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This is Real Talk Radio, a podcast filled with honest conversations about... everything! Join host Nicole Antoinette and her guests as they dive deep into work, love, sex, money, sobriety, friendship, racism, body image, mental health, grief, fear, big life changes, and more. To help support this 100% listener-funded show, visit https://www.patreon.com/nicoleantoinette.
 
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Alexandra Franzen (she/her) is a writer, consultant, and entrepreneur based in Hawaii. She is the author of six books and the founder of the Tiny Press, a publishing imprint specializing in very short books of 100 pages or less. Alex writes beautifully about a wide range of topics: life, love, death, grief, unplugging from technology, Continue Read…
 
Carrot Quinn (she/they) is the author of two books: Thru-Hiking Will Break Your Heart, which is the book that first got me into long-distance hiking back in 2016, and her newest book, The Sunset Route—Carrot’s memoir of a childhood marked by neglect, poverty, and periods of homelessness in Alaska, which she leaves behind to travel Continue Reading……
 
Kate Grace (she/her) is a professional track athlete and Olympian who believes in the power of chasing big goals and in sharing that journey authentically, most often on Instagram as @FastKate. This is Kate's third time on RTR (heck yes for repeatedly interviewing your most beloved friends, haha), and she shares such honest stories about Continue R…
 
Kenneth Mackins (he/him) and I have been friends for almost 20 years, and this conversation is a deep dive into the wildly different life choices we’ve each made in those two decades. Kenneth and his wife have been together for 14 years now, they have two young kids, and he works for a U.S. based Continue Reading……
 
Friends—as those of you in our Patreon community already know, we are now entering the sweet & tender wrap-up phase of this podcast, which will be ending on July 21. There will be a wonderful new full-length episode every other week until then, featuring guests and conversations that I hope you truly enjoy, laugh with, Continue Reading……
 
Holly Whitaker (she/her) is the founder and CCO of Tempest, a modern digital recovery program, as well as The Temper Magazine. She is also the author of the New York Times Bestselling book, Quit Like a Woman. In this conversation Holly opens up about a few areas of her professional and personal life where, in Continue Reading……
 
I’m joined again by my partner Tom (he/him), who most of you know by his trail name: Gent. In this episode he and I answer six listener questions — about how we handle conflict, the things we’ve learned about each other during quarantine, navigating our dietary differences, and more! To view a transcript of this Continue Reading……
 
Jupiter (they/them) is a wandering, non-binary 20-something currently traveling the US in their self-renovated 1979 Class C RV named Hottie. This is such a wonderfully honest conversation about mobile living; Jupiter shares why they quit their corporate job to buy an old RV, what it means to them to redefine the American Dream, what living Continue…
 
Irene Morning (she/her) is a somatic coach, pleasure witch, and sexual health educator with a focus on trauma resolution and how to utilize pleasure for collective liberation. This conversation was a dream—I took so many notes and am completely obsessed with Irene’s honesty & thoughtfulness. We talk about deconditioning ourselves from productivity …
 
Raechel Anne Jolie (she/her) is a writer, educator, and the author of Rust Belt Femme (Belt, '20) which was a finalist for the Heartland Booksellers Award for Best Non-Fiction, and was named in NPR's Favorite Books of 2020. She's a long-time punk, vegan, and Left activist, and in this conversation she talks to us about Continue Reading……
 
Margeaux Feldman (they/them) is a writer, educator, and community builder who has organized award-winning events within the disability community. Their work centers around the question: In a world that works to oppress and divide us, how do we care for one another and ourselves? This conversation covers a lot—everything from how we might choose to …
 
Heather "Anish" Anderson (she/her) is a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year and the only woman who has completed the Appalachian, Pacific Crest, and Continental Divide National Scenic Trails three times each. In this conversation Heather shares honest stories from her 2015 record-setting hike on the Appalachian Trail. We talk about why she w…
 
Che Che Luna (they/them) is a holistic trauma-informed sex + pleasure educator that guides LGBTQIA+ folx back home to their bodies and personal liberation. They are a queer, nonbinary, latinx professional dancer who finds great joy in embodying sensuality and creating spaces for others to do the same. This conversation dives into pleasure, dancing,…
 
Amanda Jameson (she/her) is a Black queer woman, communicator, and justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion advocate who is also a fellow long-distance hiker. In this episode we talk a bunch about hiking (of course!) as well as about Amanda’s grief practice, learning not to take ourselves too seriously, and more. Everything Amanda shares is like C…
 
This episode was a particularly fun one for me to record—because it features my partner, Tom (he/him) who most of you know by his trail name: Gent. Our conversation is centered around 20 questions that folks submitted on Instagram—everything from: how we met, what demonstrating love looks like for us on a daily basis, our Continue Reading……
 
James-Olivia Chu Hillman (they/them) is a facilitator and enthusiastic advocate of necessary, uncomfortable, and life-changing conversations. Our chat is filled with good squirmy questions—particularly about what it means to be in right-relationship with ourselves and others, and what can be gained by meaningful disobedience. To view a transcript o…
 
In this little minisode, my dear friend Julia Hanlon (she/her) and I share our words of the year for 2021—why we chose those words and how we plan to honor them. We also talk about some specific ways in which we hope to bring more ease into our lives this year, as well as how Continue Reading…Nicole Antoinette
 
Marlee Grace (she/her) is a dancer and writer whose work focuses on the self, devotion, ritual, creativity, and art making. She joins us for a conversation about commitment—how to commit, how to not be an unrelenting asshole to yourself when your commitments don’t go according to plan, and more. To view a transcript of this Continue Reading……
 
Bear Hebert (they/them) is a radical life coach, social justice educator, and anti-capitalist business consultant. They work with activists, artists and other weirdos to find divergent paths to unconventional success, and in this episode they share stories & tactics for practicing the type of productivity that won't kill your soul. To view a transc…
 
Nia Patterson (she/her) join us to tell honest stories from the early days of starting her business—where the initial money came from, the role of imposter syndrome and self-doubt, the myth that if you love something you never resist or resent doing it, and more. To view a transcript of this episode, click here. More Continue Reading……
 
Laura Simms (she/her) join us to share what constitutes "right-fit" work, the common mistakes and cultural messaging that can make this work tough to find, as well as her strategy for what to do differently. To view a transcript of this episode, click here. More from Laura at @yourcareerhomecoming and yourcareerhomecoming.com *** To support this Co…
 
Laura McKowen (she/her) joins us to share specific details, simple strategies, and honest stories about what helps her to stay sober. To view a transcript of this episode, click here. More from Laura at @laura_mckowen and lauramckowen.com ** To support this 100% listener-funded show, come join our 400+ person Patreon community! (We operate on a Con…
 
In the fourth episode of our new series, "But How Though?", Dan Lynn (they/them) join us to share honest and useful details of how they navigate hard conversations. How can we learn to receive a "no" in a more neutral way? How can we show up to a tough conversation without trying to micromanage the Continue Reading……
 
In the third episode of our new series, "But How Though?", Kirby (she/her) joins us to share the specific things she does to manage her mental health. We talk about triggers & glimmers, how to create a "coping kit," the role of boundaries, and more. To support this 100% listener-funded show, come join our 400+ Continue Reading……
 
In the second episode of our new series, "But How Though?", Chelsee Bergen (she/they) joins us to talk about how she finally fell in love with budgeting. We dig into aligning our spending with our values, how budgeting can change your core relationship with money, and more! To support this 100% listener-funded show, come join Continue Reading……
 
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