The Loni Swain Show Podcast

The Loni Swain Show Podcast

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Using Culture + Technology To Bring People Together w/ Astin Hayes
Oct 9 • 29 min
Astin Hayes shares how she came up with the idea for her TipOff gaming app, going from idea to launch, and some of her challenges/ along the way. Astin Hayes is a Chicago-based entrepreneur whose energy and passion are both inspiring and contagious. As of…
From Barracks To Baller w/ Gabrielle Pickens
Oct 2 • 32 min
Gabrielle Pickens, a military veteran and entrepreneur from Chicago, started her career in the Navy in 2013 and quickly climbed the ranks to Petty Officer Second Class in a matter of six years. Awarded three Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals and a…
Creating Opportunities For POC To Lift As She Climbs w/ Netta Dobbins
Aug 31 • 36 min
Netta Dobbins is a marketer, entrepreneur and professional hypewoman that’s worked with brands like State Farm, NBA, Nike and more. She’s the founder of Mimconnect, a career resource and networking platform diversifying the workforce, and Secret Black…
Minding Your Mental Health and Keeping Your “Should” To Yourself
Aug 31 • 27 min
First solo episode in a while. Addressing a listener question from a previous episode: “When does normal anxiety become an anxiety disorder?” and then my two cents on minding our mental health and keeping the “should” to ourself. I don’t know about you,…
How to Secure Your Seat at the Table w/ Minda Harts
Aug 31 • 24 min
How to Secure Your Seat at the Table w/ Minda Harts by Loni Swain
What You Need To Know About Your Mental Health w/ Rakima D. Parson
Aug 31 • 41 min
Rakima Dolliole Parson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Play Therapist, and Louisiana Native, whose own experience overcoming childhood traumatic stress, led her to pursue a career as a therapist. Rakima not only believes that there is valuable work…
This Founder Shares What She Learned From Failure, $3 Million in Funding, and Fear w/ Alex Batdorf
May 8 • 54 min
This Founder Shares What She Learned From Failure, $3 Million in Funding, and Fear w/ Alex Batdorf by Loni Swain
Embracing Your Insecurities To Make The Ultimate Impact w/ Jennifer Vassel
May 1 • 30 min
Embracing Your Insecurities To Make The Ultimate Impact w/ Jennifer Vassel by Loni Swain
Healing Our Childhood Trauma As Adults w/ Rakima D. Parson
Mar 28 • 38 min
Rakima Dolliole Parson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Play Therapist, and Louisiana Native, whose own experience overcoming childhood traumatic stress, led her to pursue a career as a therapist. Rakima not only believes that there is valuable work…
Ways To Show Up For And Support The Women In Your Life
Mar 19 • 10 min
Women’s History Month is a good excuse to show extra love to the women in our lives. Women’s empowerment is not just a trend or a hashtag, its a lifestyle that we can all embrace. In this episode, I’m sharing some ways to support and show up for the women…
Financial Fitness For Every Age + Tips For Investing Like A Pro w/ Mabel Nunez
Mar 13 • 26 min
Mabel Nunez is the founder and Chief Investment Officer of Girl$ on The Money - a stock market investing education company targeted to women, minorities, and individuals that are underrepresented in the world of investing. She is passionate about…
Creating Opportunity For Women In Design + Entrepreneurship w/ Karen Spears
Mar 5 • 53 min
We are talking intentional entrepreneurship, design, being self-taught, the importance of community and so much more with Karen Spears! Karen Spears is the owner of Kareracter, a creative studio building brands with personality. Kareracter was born in her…
Approaching Dating As A Spiritual Journey w/ Nikki Novo
Feb 23 • 44 min
Dating can be scary­čĹ╣…but it doesn’t have to be. - Nikki Novo (@nikkinovo) is a Cuban-American bestselling author and intuitive dating coach. Her latest book, “The Final Swipe: Heal Your Heart, Find Your Person, and End the Dating Search for Good,” was…
The 3 Common Sex Issues No One Is Talking About w/ Dr. Pia Holec
Feb 12 • 38 min
Although most adults have had sex in their lifetime, in 2019 - sex still remains a taboo topic for many. In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Pia Holecand I shine a light on three highly common sex issues that aren’t being discussed, how to identify them…
