Start the year in the company of these inspiring women
Binged all your favourite podcasts already? The second series of Stylist's Nobody Told Me… has all your audio needs covered
January is a month that traditionally brings a slew of self-help advice, positive affirmations and New Year's resolutions. But as we sit back down at our WFH desks, it's fair to say that few among us probably feel primed with a carpe diem mentality. So instead of plugging into a pep talk, might we suggest you listen to real-life stories from women who have navigated their way through the choppiest of waters instead?
Stylist's palate-cleansing podcast series Nobody Told Me… does exactly that. Following on from our debut run, the second series brings you genuinely inspiring life lessons from a host of brilliant women such as disability advocate Sinéad Burke, mental health campaigner Bryony Gordon, and TV presenter AJ Odudu. Not only do they explore how they overcame their personal adversities, but they also give practical advice on making it through tough situations, from sitting with sadness to embracing independence.
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