A podcast talking with the everyday rural and remote women, how these women got to where they are today (their life journey). Getting to know the people in your community and what brought them to living on the land. Listening to these stories will hopefully connect anyone living remotely and to know that everyone has a story to share. Presented by Angie Nisbet, a born and raised country woman who has lived a diverse life taking her all over the country and into lots of different jobs to were she is today.
Married to the Land - Jade Andrews
For anyone living where you work and working where you live can be hard, but for my guest today her motto is "you just get on with it". She has worked alongside her husband on some of the biggest cattle properties in the NT and now calling home at Roebuck Plains on the North West coast of Western Australia. Welcome Jade Andrews.
Follow Jade @jadeandrews81 and her business @i_cant_blow_glass
Jades's Instagram suggestions @fnnylumsden @silverbydiamond
Married to the Land- Shona Larkin
A woman of many talents there's not much this mother of four doesn't excel at, outside in the paddock behind a mob of cattle, teaching her 3 children via SODE, or getting out for a run with her children trailing behind her. A fourth-generation farmer you would say that the bush life is in her DNA and she loves it. Welcome Shona Larkin.
Follow Shona @lifeofthelarkins and her business @simplylittlehandmadesoycandles
Shona's Instagram suggestions @the_margarita_mum @rachael_finch @staystrongmummy
Married to the Land- Jade Lord
My guest today lives on a remote cattle property north of Richmond in QLD. She is a wife, mother of two beautiful boys as well as works on their property with her husband Niko. Jade is also a qualified yoga teacher and runs her own online yoga and meditation platform. A Brisbane girl who met her husband on the TV show Farmer Wants a Wife and has never looked back. Welcome Jade Lord
Married to the Land -Sophie Elliott
Life is a crazy journey and you never know what cards you will be dealt, especially living rurally. For my guest today life has done just that, now calling home in the remote area of the gulf at Hells Gate Roadhouse and property, situated between Doomagee and Barroloola alongside her partner Scott and two children Peggie and Kip. Welcome Sophie Elliott.
Instagram @hellsgateroadhouseqld or @sophielil
Sophie's Instagram picks @saltbushstretch @yoga.rites.outback @sober_in_the_country
A podcast made for rural, regional and remote women, their stories on how they became Married to the Land. Stay tuned Married to the Land is launching soon!
Welcome to the podcast 'Married to the Land'. Join your host Angie Nisbet as she sits down and chats to your everyday rural, regional and remote women from the land. These women will not be the usual suspects, they are rather the everyday women who have unique, untold stories to share. And you may be pleasantly surprised, as some of those special ladies will mostly likely be someone's neighbour, the interesting little lady down the road or mum's whose path may be simple to them, but trust me, are more interesting then we could imagine.
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Love it angie!
I love listening to all of these stories! So good, well done love x
Loving your podcast, I’m a farmers wife & thoroughly enjoy listening to other woman’s stories xx