Positive People Podcast by Amy Holland and Fiona Thomas

Positive People Podcast is a space to explore the notion that overcoming the difficult days can actually have a positive impact on your wellbeing. Hold onto the positive vibes and take time to acknowledge the bad days too. It might just feel good.

We speak to some amazing people that encompass the meaning of a positive person. Most of them have set up a business, built a career or simply have a thought provoking journey to share.

Ep 13- Ruth Ridgeway and Abbie Walsh: Hailstones and happiness- This week Amy is talking to Ruth Ridgeway and Abbie Walsh about self love and why it's so hard to maintain. From being bullied to setting email boundaries, this is jam packed with inspo to help you feel at your best. 

can actually have a positive impact on your wellbeing. Hold your positive vibes and take time to acknowledge the bad days too. It might just feel good!

Ep 12- Default mode chipper- Fiona talks to the master of career changes Emily aka Never Wears Black. She’s been a recruitment consultant, fashion stylist and now a self-proclaimed Digital Person. We talk about everything from imposter syndrome to success and everything in between.

Ep 11- Take me the beach- Fiona and Amy are talking about what we each do to wind down. From visiting the beach to making a nice brunch, we’ve got a load of ideas that can physically help you chill the fuck out.

Music: www.bensound.com

Ep10 Rebecca Storch- Don’t beat yourself up with a carrot. This week Amy is talking to coach Rebecca Storch about how to find peace with food. Expect random chats about pudding ghosts as well as practical tips on maintaining better habits and eating to be happy.

Ep 9- Francesca Perks- Midsize Privilege. Fiona talks to blogger and Instagrammer Francesca Perks about being a midsize influencer, accepting her body shape and overcoming a harmful relationship. Includes a few swear words but also mention of grassy flip flops so it all evens out.

Ep 8- Jealousy and Envy- Why is everyone on the Maldives? This week Amy and Fiona talk about jealousy and envy (did you know there’s a difference?) and how it makes us feel. Come along and hear us fluff up our lines and be interrupted by Amy’s postman.

Ep 7- Sarah Rees, Why do boys always get more Smarties?- Amy talks to Sarah Rees from the Women’s Equality Network and A Mother’s Place. She talks about her journey as a mother, discrimination in the workplace, the gender pay gap and how employers can help women stay in work, earn enough money and raise feminist boys and girls.

Ep 6- Kirsty Hulse, Always put your shoes on- Fiona talks to author and business-owner Kirsty Hulse about the future of freelance and why working from home is the best and the worst thing ever.

Ep 5- Anyone can be an astronaut- manifesting- This week Fiona and Amy delve into the science behind manifesting your goals. We talk a bit about astronauts too.

Ep 4- The anti-coach with Sinead Latham- Fiona talks to fellow Brum Blogger Sinead Latham about being a mum, trying to encourage gender neutrality, letting kids run amuck and the future of business coaching. Come and join us, sorry we ate all the biscuits.

Ep 3- Relentlessly Positive with Hannah Fitt. In this episode Amy speaks to Hannah Fit, the managing director of the Safe Foundation. They talk about acceptance, owning your negative emotions, altruism and so much more!

Ep 2- Amy and Fiona: Is social media making you sick? We are a couple of self-confessed phone addicts. When we are together we compare stats and congratulate each other on engagement, but we think social media is great for your mental health. Kind of.

Ep 1- Amy and Fiona: Is anyone listening? An introduction from the two hosts. Expect nervous laughter and two idiots trying to be professional.