Challenging the limiting beliefs and common misconceptions of what a woman over 40 should be. Get top tips on career, self care, relationships, money, health, fitness and the abundance mindset to live a life on purpose. A safe space to learn about and question the thoughts and ideas that no longer serve self expression. “Invisible You” empowers women with knowledge and information garnered from the best conversations held in the podcasting world today. It’s a little coaching, a lot of humor and some real talk rolled into one.
Combat Fear and Anxiety Through Balancing Your Hormones
“You go to one doctor and you’re like my period is killing me, having sex is painful, I’m constipated, I’m miserable. And they’re like, well that’s normal. Take some Ibuprofen and we’ll put you on the pill.” That little uplifting quote is from Dr. Aviva Romm. And it’s part of a conversation you’re about to hear between herself and Lisa Bilyeu of the “Women of Impact” podcast. Tune into this episode for tips on addressing the ROOT CAUSE of our hormonal havoc rather than a band aid approach to our symptoms, how we can take back the reins of control over our unique female biology and what we can do right now to make the highs and lows of our cyclical nature more fulfilling and less stressful in our already chaotic lives.
Connection, Community and Career...We Got You Covered!
“Now it’s ever more important to me, to feel comfortable, to feel relaxed with who I am and to stop judging myself so harshly.” I don’t know about you but that quote definitely resonates with me! And it’s part of a larger conversation you’re about to hear between Nadine Kelly, M.D, Yoga instructor and Akimbo coach for Seth Godin workshops and me, Tracy Bedford, host of The Invisible You podcast. Keep listening in our very first interview as we discuss connection and relationships in midlife and how it’s changed as we’ve aged, pivoting in a career during this second phase of life and how to unleash your confidence and gain the self awareness to choose yourself first regardless of the expectations that are placed on you by others and your surrounding environment.
Mind Your Movement to Change Your Mind
“Movement has always been, for me, the primary way that; a. I protect my mental health and b. that I connect with others.” That quote by author and movement enthusiast, Dr. Kelly McGonigal, PhD. And it’s part of a conversation you’re about to hear between herself and Kevin Rose of The Kevin Rose Show. Keep listening as Kelly shares her own slight twist on our old friends, exercise and movement, how they both play into our biology as social beings. What it means by changing your brain to change your body and why certain chemicals excreted through strength training are sometimes referred to as “hope molecules.”
Get Your Motivation Back When That Lovin Feeling Lacks
“The narratives that control us, the stories we tell ourselves, shape our reality. And so often we just take it as assumed that what we’re thinking is true. It's accurate, it’s a reflection of reality. But don’t believe everything you think.” This from Tim Ferris in an interview with Brene Brown and Dax Shepard on the “Unlocking Us with Brene Brown” podcast. Listen in to this all-star team of exceptional human beings give a humorous and intelligent account of their own philosophies on life, the good the bad and the ugly. Who’s automatic go too is shame and blame, and how that plays out...you just might be surprised by who that is. And the one thing that keeps them fully energized and operating as their best possible selves, they each can’t live without.
A Hormonal Happily Ever After
“Estrogen is very key to sleep. So women as they are going through this transition often have tremendous problems with sleep unrelated even to night sweats or hot flashes. Which is another thing that happens because in the brain, estrogen regulates not just the appetite systems but also our temperature control regulation system.” This powerful quote is from women’s health expert, Dr. Felice Gersh, in her interview with Dr. Stephanie on the podcast, Better with Dr. Stephanie. Tune in for more insight into the importance of estrogen and the key role it plays in maintaining optimal body function and balance. Learn how to mitigate or prevent the symptoms and side effects we experience as our hormone levels drop naturally with age. And discover safe and effective methods that are available to start treating with today.
Find the Right People to Help Get the Answers You Need During a Life Transition
“Sometimes I contradict myself and I’m like, ya know what? Don’t judge yourself. Yes, sometimes I’m a big ball of mush and I wanna be super squishy. And other times I’m gonna flex my muscles and my veins are gonna pop and ya better not challenge me. And yes, I can have the beauty of both.” That little gem is from an interview with Lisa Bilyeu and Jenna Kutcher from the podcast, The Goal Digger. And it’s part of a much larger conversation where Lisa talks about her journey of overcoming her own self judgement, the fear she felt while going after her goals, what she did to challenge lifelong limiting beliefs and create a new self narrative and how she became her own hero, by supporting other women to be theirs.
Funny and Witty!
Love this podcast. Tracy is thoughtful, insightful, and hilarious.
Doesn’t hold back
These podcast messages are right on and speak directly to my soul. From Jane Fonda encouraging me to be curious to David Goggins reminding me that I’ve gone through worse and succeeded ~ add in Tracy’s own real and compelling life experiences ~ and you have something that will shift your perspective and enhance your life. Thank you, Tracy. ♥️
Thanks to Invisible You, I’m finally feeling seen!
Having the foresight to recognize the fragility of our forties and the courage it takes to move through them is such a gift. Thank you for sharing it with the world, Tracy!
I had an awakening at 42. I’m now 44 and a half and realize that what I’m going through is peri-menopause. It’s as awkward and prevalent as puberty, yet, so few people are talking about it. Invisible You (while not a podcast specifically about peri-menopause) opens the door to this phase of life, invites it in and makes space for all of it. I resonate with every single episode!
I recommend this podcast to all women navigating their forties and to anyone in her thirties who isn’t privy to what lies ahead. (Don’t worry, none of us were). Take this gift and share it with your friends and loved ones!