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Day in the Life of Meg Sutton, Owner of Retail Shop Belle & Union

Day in the Life of Meg Sutton, Owner of Belle & Union Retail Shop: Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for a retail gift shop owner? Check out this episode of the Day in the Life podcast with Meg Sutton of Belle & Union to find out! #entrepreneur #smallbusiness #shopsmall

Today’s interview is with my good friend and client Meg Sutton, the owner of a shop called Belle & Union located in San Antonio. Meg opened up her first brick and mortar shop in July of 2018 after running her shop strictly online for years.

We talk about what it’s really like to open a brick and mortar store and how she even figured out how to open a retail shop, how and why she produces all of her products 100% in the U.S., imposter syndrome, why Meg stopped sharing her personal life on social media as well as why I stopped following the news. Yes, we get real deep in this episode and I’m excited for you to tune in!

As always, join in on the conversation with other Day in the Life listeners in our private Facebook group. Would love to have you over there so I can get to learn more about you!

Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

Day in the Life of Meg Sutton, Owner of Retail Shop Belle & Union

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • How Meg figured out how to open a retail shop.
  • Misconceptions people have about what it’s really like to run a brick and mortar store.
  • What lights her up the most about being a small shop owner.
  • The struggles and sacrifices she’s made as a business owner.
  • The process for producing products domestically.
  • Advice she’d give to anyone who wants to open their own small brick and mortar shop.
  • Imposter syndrome and how to fight it.
  • Why Meg stopped sharing her personal life on social media.
  • Why I stopped following the news.

It all started in 2012 with a relationship: a Southern art student and a Northern soldier fell in love along the sandy beaches of Tybee Island and the shady moss-draped oaks of Savannah, Georgia. Everything you’ll find at Belle & Union Co., is steeped in Southern hospitality, from the deepest grooves of our letterpress greeting cards to the very (literal) fiber of our signature tea towels: all proudly American made. We’ve got a soft spot for vintage American wit and wisdom and goods that tote a bit of a foodie twist. To us, nothing says home and comfort quite like the scents of Mawmaw’s kitchen; it’s the heart of the home and the memories made in it feed our souls.

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Day in the Life of Sarah Rink, Registered Dietitian

Day in the Life of Sarah Rink, Registered Dietitian: Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for a Registered Dietician? Check out this episode of the Day in the Life podcast with Sarah Rink to find out! #dietician #healthy #healthyhabits #mealplan #tips #recipes
Hiya Day in the Life fans, welcome back to another episode! I figured since it’s January and a lot of people focus on improving their health at the beginning of the year, so I decided to bring on my friend and Registered Dietitian Sarah Rink!
 
We talk about her favorite go-to breakfast and lunches that are quick, easy, and tasty, how batching tasks has changed her life and how you can get started, how to make healthier lifestyle changes actually STICK, and why you should consider meal planning.
 
Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

Day in the Life of Sarah Rink | Registered Dietitian

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • How batch tasking has changed her life and how you can get started.
  • What she struggles with in her career the most.
  • Misconceptions people have about Registered Dietitians.
  • Her favorite go-to breakfasts and lunches.
  • How to make healthier lifestyle changes that stick.
  • Why you should consider meal planning.

Sarah has been involved with the food industry since her 1st job at 16 working at a local restaurant. After graduating from Middle Tennessee State University with a BS in Food and Nutrition Science she moved to IL to complete her dietetic internship becoming a Registered Dietitian and received her Master’s Degree in Food & Nutrition. After learning that she was gluten intolerant several years ago, she became an avid meal planner, and somewhere along the way started to really enjoy cooking.

Sarah has the typical “9-5” job, but also started a side passion project using her nutrition background, meal planning skills and passion for cooking to help others plan meals, focusing on quick meal solutions that fit today’s busy lifestyles. Her goal is to help inform people how to live better and healthier lives through their food choices and show them it does not have to be expensive or time-consuming.

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2 Ways I’m Being More Vulnerable in 2019 & Tips on How You Can Too

2 Ways I'm Being More Vulnerable in 2019 & Tips on How You Can Too: Want to be more vulnerable throughout your life? Tune in to this podcast episode to find how I'm being more vulnerable in 2019 and how you can too. #vulnerability #brenebrown #quotes #therapy
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Hello, hello and we are back from our winter break with the first minisode of 2019 and we are starting with a bang by talking about vulnerability.
 