Bringing Innovation To The Hiring Process + Keeping WOC At The Forefront w/ Elena Valentine
Feb 6 • 43 min
Bringing Innovation To The Hiring Process + Keeping WOC At The Forefront w/ Elena Valentine by Loni Swain
5 Things I Learned My First Year Of Podcasting
Feb 3 • 15 min
The Loni Swain Show Podcast is celebrating our 1 Year Anniversary and I’m reflecting on some of the biggest lessons learned this year. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this…
I Am Not My Hair
Jan 23 • 18 min
The emotional attachment women have to their hair, especially women of color, dates back as far as biblical times and the Civil War. History has taught us over and over again that hair is not only a huge part of a woman’s identity, but also a…
The Sweetest Recipe For Success w/ Mignon Francois
Jan 16 • 32 min
Last year, Mignon Francois and her boutique cupcakes @thecupcakecollection celebrated 10yrs of “sweet success” in Nashville, TN and she opened a second location @thecupcakecollectionnola in her hometown of New Orleans. As with every success, there is a…
Creating Community + Opportunity For #blkcreatives w/ Melissa Kimble
Dec 25, 2018 • 33 min
Melissa Kimble is the founder of blkcreatives, a media and production company that advocates for Black genius across creative industries, producing thoughtful content and experiences that live at the intersection of culture, community and creativity.…
Deepen Your Connections Using Attachment Theory w/ Jenny D. Brice
Dec 16, 2018 • 17 min
Jenny D. Brice is helping us to better understand attachment theory and how we can use it to deepen our connections. Deepening our connections can result in more joy, satisfaction and fulfillment in our relationships. Jenny says in fact that “There’s…
Transitioning From Corporate to Full-Time Entrepreneurship w/ Kesia King
Dec 12, 2018 • 33 min
Wouldn’t it be nice to have some help along your entrepreneurial journey from someone who has walked in your shoes? Kesia King thought so too. After quitting her corporate job to become a full-time entrepreneur as the founder and CEO of @chopchopmobile ,…
Understanding CBD Oil w/ Maggie Frank
Dec 5, 2018 • 42 min
Understanding CBD Oil w/ Maggie Frank by Loni Swain
Using Her AIDS Status To Educate And Inspire w/ Rae Lewis Thornton
Nov 27, 2018 • 36 min
In honor of World AIDS Day, I was able to speak with Emmy Award-winning AIDS Activist, Rae Lewis-Thornton, about living with AIDS and how she uses her status to educate, misconceptions about AIDS, advice for those who have contracted HIV/AIDS and how to…
Blazing The Trail For Black Women In Wine w/ Chrishon Lampley
Nov 21, 2018 • 18 min
In this episode of The Loni Swain Show Podcast, I’m chatting with Chrishon Lampley about how failure birthed her success in her journey as an entrepreneur, how Love Cork Screw came to be, being a woman in wine, and her tips for women considering starting…
Is Venture Capital The Best Option For Your Business w/ Robin Li
Nov 13, 2018 • 26 min
I met today’s special guest when I attended the Well Summit in Brooklyn. I had the absolute pleasure of sharing lunch with the super smart and oh so gracious Robin Li. Robin was speaking on a panel at the Summit on behalf of GGV Capital, where Robin…
Gratitude As A Form Of Self-Care
Nov 11, 2018 • 13 min
Gratitude has been shown to not only improve your physical health, but your psychological health as well. Grateful people enjoy higher well-being and happiness and suffer from reduced symptoms of depression, improved sleep and higher self-esteem. I’d say…
How To Identify + Avoid Burnout w/ Jenny D. Brice
Nov 7, 2018 • 25 min
Its National Stress Awareness Day, so what better day to discuss how to identify and avoid burnout! Aside from being a popular buzzword, burnout is a real thing with clinical identifiers that we will discuss along with tips for stopping it in its tracks!…
Reclaiming Your Time
Nov 4, 2018 • 9 min
All we have to decide is what to do with the time we are given. As daylight savings time ends, we are given an extra hour. Think of all the things you say you want to do for yourself, but “don’t have the time” to do. Make a list. Do a least one of those…
Six Pillars Of Self Care w/ Dixie Lincoln Nichols
Oct 31, 2018 • 25 min
