Ali Edwards, Feel Good Effect Success
We’re diving into a Feel Good Effect success story today, as we chat with Ali Edwards from aliedwards.com.
We talk about Ali’s wellness story, how she balances taking care of herself as a working mama of a blended family of seven, and how she’s used lessons taken from the Feel Good Effect to find real health in real life.
Ali Edwards’s passion resides in that very special place where the stories and images of life intersect.
Her work includes teaching, writing, photography, and memory keeping product design. Learn more about her intentional memory keeping projects and products at http://www.aliedwards.com.
Ali’s wellness story, what worked and what didn’t.
What’s still challenging on a day to day basis.
How Ali found help with her anxiety and depression.
Her philosophy on food and feeding a family of seven.
Her approach to movement and finding what works for her.
Ali’s go-to Feel Good Effect podcast episodes.
Feel Good Effect 003: How to Naturally Balance Your Hunger Hormones with Kelly LeVeque
Feel Good Effect 004: Finding Intuitive Health and Committing to Real with Sadie Lincoln
Feel Good Effect 014: The True Meaning of Wellness with Colleen Wachob
Feel Good Effect 015: The Secret to a Happy Healthy Life with Gretchen Rubin
Feel Good Effect 019: FInding Healthy Middle Ground and Thriving with an Autoimmune Disease with Phoebe Lapine
3 More Feel Good Effect Episodes You’ll Love
Finding Intuitive Health and Committing to Real with Sadie Lincoln
The True Meaning of Wellness with Colleen Wachob
Wonderful interview, really enjoyed hearing the a "real life" example of wellness. I am super inspired by the experts & leaders of the wellness community, but I thought this was also a fun change up. I really liked the aspects of balancing your own wellness goals with a family. It was particularly great to hear how her son’s eating challenges have changed so much since his challenging toddler years. I’d love to hear more guests delve into eating struggles with sensitive children, and suggestions for a balance in the family’s menu planning overall.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Kris, so glad this one resonated with you! I’ll take your guest feedback into account for future guests!