29 episodes

The HDYDW podcast is for all the questions we’ve always been too shy to ask. Join your host Joelle as she, along with her guests, dive into the parts of life that everybody shares and nobody talks about. How do you deal with traveling by yourself? How do you deal with imposter syndrome? With money blocks, religious parents, finding your passion, shame, guilt, and break ups? No topics are off the table in this enlightening, shame free, and sometimes explicit podcast.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 32 Ratings

The HDYDW podcast is for all the questions we’ve always been too shy to ask. Join your host Joelle as she, along with her guests, dive into the parts of life that everybody shares and nobody talks about. How do you deal with traveling by yourself? How do you deal with imposter syndrome? With money blocks, religious parents, finding your passion, shame, guilt, and break ups? No topics are off the table in this enlightening, shame free, and sometimes explicit podcast.

    028: Your Period

    028: Your Period

    Did you know that you can optimize your life by knowing more about your period? I feel like I can speak for most women that we were not taught much about our periods or how our bodies work. In this episode Heather McConochie, a nutritionist, health coach, and registered nurse comes on to explain how each of our phases can impact us differently. When we know more about our period, we can shift and plan our businesses and day to day lives to set ourselves up for success. We talk about the different phases, how the moon affects our bodies, what activities to do during each phase, and more!

    • 1 hr 8 min
    027: Stepping Into Your Power

    027: Stepping Into Your Power

    Today on the show we have Stacy Raske, Bestselling Author, Speaker, and Coach who helps high-performing womxn lead with soul and scale their businesses with ease and authenticity. As an Iraq War Veteran, recovering from trauma and self-doubt, she’s taken what she has learned and distilled it down into a powerful toolkit that’s simple and actionable. Her passion is to help purpose-driven womxn lead with soul and allow the joy and freedom they desire by doing inner work necessary for success.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    026: Building Confidence

    026: Building Confidence

    Do you ever look at someone and you’re just like “How are they so confident?” Are some people born with confidence and others not? Today, we’ve got Stacy Gissal, a Confidence and Empowerment Coach on the show to share her advice for anyone struggling with building confidence. Stacy didn’t always used to be confident and after years of struggling to figure out who she was at the core, she now helps other women step into their power in all areas of life. Whether you wish you were more confident in your body, in your business, in your marriage, or anything in between, this episode is packed with insights and actionable steps to build your confidence.

    • 1 hr 27 min
    025: Having A Baby

    025: Having A Baby

    These days there are SO many options for having a baby. Do you have them in a hospital? At home? A birthing center? What are the pros and cons of each? Today on the show I have Dr. Marissa Hols, a birth educator based out of Florida, who came on to answer all your burning questions about the birth process. She has had 3 home births and helps educate and empower women to make the right choice for them. We go over creating a birth plan, the difference between midwives, nurses, doulas, and sibling doulas, how to prepare for having a baby during COVID, breastfeeding, and more! This episode is packed with knowledge so get your notebooks ready cause it's a good one.

    • 47 min
    024: Imposter Syndrome

    024: Imposter Syndrome

    How do you get over that little gremlin inside of you that tells you you'll never make it as a full-time artist? Or that you're not a "real artist"? Next week on the show, Adriana Jay, an Ecuadorian artist based in Miami, comes on and talks about her journey as an artist and gives advice to any aspiring artists who think they aren't good enough. We talk about learning how to price your work, finding community, finding opportunities, and how to work through imposter syndrome.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    023: Realizing Your Parents Aren't Perfect

    023: Realizing Your Parents Aren't Perfect

    In our most vulnerable episode yet, fitness coach Madalynne Carattini comes on the show to talk about growing up in foster care, losing her mother at a young age, and setting boundaries with her family.

    • 1 hr 15 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

busybeewiththree ,

A must listen

This podcast tackles all the complex issues we face so we can learn from each other! The show is fun, energetic, and informative, plus, the host is genuine, kind, and passionate. Thank you for all you share!

Madisonrh7 ,

You need this in your life!

I love the diversity of this podcast and how each episode is loaded with such amazing content and knowledge!
Thank you Joelle!

Sfv10 ,

Learn something new about myself every episode!

I have been Instagram friends with Joelle for a few years now, we both share an interest in living and traveling abroad as well as being gals navigating adulthood in this weird world. She is such a ray of bright light and positivity throughout my day and I was so excited for her when she launched this podcast! It is SO unique and I learn something about myself and self help and relatability every episode I listen to! It reminds me I’m not alone in the world and often helps me adjust my mindset on off days. You won’t regret giving it a listen!

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