51 episodes

The Mindfully Millennial Podcast is focused on self-love, self-care, and taking the next steps toward a more mindful, celebrated life. Each week, Britt Reano and Ally Wilson will introduce a new guest and topic that will inspire you to take more time to love yourself and discover new versions of self-care that you didn't even know existed.

Mindfully Millennial Britt Reano and Ally Wilson

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 52 Ratings

The Mindfully Millennial Podcast is focused on self-love, self-care, and taking the next steps toward a more mindful, celebrated life. Each week, Britt Reano and Ally Wilson will introduce a new guest and topic that will inspire you to take more time to love yourself and discover new versions of self-care that you didn't even know existed.

    Britt And Ally On Motherhood, Boring Self-Care And Silver Linings

    Britt And Ally On Motherhood, Boring Self-Care And Silver Linings

    On the season 2 finale episode, we catch up in real time and share the hardest parts about becoming moms and raising babies during a global pandemic. We touch on the silver linings that make the hardest parts worth it. We get into some of our most boring self-care practices of late (spoiler alert, they're not really boring) and talk about the different ways we can stay calm, grateful and present during these tumultuous times. 

    We talk about a few articles in this episode: 
    Becoming A Parent In The Pandemic Was The Hardest Thing I've Ever DoneOn The Cover Of New York Magazine: All Work, No Pay
    We'll see you back for season 3 in a few weeks!

    • 50 min
    Living In Tune With Your Inner Seasons With Holistic Practitioner and Herbalist, Saran Vaughan

    Living In Tune With Your Inner Seasons With Holistic Practitioner and Herbalist, Saran Vaughan

    In today's episode, we sit down with Saran Vaughan to take a deep dive into the different phases of our cycles. Yes, those cycles. Saran's experience as Holistic Nutrition Practitioner, Herbalist and Intuitive Guide come together to help women take control of their hormone and reproductive health, reducing stress, and healing from chronic conditions. Today, we're covering the phases of our reproductive cycles and how each phase in our cycle is not only related to the moon, but related to a season. Saran calls these inner seasons and it's one way you can take control of your reproductive health and live in tune with your inner seasons. 

    In this episode, you'll learn how to practice self-care for each of your inner seasons, how to nurture your mind and body, and how to activate and unearth these hidden powers you never knew you had. 
    Learn more about Saran and how to work with her on her website, wellnessbysaran.com 

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Navigating Motherhood and Postpartum in a Pandemic with Founder of Hello Postpartum, Carley Schweet

    Navigating Motherhood and Postpartum in a Pandemic with Founder of Hello Postpartum, Carley Schweet

    Today we're talking to Carley Schweet, author and founder of Hello Postpartum. Carley's passion is self-care and helping other women care for and love themselves. As a new mom, she was looking for a resource to help her navigate her new postpartum life. When she didn't find what she was looking for, she decided to create it and Hello Postpartum was born. Carley's website is a curation of all the resources you need as a mom, from information on breastfeeding, foods to help your body recover, mental health support and so much more. If you're a new mom, we know from experience that you don't have time to search the web for help. Carley's website has everything you need and she's done all the research for you. 
    We had so much fun talking to Carley, we bonded over all becoming mothers during COVID and shared a little about our birth stories and postpartum experiences. 


    Learn more about Carley on her website and Hello Postpartum 
    Follow Carley on Instagram: 
    @hellopostpartum, @carley_schweet

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Feminism, Fashion, and Surviving Imposter Syndrome With Gabrielle Korn, Author of Everybody (Else) Is Perfect

    Feminism, Fashion, and Surviving Imposter Syndrome With Gabrielle Korn, Author of Everybody (Else) Is Perfect

    On this episode, we interview Author of Everybody (Else) Is Perfect, Gabrielle Korn. As a former Editor-In-Chief of Nylon Magazine, Gabrielle opens up about her career growth in the media landscape as the youngest EIC in the history of one of the most influential fashion magazines. Her book is a collection of essays where she gets deep on things like body image, imposter syndrome, coming out, and working in an industry where Insta-worthy standards are held in high regard.

    You can find Gabrielle's book, Everybody (Else) Is Perfect anywhere books are sold! 

    • 49 min
    What Your Natal Chart Says About Your Health A Conversation About Astrology With Jennifer Racioppi

    What Your Natal Chart Says About Your Health A Conversation About Astrology With Jennifer Racioppi

    On today’s episode, we are talking with Jennifer Racioppi, astrologer and holistic health counselor. Jennifer is full of knowledge on the power of astrology and she shares her advice in her new book “Cosmic Health: Unlock your healing magic with astrology, positive psychology and integrative wellness.”
    In our conversation with Jennifer, she opens up about her past and how she discovered astrology. When Jennifer was a teenager she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and she turned to astrology, spiritually and integrative medicine to understand her personal health journey. 
    Her book teaches readers how to use astrology and planetary patterns to apply an understanding to your individual natal chart and how that impacts your emotional, spiritual and physical health. 
    Get Jennifer's book: https://www.amazon.com/Cosmic-Health-Astrology-Psychology-Integrative/dp/031653529X
    Follow her on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/jennracioppi/

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Conscious Motherhood And The Power of Mantras With OM Mommas Founder Kristine McGlinchey

    Conscious Motherhood And The Power of Mantras With OM Mommas Founder Kristine McGlinchey

    On this week's episode, we chat with Kristine McGlinchey, the founder of OM Mommas and author of Momtras: Mantras for Mindful Moms. Kristine reached out to us at a time when we needed her messages the most. As first time moms, this is an episode that resonated so deeply with us.

    Kristine founded OM Mommas as a way to cultivate community with likeminded, conscious moms. Through her work, she created a book of mantras that she calles Momtras. Her book includes mantras for moms who need rest, reassurance, and a boost of confidence and joy.

    You can learn more about Kristine on her Instagram page @OmMommas and by visiting ommommas.com.

    Pick up your copy of Momtras on Amazon.

    • 48 min

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52 Ratings

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