The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast Network

I started podcasting in January of 2013 because I was lonely and wanted to connect with other like-minded creatives. Without a plan or any hope in succeeding, I thought I’d record a few episodes. And then I’d probably quit.

Four seasons later, I’ve recorded over 200 episodes, receive numerous requests per week to be on the show, and I hear from listeners every week about how much they love the show.

That makes me so happy because I love producing these podcasts.

The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast Network features a family of shows that focus on connection, creativity, and community. I created these shows to uplift, inspire, and encourage. I am all about choosing the bigger life and that sentiment is evident in this suite of shows.

The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast Network is made up of two shows: The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast and 25% Friends.

The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast, produced Tuesdays and Thursdays, features interviews with a variety of guests, mini episodes featuring Sarah’s reactions and thoughts covered in the guest interviews, and episodes featuring Sarah’s friends and family covering topics related to relationships and home.

Sarah and Kim Schoenauer host The 25% Friends Podcast. Every other Thursday Sarah and Kim talk about a host of topics, from family to health to habits.

Apply to be a Guest on the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast

If you would like to be a guest on the Sarah R. Bagley podcast, please complete this form. I also take requests for guests. To request a guest, please email me at sarah@bagley.org with the guest’s name, contact information, and why you want to hear from the guest on my show.

Sponsor the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast

The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast is accepting sponsors! I love to work directly with sponsors on creative, informative, fun, and useful ads. I love working with brands and developing strong partnerships. To learn more about working as an advertiser on my show, contact me at sarah@bagley.org.

Podcast #278 // Heather Chauvin on Mindfulness, Transforming Experiences, and Being Present in Your Life

Heather Chauvin has been named the next generation’s thought leader in parenting and women’s leadership. Her mission is to crack women open to their deep potential and help them create the life their soul craves. Heather is the creator of the New & Noteworthy Podcast, the Mom Is In Control Podcast, and has been featured on the OWN network, Huffington Post, TV outlets and others. Through her Courageous Rewrite Initiative, Heather gives voice to many humans who courageously took inspired action to create lives they’re

Podcast #277 // Anna Whiston Donaldson on A Hug From Heaven

I’m delighted to welcome back my friend, Ann Whiston Donaldson, to the podcast! For more of Anna, go back and listen to our first show together and our discussion of her first book, Rare Bird. Anna is a full-time writer and speaker. Her work has been featured in Woman’s Day, Ladies Home Journal, The Washington Post, the Daily Beast, Huffington Post, Today’s Parents and more. In today’s show, Anna and I chat about her new book, A Hug From Heaven. A Hug from Heaven is

Podcast #276 // Kristen Carbone on Preventative Mastectomies, Body Image, & Thriving After Life Changes

In 2013, Kristen had a preventative mastectomy and reconstruction after losing her own mother to breast cancer years earlier. Healing was a journey through sometimes crippling loneliness, nagging body image issues, and a full spectrum of uncomfortable sensations. After learning that she wasn’t alone in these experiences, the foundation of Brilliantly, her brand and product (to be launched in late 2018) was born. Brilliantly empowers women to embrace their new self by linking resiliency with comfort, vitality, and community. Her hope is that Brilliantly will both offer

Podcast #275 // Tracey Mitchell on Becomming Brave

In Becoming Brave: How to Think Big, Dream Wildly, and Live Fear-Free, Tracey Mitchell offers a fresh, innovative approach to intentionally living a meaningful, courageous life. By offering tactics to grow and seek courage, Tracey prepares readers to step into discouraging or uncertain seasons with strength. Each chapter of Becoming Brave contains insightful wisdom, real-life stories, and illustrations of how to transform fear and anxiety into confidence and courage and become truly brave. With questions for reflection throughout the book, Tracey offers women an action

Podcast #274 // Arlene Englander on Overcome Overeating & Learn to Love Food

Arlene B. Englander, LCSW, MBA, has been a licensed psychotherapist for over twenty five years. She trained at Columbia University and is currently in private practice in North Palm Beach, Florida where she specializes in treating persons coping with eating disorders, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief and stress (personal and work-related). Love Your Food® is her non–dieting, psychologically-oriented program for compulsive overeaters in which clients learn to eat whatever they like, but stop just at the point of satisfaction without overeating. Ms. Englander developed many

Podcast #273 // Renee Linnell on The Burn Zone

Photo Credit: Her Image Photography In The Burn Zone, Renee shares the story of her quest for truth and peace, her nearly seven-year detour into hell at the hands of her spiritual teachers, and her ultimate awakening. With honesty and courage, Renee recounts how she got sucked into the University of Mysticism and gave away her cherished possessions, tens of thousands of dollars, and all of her power. Dominated and manipulated, Renee cut ties with loved ones (including her twin brother) and obediently followed command

Podcast #272 // Joan Edwards Kay and Debbie Alsdorf on It’s Momplicated

I’m close with my mom, and my relationship with my mom is dear to me. But that doesn’t mean our relationship was always easy. It’s something we work at. As a mother myself, creating a solid relationship with my daughter (and my two boys!) is top of mind for me everyday. In today’s episode I talk with Debbie Alsdorf and Joan Edwards Kay about their new book, It’s Momplicated: Hope and Healing for Imperfect Daughters of Imperfect Mothers. Joan and Debbie share their stories about

Podcast #271 // Sarah Walker on Dermatology, Skin Care, and Cystic Acne

I have a big treat today! A few weeks ago I posted on Instagram about my cystic acne and how with the help of Sarah Walker at McLean Dermatology, I am break-out free for the first time in over a decade. I got such a response to that post I knew I needed to have Sarah on to talk about skin care and skin issues. In this episode Sarah shares how she got into dermatology, her methodology for treating patients, and options for treating cystic

Podcast #270 // Em Sexton on Influence, Self Worth, and Comparison

I loved this honest conversation with Em Sexton. Em is a former Vice President of Communications and Change Management on Wall Street turned boutique owner, speaker, coach, and thought leader. In this episode, Em shared her journey from Wall Street to entrepreneur, the thought that went into making that big change, and her advice for anyone looking to make a big life change. We also dove into some deep topics close to my heart, like worthiness, influence, and comparison. We spent quite a bit of

Podcast #269 // Jessica Turner on Stretched Too Thin

Green Chef is a USDA certified organic company that includes everything you need to easily cook delicious meals that you can feel good about. Meal plans include: Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian, Keto, Gluten-Free, Omnivore, and Carnivore. Pick the plan that works best for your diet – and you can switch up the box and the meals whenever you like. For $50 off your first box of Green Chef, go to GreenChef.us/bagley.   I’m thrilled to welcome back Jessica Turner! Jessica came on my podcast a few years