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Quarantine Day 35

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Release Date: 04/13/2020

Tacha Kasper, Fiercely Resilient show art Tacha Kasper, Fiercely Resilient

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Tacha is a childhood abuse survivor, is a recent Triple Negative breast cancer survivor, and has battled Interstitial Cystitis for 15 years. She quit her job in corporate America and went back to school to get her master’s. She became a licensed clinical marriage and family psychotherapist and a Resilience Coach. Her mission and passion is to make mental health support and education accessible and convenient for those with chronic health issues. She is the founder/CEO of Resilient Life Institute LLC.

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Queen Maree, Phorbe show art Queen Maree, Phorbe

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Queen Maree was homeless for the first 17 years of her life. She slept in shelters, motels, hotels, park benches, and on the streets. Finally, when she was accepted into Chapman University, she moved into her own room with her own bed, and officially broke her cycle of homelessness. She is the founder of Phorbe (pronounced 4-B), a blog to uplift, motivate, and inspire Queens across the globe to reach beyond the hardships of life and step towards their greatest dreams and goals.

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Sherrie McMullen, Becoming A Mom At 43 show art Sherrie McMullen, Becoming A Mom At 43

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

When Sherrie was 43 years old, she gave birth to her daughter Addison. Although it was worth it in the end, the road to motherhood was not an easy one. Even though Sherrie had under gone two surgeries to make it possible to become pregnant at her age, she still wasn’t having any success to conceive naturally. So, she had to go through a stressful period of taking IVF’s and IUI’s, putting a strain on not only her finances, but her relationships as well.

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Jera Richardson, The Drop show art Jera Richardson, The Drop

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

After graduating college early, Jera Richardson took a corporate job in Kansas City. She liked her coworkers and her bosses…but she just felt like she was stuck in a prison working from 7 to 5 every day. She eventually followed her passion in real estate, quit her job in corporate America, became an entrepreneur, and is the host of the Like To Know It Podcast.

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Laura Cariello, Mind Strong  show art Laura Cariello, Mind Strong

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

When Laura was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, she was relieved, because she finally had the name to the mysterious disease that was quickly impairing her vision and changing her body. Although, some days were a challenge just getting out of bed, Laura decided that she was sick and tired of being sick and tired. She inspires others to shift perspective – whether with MS or not – and to conquer whatever challenges life throws out at them.

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Eileen Doyon, Unforgettable Faces and Stories show art Eileen Doyon, Unforgettable Faces and Stories

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Eileen wasn’t a stranger to death growing up, but when her dad died from lung cancer in 2011, her world shattered. In her grief, she wrote her first book as a way to heal. When it became a success, she decided to make a book series about honoring those who have passed on, with a special focus on first responders and veterans. Her latest children’s book, ‘Lucky…Little Guy, BIG Mission’, is about a puppy that no one wanted because of his twisted leg, but one Army Veteran saw potential in him.

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Natasha Sattler, Sh*t Adults Never Taught Us show art Natasha Sattler, Sh*t Adults Never Taught Us

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

When the pandemic hit the U.S., Natasha suddenly had a lot of free time on her hands. In her many Happy Hour Zoom calls with friends, Natasha realized that the average 20-something year old was thrust into adulthood without a manual. Taxes, 401K’s, and signing up for health insurances were all something that young adults had to learn the hard way. So, she sat down and wrote Shit Adults Never Taught Us, a book that outlines all the absolute crucial life skills we should know, but were never taught in schoo

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Taylor Higgins, Between The Stitching show art Taylor Higgins, Between The Stitching

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Taylor fell so hard for her ex-boyfriend when she started dating him that she didn’t catch the early warning signs of his erratic behavior. The relationship moved fast, but she didn’t question it because he seemed so different than other guys. Eventually her relationship became one steeped in emotional abuse, manipulation, and gaslighting. She wrote down her experiences at the time and eventually turned that journal into a book, 'Between The Stitching'.

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Hege Kristoffersen, Femnifique  show art Hege Kristoffersen, Femnifique

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Hege is a singer/songwriter and a survivor of emotional abuse. She felt trapped in her toxic relationship and even when she finally left him, it took her time to get her ‘power’ back. She found healing through her music and developed a passion to help others. She created Femnifique, a coaching service to empower and inspire women everywhere to develop their inner leadership, to grow in confidence, resilience and grace, by harnessing the power of the divine feminine energy.

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Laura Byrnes, Australian Race Car Driver show art Laura Byrnes, Australian Race Car Driver

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Laura is a first-generation racer - the first in her family to race. Laura competed in her first race at age 11 and never looked back, even when her parents were slightly hesitant in the beginning. In a sport that is heavily dominated by men, Laura is one of the few women to be racing. In her rookie season of Late Model Racing - the pinnacle of speedway sedan racing worldwide - she finished 2nd overall in the Winter Series, and is currently competing in the Pro Dirt Series.

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It’s Day 35 of the Great Quarantine of 2020 and Paola is recording this episode inside her closet full of clothes she was once going to wear to the social events that have now been cancelled. She takes this moment to reflect on how we can control our anxiety levels and what we should be doing to stay sane in this trying time.

Join us for our 10 Week Accountability Group, an online course to train us to keep our mind, body, and spirits aligned with our core values.

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