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 #287 // All About Communication

In this episode, Dan and I are talking all about communication. Dan came up with this topic, and I jumped on the opportunity to talk about one of my favorite topics! I love talking, I love discussing, I love communication! We share our thoughts on communication as kids, how we communicated in the early years of our relationship, our hardest period of communication, and how our communication has changed over time. Dan and I feel that while we aren’t perfect, we are strong communicators. We

Podcast #286 // What Is It Like To Be A Working Dad

I’m asked all the time about how I manage our kids, the house, my creative projects, work, etc…as a working mother. But, I’ve never heard anyone ask my husband what it’s like to be a working dad. Why is that? On this episode, Dan and I discuss what it’s like for him to be the breadwinner, how he viewed his parents roles growing up, his role in our family, his involvement in our family life, and how he doesn’t hide that he’s a dad. Dan

Podcast #285 // Kitchen Table Talk with Kate

On this episode of Kitchen Table Talk my daughter, Kate, joins me to talk all about being eight-years-old. We discussed what it’s like to be the oldest, what she likes and doesn’t like about third grade, and what she’s into. She and I also talk about our mother-daughter relationship, what she thinks about me working, and what she thinks about growing up. Kate weighs in on taking on more responsibility, what she’s learning about in school, and what she wants adults to know about what

Podcast #284 // Introducing Kitchen Table Talk + Meet Sarah and Dan

Welcome to Season 6 of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast, now re-tooled as Kitchen Table Talk with Sarah R. Bagley! So why the change and what is Kitchen Table Talk? Since I’m back to work full time and taking classes, I wasn’t sure how I would keep up with interviews, and I was feeling like I wanted to make a change to the show. In our family, we spend a lot of time sitting and talking around the kitchen table. It’s where we share about

Podcast #283 // Barbara Lowe on Whole Self, Whole Life

Dr. Barbara Lowe is a psychologist, life coach, and somatic experiencing practitioner. Dr. Barbara believes every woman has innate desires aching to be fulfilled, and the world is aching for women to fulfill those desires and uncover their unique gifts. In this show, Dr. Barbara and I talk about how it’s okay to be flawed and that, in fact, it is our flaws that make us fabulous. Dr. Barbara explains how whatever form the fire in a woman’s life has taken – loss, trauma, deep

Podcast 282 // Crystal Duffy on Twin to Twin

I’m excited to welcome back Crystal Duffy! Crystal Duffy is an author, public speaker, parent advisor in the NICU, and mother to three little girls including a set of twins. Her essays on parenting have been featured in Woman’s World Magazine, Brain Child Magazine, Scary Mommy, Mamapedia and Twins Magazine. She is a senior writer for Twiniversity an online support network for Twin parents. After surviving a two month bed-rest extended NICU stay, high-risk twin pregnancy, and 2x near death experience at the age of 29, Crystal was

Podcast #281 // Sharon Prentice on Becoming Starlight

Right now, for a limited time, you can get 3 months of Audible for just $6.95 a month. That’s more than half off the regular price. Give yourself the gift of listening. And while you’re at it, think about giving the gift of Audible to someone on your list. For more – go to audible.com/bagley or text BAGLEY to 500 500. Soon after completing her graduate studies in psychology, Dr. Sharon Prentice longed to discover “the why’s” about her own intimate experience with death in

Podcast #280 // Alexia Vernon on Stepping into Your Moxie

Alexia Vernon is the author of the book, Step into Your Moxie: Amplify Your Voice, Visibility, and Influence in the World. Branded a “Moxie Maven” by President Obama’s White House Office of Public Engagement for her unique and effective approach to women’s empowerment, Alexia is a sought-after speaking and leadership coach to female (and male) executives, entrepreneurs, media personalities, and change makers who want to spread their ideas, positively impact people’s lives, grow their businesses, and advance their thought leadership. Alexia is the creator of

Podcast #279 // Jonni Pollard on the Golden Sequence

Who are we? Why do we behave the way we do? What truly fulfills us? We are a generation trying to make sense of the world and find our purpose. At the same time, we are constantly battling an age that drowns us with information, in a society that has become conditioned to be mistrusting and cynical. Despite this, our hearts still yearn to connect more deeply and feel like we belong to a world that is compassionate and loving. The Golden Sequence by Jonni

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