What are the 6 pillars of self-care? I’m joined by Dixie Lincoln- Nichols (a wife, mother, biological science educator, certified health coach, self-care & wellness connoisseur, and entrepreneur) who coined the term and she will explain and list them for…
What You Need To Know About Your Fertility w/ Dr. Sasan of Kindbody
Oct 24, 2018 • 46 min
Let’s talk fertility! In this episode, I’m joined by Dr. Fahimeh Sasan of Kindbody to discuss common fertility issues, is miscarriage a fertility issue, factors that impact fertility, how fertility is tested/interpreting the results, what our options are…
Saying NO As A Form Of Self-Care
Oct 21, 2018 • 10 min
There once was a time when I was afraid to say NO. Afraid that it would make me less likable or even a bad person. Writing that now seems ridiculous, and maybe reading it does too. If so, I’m happy to hear that! But for some, it may resonate with you.…
Things You May Not Know About Breast Cancer w/ Dr. Brooke Morrell
Oct 17, 2018 • 45 min
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I chatted with my dear friend and Professor of Clinical Radiology at LSU Health New Orleans, Dr. Brooke Morell. I learned SOOOOOOO much! Dr. Morell received her Bachelor of Science from Fordham University, NYC,…
Overcoming All The Obstacles
Oct 14, 2018 • 17 min
Hard things are hard, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t worth doing. Actually, most things that are worth doing, have a hefty price to pay. This may look like invest of time, energy and sometimes even blood sweat and tears. In these moments, we have to…
How To Communicate Your Message More Effectively w/ Amber Wright
Oct 10, 2018 • 27 min
In this episode, I’m joined by communication coach Amber Wright to discuss how to find YOUR voice and 3 tips for building clarity and confidence in your communication. Amber L. Wright is a communication coach, consultant, and owner of Words Well Said,…
Re-connecting With You
Sep 30, 2018 • 12 min
Who were you, before you were told who you should be? I’ve seen this quote a few times and its always made me pause and reflect. Last night I watched the Netflix original film Nappily Ever After starring Sanaa Lathan and this quote was basically the…
Losing Yourself In Marriage + Parenthood
Sep 26, 2018 • 36 min
These days, it’s sometimes hard to recall who you were before marriage and parenthood. Sure, you’re still you, but having kids and building a life with your partner can sometimes make it difficult to step outside of your roles as parent and spouse. How do…
Starting Over
Sep 23, 2018 • 13 min
The logistics of starting over can often be so daunting that we would rather remain in a familiar misery, than risk an unknown happiness. We can get so bogged down in the details that we even convict ourselves that starting over is impossible, or that we…
Debunking Age Timelines
Sep 12, 2018 • 14 min
Raise your hand if you had plans to achieve X, Y and Z by a certain age? And before you could blink your eyes or scratch your head - that age had arrived and you had yet to accomplish X, Y OR Z. If you answered yes, you are officially a member of the…
Go Where You Are Celebrated
Sep 9, 2018 • 10 min
I’ve signed off all of my radio shows, podcasts and newsletter with ” Go where you are celebrated and appreciated, not just tolerated.” for at least 10 yrs now. Why? What do I actually mean by that? I’m explaining how I came to embrace this phrase, why I…
Blogging 101 w/ Tavi J of ChiAtAGlance
Sep 5, 2018 • 13 min
Tavi Johnson is the founder and head writer of the Chicago Lifestyle Blog [email protected] Chi-At-A-Glance covers ALL things Chicago related from restaurant openings, events, non-profits, expo’s, gala’s, etc…they also do a monthly Spotlight feature called “A…
What This Year Has Taught Me
Aug 28, 2018 • 8 min
I just celebrated my New Year aka my birthday Aug 24! So I took some time off to reflect, recharge and reconnect. To celebrate my bday for the second year in a row, I got some of my best girlfriends Kandice and Amanda together for some good girl talk and…
Self Care Sunday-Master The Art of Doing Nothing
Aug 19, 2018 • 6 min
Destroy the idea that you have to be constantly working or grinding in order to be successful. Embrace the concept that rest, recovery, and reflection are essential parts of the progress towards a successful and ultimately happy life.
