Ashley interviews her former health coaching client Lizzy Goddard, Founder of The Pillow Fort a site that aims to make chronic illness suck less for young adults. Lizzy share’s her story of chronic illness after being a high level athlete and how she’s recovered over the past year.

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Things discussed in this episode:
 

  • Lizzy’s journey from high level teenage athlete to bed-bound twenty something with a string of chronic illnesses
  • The birth of the Pillow Fort Why she believes you can have fun  in spite of having a chronic illness
  • How her “doer” mentality helps keep her positive.
  • Does being interested in “woo-woo” stuff conflict with being an atheist and loving science?
  • What would Lizzy would say to to skeptics that your mindset can effect your health?
  • Lizzy’s toolkit to feel better when things get hard.
  • Why she decided to financially invest in coaching
  • Why Lizzy stopped watching the news
 

 

Links mentioned:

Lizzy’s website
The Pillow Fighter’s Club facebook community
Hay House World Summit
Tara Bliss
Gabby Bernstein’s book May Cause Miracles
Conquering Fear Spiritually
Dr. Lissa Rankin’s book Mind Over Medicine

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About the guest:

Elizabeth 'egg' Goddard pic for testie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lizzy Goddard is the founder of The Pillow Fort, a glorious chronic illness-positivity-thriving-youngish people hybrid-fusion-mix thing. After realising that wallowing in chronic illness communities just made her feel worse, she’s now on a mission to make chronic illness suck less through fun and positivity. The Pillow Fort consists of a digital magazine, a community, blog, a shop selling physical products and more.