Have you ever been so excited about something that you just can’t keep it in one second longer? That’s exactly how I’ve been feeling for the last month or so. I’ve decided it’s high time I quit hiding and begin talking about what I’ve been working on.
So, deep breath and omgomgomgomgomg here it goes… 🙈
Toward the end of 2017, after giving myself the space to process all of the changes that were taking shape in my life, I began to think about what I wanted to spend my time on in 2018. I feel deeply called to be a positive force in an often negative world, and know that I am here to serve on a much deeper level than I have up until now.
When I really gave myself permission to answer that call, I was more than a little surprised by what came up. But, as it turns out, it is exactly what I need to be focusing my time and energy on.
What is IT?
A podcast (!!) that will focus on understanding and embracing the magical in the mundane, everyday moments of life. I’m calling it Some Kind of Magic and will be launching it in
early March mid-February.
And you know what?
It already feels like magic.
I’ve had the opportunity to speak with some of the most incredible women already — women like Kyshira Moffett, Annabelle Needles, Rebecca Scritchfield, Sage B. Hobbs, Kelly J. Covert, Sheena Yap Chan, and Jenn Hand. I officially have 8 episodes (plus the intro this-is-what-the-podcast-is-about episode) ready to go for launch-time with another 10 or so on the calendar to record.
To say that I’m blown away by the conversations I’ve had with the women mentioned above is an understatement. I have learned so. damn. much. already from these interviews and cannot wait to share them with you.
I’m almost tempted to ignore my launch plan and just share them now.
So, consider this your official invitation to be a part of the show from the beginning. And if there is anyone you think I should connect with or any topics you’d like for me to cover (either through an interview or on my own), please let me know!
As always, thank you for being such a supporter of all that I do. I am so honored to share the journey with you.