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Finally, a clean & modern Divi Child Theme using great typography and imagery. Class all the way.

Features

Clean Typography

Josefin features the Josefin & Merriweather Google Fonts. The styling has been meticulously set to fit the aesthetics of the theme, providing a relaxing reading experience.

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Styled Counters

We’ve taken extra care in styling the number counter feature Divi offers. We’ve included dark & light background options. Showcase your stats in style with the Josefin Child Theme.

Twitter Widget

We’ve utilized and styled the Rotating Tweets Plugin by Martin Tod. Display your tweets elegantly using this plugin and the Josefin Child Theme. We’ve included an instructional video on how to set this up.

Stunning Imagery

A photo is worth a thousand words. Parallax backgrounds combined with great use of whitespace allow the focus to be on your beautiful images. We’ve also styled a masonry layout as an option for your images.

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Styled Form

We’ve also taken extra care in styling the contact form in Divi. We’ve included dark & light background options. Make your contact form stand out with the Josefin Child Theme.

Instagram Widget

We’ve utilized and styled the WP Instagram Widget by Scott Evans. Display your Instagram photos elegantly using this plugin and the Josefin Child Theme. We’ve included an instructional video on how to set this up.

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Extra Animations

Divi comes with some nice animation options. We’ve added additional animation classes you can apply to your sections and modules. We’ve included an instructional video on how to use these animations.

Features Grid

Easily build a features grid with Josefin. We’ve created an instructional video with links to the CSS and a Divi Layout files. Import the layout into your site with a single click.

Superior Support

Your purchase comes with our superior support. Email us and we’ll respond to you as soon as possible. We also have video tutorials showing how to implement different features of the theme.

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Breaking The ‘Good Girl’ Rules, with Coach Liz Applegate

Breaking the good girl rules with Liz Applegate
My subject of fascination is feminine conditioning (which you can listen to previous podcast episodes where I’ve talked in more depth about it here and here)  – which is another way of describing what my guest on this week’s podcast calls ‘The Good Girl’ rules. Coach Liz Applegate spent a lot of her life following these good girl rules – until she realized they were not only keeping her living a life she no longer wanted but were limiting so many other women from truly being happy.

The thing with the good girl rules is that they’re not neatly written down somewhere – there’s no book you can take out of the library to discover how to win by following them. In fact, the game is totally rigged – there is no way of winning. AND we each have our own unique variation of these rules depending on our upbringing, family of origin, culture  – and we each have our own slightly bespoke version of these rules.

“The good girl rules that we were taught when we were growing up things like children should be seen and not heard, that started in the 1500’s and was directly related to girls by the way.” Liz Applegate

What we talk about

Our conversation is deep and luscious and filled with laughter and at least two incidents of tears – the good sort (yes, even this slightly uptight British person cried – but that’s just the effect Liz Applegate has on folks!) We talk:

  • Parenting
  • Menopause
  • Patriarchy
  • The challenge of living in an older body in a culture that values youth and ‘prettiness’
  • Starting a business in later life
  • Following your passion
  • How you can rekindle your zest and drive – even (maybe especially) in later life
  • Breaking Taboo’s of being a woman of a certain age
  • and a fair bit more.

“There are cultures where women who have been through menopause are revered for their wisdom and their knowledge and their centeredness and their ‘don’t fuck with me’ attitude. They are the elders of the tribe that are looked upon.. But we are not that way, WE become invisible.” Liz Applegate

More About Liz Applegate

Liz Applegate is a confidence coach and podcaster who helps women rewrite the next chapter in their lives. Liz’s first-hand experience of transitioning through her 40’s included peri-menopause, divorce, remarriage with blending families, children who were flying the nest, an emergency hysterectomy and several career changes. Seeing a lack of resources or positive vibrant voices were the catalyst for Liz wanting to help other women experiencing the same changes.
Liz is on a mission to redefine how women and society see themselves as they age. As the cornerstone of her work, Liz helps her clients identify and break the good girl rules that they learned growing up and the ones that are keeping them playing small in their careers, relationships, and life. She shows them how to work with the voices of self-doubt and turn their “maybe someday” dreams into a reality of today.
Liz is a certified life coach through the Courageous Living Coach Certification (CLCC). She serves as part of the leadership team with CLCC for the past three years, helping to train the coach trainees through a weekend retreat and weekly support for the 9-month training program. You can find Liz at ElizabethApplegate.com, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @LizApplegate and her podcast, Midlife Schmidlife, on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play and I Heart Radio.
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Liz Applegate
Liz Applegate
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Out of Alignment or Deep in Fear With Your Business?

