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How to embrace a totally different kind of life with Eliza Reid

Season 1, Ep. 5

Eliza Reid is the First Lady of Iceland. However, I know her from twenty years ago, when we were friends living in the same university dorm.

Clearly, Eliza’s life has taken twists and turns, so I wanted to talk to her about how to jump into a whole new kind of life–which is what she’s done by learning a language and culture and starting over in a different country. 

We also talk about Eliza’s new book called Secrets of the Sprakkar: Iceland’s Extraordinary Women and How They Are Changing the World, and what we may be able to learn from Iceland. 

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Eliza’s book: Secrets of the Sprakkar: Iceland’s Extraordinary Women and How They Are Changing the World

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How to break the bystander effect with Julie Lalonde

Season 1, Ep. 6
Last fall, a woman was sexually assaulted on public transit in Philadelphia. And there was a ton of social media disbelief – how could other passengers just sit there and not do anything? That’s why I reached out to Julie Lalonde for my podcast. Julie is a women’s rights advocate and public educator, and she’s been teaching bystander intervention for over 10 years.In this episode, Julie gives us life-changing tools for how to react when we witness harmful behaviour, whether it’s violence, hate crimes, catcalling, or online abuse. Ultimately, her tools are about creating safe communities and once I learned them, it changed the way I saw everything. This episode references sexual assault and gender-based violence. Please listen with care. Resources: Assaulted Women’s Helpline in Ontario: (Julie’s public service announcement on stalking for survivors and their allies) (One stop website for all the women's shelters in Canada)PSA for the Stand Up trainingCanadian Women’s FoundationSistering, multi-service agency for at-risk, socially isolated women and trans people in Toronto Anduhyaun, shelter and transitional housing serving Toronto’s Indigenous women and childrenResilience Is Futile: The Life and Death and Life of Julie S. Lalonde Relevant links:Subscribe to my newsletter: Instagram: Patreon: Julie’s Twitter: