Tune in to our live podcast recorded on International Women’s Day at Clarion Sign Hotel in Stockholm! We discuss the meaning behind the international women’s day, the latest research on where we are today, and if there is such a thing as ‘good enough feminism’!iTunes
We talk about stress. Everyone is talking about stress. Does that make us even more stressed? Potentially. Tune in to a conversation on stress, what it is, when is it good, and how do we deal with negative stress. Is stress an equality issue? (Research seem to suggest it is). And, what can we do to prevent stress in the first place? Download our pepsheet to identify your own life stressors, and how to reduce them!iTunes
In this episode we translate the secrets of a long and happy life to your career. We speak about the research of the so called blue zones, the areas on earth where people get exceptionally old. Most of us might have thought of these practices as something to fit in outside of our working hours, but in this episode we provide inspiration on how to bring this into your current work. Enjoy!iTunes
In this episode we explore our best ‘yes’s’, whether we should say ‘no’ more and if so, how? How do you say no to a boss without looking bad, and might it be so that saying no to family is actually the hardest? We reflect on our own yes and no balance, and provide some strategies for you to find our you your balance.
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Oh boy. What a week! A week when you don’t know whether to laugh or cry (well – if in private you cry – but if in company of sister you might just as well find yourself laughing until you cry about it). As you might have figured already, all is not perfect, and with a three year-old tyrant at home and with a book that won’t write itself – we share this week’s lows (what takes the price is probably Josefine and Steve miauing as cats in the middle of the night – listen to find out why) and Victoria podcasting in secret trying to avoid getting caught by her family so that they will continue to give her sympathy. And then we add a bit of theory (of course) this time straight from Harry Potter. So if you had a hard week and need a pep talk this episode is for you. And if you had an awesome week sure go ahead and listen and feel even better of how you have it all so well put together!iTunes
This episode goes out to all parents or parents to be that are looking to combine parenthood with a successful career. We believe motherhood can be your own superpower and in this episode we talk about how to tap into those powers to excel in your career by being more efficient, more empathetic and taking less bullshit! We also encourage all female bosses out there to highlight how your team is better due to the powermamas (research shows it is!). And – with motherhood comes new insights – that might be the push you need to change your current job and realize your dream career… A real pep talk for all mamas out there, and as always we share experiences from being working mamas in Colombia, Dubai, Myanmar, Sweden and more..iTunes
Having pursued international careers, and combined lived and worked in over 20 countries, we are regularly asked for our advice on how to embark (and succeed!) in an international career. In this episode we share some of our best tips of how to get that dream career abroad, whether you are in the start of your career, want to work in international relations, or later in your career and want to make that move abroad with your family. We uncover the best places to find friends as an Expat (guess where Sweden ends up on the list?!) and of course share our most recent experiences from living in Bogotá (covering highs and lows – car bombs and piñatas) and Stockholm, including surprise weekend trips to Nice! Listen and share with anyone experiencing that travel fever!iTunes
In this second part (first part is episode 18) on finding your people and growing your network – we start from the core – ourselves. A pep talk on being best friends with yourself first. We share stories from our own family – designated roles as big and little sister – and what we have done to try to break out of roles that no longer suited us. Download the pep sheet to personalize the episode to your life – and identify the people you would like to have around you. Enjoy!iTunes Download Pep Sheet
This episode is the first in a series of two episodes on “finding your people and growing your network”. We go through a model developed for the Roos&Shine listeners, starting with the core of yourself all the way to your extended network, reaching as far as your “dream network”. In this episode we focus on the outer layer, what we might think of as the more traditional network. Josefine has just moved to Colombia and gets to be the guinea pig of our finding your people model, and we share ideas and tips that might be useful for those of you that might be in a new context but who might not enjoy traditional networking events (which is most of us?)… Print the pep sheet (that relates to this and next week’s episode) to dig deep into “finding your people and growing your network”.
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A favourite theme of ours: how to feel your best through nourishment, exercise and mindfulness. In this episode we cover all our wellness goals for 2019, how we are planning to eat and why, we share our ten best tips for how to really make sure to get the exercise done (and our best training apps), and we dig into the importance of mindfulness and how to include it into your everyday life. Print the pep sheet to outline your own wellness goals!