This is a heartfelt podcast episode with the incredible Layla Palmer. We’re diving into the magic of Layla’s latest book, “Coming Home,” where she seamlessly blends home interiors, mouth-watering recipes, and personal stories. From tackling imposter syndrome to exploring captivating restorative stories and embracing the transformative power of self-love, our chat is a delightful mix of inspiration and real-talk moments.
So, push play and let’s share some laughter, wisdom, and those cozy hygge vibes on this beautiful journey home. 🌟
Layla opens up about the inspiration behind “Coming Home,” rooted in her own journey from generalized anxiety to disordered panic. After five years of hesitation, she realized the power of sharing tools, experiences, and techniques that could have been a game-changer at the start of her panic disorder journey.
Facing Imposter Syndrome
We touch on imposter syndrome, and Layla’s take is pure gold—no need to be an expert with all the answers. Sometimes, just sharing something valuable that helps even one person is enough.
Dive into Layla’s favorite part of the book—restorative stories. We explore a vanished Victorian garden and the profound lesson it teaches about growth amidst life’s storms.
Layla candidly shares a poignant moment when she expressed self-hate out loud. Discover how she navigated this tough spot, learning to talk to herself with kindness, and why practicing grace became a game-changer.
We get real about recognizing the inner critic and empowering women to treat themselves with the kindness they reserve for loved ones. Layla and I swap stories about overcoming self-criticism, emphasizing that practice makes progress.
In wrapping up our heart-to-heart, we celebrate the transformative power of self-love, the beauty found in the journey home, and the collective strength in sharing our stories.
Thank you so much for listening to this episode! I’m honored and excited to be on this journey toward personal growth and greater confidence with you. If you enjoyed the podcast, I’d love to ask you to take 2 minutes to leave me a 5-star review on your podcast app, that way we can help even more women to join us as we #dropkickyourinnermeangirl together.