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The Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! podcast

Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! is the podcast for vital and vibrant 40+ women like you. 40 isn’t the new 30. 40 and every year beyond stands on its own and deserves to be celebrated! Every week, hosts Karyn Beach and Jean Day, will have a little fun, interview a feisty or fabulous woman, and share information to improve your health, wealth, or just move you closer to your dreams. Listen in. You’ll laugh. You’ll relate. You will walk away feeling both entertained and informed.
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The Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! podcast is designed specifically for women over 40. If you need more laughs and levity, you've come to the right place. If you want to celebrate coming into your own, you've come to the right place. If you are confident and proud and you don't apologize to anyone for who you are, you've come to the right place.

Each show, we have a little fun, have a conversation with someone who exemplifies feistiness or an expert or coach who can help you live more fabulously. 

Kick back, relax and listen in!

Jun 27, 2017

You know, you don’t have to be a celebrity to write your memoirs. You can chronicle your life, your ups and downs, and leave that book for others to get a glimpse of who you really are.

Jean and I sat down with Cathy Cardio, author of It All Matters: The Parent Project to talk about living your life and writing about it. She encourages people by asking them some thought-provoking questions that get you thinking about your life. So also inspires people to write out their bucket list and actually begin crossing items off of that list. In other words, Cathy wants people to live life and live it fully, without regrets and chances not taken.

 

Jun 20, 2017

Aman Kaur is a podcaster with a podcast about Indian Interracial Marriages. What impressed me the most about Aman (besides her humor) is that amid the differences in cultures, there are just as many similarities.

At the end of the day, love is love, but there are some things to consider:

Why a show about Indian Interracial Marriages?

  • How will your family react?
  • How will their family react to you?
  • Is it difficult to learn and embrace another person’s culture?

Listen and prepare for an insightful, engaging experience!

Website: www.indianinterracialmarriages.com

Podcast: http://indianinterracialmarriages.com/category/podcast/

Jun 15, 2017

For most of us, being a daughter is second nature. But what if it wasn’t? Jan Krulick-Belin lost her father unexpectedly at the age of six and never really got to know who he was as a father or as a man. It took finding 100 letters he had written to her mother during World War II for her to get a glimpse of who he was.

In fact, the discovery of the letters was just the beginning of a journey that took five years and ended up in Morocco in Northern Africa. She learned about her father as well as her own personal heritage and history.

Jan’s is a fascinating story that test the bond of a father and daughter.

Book: Love, Bill: Finding My Father through Letters from World War II

 

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Funkorama Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Your Call Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Jun 13, 2017

Cindy Holbrook is a divorce coach but she’s a female empowerment coach for all women – divorced, married, single. While neither Jean nor I have been married, we were able to relate to divorce when Cindy described it as a loss, a grievous loss. So don’t dismiss this show because you’ve never gotten divorced, there is much more to it than that.

Cindy, Jean and I talk about the power of No, the need to meet your own needs as effectively and consistently as you meet the needs of others and bucking many of the conventions and stereotypes that you often bind women and stop us from living our lives fully and completely. Most importantly, we talk about how to overcome these setbacks.

Want to know more about Cindy? Check out her websites:

The Compassionate Divorce Coach: https://www.coachingfordivorcedwomen.com

Live Fully, Love Fully: http://www.LiveFullyLoveFully.com

 

Music Credits

Funkorama Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Your call Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Jun 6, 2017

There is a reason your comfort zone is your comfort zone. Well, it’s comfortable. Yet, if we aren’t careful our comfort zone can become a trap – one that is difficult to get out of. Maura Sweeney (http://www.maura4u.com) knows a little bit about that.

At the age of 50, Maura stepped out of her comfort zone and took dance lessons – proving to herself and her daughter that there is a life outside of the comfort zone. The great thing about stepping out of your comfort zone expands your zone and makes other forays out of it that much easier.

Maura, Jean and I had an insightful and entertaining conversation about moving beyond familiarity and going into the unknown. Amazingly, it isn’t as scary as you might think.

Maura has even written a book about exiting your comfort zone. A free copy awaits Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! listeners. Just put Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! in the subject line and receive a downloadable copy of The Art of Happiness Vol I: Exiting Your Comfort Zone.

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