While we’re moving and going about our daily routines--grabbing a coffee, working out, going to our jobs, and the like-- the Earth is moving too. It’s a reminder, even it’s a subtle one---so subtle that we forget it’s happening---that time is passing.
At times, discipline doesn't come so easy to me in all parts of my life - especially when it comes to spiritual practice. No matter how often I meditate or journal, the one spiritual practice I keep consistent in my life is Gratitude. Why? I instantly gain perspective, feel joy and propel into the present moment with a sense or purpose and happiness.
Dr. Kristina Hallett is a clinical psychologist and life coach. In her career, she focuses on self-love, self-compassion, and self-care. Her book, Own Best Friend: Eight Steps to a Life of Purpose, Passion, and Ease goes into the benefits of letting go of stress and living a happy life. On today's show she shares five of those steps with Ginni.
I grew up watching this lady on my television at 6:30 pm Weeknights. The TV show Neighbours is an Australian icon and is generally apart of an Aussie's upbringing. Here's a throwback Thursday episode from the JOY 94.9 days with Brooke Satchwell.
This week's Tune In Tuesday encourages you to tune into who you aspire to be. We have people around us that supports our dream, goals, and choices. We also have people around us who do not. Those people can be quite negative and discouraging to be around. When we tune in to our internal compass, we realize we have the choice to decide who we surround ourself with.
This Saturday, Ginni talks to Duke Garone. Duke works as a personal trainer and focuses on helping clients get in tune to their bodies. In this episode, Duke and Ginni discuss fitness, Duke's background, and his career in the training industry.
Marc Cordon is a joyful guy, but he wasn't always the joyful person and ball of energy he is today. Marc originally went to school to start his career in the medical field, but found himself looking for a different purpose. On today's show, Marc talks Ginni through steps on how to create a joy revolution.
In a throwback conversation from the radio days back in Australia, Ginni and friends interview actor and producer, Peter Paige. During the interview, the group talks to Peter about his time on the critically acclaimed show, Queer as Folk and its impact on the LGBTQ community. Peter also shares what he's been up to since the series ended and the places his career has led him. The group also plays 101 Questions.
Do remember this first time you did something that just didn’t feel right? It probably happened years ago, or maybe even yesterday? Maybe you ate one too many biscuits before dinner or went to see an M rated movie underage without an adult. There’s an array of things you might have done as a child that were against what you were told.
This week's Tune In Tuesday encourages tuning into flow. Everyday we create, we move, we act, and react. It all follows a law of flow. However when we look within ourselves--when we tune in--we're able to see we have more control than we think. In the flow of things we are still in control of how we react to something.
Rohan Gunatilake works a corporate job. He also enjoys mediation. He takes these two important aspects of his life and explores them in a different way. On today's show, Rohan and Ginni talk about what Rohan is up to these days and how he manages daily life.
Chanie Wilschanski is an early childhood strategist and leadership coach. She helps school leaders build a culture of excellence. She empowers directors and their staff to be innovative, take risks and push out of their comfort zone. On today's show, Chanie talks Ginni through steps on how to manage and balance a mom entrepreneur lifestyle.
In a throwback conversation from the radio days back in Australia, Ginni and friends interview actress, Janina Gavankar. During the interview, the group talks to Janina about her time on the critically acclaimed show, The L Word and being an South East Asian actress. The group also plays 101 Questions.