Let’s take a moment to define Beauty. How does it look? How does it feel? How does it translate through you? In today’s world of social media platforms, like Instagram and Facebook, we often see various perceptions of beauty. We compare ourselves to others in appearance, status and style, focusing on the world’s definition of Beauty, and often forgetting about the beauty within ourselves. The journey to the Beauteous You is not yet defined -- or is it?
My name is Jamilly Whitfield and I am the host and creator of “Beauteous Me”. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), mom, wife and career woman, I have over fifteen years of professional and personal experience with trauma, abuse and issues related to women. I’ve guided countless women through the journey of discovering their inner beauty despite the adverse experiences they’ve encountered in life. I will host candid conversations on universal issues women face on a weekly basis.
If you are searching for everyday inspiration, in the midst of self-discovery and can contribute to our daily topics or just wish to hear some great conversations and advice, this is the place for you. Subscribe Now! If you like the show and want to know more about the “Beauteous Me”, please visit www.iambeauteousme.com. Follow the “Beauteous Me” on our social media platforms: Instagram @iambeauteousme
Sharing your Story with Maria Dismondy
In this engaging episode of the podcast, Maria Dismondy – founder of Cardinal Press – talks about how important it is to share your story. Dismondy explains that telling your story can be a powerful tool to connect with people and build relationships. She also shares tips on how to tell your story effectively, why it’s important to take risks, and how we can use our experiences to help others. Through her inspiring words, she encourages us all to recognize the power of sharing our stories and use them as a tool to make an impact in the world. This episode is sure to leave you feeling uplifted, inspired, and empowered! So don’t miss it – tune in now for an inspiring conversation about the importance of sharing your story.
Adrenal Fatigue and it's impact on your well-being with Maja Miller
In this episode, we delve into the topic of adrenal fatigue and its profound impact on physical well-being and mental health. Our guest, Maja Miller, is a metabolic health coach and functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner who uses clinical labs to analyze blood, urine, stool, hair, and more to determine why her clients feel burned out, exhausted, and sick.
Maja explains that adrenal fatigue is a term used to describe a cluster of symptoms that occur when the adrenal glands, small organs that sit on top of the kidneys, cannot produce adequate amounts of stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline. Common symptoms include fatigue, insomnia, weight gain, brain fog, sugar cravings, decreased sex drive, and feeling overwhelmed or emotionally drained.
Maja stresses that adrenal fatigue is a complex condition that can be triggered by a range of factors, including chronic stress, poor diet and lifestyle habits, food intolerances, hormonal imbalances, and chronic infections. She emphasizes that mainstream medicine often fails to recognize adrenal fatigue as a legitimate condition, leading many sufferers to be misdiagnosed or left untreated.
Maja then breaks down the intricate web of connections between adrenal fatigue, the gut microbiome, and the immune system. She explains that chronic stress causes the body to release a flood of cortisol, which can lead to gut dysfunction, leaky gut syndrome, and chronic inflammation over time. This, in turn, can cause autoimmunity, hormonal imbalances, and mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.
Throughout the episode, Maja shares inspiring success stories of clients who have transformed their health by addressing the root causes of their adrenal fatigue. She stresses the importance of taking a comprehensive, personalized approach that includes optimizing diet and lifestyle habits, addressing hidden infections, rebalancing the gut microbiome, and supporting the adrenal glands with targeted supplements and adaptogenic herbs.
Overall, this episode provides invaluable insights into the complex interplay between adrenal fatigue and overall health and well-being. Whether you are struggling with burnout and exhaustion or simply seeking to optimize your health, the knowledge and strategies shared by Maja Miller will inspire and empower you to take charge of your health and transform your life.
Tracy Taris a licensed marriage & family therapist, experienced her own personal demons as she battled doubt, fear, and anxiety which stemmed from negative childhood internal and external influences and voices.
In this episode, Tracy not only shares her book Many voices one Truth, but how couples can truly repair their relationship after an affair.
Your unconscious beliefs are blocking you from the next level.
Lynnsey is a Certified Hypnotherapist & Intuitive Guide helping ambitious women all over the world to unlearn their subconscious limiting beliefs and embody their highest potential so they can manifest the life of their dreams on autopilot.
Find Lynnsey at here for your free gift on hypnosis and discovering success.
Magnify your Manifestation Journey
Kristen Kacinski is a business mindset, manifestation and energetics coach who empowers women to master the
principles of manifestation so that they can create their
dream life, business, income, and impact with more ease.
Combining modalities such as NLP, somatic healing,
energetics, and awakening practices, she supports women
in integrating past traumas and embodying worthiness
and abundance so calling in their desires becomes natural.
Kristen has shared so many tools to help you leap forward in your manifesting journey. Find Kristen at Here
Bonus episode on Teen Dating Violence Prevention with Dee Dee Said
Dee Dee Said is the author of It Doesn’t Start with a Punch. Dee Dee speaks against violence while advocating for healthy relationships. In addition to her full-time work in the nonprofit sector, she recently volunteered with youth for seven years, mentoring and engaging them to learn about healthy character traits and to be aware of risks associated with what many deem “normal” teenage activity. With the help of others, she also created opportunities for teens to help youth and families in their community. Purchase the book here
If you’re looking for a podcast full of real and honest conversation, this is a must listen. Jamilly is a fantastic host; friendly, fun and full of wisdom and insight that anyone and everyone can benefit from.
Amazing podcast! So engaging! These two women kept it real and shared many misconceptions and eye opening facts.
Real and Relatable
I’m so happy I stumbled on this podcast. Truly putting out genuine, authentic content and having creative Conversations about real issues. I love the perspective and vulnerability that is shared. Tons of insight and gems dropped constantly. Episode 44- “Undoing Racism” is a must Listen. Keep up the great work!
-Dave from No Snooze Podcast