Four steps to fulfilment in love

Another published author on Girls Around Town this weekend – but fact, not fiction this time when Penny Briant will ringing the studio to talk to June just after 11.20am.

An accredited life coach since 2015 with two books to her name already, she’s currently working on her autobiography, telling her personal story which she hopes will inspire other women to turn their own lives around just as she did…

Like lots of other small business owners, during lockdown Penny was unable to see clients face to face and, with many of them uncomfortable about the idea of ‘virtual’ coaching sessions, she was left with time on her hands.

But she put that time to good use, reflecting on what she had to offer as a coach and how she could build on that to help women have the best relationship with themselves and then go on to create loving relationships with others. 

She’ll still be helping women who are unhappy in their relationships but is now also qualified to offer couples therapy to those that choose it through her four-step Fulfilled in Love Formula.

Tune in to 107.8FM or listen online from 10am to 12 noon on Sunday to find out more about those four steps…

And how following them will help give women the confidence to make the right choices for themselves and in doing so take ownership of their happiness and find fulfilment in their relationships.

The most important relationship is the one you have with you! Get that right and everything falls into place.

What’s on the menu this weekend?

If there’s one good thing that’s come out of these troubled times, it has to be the amazing support local food producers have been giving to people living in and around Newark

And of course the equally amazing support they’re getting in return from those same people!

One woman who knows as much if not more than most about this is Leisa Pickles. A dedicated foodie herself, she’ll be on the phone to Girls Around Town this weekend to share details of a new initiative in town that’s going from strength to strength.

From broccoli and  bread to jam and gin, melon and mince to chutney and cheese – and, joy of joys, chocolate! – NeighbourFood Newark is a convenient and easy way to buy the best quality food grown and produced locally.

And it’s not just edible items on offer – head over to the website and you’ll find body butter, bath soak, candles and more available there too…

Join June and Leisa from 11.20am on Sunday to hear about some of the other goodies you can add to your online basket, how to place your order and where and when to collect it.

And don’t miss the rest of show either – tune in to 107.8FM or listen online from 10am to 12 noon to catch what else is on the menu from your favourite weekend show…

Do the write thing

Have you ever thought about writing a book? A novel perhaps or maybe something non-fiction?

And having thought about it, did you actually put pen to paper – or, more likely these days, fingers to keyboard – to do it and even have it published?

One local lady who’s done just that is Kathy Davies and she’ll be on the phone to Girls Around Town next weekend to tell June all about it…

Published in May and written under her pen name Kathy Kingsley, Regrets? has already earned several 5-star reviews on Amazon.

Married with three young children and a job she loves,  Laurie supposedly has it all. Or she would have if it wasn’t for her arrogant, domineering, chauvinistic husband Rich, who just wants a housewife. Tension builds and their marriage begins to crumble.

With her life spiralling out of control, Laurie meets Mike. Funny, caring, considerate and loving, he’s everything Rich isn’t and inevitably she falls in love, utterly and completely.

Caught between duty and happiness, she faces a heartbreaking choice…

An avid reader herself, June admits to seeing some of the developments in Laurie’s story coming but the final chapter definitely took her by surprise. Don’t worry though, no spoiler alert necessary – Kathy won’t be giving the ending away during their chat!

She will be sharing a bit more of the plot, along with the personal experience that prompted her to finally make a start on the book after years of putting it off and what she’s decided to do with all the profits from sales in 2020…

Tune in to 107.8FM or listen online from 11.20am next Sunday to find out more – who knows, what Kathy has to say just might inspire you to do the write thing too!