In this episode I get to interview Julie Ann Meyer. She calls herself a late bloomer when it comes to drinking. She started in her early 20s and quickly spiraled into a full blown addiction. Like many of us, when life threw us curveballs, our drinking got worse. Julie not only shares what drinking was like for her, but her sobriety is so inspiring. What she is doing with herself these days, helping others achieve true wellness. As she says, wellness isn't just broccoli and burpees! We talk about what wellness means and how anyone in the sobriety journey, or in life in general can work towards total wellness of the mind, body, and spirit.
Julie Ann Meyer is the Visionary and TV Network President behind Achieve TV, a Tell-A-Vision Network for entrepreneurs. She’s also the Creator-Producer-Host of the successful TV show Own Your Wellness. As an industry leader in health & wellness for over a decade she supports people with life transformations, mindset shifts, nutrition changes, exercise, and stress reduction. She is also a contributing author of the book Achieve Wellness, featured on the TV show World's Greatest Motivators, and recently selected to be featured contributor in the Female Thought Leaders Special Edition of the LA Tribune. Put simply, Julie Ann is dedicated to helping people seize their greatness. Whatever that means to them!
Molly Desch is a certified women's sober coach, advocate for sober-awareness, podcast host, and single mother of 2.
As the Founder of As You Are, a Sober Women's Coaching company, she has worked with women from all walks of life to free themselves from alcohol with renewed energy, confidence, and pride using her Sustainable Path to Sobriety program. She has been featured in publications such as CBS, NBC, Authority Magazine, WomELLE, and Real Simple.
She also hosts “This is Sober”, the podcast that focuses on exploring what life in sobriety is really like. Each week she dives into topics that impact those who are struggling with an unhealthy relationship with alcohol providing useful tips and strategies to string more days together and eventually overcome the drinking hamster wheel.