Real Talk Radio with Nicole Antoinette
About This Show
Real Talk Radio is the home of unfiltered conversations. Nicole Antoinette - writer and recovering perfectionist - sits down with a wide range of people (athletes, writers, entrepreneurs, parents, coaches, spiritual teachers, artists, and more) to dive into the truth of what’s really going on in their lives. You know, all that juicy behind the scenes stuff, like fears, secret dreams, guilty pleasures, self-care practices, and day-to-day routines - not to mention a deep look into what it takes to get from where we are to where we want to be. The goal is for each episode to feel like a sigh of relief, reminding you that we’re all just doing the best we can, and that no matter what we’re in this together. For more information and show notes, visit http://nicoleantoinette.com/podcast.
Most Recent Episode
Tammy Strobel on Grief, Gratitude, Good Health, and Living in a Tiny House
Nov 30 16
Tammy Strobel is a writer, photographer, and teacher. She created her blog, RowdyKittens.com, in late 2007 to improve her writing, share her story, and help people go small, think big, and be happy.
Tammy is the creator of A Simple Year, a 12-month course to help you make space for what matters to you.
In 2011, she and her husband, Logan, moved into a tiny house on wheels, where they lived full-time for four years.
In this episode, which I just absolutely loved recording, Tammy and I talk about the decade we’ve both spent sharing our lives online. We discuss online business, setting boundaries, and the damaging myth that everyone working on the internet is making tons of money.
She shares stories from the four years that her and her husband lived in a tiny house, and I get a hilarious crash course in how to use a compost toilet.
But we also talk about deeply personal things – such as body image, alcohol abuse, death, loss, grief, and more. Tammy shares about her dad’s illness and death in 2012, and about the photography project that helped her to move through her grief.
Every moment of this conversation felt moving and real to me, and I’m so delighted to share it with you.