Saying Hello To Your Future with Katey Johnson

podcast season 2
Worthy Staff

By Worthy Staff | Nov 5th, 2019

Katey Johnson is living proof that taking risks, embracing possibilities, and stepping into the unknown can make life better than we’ve ever imagined. When divorce changed her life forever (and for the better), Katey learned the value of placing one foot in front of the other, forging ahead, and creating a life that’s as rewarding as it is enjoyable. 

If you’re facing divorce or are already in the midst of this – or any other – life-altering experience, this episode is for you. As Katey discovered when she found herself merely going through the motions, it is truly possible to regain a foothold in your own life and discover your true passion – whatever that might be.

In This Episode

Katey and Jennifer enjoy a frank discussion about the way divorce can change our lives, and how often, these changes can help our deepest-held dreams come true. For Katey, who holds a degree in writing, her lifelong dream of creating meaningful content set her on a path toward greater success, even though more than 16 years had passed between the last time she wrote anything and setting out as a soon-to-be-successful writer. These days, she creates content for a living and has a book in the works. Key takeaways include:

About Katey Johnson  

Former magazine publishing exec Katey Johnson is a SAHM turned writer/content creator – and we’re all the luckier for it. Katey started her blog and content brand The Mother Octopus before divorce entered her life and changed it for the better in 2017. 

These days, Katey focuses on sharing inspiration and humor with people everywhere, focusing on women who are going through (or who have gone through) tough situations including difficult divorces. Her hope is that you’ll relate to her story or gain a better understanding of those with stories like hers.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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