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Author: Mallory Ervin

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We all need some encouragement and inspiration on this journey of being human. Life is about finding joy, happiness, satisfaction, and learning how to be connected in a world where so many people feel numb. Join Mallory Ervin as she brings the stories and lessons she and her guests have learned to help you awaken to your best life and truly LIVE FULLY.

Mallory Ervin is a small town girl turned internet star. She grew up on a farm in Kentucky, the oldest of 23 first cousins destined for big things. After college she was Miss Kentucky and a runner up in the Miss America Pageant and a three time contestant and runner up on The Amazing Race with her father as her partner. Mallory then went on to host her own travel shows and become an online personality. She currently shares content on her YouTube channel and on social media with nearly 400K followers, bringing a voice of joy to the online community; a voice of authenticity, positivity and light. Mallory continues to build an online brand that inspires others to LIVE FULLY. She resides in Nashville, TN with her husband Kyle and their children.
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Today I'm going to be talking about my experience with YouTube, Instagram, blogging, and more. While I don’t love the word influencer, I open up about how strong this word actually is and its bigger meaning. You'll get insight into my journey as I share the good and the bad about the influencer space and its role in my life. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2XAGlbO
If we find ourselves depending on relationships for all of our happiness and joy, that can be a big sign that something isn’t right. In this episode, my husband, Kyle DiMeola, and I sit down and share our own relationship story and our thoughts on what it takes to build a positive and fulfilling relationship. We will talk about things that have worked for us, from the importance of knowing ourselves to therapy and learning how to be in true communication filled with love and understanding. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2RtRQQK
When you are surrounded by a world that is telling you what should make you happy or successful, it’s important to get out of the noise and find what truly brings you life. My dad, Gary Ervin, is joining us on this episode to talk about the important lessons he has learned from taking risks and making mistakes. His insight on finding meaning, making good decisions, and focusing on what’s truly important is valuable for anyone and everyone to hear. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2IRUcFg 
A lot of people don’t want to talk about the dark times, but in order to live in the light and live a full life, you have to face unpleasant things sometimes. Learning from and finding ways to move forward from hard times is often what shapes us and allows us to move into a greater space of purpose. Ashley LeMieux is my good friend, as well as a speaker, author, and thought leader who has faced some super dark times and has an inspiring story and message to share with the world. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2KwYHbN
Staying connected, inspired, and driven to do our best in this crazy life isn’t always easy, so I’m excited to (finally!) bring you this podcast, where you will hear stories from me, my guests, and my friends that will help motivate you to live your life to the fullest. In this premiere episode, I open up about myself and my story so you can get to know me and why the message of living fully is so important for me to share. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2ZBOFcQ 
Comments (17)

Susan Kelnhofer Nelson

i just listened to #4 on relationships. I must say, being married 24 years and having a great relationship witb my husband, I still learned from you both and LOVED it. Relationships are truely work, but sooo rewarding if you both work at it and stay committed to each other!💕 I love your podcast!

Jul 15th
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Jennifer Arabella

Susan Kelnhofer Nelson Agree, love it

Jul 16th
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Tracey Johnson

Ok! I'm glad you shared this. I lost both parents 8 months apart from each other, very suddenly. my heart is shattered, my family is no more. i wanted to end my life I'm an only child and I have no idea what to do now. that happened 4 years ago. since their deaths, I lost a job that I enjoyed, lost all my money, credit crashes, no home, no car, living pillar to post with people who were not nice to me. was blamed and mistreated for having my emotions. lost friends who turned their backs on me during this crisis. Then I had a stroke. All of that was 18 months after their deaths. just recently in the last few months I finally accepted that I'm hurt, they are gone but I'm still alive I have to fight for myself. this spoke to me in such a deep deep way. I can't imagine having your kids snatched like that. sooooo unfair. I looked closely at JOY! I have slowly regained my JOY! I survived and I'm still here. I can't wait for your book. In my BEST Reba voice I'm A Survivor ❤❤❤

Jul 15th
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Jennifer Arabella

Tracey Johnson so sorry for you :(

Jul 16th
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Tracey Johnson

hmmmm I've given up on love. the man I thought I was going to marry devastated me by dating multiple women. in our faith dating and courtship is not a toy. I had no way to know he wasn't serious. I actually thought he was getting ready to propose. I just can't give myself up to another man again. so if you and Kyle have some words and advice I'll listen heart open wide. I think I should be by myself. maybe God wants me to be single so I can use my freedom for other missions.

Jul 15th
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Jennifer Arabella

Tracey Johnson Totally agree!!!!

Jul 16th
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Lisa Rochefort

This was amazing! And I sooooo needed to hear this. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! On a side note...I remember when you first started YouTube doing makeup videos in front of your sequined back drop hahah...and I have been here as you have evolved. I love the progression! I remember watching you in the beginning and thinking this girl is so happy and full of life and I get energized just watching her....and it's still true today. Thank you for sharing this message and thank you for sharing your life with the world.

Jul 15th
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Lisa Rochefort

I have watched Mallory since the beginning of you tube, I am so thankful for her positive spirit her uplifting words of encouragement and the happiness she spreads to all who watch her, know her, listen to her and follow her. I am so excited to go on this journey with her and hear all about how she lives such a positive life and how she turned dark times around and came out on the other side. I love watching her family and I am so happy for all of the success she has had. Thank you for sharing your life with us. You, Kyle and Ford and baby....bring so much happiness and light to the world. Love yall!!!

Jul 4th
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Susan Kelnhofer Nelson

I love Mallory and her podcast! So inspiring!

Jul 3rd
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Dee Seymour

Helping me so much. AMAZING thank you Mallory love you xx☘🇺🇸💖

Jul 2nd
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Victoria Sawdon

So proud of you Mallory!! what a great message and looking forward to hearing you and your guests!! ❤

Jul 2nd
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Jenna Angelo Ellis

This podcast seriously hit home! Sure, it was incredibly motivating, but Mallory and her guests gave concrete tools that you can immediately use right after the podcast is over. Freaking incredible and so heart touching! Thank you Mallory!

Jul 2nd
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Jaime Byrd-Groff

WOW, what a light of inspiration. Wise beyond her years...raw, humble,encouraging, honest....can't wait for Monday's!

Jul 2nd
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Mary Pat Murray

Such an inspiration! I can't imagine going through the loss that Ashley and Mike experienced - but how she has used that pain, that loss to add dimension to her life is so uplifitng!

Jul 1st
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Mary Pat Murray

Wonderful podcast! It takes a special person to be so open and honest about where they've been and how they came out the other side! Awesome!

Jul 1st
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Marjolein Paardekooper

Amazing work Mallory!! Very inspiring

Jul 1st
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Sarah DiFazio

Such an incredible podcast!

Jul 1st
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