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Every week Sarah Starrs interviews an inspiring women about the nitty gritty of how she lives with passion and purpose. We dive deep into our journeys, the obstacles we’ve overcome, what’s working for us, and what isn’t. We’re totally honest about what we’re learning, what our daily rituals look like, and what we’re struggling with. We don’t shy away from the hard stuff and we really go into it all: spirituality, personal development, magic, routines, career, friendship, relationships, sexuality, and so much more. This isn’t about preachy self-help or self-improvement. It’s about self-acceptance and talking about the things that matter to us. Formerly called Punk Rock Personal Development.

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    • Health
    • 4.8, 24 Ratings

Every week Sarah Starrs interviews an inspiring women about the nitty gritty of how she lives with passion and purpose. We dive deep into our journeys, the obstacles we’ve overcome, what’s working for us, and what isn’t. We’re totally honest about what we’re learning, what our daily rituals look like, and what we’re struggling with. We don’t shy away from the hard stuff and we really go into it all: spirituality, personal development, magic, routines, career, friendship, relationships, sexuality, and so much more. This isn’t about preachy self-help or self-improvement. It’s about self-acceptance and talking about the things that matter to us. Formerly called Punk Rock Personal Development.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

AlexisEBP ,

A Thought-Provoking Honest and Relatable Podcast

Listening to these interviews, I really love the sense of connection that Sarah develops with her interviewees and her audience.

I love that Sarah sounds so honest and upfront about her life and the challenges that many of us face, especially those of us who are HSPs, or who have struggled with burnout.

The conversations about experiences of the body and pregnancy have been really fascinating, because I am a pre and postnatal coach, budding doula, and a mum. I find the discussion about allowing yourself to go quiet when you need to, to do your creative work when you need to, and to not just keep trying to do everything you have always done, and pregnancy, and motherhood on top of it all. I feel like when I had my three little ones, and aargh especially when I had three under four years of age, that I would have benefited so much from hearing these feelings aired and the acknowledgement of 'having cycles and seasons'.

The open discussion about how to balance wellbeing, nurturing others, doing the work you love, and nurturing yourself is so important if we are to effect a cultural sea change in the way that our society views women, women's work, and working women, with attitudes to pregnancy and motherhood being an inherent part of this shift.

I especially loved the interview with Sarah Peck the other week, and the metaphor she used around labour and birth, and having a time to push being only a short period within the process. It struck me deeply how the way that birth is managed by some caregivers, is very much mirrored by our broader society in an obsession with measurement, auditing, analysing, and pushing relentlessly forward, rather than making space for resting, pleasure, natural rates of development, and breathing through it all.

I could rave all day about how beneficial I think that the sharing of these ideas is, but I shan't. I'll just say THANKYOU and this is WONDERFUL.

I fully recommend the Girl Gang podcast!

bertyc ,

Thank you!

This podcast always teaches me something new, helps me reflect, is inspiring and helps focus on some great ways to learn and evolve.

Thanks Sarah - this podcast is so good to listen to!

Fran VD ,

Love it!

This podcast is wonderful. There's a great range of really authentic conversations. While I disagree with some of the viewpoints, this podcast is all about honest conversations, and that's fantastic. It's really helped slow down and relax a bit, and ultimately get more done.

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