Welcome to Living over Losing, the PodCast filled with inspiration from professionals, motivators and icons in the mental and physical health fields. This podcast focuses on self discovery, self acceptance, eating disorder recovery, addiction/anxiety/depression recovery, the balance of the societal definition of "health" and real life, and much more. This podcast is full of unfiltered interviews that challenge diet culture and society with messages from some of the most inspirational people on the planet.
Mindset to Heart Set with Aspasia
Aspasia is a mindset coach, manifestation expert, and spiritual teacher. In this episode we discuss: how Aspasia went from a job she hated and a stressful life to honoring her authentic self, what a mindset coach is, how our energy can attract others and change our lives, how to stop forcing things and let them happen, why rushing things (relationships, life) isn’t always the best, why we need to be happy with ourselves first, ego vs. higher self and more!
Aspasia can be found at:
* Faith It Academy can be found on the website, registration is up!
Ep 24: Masculine vs. Feminine Energies with Madelyn Moon
I am so excited to have Madelyn Moon, author, podcast host, retreat leader and transformational life coach on the show today! Listen to Maddy’s wealth of knowledge as we discuss: her story and how she went from living rigidly to intuitively, self awareness, masculinity vs. femininity, how our masculine and feminine energies affect our relationships, how to let go of control, the benefit in letting your partner lead, sexual polarity, allowing yourself mess up without harsh judgment, Acroyoga and it’s amazing benefits and lessons, and so. much. more.
Connect with Maddy at:
@madelynmoon on Instagram
On her Podcast, “Mind Body Musings”
Visit www.maddymoon.com/freegift for some amazing references and resources!
Ep 23: Being Your True Authentic Self with Micaela Kelman
We are back today chatting about a topic near and dear to my heart— being your authentic self. Why is it so hard for us in society to be honest with ourselves and with other people? In this episode we discuss: being honest vs. trying to fit a mold, getting rid of the “supposed to do things this way” mentality, anxiety and overthinking, why everyone is and should be different to attract like partners, how to give up people pleasing and why it is totally non-effective, living your best life and getting out of your head and much more. This is a passionate one for sure and definitely one anyone can relate to any sort of life struggle. Also, there’s a little bit of Shelbye roasting involved which is never a bad thing ;)Micaela can be found at @micaelakelman on InstagramXoxo
Ep 22: Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy with Amanda Collins (Alabama Valentine)
Today I am joined by Amanda Collins (better known as Alabama Valentine), a plus size model, influencer and badass inspiration. In this episode we discuss: anxiety and how it can take on many forms, how eating disorders can sometimes turn into substance abuse, the mental health epidemic in our society right now, why confidence is sexy, how comparisons can steal our happiness (and sanity), why emotions aren’t permanent, the modeling industry and how it is changing towards women empowerment, and much more!
Amanda can be found at @alabamavalentine on Instagram, or @fabuplus magazine (a health and fitness magazine dedicated to all body sizes).
Agency: Naturally Fit LA
Ep 21: Always a Work in Progress with Marissa Pendlebury
Join me today as I interview Marissa Pendlebury all the way from the UK! Marissa is an author and founder of Nourishing Routes, a program dedicated to helping you reclaim your life. In this episode we touch on topics such as: how we can be unaware of how much we are struggling and how we can create false realities, how health and wellness trends can turn dark, finding your true self from hitting rock bottom, recreating your life and aspirations, being accepting of letting go of bottled up emotions, why recovery is more than weight gain, how yoga can be helpful in reconnecting us to ourselves, why trying to be perfect in everything is harmful and more.
Find Marissa on Instagram at @nourishing_routes
Find her book: Nourishing Routes, on Amazon and look out for her new book as well:
Gaining Weight, Reclaiming Life and E.D. Recovery
Ep 20: Discomfort = Growth (Being Okay with Not Being Okay Pt. 2)
Welcome to Shelbye babbling 2.0! Today I’m doing another quick solo episode updating on my personal journey as well as providing more insight on why not being okay is actually very okay, why the quote “everything happens for a reason” may not work in all situations, owning your pain and discomfort, accepting that sometimes things aren’t all put together and how to learn from struggling, why ignoring feelings and faking it usually backfires, the ongoing healing process of life and more.
Feel free to contact me at anytime with questions or comments, I would love to hear from you! Next week we will be back on a normal interview schedule. :)
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This podcast is awesome! You keep it so raw and real, and you aren’t afraid to speak your truth. I just listened to episode 15 and I love how unapologetically vulnerable you are. Letting go of perfectionism is not easy. So thank you for sharing your journey and for encouraging us to be more open and accepting about our insecurities and fears. This was very powerful and insightful 💪 - can’t wait to hear more!
Simply Amazing and Eye Opening
Every week when I listen to Shelbye’s podcast there’s always something that I find myself relating to... if you want something real this is definitely the podcast to listen to! I feel like she’s talking with me and not at me and that’s something I think is extremely important. Can’t wait to keep listening! Thanks Shelbye!!!
YAS! So real!
At times the health/fitness industry sounds repetitive and starts to blend together... but not Shelbye! She owns it and tells it like it is! She is raw and open to letting people hear her experiences so they can learn from them too ♥️ KEEP KILLING IT SHELBYE