Today’s episode is a special one – it is the one year anniversary of Balanced Black Girl Podcast! To celebrate the first year of the show, we are diving into our favorite question: what does being a Balanced Black Girl mean to you?
Host Les is sharing what being a Balanced Black Girl means to her, and we are revisiting some of the most powerful responses to this question from previous episodes of the show, including:
- Episode 10: Creating Your Own Lane with Falesha Johnson
- Episode 17: Buying Black and Living Green with Dr. Kristian Henderson
- Episode 18: Making Self-Care Accessible with Michelle White
- Episode 25: Creating a Foundation of Mindfulness with Nkenji Clarke
- Episode 36: Let Your Fears Make You Fierce with Koya Webb
- Episode 47: Healing from Burnout with Davia Roberts
- Honorable Mention: What being a Balanced Black Girl means to Michelle Obama (from our book club meeting with her in March 2019)
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This podcast is edited by Bex Carlos of Explain to Me Podcast.
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Lestraundra is the founder of Balanced Black Girl and the host of the Balanced Black Girl Podcast. She’s a Certified Personal Trainer, Nutrition Coach, and natural beauty junkie who loves 90’s R&B, trying new skincare products, and creating recipes in the Instant Pot. She created Balanced Black Girl to provide content and experiences empowering women of color to live well.