28: A year of growth: life update

On today’s episode I’m giving a little life update. This last year has been WILD. Quitting my corporate job, moving from Louisville, KY to Southwest Virginia to spend time with family, starting my own business, travel, relationships, and moving to Boulder, Colorado (just today!). I know many of you listeners can relate to what my year has been like, and this reflection is in hopes of you knowing that you’re not alone in your quest for a fulfilled, joyful, loving, and abundant life.

Lots of love, Melissa

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27: When you're overwhelmed with Melissa

On today’s episode I talk about feeling overwhelmed with travel, moving, family, and work the past week or so and coming up into this week, and then I dive into the goods: how to healthily approach those feelings of overwhelm.

For me, that means giving myself more time to sleep so I can function well, not cutting back on things that I now are good for me and ground me like meditation or movement, asking for help, taking the next right step instead of worrying about everything to do, practicing gratitude for what feels overwhelming (like I’m moving to my dream town and feel a little overwhelmed by my dream job.. come on), remembering to turn outside of ourselves and see how our situation can help others, and practicing surrender - letting go of what we can’t control.

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26: Do what you love with Melissa

This podcast episode is a little different today! This is a talk I had with my new facebook community, WORTHY & READY!

WORTHY & READY is a community for those ready to love themselves, others, and the planet by stepping into and harnessing their innate worthiness, power, and gifts through finding stillness to connect to themselves, reprograming their thinking, connecting with community to get inspired, and asking the hard questions. In this group, I’ll host live trainings and conversations, share resources, and answer questions.

This talk is about why doing what you love is not long good for you, but good for the world. I tell a bit of my story, and give you the mindset shifts and practices to actually get to a place where you can do more of what you love.

Follow this link to request to join the community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/338322750170564/


25: Telling my story saved me with Eleonora Zampatti

In this episode of Air & Earth Podcast I talk with New Jersey based and Milan born yoga teacher, writer, and domestic violence survivor, Eleonora Zampatti. Eleonora fearlessly shares her story and inspires an audience of over 100,000 people to love and accept themselves fiercely. Using her passion for yoga and music she created the Ode to the Moon Project: a unique yoga practice that combines art, yoga and music to heal the soul and bring awareness to the topic of domestic violence.


24: Worthiness Guided Meditation (bonus episode!)

This guided meditation is about all aspects of developing worthiness and leads you through thinking about and feeling into what you need to let go of, knowing that you are enough as you are, gratitude, exploring why you want the things you do, expanding and building confidence though inspriation, what your dreams and desires are, how your beliefs and thoughts affect you, and the importance of taking inspired action. This meditation is inspired by WORHTY, a two month course on embracing and loving yourself as you are, stepping into knowing your innate worth and the power you hold to welcome more love, abundance, adventure, fun, connection, healing, and compassion into your life, as well as harnessing your ability to use your gifts for the benefit of others and the planet using self-reflection and love practices like meditation, visualization, journaling, thought and belief repatterning, community, and more. APPLY FOR WORTHY: https://www.melissamoffet.com/worthy

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23: Self-love: why and how

In this episode of Air & Earth Podcast I’m sharing about my perspective on self-love, how to practice it, the difference between it and vanity, and why it’s good for not only you, but the rest of the world.

Please share on your story and tell your friends if you love this episode! Leave a review on iTunes and email a screenshot to melmof@outlook.com, and I’ll send you back one of my guided mediations. :)


22: Awareness, action, stillness with Steven Matthew Adams

In this week’s episode of Air & Earth Podcast I talk with NYC based author, speaker, and self-actualization coach, Steven Matthew Adams.

Steven shares about creating sustainable happiness through self-awareness and aligned action in a relatable and meaningful way.

This is one of my favorite episodes and conversations on the podcast so far! Be sure to share this episode if it speaks to you, give Steven some love on social media, and check out his work if inspired.

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21: Melissa answers your questions

In this episode of Air & Earth Podcast I am answering your questions! I asked you what you needed help with currently and you all delivered with the deep topics. In this episode, I cover how to let go of a significant other for the sake of yourself, how to begin working to change your negative inner dialogue, long distance relationships, how to move past paralyzing perfectionism, fear of commitment, how to tell the difference between anxiety and reality, acceptance when it comes to our appearances, feeling stuck, and more.

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20: How do you actually let go? with Melissa

Letting go is hard stuff ya’ll, but it’s so worth it. In this episode, Melissa shares WHY you should be taking time to consciously let go of the fears, worries, anger, and limiting beliefs that are holding back. She also gives practical advice of HOW, including a practice that can help you in your letting go.


19: What gives you the right? with Melissa

Are you going out on a limb, trying something new, or stretching your comfort zone in order to reach the next level in your career, your relationships, your adventures, or just the way you feel about yourself?

Do you want success, an amazing relationship, soulmate friendships, travel, self-confidence, recognition for your work, leadership, or whatever your vision of a happy and fulfilled life is?

I do. I want all of these things.

But everyday, a little voice inside of my head says, “What gives you the right?’

