11 episodes

Hosted by Viv Kruckow of Rust Creative, Rhythm & Words explores the rhythm of women in their twenties. Each week, Viv dives deep with a special guest, sharing stories of the joys, lessons and journeys that we experience as twenty-somethings in the world today.

Rhythm & Words Vivienne Kruckow

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 13 Ratings

Hosted by Viv Kruckow of Rust Creative, Rhythm & Words explores the rhythm of women in their twenties. Each week, Viv dives deep with a special guest, sharing stories of the joys, lessons and journeys that we experience as twenty-somethings in the world today.

    In Retrospect: Reflecting on Money in Your Twenties with Emma Lewis of Canvast

    In Retrospect: Reflecting on Money in Your Twenties with Emma Lewis of Canvast

    On today's episode (the season finale!), host Viv Kruckow chats to police officer and founder of Canvast, the dateless yearly planner for boss women, Emma Lewis. We dive deep into all things money in your twenties, and the reality of ticking the boxes.

    We hope you love this episode as much as we do. Emma shares openly about her experiences with money from childhood through to her thirties, giving us real dollar values of what she spent and saved in order to achieve her big goals. We also chat about launching a product-based business, what you should consider before buying a property, and the sacrifices that come with saving.

    Please note that neither Emma or myself are financial advisors - we are, however, women who share their personal experiences with money and offer advice based on what we've learnt as humans existing in this crazy world.

    For more information on Emma and the brilliant work she does, you can head to Canvast's website or Instagram.

    Find us on the internet:
    🌊 Instagram
    🌊 Website (a major WIP)
    🌊 Rhythm & Women (FB Group)

    If you, or another twenty-something woman you know, would like to get involved in future episodes, please reach out via email.

    To book a coaching session with Viv, head to Rust Creative or to see more of her work, you can browse on vivkruckow.com.

    Beautiful branding by Jasmine Dowling ❤️

    • 59 min
    A Guide to Moving to a New City in Your Twenties with Lucy Green of Homebody Club

    A Guide to Moving to a New City in Your Twenties with Lucy Green of Homebody Club

    On today's episode, host Viv Kruckow chats to digital marketing and community specialist, writer and founder of Homebody Club, Lucy Green. We dive deep into moving to a new city in your twenties and all the self work and logistics that comes with it. Moving to a new city or town, at any age, is a wildly exciting and scary time, that often takes us by surprise.

    We hope you love this episode as much as we do. Lucy shares the story of moving from Adelaide to Melbourne by herself at 21 in pursuit of her dream career. We also chat about the reality of moving, what you need to consider when moving interstate, the debate of taking your belongings or starting fresh, making friends and connections in a new city and tackling loneliness.

    Oh, and Lucy shares some excellent tips and behind the scenes of building a thriving online community like hers at Homebody Club, how much work goes into it (hint: a LOT) and how she's taken her online connections IRL.

    For more information on Lucy and the brilliant work she does, you can head to Homebody Club's website or Instagram.

    Find us on the internet:
    🌊 Instagram
    🌊 Website (a major WIP)
    🌊 Rhythm & Women (FB Group)

    If you, or another twenty-something woman you know, would like to get involved in future episodes, please reach out via email.

    To book a coaching session with Viv, head to Rust Creative.

    Beautiful branding by Jasmine Dowling ❤️

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Writing a Book in Your Twenties with Steph Doyle of The Soul Echo

    Writing a Book in Your Twenties with Steph Doyle of The Soul Echo

    On today's episode, host Viv Kruckow chats to photographer, speaker, podcast host and mentor, Steph Doyle. We dive deep into writing a book in your twenties and all the inner work that comes with it. Writing a book, or writing anything really, can be incredibly cathartic, but it can also bring up a lot of old energy, thoughts and feelings that can be hard to tap into.

    We hope you love this episode as much as we do. Steph shares openly about losing her mum to suicide as a teenager and how that shaped the trajectory of her twenties. We also chat about writing a memoir in your twenties, working with a book coach, overcoming shame, fear and limiting beliefs, and why we want to hear from more women our age.

    For more information on Steph and the brilliant work she does, you can head to her website or Instagram.

    As promised, here's some resources and love for those who might need it.

