017: What -25 Degrees Actually Feels Like & Getting Past the Fear of Criticism

Welcome back to the Candidly Speaking Podcast!

I went on a short hiatus to recharge and restructure the show. I am so excited to be welcoming my good friend Breanna Butler (who made an appearance in episode 003!) who will be joining me as my co-host. Moving forward, the show will be comprised of 3 major segments: host chat, learning lately, and ask carrie.

A real quick note: you can now listen to the Candidly Speaking podcast on Stitcher and Google Play! YAY!

In This Episode:

    • Breanna Butler joins me as my co-host as we roll out a brand new outline for the podcast
    • We talk about Wisconsin weather in the winter and what -25 degrees ACTUALLY feels like.
    • Give our reasoning behind why we enjoy Bachelor spoilers, share our unfiltered thoughts are Colton as the Bachelor, talk about the incestuous nature of the Bachelor family, and give our picks for Bachelorette.
    • We compare the sociopath-ness of both Billy McFalrand and Ted Bundy.
    • Discuss self-care and how important it is to break up with the label of “busy”.
    • We end the show with our Ask Carrie segment and give advice to a listener who battles between wanting their work to be seen but also being scared to subject themselves to criticism.

Mentioned in This Episode:


Me on Instagram: carrie.gillaspie

Me on Twitter: CarrieGillaspie

Me on Facebook: Carrie Gillaspie

Me on YouTube: Carrie Gillaspie

Breanna on Instagram:

Breanna on Twitter: MrsBreButler

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