Lauren Mishcon and Nicole Goodman are the Self Care Club. The advice for self-care today is endless and can be yet another overwhelming job for women. Part reality, part experiment, this podcast tests out self-care, so you don’t have to. Your self care needs are covered seven days a week with the main show on a Monday, the epilogue show on a Friday and the five minute daily Self Care Club Clinic every other day. They are trying it all!
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Lauren and Nicole discuss more about keratins and ask you, the listeners your thoughts on the hair treatment. Also in the wellness newsflash, the ladies read an article about secrets and why they are bad for your health.If you like what we do here an... more
This week Nicole treats Lauren's hair to a Brazilian keratin hair treatment. A semi permanent hair straightening treatment that takes away frizz and leaves your locks luscious and glossy. Sadly Nicole had to do hers herself, so not technically "self ... more
Lauren and Nicole are back discussing CBD drinks. Nicole also brings a newsflash which Lauren has less than zero interest in. Tune in to find out moreIf you like what we do here and want to be part of the club, why not follow us on more
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I have recently found this podcast and I love it! I have now started catching up on the earlier episodes. It’s become a staple for my commute to work. I love the show, love the different topics each week and how you are both very different and how that works. I love the multiple episodes in a week, not long to wait! You girls are fab! 🙏🏻❤️
Found this podcast a few months back have now caught up after a bit of a binge through. Absolutely love it all with the exception of the ASMR just not my cup of tea. Listening to the podcast is part of my self care routine and I Joined instagram and Twitter to get more of a fix and join in with the votes. BTW thank you for introducing me to my Shakti mat I LOVE IT sooo much Take care girls and keep up the great work
Love this podcast so much!! I first listened to the decluttering podcast while I was decluttering my apartment and I was instantly obsessed with these ladies! Also as a dietitian I want to hear more registered dietitians on the podcast talking about nutrition and health!!! ☺️☺️ can’t wait for more episodes!!
I’ve been listening to the podcast for a while now and absolutely love it! I like to listen when going for my ‘mental health’ walks and it’s like going out for a walk with friends. The feel good factor that I need on my walks. You both are so hilarious and there’s often times I’m laughing out loud to myself 😆 I often wonder what people passing by must think! more
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Self Care Club launched 2 years ago and published 227 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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