We’ve touched a little on this in a past minisode about setting fear aside but I want to talk more specifically about vulnerability as that was a topic we discussed thoroughly during this week’s interview with Alexis Teichmiller.
 
Being vulnerable is hard for me, like it is for almost anyone else. The reasons why it’s hard for me is because I don’t like being seen as weak or like I can’t do something or that I don’t know what I’m doing.
 
I think most people have those fears or similar fears so even though I know I’m not alone in those feelings…being vulnerable is still hard. Nobody likes the feeling of rejection. Nobody likes the feeling of loneliness.
 
But it’s interesting because when people are most vulnerable, we celebrate their strength. We love seeing others be so raw, honest and open but it’s still difficult for us to be comfortable with sharing our own vulnerabilities.
 
Tune in to find out the two ways I’m being more vulnerable in 2019, tips for how you can too, and my challenge on being more vulnerable.

2 Ways I’m Being More Vulnerable in 2019 & Tips on How You Can Too

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Day in the Life of Alexis Teichmiller, ConvertKit Affiliate Manager

Day in the life of Alexis Teichmiller, ConvertKit Affiliate Manager: Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for a ConvertKit employee? Check out this episode of the Day in the Life podcast interview with Alexis Teichmiller to find out! #convertkit #emailmarketing #entrepreneurship #authenticity #vulnerability
Affiliate disclaimer: Heads up! There are affiliate links in these show notes. What that means is if you click on a link and then make a purchase, I make a small percentage of money because I referred you. This comes at no additional cost to you. I only share products and resources that I trust and that I know will help you in your business. Grateful for your support! Hello hello and welcome back to the Day in the Life podcast! Happy 2019 everyone! I can’t believe we are already halfway through the first month of 2019, so crazy! Anyways, before we get to today’s episode, I wanted to share a few housekeeping updates before diving in. As most of you know, this podcast is a passion project of mine and not a primary way I make income. I was feeling really burnt out from all of the work I had taken on and taking a break was really good for me. So…with that, a few updates: 1) We’re going to try something new for the podcast this year…we’ll be doing seasons! Our “second” season will run January 15-April 2 and we will take a 6-week break in between before the third season starts. I have some fun plans for the mini-breaks though so you aren’t left with no new content 🙂 2) Minisodes will still be happening on Fridays and I’m hoping to make them more action & value-packed. I want us all to be challenged on how we can improve our days, whether it’s physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, etc and I want to use these minisodes to motivate and challenge you (and me!) 3) I’ve decided to launch a YouTube account! I’ve talked about this with countless people, some even in this group, and I’m committing to making it happen this year. My biggest hesitation around starting a YouTube account for the Day in the Life has been my fear of putting it all out there. Ya see, if I’m sharing what my daily life is like, I have to share the good AND the bad AND the ugly. And that intimidates me but I’m willing myself to push past that and show up…no matter what. I haven’t decided an exact date of launch yet but it’s coming…and I’m putting it here so you guys can keep me accountable. SO! Now that that’s out of the way… let’s get to today’s episode! Today’s interview is with Alexis Teichmiller who is the ConvertKit Affiliate Manager. (Don’t worry, if you don’t know what an affiliate manager is Alexis shares exactly what that is!) Most interestingly though, I wanted to bring on Alexis because she has made it a point to share vulnerable things about your life, your relationships, your struggles, anxiety, etc on social media. She shares why this is important to her, how other people can start to feel more comfortable with sharing their vulnerabilities, what “image management” is, as well as what it’s like to work for a completely remote company, and how she prioritizes her side hustle passions alongside a full-time job. Guys, I compared her to Brene Brown during the episode because she is just THAT GOOD. Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

Day in the Life of Alexis Teichmiller | ConvertKit Manager

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:
    • How Alexis got started working for ConvertKit.
    • Why it’s important to Alexis to share not only the great parts of her life but also the vulnerable parts of her life, her relationships, and anxiety.
    • What image management is and why we need to let it go.
    • Her tips on how other people start to feel more comfortable with sharing their vulnerabilities.
    • The best part about working at ConverKit and her experience working for a completely remote company.
    • How she prioritizes her side hustle passions and a full-time job plus advice she would give others who want to do the same.
    • Her biggest struggles and misconceptions about her career.
    • Her 3 non-negotiable travel items she can’t live without.
Alexis Teichmiller is the Affiliate Manager at ConvertKit, an email marketing provider for online creators. She is a content creators for hospitality brands as well as the host of The Laptop Lifestyle Podcast. Helping entrepreneurs tell their story and grow their businesses are two of her biggest passions.

