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SheLift Podcast with Sarah Herron
50 minutes | Aug 27, 2018
EP18: Megan Curry – Founder of Curry Girls Kitchen
Megan is living proof that food cures! Before she found a balanced lifestyle the worked for her, she struggled with her health, body image issues, and an eating disorder. After college, and doing her first food cleanse, she decided to take control of her body through the food she chose to fuel it with, and in doing so learned to love herself. Today, Megan is co-founder of Curry Girls Kitchen, a family cooking meal service based out of Southern California. With her mom, Peggy, the Curry Girls are a mother and daughter duo who bring families to the table with their simply delicious recipes. They specialize in family cooking, gluten free living, dietary challenges, and recovery for families of all ages. They believe wholeheartedly that food is love bringing families together and making the kitchen table the heart of every home. They're are all about seasonal, local farm fresh ingredients and they regard taste as being equally paramount to the ingredients they use. They believe simple preparation allows for stress-free, enjoyable cooking, that lets ingredients shine through. They encourage you to slow down, connect with your loved ones, and feel the nourishment and love in food.
58 minutes | Aug 20, 2018
EP17: Jennifer Killian – Founder of AndShesDopeToo
Jennifer Killian was raised in California but truly found herself and her love for the outdoors in Utah. She is the Co-Founder and CEO of AndShesDopeToo, an outdoor women’s collective based in Ogden,UT. She started her journey in 2015 with her husband and business partner Taylor. Her goal was to create a community for women in the outdoors that removed all aspects of comparison and competition. Through Jennifer’s drive and passion, ASDT has become a world-wide brand, hosting multiple large scale camping experiences, intimate backcountry retreats, local meet-ups and The Lady Wild Film Festival. Jennifer enjoys the excitement and unpredictable life of entrepreneurship and gravitates to those who are passionate about making a difference, adventure, and giving back. Her greatest success on top of AndShesDopeToo is being married to her husband of 11 years and their 3 outdoor loving children. AndShesDopeToo was recently awarded an Ogden Heroes Award for Best Community Group in Ogden at the Indie Ogden Awards.
52 minutes | Aug 13, 2018
EP16: Sterling Cates – Writer, Host, Burn Survivor and BFF
Sterling Cates is a writer, host, and podcaster originally from North Carolina, based in Los Angeles. As an advocate for social justice and women's rights, her hope is to share meaningful stories that can cause cultural shifts while inspiring people to be in action. As a burn survivor, her goal is to spread a message of self love and acceptance. As Beyoncé’s number one fan, well nevermind, don’t get her started. Currently, Sterling is a senior associate producer for the Lady Gang TV show. She is formerly a senior writer for PerezHilton.com, host for Afterbuzz TV, and also produces and co-hosts her passion project, the Separation Anxiety Podcast, where she and her long-distance best friend Tricia Cleppe discuss some of life's most pressing issues facing women in their 20’s while hopefully leaving listeners feeling more informed, empowered, and heard.
54 minutes | Aug 6, 2018
EP15: Katie Boué – Outdoor Advocate, Public Land Protector
Katie Boué is a Cuban-American outdoor advocate, climber, writer and social media freelancer. She's based in Salt Lake City, but you're more likely to find her road tripping in the desert, lobbying in DC, or exploring America's public lands. In this episode we talk about the importance of protecting our public lands, impact of social media on our land and everyone's right and responsibility to play in the great outdoors!
