The Kylie Camps Podcast
Summary: The Kylie Camps Podcast is all about cultivating more confidence, happiness and making small changes to make a big difference in your life. Let's chat Mum life, lifestyle, relationship, health and wellness.
Episode 85 is a conversation with Dr. Wednesday Martin and it was hard for me to not go full “fan girl” on her. I really loved speaking with Dr Wednesday about all things to do with female sexuality, desire, domesticity, myths and why so much of what we have been taught needs to be let go of. Dr Wednedsay is a feminist cultural critic and NYTbestselling author of seven books. She believes science and social science are for everyone and she has long blended them with storytelling to give readers "Aha!" moments about themselves, their desires, their behaviour, their thoughts and feelings. Dr Wednedsays book ‘UNTRUE’ explores why nearly everything we believe about women, lust, and infidelity is wrong and how the new science can set us free. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, The Telegraph, The Times, The Atlantic, and more and she frequently appears on national TV and radio to discuss motherhood, parenting, sexuality, and popular culture. Dr Wednesday also has an amazing podcast which she co-hosts with Whitney Miller called “True Sex and Wild Love”. You Can follow her here: IG @wednesdaymartinphd Twitter @wednesdaymartin podcast: True Sex and Wild Love http://wednesdaymartin.com
Episode 84 is a solo episode sharing a few things that I would tell myself in my twenties or that I would display on a billboard for all women to see. I hope you enjoy this episode :) I would love to hear from you, over on instagram @kyliecamps
Episode 83 is THE ONE episode that every single person must listen to. This is an episode that will make a difference to the lives of parents in a huge way! For those who don't have kids, please tune in. You will find yourself feeling so much compassion for new parents and you will tap into being super supportive because of the knowledge you can gain here. My friend Libby Quinn talks you through the huge identity shift that comes with motherhood and why becoming a mum truly changes you. Libby aka @thewomenspsycologist on the gram is a truly outstanding voice of reason and compassion for women. If every adult listened to this episode, motherhood and parenthood in general would be improved. Big call, I know! I believe it though. If you enjoy the podcast please do take a screenshot right now and post it to your stories and tag me @kyliecamps so I can reshare on my story too X PS- In this episode Dr Libby recommends the book 'What No One Tells You - A guide to your emotions from Pregnancy to Motherhood' By Alexandra Sacks MD and Catherine Birndorf MD
Episode 82 is a solo episode and it is one I really deliberated over sharing or not, but at the end of the day I know I take great comfort in listening to other woman who openly share parts of their life and in particular the hard parts. I hope this episode provides some level of assistance, assurance or connection for another woman out there. Xx
This episode is all about being brave in conversations with Catherine Plano. We talk about anxiety, fear, other peoples opinions, people pleasing and techniques to embrace tricky conversations. Catherine is an international keynote speaker with a passion for helping people to step into their own authentic power. Catherine specialises in stress management, self discovery, emotional intelligent Catherine has provided this free resource to help you with brave conversations - https://bit.ly/3eTeXjf To fin d out more about Catherine you can find her here : https://www.catherineplano.com.au @catherineplano
Episode 80 is a conversation with the super sweet Sarah Davidson aka @spoonful_of_sarah on the gram. We speak about the reality of being passionate and involved in several companies and projects. Sarah shares her journey from being a Lawyer in Hong Kong to falling in love with Matcha Tea and how her love for this product lead her to found a company that has changed her life. We speak about the reality of managing lots of "open tabs", the importance of boundaries and so much more. You can get to know Sarah more here: @spoonful_of_sarah @matcha_maiden @matcha_mylkbar @seize_the_yay
Todays episode is a short podcast sharing a few key lessons our little ones may be able to learn during this time of unprecedented uncertainty. It is a really tricky time for many families and some children, depending on their age, comprehension and natural predisposition may be finding it harder than others. I hope these little "life lessons" for our little people can spark a positive conversation in your household. As always, it would mean the world to me if you take a screen shot of this story and share to your instagram story and tag me @kyliecamps
