Ever taken something for granted, to realize how valuable it was years later? That's what happened for me with Camp Icthus. Hear the story about why that changed, then hear from my dad about what led him to start a non-profit children's camp that has been going strong for 31 years (with NO paycheck for them). There were major challenges along the way and things that derailed the vision. Hope it inspires you and reminds us all to not take things for granted.
Brian started a site specific, immersive theater company outside of Atlanta that has gotten national attention and ranked in the top 20 theaters in the US by Playbill. Brian shares his story of how he toured the world doing Broadway but found his happiness starting a one of it's kind theater company in a small town outside of Atlanta. The things Brian has learned the way is enlightening not only for artists but anyone that's a business leader.
I sit down with my 3 best friends from college. All in different stages of life. All in different states. All different personalities. We talk about how we've managed to maintain our close friendship over the years and dive deeper into what it takes to create deep, long-lasting friendships. Meet my dear friends Rachael, Jenny and Kauri and get ready to laugh, have your heart swell and maybe even cry.
Blogger Karianne Wood just released a book called The DIY Home Planner. It's the ultimate resource of how to choose curtains, pillows, rugs, paint colors and more. She shares the key to turning house into a home, we talk decorating disasters, and how to shift the comparison trap.
Hear how SERV helped me deal with the hurt of infertility and listen to founder Steve Kasha share how a brush with one of the deadliest snakes led him to start SERV, the story of a 3 year old orphan making brooms to survive, and more stories of hope. Great episode to listen to if you're having a bad day. :) It will turn that around.
Interior designer, blogger (Cedar Hill Farmhouse) and author Anita Joyce talks about how her passion got derailed with a career as an engineer, how she discovered it again, and what she did when faced with rejection. Anita also shares simple ways you can update your home for Spring & Summer.
Beauty & fashion expert Emily Foley has written articles for Allure, Glamour, O, The Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire and more. She's also appeared on countless national and local TV shows. Find out how to decrease age spots, lengthen your lashes, Emily's most life changing product, what to wear this spring & summer and more!
Even if you're not an actor, you'll love Jen & Rita's honest look at the industry. Learn what it takes to "own the room," they're proudest project, how to network with casting directors or anyone the biggest challenge as a casting director, and of course the answer to the question they get asked the most..."How do I get into acting?"
It's just me on this episode. I had another interview planned for this week, but a trip to the ER postponed that. I decided to share why I went to the ER, my greatest fears right now, and my hope that YOU have things figured out and can share with me. ;p - Heidi
Not only does Lace tour nationally as a stand-up comedian, but she's also appeared on multiple Fox comedy shows. Hear her journey from beauty pageant queen to comedian, why Waffle House is catering her wedding, what opening up for Roseanne Barr was like, the one thing to never ask a comic, how we got our husbands to watch the Bachelor, and why you should look at cellulite and saggy boobs in a whole new light.
Hear how Mimi J has built a successful business as a makeup artist who works with Bravo, VH1, and Aspire TV. She gives the best advice I've ever heard about achieving balance in your life and she shares what she wished every woman knew about their own beauty.
HGTV Dream Home Designer and TV personality Brian Patrick Flynn shares how his career went from TV producer to host and self-taught interior designer. Find out 2 things you can do to bring your own home's design to life and one of the best things Brian did that contributed to his successful career.
Meaghan Murphy is editor of Good Housekeeping, a mom of three, a wife, and a certified personal trainer. She shares how she does it all, a life-changing tip from the March issue, 5 products that will make your life easier in 2018, and a home workout hack she shared on Live with Kelly & Ryan.
Liz Lapidus has owned her Atlanta PR company for 20 years, working with companies such as Restoration Hardware, Serena & Lily, Jimmy Choo, Jonathan Adler, and more. Hear the thing she wishes she'd never stressed about and how the foundation of PR can actually help us all in business and life.
Danielle Grabol went from being a 220lb couch potato to the first woman to complete the Epic 5 (5 ironman triathlons in 5 days on 5 different Hawaiian islands). Hear her inspiring story and advice on achieving fitness goals.
Do you hate resolutions or goals because they feel more defeating than liberating? This podcast episode will change your life. Dr. Shawn Haywood talks about why they can feel so defeating and gives actionable ways to change your life in a liberating way. Special Guest: Dr. Shawn Haywood.
Throughout 2018, we'll follow along with 2 listener's out of the box new year resolutions. One is medically necessary, the other lifestyle necessary. Hear why the stakes are high for them and the game plan they've set out. Plus, I'll share how I'm going to keep you up to date with our fertility journey.
Funny, awkward, and heart-warming Christmas memories shared by listeners of The Heidi Rew Show! Listen while you're doing your holiday baking, last-minute shopping, wrapping, or just enjoying the lights.