In this episode, certified sommelier Madeline Puckette talks everything wine-related, from her first sip of wine at age 9, to losing her job and landing her first job in the wine industry, to the creation of the Wine Folly blog and books.
Cristina is a Chicago-based freelance artist and creator of a creative journal called “Adult-ish.” In this episode, we discuss her background in art; from regularly attending Comic-Con events growing up, to landing her first design internship at Mad Magazine, to now freelancing and creating art for her side project, “100 Days of Adulting.”
Jacqui is a multi-award winning author of 3 self-help books, nurse practitioner, speaker, and mindset mentor. In this episode, she teaches the power of the subconscious mind, how to rewire your mindset, design your own life masterpiece, and more!
Nadalie Bardo is here to help you slay your goals, so you can pursue your dream life! As the Founder of It’s All You Boo blog and creator of the Slay Your Goals Planner, she curates content to keep you motivated and inspired in life and business. In this week’s episode, you’ll learn how to pick a goal that’s doable, challenging, and life-changing – and how to stay motivated all year!
Nate is an active member of the San Diego hip hop community, one half of rap duo The Piecemakers, and an English teacher. He shares the incredible journey that led to working at schools in Compton & South Central LA and how he utilized music to inspire his students.
Levi runs a Youtube channel, appropriately named Levi “Save the World” Hildebrand with a motto of “you don’t need to be a hero to save the planet” – and it’s totally true. We talk about the small steps you can take in your life that could have huge payoffs for our environment!
Clinical Mental Health Therapist Courtney Riddle addresses questions about how our past traumatic experiences can continue to trickle into our every day adult lives. Learn about the 2 most common ways trauma manifests in adulthood, the 3 different types of stress, how DNA can actually be altered by stress, the mental and physical impacts of trauma, and more!
Linda is a stand up comedian and the host of She Shed Comedy podcast. So you would never guess that she suffered from social anxiety as a young adult. How did she break out of her comfort zone and destroy the fear that was holding her back?