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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!

Sep 10, 2019

The Women's Bean Project (http://www.womensbeanproject.com) creates and sells quality foods while providing women in need with jobs on a path to self-sufficiency. CEO Tamra Ryan and go beyond giving women a job. They also provide life skill and job-readiness training. In other words, they help provide the women they...


Aug 27, 2019

Connie Habash (https://www.awakeningself.com) is an interfaith minister. She searched a number of religions and realized that major religions have several major concepts in common. We talk about those commonalities and religion can unite instead of divide. We also talk about the release of her new book, Awakening From...


Aug 27, 2019

Kristen Karma knew what she wanted to do at a young age. As a teenager, she made the decision to pursue music and never looked back. On the eve of releasing her new single, Dear John, a tribute to her dad, she stops by to talk about her career, her passion for music and how she got where she is today!

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Aug 20, 2019

Best of Triple F! - Original Upload Date: November 27, 2018

The Camino de Santiago is a 500-mile walk starting in France and ending in Spain. Jennifer Johnson made the whole life-changing walk and now takes others on an abbreviated (just over 100 mile) Camino. Some walk to work through issues like grief or health. For...


Aug 13, 2019

Best of Triple F! - Original Upload Date: November 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...