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Episode #28: What does living well look like for you?

Health and wellbeing mean different things to different people, and as such, it is imperative that each of us think more deeply about our purpose when it comes to living the lives we see for ourselves.

On this episode of The Wellness Daily Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with health coach and Instagram influencer Elizabeth Gageler about taking the time to discover joy and meaning in our health and wellbeing pursuits. The self-styled “essential oil junkie, chemical-free living advocate, lover of wholefood, weightlifter, beachgoer and detox queen” also discusses her personal journey with mental health issues, what worked and didn’t work for her, and what others can learn from her experience. 

Plus, in case you missed them, check out our most recent episodes here: 

Episode #27: ‘This can’t be my life forever. I need help’
• Episode #26: For start-ups, work-life balance doesn’t exist
• Episode #25: Michael Klim on swimming, skin care and holistic wellness

Jerome Doraisamy

Jerome Doraisamy

Jerome Doraisamy is a senior writer for Lawyers Weekly and Wellness Daily at Momentum Media.

Before joining the team in early 2018, Jerome is admitted as a solicitor in New South Wales and, prior to joining the team in early 2018, he worked in both commercial and governmental legal roles and has worked as a public speaker and consultant to law firms, universities and high schools across the country and internationally. He is also the author of The Wellness Doctrines self-help book series and is an adjunct lecturer at The University of Western Australia.

Jerome graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Social Inquiry).

You can email Jerome at: [email protected] 

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