    Those who can help:
    Beyond Blue
    Lifeline Australia
    Headspace (supporting 12 - 25 year olds)

    Books and authors we recommend:
    Everywhere I Look - Helen Garner
    Eggshell Skull - Bri Lee
    How to Fail - Elizabeth Day
    Everything I Know About Love - Dolly Alderton
    Hannah Orenstein (brilliant writing BTS)

    Find us on the internet:
    🌊 Instagram
    🌊 Website (a major WIP)
    🌊 Rhythm & Women (FB Group)

    If you, or another twenty-something woman you know, would like to get involved in future episodes, please reach out via email.

    To book a coaching session with Viv, head to Rust Creative.

    Beautiful branding by Jasmine Dowling ❤️

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Learning to Live & Thrive with Anxiety with Lillian Gordon

    Learning to Live & Thrive with Anxiety with Lillian Gordon

    Season 1, Episode 8: Lillian Gordon

    On today's episode, host Viv Kruckow chats to graphic designer and website developer, Lillian Gordon. We dive deep into social anxiety and what that looks like for Lillian as a twenty something. Social anxiety manifests differently for every human, and Lillian did a beautiful job sharing her experience with it.

    We hope you love this episode as much as we do. Lillian shares candidly about when she first realised she had social anxiety, her experience with seeking professional help, the barriers between patients and modern medicine, the magic of Headspace, starting a business with social anxiety, and how we can be better allies.

    For more information on Lillian and the brilliant work she does, you can head to her website or Instagram.

    Find us on the internet:
    🌊 Instagram
    🌊 Website (a major WIP)
    🌊 Rhythm & Women (FB Group)

    If you, or another twenty-something woman you know, would like to get involved in future episodes, please reach out via email.

    To book a coaching session with Viv, head to Rust Creative.

    Beautiful branding by Jasmine Dowling ❤️

    • 53 min
    Loving Your Body, Just As It Is with Hannah Goodfellow

    Loving Your Body, Just As It Is with Hannah Goodfellow

    On today's episode, host Viv Kruckow chats to self-love and confidence coach, Hannah Goodfellow. We dive deep into body acceptance and confidence and what that looks like on a day to day basis. Both Hannah and Viv have had complicated relationships with their bodies growing up, and share vulnerably in this conversation.

    We hope you love this episode as much as we do. No stone is left unturned as we discuss learning to accept our bodies, why the fashion industry needs to ditch sizing, wearing a bikini at the beach, and how we can be more kind to ourselves.

    For more information on Hannah and the brilliant work she does, you can head to her website or Instagram.

    Find us on the internet:
    🌊 Instagram
    🌊 Website (a major WIP)
    🌊 Rhythm & Women (FB Group)

    If you, or another twenty-something woman you know, would like to get involved in future episodes, please reach out via email.

    To book a coaching session with Viv, head to Rust Creative.

    Beautiful branding by Jasmine Dowling ❤️

    • 49 min
    In Anticipation: Dreaming of Your Twenties with Georgia Press

    In Anticipation: Dreaming of Your Twenties with Georgia Press

    On today's episode, host Viv Kruckow chats to university student and former biz owner, Georgia Press, for a special 'In Anticipation' episode. We dive deep into predicting, comparing and dreaming of our twenties and teens. At the time of recording Georgia was 18 and, less than 24 hours beforehand, had decided to close her successful jewellery business, Barnu (woah).

    We hope you love this episode as much as we do. In this conversation, we chat about the pressure deciding on your future at 17, dating as a Gen Z, travelling, running a business, and what Georgia hopes to get out of her twenties. I have so much respect and awe for this girl - she's definitely one to watch.

    For more information on Georgia and the brilliant work she does, you can head to her Instagram.

    Find us on the internet:
    🌊 Instagram
    🌊 Website (a major WIP)
    🌊 Rhythm & Women (FB Group)

    If you, or another twenty-something woman you know, would like to get involved in future episodes, please reach out via email.

    To book a coaching session with Viv, head to Rust Creative.

    Beautiful branding by Jasmine Dowling ❤️

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Stephamyjane ,

A source of light and inspiration! ⚡️

This podcast is magic in my ears and a big hug for my soul. It offers me so much insight and guidance for my own business and life. Viv is an incredible host, with such delightful and powerful energy which just adds more sparkle to this podcast!

Amitycreated ,

Hooked from the first episode!

I LOVE the vibe of this podcast. So relatable and so much value. Can’t wait to hear more ❤️

FindingFoodFreedom ,

One Episode and I Love It Already

Only one episode in and already I’m hooked. I found the conversation flowed beautifully and despite being aimed towards women in their 20’s this conversation was relevant to anyone of any age. A must listen.

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