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Brave New You Tribe podcast is about the business of life and work and the courage it takes to find your way through both. It takes courage to build a brand or business, write a book, live the life you feel passionate about, driven by purpose, challenged by adversity, lifted by the highs, and focussed on the possibilities for the future. Our guests are entrepreneurs, small business owners, brand builders, campaigners, creatives and visionaries.Welcome to a world in which the bold bring us Stories from the Edge. You will hear the tales of courageous people who have been through life or business challenges, turned them around and dare to share the lessons they learned. We are Lou Hamilton & Meredith Hepner-Chapman and we are the founders of the inspirational loungewear brand Brave New You Apparel. It all began with Lou's Brave New Girl books which also became apparel, films and podcasts. Brave New You TRIBE was created to celebrate the women in our community and the TRIBE podcast as a way of expressing the challenges and celebrations that we all face in our everyday lives. Every week, artist & illustrator, Lou interviews a real life Brave New Girl or guy, who has taken the road less travelled, faced adversity & learned the lessons along the way. Thank you for listening and please like, review & subscribe to keep up to date on all BRAVE NEW YOU TRIBE podcasts. The podcast series produced, guested & edited by www.podstarpr.com Podstar - the Podcast PR agency. Want to know more about Brave New You or join the tribe www.brave-new-you.com - For more: Instagram @bravenewyouapparel @bravenewyoutribe @brave_newgirl @podstar_podcastpragency -Twitter @bravenewyouBNG @createlab @podstarpr
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This week's guest is Jane Wynyard, wildlife photographer, conservation activist and consultant for Save the Elephant and the Elephant Crisis Fund in Kenya, left the star-spangled world of fashion PR in the heart of London, to live out of a suitcase in the African Bush.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host & artist, Lou Hamilton chatted with Jane as they discussed Jane's outdoorsy childhood, a glamorous life as a journalist working for the BBC, then eventually becoming Head of PR for Hearst Magazines before being taken on by Net a Porter. After much soul-searching her heart pulled her towards photographing wildlife in Africa and at the age of 47 she turned her back on the 9-5 and headed to the African Bush to consult for the charities that she believed in.In this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.You can find out more about Jane's work on https://www.batteredpassport.com and follow her on instagram @janewynyardJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for sourcing guests for the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Vicki Wusche who went from living on benefits with her two children to becoming listed as one of  The Telegraph's most Influential People in property. She's written five books and helps others secure their financial futures.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chatted with Vicki as they discussed how she escaped an abusive marriage, with her two young children, learned to budget on benefits, got herself to University, became a business lecturer and then got into property. Living in chronic pain she built a property portfolio and started to mentor people in non-traditional wealth retirement plans. She shows that no matter how dark things get you can always pull yourself up and out of it.In this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.You can follow Vicki on https://vickiwusche.com/ or on Twitter @vickiwuscheIf you are affected by this you can call National Domestic Abuse Helpline or find out more through the charity Refuge hereJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for sourcing guests for the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Pam Millington, originally from Zambia, Pam married a Brit and raised two children in a rural village in Wiltshire. When the boys flew the nest, Pam and Richard decided to fly off too and moved back to Zambia to a build a house in the virgin bush.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chatted with Pam as they discussed growing up as the only black girl in her primary school in Zambia, boarding at the same secondary school that Nelson Mandela sent his kids to, falling in love with a Brit and heading to the UK with him to raise a family. Bringing up two boys in a rural, very white, village in Wiltshire, Pam had to help them learn to fend off taunts, and on one occasion she faced up to the head teacher who, she believed reacted to an incident in a disappointingly racist fashion. When the boys left home Pam and her husband Richard decided to head back to Zambia on the offer of land, and set out to build their dream life in the Africa bush.In this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.You can follow Pam's adventure on Instagram on @kasenga20Join our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for sourcing guests for the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Claire Smith, designer & founder of Cloudy Lemonade Jewellery. She doesn't do diamonds, but she does do boobs and other pieces to make you smile; handcrafted from scrap silver, packaged sustainably, £1 from each piece is donated to MQ Mental Health Charity .Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chatted with Claire as they discussed boobs, f*** ups and other meaningful pieces. Moving to Scotland when she was about to give birth, learning to be a silversmith and simultaneously building her business as sustainably as possible has been a challenge, but the emails she gets from customers saying how much the jewellery has helped them in their own life trials, makes it all worthwhile. In this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.You can find out more about Claire's work on https://cloudylemonadejewellery.co.uk/shop and follow her on Instagram on @cloudy_lemonade_jewelleryJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for sourcing guests for the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Hannah Turner, a ceramicist with a brand that has built over thirty years, weathering two recessions and a global pandemic. With an ever expanding family of humorous sculptural & crockery creatures, her work is widely collected & stocked in some of our most illustrious stores & galleries.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chatted with Hannah as they discussed going from a small crafting business to scaling up to working with a Sri Lankan manufacturer, juggling kids & work, carving out creative play time, surge exhaustion, conservation & re-wilding. It is not easy holding the reins on your passion and purpose and still build a sustainable business. In this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.You can find out more about Hannah's work on www.hannahturner.co.uk/ and follow her on Instagram on @hannahturneruk Join our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Rebecca Oxtoby, author of the humorous yet brutally honest book for first time mothers: "Mum's the Word- the sh*t nobody tells you about parenthood until it's too late" Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chatted with Rebecca, as they discussed how after fertility treatment, and being truly grateful for having a baby, the reality of going from high achiever to being in the simultaneously  underwhelming and overwhelming world of new motherhood hits like a bolt from the blue. Rebecca had post-natal depression and started to write as therapy but realised her words might also be a life-line to other new parents like her. In this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.You can buy Rebecca's book on Amazon or Waterstonesand follow her on Instagram @bookmumsthewordJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Tamsyn Wood, a plant-based lifestyle blogger whose purpose is to support other carers like herself. From living the dream, with her true love, 4 kids & chickens in the South of France, her life was turned upside-down when her husband suffered a brain injury and was left blind, wheel-chair bound and needing 24/7 care. Tamsyn talks about how she survives a life she hadn't planned.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chatted with Tamsyn, as they discussed the healing power of the sea, and of allowing yourself to go through the emotions- all of them, even when you find yourself on the floor weeping, but knowing that that is ok. In this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Tamsyn's work on https://www.feedmebeautiful.com/and follow her on Instagram @feedmebeautifulJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Tamara Rajah MBE, Founder and CEO of Live Better With, a healthcare platform that helps make day-to-day life a little bit better for patients with long-term conditions. Prior to Live Better With, Tamara was the youngest Partner at McKinsey & Company at the time, where she spent a decade in the healthcare practice, and led McKinsey’s knowledge and client work on entrepreneurship and technology clusters in life sciences, digital and technology. She has been listed in the  Sunday Times/Management Today's 35 under 35, The Wharton School's 40 under 40, ComputerWeekly’s Top 50 Influential Women in Tech, BusinessInsider's UK Tech 100, Young Guns 2018 and  Red Magazine's Top 20 Career Shifters.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chatted with Tamara as they discussed what it was like being in a company where there was no glass ceiling, and why despite that, she decided to jump ship and become an entrepreneur, with all it's ups and downs, not least a global pandemic. Turning a big ship at short notice is no mean feat but that's what she did with her company when COVID demanded adaptation, at a time when ever increasing numbers of people had to manage their own chronic health care conditions, at home. In this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Tamara's work on https://livebetterwith.com/and follow her on Instagram @livebetterwithcancer/Join our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week our guest is Michelle Ovens MBE, Founder of Small Business Britain and its campaigns - f:Entrepreneur, I:Entrepeneur & The Small Awards. She is the Director of Small Business Saturday, a grassroots not-for-profit campaign set up to support, inspire and promote the UK's 5.8 million small businesses.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chatted with Michelle in the summer, when they discussed navigating entrepreneurs through the pandemic crisis, and the impetus to stay optimistic and hopeful in order to find solutions, survival and even growth. Pioneering ways to champion, inspire & accelerate small businesses in Britain this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Michelle's work on https://smallbusinessbritain.uk/and follow her on twitter @MichOvensJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Uju Asika, a multiple award-nominated blogger, screenwriter and author of her new book, Bringing up Race; How to Raise a Kind Child in a Prejudiced World, in which she asks what race means for all parents and posing the question about how we talk to children about racism. Questions for all of us.