59 minutes | Jul 30, 2018
EP14: Naz Perez – Former Bachelor Producer, 'I Don't Get It' co-host & Founder of Heart Broken Anonymous
Naz Perez is a former cast producer from ABC's The Bachelor and Bachelorette. But after listening to countless contestants talk about their own love and heart break, Naz realized it had been years since she had experienced love herself. She left the job she loved – talking about love – in search of her own happy ending. She quickly learned that she really had a knack for listening to people talk about love – even off TV – so she founded Heart Broken Anonymous, a safe space for people to share their stories of heartbreak. The group meets monthly in Los Angeles. Naz is also co-host on the "I Don't Get It" podcast with Ashley and Lauren Iconetti, an entertainment media host and to top it all off... the kinda chick you wanna be best friends with. In this week's episode we talk about... heartbreak, dating as a modern working women, and of course... a little bit about Ashley & Jared
60 minutes | Jul 23, 2018
Michelle Money – Bachelor Fan Favorite, Founder of The Money Method & Mastering Your Money Look
Michelle money a professional hair and makeup stylist, actress, reality TV star, and a health, beauty, and wellness educator. She’s the most loved to hate villain-turned-fan-favorite contestant on The Bachelor. She is putting the real in “reality” and saying it like it is. Michelle has created a community of over 470,000 people who trust her opinion on all things beauty, wellness and health, helping women feel glam & grounded. Michelle is truly passionate about making women feel beautiful and empowered from the inside out. She is re-launching her website + online program; The Money Method & Mastering Your Money Look; which has enrolled over 5,000 women. In this episode, we get into ALL of that, including catching up about Michelle’s inspiring new romance, her 13 year old daughter Brielle, mental health, finances, Brene Brown, Youtube and of course the aftermath of being one of the Bachelor Franchise’s fan-favorite, contestants.
40 minutes | Jul 16, 2018
EP12: Nicole Brown – Founder of Women Who Hike
Nicole Brown is an avid hiker and the founder of the worldwide community organization, @WomenWhoHike. Nicole uses the trail as a means of empowerment and healing amidst having been diagnosed with SLE, systemic erythematosus. Today she is fighting to be in remission all the while summiting mountains and also sharing the stories of other empowered women through @WomenWhoHike social channels and organizing group hikes all over the world for other women hikers. Follow her journey at @im_nicolemarie via Instagram Check out @womenwhohike and become a member and join a local women who hike Facebook group near you via their website, www.womenwhohike.com
55 minutes | Jul 9, 2018
EP11: Sarah Pendrick – Founder of GirlTalk Network
Sarah Pendrick is the Founder and Creator of The GirlTalk Network. Her mission is to empower women of all ages while serving as a resource for young women. Sarah is a self-love advocate, community influencer, life coach, writer, empowerment speaker and Philanthropist. In this episode we talk about walking the walk and what it means to be a women supporting women.
49 minutes | Jul 2, 2018
EP10: Debbie Saroufim - Tough Mama & Powerful Entrepreneur
Debbie Saroufim is a personal trainer, fitness entrepreneur, and mother of two who believes your body is and always has been amazing. She co-founded Tough Mamas to help women of all ages maintain a realistic lifestyle of self-care, both physically and mentally. Tough Mamas doesn’t care about the before and after pics. Working out with Tough Mamas means loving your body, no matter where you are on your journey.
54 minutes | Jun 25, 2018
EP09: Mindy Scheier: Mother, Fashion designer & Founder of Runway of Dreams.
Mindy Scheier is the founder of the nonprofit, Runway of Dreams Foundation. Prior to launching the nonprofit, Mindy spent over 20 years working in fashion as a key member of the design team for the INC collection and stylist for Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City. Mindy’s career path took a new direction when her son Oliver, who has a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy causing physical disabilities, wanted to wear jeans to school like his friends. That night, she used her background in design to adapt a pair that not only met his needs, but increased his confidence. She soon realized that millions of people around the globe were also struggling to access fashionable clothing. She used her experience in fashion to develop modifications — including magnetic closures, adjustability of waistbands, pant and sleeve lengths and alternative ways to get in and out of the clothing — to meet a wide variety of needs within the differently-abled community. After pounding the fashion pavement, Runway of Dreams collaborated with Tommy Hilfiger on the first ever-mainstream adaptive clothing line for kids in Spring 2016. Founded on the basis that clothing is a basic human need, the Runway of Dreams Foundation develops, delivers and supports initiatives to broaden the reach of mainstream adaptive clothing and promote the differently-abled community in the fashion industry.
