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The Balance Theory

Erika De Pellegrin
Self-ImprovementEducationHealth & FitnessFitness

Like me, I'm sure you have felt the guilt and pressure that comes when trying to attain a 'work-life' balance. The reason being, such a rigid 'formula' cannot account for all of your values, priorities and responsibilities, which makes this standard sometimes IMPOSSIBLE to reach! The Balance Theory is premised on the idea that what you need to strike a good balance in your life, is totally dependent on YOU at any given point in time. We are on a mission to arm you with tools and tips within the areas of health, relationships and fulfilment, so that you can assess what BALANCE means to you, even through times of change - after all, there's no blue print or one size fits all solution. Connect with us on IG @thebalancetheory or subscribe at this show See for privacy and opt-out information.


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 107 ratings

    As cliche as this might sound, this podcast has really brought balance into my life! A refreshing perspective that doesn’t make you feel like you need to have it all figured out in order to have balance. Super handy tips and tricks that are actually achievable to take away with you through all parts of life. more

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    Adel Hana
    Australia2 months ago
  • Modern content.

    Really good perspective and comprehensive. Some very good reminders and guidance. Thankyou.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia3 months ago
  • 👌🏽💚

    Raw, honest and insightful. The few episode I’ve had the pleasure of listening to have been extremely well articulated, easy to digest and helped me form my own habits in my day to day life. more

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    Australia3 months ago
  • Best podcast!!

    Absolutely love this podcast! Erika’s knowledge amazes me and I love that she is always getting a guest on who either leaves an impact on mindset or teaches you something you didn’t know or didn’t think about in that way. My favourite podcast to date 🙌🙌

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    Australia3 months ago
  • A M A Z I N G

    Personally knowing Erika is an honour. more

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    Australia3 months ago

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