D. student in History and African American Studies at Yale University. In addition to her work as a doctoral student, Kaelyn is also the Founder & CEO of Accepted Consulting , Co-Founder & CEO of Accepted Society, and the creator behind @TheRedHeadAcademic.
As a former professional equestrian and community college alumnus, Kaelyn also aims to support students seeking to reach their full potential while charting an...
#189: On this episode, Emily opens up about her recent (and somewhat current) internal struggles and how it relates to a similar feeling she felt during a low period of life many years ago.
While sharing these mental and emotional blocks she is currently facing, she touches on how she notices the immense push for personal growth, something she needed for awhile, and how she utilizes the practice of mindfulness from Thich Nhat Hanh and how it may also be helpful for you in "getting out of...
#188: Maia Monell is devoted to closing wealth gaps perpetuated by a system not built for most of America and believes financial wellbeing is integral to creating a healthier and more equitable society. Through her work as a founding team member at BridgeAthletic, a performance technology using prescriptive AI for fitness coaching, training, and reporting, Maia saw firsthand the detrimental effects poor financial and mental health could have on one’s physical performance.
Maia took her...
#187: Understanding ourselves is already difficult enough, but understanding others (especially the opposite sex) can be even more tough. Emily sits down with a close male friend who specializes in human dynamics, social psychology, and relationships to discuss the deeper topics of sex on the first date, understanding chemistry and compatibility, how to keep your emotions in control, and more.
Note: This episode was previously recorded in August 2021 and is a replay.
#186: Do you ever feel conflicted in drawing boundaries with which friends you go to for advice and opinions? Maybe you've come to notice that some friends are always siding with you and that what you really need is an objective perspective and maybe even a little "tough love" to help with your continuous growth and improvement.
On this episode, Emily shares her perspective and thoughts on how she mindfully selects certain people to ask for opinion and insight (outside of her therapist) and...
#185: Siff Haider was working in the beauty space as a blogger + podcaster and found herself struggling with her own health issues. She ultimately turned to natural remedies as a last resort and began troubleshooting with her own combination of herbs & vitamins and found herself feeling better than ever. She quickly realized that holistic remedies had the power to address women’s toughest day-to-day health issues and began building Arrae, with her husband, Nish, to share these solutions...
#184: Cultivating self-confidence is one of the most important skills one can ever have and the first secret is that it all starts with yourself.
But you might wonder, where do I begin? How can I actually "work on" my confidence? Ironically, it's truly just like training any other muscle...you take specific actions (just like you would in the gym) in order to build on it over time. In other words, it's certainly not overnight, but you can at least start with specific steps.
Tune in to this...
#183: Shirley Leigh Wood Oakes, Partner, and CEO of Mezcal Campante is a force to be reckoned with in the industry. From her marketing and entrepreneur experience, she has been on the board of several well-known brands, such as Ten To One Rum. Formerly a tequila lover, she discovered Mezcal and set out, with her partners, to create a Mezcal that truly everyone can enjoy.
In a world where urgency and immediacy dominate, Mezcal Campante encourages consumers to be in the present moment and to...
#182: If you're currently navigating life in your 20s and looking for solid book recommendations that will enhance each area of your life, then this episode is for you.
On this episode, Emily shares her personal top 4 book recommendations focusing on building a foundation in your early-mid 20s for the rest of your adult life. While sharing each book, she dives into the specifics of how each book made an impact on her life, the action steps she took since reading it, and how it may be helpful...
#181: On this throwback episode, Emily sits down to chat with Natalie Joy on all things mindset around today's dating culture and how to stay grounded and in control of your emotions during the early phases of dating. From her own personal experience and the journey leading up with now boyfriend, Nick Viall, she dives into the shifts we have seen in modern dating from traditional days and why being honest and transparent is actually the key to success in dating, versus playing mind...