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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!

Nov 13, 2018

Mental health is health and it is part of who we are. We take it with us wherever we go, including to work. Yet mental health in the workplace is rarely talked about. Do we share our condition with co-workers and bosses or do we keep it to ourselves? What can we do to educate those on the job and end the stigma against...


Nov 6, 2018

When Bryan Renslow’s mother died, he took his grief and turned it into something that could help, not just him, but others. Living Family History was created to help ease the grieving process by giving people a way to honor the memory of those who have passed. He stops by to talk to Karyn and Jean about capturing...


Oct 30, 2018

Karen Chaston was a successful CFO who lived her own version of Groundhog’s Day – the same thing over and over again. When the universe sent two sobering wake-up calls, she knew a change was in order. She started Live Love by Design to help women live their best lives and get off of the treadmill we often find...


Oct 23, 2018

After enduring immense tragedy and unspeakable grief, two people find love where they least expect it. With Saving Each Other, first-time author Stacy Mitchell has created a story that has readers laughing and crying. In fact, after her initial publication, she used reader feedback to make some critical changes that...


Oct 16, 2018

Mothers across the country are terrified every time their son pulls out of the parking lot or backs out of the driveway. The possibility of him encountering the police leaves them quaking in their shoes. After years as an emergency medicine physician, Dr. Geoffrey Mount Varner had seen enough. He wrote Home Alive: 11...