Episode 115 – Celebrating Children with a Birthday Wish

Jane Hoffman believes that children in foster care need to be supported and celebrated. Jane is the founder of A Birthday Wish,  which provides the platform for people to grant a birthday wish to children in New Jersey foster care. On today’s episode, Jane talks...

Episode 86: Life is a Transition

Felicia Haecker is as inspirational as they come: originally a military brat, Felicia then signed up to the forces for herself and spent 12 years in the USAF (where she also met her husband). Once both Felicia and her husband made the decision to leave, they bought a...

Episode 72: The Last Cut

Having already survived cancer at the age of 21, Samantha was positively diagnosed with the BRCA1 gene in her mid-twenties. In 2008 Samantha Paige chose to go down the route of a preemptive double mastectomy. Following what society ‘believed’ was...

Episode 61: More Than A Label

Courtney Brown is the CEO of multi-million dollar fashion brand, Cents of Style; and is also a wife and Mom of 3 – which is her favorite title, but she is also so much more than any of these labels. Courtney wants every woman to see that each of them are more than the...

Episode 53: Magic and Volcanoes

Kit and Rose Volcano are exactly what their name says: a volcano duo! From moving to another country; travelling the world; learning to become yoga instructors; enrolling in a program to become coaches, to now teaching other healers how to leave scarcity mode behind...

Episode 50: Millennial Homemaker

‘Homemaker’ doesn’t mean the return of the 1950s housewife, but something else entirely. Jaclyn explains just what a millennial homemaker is, and how this is smashing the gender bias and preconceived idea of what a ‘homemaker’ is. Any millennial can be a homemaker....