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The Podcast

Deliciously Ella; The Podcast delves into the world of physical and mental health, well-being, the realities of building a business and a brand and staying positive in a busy world.

Hosted by Ella Mills – founder of phenomenally successful Deliciously Ella – the podcast welcomes guests from business, health and nutrition backgrounds to share their stories and advice.

  1. The Flaws of Perfectionism

    We so often see perfectionism as a positive flaw but could it be having a detrimental impact on our mental health? We speak to LSE professor Dr Thomas Curran about the rise in perfectionism, the conflict of who we really are versus an idealistic view of ourselves, our increasing focus on meeting unrealistic expectations, the correlation to…

  2. Simple Tools for Health: Breath

    Over the course of the day we take about 25,000 breaths. It’s a process that is so automatic for so many of us but could it be a missing pillar of health? Today we explore the topic of breathing looking at the history and latest scientific research with journalist James Nestor, author of Breath. We look at…

  3. Love and Relationships: 15 Facts

    From the impact of coronavirus and quarantine on our relationships to online dating, marriage, divorce, the ups and downs of being single, love at first sights and whether soulmates exist, we’re looking at fifteen facts on love and relationships with Laura Mucha.   Laura’s Book: We Need to Talk About Love Laura’s first podcast episode…

  4. Human Kindness

    Why should we believe in human goodness? Today we’re exploring the power of human kindness and why the theory that most people are governed by self-interest is possibly totally inaccurate. Our guest Rutger Bregman instead argues that history shows we are fundamentally altruistic and kind, it’s a refreshing, optimistic view of the world that we…

  5. Easy Ways to Stay Healthy at Home

    From finding motivation to boosting your energy levels, emotional eating, boredom snacking, morning routines and managing any pressure to be using this time productivity, we’re talking staying healthy at home with nutritional therapist Eve Kalinik

  6. A Calming Meditation

    A calming, grounding guided meditation to make you feel a little more calm and peaceful during this strange time. The meditation itself runs from 5.30 – 21.20 and is led by Phoebe Greenacre   https://phoebegreenacre.com

  7. Checking In and What We’re Loving

    A shorter episode focused on what we’ve been enjoying reading, watching and listening to during these strange times and how we’re trying to keep happy and productive. Poem: The Rainbow Children, Gemma Peacock   Books: Playing to win, A. G. Larfley and Roger L. Martin Different: Escaping the Competitive Herd, Youngme Moon When Breath Becomes…

  8. Coping with The Current Uncertainty

    How can we manage the huge shifts and monumental changes we’re dealing with across the world right now? How do we find joy and keep our sense of self when the way we define ourselves and our everyday has shifted so drastically and so quickly? Can we reframe the uncertainty and anxiety that so many of us our…

  9. Is Happy Ever After a Myth?

    Does our quest for a seemingly perfect life, a constant need to keep up with the Joneses and a series of unachievable expectations fuel our growing levels of unhappiness and anxiety? We’re looking at the social norms that surround marriage, children, careers, education, income and so much more with Paul Dolan, a professor of behavioural…

  10. Reframing Our Thinking: How to Believe Good Things Can Happen

    How do we reframe our thinking to believe good things can happen, how do we spread good in such a difficult time and how can we manage our mindset to stop us drifting into negativity bias, especially in such an uncertain period? Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart talks us through the power of the mind, the…

  11. Embracing Life’s Challenges

    Today’s guest, therapist Sasha Bates, talks embracing vulnerability, expanding our emotional bandwidth, why we shouldn’t cut ourselves off from difficult emotions and the importance of stopping the ‘I’m fine’ mentality. From loosening the protective emotional armour we can create in childhood to understanding avoidance and denial, creating space for feelings, finding gems in the rubble…

  12. Eco-Anxiety and The Healing Power of Nature

    Does our cultural move away from the natural world impact our mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing? Does it really change things in our brains, guts and our ability to heal? What does the science say? Our guest is the science journalist Lucy Jones – looking at the most recent studies on our relationship with nature…