January 5, 2021 – Los Angeles, CA – The popular weekly podcast, Sugar Pills: A Practical Guide to Self-Care, is hosted by wellness entrepreneur, author, and executive producer, Candy Washington, has officially been selected by iHeartRadio for distribution.
Her podcast empowers the listener with easy to implement tools to reclaim their self-worth and step into the highest version of themselves with practical self-care insights, expert interviews, and personal stories.
Candy is the founder of 1214 Media Productions where they create inspiring content across film, TV, digital, and publishing platforms. She’s the executive producer, writer, and star of the psychological thriller, Narcissist, which explores the effects that social media has on the mental health of influencers and their followers, which is now available on Amazon Prime Video and SofyTV.
“Self-love isn’t selfish, it’s the highest expression of gratitude to this one unique and precious life that we have been given,” says Candy. She goes on to explain that this was this sentiment that inspired her to start the self-care podcast and to executive produce the influential film.
Candy also provides three self-care tips for a more joyful and empowered New Year:
Self-Care Tip #1: Prioritize your well-being before there’s a breakdown
Don’t overextend yourself by making too many New Year’s resolutions and goals. Yes, have a vision for the New Year, but also incorporate self-care practices into your plan like taking meaningful time off, asking for support, and having healthy boundaries.
Self-Care Tip #2: Implement a morning routine
Being intentional about how you start your day sets the tone for your week, month, year, and life. Have a set time and morning routine that could include journaling, meditating, and drinking water.
Self-Care Tip #3:
Take inventory of who you have in your life from romantic partnerships, friendships, and family, and ensure that you are only taking healthy relationships into the New Year. Cut ties with people who do not add value to your life. Do the same with your habits, take an inventory of your daily, weekly, and monthly habits, and only take into the New Year those habits that serve the highest version of yourself.
Lastly, Candy was the keynote speaker at WellnessCon and has written four books, with her latest being Triggered., a thriller about when codependency turns deadly, (think: Gone Girl meets The Devil Wears Prada), which is available at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and wherever books are sold.
About Candy Washington
Candy Washington is a writer, content creator, executive producer, and Georgetown alumna. Her personal and professional purpose is to add value to the lives of others through storytelling. She creates inspiring content across film, TV, digital, and publishing platforms that are rooted in wellness and self-care.
She’s published four books, executive produced, starred in, and wrote the film, ‘Narcissist,’ which is now available on Amazon Prime Video and SofyTV. The wellness entrepreneur also hosts a weekly podcast, ‘Sugar Pills Self-Care Podcast,’ and she recently launched an interactive self-love course.
Candy was also the keynote speaker for WellnessCon and played a lead role in a digital series produced by Kelsey Grammer and Tom Russo. She’s the former host of Disney Style and has appeared on The Doctors on CBS as a lifestyle expert.
She’s been published and featured in Teen Vogue, LA Style Magazine, and more. Up next for Candy is hosting a self-care virtual hub during the PTAFF Arts & Film Festival.
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