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Death of the Good Girl! Being a Heart Centred Adult Willing to Make Mistakes and Learn

November 29, 2020 When Women Speak
When Women Speak - Stories Worth Telling
Death of the Good Girl! Being a Heart Centred Adult Willing to Make Mistakes and Learn
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When Women Speak - Stories Worth Telling
Death of the Good Girl! Being a Heart Centred Adult Willing to Make Mistakes and Learn
Nov 29, 2020
When Women Speak

In this Podcast episode we are joined by the fabulously talented, warm, generous and open hearted powerhouse, and professional photographer Laura Wood. 

We get to hear what this interesting year so far has shown Laura, the importance of breathing, and speaking your truth whilst not diminishing others. Laura speaks on creating a dynamic online community that feels safe for people to show up in, how it’s ok to express yourself and indulge in life’s pleasures, and moving beyond people pleasing.

Laura is a photographer and educator based in South Yorkshire, England. She is mum to two young boys with motherhood and daily life inspiring much of her photography. 

Finding catharsis through self-portraiture Laura takes feelings and emotions out of her head and heart and holds a mirror up to herself by way of the camera. This process has given her a tangible way of dealing with everything from sleep deprivation, depression and anxiety to overwhelming love and gratitude. This outpouring of feelings into art has connected her with womxn around the world who share her experiences. 

These connections told Laura there was a need for further equality and for womxn’s voices to be heard more loudly in the industry, so she co-founded a photography community for womxn, Phlock Live, with her sister Sarah. Laura is dedicated to elevating the position of womxn in photography - committed to encouraging womxn to find their voice and letting it speak loudly through their art. 

Laura is a firm believer that finding our voice is simple when we strip away expectation and pressure, and focus solely on instinct, impulse and freedom. 

No more people pleasing or trying to be the "good girl".

Links to Laura Wood:
https://www.instagram.com/ourkiddo/?hl=en
https://www.instagram.com/phlocklive/?hl=en

Links to When Women Speak:
Website ~ https://www.wwsgn.com/
Facebook private group ~ https://www.facebook.com/groups/whenwomenspeak
Facebook public page ~ https://www.facebook.com/whenwomenspeakglobalnetwork
Email ~ [email protected]

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=hello%40wwsgn.com&currency_code=GBP&source=url)

Show Notes

In this Podcast episode we are joined by the fabulously talented, warm, generous and open hearted powerhouse, and professional photographer Laura Wood. 

We get to hear what this interesting year so far has shown Laura, the importance of breathing, and speaking your truth whilst not diminishing others. Laura speaks on creating a dynamic online community that feels safe for people to show up in, how it’s ok to express yourself and indulge in life’s pleasures, and moving beyond people pleasing.

Laura is a photographer and educator based in South Yorkshire, England. She is mum to two young boys with motherhood and daily life inspiring much of her photography. 

Finding catharsis through self-portraiture Laura takes feelings and emotions out of her head and heart and holds a mirror up to herself by way of the camera. This process has given her a tangible way of dealing with everything from sleep deprivation, depression and anxiety to overwhelming love and gratitude. This outpouring of feelings into art has connected her with womxn around the world who share her experiences. 

These connections told Laura there was a need for further equality and for womxn’s voices to be heard more loudly in the industry, so she co-founded a photography community for womxn, Phlock Live, with her sister Sarah. Laura is dedicated to elevating the position of womxn in photography - committed to encouraging womxn to find their voice and letting it speak loudly through their art. 

Laura is a firm believer that finding our voice is simple when we strip away expectation and pressure, and focus solely on instinct, impulse and freedom. 

No more people pleasing or trying to be the "good girl".

Links to Laura Wood:
https://www.instagram.com/ourkiddo/?hl=en
https://www.instagram.com/phlocklive/?hl=en

Links to When Women Speak:
Website ~ https://www.wwsgn.com/
Facebook private group ~ https://www.facebook.com/groups/whenwomenspeak
Facebook public page ~ https://www.facebook.com/whenwomenspeakglobalnetwork
Email ~ [email protected]

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=hello%40wwsgn.com&currency_code=GBP&source=url)