This week, Anna and Maria talk to holistic health coach and podcaster Nina Boyce, to discuss some of our favorite things here at Never Wear Boring Socks: periods, creativity, self compassion, and, of course, socks (get ready for some wild sock situations in this one!) Nina shares her perspective on why it’s helpful to understand the different phases of our menstrual cycle, and some ways we can give ourselves compassion and care even during the parts of our cycle that we may not be so fond of. She also shares her knowledge about the mind-body connection, and particularly the relationship between our gut health and our mental health. Ultimately, Nina points out that the most important thing we can do for our health is to listen to our bodies. Nina also shares her thoughts on how creativity is related to our wellness and our menstrual cycles, how feminine energy and the moon plays into all of this, and why expressing our creativity and our unique gifts is so important.Read More
On the podcast this week, Anna and Maria talk about style. (Considering we have a podcast dedicated to unboring socks, this may be long overdue...but oh well.) They discuss how the clothes we wear can affect how we feel, and how we can use clothes as a tool for body acceptance. They also delve into the necessary evil of cleaning out your closet, and how it really can make a difference in decluttering not just our wardrobe, but our lives. As you might guess based on that idea, they end the episode by proposing a particularly challenging call to action….Read More
…and so is knowing yourself. On this week’s episode, Anna and Maria talk all about self knowledge: how it benefits our creativity and wellbeing, tools we can use to discover self knowledge, what your star sign is… Yep, our hosts get into everything from the Enneagram to astrology, and they’ve got a lot to say about it. Most importantly, they recognize that these tools are helpful because of the potential they have for various interpretations, and that we should use them in order to be compassionate and accepting of ourselves. Getting to know ourselves is hard--but it’s worth it.