23 episodes

Want to be a really good human and live the kind of life that genuinely fires you up— every single day? Show Up with Natalie Norton (hi! that's me!) is a podcast dedicated to helping YOU intentionally build your most amazing life . . . a life you are committed to living WIDE AWAKE and with PASSION, COMPASSION and JOY— come what may. Ready to truly show up for your life, in every season and for every reason that matters most to YOU? Yeah, me too. And I'm beyond thrilled for us to walk this transcendent path, together!

The Show Up Podcast Natalie Norton

    • Mental Health
    • 4.9 • 625 Ratings

Want to be a really good human and live the kind of life that genuinely fires you up— every single day? Show Up with Natalie Norton (hi! that's me!) is a podcast dedicated to helping YOU intentionally build your most amazing life . . . a life you are committed to living WIDE AWAKE and with PASSION, COMPASSION and JOY— come what may. Ready to truly show up for your life, in every season and for every reason that matters most to YOU? Yeah, me too. And I'm beyond thrilled for us to walk this transcendent path, together!

    BONUS - Sixteen Hopes and Wishes for My 16-Year Old

    BONUS - Sixteen Hopes and Wishes for My 16-Year Old

    After I finished recording Episode 21 (Haven't listened to it? Click here), I kept going. I decided I wanted to also share sixteen hopes and wishes and ideas that I wanted to encourage my new 16-year-old with as he enters this new year of his life.
    As a bonus episode for you this week, I'm going to share that with all of you - they're the hopes I have for my son, for your children, for you. I hope these ideas give you a little something that helps make the load lighter or gives you a little inspiration and encouragement as you go through your week.
    I'm so grateful for you! 

    • 10 min
    Sixteen Lessons in Parenting

    Sixteen Lessons in Parenting

    Today is a very special day. It's my oldest son Raleigh's 16th birthday! For today's show, I'm going to share 16 short lessons I've learned over the last 16 years being a mother. I hope these little lessons are helpful as we head into summer and having more face time with our kids home from school.
    Connect on Instagram: @natalienorton
    Website: https://letsshowup.com/
    If you find this episode helpful, I'd love to have you share it on social media or taking the time to leave a review! XO - Natalie

    • 29 min
    Body as Friend with Ashmae Hoiland

    Body as Friend with Ashmae Hoiland

    "I said to my body softly, ‘I want to be your friend.’ It took a long breath and replied ‘I have been waiting my whole life for this."— Nayyirah Waheed
     
    Do you struggle to love your physical body, without condition of any kind? As you heal your relationship with your physical self, you may be surprised to find that every aspect of your life also begins to change.
     
    In today's episode Natalie and author Ashley Mae Hoiland discuss:
    the notion of "body as friend"
    how our lives can change "in the flick of an instant," including our experience with our physical self
    Ashley's recent MS diagnosis (following what she thought was a simple visit to the optometrist), and how that diagnosis has served to magnify her deep love for her body
    how what we say and do, every day, is writing the script for our children (and for anyone within the reach and impact of our influence) as it relates to the relationship they build with their own bodies
    the fact that so many of us have carried a flawed paradigm about what's "normal," "perfect," "desirable"—a paradigm that is not our own, but that was handed to us by a distorted and damaging societal agenda/"norm"—and how it's time to set that sh*t down and step bravely into love and truth
    This discussion is a tiny drop in the bucket of a much larger conversation (and REVOLUTION). The experience of navigating the journey to genuine body love is broad and multidimensional, and one woman's experience may vary greatly from the next but there is a common thread that has emerged. Through each story, we see further evidence that as a woman learns to truly love her body, her entire life begins to shift in remarkably beautiful and powerful ways!
     
    About Today's Guest: 
     
    Ashley Mae Hoiland has a BFA in studio arts and an MFA in creative writing.  She has written and illustrated several children's books, did the We Brave Women project through Kickstarter, which produced a set of 60 cards with the stories and painted portraits of women from history.  She's written two memoirs, One Hundred Birds Taught me to Fly, which was a finalist for a national award, and her newest book, A New Constellation.  
     
    She teaches writing classes at MineToTell.com, which Ashely describes as "a dream fulfilled."  She currently lives in Santa Cruz with her three children and her husband.  




    Link to upcoming course: https://ashmae.teachable.com/p/mine-to-tell-session-3-summer-2019/



    See more of Ashley's courses at www.MineToTell.com 
    Use Code SHOWUP for $25 off
     
    Follow Ashley on Instagram: @birdsofashmae
     




    Natalie's Links:
    Instagram: @natalienorton
    Website: www.letsshowup.com
    Email: aloha@letsshowup.com
    Thanks so much for listening. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast, and please take a moment to rate and review the show in iTunes so we can continue to bring you great content, week after week. 