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Compilation – The One Thing People Do Every Day That Makes A Difference

Today’s minisode we’re talking featuring a compilation of the one thing people do every day that makes a difference! Hear from past guests on what they do each and every day that makes a big difference in their lives.

The One Thing People Do Every Day That Makes A Difference: Find out the one thing successful entrepreneurs, business owners, teachers, and more do every day of their life that makes a huge difference! #motivation #inspiration

The One Thing People Do Every Day That Makes A Difference

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Day in the Life of Jackie Stoughton, Lawyer at Jade & Oak

On today’s show, I have Jackie Stoughton who is a lawyer located in Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania.

During the episode, Jackie and I discuss what made her get into the law industry, her struggles in her career, misconceptions people have about lawyers, and so much more!

Also, this will be the LAST new interview episode of 2018! We will be re-releasing some popular episodes over the next few weeks and will be taking a holiday break to rest and recharge. Excited to see what 2019 brings for the Day in the Life podcast!

Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

Day in the Life of a Lawyer: Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for a lawyer? Check out this episode of the Day in the Life podcast with Jackie Stoughton to find out! #lawyer #law

Day in the Life of Jackie Stoughton | Lawyer at Jade & Oak

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • What made Jackie decide to go into the law industry.
  • What she struggles with the most in her career as a lawyer.
  • Misconceptions people have about what it’s really like to be a lawyer.
  • One piece of advice she’d offer to someone who wants to become a lawyer.
  • What the FTC laws are in regards to sponsored blog posts & social media content and why you need to disclose who you partner with.
  • Why it’s important to have a will.

Jackie works full time doing trust work for a bank, while also working part-time on her side hustle, Jade & Oak. While working as a litigator after graduating from law school, she started a lifestyle blog as a creative outlet. That blog transformed into the current Jade & Oak, where Jackie shares legal education and information for business owners and bloggers. She loves that she has created her own career where she has the stability of a corporate job along with the creative freedom of her side hustle.

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A Peek Behind the Scenes at How the Day in the Life Podcast is Created

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Today’s minisode I’m taking you behind the scenes as to how the Day in the Life podcast is created!

I figured since this week’s guest interview was with my lovely, amazing podcast editor that I would share what it’s really like to be running a podcast. It’s a LOT of hard work, that’s for sure!

You’ll learn my process for inviting guests onto to the podcast and how I come up with people to interview, my prep process, the tech/behind the scenes during the interview, and what the post-interview process is.

Excited for you to tune in and I hope you enjoy!

A Peek Behind the Scenes at How the Day in the Life Podcast is Created: If you've ever wondered how a podcast is created, now's your chance! Tune in to this podcast episode to learn the real behind the scenes of how to create a thriving, successful podcast! #podcast #podcaster

A Peek Behind the Scenes at How the Day in the Life Podcast is Created

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Day in the Life of Caroline Hull, Podcast Producer & Editor

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On today’s show, I have Caroline Hull who is my podcast producer and editor extraordinaire!

I thought it’d be super fun to have the gal behind the scenes at the Day in the Life podcast share what a day in her life is like! Caroline has built an amazing podcast editing business where she gets to work on a variety of podcasts day in and day out.

She shares how she got into the podcast editing industry, what she wishes podcast hosts knew about her job, misconceptions people have about her career, as well as shares what it’s like to homeschool her two girls while running a business.

Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

Day in the Life of Caroline Hull,Podcast Producer & Editor: Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for a Podcast Producer? Check out this episode of the Day in the Life podcast interview with Caroline Hull to find out! #podcast #podcaster #podcasting

Day in the Life of Caroline Hull | Podcast Producer & Editor

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • How Caroline got into the podcast editing industry.
  • What she wishes podcast hosts knew about her role as an editor.
  • What she finds most nourishing about her career.
  • What she struggles with as a business owner and podcast editor.
  • What it’s like to homeschool her two daughters and run a business.
  • Misconceptions people have about homeschooling.
  • What people find most surprising about her career.

