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Real Talk Radio with Nicole Antoinette

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This is Real Talk Radio, the podcast that's filled with refreshingly honest conversations about the wonderful mess of being human. In a world that's hell-bent on selling us things to "fix" ourselves, this show represents a small but powerful rebellion by people who just want to be real. During each eight-episode season, show host Nicole Antoinette sits down with a wide range of beautifully imperfect people - athletes, writers, entrepreneurs, parents, coaches, activists, adventurers, artists, and more - to dive into the truth of what’s really going on in their lives. The goal is for each episode to feel like a sigh of relief, reminding you that we’re all just doing the best we can, and that no matter what we’re in this together. For more information and show notes, visit http://nicoleantoinette.com/podcast.

This is Real Talk Radio, the podcast that's filled with refreshingly honest conversations about the wonderful mess of being human. In a world that's hell-bent on selling us things to "fix" ourselves, this show represents a small but powerful rebellion by people who just want to be real. During each eight-episode season, show host Nicole Antoinette sits down with a wide range of beautifully imperfect people - athletes, writers, entrepreneurs, parents, coaches, activists, adventurers, artists, and more - to dive into the truth of what’s really going on in their lives. The goal is for each episode to feel like a sigh of relief, reminding you that we’re all just doing the best we can, and that no matter what we’re in this together. For more information and show notes, visit http://nicoleantoinette.com/podcast.

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United States

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This is Real Talk Radio, the podcast that's filled with refreshingly honest conversations about the wonderful mess of being human. In a world that's hell-bent on selling us things to "fix" ourselves, this show represents a small but powerful rebellion by people who just want to be real. During each eight-episode season, show host Nicole Antoinette sits down with a wide range of beautifully imperfect people - athletes, writers, entrepreneurs, parents, coaches, activists, adventurers, artists, and more - to dive into the truth of what’s really going on in their lives. The goal is for each episode to feel like a sigh of relief, reminding you that we’re all just doing the best we can, and that no matter what we’re in this together. For more information and show notes, visit http://nicoleantoinette.com/podcast.

Language:

English


Episodes

Minaa B on Practical Tips for Therapy, Self-Care, and Mental Health Management

2/25/2020
Minaa B. is a licensed social worker, speaker, writer and author of the book Rivers Are Coming. She is a major mental health advocate who takes in pride in self-care and shares tips and gems on her mantra filled Instagram account: @minaa_b. In this episode, Minaa shares a wonderful mix of personal stories and practical Continue Reading…

Duration:01:46:59

Porochista Khakpour on Chronic Illness, "Wellness Culture", and Getting a Controversial Diagnosis

2/18/2020
Porochista Khakpour is a writer whose debut novel Sons and Other Flammable Objects was a New York Times Editor’s Choice. Her subsequent books have received similar accolades, and her nonfiction work has appeared in many sections of The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Elle, Slate, and many others. In this episode, Porochista shares her story of chronic Continue Reading…

Duration:01:46:45

Amy Kuretsky on Self-Compassion and the Truth of Non-Linear Healing

2/11/2020
Amy Kuretsky (she/her) is a breathwork facilitator and wellness coach for mind, body, and business. Amy believes that the health of our physical and emotional bodies are inextricably tied to the health of our businesses, and that when we work in this overlap we can build businesses that are heart-centered and healing for both the Continue Reading…

Duration:01:46:46

Tanja Hester on Investing 101, Using Money for Good, and Saving For Early Retirement

1/28/2020
Tanja Hester is the author of WORK OPTIONAL: Retire Early the Non-Penny-Pinching Way. She's also a former many things: a former political consultant, public radio journalist, yoga and spin-teaching side hustler, civil servant, and even a former under-saver. Since retiring early at the age of 38 along with her husband Mark, she devotes all her Continue Reading…

Duration:01:46:46

Cameron Huddleston on How To Talk To Your Aging Parents About Their Finances

1/21/2020
Cameron Huddleston is the author of Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk: How to Have Essential Conversations With Your Parents About Their Finances. She also is an award-winning journalist with more than 18 years of experience writing about personal finance. Her work has appeared in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Chicago Tribune, Fortune, MSN, Yahoo, USA Continue Reading…

Duration:01:24:49

Sarah Li-Cain on Money & Well-Being

1/14/2020
Sarah Li-Cain is a finance writer and an AFC (Accredited Financial Counselor) candidate whose work has appeared in places like Bankrate, Business Insider, Redbook, Financial Planning Association and Kiplinger. Her work blends practical tips and mindset strategies so that those trying to change their financial life can see themselves in the starring role. She’s also the Continue Reading…

Duration:01:58:29

Mara Glatzel on Boundaries, Self-Care, and Tending To Your Real Needs

12/31/2019
Mara Glatzel, MSW is an intuitive coach, writer, and podcast host who helps perfectionists and people pleasers redefine their self-care and reclaim their sovereignty. She’s also a queer, femme wife and mother of two, recovering control freak, and a human who deeply understands the impulse to relegate her needs to the bottom of a very Continue Reading…

Duration:01:52:44

Cameron Glover on Inclusive Sex Education and The Value of Prioritizing Our Own Pleasure

12/19/2019
Cameron Glover (she/her) is a sex educator, content creator, and sex ed business coach. A fierce advocate for pleasure as transformative power, Cameron is passionate about supporting other sexuality professionals in creating thriving, authentic online businesses. She's also the host of the Sex Ed in Color podcast centering the experiences of sexuality professionals of color. In this Continue Reading…

