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.
When the time comes to help your little one move from a Cot to a bed, it can feel really daunting. In this episode you will hear easy and sensible tips for helping your little one make this transition as smooth as possible. Head to www.thekindparentingcompany.com to check out Toddler Life for all things to do with toddler sleep and behaviour.
Binge Eating Disorder AKA BED is far more common and destructive than many people realise. It is often minimised or unnoticed but can have a massively negative effect on the sufferer. This episode is not intended to diagnose or take the place of qualified treatment. This episode is sharing anecdotal experience and intends to encourage listeners who may be experiencing BED to reach out to an appropriate support person such as their GP. We have listed resources at the bottom of the show notes also. Binge eating is more than occasionally over eating, binge eating disorder can be distressing, out of control and cause significant psychological distress. Binge Eating is classified as +Eating unusually large amounts of food in a specific amount of time, such as over a two-hour period. +Feeling that your eating behavior is out of control. +Eating even when you're full or not hungry. +Eating rapidly during binge episodes. +Eating until you're uncomfortably full. +Frequently eating alone or in secret. It can be part of a binge, purge , over exercise and restrict cycle or if can exist without these other elements. https://butterfly.org.au https://www.lifeline.org.au
Episode 174 is a Conversation with the inspiring Courtney Mangan. Courtney is a fellow podcaster, business owner, entrepreneur and lives by her favourite motto of "find out who you are and do it on purpose". Courtney wears many hats (crowns actually!) and speaks candidly about her own lived experiences. We speak bout Courtney's experience with skin cancer, weight loss surgery and truly living with intention. You can check Courtney out here https://www.courtneymangan.com.au/about and follow her @courtneymangan Listen in to her podcast 'She Was The Fire'
Episode 173 is a solo episode chatting about the differences between punishment, discipline and consequences. Parenting feels like an endless pursuit of finding the sweet spot between guiding, upholding, nurturing and preparing. It’s a mix of being a safety net and stepping aside to let a fall happen. This episode explores the importance of appropriate imposed consequences and the power of a natural consequence for cultivating an understanding of action and reaction. Encouraging children to learn accountability and responsibility is a massive gift for setting them up to succeed and live a fulfilling life.
Episode 172 is a conversation about breaking free from past experiences and reclaiming your life with Dr Sarah Woodhouse. We speak about trauma, dysfunctional behaviours, negative thoughts, self sabotaging, recognising patterns and how to move forward successfully and turn struggle into a foundation for growth. Dr Sarah is a research psychologist and trauma expert. Her research explores how different ways of thinking, feeling and being can affect trauma symptoms. In her work, Sarah uses her knowledge and personal experience to help people break free from their past and reclaim their lives. Sarahs book, "You're Not Broken" is available now to purchase from her website and leading book stores. https://sarahwoodhouse.com Connect with Sarah via Instagram: @thesarahwoodhouse
Episode 170 is a conversation about domestic abuse with award winning investigative journalist and author, Jess Hill. One in four Australian women has experienced abuse from a man she was intimate with. All too often we collectively are asking the wrong question. We ask “why doesn’t she leave?”. We need to ask “why does he do it?” ‘See What You Made Me Do’ is a deep dive into the insidious world of domestic abuse. Jess explores the perpetrators, the systems and the often predictable path. See what you made me do rethinks the term domestic abuse, confronts the national crisis and peels back the layers to reveal early warning signs. This is an incredibly important topic to explore. We discuss abuse in this conversation. It may not be suitable listening for all. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse please contact 1800 RESPECT For men experiencing abuse or are concerned about their own behaviour please contact Mensline Australia on 1300 78 99 78. You can learn more about Jess Hill here. The book ‘See What You Made Me Do’ is a must read. https://www.jesshill.net
Episode 164 of the podcast is a short episode sharing one thought exercise you can use to reframe the phrase “losing it” or “hitting rock bottom”. I share a metaphor that helps me explain why I have found certain breakdown moments to be empowering, eventually.
Episode 163 is conversation about building a brand with Ricki Harrison of Nutra Organics. Ricki is a company owner and head of production. She shares the story of Nutra Organics. We talk about the reality of taking risks in a family business, the struggles of starting and the struggles of growing rapidly. We speak about branding, company culture, honesty and much more. To view the range of amazing Nutra Organics products head to www.nutraorganics.com my code KYLIE is live now to save you 15% off their range.
