Posts tagged successful women
Episode 48: Organize Your Life with Rachel Rosenthal

Is one of your New Years Resolutions to get more organized? Or do you just need a little more organization inspiration after binging ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’ all weekend? Either way, we got you covered, foxies! Our guest in the Foxhole this week is organizational expert and #bossbabe, Rachel Rosenthal. Rachel founded Rachel Organizes over 10 years ago after she realized her Type A personality had business potential. Shortly after starting her organizing side hustle, Rachel quickly saw the interest and demand for the real deal. Now, she has a whole team (Rachel and Company) dedicated to helping other get their lives organized! Rachel’s passion for her clients is major inspiring and we love her outlook on decluttering the physical AND the mental. She’s super relatable, down to earth, and a ton of fun. Enjoy this one, guys!

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Episode 45: Turning Passion into Profit with Nycci Nellis, The Ultimate Foodie & Multimedia Maven

Happy Monday, Foxies! We are trying something new here and are going to be posting our new episodes on MONDAYS. What better way to start your week than with us?! We thought so too.

This week, we are super excited because we have Food Critic and Journalist, Nycci Nellis, in the Foxhole! What started out as an idea 15 years ago, has now turned into a multi-media operation that covers all things food, wine, and entertaining in the greater D.C. area. Her pre-blog website, TheListAreYouOnIt.com, now has over 40,000 subscribers and covers everything from restaurant openings, industry events, local buzz, and what next best things are coming to the District. I know, we are starting to get hungry too. 

D.C.’s OG Foodie tells us all about her journey and how she “stumbled” upon her dream job. From finding support in her local community to struggling to change with social media, Nycci gets totally authentic! P.S. She also gets real about  her skincare, and if you can’t tell by that photo up there, you DON'T want to miss that. Enjoy!

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DC’s OG Foodie tells us all about her journey and how she “stumbled” upon her dream job. From finding support in her local community to struggling to change with social media, Nycci gets totally authentic! P.S. She also gets real about  her skincare, and if you can’t tell by that photo up there, you DON'T want to miss that. Enjoy!

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Episode 41: Carving Your Own Path with Mimi Miller, CEO + Fashion Designer of Mimi Miller Womenswear

This week, we sit down with Mimi Miller, Founder + CEO of Mimi Miller Womenswear, a clothing brand that is dedicated to designing timeless garments for the everyday girlboss.  Even from a young age, Mimi has always been fashion-forward and studied Fashion Design at Marymount University. When she was having trouble looking for more ‘conservative but cute’ clothing options, she decided to launch her own line of loose fitting and longer pieces.  Mimi’s formula for beautiful clothing is simple: Ethical Production + Quality Fit + Excellent Textiles = Effortless & Modern Pieces. We talk to her about where she finds inspiration, living a natural lifestyle, and her EIGHT bunnies. Basically, she is the coolest woman in the world ya’ll.

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Episode 40: Disrupting an Industry with Nicole Gibbons, CEO + Founder of Clare Paint

This week in the Foxhole, we sit down with Nicole Gibbons, interior designer and founder of Clare, an innovative company challenging the status quo of paint. Rachel’s journey is inspiring, motivating, and colorful. We talk about the logistics of starting your own business, the emotional stress that can come along with that, and how “an idea, a dream, and a whole lot of hustle” can get you where you want to be.

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Episode 36: The One Thing to Ask Your Network with Rachel Silver, CEO & Founder of LoveStoriesTV

This week we're talking to Rachel Silver, CEO and Founder of LoveStoriesTV about how she started her business, raised funds and built her team. Rachel talks about the unique and underestimated value of tapping into your network. We also talk to Rachel about LoveStoriesTV's marketing and partnership strategies and why sometimes it's better to jump and figure it out on the way down than get stuck in over planning and preparing.

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Episode 32: Starting a Company from Scratch with Fashion Blogger Julien Garman

FOXES get ready for a super fun episode! This week we talk with Julien Garmen, of It's Julien and Aperture Coffee Roasters. Her newest venture with her husband has led her to follow another passion of her - coffee, not to mention she's one of the OGs of the fashion blogging world. Plus, she's a new mama to an adorable newborn now! Talk about turning passions into your work and designing your life. She's got some serious hustle, plus she's just plain fun to be around. Plus, that dress. Check it out - let us know what you think! Xx, Casey + Erin 

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Episode 22: Mind Your Manners with Myka Meier of Beaumont Etiquette in NYC

It's our first long distance interview! We are so excited to have Myka Meir of Beaumont Etiquette on the podcast this week. We ask her ALLLL kinds of questions about social etiquette and then of course we chat about the ROYAL WEDDING because duh. We ask Myka questions like how to best turn down a social invite, how to best handle when you're running late, cell phone etiquette and why wine can be a no-no as a hostess gift.

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Episode 17: Beats by the Pool with Lisa Meck of Milkcase Creative

In this week's episode we sit by The National Hotel in Miami with Lisa Meck from Milkcase Creative. Lisa is a multi-award winning art director, graphic designer & all around hands-on creative. Lisa's background over the last decade has been in advertising agencies from Miami, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C.

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Episode 15: Making Things & Taking Chance with Holley Simmons, Co-Founder of The Lemon Collective

Holley was a journalist at The Washington Post and took her terrarium making side hustle full time in 2015. She is equal parts hilarious and interesting. We talk about what plants to grow in your bathroom, why Holley hates sleep, adventures at The Jersey Shore, consulting your future 80 year old self and SO. MUCH. MORE. 

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