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This One Is For You (My Last Video)



Thank you for growing up with me over the last 10+ years. We made magic together and being a part of your story has been a profound honor. Thank you for letting me into your homes, your lives and your hearts. I love you. ❤️️

As I close this chapter, I want to leave you with a few people who I think not only represent the future of our collective wellness, but embody it on a daily basis. I encourage you to intentionally invest in their work and give them the love and support you’ve shown me.

NITIKA CHOPRA – Nitika is the founder of Chronicon and a fierce advocate for the chronic illness community. Through her work, she has created a space for people to feel seen and held when they’ve often spent many years not being believed by others. I’m so lucky to not only count her as a friend but to know the feeling of that BIG friendship love through her. You can find Nitika on Instagram @nitikachopra and sign up for her newsletter here: https://www.chronicon.co/

RACHEL RODGERS – Rachel is an IP lawyer and business coach. Her business, Hello Seven helps women scale their businesses to seven figures. I love that she has a holistic approach to money – she doesn’t just share tips, she gets you working on the emotional side of money which I’ve found often gets ignored. But as I’ve found on my financial journey, how I feel about money and how I interact with money are inextricably tied. If we want to be financially healthy, we have to look at the whole picture and Rachel helps people to do that. I’m currently subscribed to her newsletter and I’m loving it. You can find Rachel’s podcast, newsletter and learn more about her services here: https://helloseven.co/

KOMAL MINHAS – Komal is a cancer survivor and resilience educator who I met several years ago in LA when we were both selected as part of Oprah’s SuperSoul 100. Komal is the definition of what it means to live with your whole heart. She regularly talks about the things that most people would rather avoid. By just being herself, she’s teaching us how to not just be with our own pain, but how to hold others, fully and completely in theirs too. You can find Komal on Instagram @komalminhas. She also has a podcast called Lessons Learned and a newsletter that you can find here: https://komal.com/about-komal

NICOLE CARDOZA – Nicole is committed to a world where wellness is accessible for everyone. I discovered her more recently through my friend, Nitika (above) and have been loving her work. The beauty and wellness industries have distorted our view of what it means to be well (overwhelmingly catering to thin, wealthy, straight white women without disabilities or chronic conditions) and Nicole is dismantling that. Through Yoga Foster, she brings low-cost mindfulness practices to educators and students. She’s also the founder of Reclamation Ventures, a fund that invests in underestimated entrepreneurs. You can find Nicole on Instagram @nicolecardoza and learn more about here work here: https://www.nicoleacardoza.com/

As I mentioned in this video, I won’t be posting on YouTube anymore but I’m not disappearing from the internet. I’ll still be active in a personal capacity in these places:
My newsletter https://mailchi.mp/e22639d0757e/onestepwellness
Twitter @ingridnilsen
Instagram @ingridnilsen

DISCLAIMER: This video is not sponsored.

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