The Self-Love Club is a real-life modern gals guide to empower you to live your best life.
It will provide you with tips to improve your self-love and self-care game, which will make you super happy and strong, who doesn’t want that right?
Find out more about self-love and The Self Love Club here.
On each episode of The Self-Love Club podcast Bel Crawford will interview girl boss women who are doing super cool things with their lives.
They'll share their stories, explain how they've done what they have, share their self-love and self-care practises as well as their tips and professional advice.
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Episode 1- Simone Anderson
Simone Anderson started a journey to change her life in 2014. She shared her progress on social media quickly attracting a large audience who followed her as she lost 92 kgs.
This gained worldwide media attention which included being interviewed on Tyra Banks talk show.
Simone is now one of New Zealand’s leading social media influencers and content creators with a strong following of over 550 thousand across her social media accounts. Simone shares her inspiring story and self-care tips.
Episode 2- Dr Libby
Dr Libby is an internationally acclaimed nutritional biochemist, speaker and author of twelve books.
Armed with a huge amount of knowledge, scientific research and a true desire to help others recover their energy and vitality,
Dr Libby empowers and inspires people to take charge of their health and happiness. She truly is an angel and Queen.
We are super lucky to have Dr Libby share her story and knowledge on The Self-Love Club podcast.
Episode 3- Gaia Chinniah
Gaia Chinniah is a healer, spiritual practitioner and businesswoman.
With a master’s degree in management and marketing, Gaia owns and runs a product distribution company based in Malaysia.
When she turned 33 Gaia had a spiritual awakening and now also coaches people through their spiritual journey and life with the gifts and insight she’s been given.
We are super lucky to have Gaia share her story, profound knowledge, advice and gift on The Self-Love Club podcast.
Episode 4- Erin O’Hara
Erin O’Hara studied science and furthered her study to become a Naturopath.
She then competed internationally as a professional triathlete based in America for four years.
Erin had a goal of setting up a wellness centre by the time she was 30. When she moved back to NZ she set up a yoga and meditation studio and natural medicine clinic when she was 29, #nailedit
Erin is super passionate about natural health and empowering people to live their best, balanced lives.
We are very lucky to have Erin share her inspiring story and professional advice on The Self-Love Club podcast.
Episode 5- Anna Squelch
Anna Squelch worked in Executive Assistant roles in London, Sydney and New Zealand. Incredibly capable in her job she experienced the all too common corporate burn out.
Anna never thought there was another way to have a career and make money but took a leap of faith and turned her side hustle into her full time gig.
After gaining certification from the Institute of Integrated Nutrition in New York, Anna is now a Holistic health and Business Coach helping women find alignment in all areas of their lives.
We are really lucky to have Anna share her very relatable and inspiring story and tips on The Self-Love Club podcast.
Episode 6- Lola Berry
Lola Berry is an Australian Nutritionist, yoga teacher, business owner and author of an impressive 10 health, yoga and cook books. The first she published when she was 23. With a dream of being the next Cate Blanchett Lola started studying performing arts, then became a DJ party gal and a make-up artist before finding her passion and purpose in health and nutrition. Lola started her TV career making Youtube videos about different foods and their super powers.
Lola is a self-proclaimed Aussie bogan and a beautiful fun loving soul that I can wait to catch up with again, she’s infectious to be around and makes you feel magical.
We are so lucky to have Lola share her story, realness, powerful advice and laughter on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Lola on Instagram: @yummololaberry
Episode 7- Tully Smyth
With a background in journalism and advertising Tully Smyth stared on the TV Show Big Brother in Australia in 2013
After the show Tully had grown a huge social media following and became one of the first to create a career and business out of it, as a writer, content creator and even though she hates the word ‘influencer’ which 5 years on is still going strong.
Tully has been open about her anxiety and also her Mothers dementia which has hugely affected her family and Tully’s life.
We are really lucky to have Tully share her story, rawness and advice on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Tully @tee_smyth on Instagram.
Episode 8- PJ Harding
Polly Harding aka PJ became one of New Zealand’s most lovable broadcasters, working her way up at ZM after studying at the NZ Broadcasting School.
PJ started doing the drive show with Jase Hawkins, the show gained a lot of traction (they’re what we call radio soul mates) and were snapped up by an Australian radio company to host a breakfast show on KIIS in Melbourne. Huge big deal!
