All The Stuff
About This Show
Welcome to the All the Stuff podcast where we jam about money, clutter and food and the real stuff under the “stuff”. Join Lisa Carpenter your resident food coach along with co-hosts money coach Jen Turrell and clutter coach Lisa Sharp as we help you release what’s weighing you down and heal your relationship with food, money and clutter from the inside out. Tune in weekly for topics ranging from debt reduction, money management, weight loss, creating a healthy relationship with your body and how to reduce your physical stuff and the emotions we attach to “things”.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 30 - ATS - Letting Go of Bad Habits
4 days ago
Today, our ladies Lisa Carpenter, Transformational Life and Nutrition Coach, along with Lisa Sharp, Empowerment Coach and Clutter Expert, and Jen Turrell, Financial Personal Trainer for Women, share their thoughts on letting go of old habits and the discomfort of creating new ones. Lisa Carpenter, at the time of recording, was in the final stages of planning her Masterclass. During past launches, she had used anxiety as the fuel to get her through the planning, which was always at the last minute and on the fly. Needless to say this was extremely stressful, and she felt as though she had been swallowed whole by the end of it. She has had to change her approach, and now plans ahead and comes from a place of ease. The temptation to stray from the task at hand to check out Facebook, respond to a text, or whatever other “itch” is calling her, is a very real challenge. Putting her phone in another room, and clearing her calendar has allowed her to give herself the space she needs to do what she needs to do, in a timely fashion. Lisa Sharp, a notorious self-proclaimed procrastinator, shares that her last minute mentality is in fact a protection mechanism that she uses to not hold herself accountable for the success of her endeavors, because she puts things together at the last minute. Even though it is uncomfortable, it is the known variable, and her default. She shares that focussing on one thing at a time, and staying the course, allows you to accomplish so much more. She suggests using timers to keep on track and recommends them all the time to her clients. In the throes of writing her first novel, Jen Turrell is also very familiar with the issue of time wasting, and distraction from the task at hand. Writing is a long term endeavor that doesn’t have an immediate return on time invested, so being conscious of time management is very important. For her, social media can be a total waste of time. On the other hand, she also finds it to be very useful both to spread her message, learn about the goings on in the country and around the world that interest her.