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Welcome to Out Of The Bubble hosted by Rachel Peru. Where you get to hear from amazing women who are embracing life and leaving a trail of inspiration along the way.
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Welcome back to Episode 9 , Out of the Bubble with his weeks guest Sam Bunch, author of Collecting Conversations (100 women sharing there every day thoughts) and newly published Menopause- A Hot Topic. Sam also has TEDX speaker to add to her list which is no mean feat. We talk about the insights she's gained from collecting all these conversations, how she overcomes her dislike for being in the spotlight and what it's actually like to present a live TEDX talk.Favourite song- 'I can see clearly now' by Jimmy CliffInspiring book- Anam Cara by John O'DonohueWho inspires you? Normal every day people.I can definitely recommend you all read "Collecting Conversations" and Menopause -A Hot Topic, which you can directly order from www.collectingconversations.com where you also catch up with Sam's blog. The books are also available on Amazon. To keep up to date with everything Sam is getting up to you can follow her on Instagram and Facebook @collectingconversations and Twitter @collecctingconvs. Sam's Ted talk "what to learn about life, stop and listen" which has been watched by thousands, is available at www.Ted.comPlease get in touch with any comments on the Anchor.ap or www.racheleperumodel.com. It would be great if you could leave a review too!You can also find me over on Instagram @rachelperu1 Twitter @rachel_peru and Facebook @rachelperumodel(Background music credited to Scott Holmes -Our Big Adventure)I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the meantime....keep being fabulous x--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
Welcome to this weeks podcast with Rachel Lankester founder of Magnificent Mid-life, The Mutton club and can now add podcast host to her title. Rachel decided to create Magnificent Midlife through her own experiences of the lack of information out there for women in midlife and those going through the menopause. Rachel went through early menopause aged 41 and tackled all the issues head on but had to go out searching for the right kind of information and is now passionate about wanting to help other women have a more positive informative hub to go to. Her positive attitude to midlife is wonderful and her attitude to this next chapter in life is inspiring. We talk about her experience of the early menopause, her attitude to midlife, the importance of exercise and finding space to move forwards. Favourite piece of music or song that motivates you?  "I would have  to choose two. The first one would be The Lark Ascending-Ralph Vaughan Williams and The Queen of Clubs by KC and the Sunshine Band." What books has really inspired you?  "I'm currently reading The Wisdom Of Menopause by Christiane Northrup" What advice would you give to women who are struggling at the moment and who feel that they've lost their way? "Just reconnect with who you are and who you want to be, because midlife is a great time to take stock. Who have you been before and who do you want to be in the future? Don't put the brakes on yourself now, really think what do you want now because it's your time to shine, it's your time to be you. Don't step back, step forwards" I'm sure you will feel inspired by everything Magnificent Midlife offers, including the podcast which I have had the pleasure of being a guest on, which you can visit at www.magnificentmidlife.com. You can also keep up with everything Rachel is up to over on Instagram & Facebook @magnificentmidlife and twitter @magnifmidlife. Please get in touch with any comments on the Anchor.ap or www.racheleperumodel.com. It would be great if you could leave a review too!  You can also find me over on Instagram @rachelperu1 Twitter @rachel_peru and Facebook @rachelperumodel (Background music credited to Scott Holmes -Our Big Adventure) I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the meantime....keep being fabulous x--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
I first met this weeks guest over 30 years ago and although we lost touch I have admired her progress from afar. Samantha Sweet is the co-founder , along with her husband Sam Sweet,( yes you read that right!) of an award winning beauty and nail distribution company Sweet Squared.Sam's passion for nails and her business is not only infectious but also really inspiring on how her hard work and 100% dedication has paid off. We learn some great behind the nail industry details alongside honest chats about dealing with business when it throws you a curve ball and what she feels about the laws of attraction in life.Favourite song that motivates you.Calling All the Heroes-It Bites, (definitely an 80's girl).What book has inspired you?I love Alexander McQueen coffee books.  Savage beauty by Andrew Bolton, Genuis of a Generation, Kristen Knox, anything creative like that.Who inspires you?I'd have to say my mum as I wouldn't be where I am today without her.To find out more about Sweet Squared you can visit www.sweetsquared.com or follow Sam on Twitter and Instagram @ samanthasweet. Please get in touch with any comments on the Anchor.ap or www.racheleperumodel.com. It would be great if you could leave a review too! You can also find me over on Instagram @rachelperu1 Twitter @rachel_peru and Facebook @rachelperumodel(Background music credited to Scott Holmes -Our Big Adventure)I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the meantime....keep being fabulous x--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
