We are in an age where sarcasm is where we hide. We project our tiredness, our busyness, our unhappiness, our stress- on our shirts, mugs, cars, social media and our homes. Doing this only compounds what you don't want- it confirms the very things you are complaining about. It is time to take responsibility for our environment and our lives.
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We love to hear from our listeners when they leave reviews, but we also love to hear what issues and questions they’re dealing with. Recently, we got this note from one of our listeners:
“My daughter is 8 and is struggling with a girl in her class. I would love a podcast about raising girls in this day and age. I try my damndest to give her the tools to ignore the mean girls and be a leader... I would love to hear other bad ass women talk about raising nice, kind, and authentic girls.”
Check out the conversation we had with our guest, Rachel Weinstock, on this topic. For more info check out the full blog post here.
About our guest:
Rachel holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts and a Bachelor of Education. In addition, she has spent over a decade studying public speaking, storytelling, improvisational acting, red-nose clowning, dance, and life-coaching.
Rachel has been teaching both locally and Internationally for 15 years+ and was awarded the James W. Fair Leadership award from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She is known as “Miss Rainbow Fairy” because of her alternative approach to education.
Her talks are deeply impactful because of her lived experience of being bullied from Grade One to the end of high school. When asked why she became a teacher, Rachel says, “I wanted to become the teacher I needed most when I was a child.” She has now dedicated her life to empowering other teachers and parents with the tools they need to create a safe and empowering space for EVERY child. Find out more about Rachel at