27 min

She got married in the NY Times, and divorced in the NY Post - NYC TV Anchor and Author Tamsen Fadal is unlocking her bold Sh*t I Wish I Knew In My Twenties

    • Self-Improvement

Tamsen Fadal is an Emmy award-winning TV Anchor at PIX 11 in NYC, an Author, and a Midlife Enthusiast. She's also a wife, a bonus mom to two, and a fur mom to a 17-year-old Chihuahua.

As you'll hear, Tamsen is passionate about sharing inspiring stories about women who are changing their lives in a BOLD way. She recently turned 51, sparking new experiences, insights, and questions about this mid-life moment.

Tamsen recently launched Coming Up Next, a podcast series to support women moving through midlife changes, menopause, new career directions, and all the other new choices and possibilities that women face at this time in their life.

In this episode, Tamsen shares how she channeled the shame from going through a public divorce into becoming a best-selling author, helping countless women fall in love with themselves after divorce, how living long enough to experience menopause is a gift, how outliving her late mother is sparking new resolve in her 5th decade on this earth, and how she should probably never cut her hair really, really short ever again.

Sh*t I Wish I Knew In My Twenties (SIWIKIMT) is a podcast dedicated to helping 20-somethings thrive in their twenties, not just survive.

Host Debra Alfarone knows how hard being in your twenties can be. As a high-school dropout turned-network-TV-correspondent, she learned most of life’s lessons the hard way. She overcame the odds and now covers the White House for CBS News nationally. She’s also a confidence coach for young women in the TV news industry.

Connect with Tamsen on IG: https://www.instagram.com/tamsenfadal and on TikTok at https://tiktok.com/tamsenfadal/ and YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/c/TamsenFadalTV 

If you like Sh*t I Wish I Knew In My Twenties, drop your email at www.pages.debraalfarone.com to be the first to know about new episodes.

Follow Debra on IG at https://www.instagram.com/debraalfarone/ and on TikTok at https://www.tiktok.com/@debraalfarone

Tamsen Fadal is an Emmy award-winning TV Anchor at PIX 11 in NYC, an Author, and a Midlife Enthusiast. She's also a wife, a bonus mom to two, and a fur mom to a 17-year-old Chihuahua.

As you'll hear, Tamsen is passionate about sharing inspiring stories about women who are changing their lives in a BOLD way. She recently turned 51, sparking new experiences, insights, and questions about this mid-life moment.

Tamsen recently launched Coming Up Next, a podcast series to support women moving through midlife changes, menopause, new career directions, and all the other new choices and possibilities that women face at this time in their life.

In this episode, Tamsen shares how she channeled the shame from going through a public divorce into becoming a best-selling author, helping countless women fall in love with themselves after divorce, how living long enough to experience menopause is a gift, how outliving her late mother is sparking new resolve in her 5th decade on this earth, and how she should probably never cut her hair really, really short ever again.

Sh*t I Wish I Knew In My Twenties (SIWIKIMT) is a podcast dedicated to helping 20-somethings thrive in their twenties, not just survive.

Host Debra Alfarone knows how hard being in your twenties can be. As a high-school dropout turned-network-TV-correspondent, she learned most of life’s lessons the hard way. She overcame the odds and now covers the White House for CBS News nationally. She’s also a confidence coach for young women in the TV news industry.

Connect with Tamsen on IG: https://www.instagram.com/tamsenfadal and on TikTok at https://tiktok.com/tamsenfadal/ and YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/c/TamsenFadalTV 

If you like Sh*t I Wish I Knew In My Twenties, drop your email at www.pages.debraalfarone.com to be the first to know about new episodes.

Follow Debra on IG at https://www.instagram.com/debraalfarone/ and on TikTok at https://www.tiktok.com/@debraalfarone

27 min