Welcome back to another dose of inspiration and this weeks’ guest has such a long list of achievements that it’s hard to know where to start. This week we have the pleasure of talking with the go to television expert on consumer and retail, Kate Hardcastle MBE, otherwise known as the customer whisperer.  We find out what drives Kate in business, where here passion to give back through her business and all her charity work comes from. Her love for music and singing with ForFunkSakeBand and all the great work Kate does with the Positive Image charity. Favourite song that motivates you? That's just too hard to choose as I love so many different genres of music from Stevie Wonder to musicals. So I chose to add Stevie Wonder - 'I Wish' for Kate as I'm a huge Stevie fan too.  A book that’s inspired you? Anything by Michael Gladwell (Blink, The Power of Thinking,  Talking to Strangers, David & Goliath). Who inspires you? My children, everything you do is for them, I want to do my part to make the world better for them. I am inspired by people that want to collaborate with others. “I prefer to build bridges not thrones”. Love this quote from Kate to finish on. Please get in touch with any comments on the Anchor ap or www.rachelperumodel.com. It would be great if you could leave a review too! You can also find me on instagram @rachelperu1  or facebook(Background music credited to Scott Holmes-  Our Big Adventure)  I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the mean time... keep being fabulous! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
This week I am joined by Louise Proddow, founder of Rejuvage. For those that don't know about Rejuvage, it's an online platform with a real sense of community for midlife women, covering a wide range of topics from health, wellness, beauty, fashion and so much more. Louise is another 50 year old who has a very positive approach to her age and life with her social media platforms full of daily inspiration and she has definitely motivated me to get fitter in my midlife. We talk about where she gets her inspiration from, travelling too far away places and taking up weight lifting in her fifties.Favourite motivating song- Just can't get enough, Depeche Mode.Favourite book that's inspired you? Russell Brands -Recovery. Who inspires you? My family. They are all very driven, healthy and loyal and I love spending time with them.I highly recommend listeners to go check out Rejuvage at www.rejuvage.com and you can also follow Louise over on all social media platforms @rejuvage.Please get in touch with any comments on the Anchor ap or www.rachelperumodel.com. If listening via Itunes it woud be great if you could leave a review too! You can also find me on instagram @rachelperu1 (Background music credited to Scott Holmes- Our Big Adventure)I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the mean time... keep being fabulous! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
Welcome back to episode 4 with this weeks super talented fashion designer Debbie Wilkinson. Debbie started her fashion brand Fruitbats & Screwballs from scratch in her late forties without having any formal fashion background. Within the first year she was called upon by New York Fashion week and her modern take on the poncho and cape is utterly fabulous. We talk about what keeps her motivated, ageism in the fashion industry and how important following your dreams and passions are what ever your age. I have so much admiration for Debbie and know this won't be the last time our paths will cross.Favourite song- The Power of Love- Frankie Goes to HollywoodFavourite book- Watership Down- Richard AdamsWho inspires you- My family, my daughter inspires me daily and also everyday people that are getting out there and embracing life.Please get in touch with any comments on the Anchor ap or www.rachelperumodel.com. If listening via Itunes it woud be great if you could leave a review too! You can also find me on instagram @rachelperu1 (Background music credited to Scott Holmes- Our Big Adventure)I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the mean time... keep being fabulous! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
Welcome back to Episode 3 of Out of the Bubble.The list of publications that this week's guest Marina Gask has worked on during her extensive media career as a top journalist includes Just 17, Sugar, Cosmopoltan, Glamour and so many more. Marina is now the co-founder, along with Faye Watts, of Audrey online, which if you haven't already discovered I can highly recommend it.We get to chat about life behind the magazines, how sharing other women stories is so inspiration and powerful, thoughts on the medias out dated representation of women over 40 and what #GenerationRestart is all about.Favourite piece of music - Anything by the Isley Brothers, Behind a Painted SmileInspiring book - Tales of the City by Armistead MaupinWho inspires you? - My mum, she published a book at the age of 83. She hadn't been a writer previously but grew up in France during the 2nd World War and wrote a book about her family life being stranded in Normandy. 'Nell and the Girls' by Jeanne Gask,To find out more about Audrey on line please visit www.audreyonline.co.uk, you can also follow on Instagram and Twitter @bemoreaudrey and Facebook @Audrey OnlineI'll be back in a fortnight when I'll be joined by super talented fashion designer Debbie Wilkinson , founder of Screwballs & Bats. We'll be finding out what it's like to set up your own fashion business from scratch without any formal training in your late forties and Debbie's personal experience of ageism in the industry. I'm also dying to know where the name of her brand came from!Please get in touch with any comments on the Anchor ap or www.rachelperumodel.com. If listening via Itunes it woud be great if you could leave a review too! You can also find me on instagram @rachelperu1 (Background music credited to Scott Holmes- Our Big Adventure)I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the mean time... keep being fabulous! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