Caroline Creates Podcasts was started after I started my own podcast with my cohost called Creative Biz Rebellion. I fell in LOVE with the backend of the podcasting process. One day my cohost told someone about the work I was doing with my podcast, and they hired me! The rest is history. Now Caroline Creates helps over 15 different podcasts each week. My mission is to to help at-home podcasters have a great sounding podcast and find their voice. To be encouraging, take time for what matters most, be willing to learn and adapt, give to others, and create an amazing customer experience.

Designer and Owner, Caroline Hull has a background in music and was a ballet dancer at the University of Oklahoma before finding her niché in design and podcasting. Originally from Texas, Caroline now resides in Colorado Springs, CO with her husband Chris and daughters. When she’s not editing, recording or homeschooling, you can find her checking out the latest indie music sensation, trying to recycle everything in sight, buying more pens and most likely stalking a coffee shop. Caroline also has a passion for helping other small business owners like herself through her podcast, Creative Biz Rebellion.

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Thoughts on Having a Life Purpose & What To Do When You Feel Like You Don’t Have One

Today’s minisode I’m sharing my thoughts on having a life purpose and what to do when you feel like you don’t have one.

I feel like in today’s society, it’s pushed on us to figure out our “life’s purpose” otherwise we’re not living up to our potential. The fact is, sometimes you’re going through a time in your life when it’s hard to know what your exact “purpose” is and that’s totally okay!

Tune in to hear my thoughts on the matter. I’d love to hear your thoughts too. Feel free to hit me up on Twitter or Instagram.

Thoughts on Having a Life Purpose & What To Do When You Feel Like You Don't Have One: Feel like you should have a life purpose but don't? I've been there. Tune in to this podcast episode to hear my thoughts on having a life purpose and what to do when you feel like you don't have one. #motivation #inspiration #purpose

Thoughts on Having a Life Purpose & What To Do When You Feel Like You Don’t Have One

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Day in the Life of Amber Lilyestrom, Transformational Branding Strategist & Business Coach

On today’s show, I have Amber Lilyestrom who is a Transformational Branding Strategist and Business Performance Coach.

I attended Amber’s Ignite Your Soul Summit event in New Hampshire earlier this year with past Day in the Life guest Alli Hoff Kosik and Amber is truly one of the most inspirational and motivational people I have met.

During the episode, Amber and I discuss how listeners can lead a life that matches your core purpose, what mistakes she sees most entrepreneurs make, advice on how you can be more vulnerable in your every day life, and so much more.

Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

Day in the Life of Amber Lilyestrom, Transformational Branding Strategist and Business Performance Coach: Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for Amber Lilyestrom, branding strategist and business coach? Check out this episode of the Day in the Life podcast interview to find out! #entrepreneur #mindset #smallbusiness #business #motivation #inspiration

Day in the Life of Amber Lilyestrom | Branding Strategist & Business Coach

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • What Amber finds most nourishing about her career.
  • What she struggles with in her career as a branding strategist and business coach.
  • Her near death experience and how it drastically changed her life.
  • What misconceptions people have about her career.
  • One piece advice for business owners and people in general to lead a life that matches your core purpose.
  • The one mistake she see entrepreneurs make the most.
  • How you can be more authentically vulnerable in your every day life even when it terrifies you.

Amber Lilyestrom is a transformational branding strategist and business performance coach, writer and speaker. She has been featured in Entrepreneur and Working Mother Magazine and is the host of The Amber Lilyestrom Show podcast. She is the creator of the Ignite Your Soul Summit annual live event and multiple life-changing online programs. She helps entrepreneurs turn their passions in to heart-centered brands and thriving businesses.

Amber’s mission is to empower women to position themselves as sought-after experts and thought leaders through social media, engagement marketing and the creation of an online brand presence. She’s worked with thousands of women worldwide, building a seven-figure business from home, while also homeschooling her daughter with her husband and business partner, Ben.

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