100 episodes

The Live Your F*ck Yes Life podcast is your go-to resource for serious real talk about health, wellness, self care and how the hell to handle that quarter life crisis BS. Tune in every Thursday with Amanda Katherine Loy, for real stories and tools to help you find your passion, speak your truth & get you one step closer to living your f*ck yes life.

Live Your F*ck Yes Life Amanda Katherine Loy

    • Mental Health
    • 4.7, 38 Ratings

The Live Your F*ck Yes Life podcast is your go-to resource for serious real talk about health, wellness, self care and how the hell to handle that quarter life crisis BS. Tune in every Thursday with Amanda Katherine Loy, for real stories and tools to help you find your passion, speak your truth & get you one step closer to living your f*ck yes life.

    This Is Pride: We're Here And We're Queer

    This Is Pride: We're Here And We're Queer

    100 episodes.

    Just saying that out loud feels surreal. 100 episodes ago, I launched this podcast with a dream — a dream to cultivate a space for real, honest and candid conversations around all sorts of topics. I didn’t know where it was going to go. But I knew that the conversations I was having around taboo or TMI subjects behind closed doors with my friends and fellow entrepreneurs were ones that needed to be shared publicly.

    When we leave things unsaid or don’t talk about things in the open, shame around that subject develops. And if there’s anything that I strive for with all of the work that I do is to embolden everyone I teach and come across to revel in their uniqueness and release anything holding them back not allowing them to live their f*ck yes life.

    And I do it alongside of them. Alongside of you. Because coming home to yourself is lifelong work — and the deepest and most important work a human can do, in my opinion.

    Owning my queerness has been a huge part of my coming home story. A year ago, almost to the date, I came out publicly on the podcast as bisexual. And today, as we close out season 4, I am deeply honored to be joined by eight queer humans that I deeply admire, respect and love to celebrate Pride and the LGBTQ+ community.

    This podcast takes a format unlike any episode I’ve ever done. And I can’t wait for you to listen. To absorb these stories. To hear yourself in their voices (no matter how you identify sexually). And to help me celebrate 100 episodes.

    You ready? Let’s go.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    A Conversation About Racism With My Ex Boyfriend

    A Conversation About Racism With My Ex Boyfriend

    This weeks episode, I have the deep privilege of having someone near and dear to me from my past on the podcast — my ex boyfriend Wesley.

    When the Black Lives Matter protests began getting amplified all across the United States and the world these last few weeks, I knew that I wanted to facilitate a conversation around this on the podcast. But I also knew that I needed to listen to what the black activists and friends in my life were saying around how I could use my platform for good.

    I learned a few things:

    1) It’s not my role to educate around the topics of racism and oppression in the world (This was a le duh thing for me — but also I’ve been seeing a lot of white people, especially people in the influencer/spiritual world really using this time as a way to capitalize and teach and bring in their white saviorism, and it has sickened me to watch)

    2) It’s also NOT okay to be quiet. I wanted to say something. I have a lot to say. And, in the past, I had stopped myself from speaking up or standing up because I thought that it was inappropriate to do so because I am a white person. I’ve learned that being quiet is simply another way of being a part of the problem. And I won’t be quiet any longer.

    3) I also am deeply aware that black people, on the whole, are TIRED of doing the emotional labor and fighting the fight right now.

    Through my self exploration, education and processing around everything going on, when I thought about how I wanted to tackle this on the podcast, I knew where I needed to go. My relationship with Wesley was a deep, loving and incredibly impactful relationship in my life. He was my first love. And yet, in our three years together, we never discussed the fact that he was black and I was white. We didn’t talk about our differing experiences as a result of race.

    Today, we deep dive into all of that and so much more. This conversation is incredibly potent, loving, and it’s something that I know each and every single one of you will be able to hear yourself in, in some way. I hope this emboldens you to start a conversation with the people in your lives. Let’s keep moving the needle forward, you badasses.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Owning Your Privilege And Standing In Your Power With Andréa Ranae Johnson (Bonus Replay)

    Owning Your Privilege And Standing In Your Power With Andréa Ranae Johnson (Bonus Replay)

    On this bonus episode, I’m bringing back one of the most downloaded episodes of the podcast to highlight an incredibly potent and powerful conversation with activist, educator and facilitator, Andréa Ranae.

    Andréa Ranae is a vision-led facilitator and coach who believes that together, we rise. She is deeply committed to doing her part in cultivating a world that works for everyone and does so by placing her work at the intersections of personal growth, social justice and conscious business.

    We may have recorded this in November 2018, but the state of the world is the same now as it was then (and for many many years before when it comes to racism in this country).