Welcome back to the first episode of the Podcast for 2021! We are kicking off the year with a conversation about HOW we breathe with James Nestor. James Nestor is an author and journalist who has written for Scientific American, Outside, The New York Times, The Atlantic, National Public Radio, The San Francisco Chronicle, and more. His latest book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art, was released May 26, 2020 by Riverhead/Penguin Random House and was an instant New York Times and London Sunday Times bestseller. Breath explores how the human species has lost the ability to breathe properly. This sounds impossible, but it’s true. Snoring, sleep apnea, asthma, allergies and even autoimmune diseases are among the most prevalent diseases in the modern world, and all of them can be either exacerbated, or sometimes caused, by poor breathing. Nestor spent years in laboratories and ancient burial sites, working with researchers at Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, and other institutions to figure out what went wrong with our breathing--and how to fix it. Breath will be translated into more than 30 languages in 2021. He lives and breathes in San Francisco. More at mrjamesnestor.com. James Nestor’s book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art published by Penguin Random House) is out now https://books.apple.com/us/book/id1487371974 Instagram: instagram.com/mrjamesnestor Facebook: facebook.com/mrjamesnestor Twitter: twitter.com/mrjamesnestor Website: https://www.mrjamesnestor.com/breath
Episode 136 is the final episode for 2020! Thank you for choosing to listen in ❤️ I am so excited to share next years guests and direction with you!!
In today's episode Dr Peta Wright is back for round two to share 5 things your gynaecologist wants you to know. We speak about the pill, contraception, period pain, the menstrual cycle, if freezing eggs or assisted fertility needs to be considered and what’s normal when it comes to vulvas. Dr Peta Wright is deeply committed to all aspects of women’s health care. She strives to take a holistic approach to managing the health concerns of women of all ages. Peta has a particular interest and expertise in the areas of paediatric and adolescent gynaecology, having completed a fellowship in adolescent gynaecology in 2013. For patients who are trying to conceive, Peta offers fertility care with a holistic approach, addressing diet, lifestyle and environmental factors. If required, she is able to offer treatment with assisted reproductive techniques such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF), intrauterine insemination (IUI) and ovulation induction. Peta is also passionate about helping women with pelvic pain and endometriosis, as well as polycystic ovarian syndrome, hypothalamic amenorrhoea, vulva concerns, painful sex, abnormal pap smears and menopause medicine. In addition, she works with women experiencing pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) and pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). When it comes to treating any gynaecological condition, it is of utmost importance to Peta that she educates and informs her patients and aims to empower them to achieve the best quality of life possible. She is also highly tuned to the ways that nutrition, stress and lifestyle can affect hormonal balance and aims to help women work on these aspects of their lives as part of their overall health picture. Dr Wright completed her undergraduate medical degree at Monash University in Melbourne in 2004. Her training has been centred in tertiary level hospitals. In her spare time, Peta enjoys getting back to nature, spending time with her family @petavirginia Dr Peta recommends: The Period Repair Manual By Lara Bryden Period Queen By Lucy Peaches Pelvicpain.org.au Labialibrary.org This episode is brought to you by Heartwood Farm Byron Bay. Book your accommodation today and mention this podcast to receive a complimentary bottle of Italian Red or White Wine. https://heartwoodfarmbyronbay.com
Episode 100 is a solo episode sharing 10 of my favourite take-aways from a few memorable episodes and exchanges! XX
Episode 99 is a conversation about making a bold choice for a young family with Daegan Coyne. Daegan is a lawyer, mum of two, co-owner of Ritology, fitness enthusiast and wife amongst other things! Last year Daegan and her husband were presented with a big opportunity. It involved saying goodbye to their idyllic neighbourhood to move overseas...and then COVID hit! To keep up with Daegan you can find her here; @daegan_coyne Check out her amazing business here Ritology.co and use the code PLASTICFREE at the checkout for 25% Off the range for JULY 2020
Episode 98 is a solo episode answering questions directly from the community over on Instagram (@kyliecamps). It's always interesting to read the questions and I've done my best to answer them off the cuff and honestly. XX
Episode 97 is a conversation with one of the most outstanding and impactful spiritual thought leaders of our time, Byron Katie. After struggling through a decade-long downward spiral of depression and anger, Katie awoke to a major epiphany. All of a sudden she could see the reason as to why she and everyone else was suffering. Over time she developed “the work” as a way to teach others to free themselves of the thoughts causing pain Byron Katie has written four major books: the bestselling Loving What Is, I Need Your Love—Is That True?, and A Thousand Names for Joy, and A Mind at Home with Itself. At www.thework.com you will find The Work, Katie’s blog, free materials to download, audio and video clips, a schedule of events, and a free helpline with a network of facilitators.