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
Nicole Antoinette on Pain, Self Reliance, and Completing a 460-Mile Solo Backpacking Trip
If you’ve listened to this show in the past, you’re already familiar with what we do here. Each season, I sit down with 8 different people – everyone from athletes, writers, and entrepreneurs to parents, life coaches, artists, and many others – to open up about the truth of what’s really going on in our lives. We go deep on all the behind-the-scenes stuff – like our daily routines, guilty pleasures, regrets, fears, current struggles, goal-setting systems, self-care practices, and more.
Today is a special bonus episode for you, one that I’m releasing between season 6 and season 7 of the regular show, and it’s a bit different from our regular style.
As you already know if you’ve been in my corner of the internet for a while, I recently got home from a 460-mile solo backpacking trip.
So today, instead of bringing you a long-form conversation between me and a guest, I’ll be answering listener questions all about the hike! So it’s just me today, doing my best to give honest answers to all of your questions about this adventure. I’ll share why I went on the hike in the first place, what I was hoping to get out of it, what I ate, what the lowest and highest moments were, what surprised me, what I learned about myself, advice for anyone else who is considering a similar adventure, and more.
I hope you enjoy it!