The Juice with Monique Barry \ Craving connection isn't a sign you need more self love & “bouncing back” after babies is bullshit

It's that time of the month again! No, not that one – it's The Juice with Monique Barry!

In this episode we chat all about how embracing our humanity or our "humanness" is the key to balance, why craving connection and a relationship isn't a sign you are lacking or you need to love yourself more and we get all fired up about the bullshit pressure on new mums to bounce back after a baby both physically and emotionally!

We also chat tarot cards and oils over ceremonial cacao because we're sooo 2020 it hurts.


Moni recommends:

Listen - Ram Dass Here and Now

Read - A Course in Miracles

Watch - Unwell on Netflix

Elizabeth recommends:

Listen - Johann Hari on The Imperfects

Watch - Unwell on Netflix


Moni is my life coach, biz coach (she helped me create Lemonade!), dear friend and scorpio soul sis. She's a fellow single mum and has dealt with her fair share of lemons throughout her life, but she's turned those adversities into an opportunity to not only grow and evolve, but help others navigating a rough time as well.

    •    Follow Moni on Instagram: @moniquebarry_

    •    You can find me: @elizabethanile

    •    If you enjoyed this chat, check our our first The Juice episode here where we chat love, relationships and self worth, this one here where we discuss flirting with sobriety and mindfulness for kids, our ep about redesigning the future we want in a post-covid world here and the latest one about soul mates v twin flames, outgrowing relationships and trusting your inner knowing here and the last Juice ep about the ego and our higher self and the dark night of the soul here.

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