If there was ever a year we needed to get the F over, it’s 2020...and 2021 hasn't exactly been a picnic either. Join author Sandra Ann Miller each week as she tackles a new topic, interviewing experts, celebrities and everyday people who’ve faced seemingly insurmountable circumstances, and came through it the sassier for it. With humor and heart (and maybe some swearing), their insight is sure to inspire. New episodes every Wednesday.
Losing with Lisa Stephen, PhD
Win some, lose some. But how do you cope when you aren't on the winning end of things? Psychologist and personal coach, Lisa Stephen, PhD, ACC talks about the upside of losing and how resilience is the key to happiness.
Going Gray with Anne Kreamer
Are you brave enough to give up color and embrace your gray? Anne Kreamer, author of GOING GRAY: HOW TO EMBRACE YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF WITH GRACE AND STYLE, talks about her experience, the empowering freedom going gray gives you...and the shock of what coloring costs you when you finally add it up.
Stage Fright with Jackie Jones
We are all susceptible to that gut-flipping feeling when a spotlight is on us—be it a meeting, a presentation, a performance or a toast. Comedian and motivational thinker, Jackie Jones, talks about how to get over stage fright and being comfortable being yourself.
Lack of Style with Anna Lobell
Do you have a lack of style, or have you just resisted your natural flair? Interior designer Anna Lobell talks about ways to embrace your personal style so you are happier in your space. Because isn't that the point of a home?
Perpetual Lateness with Locke Hughes
How hard is to actually be on time? Locke Hughes revisits her experience with the book NEVER BE LATE AGAIN by Diana DeLonzor and her struggle with being punctual.
Misunderstanding Homelessness with Heidi Roberts
Housing isn't the simple solution to the homelessness crisis. And it's disappointing to see how our elected officials ignore the bigger picture. Heidi Roberts, co-founder of Haaven Shared Housing, gives her insight on the solutions we can put in place now, which are available, practical and at less of a cost than what politicians are spending to build while people remain languishing on the streets.
No sugar coating here
I always thought Sandra needed a podium and these have been quite enjoyable to listen in on because they live up to their sassy title but in a thought provoking kinda way. Enjoy!
Great interview - looking forward to future guests!
October 1st podcast
I am looking forward to listening to the October 1st podcast.
Sandra is a gifted writer.
I have read her books and I highly recommend them