Straight and Curly is a podcast for self-improvement junkies


144 – A Beginner’s Guide to Sustainable Fashion

May 13, 2020

“More sustainable fashion can be defined as clothing, shoes and accessories that are manufactured, marketed and used in the most sustainable manner possible, taking into account both environmental and socio-economic…

143 – Where do we go when we die?

May 6, 2020

In this episode, Carly and Kelly take a big step outside their comfort zone by starting a conversation unsure of where they’re going to end up. A conversation that starts…

142 – How to get out of survival mode

April 29, 2020

Carly and Kelly both have recent experience with being in survival mode so they have some tips to share for being kind to yourself while in it.

141 – Can you train yourself to go against type?

April 22, 2020

How seriously should we take the results of personality tests? And can we train ourselves to operate counter to what those results tell us?

140 – Mental health tips for social isolation

April 15, 2020

At time of recording, pretty much the whole world is in lockdown and being asked by their country’s government to socially isolate and #stayathome. Which of course is creating mental…

139 – Tips and Tricks for Working from Home

April 8, 2020

Given many listeners are newly working from home in order to put the brakes on the spread of COVID-19, Kelly and Carly share their best time for doing so effectively.

138 – How to Deal with Anxious Times

April 2, 2020

The global landscape we’re operating in right now is unprecedented for our time. After taking some time to catch up, Kelly and Carly share some thoughts on how to navigate these anxious and uncertain times.

137 – How to be grateful

December 18, 2019

We thought a really fitting way to finish off this year was to each share 5 things we’ve been grateful for this year.

136 – Managing Perfectionism

December 11, 2019

In this episode, we’re revisiting a topic we’ve done in the past: perfectionism. The weird thing about perfectionism is relatively few people realise that certain behaviours they’re indulging are related…