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The finale of season 1 of Inner Archeology is here!
Emily and Sarah look back at over one year of podcasting and share their reflections on the journey, what they have learned, and what’s making them excited about the future.
Key Points In Episode:
- The first season finale of Inner Archeology is here, and it’s been a fun one-year ride! Time for some reflections.
- Emily has enjoyed how raw and honest the whole experience has been.
- How many podcast hosts cry before hopping on a call to start recording an episode? Emily and Sarah do! #PodcastersLife
- One of the things Sarah learned during this journey has been putting more of her personal story out there and feeling good about it.
- For Emily, it wasn’t easy to put herself out there talking about religious trauma – but the emails and Instagram DMs she got after the episode was published made it all worth it. #Reflections
- Emily shares that what’s been so valuable about sharing stories is that we love finding ourselves in other people, and that gives us permission to just be ourselves… Do you agree?
- The podcast had an impact on the Your Way to Freedom annual event too, because it felt as if everyone felt comfortable going deeper.
- Sarah opens up about having felt like a bad friend lately, and talks about what her birth class teacher calls ‘the red thread back to self’.
- Seeing Ben as a dad is something Sarah is really looking forward to.
- Who says that being a mother means you’ll be sleep deprived and feel miserable? Definitely not Sarah! She isn’t afraid of all of that, not one bit.
- Being sleep deprived isn’t easy but your mindset about being sleep deprived makes the whole situation what it is, says Emily. Do you feel the same?
- Season 2 of Inner Archeology is going to be great! Make sure to stay in the loop to learn more about it as soon as it launches.
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Sarah Turner on Instagram
Emily Pennystone on Instagram
@Inner.Archeology on Instagram
InnerArcheology.tv (video version)
Inner Archeology on YouTube