This past week, someone else asked me this.

In this week’s episode, I’m sharing about this experience, and furthering the conversation around facing that little voice inside of us with courage.

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18: Girls poop too: embracing your divine feminine spirit with Liz Fair

This week’s episode is with my dear friend Liz Fair. We talk about her new guide, Your Feminine Spirit, a 21 Day Guided Exploration, as well as what embracing your femininity even means, and getting through fear in the creative process.

This is a fun, free flowing conversation. One of my favorites so far!

Hope this episode helps you! Please rate, review, share, and subscribe if you enjoyed this episode.

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17: 9 things I’ve learned from 9 months of self-employment with Melissa

This week I’m coming at you with another solo episode. This talk was inspired by a question I got when doing a Q&A a few days ago on instagram. I go over the nine things I’ve learned from nine months of self-employment and then answer a few listener questions!

Here are the things I’ve learned:

  1. Security is a lie and a reason to stay small

  2. Without mission, you will fail

  3. Self-care is important

  4. Education is important

  5. Investing in yourself is important

  6. The fear doesn’t go away

  7. You do get stronger

  8. You don’t have to have a plan

  9. You can love what you do. And be successful. Really.

Hope this episode helps you! Please rate, review, share, and subscribe if you enjoyed this episode.


16: Choose Your Hard with Melissa

That risk you’re thinking about taking:

What’s the worst that could happen?

What’s the best that could happen?

Sure, taking risks and getting outside your comfort zone is hard.

But so is staying small. So is regret.

Choose your hard.

This week’s episode is inspired by these words that Melissa shared on instagram a few weeks ago. Hope you enjoy your dose of Monday motivation!


15: Social, animal, and environmental justice through food choices with lauren Ornelas of Food Empowerment Project

lauren Ornelas is founder and executive director of Food Empowerment Project, an organization that aims to create a more just and sustainable world by questioning our food choices.  lauren has been active in the animal rights movement for more than 30 years and shares her knowledge about how to start educating yourself about the impact of your food choices as well as how to face the overwhelming truth of how our food affects humans and animals alike. She also shares about the issues: environmental racism, child labor, slavery, and poor conditions for produce and factory farm workers. Check out all of FEP’s resources, get involved, and donate if inspired. Please share, subscribe, rate, and review if you found this episode helpful!

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14: The Power of Optimism with Mara Cimatoribus

Mara Cimatoribus is an London based yoga teacher who teaches retreats and classes around the world. Originally from Italy, she moved to London for the fun of it and has built a beautiful life there over the years. In this episode, Mara shares her perspective and experiences of how powerful optimism can be in our lives. She gives some practical advice on practices you can do to shift this mindset if you are feeling stuck in a place where optimism is hard.

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13: Compassion through the hard stuff with Joe Liz Ray

In this episode, Melissa talks with Joe Liz Ray about living compassionately for ourselves and others when it comes to mental health, self-love, healing, dealing with judgements and unkind words, motherhood, toxic relationships, and more.


Ep. 12 Life is precious: Grief driving us to live to the fullest with Mikaela Millington

Mikaela Millington is a Vancouver based yoga teacher who is courageous, bold, strong, and happens to be one of my very best friends. This woman has been through some incredible things and come out on the other side, all the while sharing her process and her story with her students and online audience. She is seriously one of the brightest people around. She teaches annual retreat in costa rica and we are also hosting a retreat together in ICELAND in October!! In this episode, Mikaela openly shares her story of processing grief and ptsd with compassion for herself and respect for the process and how her experience of great loss has inspired her to embrace the gift of living fully.


Ep. 11: Get motivated with Melissa

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This week Melissa talks about being motivated. Here’s some of her suggestions get that flow of energy going:

  • Look at what you’re consuming

  • Have some songs that pump you up

  • Talk yourself into it

  • Get organized

  • Baby steps

  • Spend time with inspiring people

  • Understand your why

  • Take a class

  • Do stuff you love

  • Visualize the results

  • Know you won’t be motivated all the time

Ep. 10: Creating an aligned business that serves the world with Lauren Dailey

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Lauren Dailey is a Los Angeles, California based entrepreneur lady boss and business coach who inspires her students to live life on their terms, create aligned businesses that they are passionate about using a mix of implementation of real-life actionable systems and mindset adjustments. I ran into Lauren on instagram and resonated with her approach to business. I wanted to have her on the show because I know so many of you listeners are boss ladies and gents yourselves!

Ep. 9: The path of recovery into vibrant wellness Remy Morimoto Park

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Remy Morimoto Park is the NYC based blogger behind Veggiekins. When she's not developing incredible plant based recipes, she's sharing about her evolving story of wellness, including her struggle with an eating disorder and mental illness at a very young age. She is now a full blown health goddess as a sober, vegan, yoga teacher. Basically this woman has gone through it all to come out on the other side doing it all. I’ve been following her for awhile on instagram (you all know I love that plant based food porn). As someone who has seen the people who I love go from substance abuse to sobriety, I really loved how open she is with her story. That openness made this conversations one of my favorites so far.