10 episodes

Do you want to be Better? Richer? Happier? Of course, you do! Welcome to the Be Less Crap podcast - a podcast dedicated to making you a less mediocre human. That appreciates we can't all be PERFECT - and yet, still urges us to try. With your host, very much a work in progress herself, Charlotte Sherston.
Warning - this podcast will make you happier and it’s backed up with the psychology, science and sense of humour to prove it.

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Do you want to be Better? Richer? Happier? Of course, you do! Welcome to the Be Less Crap podcast - a podcast dedicated to making you a less mediocre human. That appreciates we can't all be PERFECT - and yet, still urges us to try. With your host, very much a work in progress herself, Charlotte Sherston.
Warning - this podcast will make you happier and it’s backed up with the psychology, science and sense of humour to prove it.

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    Surviving (& Thriving) as a Single Parent with Jacinta Tynan

    Surviving (& Thriving) as a Single Parent with Jacinta Tynan

    Being a Single Parent is hard. Fact. Thankfully, my lovely guest on the pod this week - Jacinta Tynan (presenter, journalist, columnist and mother of two boys) - has been there, done that and has written a fab book, 'The Single Mother's Social Club' that promises to make your life a little ....less crap! We discuss the whole sticky mess, from the guilt and the stigma to the gifts and the privileges. The good news? It does get better! If you are a single parent, considering this path or want to support anyone in your life who is, have a listen. It's a goodie. Like it? Please give it some love so other people can find it! Cheers!
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    • 37 min
    The Bad Girl's Guide to Better with Casey Beros

    The Bad Girl's Guide to Better with Casey Beros

    This week's episode is for anyone who has done something 'bad'. Drunk too much? Shagged someone you haven't? Messed up? Let yourself down?..... Haven't we all! My guest this week, Casey Beros (author of 'The 'Bad' Girl's Guide to Better - A stealth-help guide to getting your act together'), is here to remind you that you are not your mistakes. We chatted about everything from forgiving your parents, overthinking, wasted emotions (jealousy - we see you!), not liking our bodies (and wondering if our vaginas are 'normal'). If you feel like all your bad behaviour needs a warm hug and lashings of forgiveness, this one is for you! Like it? Please tell your friends to have a listen or write a review - Cheers!
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    • 55 min
    How to Build Better Relationships (with ourselves and others) with Blake Worrall-Thompson

    How to Build Better Relationships (with ourselves and others) with Blake Worrall-Thompson

    In this episode, I chat with one of Australia's leading lifestyle and performance coaches, Blake Worrall-Thompson (BWT) about everything from shame to conspiracy theories. We discuss where women (and men) are going wrong in their relationships, why having a coach is so key to success and how hitting rock bottom was (probably) the best thing that ever happened to him. Blake's honesty and experience made him a great guest that I ended up waffling on for a little longer than usual - I hope you enjoy it! P.S. Leaving a review will make you blindingly attractive. Fact ;)
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    • 55 min
    How to Be a Better (& More Hopeful) Human with Emily Ehlers

    How to Be a Better (& More Hopeful) Human with Emily Ehlers

    Sure, there might be a whole lot of stuff wrong with our world at the moment (climate change, inequality, poverty, waste, systemic racism - oh my!) BUT this week's guest, Emily Ehlers, wants us to remember 'Hope is a Verb' (which is also the title of her wonderfully illustrated new book) - which means that we CAN do something about it. We discuss radical optimism, living in alignment with your values (always), how to realise your true agency and how someone fairly far down the socially responsible food chain (like me) can do more and make our community, suburb and world a better place. I hope you enjoy our chat & if you do it would be ace if you'd sprinkle some 5-star love my way.
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    • 33 min
    Exploring New Age Practices & The World of Woo Woo with Amal Awad

    Exploring New Age Practices & The World of Woo Woo with Amal Awad

    What would you do in the name of spiritual enlightenment? See a psychic? Channel your inner spirit guide? Try dance therapy? This week I chat with Amal Awad, journalist, author and sceptical believer about the wonderful world of Woo Woo. We discuss the attraction of New Age practices, how not to get suckered in by everything you hear, how 'stuff' is never going to fix our internal suffering and how instead of manifesting we should instead try 'tuning in to what is manifest' for us. Whether you think this kind of stuff is nonsense or you love every crystal healing, oracle card toting, miracle promising minute of it, this ep is for you. I hope you enjoy it. PS - If you do, it would put an extra spring in my step if you could write me a review! Thanks :)
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    • 43 min
    How to Feel Happier & Less Lonely with Maggie Hamilton

    How to Feel Happier & Less Lonely with Maggie Hamilton

    Wouldn't it be marvellous to feel more connected to ourselves and others? In this week's episode, I chat with author and curious explorer of life, Maggie Hamilton about the sneaky ways loneliness has been seeping into the fabric of our lives and what we can do to stop it. We discuss everything from the perilous allure of Netflix to the importance of seeking out diversity in our friendship groups, from the hundreds of tiny habits that we might unknowingly be falling into to the ways we can support our friends when they are going through a 'big time'. Maggie's research and insight ensures that this ep is full of useful reminders and takeaways that our lives can be much more joyful and adventurous. If you enjoy it, I'd really appreciate if you can show it some love by writing a review - Ta!
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    • 39 min

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