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chats with Uju as they discuss kindness, consciousness, seeing colour, positive discrimination, and creating a better world. Uju was fearful of raising her head above the parapet to write this book, but she did it anyway, and in this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Uju's work on https://babesabouttown.com/and follow her on @babesabouttownJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Katie Cross, Founder of Cake or Death London. After a near miss at the Great British Bake-Off, Katie decided to start a vegan bakery that quickly began to supply cake & cookies wholesale to cafes, art venues and businesses across London. When Covid hit, the business took a nosedive, but a little side hustle took centre-stage. Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chats with Katie as they discuss how, dressed in pink leopard boxes Katie's tray bake brownies began to snowball. Everyone wanted to send them to loved ones & feel connected through cake. Arguably the best vegan brownies you've ever tasted, they are delivered across the UK, directly through your letterbox, with a heartwarming message. Scaling fast under such testing circumstances is no mean feat, and in this way this Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Katie's work on https://www.cakeordeath.net/and follow her on @cakeordeathldnJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Mona Usher, founder of Samara Cuisine; a Lebanese wedding catering business. She brings the cooking and culture from her homeland, where she grew up in war-torn Beirut. Mona shares her love for Lebanon which has been so battered over the years; not least most recently with the devastating impact of the harbour explosion.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chats with Mona, as they discuss the 15 years of war that Mona grew up in, often trapped in her flat for fear of bombardment or snipers, but using her time to learn to cook. Mona has since built her life here in the UK, but her heart is still with Lebanon, and so when she watched the recent horrifying explosion destroy her city once more, her heart broke again for her people and her country. This Woman of Courage brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Mona's work on https://samaracuisine.co.uk/and follow her on @samaracuisineJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is arts and social documentary photographer Sarah Hickson. In collaboration with other arts practitioners, humanitarian organisations or as a solitary creative nomad, she captures the human spirit where it shows itself at the frayed edges; revealing fragility & vulnerability, but also resilience and hope.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chats with Sarah as she talks about how she photographs the lonely images of lockdown, the vibrant visual rhythms of the arts, creative process and diverse cultures, as well as the humbling landscapes of displaced and migrant peoples caught between the loss of their homelands and the future hope for safety and security. Holding firmly to her camera through these turbulent and transient times, she brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Sarah's work on https://photography.sarahhickson.com/and follow her on @sarahmhicksonJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Dr Elizabeth Frood, broadcaster, Egyptologist & associate professor at Oxford University, specialising in the Ancient World's graffiti, sacred places and social structures. In 2015 her world was rocked when she contracted Sepsis, nearly died and lost her legs, much of the use of her hands and the hearing in her right ear; but that didn't stop her continuing the work she loves.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chats with Liz as they discuss ancient graffiti, making a documentary about the Tutankhamun exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, her work in Egypt and the disease that brought her down. She says she needed to dig deep within herself to find the courage to adapt after the life-changing damage that Sepsis inflicted on her body, but with the support of friends, family and colleagues, she is able, slowly, to figure out how to rebuild and move her life forwards. Liz brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Liz's work on https://www.stx.ox.ac.uk/people/elizabeth-frood You can watch her documentary Tutankhamun in Colour on BBC4 iplayerFind out more about Sepsis https://sepsistrust.org/Join our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's real life Brave New Girl guest is Karen Arthur. After three decades teaching in secondary education she was forced to leave her job after hitting a mid-life breakdown; or what she later described as a breakthrough. Discovering eventually that her plummeting mental health was due to stress and menopause, the crisis  left her wondering what she was meant to be doing with her life. After much body, mind and soul rebuilding she started to plough her energies into becoming a designer of bespoke, flamboyant fashion inspired by her Barbadian mother and aunt's vintage wardrobe. From the darkness she emerged with a mission to encourage women to Wear Their Happy.Brave New You Tribe podcast host, artist & illustrator Lou Hamilton talks with Karen as they discuss black menopause, mental health and finding your purpose and passion in life. Karen says that Courage is not about slaying the dragon but about honesty, and being prepared to let go and be vulnerable. In this raw and extremely honest interview Karen brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Karen's's work on https://reddskin.co.uk follow her on instagram @thekarenarthurJoin our community https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's real life Brave New Girl is Amanda Scott, Founder and CEO of B-Corp certified Thomson and Scott creators of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic champagnes and sparkling wines. A true innovator and disrupter of the global wine industry, Amanda trained at Le Cordon Bleu School in Paris, before developing her