I’ve been offloading my excess emotional baggage and reclaiming my true self for over fifteen years and sharing that journey through my books, courses and this blog. The Baggage Reclaim Sessions is a weekly podcast where I get up close and personal with plenty of inspiration and practices for living and loving with healthy self-esteem.

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Podcast Ep. 243: Revisited-What’s the baggage behind it?

In this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I revisit the question that’s central to reclaiming ourselves: what’s the baggage behind it? I share how I learned to stop taking responsibility for other people’s baggage and how that led me to learn how to own...

Podcast Ep. 242: But Will You Actually Get Into Trouble?

In this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I explain how learning to be unconditionally obedient skewed our perception of negative consequences and why it's time to update our thinking so that we can stop scaring ourselves out of creating healthy...

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“Life-changing advice”

I like to imagine I’m sitting down with my best friend, talking about relationships over a cup of tea. Every single episode has given me something important to consider about romantic relationships, work ethics, family issues, and friendship. Keep them coming, Natalie!

Incredible podcast – she asks such thought provoking questions, gives many examples and makes thoughtful observations. I have been so impressed I recommended this podcast to 9 friends. It’s relevant for everyone in so many stages of life!!

A friend recommended Natalie Lue during the worst break up ever and still I return for extra comfort on how to navigate relationships. Voice like honey and the best advice on self awareness out there

“Knows her stuff!”

This podcast got me through some really tough times in navigating the dating world. Highly recommend her episodes on the Stages of Relationships to give clarity-when dating in these times is anything but.


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