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The DiscardIt Podcast.

Host of the DiscardIt Podcast, Jennifer Brantley, Esq., knows what it’s like to feel discarded, but you have to be your own star, even when everything around you seems dim.

You may be scarred, you may have been bruised, but your story isn’t over yet. Let’s make your story a bestseller, together, and one step at a time.

But first, we have to let some things go.

(Re)Purposed, Season 3, Episode 2: Take Good Care with LaQueshia Jeffries, the Self-Care Queen The DiScardIt Podcast

Today we’re talking about ways you can take good care of yourself by playing on purpose with LaQueshia Jeffries – the self-proclaimed Self-Care Queen. The Army wife, boy mom, educator and entrepreneur uses her own personal experiences with anxiety & depression to inform her work and to help others with similar, and different, struggles heal. Head on over to IG to learn more about her and her efforts with LEAP Academy – and while you’re there, entertain yourself with her Reels. To get our Victory positive affirmations card deck, visit our swag shop at http://www.shopmorethanamrs.com. Follow the DiscardIt Podcast at https://www.instagram.com/thediscarditpodcast/ and your host, Jennifer, at https://www.instagram.com/fire_esquire/. DiscardIt Theme Song: Nah! That Devil Is a Lie – Single by Jasmine Edwards. — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/discardit/message
  1. (Re)Purposed, Season 3, Episode 2: Take Good Care with LaQueshia Jeffries, the Self-Care Queen
  2. (Re)Purposed, Season 3, Episode 1: Deadly Distractions
  3. (un)Qualified Episode 23: Showing Up as Your Best and Most Authentic Self
  4. (un)Qualified Episode 22: Worthy of Love with Chi Amaefule
  5. (un)Qualified Episode 21: I Move a Lot and That’s Okay with Shermaine Perry-Knights

What People are Saying

“The DiscardIt Podcast is a safe space to navigate those challenging internal spaces -the fears and negative thoughts. Jennifer expertly shines light on those spaces with compassion and understanding.” 

“Omg, yes – ‘Discard the Need for Validation’ (Episode 1) was on point. Can’t wait to listen to more!”