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July 9th, 2024

Breaking Down to Breaking Through with Leslie Draffin

  1. Breaking Down to Breaking Through with Leslie Draffin Kimberly Benoy 30:37

Leslie Draffin has a story of being raised in such a way that she decided she had to be a high achiever and she looked like she had it made from the outside. Inside, however was a different story. She talks with Kim about her story of challenges, changes, leaving behind what did not serve her and how she found psychedelics and her female-centered spiritual beliefs.

You can find more about Leslie and a free guide to finding your inner magic by going to her website: www.lesliedraffin.com.

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Kim Benoy is a retired RN, Certified Aromatherapist, wife and mom who has a passion for inspiring other women over 40 to live every moment.

Kim wants to chat with you! Join her on her website on Monday, July 15th at 7 pm CST. She has some specific questions she’d like to ask you about the podcast. This is your chance to tell her what you think! If you are not available that day, you can still answer her questions online by clicking HERE. (This will take you to a Google doc to answer the questions anonymously.)

Kim Benoy Podcast Host, Certified Aromatherapist

Kim Benoy is a retired RN, Certified Aromatherapist, wife, mom, animal lover and podcast host who has a passion for helping women over 40 live every moment. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband of 36 years and loves being outside whenever possible, preferably with her dogs hiking trails in local parks. She loves to share the stories of women who have found ways to transform, grow and realize that life isn't over after 40, 50, 60 and beyond through her weekly podcast called Midlife with Courage.

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