74 episodes

I’m starting this to take you out of your world, find new things to love and enjoy, and give you some advice as I live my unguided life into adulthood. Let’s figure it out together and maybe feel some sense of unity in the fact that A-B-S-O-L-U-T-E-L-Y no one knows what the hell they’re doing. Stay peachy my friends.

Typically Peachy Typically Peachy

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

I’m starting this to take you out of your world, find new things to love and enjoy, and give you some advice as I live my unguided life into adulthood. Let’s figure it out together and maybe feel some sense of unity in the fact that A-B-S-O-L-U-T-E-L-Y no one knows what the hell they’re doing. Stay peachy my friends.

    Episode 73: Move Out Of Motion

    Episode 73: Move Out Of Motion

    This week I'm recapping my short trip to LA, talking through some potential updates in the social media space, and discussing all that we know about the 2022 Oscars. Listen further to hear me share my recent thoughts on perfection halting progress and the importance of moving out of motion. Stay peachy and activate the action!

    • 23 min
    Episode 72: Sunny Side Up

    Episode 72: Sunny Side Up

    This week we're discussing the top-earning TikTokers, versatile fashion finds, and a film that will keep you laughing the whole way through. Listen further to hear a story about a situation that allowed me to practice what I preach - be nice to strangers, have a sunny side up attitude, and try to stay peachy, even in less-than peachy circumstances.

    • 21 min
    Episode 71: Cry Over Spilled Coffee

    Episode 71: Cry Over Spilled Coffee

    This week we're discussing highly anticipated content, from Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts to House of Gucci. I'm also sharing some of my current favorite products and new music to add to your playlist. Listen further to hear advice on switching up the phrase "don't cry over spilled milk" to something that allows us to feel our feelings and get clarity on what we don't like, and what we do.

    • 21 min
    Episode 70: Twenty Twenty-One For The Books

    Episode 70: Twenty Twenty-One For The Books

    Welcome to the 2021 year in review episode! This week I'm reflecting on what was new, what was hot, and what was good in 2021. I'm diving into my thoughts on end of year expectations and talking through the importance of recognizing your accomplishments, regardless of their magnitude. Listen further to hear me read from a daily journal that I started at the top of the year and share my hopes for 2022. Stay Peachy and Happy New Year!

    • 28 min
    Episode 69: Cold Burn

    Episode 69: Cold Burn

    This week I'm recapping my trip to London, sharing some standout creative ad campaigns of the year, and recommending a short film about the making of an all-time favorite holiday album. Listen further to hear my thoughts on burnout and how to be ok with any and all emotions that arise during this time of year. Reminder that the holidays can last as long as you want them to, so take off the pressure of the moment and stay peachy my friends!

    • 27 min
    Episode 68: Pack It Up

    Episode 68: Pack It Up

    Welcome back to Typically Peachy! This week I'm en route to London, but before I go, I'm sharing some of my top packing tips from space-saving hacks to time-saving planning. We're also covering a sneaker feud, an update from one of your favorite social media platforms, and new music to pump you up and wind you down. If you're traveling this holiday season, pack smart, fly safe, and don't forget to stay peachy my friends!

    • 29 min

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