Does anyone else remember Colbie Caillat? She was my jam in high school ♫♪. And so when I saw she was being interviewed on Cathy Heller’s podcast Don’t Keep Your Day Job, I had to listen. It’s not a podcast I usually frequent, but I’m converted — because just two weeks later there was an incredible interview for entrepreneurs from Shark Tank’s Barbara Corcoran! And, fun fact for you guys: that’s my favorite TV show. Today, I share 3 of my personal takeaways from each of these interviews with you, and link you up for the full scoop. Continue reading Monday Mention: Don’t Keep Your Day Job
Coming at you with another podcast recommendation today folks! Sorry if you aren’t a podcast listener 😅. Maybe one of these days I will convert you. Continue reading Monday Mention: The Create Joy Podcast
In case you missed it, I whipped out a great graphic (dutifully created in paint by a clear amateur 😂) in Saturday’s post about self-awareness. Being aware of my self-talk has absolutely changed my life, but, particularly in regard to the truths we tell ourselves, there are two podcasts that really inspired this shift. Continue reading Monday Mention: The Joyful Soul Project and The Beauty Coach Podcast
I recently heard maybe the most raw podcast I have ever listened to, and I listen to a lot. So, if ever you listen to an episode I recommend, I invite you to listen to this one: Continue reading Monday Mention: About Progress with Monica Packer
I switched up my segments this week, because the story of this incredible mother and her son has been written on my heart. I don’t have children with disabilities. I have family that battles mental health issues, but I’m not an expert. However, I listened to an interview recently on one of my favorite podcasts with Sherrine and Dayton Hayward, and I felt impressed to share these takeaways with you (feel free to go directly to the episode as well):
Continue reading Monday Mention: Sherrine and Dayton Hayward + 5 Lessons Those Living with Disabilities Can Teach You
This podcast recommendation came from a couple of friends I really admire. I am decidedly an introvert, so entrepreneurship has never been in the cards for me, but I’ve found that lessons about valuing people and braving mistakes apply wherever you’re at in your journey of becoming. So, what tips do some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs have to share with you? Continue reading Monday Mention: How I Built This with Guy Raz
The tragic thing about postpartum depression is, these events and resultant feelings are so much clearer in hindsight. My OB/GYN asked all of the right questions, but I was adamant— I felt fine.
When Tuesday morning rolls around, I strap the kids in the stroller, and make a loop around the neighborhood, while I listen to a favorite podcast of mine: Family Looking Up.