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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!

Jan 11, 2022

It's 2022! And changes have come to Fun Feisty Fabulous! Jean has stepped down as co-host (although she will be back on occasion). So, Karyn is going it alone. In addition to the new logo and theme music, the show is also moving from weekly to bi-monthly (new shows uploaded every 2nd and 4th Tuesday).

And this short...

Nov 9, 2021

Dr. Rachel Wellner has released a series of children’s book, following Dr. Roo, an MD who happens to be a kangaroo, and her animal friends as they encourage kids to make safe and happy choices. Her latest book is Doctoroo & The Case of the Hacking Hippo. Hand washing plays a critical role in the story and is vital –...

Jul 28, 2020

Best of Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! – Originally uploaded 5/19/2020

About to start a career as a coach, Debbie Roppolo was excited about this new and exciting step in her life. Then a road raging driver, sent her careening into oncoming traffic. With over 200 stitches, and having lost the use of her right arm, her...

Jul 14, 2020

Best of Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! – Originally uploaded 3/6/2019

When you have been in the dating game as long as Karyn and Jean have, it does seem like a bit of a jungle out there. But Angeline Hart, author of Gorillas Make Great Lovers, has categorized 12 types of men (all with appropriate animal names). She teaches...

May 12, 2020

Food addiction, like any addiction, is about doing something that numbs pain and produces pleasure. Yet, after a while, a point comes when the activity brings less pleasure than it originally did. Author Bracha Goetz says the solution is to seek more and deeper pleasure. She is clear that it isn’t the hedonistic...