Macy Harjot Matarazzo, AKA Reverend Lunchlady, is a Love Coach, Spiritual Teacher & Unicorn Wrangler. A first-time bride at 43 with over 25 years collecting failed relationships, devastating heartbreaks, & dateless holiday parties before she finally found the formula which broke the painful cycle! Now she devotes her life to helping other women stop the madness and draw in a meaningful love. She brings her clients a magical combination of transformational change methodology, Kundalini yoga & creative exploration to help women find their unicorn.
We talked about the playful path to love and dating over 40.
In this episode we talked about:
- The formula that finally broke the painful cycle of heartbreak for Macy
- The wake-up call that caused her to change her perspective on dating and being herself in a relationship
- When she met her beloved husband & how she felt when she first met him
- The qualities that are truly important and why your “deal breakers” could be keeping you from seeing your beloved
- How important it is to know what you like & don’t like
- Macy’s approach to working with women & the three stages of her work
- How Macy incorporates community into her services
Mentioned In This Episode
Melissa’s Something Cool: Roomba robot vacuum, & paying extra to buy from Hammacher-Schlemmer for a lifetime guarantee
Macy’s Something Cool: using Mala beads as a practice and specifically her own Malas with “you go girl” beads throughout
Connect with Macy
“It came to the point where I realized I absolutely had to do something different because what I had been doing for so long just continued to leave me feeling heartbroken and miserable.” – Macy Matarazzo
“Either I am going to make myself like being single and collect more chihuahuas and adorable kitties and let that be my life or figure it out.” – Macy Matarazzo
“The formula ended up being getting some support to figure out where I was hiding, in a way.” – Macy Matarazzo
“I had fallen in love with what I wanted him to be and he had fallen in love with he wanted me to be and we were not those people.” – Melissa Dinwiddie
“He didn’t look like what I thought I was looking for.” – Melissa Dinwiddie
“I thought nobody is going to want me and I’m going to have to pretend that I care about biking.” – Macy Matarazzo
“You can’t call in the right person for you if you don’t even know what you like and who you are.” – Melissa Dinwiddie
“I started collecting these failed relationships and it influenced how I responded in the next relationships. I was afraid to do this or afraid to do that or avoiding this or avoiding that. I was actually getting further away from my truth of who I was because I was reacting to all of the stories to all of the history.” – Macy Matarazzo
“There’s never going to be a happy ending to a miserable journey.” – Macy Matarazzo
“I find creative ways to help people come back to themselves.” – Macy Matarazzo
Want a creative kick start?
Check out my book!
What would change for you if you could totally revel in the joy of creating? You CAN, with The Creative Sandbox Way!
- Melissa’s 10 fool-proof guideposts that have helped thousands get joyfully creating.
- 5 reasons why creative play is good for you, AND for the world (it’s neuroscience, baby!)
- Why “I’m not creative” is always a lie, and how to bust it.
- How to turn creative blocks into friends.
AND you’ll get creating right in the book itself.
“It’s one part field guide, one part creative practice—and I loved it. The Creative Sandbox Way™ is an adventure packaged as a book.”
NYT best-selling author of The Happiness of Pursuit and The $100 Startup
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