20 episodes

Letters to our Yesterday is a podcast that was inspired by strong women. I believe that one of the greatest strengths women have are each other. We often support, guide, encourage and inspire each other. Throughout this podcast I will be speaking to many extra-ordinary women about their life journey and together we will explore what advice they would give their younger self.
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Letters to our Yesterday Karyn Sepulveda

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 14 Ratings

Letters to our Yesterday is a podcast that was inspired by strong women. I believe that one of the greatest strengths women have are each other. We often support, guide, encourage and inspire each other. Throughout this podcast I will be speaking to many extra-ordinary women about their life journey and together we will explore what advice they would give their younger self.
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    A Life of Many Paths

    A Life of Many Paths

    This is my second interview with Suzie Crozier, a personal trainer and marriage celebrant. We chat about the challenges of running your own business, how we can follow our intuition to ensure we are on the right path and Suzie helps me wrap up this final episode of Letters To My Yesterday! My heart is full of gratitude to every guest and listener - thank you for sharing in this journey xo
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    • 22 min
    Finding our Place in the World (& the gentle healing of Reiki)

    Finding our Place in the World (& the gentle healing of Reiki)

    Sarah moved to Australia from the UK seven years ago. She has worked as a beauty therapist for many years, though recently took the brave step to open her own business, The Retreat Room. Sarah incorporates Reiki (a gentle form of energy healing) into many of her holistic treatments and has found it works especially well to provide women with the care and nurturing they often don’t receive. We chat about the importance of sometimes putting ourselves first and Sarah explains how Reiki can work for many different people.
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    • 25 min
    A Creative Surgeon

    A Creative Surgeon

    Inda grew up in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia. She studied medicine in the UK, before settling in Australia after meeting her husband, a fellow doctor. Having her daughter four years ago changed Inda’s view of her career and she recently stepped back from the fast-paced world of surgical training to take a year off. This year, she is pursuing (and enjoying) her creative passions of writing and art to the fullest.
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    • 29 min
    Sharing The Dignity

    Sharing The Dignity

    Rochelle Courtenay is the founder and managing director of Australian Charity, Share the Dignity. We chat about how she began the charity four years ago after learning that homeless women were going without basic sanitary items during their menstrual cycle. Rochelle was shocked and decided to do something about it. This incredible charity, with a team of over 4000 volunteers, aims to share the dignity with homeless and at-risk women. The charity’s core belief is that all women matter and deserve dignity and justice.
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    • 19 min
    The Heart of a Story

    The Heart of a Story

    Maya Linnell is an Australian author who lives in rural Victoria. Her debut novel, Wildflower Ridge, published by Allen and Unwin was released in June and has been climbing the Australian fiction charts since. Maya was surrounded by books and writing from a young age and began her career as a journalist. We chat about her writing journey as well as her other loves; baking and gardening. Maya’s letter to her younger self is a heartfelt message about hope through the difficulty of facing mental health.
    To find out more about Maya and her novel Wildflower Ridge visit her website www.mayalinnell.com You can also follow her journey on Instagram @maya.linnell.writes or Facebook @maya.linnell.author

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    • 29 min
    A Journey to Self-Love

    A Journey to Self-Love

    Banu Sekendur was born in Turkey and lived through a difficult childhood before moving to the United States. After suffering a traumatic break-up she became so unwell she ended up in the emergency department. Following this dark night of the soul, Banu moved to Hawaii and spent time healing and rebuilding herself. We chat about her difficult journey and the deep understandings she has gained about self-love.
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    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

RK Ryde ,

Inspiring and motivational

This is such a beautiful podcast. I love listening to Karyn and her gentle way of interviewing interesting, strong women with such amazing insights.

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