One of my top favorite podcasts… seriously!
I’ve been listening to this podcast forever and was sad that I couldn’t leave a review because I listen on Spotify… turns out I can! Trish is so positive and uplifting. Her advice on changing your mindset is so motivating, and it makes it even better that she is a Christian and encourages us with her faith at the same time. It’s impossible to be in a bad mood after listening to one of Trish’s podcast episodes!
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Miracle Nighttime Routine Challenge
This 5-day experience will help you
-increase your sleep
-reduce your stress
-minimize unnecessary nighttime eating or drinking
-create more time in your day
-connect more intimately with people you love
3 Most Common Mistakes People with Nighttime Routines
-Lack of focus on true desires
-Absence of structure
-Too tired, over-extenuated – miscalculation throughout the day
-Poorly structured tasks, that are just too hard for fatigue
Let yourself be human.
Let’s stop competing in the insane competition of doing more and sleeping less.
A unrested you is not a badge of honor – it’s a declaration of mismanaged priorities.
I resisted this for years. I didn’t want to be human. I wanted to burn the candle at both ends. I didn’t want to have to say no to some things.
But when I tasted rest.
It turns out it was what I had been seeking all along.
I had to learn to break my own rules.
Sleep … boosts your immune system, prevents weight gain, increases mood, strengthens your heart, increases productivity, improves exercise performance, increases mental clarity, improves memory, reduces stress, lowers blood pressure, and heightens sex drive.
You’ll think better.
You’ll feel better.
You’ll look better.
Okay, but let’s talk about sleep hygiene and sleep anxiety.
Literally, sleep can skyrocket your confidence.
Not to mention that by proxy, sleeping more will prevent you from
Attention high-achievers – I’m talking about my recovering perfectionists, go-getters, type-As – you have a dream life, but you don’t feel like you’re living the dream, right? On paper, you have it all. But at night, you feel anxiety bubble up within you.
You might silence the anxiety with food, or wine, or online retail therapy; and it’s a habit, a cycle of self-sabotage you feel stuck in and ashamed of. You know you want to change what you’re doing, but you’ve tried to stop before and you just don’t know how to break the cycle.
Listen, I’ve been there. It’s the high-achievers shame-sabotage cycle and it’s a doozy. I wasted years trying to willpower my way to change. It didn’t work and I only felt more inadequate, more of an achievement imposter.
To break the cycle you have to change the way you think, and in doing so, you’ll disrupt the way you act. And that’s where I come in.
I’ve created a new 3-Part Audio Workshop for you, called Break the Cycle. It’s a private workshop delivered via RSS feed for you, meaning it’s appear right in your podcast app of choice. You have to register to get access, and it is of course, completely free.
Hey Trish, hope you’re all doing well!
I was listening to podcast #425, and you were being honest about looking at another podcaster’s followers and how many you have. It immediately made me think “oh my gosh, I’m soooo grateful for Trish and her podcast! I’ve gotta tell her!”
Seriously, you’ve helped me so much the past year or two. Insecurity has been my stuff left and I’ve been learning just how far deep into all of my relationships and thinking it can go into. Your’s is one podcast I have continued to listen to, even after other ones have fizzled out. So, THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for doing what you do! I know it’s not the case, but you’ve helped change at least my one heart and I plan to pass those lessons on. Thanks again and keep rocking.