Month: August 2019

EP38: Nadia Fairfax

In this special Self Care Sundays mini-series produced by Studio Offline and in partnership with Estée Lauder, host Alison Rice sits down with three of the brand’s Australian ambassadors to have an honest conversation about life on the other side of the filter, self care, sleep and skincare. 

First up is the delightful Nadia Fairfax. An ex-elite gymnast turned fashion creative and the editor of Fairfax Journal, Nadia is fun personified. 

A connector who loves nothing more than seeing her friends and family having a good time, Nadia is a natural entertainer and as you’ll soon learn, always takes a glass half full approach to life. 

With a following in hundreds of thousands and a lifestyle that sees her on a plane most months for both work and play, Alison was interested to learn about Nadia’s approach to self care. How does a modern woman with such a packed social and travel schedule prioritise things like getting a good night’s sleep, maintaining a consistent skincare routine and caring for her emotional wellbeing? 

As an ambassador for Estée Lauder, part of Nadia’s role is to educate on cult products like Advanced Night Repair. In this episode, she reveals the ANR trick she learnt from fellow ambassador and beauty expert Eleanor Pendleton, and how it allows her to use the power of the night to maximise her skincare routine. 

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EP37: Jaclyn Michelle

For episode 37 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with Jaclyn Michelle, a Human Design chart analyst, teacher and the founder of Interior Creature

Put simply, Human Design is the intersection of science and spirituality. It gives us the language to describe the signals our body and our intuition has been telling us all along — before all the programming and social conditioning. It’s also been described as a user manual for life. Both a mechanical science and a practical tool that shows us how we are constituted, and therefore how to make healthy decisions and live as the unique beings we are. 

Jaclyn deeply believes it is vital that every woman has the resources, the time and the energy to hold space in her life for her own emotional and spiritual expansion. She’s made it her mission to make tools like Human Design practical, actionable and accessible for everyone.

If you’re interested in getting your own design decoded, Jaclyn is kindly offering Offline listeners 5% off her services. Visit her services page on www.interiorcreature.com, and use the code OFFLINE (all caps) at check out. 

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EP36: Cartia Mallan

For episode 36 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down one of Australia’s most-watched young women, Cartia Mallan. At just 21 years old, Cartia has a combined following of over one million people across Instagram and YouTube — mostly other young women who turn to her for self-care and mental health advice, mentorship and support. 

Alison and Cartia connected quickly on their devotion to exploring and honouring what spirituality means to them, and how they use their beliefs as both a compass and a comfort. 

Cartia is wise beyond her years and a gift to us all. She didn’t hold back in this honest conversation and for that Alison is thankful. Young women growing up in a world lived almost entirely online need her honesty and the accessible way in which she translates her innate wisdom. 

In this honest conversation, Cartia shares what it means to be telepathic, manifestation as a way of life, why she wouldn’t change getting bullied in high school or suffering crippling anxiety, her thoughts on privacy, privilege, why she had to leave Sydney and what she’s willing to sacrifice in order to live her life in service to others.

Alison hopes you can feel her light and her energy — it was entirely intoxicating. 

Book a coaching session 

Host Alison Rice is an award-winning leader and digital publisher. She offers 1:1 coaching sessions over Skype, as well as team development sessions and strategy. Find out more or book directly

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If Offline helps you, please consider donating to help fund these honest conversations. Visit Offline’s community donation page.

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