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Hosted by Psychologist turned Life Coach, Kate Snowise, Here to Thrive is a practical show about creating and living a fulfilling life. It mixes Positive Psychology with Wisdom + Modern Spiritual Thought, always with a f... More

#111. Sarah Kucera on Ayurveda & Holistic Health

Season 2, Ep. 6

I have increasingly seen Ayurveda referred to in Health & Wellness circles, but had no idea what is was. Then I met Dr. Sarah Kucera and she has opened my eyes to this logical way of looking at our wellness in life.

Sarah is the author of the newly released Ayurvedic Self-Care Handbook. This is a manual that you will refer back to time and time again, and it is truly the most beautiful book I can remember seeing in years. Find a copy here:

In this episode we talk about:

  • What Ayureveda is
  • The 3 Doshas or bodily constitutions (I'm Pitta)
  • How living in line with natural cycles benefits us, and how we can do it more
  • Simple practices that most of us will benefit from
  • How we can hack our daily routine for optimal well-being
  • What working late at night is doing to our system
  • And so much more

To learn more about Dr. Sarah Kucera head to or her practice Sage Center for Yoga & Healing Arts in Kansas City:

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#110. Tara Pringle Jefferson on Self-Care

Season 2, Ep. 5

Tara is a Writer, Speaker and Self-Care Coach who holds a Masters in Human Development. She is also a mother of two and we talk about the importance of self-care for mothers in this episode. Tara is eloquent and knowledgable. The way she discusses self-care really brings it home for me. I hope you feel the same way.

If you’d like to know more about Tara, her online courses or her coaching group, head to

As a sneak peek of what you can expect, we’re talking:

-      About the importance of knowing our care instructions (gosh…this one landed with me hard!)

-      How there are different types of self-care; the pampering side but also the self-respect and boundaries element which can be harder to implement

-      How when we’re setting boundaries, it isn’t the setting that is important, but the enforcing of them

-      How we can support ourselves in new motherhood

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#109. Ruby Warrington on Being Sober Curious

Season 2, Ep. 6

Ruby Warrington is a British Writer & Thought Leader who resides in Brooklyn, New York. In 2012 she launched a spiritual lifestyle platform for the New Age life called – The Numinous. She is also the co-creator of the event series Club Soda NYC and has a spiritual coaching program called Moon Club. 

Ruby is the bestselling author of the book, Material Girl, Mystical World and her second book Sober Curious has just been released. To grab your copy of Sober Curious, head here:

I wanted to talk to Ruby as I think in the Health & Wellness space, there is an increasing interest in being more mindful about the way we approach our lives, and I wanted to know how that extended to alcohol. You’ll hear in this interview that my best friend stopped drinking in 2018 and that brought the question about my own relationship with alcohol to the forefront too. 

Ruby starts with a really simple but HUGELY powerful question – “would my life be better without alcohol?” and discusses how that made her get curious. 

Today we’re talking about how you can explore that question for yourself, and what that might mean. Our discussion includes: 

- How being sober curious is all about questioning

- How most drinkers are drinking by default or habitual drinking, rather than consciously drinking

- How alcohol contributes to anxiety, exhaustion, disturbed sleep, and more

- That perhaps life isn’t supposed to be comfortable, and what that means

- The 5 different kinds of problem drinkers and how the black/white idea of problem drinking may be outdated

- How you can actually survive parties being sober

- Healthier ways we can escape and revive from the daily grind of life

To find out more about Ruby, head to: or

To keep up with the Club SODA NYC events, head here:

The TIME article with the 5 Different Categories of Problem Drinking:


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