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!
5 Ways To Honor Your Mental Health
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and so I wanted to support you by sharing ways that I've been able to honor and be mindful of my mental health.
If you found this episode helpful please be sure to like, comment and share with your sistrens!
Faith, Using Your Voice and "Think Weeks" with Dr. Omolara
Today I am speaking with physician and success strategist
Dr. Omolara Uwemedimo, creator of Melanin, Medicine & Motherhood. In this juicy episode we discuss what Faith means to her, how she uses her voice as an introvert, the major occurrence that happened in her life that caused her to slow down and also some book resources that helped shape her life.
2 Things I'm Doing To Get My Pre-Covid Body Back
If you've gained a few pounds in the last year or two, hear me when I say you aren't alone. Lockdown, stress and working from home got me caught up in a rut which found me not moving my body as much as I used to. To counter the weight gain and get back on track I've started doing two simple activities (walking + intermittent fasting) that will tone my body, increase my energy and keep my mind clear.
Was the Derek Chauvin verdict really a victory?
I've been slowly simmering on borderline rage for the last few weeks off and on. In today's episode I'm sharing MY thoughts and feelings regarding the guilty verdict Derek Chauvin received and why I don't feel like celebrating. I get a little emotional in the episode so if that is triggering please be gentle with yourself and skip this episode.
Doing things for fun and joy instead vs "perfect" or monetized.
Self-Care Looks Like Saying "No" Without Guilt When Your Job Wants You To Travel Or Do After-Hours Events
Have you ever been shamed or guilted into attending potlucks, after-hours events or traveling for your job? I was for quite some time until I took a firm stand, set a boundary said I would only participate when I felt it was right for me. I talk about that in todays episode!
Love Brown Girl Self-Care space. Inspirational, thank you, Sis Bre, well done!
Podcast - therapy
My black women! This podcast has made me think.. cry.. laugh. It’s literally my little therapy session. I love it here ❤️ TAP INNNN
Uplifting and so inspiring!
I truly love this podcast! It feels like we are chatting as girlfriends and at the same time it shifts to being so educational. Sometimes as a black woman we go through so much and often most don’t relate. I love it here! So glad I found her! Subscribe immediately! 🤎