It’s the 50th episode of Green Is the New Black! To celebrate this milestone Ashley shares a special giveaway, announces a new program you can join and digs into radical self love with the magical Gala Darling! Gala will share her story of recovering from an eating disorder, starting a massively successful blog and leading the self love revolution. Listen and learn how you can win a copy of Gala’s new book Radical Self Love!
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Things discussed in this episode:
- How did Gala use EFT to change her life?
- Gala shares her story of recovering from an eating disorder
- How did the “self love revolution” begin?
- Easy daily rituals to increase self love and graditude
- The fun practice Gala’s new guy does with her on periscope every day!
- Ashley announces her new group program – Starting Now
- Enter to win a copy of Gala’s new book Radical Self LoveLinks mentioned:
About the guest:
Gala Darling is an author, teacher, and speaker who has been teaching radical self love — a selection of powerful techniques and tools which help women transform their lives — for close to a decade. Her site, galadarling.com, helps a million women a month find their voice, live without fear, and fall in love with life.
Born in New Zealand, she moved to NYC with one suitcase when she was 24 years old, and used radical self love to heal from an eating disorder and depression.
Gala has been called “a spiritual revolutionary”, “the oracle of all things mystically glam”, and “a modern-day guru”. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, New Zealand Herald, Teen Vogue, New York Post, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Time Out New York, Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The Age, Sunday Herald Sun, The Dominion Post, Inked magazine, MiNDFOOD, Stuff, Viva, and countless others. She has been interviewed on CBS, ABC News, and Hay House Radio. Gala has spoken about radical self love and entrepreneurship at SXSW Interactive, TEDxCMU, and dozens of other events across the world, in addition to lecturing at NYU (twice). A co-founder of The Blogcademy, she taught over 1000 women how to build their business through their blog on several continents.