New Interviews at Coach Daddy and SheBreathes

Hi, everyone! I’m here to share not just one recent interview I’ve done, but TWO. πŸ™‚

First up is a #GirlsRock interview with Eli at Coach Daddy. The #GirlsRock series is dedicated to highlighting women who are doing amazing things and making the world a better place. Some of the women Eli has interviewed in the past include journalists, podcasters, TV reporters, and musicians / artists. So I’m honored – and psyched! – to be featured on Eli’s blog again. (I wrote this guest post for Coach Daddy back in 2015.) We talk about my editing / writing coaching business Heart of the Story, poetry, and my one piece of advice for women who enjoy writing.

Click here to read my #GirlsRock interview at Coach Daddy.

Also, I appeared at SheBreathes’ blog for a Game Changer interview a couple weeks ago. SheBreathes is a local balance and wellness studio that empowers women with its wide range of offerings, from yoga and meditation classes to career coaching, personal development, and writing workshops. (I read my work at their first open mic night back in February.) Some of their questions touch on Heart of the Story, but my favorites were ones that revolved around SheBreathes’ niche, like my go-to self-care methods, what “mantra” I use to ground myself, and what advice I’d give to my younger self.

Click here to read my Game Changer interview at SheBreathes.

Feel free to leave a comment at the Coach Daddy interview. As for the SheBreathes interview, how would you answer some of the same questions? For example, who was your role model(s) when you were growing up? What advice would you give to your younger self? Or, what book did you read recently that’s still lingering with you?

7 thoughts on “New Interviews at Coach Daddy and SheBreathes

  1. Great interviews and great advice too. I really like this one from the SheBReathes interview: “Sometimes people might not understand why you do what you do – and that’s OK. Don’t define your life by trying to make others happy. Put your own happiness first.”
    I just completed You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero and she says something similar. It’s something I’m working more on these days.

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    • Thanks, Zezee! πŸ™‚

      And yeah, that lesson from SheBreathes that you mentioned is something I’m still learning over and over again. Maybe it’s because I grew up a people pleaser and was afraid of doing things that upset the people I care about. Sometimes that fear still gnaws at me, but it’s growing less and less noticeable as time goes on.

      I just put You Are a Badass on my to-read shelf on Goodreads. I love the title! LOL But it also sounds like the kind of nonfiction book I’d read. Thanks for mentioning it!

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      • You’re welcome. πŸ™‚
        Same here. It’s something I’m working on too. It’s easy/hard depending on the circumstance.
        The audiobook is great, if you’d rather try it. But since I want to reread certain passages, I bought the book.


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