    Things we discuss in today’s episode:

    The pitfalls of personal development

    How to be a true activist

    Where to start when it comes to making change

    Oppression — especially when it comes to racism, ageism, transphobia, sexism etc

    A profound way to look at privilege

    Cultural individualism

    White privilege

    Creating space to have emotion about the state of the world

    • 53 min
    Vaginas, Sexual Health & Herpes Talk with The Yoni Nutritionist Adrienne Rommel

    Vaginas, Sexual Health & Herpes Talk with The Yoni Nutritionist Adrienne Rommel

    Adrienne, also known as the Yoni Nutritionist is a Certified Nutritional Practitioner, Yoga Teacher and Health Coach with a passion for women’s sexual health and wellness. She has struggled with her own vaginal health issues for most of her life - from chronic yeast infections to HPV, from a genital herpes diagnosis at 21 to a severe candida overgrowth in her mid-30's. And she has been able to holistically manage these issues through diet, nutrition and wellness practices.

    Her own personal sexual health journey and passion for women's health and wellness has inspired her to ditch the corporate life to become a Certified Nutritional Practitioner. In her work, she helps women who are struggling with their own sexual health issues, heal their bodies, and their vaginal and sexual health from the inside out, just like I healed her own!

    Things we discuss in todays episode:

    Adrienne’s journey navigating yeast infections, UTIs and all sorts of bacterial infections

    Getting diagnosed with HPV and HSV2 at the age of 21

    How nutrition is directly linked to vaginal health

    What the f*ck is Candida and the symptoms attached to it

    My personal journey with eczema, hormonal imbalances, chronic UTIs and how I’ve never gotten to the root of it

    The facts around herpes and HPV

    How your traumas can impact your health in more ways than you think

    What you can do now to support your vaginal and sexual health

    The limitations of sex education, how intentional diets can actually heal, listening to our bodies as our biggest teachers and beyond

    • 1 hr 7 min
    "The New Normal": A Conversation With My Breast Cancer Soul Sistah Allison Moran

    "The New Normal": A Conversation With My Breast Cancer Soul Sistah Allison Moran

    To round up the month of May and this wild time we’re living in, I wanted to have a candid conversation around this concept that we keep throwing around in society right now as “the new normal”.

    “When will life get back to normal?”

    “What is normal now?”

    What is our world going to look like post COVID? What are WE going to look like? Feel like?

    The term new normal is one that might be new to your world — but to mine, it’s permeated through it like a rip tide. I’ve always heard the phrase “new normal” so much in the cancer community. And while I have never personally had cancer, being a woman with BRCA and someone impacted by breast and ovarian cancer genetically, I have connected with so many womxn in the community who are fighting cancer as we speak or are in remission.

    I knew I wanted to tackle this on the podcast — especially as many places start to ease up their boundaries around what is or is not safe to do, and I couldn’t have had a better person to have this conversation with than Allison Moran — a dear friend of mine in the breast cancer community and badass human that I am so thrilled to introduce you to.

    • 48 min
    When Shame Steers The Wheel | A Solo Episode

    When Shame Steers The Wheel | A Solo Episode

    I’ve never outright talked about shame on the podcast. The things we’re ashamed of — those are always the scariest things to talk about, right?

    This may be the most in my feels episode I’ve ever pressed publish on in almost 100 episodes. Which scares the mother f*cking shirt out of me. Which is exactly why I knew I needed to share it. So come as you are, bring a cup of tea or head out on a walk, and join me in the feels. Meet me in the mess. And let’s have a conversation about shame.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

Dr. Nicole Theron Parkes ,

Love The Topics Selected & The Bold, Brave Manner In Which They Are Delivered

I was intrigued and greatly excited about the name of the podcast. I knew I just had to listen! I love the authentic, real way that Amanda talks. If feels like I have known her for years. I really loved her solo episode about how to cultivate worthiness from the inside (#92). She is a beautiful soul and her voice, her candor and her vulnerability are so inspring to listen to. I highly recommend!

thecanadiangirlfriend ,

Best podcast I’ve listened to in a while

So much authentic real talk about the mess that most people don’t cover ever and I appreciate that SO deeply.

This is a must subscribe to!! Funny, candid, honest, tackling taboo and “TMI” topics that we all desperately want talked about.

Go listen!!

Evalyne ,

So Helpful!

I’ve been listening to Amanda’s podcasts for the last few months, and they are absolutely helpful!I really appreciate how honest and raw she is, and the people that she brings to discuss various topics are super helpful and I just get a new insight on things that I would not pay attention to, and then you realize how they connect to your daily life. For example, I really loved listening to the Maddy Moon podcast where she discusses the masculine and feminine energy... it was awesome! Thank you Amanda for creating this podcast💗💗💗

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