Sarah Darling is a Top 40 Country Artist, owns a French macaron patisserie, & has an ethereal, feminine presence that has intrigued me since we met. We talk about what “star quality” means, how French beauty is different, & if we have evolved to be attracted to certain traits to survive? She shares about being true to yourself amidst all the voices telling you what to do & reprogramming our minds about wrinkles & plastic surgery. This episode is PACKED with gold & I’m so glad you’re joining us!
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In this episode:
- Becoming a Nashville Country Artist
- Parisienne Beauty
- Style that showcases the wearer instead of the trend
- Finding clothes that make you feel beautiful
- Healthy vs. Unhealthy personal beauty standards
- The journey of constantly evolving
- Evolution + survival shaping beauty ideas
- "Star Quality"
- Staying true to yourself
- The love of cooking
- Being over-critical of ourselves
- Reprogramming how we feel about wrinkles
- The motivation behind plastic surgery
- Makeup: expressing yourself or masking yourself
- Finding what makes you feel beautiful
- The importance of rituals
- Switching on our inner light
- Making time for gratitude
Brenna Perkins’ Episode: 1.1 // Pageants + Pizza Sticks
Bobby Hamrick, Nashville Songwriter
Sarah’s song, Montmartre
And Other Stories, clothing brand
TED Radio Hour: What is Beauty?
Survival of the Prettiest by Nancy Etcoff
Sweet Darling Pâtisserie, Sarah’s Nashville bakery
French Holiday Playlist on Spotify
For Love and Lemons, clothing brand
Elizabeth Gilbert, bestselling author
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