Apr 3, 2018
In this episode, I’m honored to talk with fellow sober sister, Tammi Salas. Tammi is a multi-talented woman in the middle of life who is challenging herself every step of the way. From her blog, daily gratitude practice (that she shares on Instagram) and her podcast, to her unique and inspiring paintings; she is thriving and evolving!
Some of the topics that we talked about is Tammi's decision to quit drinking at forty-four, and how she found her way to AA. I've always been curious as to what goes on in meetings, and today is the first day I've ever asked anyone about it. Tammi shares her experience in a very comforting and open way.
Tammi also shares an essay she wrote on Mamalode back in 2014 when she turned forty-three, called Snap! When I read it, I knew that my listeners would get so much from it and, for that, I'm so grateful to Tammi for letting us in on it.
We talk about her experience as a college student at forty-seven and what that feels and looks like to her. Also, her decision to stop coloring her hair, and what she thinks about her grey locks.
It was so much fun learning more about Tammi, right down to the hairs on her chin. Enjoy this girl talk and tag myself and Tammi on Instagram when you listen and tell us what you think.
Find Tammi here;
If you would like to be part of the upcoming Recovery Gals Art Exchange, find Tammi on Facebook and let her know you want to be added.
For your chin and peach fuzz (I have to help a sister out when I can).
Find Lori here;