Boundary Setting With Family w/ Dr. Pia Holec
Aug 17, 2018 • 14 min
As if boundary setting in general wasn’t hard enough, try setting boundaries with family members! As an adult, many conversations with friends reveal dysfunctional family dynamics that lack boundaries altogether or very few in place. This realization then…
Self Care Sunday - Stop Playing Yourself Small
Aug 17, 2018 • 14 min
There are people less qualified than you, out here living the life of your dreams and doing things you want to do, all because they dared to bet on themselves. I’m guilty. We play ourselves too small. Why do we undervalue ourselves and overvalue the…
Perfecting Your Pitch w/ Vanessa Abron
Aug 7, 2018 • 23 min
If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, and/or artist- this episode is for YOU! In this episode of the The Loni Swain Show podcast, I’m chatting with public relations professional Vanessa Abron about all things you need to know about PR: the…
Self-Care Sunday - Embracing The Beauty of Imperfections
Aug 7, 2018 • 11 min
Something I have struggled with all of my life and still struggle with is the constant quest for perfection. I impose this standard of perfection upon others, and most adamantly upon myself. Its exhausting and pointless, because ultimately its…
How To Get Hired In 90 Days w/ Lakreshia Davis
Aug 5, 2018 • 30 min
Lakrisha Davis is a seasoned Chicago based Career Coach with a track record of helping clients build on their career or find a new job in 90 days or less! In this episode, we chat about the things you may unknowingly be doing as a job seeker that are…
Self Care Sunday - Self Worth
Jul 29, 2018 • 12 min
Self-worth: How many of us have it? Many people say they love themselves and value themselves, but their actions and inactions say the opposite. They speak negatively about themselves to themselves and sometimes aloud, they mistreat their bodies and…
Choosing Celibacy As A Form Of Self Care w/ Kenyatta Scott
Jul 25, 2018 • 30 min
In episode 37, I shared how I learned to sit with the uncomfortable through my 60-day celibacy and sobriety detox. After that experience, I found it refreshing to discover so many women who have also chosen the path of abstinence in search of greater.…
Self Care Sunday - Divine Timing
Jul 22, 2018 • 18 min
Often times its hard to be patient and trust the process when things aren’t going as planned. When we are putting in the work and not seeing any results, it can sometimes make us question if we are making the right decisions. I’m sharing my personal…
Affair After Care w/ Renelle Nelson
Jul 18, 2018 • 27 min
Healing from infidelity is hard to do on your own. However, with the right mix of understanding your affair type, guidance and following the right recovery steps your relationship can be saved if you want to. However, regardless of whether or not you…
Self Care Sunday - Sit With It
Jul 15, 2018 • 11 min
I’m talking about all the ways in which we often run from or numb ourselves to what feels uncomfortable instead of using those feelings to empower ourselves to create a life we don’t want to run away from.
The Keys To Finding And Keeping A Love That Lasts w/ Kenyon + Taccara Martin
Jul 11, 2018 • 31 min
It is often said that the first year of marriage is the hardest. In this episode of the podcast, my guests will share keys to not only surviving the first year of marriage-but tips to having a life long union of love and support. Kenyon and Taccara Martin…
Self Care Sunday - Examining Our Self-Talk
Jul 8, 2018 • 10 min
I’m starting a new tradition ya’ll! Self-care Sundays! In case you don’t know, Self-care is any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical health. Today’s focus is getting our self-talk in check! We are…
Signs Its Time To Let A Relationship Go w/ Kongit Farrell
Jul 4, 2018 • 12 min
Knowing when to say good bye to any type of a relationship is an important skill to acquire in order to avoid a lot of wasted years and tears. Feelings of attachment, guilt and loyalty can our cloud judgment and make it hard to tell if letting go is the…
Do You Know Your Status w/ Joey Olsen of Crescent Care
Jun 27, 2018 • 24 min
Today is National HIV Testing Day, which was first observed on June 27, 1995. The 2018 theme is “Doing It My Way, Testing for HIV”. The annual event, created to encourage everyone to get tested for HIV, began in 1995 and is organized by the National…
Letting Go Of The Idea Of Who And What You “Should” Be W/ Wellness Coach Kimberly Doley
Jun 19, 2018 • 37 min
Most of us were taught that we had to go to school, attend college and immediately get a well-paying job in a stable field. In some households, there was even an emphasis on starting a family soon after, which included marriage and kids. Imagine that…
