Ep 0151 – Shine Brightly

Laurie with wavy brown hair down to her shoulders sitting under a tree
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Here my hair’s pretty natural – if you don’t count the dye job!

Podcast Recap

I’m back down to the podcast rock as it’s confirmed, I have a pretty crumby case of Plantar Fasciitis which means no hiking for now. But today’s show will be all about finding the bright side. I let go of success and embrace experience. We greet our newest BC, Patty O., who posted on Daily Adventure Tales. Thanks Amazon shoppers and BC Mary S. for the virtual coffee. I read a blog post inspired by Dawny’s comment then I’ll BRAVELY share the tough love BC Dave gave me after. Comments by Josephine and BC Jo from the UK. Get your holiday greetings in by midnight of Dec. 18, 2017 to be included in this year’s holiday show.
blue skies peek through branches

The view from the podcast rock in the dead of winter.

New BCs

Mentioned

Last show

My blog post about the new truck, my hair and feeling unsure about writing a book.

BC Dave’s tough love comments

How to send audio – Send in your holiday greetings by midnight, PST Dec. 18, 2017 to be part of our traditional holiday fun!

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Credits

Host: Laurie Weaver

Main Theme: I’m Letting Go by Josh Woodward from The Simple Life Part 1 Used by permission of Josh Woodward under a Creative Commons License

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2 thoughts on “Ep 0151 – Shine Brightly

  1. Dawny

    Such lovely adventures. Personal self confidence is an amazing thing that we all seem to lack. I’m working hard on creating more of it. And believing in myself.
    I love your interaction with your groupies. I often get get input/feedback at work where people believe in me or have confidence and appreciation in me… my skills/abilities when I’m stressed out or feeling as tho I’m lacking.

    I’m glad your enjoying your new truck !!!

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    1. Laurie@CompulsiveOvereatingDiary Post author

      Wowza Dawny Gal, thanks so much for the vote of confidence in my self-confidence. I really like the technique of focusing on experience, because my self-doubt has been having a field day these past several months. Funny thing, is even my most ‘successful’ friends go through crappy times and feeling like frauds. It seems to be part of the creative condition. So I feel a bit better. Hope you’re in for some holiday participation as you always brighten up the show. See – I have confidence in you! xoxoxoxox

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