Today is the day the Suger + Ink podcast has gone live on iTunes and SoundCloud!
I am beyond excited that this little idea that started so many weeks ago is now a real life thing. The whole purpose of this podcast is to provide a plus size perspective on life. Plus size women can do anything and be anything they want. We can experience love, life and everything in between.
I have to give a big shoutout to Suger from Suger Coat It who said yes to joining me on this crazy journey. I can hand on heart say if she didn’t say yes this podcast never would have come about!
I’d love you would have a listen, hit subscribe and even leave us a review on iTunes if you love what you hear!
If you don’t have iTunes you can also listen through SoundCloud and to make it even easier I’ve embedded our introduction episode below so you can have a listen!
It’s been on the cards for a few weeks and finally I can announce that Suger (from Suger Coat It) and I will be releasing a podcast on the 1st of August. It’s called the Suger + Ink Podcast: The plus side of life.
I’m a HUGE podcast lover. Ever since the first Serial season came out I’ve been obsessed. I listen to podcasts ranging from self help, financial, health and fitness, crime, true stores. You name it, I probably listen to it.
One thing that was missing though was a great selection of podcasts for plus size women. The ones that are on there certainly serve a purpose, however there wasn’t one for the everyday. Talking about what it’s like to be plus size and live life.
Cue me sending one crazy email to Suger and hoping she didn’t laugh in my face at the idea.
Almost a month later we’re building a website, recording shows and getting really excited about what we’re putting together.
In two weeks we’ll be releasing our first intro along with a couple of episodes to wet your appetite and also get some listener feedback. If you want to stay up to date for when the podcast launches you can head to our website and sign up to the mailing list www.sugerandink.com
Lately I’ve been really struggling. I’m a social person and being around people. I also love having some along time.
I need about 50/50 time spent with people and time spent solo and usual I get there or I can at least make sure I get that by scheduling my weeks right. I try to make sure I get at least one day on the weekend that’s just for me, whether that’s catching up on laundry, blogging or just hanging on the couch it’s spent being low key and recharging my batteries before the week ahead.
This year is turning out to be a bit crazy though. Almost my entire friendship circle and the boyfriends friends turn 30 this year. There is celebration on celebration on celebration. It’s truly lovely to see everyone come together to celebrate a birthday and milestones like 30 are the big ones and this year is full of so many of them. There are parties, lunches, weekends away and some even week long.
I am a big fan of birthdays, however this year I’m starting to feel a little overwhelmed by it all. Everyone is being great at providing plenty of lead up time and letting people know what their 30th birthday plans are, there’s just one every two to three weeks (and some even 3 weekends in a row).
The great side is I’ve seen almost every possible way to celebrate a 30th that I’m getting lots of ideas for my own! The downside is that the solo time I normally try to have is becoming fewer and far between and I’m noticing in my moods and energy levels that I’m a downward slope to crashing.
My version of crashing usually involves some kind of sickness, like a flu or some virus that knocks you out for several days and takes what seems like months to recover.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m loving the celebrating. The getting together, drinking, eating and creating of memories. I’m just noticing that each Sunday night I’m feeling less recharged and ready for the week ahead and it’s slowly having it’s toll.
Have you had a period like that in your life? Where you feel like you could take a one week vacation on a deserted island and that still wouldn’t enough R & R?