10 Things I’m Embarrassed to Tell You – Podcast Episode 46

You and I, we’re always honest with each other. So, this week I’m really going to lay myself bare in the hope that, in learning what I’m embarrassed about in myself, it’ll help you in your own journey of self-discovery. You’ll learn how I deal with financial pressure (why do I do better when I’m in the financial sh*t?), why I still love to hate parts of my body, my perspective on marital power dynamics, and why I’m okay in having no idea where to find my daughter’s pyjamas.

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6 thoughts on “10 Things I’m Embarrassed to Tell You – Podcast Episode 46

  1. Chen says:

    Loved this, so raw and honest, very inspiring, Informative, irreverent, funny and entertaining. Everything I look for in a podcast, will definitely be tuning in again, miss it at your peril!

  2. Joan Bryan says:

    I enjoy All your podcast, and I agree, you do present as a girlfriend. This podcast – I was very interested in what you had to say about your new business program. And maybe a little disappointed. I had a successful a sewing and embroidery business pre-pandemic. I desperately want to make the move to online sales of children’s clothing and do not know how. I have been waiting for you to launch your business program so I can purchase and learn! Know I know it will be September 21 – and the cost. Cannot wait!

  3. Gaylene Popovski says:

    F%#k….. I just went through a heap of my own insights listening to that! That’s what you do…..change people’s life by hitting the truth without judging anybody! RARE!

  4. Sharon Watkins says:

    Listen8ng to the pod cast I thought wow that sounds like me except I am a little worse ..i am glad I am not the only person like this and feeling like I do it gave me great pleasure in making me laugh at thinking this is my double couldn’t be deffinately will be listening again .i am a fruit and veg girl but sometimes just feed my boy and hubby and forget myself and I don’t know why I do it as I know it is not sensible although I do have so much that is happening in my life which would hurry up and end ..i am fighting to keep my nephew from my drug addicted mother and brother and I will not let them ruin him like she has done to me and my brothers and sisters .anyway it gave me a great insight to what other people are going thru thank you sharon

  5. Kirsten says:

    Vulnerability at it’s best! You share it all and it’s from the heart and honest! I think a lot of people would love to be able to share what they are ‘really’ thinking but they are too afraid. This trait you have may be a large factor of why people are attracted to you and your personality. Some may even send there friends to listen to your podcasts to hopefully give them a breakthrough because there too afraid to speak life into there own friends! Money can be such a friction point in marriages. I’m not sure the stats but I think its one of the top three reasons people divorce. My husband and I are completely different on how we view and spend money. He is a spender and I am a saver. I’ll eat everything in the fridge and even cut off the mold on it lol! I’m frugal because my Scottish Mother and Grandmother taught me to be. My grandmother use to sleep with her fanny pack under neath her pillow at night to keep her money real close! That’s probably why I feel so guilty spending money on myself at all. I don’t mind making my kids and family happy with items but I always feel like I should be using the money towards something else and not myself like paying down a credit card or saving it for a rainy day. That’s probably because my mom always talked about being on a budget constantly even though we lived in a big home she made us feel like we didn’t have anything. I have a bad feeling I am putting that onto my kids. Interestingly enough my husband has made more than me most of our 11 year marriage and it doesn’t bother me at all. When we got married we were 2 become 1. It’s never bothered me but I do wish he would be more involved in knowing how much we have and where it goes to and how much our bills our. It’s like he has given me the ‘power’ since he never looks at a statement or knows how much is in our bank! I don’t think it will bother him when I start to make more than him in a couple of years when I become a medical doctor but who knows I might be writing to you for advice on how to handle that one if it goes south lol!

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