    • 37 min
    Finding Mindful Moments

    Finding Mindful Moments

    It feels like everyone is talking about what it is and how to do it, and you may be wondering –
    What is it, REALLY?
    And how do I practice mindfulness in a space full of chaos?
    On today’s episode, my sweet friend Macy Robison is asking me a whole bunch of questions that you were kind enough to submit via my Instagram account. We’re talking about what mindfulness is, how to practice it in your every day and why you should, and I’m also sharing some practical ways you can incorporate some of these tips.
    After you listen and start to try some of these practices, share what you’re doing on social using the hashtag #showuponpurpose so we can find you and cheer you on, and make you eligible for the mindfulness happy mail package I’m giving away.
    Quote:
    “What matters is finding these mindful moments in the in between. In the space between stimulus and response, making that choice to be present.”
    Links:
    Download the Checklist for this Episode
    Instagram: @natalienorton
    Email: natalienorton@gmail.com
    Thanks so much for listening. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast, and don’t forget to rate and review the podcast in iTunes so we can continue to bring you great content. 

    • 50 min
    "Motherhood: All love begins and ends there."

    "Motherhood: All love begins and ends there."

    In this very special episode, we get to hear the many different ways in which mothers navigate through the unpredictable and yet wonderful journey of motherhood as well as what our kids actually think of us!No matter what your experience has been surrounding mothers and motherhood, may you feel loved, supported, and encouraged through this small tribute to mothers.Episode Title Quote
    "Motherhood: All love begins and ends there." -Robert Browning
    Connect with Natalie:
    Instagram: @natalienorton
    Email: natalienorton@gmail.com
    Thanks so much for listening. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast, and don’t forget to rate and review the podcast in iTunes so we can continue to bring you great content. 
    Do you know what would be over the top amazing? If you text this show to a friend/family member right now and encourage them to listen.
    If you've found this meaningful, others will as well. 

    • 1 hr 17 min
    LIKE ME with Tricia Paoluccio

    LIKE ME with Tricia Paoluccio

    We live in a world where the weird, the ridiculous and the outright inconceivable are actually happening every single day. It’s consistently harder to determine what is real and what isn’t especially when it comes to social media. How should we view our role as users & influencers? And how can we use humor to learn to laugh at ourselves and the roles we play?
     
    In this episode, Natalie interviews actor Tricia Paoluccio. Tricia has guest starred on programs such as Chicago Med, Homeland and Kevin Can Wait. She’s held multiple roles in New York theater over the years, both on Broadway and off and is a co-creator of the new series, “Mommy Blogger.” 
     
    Bio - Tricia Paoluccio
     
    Website - www.mommybloggerseries.com
     
    YouTube - Mommy Blogger - YouTube
     
    Facebook - Mommy Blogger Series - Home
     
    Instagram - Mommy Blogger (@mommybloggerseries)
     
    Twitter - Mommy Blogger Series (@MommyBloggerTV) | Twitter
     
    Addie’s Instagram -  Four Boys Four Blessings (@fourboysfourblessings)

    • 47 min

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Busy baker

My 15 y/o found this podcast and she learned so much she and I listened together. What a wealth of great information! We all want to have better relationships, I’m so thankful to see my relationships through a new light. Thanks!

R_Kenobi ,

Relatable and helpful skills at life

Natalie connects with her audience better than most of the other podcasts I have listened to. While others talk at you she brings you along on a journey of discovery. It’s the approach of we instead of I . It’s the best friend, sister, and mom that we all wanted and needed. I have listened to her podcast twice through and really hope there’s a 2020 season coming up. The highlights for me are Parenting wishes , Boundaries, and the news years goals. Keep being awesome Natalie!

Two Ys ,

I CAN RELATE!!!

A year ago I slipped into a coma. T1D - low blood sugars, I am rebuilding.
Work was, maybe is, overwhelming, family was overwhelming, life was overwhelming.
I was a broken, depressed, sinking man. I am building stairs out of the whole.
I have committed to treating myself the way I treat others. I am a very loving, service oriented, caring person.
I have felt that hopelessness. I have heard the saying, “every day in every way I am getting better and better.” I really like it. It reminds me of Think and Grow Rich. Clarity of what we treasure the most.
Desire+Will Power+Persistence = Accomplishing Goals
The journey the last year has been hard. I am really enjoying your first podcast. Thank you for sharing.

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