Episode 11 with Scott Tatum, nomad, hiker, explorer and founder of @ucanoutdoors is like going on an adventurous hiking trail with hills, curves, switchbacks, and awesome discovery.
In this podcast interview, Scott shares his story and "history" candidly. From being the son of a therapist who was working through her own childhood trauma, to being the son of an alcoholic father, to helping youth in various therapeutic settings, then later going through 2 divorces, and throughout it all continuing to be a dedicated father of incredible adult children... Scott invites us to hear about all of his human sides including how symptoms of ADHD can sometimes take him to new places and then back to the now.
In episode 11, with Scott and Dr. Sylvia you will discover:
A new description of what self-care meansScott's approach to MindfulnessThe power of taking accountability of your own self-growth & healingAn invitation to practice radical self-love & self-acceptance. Join us in a very open, honest, unscripted conversation where we can continue to inspire one another to do"the work," move our bodies, practice self-care, and embrace a new take on self-love.
About the Guest:
Scott Tatum is a father, nomad, hiker, explorer and founder of @ucanoutdoors. Each week, Scott delivers “Friendly Reminders” via Instagram and Tik Tok to help others realize the power of self-care, mindfulness, and self-awareness. Scott is a self-professed “self-care savage” because he firmly believes that you can’t pour from an empty cup.
Outdoor enthusiast and mental health advocate, Scott believes that you’re always one decision away from a totally different life. Scott utilizes the outdoors for his own form of therapy and creates a platform to deliver powerful messages that bring a whole new spin to the ideas of self-care and healing.
From his Friendly Reminders, Scott reminds us that self-care and taking accountability for your own self-growth are vital to well-being. You can follow Scott on Instagram @ucanoutdoors and catch his impactful Friendly Reminders. If you feel inspired by Scott’s messages and work, you can download a free copy of his mindfulness checklist or buy him a cup of coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Ucan