#FromHereToThere Episode 7- Living Abroad, An American in Spain
On the seventh episode of #FromHereToThere, I chat with Eileen Cofre, an American who achieved her dream of living in Spain by teaching English.
#FromHereToThere Episode 6- Doulas
On the sixth episode of #FromHereToThere, I chat with Rachel Mackay and Diana Abdallah about all things doula (and why the pregnant lady or new mama in YOUR life needs one). What IS a doula? What’s the difference between a birth doula and a postpartum doula? And what’s up with the trend of women consuming their own placentas? Watch, learn, and share!
#FromHereToThere Episode 5- Motor City Woman
On the fifth episode of #FromHereToThere, I chat with the Motor City Woman herself, Robin Kinnie. This mother of three left her 9 to 5 to start an online radio station and has successfully created a safe space that empowers women, gives them a voice, and creates community.
#FromHereToThere Episode 4- Transformation
On the fourth episode of #FromHereToThere, I chat with life coach Stefany Burrowes about the necessary components of real growth and transformation, especially as it pertains to divorce, loss, trauma, and grief.
#FromHereToThere Episode 3- Divorce
On the third episode of #FromHereToThere, I compare notes with Katie Ward about unexpected lessons aspects (both positive and negative) of going through a divorce.
#FromHereToThere Episode 2- Born with an Extra Chromosome
On the second episode of #FromHereToThere, I interview Jamie Freeman, creator of Ben Through It All and The Down Syndrome Diary, about unexpected lessons learned after being told the baby she was carrying would be born with Down Syndrome.
#FromHereToThere Episode 1- Life After Breast Cancer
On the very first episode of #FromHereToThere, I interview breast cancer survivor, Heather Lopez, and Stanford oncology nurse, Melissa Antipolo, for two different perspectives on the unexpected associated with the illness.
#FromHereToThere Promo #1
#FromHereToThere is a storytelling-through-conversation web series that aims to shed light on the taboo details of commonplace subject matter (cancer, divorce, women in business, and what it’s really like to have a family member with intellectual disabilities, to name a few future topics).
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