Hello, my name is Susie. I started the Inside Out Series because I wanted to encourage lighthearted and relatable conversations around anything and everything taboo! Each episode will feature a guest speaker; we’ll get down to the nitty gritty of what’s going on in their lives and then play a game of life on a desert island…hopefully one day we’ll have a mailbag too! You can find us on Instagram @susieflory or please email email@example.com for any inquiries. Thank you so much for listening!
Lydia Graham- Balancing modelling and a passion for comfy yet glamorous knickers!
This is an episode I really wish I had filmed; when Lydia Graham arrived at my flat looking SO effortlessly cool with a coffee in one hand and croissant in the other I was blown away by her beauty- this girl is absolutely gorgeous, inside and out! Lydia became a model aged 17 after winning a contest and has recently founded her own brand ‘Oh Lydia Intimates’.
As much as we avoid admitting we live in M&S knickers, I know we all love a pair of granny pants. Well, Lydia has somehow managed to make this concept fashionable and really very cool by creating a range of underwear that have the two most crucial factors - colourful and large. Today, Lydia joins me to talk about the pressures of her career and her journey as a young entrepreneur! I am certain you will be as charmed by Lydia as I was.
Michelle Griffith-Robinson - Life after the olympics and love at first sight!
I didn’t actually believe wonder woman was a real-life human until I met today’s guest. In this episode, I’m joined by former Olympic triple jumper, superstar mum, and just generally the world's biggest babe Michelle. She is nothing other than a ball of contagious energy and she joins me in an honest conversation on balancing determination, drive, and simply being human.
The story of how she met her husband is by far the best thing I’ve ever heard- which proves my theory ‘if you don’t ask you don’t get’. I know it’ll make you smile.
Rob Eades - Fake it till you make it
Today’s guest is the wonderful Rob Eades, otherwise known as ‘The Lean Student Chef’. Rob spent some time in the alps during his gap year where he was asked to fill the role of a chalet boy. Despite having never actually cooked, he told his clients he was a bit of an esteemed chef and rose to the challenge.
Ever since he really has become quite the cook and is on a mission to get students eating well on a budget - something I can really relate to. In this episode, He confirms that even the most successful people understand imposter syndrome! Above all, his get up and go to attitude is seriously contagious and he simply proves that anything is possible If you put your mind to it! When I spoke to Rob he was just about to go for a run in torrential rain which really sums him up- enjoy!
Julietta Dexter - How to actually land a job during a pandemic !
I know a lot of the listeners will relate when I say that getting a job as it is is really tough- especially at the moment. So, for those of you who want to know the ints and outs of what it actually takes to get a job post-pandemic then this is the episode for you.
Today, I am joined by Julietta dexter who is the founder of London’s top PR and communications agency; Science Magic.Inc, formerly The Communications Store. She started her company aged just 25 after quitting her job and with only £600.00 in the bank. Today she joins me to discuss what it is really like to build a business whilst also being respected as a female founder. She gives some practical advice on what it really takes to get your job application noticed- I know you will enjoy her words of wisdom as much as I did.
Ugo Monye- Playing rugby for England and all the rest!
I first met Ugo when he came into my office at work, It only took about 5 seconds to confirm that not only was he as effortlessly cool as he appears on TV, but just a really genuine guy.
Today’s guest is Ugo Monye, an English sports pundit, and former rugby union player.
Despite falling into the stereotype of being a strong rugby lad, Ugo is also completely in tune with his emotions.
In today’s episode, Ugo tells me all about his career as a professional rugby player and all its highs and low. We also talk about the link between physiological wellbeing and physical performance. And finally, he tells me about how his life has changed from Friday night pints with the lads to playing barbies with his daughter Phoenix and Ruby. His quick-fire questions are also pretty stand out…
Ugo is a serious gem- I know you’ll enjoy his positivity, let alone his infectious laugh as much as I did.
Georgia Hearn - Drug addiction and going sober
It has to be said, the majority of my guests have come about as a result of me, rather shamelessly siding into their DM’s. However, when it comes to today’s guest- the roles were completely reversed. Georgia Hearn, aka Clean Geeg, initially contacted me asking for help with setting up her own podcast; I wish my mother had told me. What I didn’t know, was that not only is she an amazing freelance chef - check her out on IG but she also carries a really inspiring story.
Georgia joins me today to talk about addiction, taking drugs aged fourteen, what it's really like to spend a month in rehab, and ultimately, getting sober. Her story is nothing but refreshing, and she opens up about something which hasn’t had nearly enough airtime, particularly amongst millennials.
There might be some sensitive material in this podcast so I just wanted to make anyone aware before listening to it.
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5 stars! So intriguing I could listen all day😍 Totally recommend!!!!!!💖 -blessedketo