PJ is all about the holistic mindful life and she’s managed to own who she is, making her extremely relatable and likeable.
We are super lucky have PJ share her story and inspiring advice on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow PJ @pjdeejay on Instagram.
Episode 9- Stacey Morrison
Stacey Morrison (nee Daniels) started her TV career when she was still at high school on a children’s show Kiwi kids grew up watching, What Now.
Stacey is a Mum of three, a radio host on The Hits Drive show, a TV presenter, director, producer and Maori language consult.
She’s also an author and works in governance roles- is on the media advisory board as well as her children’s school board.
How does she manage to do it all? And how has she paved this career and life for herself?
A true boss babe, we are super lucky have Stacey share her inspiring story and empowering advice on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Stacey @stacedotcom on Instagram.
Episode 10- Love Lessons Part 1 ‘Learning to live out of love and not fear’
Spiritual healer, therapist and businesswoman Gaia Chinniah aka @soulthirtythree featured on Episode 3 of The Self-Love Club Podcast and will now catch up with me monthly for our series Love Lessons.
Part 1 will help you kick start your 2019 and teach you how to live out of love and not out of fear so you can live your best life.
Episode 11- Nikki Isemonger
With a background in aviation Nikki Isemonger is a stay at home mum to twin girls who are about to turn 3.
@nikki.isemonger as you may know her on Instagram, started to grow a social media following when she announced she was pregnant 3 months into a new relationship, openly sharing the shock and struggles that came with it.
Nikki is a fashionista, hilarious, an incredible Mum and one of the kindest souls I’ve ever met.
The way she has handled heartbreak, post-natal depression and continues to create the best life for herself and her daughters is truly inspiring.
We are super lucky to have Nikki share her story so openly and her advice on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Nikki on Instagram: @nikki.isemonger
Episode 12- Megan Papas
For the past decade Megan Papas has been one third of the radio show ‘Fletch Vaughan and Megan’ which is currently the number 1 hit music breakfast show on New Zealand’s nationwide network ZM.
Megan is an esteemed broadcaster with over 14 years’ experience.
She worked her way up in production and on air roles after studying at The New Zealand Broadcasting School.
Megan is a fashion Queen and is all about empowering and standing up for women, regularly using her platform to speak up about equal rights.
We are really lucky to have Megan share her story so openly and her helpful advice (which will 100% empower you) on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Megan: @meganlouisepapas
Episode 13- Olivia Rogers
Olivia Rogers grew up in Adelaide and is mega talented.
Olivia is an artist, has a background in modelling and is a qualified speech pathologist.
In 2017 Olivia was crowned Miss Australia and represented the country at Miss Universe which opened doors to huge opportunities.
Olivia is a mental health advocate and uses her platform to openly speak about her own mental health battles and overcoming disordered eating.
A beautiful person inside and out, we are so lucky to have Oliva share her story and insightful advice on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Olivia @oliviamollyrogers
BONUS EPISODE- 2019 Our year of being more savage
A special treat from me to all of you The Self-Love Club Podcast listeners, I appreciate you all so freaking much.
2019 is our year of being more savage (in a good way). It's savage chic hon.
We're not tolerating any or anyone's BS.
We're not being taken advantage of.
We're standing up for ourselves and making positive changes in order to create our best life.
Focus on the good, what's important and quality always. The rest can SEE YA.
Follow me on Instagram @belcrawford
Episode 14- Love Lessons Part 2 ‘Break-ups’
Spiritual healer, therapist and businesswoman Gaia Chinniah aka @soulthirtythree catches up with me monthly for 'Love Lessons'.
Part 2 is all about break-ups and will teach you how to get through them and use the opportunity to learn and grow so you can be your strongest self.
Episode 15- Tully Lou
Tully Humphrey is a fashion designer and owner of activewear and streetwear label Tully Lou, which she launched six years ago while living in Bali. The Melbourne designers label has been worn by the likes of Gigi Hadid, taking it to an international level.
Tully had to quit high school while she battled an eating disorder. Yoga was a big part of her recovery and saw Tully become a qualified yoga teacher while she started her label after fashion school.
We are so lucky to have Tully share her story so openly and her inspiring advice on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Tully on Instagram: @tullylou
BONUS EPISODE- My story of overcoming disordered eating
This is my story of overcoming disordered eating. It’s been extremely hard for me to share, confronting and harder than I realised.
