One amazing benefit of electronic media for us women is that it connects us to amazing women all over the world and creates a platform to share and learn from a treasure chest of valuable experiences.
It is not unusual to get lost in the ‘motions’ of your life and believe: that no one else but you have gone through, goes through your situation, has it bad the way you do, can understand your journey or share in your joys and in your ebb as well.
Happy to break it to you that we understand, we go through, have gone through similar rough waters, calm seas and been back again. And we get to share this with you through podcasts(Ecclesiastes 1:9).
Not only that, podcasts are a girl’s best friend; Listening to other women share their tips, spill the tea, give you the trick of the trade on all subjects is definitely uplifting and empowering.
So we have one question for you; what are you doing now? Because its podcast time and you should listen to
A Letter to Our Teenage Selves by Black Girl in OM
This is highly recommended for the woman seeking self-confidence, healing and attunement. Black Girl in Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory will share with you their journey to embracing their individuality and owning it, not seeking affirmation in others, embracing the word No, steps to achieving clarity of purpose and so much more.
This podcast is rich girl, a dish well-prepared!
Don’t Feed Your Fraud by Lori Harder
One thing about Lori’s podcasts is her ability to project her personality (energy) into her podcasts which I find delightful. She would trick you into believing you guys are fast friends. She is lovely to listen to, very engaging and most of all welcoming.
In this episode Lori touches on feeding your higher visions and not the negatives in your life. How important it is to acknowledge your humanity, and still work at improving your life.
You should really find somewhere quiet, put on your headset, get comfortable, click on the link and just enjoy.
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