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The eXcessive and a Little eXtra podcast is for the Gen-X woman! We talk with Gen-X women who are living their dreams and other women who have information that will help listeners live lives that are fuller and more complete. Host Karyn Beach eXplores and entertains through conversations with eXceptional women. You want to talk about it? We will. Want to have fun while doing it? We'll do that too!

If it concerns you, if you've been wondering about it, if it inspires or motivates, if it informs, you'll find it on this podcast.

Jul 26, 2022

Samora Coles never forgot the treatment she received as a pregnant teenager. Memories of poor bedside manner and dismissive treatment from doctors combined with an overall lack of support while raising her son. She struggled as a young mom and later as a student mom. So, she did something about it. The Alex House...


Feb 22, 2022

Aundrea DeMille wants us to have uncomfortable conversations in order to get to a comfortable and honest place. In her book, Is It Racism? she asks all of us of various races, ethnicities, and sexual orientations to confront each of our own biases and prejudices. No one group has a monopoly on unconscious bias. We all...


Nov 23, 2021

After spending almost 37 years in a corporate America, Chris Sittig took a chance and she left to start her own business as a life and leadership coach. Her focus is on inclusive leadership and social justice. Even though she is not a woman of color, as a lesbian she knows what it’s like to be an outsider and she...


Aug 13, 2019

Best of Triple F! - Original Upload Date: November 27, 2018

There is no look of a woman in an abusive relationship. She doesn’t belong to a specific race or practice a certain religion. She can’t be identified by social class or educational background. She can be and is any one of us. Rustie MacDonald shares her...


Jul 2, 2019

Best of Triple F! - Original Upload Date: July 3, 2018

Never mind that the actual Declaration was passed by the Continental Congress on July 2nd and not signed by everyone until the beginning of August. Independence Day is celebrated on July 4th. That’s when we officially declared our freedom from Great Britain. But...