170 | Latham Thomas on Non-Attachment, Finding community, What Feminism needs, the Value of Beauty, Glowing + More! - Katie Dalebout

170 | Latham Thomas on Non-Attachment, Finding community, What Feminism needs, the Value of Beauty, Glowing + More!

latham thomasI’ve loved Latham for years. She was one of my first ever guests and her saying yes to doing my podcast back in 2013 when I was getting started gave me the confidence to keep going. You’ll quickly hear why I adore her. She is present, genuine, smart, articulate, and kind; all of which comes through in this episode. I spent a lovely Saturday morning with her in her beautiful apartment in Manhattan and we talked for almost two hours about everything from her meeting with Oprah to living in NYC  to the value of surrounding yourself with beauty.  We talked about cultivating a supportive community of women & the importance of supporting other women. One of my favorite parts of the interview was her definition of feminism which is my favorite I’ve heard so far. We discussed the need for inclusion and accessibility in the wellness industry, why balance is a myth, motherhood, and so much more, just listen. She’s amazing and I adore this long, deep conversation. Let us know what you think.

 

Notes from the Show:

-Latham website // Own Your Glow BookMama Glow | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

-listen to her first episode on the podcast (episode #8, when it was just beginning!)

-check out her new book Own Your Glow

-Latham on Super Soul 100 with Oprah

-mindfulness programs for children she mentions: Bent on Learning & Mindful Schools

Modern Om (company her friend owns that she mentions)

-we both LOVE eating at Jajaja Plantas Mexicana

-Movie: Wonder Woman

 

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“Plant seeds and invest in other people.”

“The universe rewards courage. Move in the direction that’s uncomfortable and the universe will show up to support you.”

“You are potent and powerful.”

“Own your glow.”

 

 

I’ve loved Latham for years. She was one of my first ever guests and her saying yes to doing my podcast back in 2013 when I was getting started gave me the confidence to keep going. You’ll quickly hear why I adore her. She is present, genuine, smart, articulate, and kind; all of which comes through in this episode. I spent a lovely Saturday morning with her in her beautiful apartment in Manhattan and we talked for almost two hours about everything from her meeting with Oprah to living in NYC  to the value of surrounding yourself with beauty.  We talked about cultivating a supportive community of women & the importance of supporting other women. One of my favorite parts of the interview was her definition of feminism which is my favorite I’ve heard so far. We discussed the need for inclusion and accessibility in the wellness industry, why balance is a myth, motherhood, and so much more, just listen. She’s amazing and I adore this long, deep conversation. Let us know what you think.