How To “Fix Your Picker” w/ Dating Coach Kongit Farrell
Jun 13, 2018 • 12 min
If you’re ready to stop wasting your valuable time and energy on men who aren’t a good fit for your relationship goals and are ready to get the healthy and lasting love that you deserve, then this episode is for you! Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist…
Five Favorite Acts of Self Care
May 20, 2018 • 11 min
What ways do you take care of YOU? In this episode, I share the five ways I show love and respect to myself EVERYDAY and this list does NOT include a spa day (I explain that as well). All of these tips have helped me grow in boundary setting, building…
Navigating Blended Families w/ Family Therapist Renelle Nelson
May 16, 2018 • 16 min
Renelle Nelson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, and an Infidelity Recovery Coach. She has been providing therapy for over 11 years. In this episode, we are discussing the complex dynamics of blended families.…
Missing Mom For Mother’s Day w/ Grief Counselor Kristen Machado
May 9, 2018 • 29 min
With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, (Sunday, May 13) I wanted to dedicate a special podcast to those who may be missing their mother’s on this day. I have several close friends who have lost their mother’s (recently and not recently) and I was at a…
Spring Cleaning Your Life w/ Life Coach Carla Robertson
May 2, 2018 • 15 min
This is the fourth installment of a monthly feature called “Ask A Life Coach,” featuring New Orleans based Life Coach, Carla Robertson Originally from New Jersey, Carla took a job in Alabama after college and has been calling the south her home ever…
Girl Talk Tuesday - It Goes Down In The DMs , A Love Story
Apr 10, 2018 • 14 min
Every good girl talk eventually gets to love and relationship talk! In this edition of “Girl Talk Tuesday”, we find out how two of my besties met their husbands and we get some bride-to-be advice as well as random relationship talk. For my birthday last…
How To Identify & Reject What Doesn’t Serve You w/ Life Coach Carla Robertson
Mar 29, 2018 • 17 min
This is the third installment of a monthly feature called “Ask A Life Coach,” featuring New Orleans based Life Coach, Carla Robertson Originally from New Jersey, Carla took a job in Alabama after college and has been calling the south her home ever since.…
Examining Our Self-Talk About Sexual Harassment w/ Dr. Joy Harden Bradford
Mar 27, 2018 • 15 min
Dr. Joy Harden Bradford is an experienced licensed Psychologist and Breakup Coach based in Atlanta. She is committed to reducing the stigma related to mental health in the Black community by making mental health topics more accessible and relevant. She is…
Sexual Harassment From A Legal Perspective w/ Employment Lawyer Tonya Bana
Mar 23, 2018 • 53 min
Tonya Baña is a seasoned employment attorney with more than a dozen years experience handling employment-related legal matters. A Baltimore native and proud graduate of Woodlawn High School in Baltimore County, Tonya received her bachelor’s degree from…
All Publicity is NOT Good Publicity w/ The B Firm PR Founder Erica Dias
Mar 19, 2018 • 36 min
Erica Dias, a native of Richmond, CA, is co-founder of The B Firm: PR. Although her first love and passion is fashion, her career didn’t stop at wardrobe styling. With a extensive resume providing wardrobe styling for Comcast & TIVO commercials, hit TV…
Getting Back On Track & Staying Motivated w/ Carla Robertson
Feb 28, 2018 • 16 min
This is the second installment of a monthly feature called “Ask A Life Coach,” featuring New Orleans based Life Coach, Carla Robertson Originally from New Jersey, Carla took a job in Alabama after college and has been calling the south her home ever…
How To Strengthen The Parent & Child Bond w/ Registered Play Therapist Kati Hill
Feb 21, 2018 • 16 min
All month we’ve been talking about relationships; the relationships that we have with ourselves, our romantic partner and our friends. Today we are discussing our first relationship- the child/parent relationship. Kati Hill is a Licensed Professional…
ME Before We w/Marriage & Family Therapist Renelle Nelson
Feb 14, 2018 • 32 min
Renelle Nelson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, and an Infidelity Recovery Coach. She has been providing therapy for over 11 years. One of her favorite themes to explore is “ME before WE” and we take a dive…
Happy Galentine’s Day Candid Convo w/ My Gal Pals
Feb 13, 2018 • 26 min
In honor of Galentine’s Day, I’m digging in the crates and pulling out some archived and unreleased audio! For my birthday last year (Aug 24, 2017), I had some of my favorite gal pals come over to record a podcast with me. It truly was the best gift I…
