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The Suburban Girl JA Podcast

Author: Candice Stewart

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The Suburban Girl JA Podcast is a show featuring monologues and interviews that share pertinent life lessons from everyday experiences.
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The 2021 Pizza

The 2021 Pizza

2021-04-1720:21

This episode focuses on some truths that we should know and may only need a little reminder. In this 20 ish minute long episode, Candice talks about the journey with the creation of a pizza and how the experience brought forth lessons such as "it's okay to know your desired end product without knowing how you'll get there". Candice dropped a couple gems in this episode about managing your time and the tasks and responsibilities you may have. Treat your life like a pizza in some weird way and apply the lessons you'll learn as you prepare and bake the pizza. Signed with love, The Suburban Girl JA #Visioning
In this episode, Candice speaks frankly about claiming your space in areas you belong without shrinking because small minded people tell you that you don't belong. In an odd encounter with a lizard in her bathroom, she somehow finds life lessons to motivate and perhaps inspire others to fight for what belongs to them and fight for what they want. So in true, Suburban Girl JA style, go for what you want and learn the lessons in every experience! Signed with love, The Suburban Girl JA #ClaimYourSpace
Point Blank Period

Point Blank Period

2021-04-1723:59

On this episode, Candice shares her first experience with her period and the awkward and uncomfortable motions she went through when it happened. She shares, as well moments where her period pains get unbearable and the tell tale signs that the period is on the way. As the story progresses, she speaks about the need for us to make room for conversations with girls, boys, mothers, fathers and other family members I openly discuss periods without having it be hushed and made into a taboo conversation. Periods are quite natural and as such, the conversations about them should be equally natural. Though hilarious in delivery, this episode is also a conversation starter. So let's continue to have the conversation and make it a normal occurrence. Signed with love, The Suburban Girl JA #Period
In this episode, Candice briefly shares lessons she learned from an uncle who recently passed away. All three lessons came from the way he lived his life and the way the Suburban Girl JA wished he didn't. This podcast episode was recorded after the realisation that it's World Kidney Day. Uncle died from complications with the kidney. So what better way than to pay tribute from the perspective of the Suburban Girl JA? Backstory: After a quick recording and post production, it was realised that more context is needed. So here goes. My lovely uncle was diagnosed with kidney issues a few years ago. He also had diabetes. He stopped taking his medication and sought help strictly from a herbalist. That decision led to the gradual decay or his kidneys. In the end, he passed away when the family wasn't prepared in any way to see him go. Since his departure, it's been difficult to traverse life. It still feels unreal, even. Because I except him to call and say "sis". I expect him to come to the house on a random weekend. I expect him to come on a public holiday. .... The brief discussion was done unguided so you will hear the realness in the pauses, the sighs, the cracks in the voice and the random dog barking in the background. Take heed, though. Live well and learn from the lessons shared. #aTribute #WorldKidneyDay
In this episode, The Suburbam Girl JA shares a story that her friend shared. She speaks about the pests in our lives that affect our ability to bloom. One of the major takeaways is that the pests in our lives feed on us and/or the things we nurture because they actually need us to survive. So, if we tackle them and banish them from our space, we give ourselves better opportunities to bloom. In true Suburban Girl JA style, Candice leave listeners with tips/steps in tackling the fears and anxiety that cripples us. Remember to face them head on. The longer you avoid those pests is the longer they'll stay in your life. To read the blog post, visit thesuburbangirl.com and look for the guest post with a caterpillar as the featured image. #Anxiety #Fear #Pests
For International Women's Day 2021, Candice dedicates the show to the women in her life. She describes the women in her life as phenomenal and also shares lessons learned from her mother and how those lessons have impacted her life. Though it wasn't explicitly stated, The Suburban Girl JA hopes that women will learn from the lessons and also recognise their power. This episode was recorded without guiding notes so you may feel as though Candice is right there with you as she uses fillers, short pauses and some stutter as she finds the words to share. Happy International Women's Day #InternationalWomensDay #LessonsFromMyMother #Women
In this episode of the podcast, Candice briefly addresses the need to make eye contact during conversations, making people feel comfortable and welcome in a space to share how they're really doing when the question, "How are you doing?" is asked. She wraps with encouragement to others to be nice to others. #TheSuburbanGirlJA #EyeContact #BeNice
As an introduction to the podcast, Candice shares her story of the time she dropped the eggs while preparing to bake after having a rough couple of days in her life. She takes you through some of her emotions leading up to the incident and how she responded after the fact. This prelude of sorts is the gateway into the mind of the Suburban Girl JA as she tries to teach, motivate, inspire and enrich lives through the lessons in her experiences. #TheSuburbanGirlJA #LifeLessons #Baking #Eggs
Comments (4)

Jheanelle Hemmings

Dear Surburban Girl, I see impatience and deadness in some of these eyes.! If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then I be terrified of some of these souls out here! *clutching my cross here*

Mar 6th
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Jheanelle Hemmings

Thoughts while listening :-) ........ 1). How in the world of Chef Remi indeed and of course Gordon Ramsey would never allow you back in the kitchen you amateur! 2). Funny enough you have never baked for any of us village people...I am triggered! 3). Love how you can always see life lessons in the things you do! 4) Girl run the mistake story....we waan hear it! How wi suppose to learn? 5)Drop my eggs all the time and it's always the worst feeling ever like mi ago dead! But I love your lessons coming out of it. 6) Voice on point as always!

Mar 6th
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