French visitor and ex-publishing world dreamer Julie Gallais comes on the podcast to talk about her time in Miami, how much effort toward "looking good" is expected of women in America, how dating in France is about substance over presentation and how she came to the conclusion that the publishing world full of women in France was not what she had always dreamed of.
Kieren Britton, founder of the Lady Alliance, a group and blog that fosters relationships between women adventurers, comes on the podcast to talk about her adventurous roots and why memories are more important than money. Wise beyond her years, Kieren shares her tales and inspirations; what lead her to ride her bike all the way across Canada for a men's disease, why she took a solo trip in a converted bus around North America, and the differences between adventuring with men and women.
The Flash and now NCIS New Orleans, Brooke Roberts Eikmeier joins the show for a talk about her adventurous life. We talk about her time growing up in Los Angeles, moving to France when she was seventeen, why she joined the military, inappropriate office talk, misogynistic showrunners, being a woman accused of sexual harassment, and how everything she did in her life made her into the successful writer she is today.
Artist Sarah Folkman joins the podcast to talk about her life growing up as "that family" in the Los Angeles suburbs, how she discovered her skill for expressing moving emotions through her painting and why you should never date someone in your band. Sarah shares about her early life, her father and brother's suicides, and how she became an evolved being who bases relationships on her connection with the person regardless of their gender.
Featured on Amy Poehlers SmartGirls, comic, writer and now fisherman Anna Cranage Conathan tells us about her experience as a female comic in Hollywood, what made her move into writing and what it was that made her want to try her hand at being a sternman on a lobster boat. A place that strangely, is much more open to women than a comedy club.