What To Bring To Your Counseling Session w/ Marriage & Relationship Counselor Catharine Swain
Feb 7, 2018 • 24 min
For the month of February, I will be speaking with various people about relationships for the month of LOVE. In this episode I’m chatting with Catharine Swain, a licensed marriage and relationship counselor who is based in New Orleans, LA. Even though she…
New Year, New Goals w/ Life Coach Carla Robertson
Jan 31, 2018 • 24 min
I’m super excited to introduce a monthly feature called “Ask A Life Coach,” featuring New Orleans based Life Coach, Carla Robertson Originally from New Jersey, Carla took a job in Alabama after college and has been calling the south her home ever since.…
Entrepreneurship Isn’t For Everyone w/ Sonjie Decaires
Jan 27, 2018 • 52 min
After reaching what she felt to be a glass ceiling in the radio industry, she took a leap of faith into full-time entrepreneurship with her event production company, Sonjie Productions, and has not looked back since! Sonjie reminisces on the rocky moments…
Navigating A Career Switch, Pivot or Quit w/ Ahyiana Angel
Jan 16, 2018 • 55 min
After making three major career pivots already in her own life, Ahyiana Angel has now created a go-to space for women in career transition with her popular podcast “Switch, Pivot or Quit.” She and I discuss how to know when its time to switch, pivot or…
What 10 Years of Abstinence Taught Me w/ Nikeya Young
Jan 9, 2018 • 48 min
In this episode I’m speaking with author and life coach, Nikeya Young, about her faith-based book Virtue Chic: Classy Takes Center Stage and her mission to inspire women to love God, love themselves and love each other. Nikeya shares why she believes…
What I Learned From Working For Oprah Winfrey w/ Itika Oldwine
Jan 1, 2018 • 49 min
Itika Oldwine went from being a political science major, to working for Oprah Winfrey, to owning her own floral boutique in downtown LA! Not exactly in that order! Listen to her journey of overcoming her fear of leaving a “steady paycheck” to pursue her…
Expensive Mistakes Teach The Greatest Lessons w/ Lacy Davillier
Nov 18, 2017 • 65 min
In this episode I chatted with my friend Lacy Davillier, who is the Owner of Davillier Photography. Not only do we talk about her journey with entrepreneurship in a male dominated industry (which i didn’t realize photography was) , she explains why…
Breast Cancer Didn’t Change The Fact That I Was A CEO w/ Chris-Tia Donaldson
Nov 1, 2017 • 30 min
This episode I chatted with my dear friend Chris-Tia Donaldson, who is not only an author, a lawyer, CEO of Thank God I’m Natural (TGIN) hair and skincare line, but she is also a breast cancer survivor. We talk about her journey with breast cancer, but…
Understand Where You Are & Being Okay With That w/ Krystal B. Armstrong
Oct 25, 2017 • 59 min
Krystal B. Armstrong has it all: the husband, the kids, the pets and two businesses. Find out how she still manages to get sleep at night and daily naps, while enrolled in night school and online classes too! Plus how she found her way into beauty and…
Breast Cancer Awareness 101 w/ Dr. Brooke Morell
Oct 16, 2017 • 44 min
In this episode of The Loni Swain Show podcast, we talk with Diagnostic Radiologist, Dr. Brooke Morell, to learn more about breast cancer awareness, early detection, the misconceptions about breast cancer, and the journey of a young black woman in the…
Let That Ish Go
Mar 19, 2017 • 12 min
Do you hold on to things (people) for longer than you should? Free yourself and your space and be open to receiving what truly serves you!
When It Comes To Settling Where Do You Stand?
Dec 13, 2016 • 11 min
On Candace Bushnell’s hit series “Sex in the City”, Carrie Bradshaw said “Some people are settling down, some people are settling, and some people refuse to settle for less than butterflies.” However, can you identify who’s who? Where do you stand? And at…
Not My Monkeys, Not My Circus
Dec 4, 2016 • 5 min
Why do we do it to ourselves? We have all been guilty at some point or another. Taking on other people’s problems as our own. Or going out of our way to try to “help” someone, knowing good and well that we can’t fix what they started. But we try anyway.…
No One’s Life Is As Perfect As Their Instagram Feed
Nov 22, 2016 • 5 min
Why you should stop comparing yourself to the people on your timeline and love who and where you are.
Being Difficult For No Reason & Ignoring Text Messages
Nov 20, 2016 • 7 min
If you’ve been called difficult, embrace it. People perceive boundary setting as being difficult and I explain why.
Finding Freedom
Apr 7, 2016 • 7 min
Have you ever felt like you wanted to be free? Unsure of how to do that? I share my journey in this podcast!