out of alignment or deep in fear

Sometimes we move forward in our businesses with ease and other times…not so much. It can show up with a feeling of stuckness and like everything is out of whack. it can feel confusing to know whether this is due to the fact that you are genuinely out of alignment or deep in fear? (because that sucker is a sneaky MF)

Every month I co-host a podcast episode with Business Mindset Coach, Holly Worton. And today’s episode was inspired by a post that someone made in my Holly’s  Facebook group:

Hey Holly, I’ve been thinking about something just lately, and wondered if anyone has some thoughts about this?
When you’re not making the progress you want in your business, how do you know if:

  1. You’re reluctant to move out of your comfort zone and step up (in which case, it may be worth pursuing, gently); or
    2. What you want to do (or think you should do) is out of alignment with your values (in which case it should probably be abandoned)?

Both these situations can feel like fear, reluctance, or lead to procrastination. How do you tell the difference if it feels ‘off’ but you’re not quite sure why?

This is something I’d love to hear you and Jo discuss on the podcast!

Today, using Holly herself as an example, we talk about the difference between misalignment and fear. Some people can “solve” this dilemma using logic, but those of us who are more intuitive can really struggle with being in this type of situation. The differences are very subtle, and it’s worth digging deeper into this topic to get clarity on what’s exactly going on so we can know exactly what to do.

What You’ll Learn

  • How to determine whether you’re experiencing being out of alignment or deep in fear
  • How to tap into the feeling behind what’s going on
  • How Holly worked through the murky months in her business
  • Holly’s journey from doubt to clarity on my business path
  • How Holly identified the difference between fear and misalignment in her own business
  • How to move forward even when you’re not 100% clear
  • The questions you need to ask yourself to get clear on whether or not you’re in alignment
  • How this fits in with the Why behind your business
  • How to get clear on what type of fear you’re experiencing + the questions you need to ask yourself
  • The things you need to pay attention to when you’re taking action

Things We Discussed

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Airial Clark – How To Be A Woman Not Give A F*ck

Arial Clark

Airial Clark was raised by women who believe in women. As a single, Queer parent she’s raised men who believe in women. She believes in you too. Her therapist is still amused that Airial teaches women how to not give a f*ck because “Airial you give so many f*cks about so many people!” While this is true, Airial knows she can give the f*cks she gives because there are so many f*cks she’s refusing.

In today’s episode of The Meaningful Business Podcast, Airial Clark and I dig into what it actually means to be a woman and why we all give so many f*cks about things that aren’t in our best interests AND are therefore not that important (hint: Patriarchy!)

Let’s face it – Being a woman (yes, that includes all women identifying folks) comes with a lot of pressure –Feminine Conditioning tells us that we ‘should’ put other people’s needs above our own, look a certain way, act, think and feel a certain way.

While the expectations of what women give a fuck about are universal, what each woman actually wants to give a fuck about is personal.”

As women we are repeatedly blamed for our own oppression, told we ‘asked for it’, are too loud, too nagging, too fat, thin, old, young, emotional something.

All women are constantly threatened by gender bias, sexual harassment, sexism, violence, and economic inequality. When we express dissatisfaction with the status quo, we’re told that we have a personal issue—as if we’re responsible for harm being inflicted upon us. If we just cared a little more, if we were just a little more confident, if we were just a little more accommodating, none of these bad things would happen, right? Hell No.

Airial Clark started giving talks and running workshops in the San Fransico area she wasn’t sure if there would be a demand for what she was offering. But as the first workshop quickly sold out, she found that she could barely keep up with demand – such was the appetite from women wanting to learn how they can care a lot less about the unimportant stuff that keeps us oppressed, so that they can free up precious time and headspace for the things that DO matter.

Now Airial is raising money for an ambitious tour with workshops, a podcast, a website and more, all dedicated to helping more women discover how to give less f*cks about what’s not helping them, so they have more time, energy and focus for the things that really do need to have a f*ck given about them.

 

Links Mentioned In this Episode with Airial Clark:

Airial’s Website

Airial’s Indiegogo page 

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