A podcast by women for women. Exploring the trials and bliss of women blazing trails for themselves in the American West.
Ep. 12: Girl, it's about supporting each other with Lori Ann Hartnett
Born in California, Lori Ann Hartnett made her way around the world before settling in Washington. In this episode we detail stories of marriage and divorce, litigation abuse, and why she feels inspired to help others through these experiences. Armed with knowledge, a couple mini ponies, and a fiery redheaded exterior Lori Ann is sure to inspire you. Lori Ann can be found on Instagram @a_girl_has_to_have_choices or on her website https://www.human-opportunities.com/
Episode 11: Work Life Balance, the Cowboy Way with Jaclyn Brown and Misty Harris
On this episode I discuss work life balance with Jaclyn Brown and Misty Harris, stars on INSP Network's show "The Cowboy Way". Juggling a reality TV show, raising children, and personal aspirations these gals take on their days with a plan and poise.
For more about their background check out the interview they did with Cheyenne Wilson of The Native Cowgirl at https://www.thenativecowgirl.com/single-post/2020/02/11/The-Incredible-Women-of-The-Cowboy-Way to learn more about these amazing women!
Episode 10: Some Call them Cowgirls with Tara and J Storme from "The Ultimate Cowboy Showdown"
In this episode I sit down with Tara and J Storme from INSP Network's "Ultimate Cowboy Showdown" where hands from around the country competed to win a herd of cattle. Tara and J Storme were the two female contestants out of twelve participants. Both these women have a strong passion for agriculture, and promote it through different avenues. Listen in to hear more about their life stories and where they are headed from here.
Ep. 9: Know what is good for you with Jessica Casteel
Jessica Casteel is the talented woman behind "Tapadero Annie's". She makes beautiful jewelry, tools leather, and does graphic design. She is even a listener of Women of the West! Listen in as we talk about what we deserve, her story of moving forward from an abusive past, and why you may need to be the tough love giving friend- for others and yourself.
Ep. 8: Be neat, let's eat meat! with Amanda Radke
In this episode, listen to Amanda Radke talk about her viral response to Ellen DeGeneres' video encouraging consumers to eat less meat. A fifth generation rancher from South Dakota, Amanda is an author and blogger for BEEF magazine. Listen in as we talk about the importance of education for the future of agriculture and the cattle industry and what "we" can do to help spread facts.
Ep. 7: Colts, comebacks, and consciousness with Brittany Miller
Brittany Miller is a ranch bronc rider from Montana. She tackles every challenge she faces with grit and determination. Recovering from an injury earlier this season, listen in as we talk about her path towards success in the future.
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Love, love, love!
I absolutely love this podcast from Leah! It’s amazing, down to earth and welcoming to everyone. Anyone who needs help, advice or just knowing there is someone out there that will support you for you, should listen to this podcast!
Just what podcasts about the West needed!
This is a well put together podcast - I can’t believe it is Leah’s first go at this. She has a way of getting people to open up with her kind and confident attitude. I can’t wait to hear more about women of the American West!