Duration:01:45:36

Steph Jagger on Intuition, Ego, and the Discipline of Creativity

12/11/2019
Steph Jagger is an author, speaker, coach, and world record smasher who happens to dabble in alchemy and energy. Her first book, Unbound: A Story of Snow and Self-Discovery, was released by Harper Collins in 2017 and details her awe-inspiring journey around the world on skis. Since that journey, Steph’s work has focused on our Continue Reading…

Duration:01:48:12

Michelle Jackson-Saulters on Marriage, Adventure, and Work/Life Balance

11/26/2019
Michelle Jackson-Saulters serves as the Co-founder and Chief Operations Officer of the Outdoor Journal Tour. You'll remember the Outdoor Journal Tour from episode 180, in which I interviewed Michelle's wife and co-founder, Kenya Jackson-Saulters, all about the program they created in 2015 to spread mindfulness and movement. To date, this work has touched over 3,000 Continue Reading…

Duration:01:39:56

Kara Perez on How To Have a Better Relationship with Your Money

11/19/2019
Kara Perez is the founder of Bravely Go, a feminist financial education company. Bravely focuses on bringing actionable and accessible financial education to people via pop up events and online community, and Kara has been featured in Forbes, Glamour, ABC Nightline News, and US News and World Report as a financial expert. In this episode Kara and Continue Reading…

Duration:01:55:49

Kayte Ferris on Questioning the "Should Dos" in Life & Work

11/12/2019
Kayte Ferris is a creative business coach, writer, and podcaster who is fanatical about freedom— namely finding your own version of what freedom means to you and seizing that in your life. She works with (mostly) women who know that their version of freedom means taking control of their work and time by starting their Continue Reading…

Duration:01:55:56

Aja Barber on Personal Style and Why We Need To Ditch Fast Fashion

10/30/2019
Aja Barber is a writer, stylist and consultant based in London. Her work centers around fashion and all its intersections (feminism, race, colonialism, sustainability and ethics). In this episode, Aja goes into detail about why fashion is best when it's sustainable and inclusive. What does it mean to be sustainable? What does it mean to Continue Reading…

Duration:01:50:17

Kenya Jackson-Saulters on Forgiveness, Healing, and Developing a Spiritual Practice

10/23/2019
Kenya Jackson-Saulters, MS is a master workshop facilitator, certified reiki master, and four-time published self-help author who is known for her unique brand of nontraditional self-help. Most recently, she has blended the health benefits of exercise, meditation and writing to form a custom personal development experience for women called The Outdoor Journal Tour, which provides clarity, Continue Reading…

Duration:01:43:10

Katie Boué on Burnout, Doing Good Work, and Being an Outdoor Advocate

10/15/2019
Katie Boué is a Cuban-American outdoor advocate, freelance writer + social media expert, public speaker, and adventurer. Katie’s love of being outside and sharing wild spaces is the focus of her work in the outdoor recreation industry. She sees opportunity for empowerment, empathy and action in every outdoorsy person–and she wants to help the outdoor Continue Reading…

Duration:01:52:31

Dr Laurie Santos on What Actually Makes Us Happy

9/26/2019
Dr Laurie Santos is a Professor of Psychology and the Head of Silliman College at Yale University. After observing a disturbing level of unhappiness and anxiety among her students, she began teaching a course entitled "Psychology and the Good Life," which quickly became the most popular course in Yale's history and has also reached over Continue Reading…

Duration:01:40:34

Heather 'Anish' Anderson on Overcoming Fears, Pursuing the Impossible, and Setting the Fastest Known Time on the PCT

9/17/2019
Heather Anderson, known as Anish on trail, is an absolute hiking legend. In 2018 she simultaneously became the first female Triple Triple Crowner (which means that she has hiked the Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, and Appalachian Trail three times each) and the first female Calendar Year Triple Crowner (which means she hiked all Continue Reading…

Duration:01:04:21

Kara Leigh Ford on the Realities (Money, Time, Sacrifice and Joy) of Being a Full-Time Creative

9/10/2019
Kara Leigh Ford is a potter, businesswoman, and blogger. She studied fine art at university, specializing in painting, and upon graduating she got a 9-5 office job—and hated every minute. To fulfill her creative side she started talking introductory pottery classes in the evenings after work, and ten years later, in 2015, she gave up Continue Reading…

Duration:01:59:56

Nicole Antoinette Answers 10 Listener Questions

8/28/2019
If you’ve listened to this show in the past, you’re already familiar with what we do here. In each episode, I sit down with a wide range of beautifully imperfect people to talk about what's really going on in their lives. Our conversations dive deep into topics like: work, love, sex, money, addiction, friendship, racism, Continue Reading…

Duration:01:25:51

Vanessa Friedman on Why and How To Invest in Friendship

8/14/2019
Vanessa Friedman is a queer fat femme Jewitch writer, editor, and photographer currently based in New York. She’s the community editor at Autostraddle and an MFA creative non-fiction candidate at Sarah Lawrence College, and she writes about queer friendship, home, nature, desire, and the body. Her words have been published at Autostraddle, Nylon, Shape, and elsewhere. She Continue Reading…

Duration:01:43:03