own portfolio and brand. Always with the party and taste in mind, she wanted to create wines that were vegan, organic and with the least added sugar as possible. She was taking the road less travelled and she faced many challenges and naysayers along the way.Brave New You TRIBE podcast Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chats with Amanda as they discuss the entrepreneurial journey, the power of knowledge and curiosity and the courage to put one foot in front of the other even when the obstacles in front of you seem unsurmountable. With verve and fizzing with energy this party girl, Amanda brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Amanda's work on https://thomsonandscott.com/ follow her on instagram @thomsonandsctott and @noughtyafJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is Reita Gadkari, a property developer and philanthropist who has supported literacy & numeracy in India, the resurgence of Indian Classical Music, as well as being a champion & backer of International Arts, Music, Theatre, Poetry & Cinema. In recent years she has created the Owl & the Pussy Cat Hotel on a coastal corner of Sri Lanka, bringing poetry, the arts and architecture under one roof. But it's not been plain sailing; being a woman in the construction industry, and a new hotelier when the tourist industry took a hit after a devastating terrorist attack in Sri Lanka's largest city Columbo. Now following COVID-19 she is opening up again with an optimistic and creative vision for the future.Brave New You Tribe podcast host, artist & illustrator Lou Hamilton talks to Reita about Sri Lanka, the NGO's Pratham & SPIC MACAY , about building a property business and supporting the arts. Reita says that we must have the courage to challenge ourselves but that there is no shame in being careful and taking things step by step.  As Reita paints a picture of the quirky corner of the world that she has created she brings us her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Reita's work on https://www.otphotel.com/ follow her on instagram @otphotelJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest is award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster Angela Saini. She has the knack of getting to the nub of how science impacts us all whether it's How Science Got Women Wrong in her book Inferior, or in her latest book Superior which explores the murky history of race science.Host, artist & illustrator Lou Hamilton talks with Angela as they discuss how 'race' as a social construct reaches its tentacles far and wide; not least in how racism impacts health as we've seen in the spiked numbers of ethnic minorities affected during the global pandemic. Angela talks about why she has come off certain social media, and why she wants to use platforms that give space & time for more nuanced discussion and debate, in order to move things forward for the better. This is her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Angela's work on https://www.angelasaini.co.uk/ follow her on instagram @angeladsaini Join our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest on Brave New You TRIBE podcast is Clare Pooley, writer of the blog Mummy was a Secret Drinker, the memoir Sober Diaries- the unexpected joy of being sober, and most recently author of the 'feel-good novel of 2020' The Authenticity Project (recently #19 on the Amazon charts). As she emerged as Sober Mummy, Clare attracted 3 million followers to her blog. There was a gap in the market; most of the books on giving up booze were about the drinking days, not about giving up, how to do it and what to expect in the process. She had given up just before a diagnosis of breast cancer. She didn't feel brave; she believes courage is when you are given a choice about something and cancer wasn't a choice. Instead she felt that her courage came through choosing doing something that scares her, like getting through the day without picking up a glass of wine. Host, artist & illustrator Lou Hamilton talks with Clare as they discuss sobriety, loneliness, shame, the grubby truth behind perfection, and finding confidence in courage. This is her Story from the Edge.Find out more about Clare's work on https://clarepooley.com/ and follow her on instagram @clare_pooleyThe Authenticity Project is on the long list for Not the Booker PrizeJoin our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
This week's guest on Brave New You TRIBE is Jade Statt, founder of the charity Street Vet UK. When she recognised that there was a problem for the homeless being able to get medical help for their pets, she set out to find a solution. Teaming up with another vet who had a similar mission, they strapped on backpacks and joined forces with other homeless providers to supply care to the owners' dogs. And so Street Vet UK was born and since then it has spread across the country with many vets and nurses volunteering their time to give support and care where it is needed. Pets are therapy for their owners who often put their dogs' well-being above their own. Broadcaster Clare Balding is now the Street Vet UK Ambassador.Host, artist & illustrator, Lou Hamilton chats with Jade as they discuss mental health, pet therapy, homelessness and what courage looks like when you believe in something and encourage others to come along on the journey. This is Jade's Story from the Edge.You can find out more about Jade work at https://www.streetvet.co.uk/ and follow the charity on Instagram @streetvetuk_Join our tribe https://www.brave-new-you.com/tribe and follow us on instagram @bravenewyoutribe and Lou @brave_newgirlThanks to Podstar Ltd for producing the series https://podstarpr.com/Music is licensed from Melody LoopsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=S7WVQQ2YC26RN)
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