In this episode, we’re talking about overcoming perfectionism, the current cult of busy and gold star society and leaving behind the Pinterest perfection. Our guest, Kendall Kendrick of Primal Balance and the Born Primal Podcast, shares her story of recovery from addiction, mental illness and how she transformed her life after a pregnancy loss and near-death experience to allow healing to begin. We jam on the hustle vs. flow mentality and agree that finding grace in the gray area is where the magic can happen in our lives.
From this episode:
Website: Kendall’s website, Primal Balance
Podcast: Born Primal Podcast
Website: Evolved Recovery – a holistic guide to living sober
Article: The Cult of Busy
Website and Book: Handsfree Mama‘s book, Hands Free Life
Book: Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
Book: Rising Strong by Brene Brown
Book: Succulent Wild Woman by SARK
Article: Essential Elements Series: Element Six- Connections
Podcast: RFWH59: Morphing at Menopause- Transforming From Chronic Illness to Glittery Superstar, Using Menopause to Reinvent Yourself, Living Fully in the Present Moment, with Guest, Pauline McCarthy
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