The Bold Life Movement with Kimberly Rich
About This Show
The Bold Life Movement is all about empowering people to be their best, boldest, and happiest self. Each week we'll bring you true stories from inspiring people who prove that it's possible to life a passion-filled, rich life. Whether your goal is to build a business and travel the world, or cultivate better relationships, and a healthier lifestyle, The Bold Life Movement has you covered. Hear from successful entrepreneurs, bestselling authors, and other inspiring individuals, and learn how you can harness your own inner boldness to create your best life.
Most Recent Episode
Emily Nolan: How To #BePrettyBrave and Practice Radical Self-Acceptance
2 days ago
I met today’s guest, Emily Nolan, in high school. She is the writer of MyKindOfLife.com, a model and the founder of #BePrettyBrave (formerly TOPLESS Yoga). It is a bras on, bellies out self-confidence event used as a tool for self-love, and it is about exposing vulnerabilities by practicing radical self-acceptance. I am really excited to talk to Emily about the positivity of her personal brand. My Kind of Life started four years ago as a vegan lifestyle blog – very different from what it is now. Slowly, she started sharing more stories about modeling, and eventually eating disorders. Things started to take off. Emily started to connect with her audience, and she started to share more broadly about issues relating to body image. “I’ve been a size 0, I’ve been a size 16. You talk about happiness, and I realized that happiness never came, ever, from a size. Happiness was always a permission that I gave myself, and I could have that at any size.” Emily participated in a photoshoot for Curves by Victoria Janashvili, an art book featuring a number of celebrities that write and speak about being good enough the way they are. She was painted, took images in a variety of yoga poses (right after finishing her yoga teacher training), and wrote the whole story in a mindbodygreen post. From there it got picked up by more than 25 online publications, including