Sneaky peek at Episode 2 with a bumper edition podcast full of inspiring women.  My first guest really epitomises what Out of the Bubble podcast is all about. I am beyond excited to welcome Tricia Stewart, the driving force behind the alternative WI calendar back in 1999, which went on to become a global phenomenon and to date has raised over £5 million for the Bloodwise charity.  You may have bought the calendar, watched the Calendar Girls film where Helen Mirren plays Tricia or seen the stage version or musical but now it's time to meet the lady behind it all. As if that's not enough inspiration we then get to go behind the scenes from this years MacMillan Charity fashion show in Ilkley, which I have volunteered in for the last ten years. This event has raised literally tens of thousands to date and I genuinely love meeting up with all the volunteers each year. I thought it would be fun to hear from some of the brave women that take part each year to find out why they said yes and what they get out of itOut Monday 8th July.Don't miss it!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
Welcome back to episode 2 and this week we have a bumper edition full of inspiring women. My first guest really epitomises what Out of the Bubble podcast is all about. I am beyond excited to welcome Tricia Stewart, the driving force behind the alternative WI calendar back in 1999, which went on to become a global phenomenon and to date has raised over £5 million for the Bloodwise charity.  You may have bought the calendar, watched the Calendar Girls film where Helen Mirren plays Tricia or seen the stage version or musical but now it's time to meet the lady behind it all.Motivating song/music- Fall on me by Andrea Bocelli.Favourite Book- The Wrong Boy. by Willy Russell.Who inspires you? My mum, she had 5 kids, she didn't have me and my twin brother until she was 46, she never seemed older than any of the other mothers. She was fabulous.If you'd like to know more about Tricia you can visit www.wicalendargirl.com and for more information about all the important work the Bloodwise charity do please go to Bloodwise.org.ukAs if that's not enough inspiration we then get to go behind the scenes from this years MacMillan Charity fashion show in Ilkley, which I have volunteered in for the last ten years. This event has raised literally tens of thousands to date and I genuinely love meeting up with all the volunteers each year. I thought it would be fun to hear from some of the brave women that take part each year to find out why they said yes and what they get out of it.I'll be back in a fortnight when I will be joined by journalist Marina Gask, co-founder of Audrey on line. We get to chat about the lack of representation of older women in the media, what's behind Audreys #generationrestart and changing direction later in life.In the mean time....keep being fabulous!(Background music credited to Scott Holmes- My Big Adventure)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
Welcome back to Out of the Bubble and we are starting Series 2 with a. triple dose of inspiration. Frances Davies, Helen Butters and Niki Doeg are 3  of the 4 women who alongside Janette Benaddi formed The Yorkshire Rowers. These incredible ladies hold the title for being the first women to row any ocean when they rowed across the North Sea and that was just a warm up. They went on to complete the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge becoming the oldest all female crew to complete the 3000 nautical mile challenge in 2016, aged between 45 and 51 at the time.Favourite music that helped keep them motivated during the challenge- Mamma Mia soundtrackInspiring books- Debra Searle- The Journey, Elizabeth Day- How to Fail and Michelle Obama -BecomingWho inspires you? All three women said they get inspired by the people they meet on a daily basis. People that have come to them and shared their stories. Everyone has a story.These women are proof that it's never too late to embark on life changing experiences and epitomise Out of the Bubbles message perfectly. If you've been inspired and motivated by hearing their story please get in touch, I'd love to hear what you are all up to and how you are stepping out of your own bubble. To read more about their epic journey I can definitely recommend their book ' Four Mums in a Boat' , visit www.yorkshirerowers.com. You can also follow them on all social media platforms @yorkshirerowsPlease get in touch with any comments, I'd love to hear from you. Who inspires you? Who would you like to listen to next? You can leave a direct message on the anchor ap. or email rachelperumodel@gmail.com. If you're listening through iTunes don't forget to hit the review button too! You can also find me over on Instagram @rachelperu1 women to share. I'll be back in fortnight , but In the meantime........ Keep being fabulous!  (Background music credited to Scott Holmes-Our Big Adventure)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outofthebubble/message
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