Victoria Cohen is an engineer turned marketer turned yoga instructor/blogger/activist. Her blog Almonds and Asana is part journey and part guide for being a more active citizen of the world through her two favorite pastimes: cooking and yoga.
In a past life she worked at PepsiCo and attended Southern Methodist University. She’s also the co-host of the Discover Your Inner Awesome podcast with Rajiv Nathan.
Our episode today is all about using small changes to make a difference in the things you care about. Whether you have strong political beliefs or are concerned about global warming, Victoria makes suggestions on ways to reframe your thinking and use your day to day choices to make a difference.
Victoria shares her journey from the corporate world to becoming a yoga teacher. She talks about the moment she realized things had to change. We discuss using our purchases as a means of voting for what we support, and she suggests various small ways listeners can become activists for causes they are passionate about.
Victoria leaves listeners with the advice, “Do it. Volunteer or donate. Make those small impactful changes by the food you choose or the products you choose to buy.”
Get the full show notes on the Under30Experiences blog.