The Podcast

May 19, 2021

Living the Single Life


“Are you okay?” This is an actual question posed to Danielle recently when someone learned she’s single and lives alone. In this episode, we get real about Danielle’s single life, including how she manages on her own, why it’s okay to be okay with being alone, and why some people react to her lifestyle with surprise.

Is the single life all it’s cracked up to be? Or is it all loneliness and drinking alone? Listen in to find out! Plus, Danielle will share her top three tips on navigating the single life while building a business, buying a house, and living life in general. 

The Wine: Masi Campofiorin 2017
Have a listen to find out Shelby’s tasting notes!

The book mentioned in this episode: Wine Girl by Victoria James

Your Hosts:

Danielle Mohr (Fine Point Writing & Editing)

Telling stories is Danielle’s passion, whether she’s helping clients tell the story of their businesses through copywriting or working on novels in her spare time. She enjoys spending time outdoors and hiking in the mountains with her dog and best friend, Milo.

Shelby Varughese (All Set Style & Image Consulting)

Shelby is a personal stylist in Edmonton with a strong focus on helping her clients regain their confidence and create a wardrobe that helps them reach their goals. She’s also a professional keynote speaker and loves trail running and spending time with family and friends.

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