It was only when I went to book in to get my teeth cleaned and whitened at White Smile Dental in Takapuna AKL that I realised that I'm ten years free from disordered eating.
I wasn't paid for this and I'm sharing my story because I want you to know you CAN overcome your battles. They don't have to ruin you.
This is my story of how I managed to overcome disordered eating after a decade long battle.
If I can do it, then you can too.
Find a list of places to get help in NZ and AUS here
Follow me on Instagram @belcrawford
Episode 16- Julia Matthews
Julia Matthews is an entrepreneur who started a blog with her sister Libby six years ago.
After studying business Julia found her passion becoming a nutritionist and starting businesses, like her company Two Islands.
Juls is hilarious and so relatable, openly sharing her struggles with anxiety and heartbreak and how she manages it.
We are so lucky to have Juls share her story and empowering girl boss advice on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Julia on Instagram: @juls_matthews
Episode 17- Lola Berry Ep 2
Lola Berry is an Australian Nutritionist, Businesswoman, Yoga Teacher and Author of 10 books.
Lola found her passion in health and nutrition and started her TV career making Youtube videos.
Lola is magical to be around and I catch up with her every time I’m in Melbourne.
On this episode we chat openly about heart break, lessons, real love and how it’s rare.
Goal setting for 2019, crystals and Lola does an angel card reading for me.
We are so lucky to have Lola Berry back on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Lola on Instagram: @yummololaberry
BONUS EPISODE- With Nikki Isemonger
We all loved having her on The Self-Love Club Podcast and Nikki Isemonger is back!
Nikki is a Girl Boss of a twin girl gang, Influencer, chic fashionista, such a kind human not to mention 10/10 hilarious and relatable.
In this episode we discuss the Khloe Kardashian, Tristan Thomspon and Jordyn Woods situation.
How you can stop allowing BS behavior in your life and raise your self-worth.
Plus how Instagram unfollowing can be really bad for your mental health.
Follow Nikki on Instagram @nikki.isemonger
Episode 18- Love Lessons Part 3 ‘Purpose and Past Lives'
Spiritual healer and business woman Gaia Chinniah @soulthirtythree is my therapist and catches up with me monthly for our series Love Lessons.
We cover a range of topics and you can submit questions, areas you’d like us to cover by DM’ing me @belcrawford on Instagram.
This episode is about living your purpose and past lives. What are they and what impact do they have on your life?
Follow Gaia on Instagram: @soulthirtythree
BONUS EPISODE- My thoughts on female empowerment this International Women’s Day
Bonus Episode for International Women's Day on March 8th.
The Self-Love Club is all about female empowerment, I created it because I feel strongly about helping women feel really freaking good about themselves.
Female empowerment is also about women being kind and lifting up other women.
Don’t let your own insecurities drag another female down, that's your issue.
There is enough success, love and beauty for all of us.
Just because another woman is doing well, it doesn’t mean you can’t.
These are my thoughts and experiences this International Women's Day.
You can find the article I've written for this and leave your comments here
Episode 19- Elizabeth Anile (Bambi and Baby)
Melbourne based TV journalist, producer and Mum Elizabeth Anile had everything she wanted.
Her dream career, a fairy-tale proposal with her partner, a beautiful baby and home and then one day her life turned upside down.
Elizabeth found out about something her fiancé had done when their son was only 8 months old and made the brave decision to know her worth and end the relationship.
Elizabeth started a blog bambiandbaby.com writing about her heartbreak, self-love and being a solo Mum.
We are so lucky to have Bam share her story and inspiring advice on The Self-Love Club Podcast.
Follow Elizabeth on Instagram: @bambiandbaby_
Episode 20- Jazz Thornton
Jazz Thornton is the Co-founder of mental health charity Voices of Hope.
Jazz was sexually abused as a child and tried to take her own life 14 times from the age of 12.
Once Jazz was able to overcome this she wanted to create something she needed growing up.
With a background in film and TV, Jazz has spent the last 2 years directing a web series called Jessica’s Tree, which tells the story of a young girls suicide and is out now.
Follow Jazz on Instagram: @jazzthornton and @voicesofhope
This conversation discusses sexual abuse, mental health and suicide, not in graphic detail but may be distressing to some listeners.
WHERE TO GET HELP
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