Episode 24: Influencing Younger Generations Of Girls, And Our Duty As Women To Instill Bravery

Episode 24: Influencing Younger Generations Of Girls, And Our Duty As Women To Instill Bravery

by Stacie Vanags October 06, 2017

A dynamic pair of salty sisters joins us from North Carolina and New Zealand to talk about the realities of writing a children’s book. Learn how to work with those you love on an intimate and personal project, and the mental and physical foundation that is necessary for success. Moreover, learn how we as women influence our younger generations of girls, and the importance of instilling bravery.

Listen Now


Episode 23: Surfing in Israel & Finding Peace Amongst Enemies

Episode 23: Surfing in Israel & Finding Peace Amongst Enemies

by Stacie Vanags September 07, 2017

Yael joins us from Tel Aviv, Israel after having just returned from crushing massive waves in the Maldives on an all female surf trip. She’s a 53 year old fearless female who talks about life growing up in Israel, why you should travel the world with your children, and how to find peace in a place surrounded by many enemies.

Listen Now


Episode 22: Embracing Your Entrepreneurial Spirit And Next Steps For Success

Episode 22: Embracing Your Entrepreneurial Spirit And Next Steps For Success

by Stacie Vanags August 31, 2017

Linzi Hawkin joins us from the original Jersey, a small island with unique ocean characteristics nestled between England and France. She is a multi-faceted female entrepreneur, running an organization that deeply connects kids to water, and her own strategic branding company. If you are launching a business or refining your existing business, this episode is for you.

Listen Now


Episode 21: How To Live Aloha

Episode 21: How To Live Aloha

by Stacie Vanags August 22, 2017

Lia Colabello joins us from her southern porch in Charleston, South Carolina. She describes a surreal and dreamy childhood in Oahu, and vivid stories of rich Hawaiian culture navigating under the stars. Lia's name translates to calm peaceful sea, and her love for the ocean and to always live Aloha carries through all aspects of her life.  She shares how to make a lasting impression with a TedEx Talk, and why you should think twice before eating something from the sea.

Listen Now


Episode 20: First Female Surfer in India: Shifting Social Tides With Ishita Malaviya

Episode 20: First Female Surfer in India: Shifting Social Tides With Ishita Malaviya

by Stacie Vanags August 15, 2017

Ishita Malaviya, the first female surfer in India joins us from a small fishing village in the middle of monsoon season.  I call Ishita the “good vibe giver.” She co-founded Shaka Surf Club, and equipped the locals first with basic swimming skills, then progressed to surfing. She has transformed the thinking of an entire country, and what’s possible for women of all ages.

Listen Now


Episode 19: How To Create Your Own Cool Job Title, And Sell It To The World

Episode 19: How To Create Your Own Cool Job Title, And Sell It To The World

by Stacie Vanags August 11, 2017

Ocean Allison joins us from South Florida, buzzing with excitement after purchasing her soon to be liveaboard sailboat. She talks about the importance of growing up surrounded by water, and her spinoff career from Marine Biologist to Ocean Communicator. She shares recent research as a result of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, and what it’s REALLY like to be a podcast host.

Listen Now


Episode 18: The Journey to Womanhood: Marissa Quinn

Episode 18: The Journey to Womanhood: Marissa Quinn

by Stacie Vanags August 01, 2017

Marissa Quinn joins us from her eclectic art studio in Encinitas. As a CA native, she grew up exposed to the ocean, and her deep connection to nature translates through her pen and ink art. Hear her female hacks for solo travel, and the distinct trip that transitioned her from girl to womanhood.

Listen Now


Episode 17: When You're Nicknamed a "Dreamer," Own it Instead of Taking Offense: Silvia San Laureano

Episode 17: When You're Nicknamed a "Dreamer," Own it Instead of Taking Offense: Silvia San Laureano

by Stacie Vanags July 25, 2017

Silvia from Elite Surf Coaching joins us from her home turf in Southern Spain as she gathers 10 women of all ages and races for a surf excursion in the Maldives. She explains why she ditched her Engineering degree for a saltier mission, and why you should always put the cart before the horse.

Listen Now


Episode 16: The Gift of Intuition, Don’t Let The Noise Drown Out Your Inner Voice

Episode 16: The Gift of Intuition, Don’t Let The Noise Drown Out Your Inner Voice

by Stacie Vanags July 21, 2017

Katherine Terrell joins us from her fashion studio in Malibu CA. A transplant from Vietnam, she highlights her gratitude and the immense opportunities she received as a result of living in the states. Learn about her tagline, Hot Bikinis for a Hot Planet, and how to recognize the gift of intuition amongst all the noise.

Listen Now


Episode 15: How to Thrive Despite a Shy Personality; Jamie DeFay Sirensong Wetsuits

Episode 15: How to Thrive Despite a Shy Personality; Jamie DeFay Sirensong Wetsuits

by Stacie Vanags July 18, 2017

Jamie DeFay, Creator and Designer of Sirensong Wetsuits joins us from her colorful workshop in Hawaii. She shares how her past decade in Environmental Consulting shaped her ability to be a focused entrepreneur, and how to thrive despite a shy personality.  

Listen Now


Episode 14: Surrendering  to Something That's Greater Than You

Episode 14: Surrendering to Something That's Greater Than You

by Stacie Vanags July 13, 2017

Surfer and wetsuit designer Kassia Meador joins us from her eclectic pad in Topanga to talk about running a successful surf label. She explains how her connection to the ocean has deepened her spirituality, and the importance of surrendering to something that’s greater than you.

Listen Now


Episode 13: The Deep Power of Storytelling; Crushing Female Journalism

Episode 13: The Deep Power of Storytelling; Crushing Female Journalism

by Stacie Vanags July 11, 2017

Kinga Philipps joins us from her perch in Malibu CA to tug at your storytelling heartstrings.  A Warsaw Poland native, Kinga shares the trials and tribulations of being a female in the adventure journalism space. She uncovers women’s stories in history, from the Russian Fighter Pilots i.e. Night Witches, to May Rindge who defended her private estate in Malibu on horseback with guns. She's the ultimate storyteller, and her love for the ocean and activism runs deep.

Listen Now



Into Crushing Waves and the Glass Ceiling?
Get updates on new episodes for the renegade waterwoman!