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With the Fun! Feisty! Fabulous! podcast you'll laugh a lot and learn a little something in the process. Hosts Karyn Beach and Jean Day explore and entertain with a host of amazing guests. You want to talk about it, then we will and we'll do it while having fun, getting a little feisty and living our fabulous!

If it concerns you, if you've been wondering about it, if it inspires or motivates, if it informs, you'll find it on this podcast.

And we will have fun. You'll laugh. You'll relate. You'll have a blast!

Dec 25, 2018

Ho! Ho! Ho! Christmas time is here! One of the best things about Christmas is the memories of Christmas Past – favorite gifts, reactions to gifts, time with family and friends. Then, we all have the family traditions that add that special touch to the holiday. In the Christmas edition of Traditions, Tales and Trivia...


Dec 18, 2018

NDE’s or near-death experiences can answer the age-old question, is there anything after this life. s the cemetery our final resting place? Nancy Rynes, a scientist and skeptic used to believe that the grave marked the end. That changed after a bicycle accident and a near-death experience. What exactly happened? Well,...


Dec 11, 2018

Why is menopause such a mystery? If a woman lives long enough she’ll experience it. But what is it really? Hormones change and hot flashes ensue but isn’t there more to it than that. Young girls have tons of information at their disposal when they start menstruating but when that ends, then what? We’ve got...


Dec 4, 2018

Everybody’s got’em … bad or negative habits. It could be anything from not drinking water to negative self-talk to adopting a victim mentality. Rhonda Farrah is a Lifestyle coach who helps people live life on purpose instead of life on default. We talk strategies and thinking that can help you put those habits in...


Nov 27, 2018

There is no look of a woman in an abusive relationship. She doesn’t belong to a specific race or practice a certain religion. She can’t be identified by social class or educational background. She can be and is any one of us. Rustie MacDonald shares her story but it reflects the story of many women who have lived...