About Karyn Beach and Jean Day
Maybe you’ll get around to traveling or taking that dream vacation. It could be that you have a long bucket list that you'll get around to one day. You probably go to sleep at night comfortable with dreams of someday bouncing around your lovely head.
Well, not to get all pessimistic and morbid, but you aren't guaranteed a month of Sundays or even tomorrow. So, start living … now. What are you waiting for?
I've been from Los Angeles to London to Johannesburg. I've won money on a game show. I can't sing a lick, but I've owned it on a karaoke stage. I've lived in seven states and moved like I owe people a lot of money! Lately, I’ve visited a salt cave, got my first hot stone massage and am planning my dream trip for the Spring of 2019.
On the other side, I am a suicide survivor, depression sufferer and a trauma survivor.
Basically, I’ve lived, and I continue to do so. I have had very high highs and very low lows. I’ve made amazing memories and have a few things I’d like to forget.
I have fun. I get feisty. I am fabulous.
I love being part of Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! We have so many great guests and I love talking to them and digger a little deeper with my questions. Plus, it is a lot of fun. Karyn and I have a wonderful friendship … even though we’ve never physically met (although she keeps threatening to come to Georgia for a visit).
I have a background in psychology and worked and practiced as a therapist before moving behind the podium as a college instructor. I love how Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! encourages my natural inquisitiveness.
As a practicing Buddhist for almost 20 years, I love providing a slightly different perspective. I guess you can say that I am the yen to Karyn’s crazy yang.
With a background in therapy and psychology, I am all about helping people make better choices and live better lives. We do that with our podcast.
Not only do I think we help our listeners, but I believe that the show has helped ourselves. We have grown our friendship and grown as women through doing this podcast and I think it comes across when you listen.