59 minutes | Jun 18, 2018
EP08: Emma Gray: Feminist, activist, author & Co-Host of Hear To Make Friends Podcast
Emma Gray is a senior reporter focused on women's issues at HuffPost, and the author of "A Girl's Guide To Joining The Resistance." She is also the co-host of the "Bachelor"-themed podcast, "Here To Make Friends," which was named a "must-listen" by The Daily Dot, and has appeared as an expert on the Today Show, Good Morning America, The Insider and Entertainment Tonight. Her work has also appeared in Cosmopolitan, Nylon and Teen Vogue. Emma is an alum of McGill University in Montreal, which is probably why she has such a soft spot for poutine and St. Viateur bagels. In this episode we talk to Emma about the importance of discovering and using your voice, tapping into creative resources and having a feminist conversation about The Bachelor.
64 minutes | Jun 7, 2018
EP07: Danika Brysha: Plus Size Model and Founder of Model Meals & The Brunch Series
Danika, a plus size model, is helping others open up about addiction and body image complexes in an effort to heal through healthily eating and mindfulness coaching. She’s the founder of Model Meals – a healthy home meal delivery business – and the creator of the “Self-Care Check List." She’s touring & bringing her coaching & healthy cooking, to a city near you – as apart of The Brunch Series. In this episode Danika shares with us her secrets to overcoming anxieties and letting go of food-addiction.
41 minutes | Jun 7, 2018
EP06: Brianna Madia: Storyteller & Van-Dweller
Brianna Madia, powerful rock climber, backpacker, and kayaker, also lives her in van! Leaving a traditional ‘stationary home’ lifestyle, is a tough decision and in this episode she gets real about the joys and struggles she experiences out in on the road.
63 minutes | May 21, 2018
EP05: Lauren Scruggs Kennedy – Amputee, Author & Fashion Blogger
After a tragic accident that left Lauren Scruggs in the hospital without her left arm and the loss of her eye, life took an inspiring twist. Wanting to share her story and inspire others, Lauren became a two-time published author and the founder of the LSK Foundation. Today, Lauren is married to Jason Kennedy of E! News and shares her love, her love for philanthropy and love for good clothes to her blog; a modern lifestyle blog – rooted in balance.
56 minutes | May 16, 2018
EP04: Lesley Murphy – Blogging, Bachelor & Boobs
You may remember Lesley Murphy from season 17 of The Bachelor, and more recently for winning the key to Dean’s apartment on Bachelor Winter Games. But during her five year sabbatical from Bachelor Nation, Lesley has been blazing the trail as one of the first Instagram influencers to make us envious with wanderlust and world experiences. Today, Lesley joins the SheLift podcast to talk about women’s health, living out of her suitcase, and traveling with purpose.
66 minutes | May 14, 2018
EP03: Jen Hudak – 2x World Champion Skier & SheLift Mentor
Not only was Jen Hudak our official ski mentor on the recent heLift Ski Retreat, she is a 2-time X-Games gold medalist and 2-time world champion halfpipe skier, a finalist on CBS’s most recent season of The Amazing Race, a SheLift board member, and a role model. Jen has retired from skiing professionally after her father’s passing and a series of injuries, but she’s now using her passions and experience as a coach and mentor to help others push past self-limiting beliefs and live an extraordinary life.
64 minutes | May 7, 2018
EP02: Olivia Caridi – Bachelor "Bad Girl"
You may remember her as the “villain” from Ben Higgin’s season of The Bachelor. But Olivia Caridi is setting the record straight, defying her reality TV show reputation and capturing the hearts of listeners nation wide. Olivia joins the SheLift podcast to talk about mental health, moving to a new city, and her podcast, Mouthing Off, available.... everywhere.
50 minutes | Apr 30, 2018
EP01: Jenna Kutcher – Inspiration Sensation
The small-town Wisconsin photographer and podcaster, turned viral inspiration sensation, Jenna Kutcher joins us for the launch of the SheLift Podcast. We’re talking all the things like her marriage to “Mr. Six-Pack,” her mission to normalize conversations about fertility, familiarize media with all body types and inspire compassion through creativity.
3 minutes | Apr 21, 2018
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