Bryony Gordon is an award-winning journalist, author, and mental health campaigner whose candour in discussing her own struggles have been pivotal in helping tackle the taboos that surround mental health.
The writer of five Sunday Times Bestselling books, including No Such Thing As Normal, Mad Girl and Glorious Rock Bottom, Bryony has addressed addiction, eating disorders, OCD, and, recently, her journey to sobriety. Through the lens of her own personal experiences, which are sometimes incredible dark and incredibly painful, Bryony’s books offer the reader what feels like a giant hug - reassuring anyone who might be suffering from mental illness themselves the reassurance that you are not alone and as one book title would suggest - there’s no such thing as normal anyway.
Her podcast, Mad World, launched in 2017 with none other than Prince Harry as its first guest and has since featured the likes of Stephen Fry, Nadiya Hussain and Fearne Cotton.
She joins us on this week's podcast to discuss the rules by which she lives, from work to love to money.
The Art Of Living Now
In each episode we speak to brilliant business women at the top of their game about the rules by which they live.
From love, to money, career to home, we want to know how they've designed their lives for success.
The pandemic has hit women’s careers the hardest. This means that one of the greatest challenges we now face in the fight for gender equality is supporting women in the world of work. In tune with this year’s International Women's Day motto #choosetochallenge, the mission-led women's media platform, Her Hustle, has partnered with female-founded jewellery brand, Missoma, and youth mentoring charity, Prince's Trust, to launch a podcast series designed to inspire, lead and move-to-action young women in their careers and beyond.
Produced by Her Hustle
Sound engineered and edited by Linnea Kempe
Music by Miraa May
Design by Elsie Hoskin
About Her Hustle
Her Hustle is a media platform and production house that creates content driven by the female perspective. Their mission is to amplify diverse female voices in the world of work in order to inspire a new generation of women to occupy positions of power as they build careers they love, on their own terms. They do this by way of highly produced live and digital content centered on women's career stories and insights.
Missoma is the rapidly growing UK based jewellery brand on a mission to inspire a more confident, creative and collaborative world. The direct to consumer brand has not only survived a difficult year of the pandemic but thrived. Why? Because of their passion for people, the planet and product. Founded by CEO & Creative Director Marisa Hordern, who quit her job in the corporate world to go after something she loved, Missoma believe in empowering change – whether that’s championing up-and-coming creatives or giving women the tools to achieve their dreams, we’re all made up of many facets and layers that are there to be celebrated.