Join Bre, aka The Self-Care Pusher from Southern California, as she shares life experiences, weighs in on current events, amps up her wellness/health habits and finds clean(ish) products to try all for the sake of taking her physical, spiritual and emotional well-being to the next level and (hopefully) inspiring other women of color to do so as well. It's time to become obsessed with our self-care!
You Aren't Superwoman And You Don't Have To Be: Community Care
How easy has it been for you to tap into self-care? How does it feel to be vulnerable by being in community with other Black woman? What would your life look like six months from now if you were in a space where the people in the environment lead with compassion, grace and support? How would you tap into wholeness when you're able to put your cape down?
Let's cultivate a safe space together. 2x a month we are going to have virtual, healing meetups right online. Join me on Patreon at any level for access:
Have You Ever Considered Burning Your Current Life Down To The Ground Then Completely Starting Over?
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In this episode I'm talking about something that seems pretty popular these days - starting your life over from scratch. I've been thinking about this to various degrees for some time now and so today I'm sharing my thought process as well as some questions you should ask yourself if you've ever considered doing something similar.
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Daddy Wounds + 6 Things I've Had To Work Through To Become More Liberated
Hello my darlings!
Welcome back to the Brown Girl Self-Care Podcast. On todays episode I'm getting real about some areas of my life I've had to acknowledge and/or begin working through to heal my daddy wounds.
1. Being assertive
2. Learning how to receive
3. Embrace softness
4. Being there for myself
5. Allowing others to support me
6. No longer romanticizing his role in my life + letting go of bitterness
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Bevy Smith On Being Authentic, Working Through Toxic Traits And Entering New Seasons After Being Broke But Blissful
Welcome back to the Brown Girl Self-Care Podcast. Today I am in conversation with fashion icon, actress, tv host, author and speaker Bevy Smith. Recently she spoke on the TED stage about confidence, being authentic and how life gets greater, later.
In this episode, Bevy is dropping major gems on life, being your authentic self, owning your ish, working through toxic traits, loving yourself and so much more.
If you haven't already, grab a copy of Bevy's book, Bevelations- Lessons From A Mutha, Auntie, Bestie and be sure to keep up with her on Instagram.
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1 Reason Your Self-Care Routine Might Not Feel Good Anymore
Welcome back to the Brown Girl Self-Care podcast. With what is happening in the U.S. there may be times when you are out and about, wanting to "just be" or prioritize yourself, but it doesn't feel completely possible because you don't feel safe. Instead of giving up on self-care, think about ways that you can make your personal space a place of refuge.
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Returning To My Roots With Earthing and Growing Food
Welcome back to the BGSC Podcast. If you have been struggling to feel centered or recharged, this episode is for you because it may hold the missing key in your self-care practice. In this episode I'm sharing a bit about earthing, the practice of connecting physically with the earth as well as growing my own food. Yes, after 4 or 5 years I've finally moved forward on getting a balcony garden started. Earthing (or grounding) as well as growing my own food are tools for my self-care kit that are both helping me to not only tap into calm and joy, but also allowing me to reconnect with my roots. Listen in for more.
What I needed WHEN I needed it
Hey Bre! I’ve already messaged you on Instagram about what this show has meant for me(thanks for your reply :) but I realized I hadn’t left an official review. For those seeing this review, I found this podcast recently and have binge listened through the past couple years of episodes. It’s had been a breath of fresh air. The episode about returning to my roots and how Bre talks about consciously taking a moment to somewhat pause before pressing play on an episode(make a cup of coffee or tea etc) is what I’ve already been doing each day. Using the podcast episodes as a way to pause and slow down and just take a moment to myself. It was just so funny because right as she was saying this part in the beginning of the episode, I was literally fixing myself some coffee and starting my day. This podcast has opened my eyes to a lot of things I didn’t know I struggled with and has also assisted in giving me clarity and boldness as far as my life decisions recently. Anyway, love the podcast. Need more like it!
Bre is me!
This podcast touches on my experience as a brown girl. I am shedding tears of gratitude while typing this. I am very grateful for this much needed space. Thank you Bre!!
On the episode 5things I wish I knew during depression was awesome. I made a video on Facebook a few days ago and it was about this very episode. You really inspired me to do a podcast. This was something I really needed to hear. Thank you for your openness. Big hugs to you Bre.. I will be sharing this!!