Episode 78 is a BIG one. It is a really important topic to unpack and Conrad Townson is the man for the job. With over 22 years of experience and a passion for children's safety, Conrad is the National Education Manager with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation. He prides himself on a child centric approach and evidence based methods. With a personal and professional motto that “Child Safety Is Everyone's Responsibilty” he spends time communicating the importance of recognises, reacting and reporting concerns. During this conversation we speak about and refer to abuse, it may not be suitable for some listeners. Please use your own discretion here. The Daniel Morcombe Foundation is a charity founded by Bruce and Denise Morcombe, in loving memory of their son Daniel. Daniel Morcombe was just 13 years old in 2003 when he was abducted from the Sunshine Coast in QLD. It took over 8 years for his remains to be found and for a resident of the coast to be charged with his murder. The Morcombe family were faced with every parents worst nightmare and there is not a resident in Queensland who isn't familiar with the heartache this family has endured. Bruce and Denise are well known for their courage to make a difference in the lives of children by providing resources to keep children safe and the work they do with The Morcombe Foundation is truly inspiring and impactful. To donate to The Morcombe Foundation please head here: https://danielmorcombe.com.au/get-involved/donate/ Facebook - facebook/danielmorcombefoundation Instagram – danielmorcombefoundation Twitter – twitter.com/danielmorcombe Youtube – Daniel Morcombe Foundation Inc
Episode 77 is dedicated to the first 10 books I thought of when it comes to the impact they have had on my thinking and ultimately impacted my life for the better. I have been an avid reader from a young age and truly enjoy scrapping into a great book. This collection of books are all important to me for a variety of reasons from the masculine and feminine, wellness, perspective and in so many more ways. If you enjoy this episode please do take a screenshot right now and post to your instagram stories and tag me @kyliecamps so I can repost your story. It means a great deal to me when I see people sharing the podcast. XX
Episode 76 is a Q&A format with questions coming via Instagram. I do my best to respond to questions like What was the hardest part of separating? What pushes your buttons? Who is your celebrity "hall pass"? and many more! If you enjoy this episode I would love you to take a screenshot of the episode and share it on your stories and tag me (@kyliecamps) so I can re-share on my account.
Episode 75 is all about taking the quality of being grateful and putting it into practice. We all know that we should and could feel more gratitude but sometimes it ends up being another "thing on our should do list". This episode is all about practicing gratitude in different ways that can really transform your mindset and your whole day. This episode is bought to you by The STAYIN sale that is happening right this minute! We have 50% off ALL BABY SLEEP PROGRAMS AND TODDLER SLEEP AND BEHAVIOUR PROGRAMS. Visit www.thekindparentingcompany.com for more information. Use the code STAY IN at checkout to save 50% RIGHT NOW. SALE ENDS AT 7:00AM ON THE 7TH OF APRIL 2020
Ep 74 is a sensitive topic and listener discretion is advised. We refer to abuse and while we do not go into any specifics we do understand this may be a triggering topic and advise listeners to be mindful of their own trauma and triggers and skip this episode if need be. This is a conversation with my friend (and previous employee)Georgia. We share a few thoughts on how we, as parents can maintain vigilance and awareness when it comes to keeping your children safe. Georgia is based in Queensland and is the lucky step-mama to a beautiful daughter who is 7 years old. Georgia holds a Bachelor of Psychological Science and is studying a Bachelor of Midwifery. She also currently works for the Department of Child Safety and is passionate both personally and professionally about keeping children safe and conscious parenting. We hope you find this episode helpful. As always, please do take a screenshot and pop it on your Instagram stories so I can repost to mine.
Right now many of us who do not work in emergency or essential services are either in lockdown, self isolation or practicing social distancing. This means we are likely spending more time than ever before at home. Many will be fraught with worry and anxiety over the state of the nation, and world. It is a really confronting and scary time but staying home and doing "our bit" is all that we may be able to do right now. You may be going a bit stir crazy and struggling with what to do from y9ur on four walls so I wanted to share 15 things you can do from home to stay sane and thrive throughout this time. If you enjoy the podcast please do take a screen shot and post to your stories on instagram so I can re-share on my account. Please tag me @Kyliecamps
Episode 72 is a discussion with Mia Findlay about eating disorders and recovery. This is a topic close to my heart and something I have wanted to explore for the longest time but I have to admit, I have been wary on HOW to provide the most value for our listeners. Mia Findlay is an eating disorder recovery coach, content creator and business owner who has been the ambassador for The Butterfly Foundation for the last two years. She recovered from her own eating disorder almost seven years ago and now works with men and women from all over the world to reach full recovery. Her passion for eating disorder awareness and advocacy started with her YouTube channel, which was once just a personal diary where she documented her recovery. It has since become a community of more than 50,000 people where she connects with her following on dismantling diet culture, questioning beauty standards and demonstrating that life beyond an eating disorder is possible. Instagram: http://instagram.com/whatmiadidnext YouTube: http://youtube.com/whatmiadidnext Website: http://beyondbodycoach.com
This episode is a short and sharp solo ep sharing activity suggestions to enjoy from home with your children. We are thinking of all the people who are feeling the effects of this global pandemic. Stay safe XX