LKLadyPod #40 Taryn De Vere – joy-bringer, writer, podcaster, mother of 5, colourful fashionista


Connecting to a “joy state”; writing as part of the healing process; self esteem and “sexual self-esteem”; teaching your kids kindness and respect; running a zero-drama household; establishing and practicing our boundaries… A mere handful of the subjects explored in this month’s podcast episode with host Emma Langford and special guest Taryn De Vere.

Joy-bringer, writer, podcaster, mother of 5, colourful fashionista… Taryn De Vere moved from Australia to Ireland in 1998 and is now a firm fixture in Ramelton, County Donegal.
Earlier this year Taryn started to share her ObjectDressChallenge on her social media channels, launching her into the stratosphere of viral fame – each day in January she chose a random object around her house and fashioned a beautiful outfit to look just like it, using whatever she could find in her undoubtedly massive wardrobe of pre-owned and thrifted gems. Check out the photo series by searching #objectdresschallenge
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Intro music: Demon Darling by Emma Langford
Outro music: Closed Book by Emma Langford