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The Best Life Podcast

Danny-J Johnson & Jill Coleman

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Welcome to The Best Life podcast! Here we talk about everything from: success, money, relationships, entrepreneurship, productivity, honest communication, positive psychology, and an abundance mindset. Creating a life that YOU choose.
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Courtney Andersen hosts the Sober Vibes podcat. A woman who decided to end her decade long love affair with alcohol in 2012 at 29 years old. She chose to live openly as a recovering alcoholic with honesty and humor while figuring it out one day at a time.This space and community will bring you weekly episodes of Courtney's experience and help as well as interviews from incredible souls who are living a life without drugs and alcohol. Courtney's sister Kimberly Elledge who also is a recoverin ...
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We’ve been on a sober-curious kick lately, so who better to talk to than someone who’s built a community for sober women and has been sober herself for 11 years and counting? Today, Danny interviews Courtney Andersen, founder of Sober Vibes, about her journey to sobriety and the challenges and joys of living an alcohol-free life. We discuss the dec…
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Before 2020, Kathleen Norton couldn’t imagine anything other than her corporate job, but after healing her inner child, doing deep shadow work, and really committing to her own energetic output, she built the Miss Excel brand and now has almost 2 million followers across TikTok and Instagram. Now, Kat is turning her sights towards helping people ju…
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We’ve all heard some 20-year-old trainer say that “age is just a number” when it comes to our training, but the truth is that fitness in our 40’s and beyond is different than what we used to do! Our bodies, hormones, and metabolisms are changing and that means we have to change our workout methods if we want to stay healthy and fit as we age. We kn…
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Is it just us, or is the internet boring as fuck lately? And yet even though we’re bored to tears, we can’t stop cycling through the same apps over and over again. We’re addicted to it and yet we’re just so bored. Everyone posts the same content over and over, where the only point is to get attention and make people angry, rather than doing anythin…
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There’s so much chatter about “authenticity” and “just being yourself” online these days that it’s kinda starting to lose meaning. Of course you should be yourself online, but often people mistake being “authentic” with being vulnerable. Some people like to share everything about themselves with their followers, some people don’t! We’ve also seen a…
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Maybe you’ve heard already, but prominent podcaster Andrew Huberman, was recently exposed for having relationships with 6 different women at once. And while there’s nothing technically “illegal” about what he’s done, it’s a really shitty move done by someone who claims to have high integrity, and it rubs us the wrong way. We’re not big believers in…
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We’re not at young as we once were, and as much as we hate to admit it, our bodies are changing. That means making peace with the fact that the way we once worked out no longer works for us, and figuring out new ways to stay fit. It’s hard af to let go of the ways things used to be, but staying the same forever can do more harm than good. Nowadays …
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Instagram is rolling out a new feature that defaults to keeping news and political content off of our feeds, and it got us thinking, is it irresponsible to ignore current events? Unfortunately, many news sources are produced with biases, headlines are manufactured to outrage rather than inform, and falsified information is getting harder and harder…
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Today, we’re bravely tackling a question no one has ever dared to ask before: can men and women be friends? Okay, okay, we hardly have a new take on this topic—of course they can!—but as two women whose marriages ended due to infidelity, sometimes the answer can feel a little more complicated. Lots of men and women can be friends with no romantic o…
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Whenever we face problems in our lives, we tend to crave complicated solutions over easy ones. Somehow we think complexity is more likely to give us a result—unfortunately, while simple is boring, it’s also effective. No one wants to hear that the solution to losing weight is eating less. Instead we look to fad diets or new workout techniques, and …
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Maybe it’s just us, but there’s some weird loneliness that seems to come with getting older. We’ve been holding it down for our loved ones for so long, and we’re caretakers by nature, but maybe it’s time to ask who’s taking care of us? Our responsibilities are more than ever, but now our support networks are spread out and we don’t want to burden a…
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It’s 2024, are we still judging people for taking selfies? Sometimes we like the way we look and want to share it, what’s so wrong with that? There are so many times we wish we’d gotten over ourselves and taken photos to remember specific moments in our lives, but now those times are past and we’ll never get those memories back. And hey, there’s no…
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When you have an audience of any kind, a decision must be made—do you keep yourself relatable and friendly to all, or do you out your own self on a pedestal to keep people coming back for more? For the former, some might argue that this leaves you “too” relatable, and at risk of your audience losing respect for you. On the other hand, the latter mi…
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Grief demands to be felt, and in many ways it needs to be witnessed. Grief doesn’t have a specific look, nor does it have an expiration date, but there are some types of grief that might seem uncommon or “wrong” to feel, which can leave us stuck with these feelings without any way to process them. That’s disenfranchised grief—grief that isn’t openl…
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We talk a lot of shit about men (and sometimes they deserve it) but at the end of the day, we love men and we appreciate what they do for us and who they are. But sometimes we wonder if the younger generations feel the same. “We don’t need men!” is a popular soundbyte, but do young women really feel that way, and how it that affecting the self este…
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For holidays, birthdays, and anniversaries, do gifts matter? Or is it only the thought that counts? Maybe a mixture of the two? We aren’t saying that the only way to make us feel loved is by buying us gifts, but there are some presents that are a little more insulting to receive than if you had gotten nothing at all. We all want to be loved in diff…
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There’s a lot to be said about “getting in the room” and surrounding yourself with people who can challenge and elevate you as a business owner or person, but at what point does it become elitism? At what point is the obsession with surrounding yourself with the “right” people performative and just for chasing clout? We’ve been entrepreneurs for a …
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There are some people who like their life planned out to a T, months in advance of any event (like Jill!) aaaaand then there are those that wait until the last possible second to confirm anything and leave the rest of us biting their nails (*ahem* like Danny-J). There are benefits to planning ahead for sure, but those who wait til the last minute h…
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There will be times in our lives when we are faced with a tough decision, be it personal, business, financial, or otherwise. When we come to these crossroads, we feel lost. What if we make the wrong decision? What if we pick the wrong thing and our lives fall apart? We’ll let you in on a little secret: there is no “right” and there is no “wrong.” D…
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Whether we like it or not, our society is hyper-fixated on how women look, act, and exist in this world. If you’re single, you’re looked down upon. If you’re married, a lot of your success is attributed to your husband. If you aren’t pretty, you get over-looked. But we all know looks can fade and not even marriage is without risk of ending. It’s ki…
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Danny was always told she’d be on anti-depressants for the rest of her life. As a child, she was told that her brain was “imbalanced” and she’d always have to take meds to feel okay, but as of October os 2022, she hasn’t taken any sort of medication for mental health, and doesn’t see that changing any time soon. It wasn’t an overnight journey, and …
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In a world where we’re constantly being bombarded with distractions and anxieties, our mental health is at an all-time low. Anxiety, depression, PTSD, and ADHD are being reported in record numbers and it all feels so impossible to fix. Luckily for us, we got to chat with Dr. Laura Gouge, a naturopathic physician who works with women like all of us …
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When something looks too good to be true… it probably is. We’ve talked about buying followers, downloads, and likes here before but hey, even we aren’t perfect. Recently, Danny saw an opportunity to bury some bad reviews, but unfortunately, things didn’t turn out as good as she’d hoped. This episode is a little embarrassing, but it’s real, and we h…
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Shakespeare once asked the question, “what’s in a name?” and lately we’ve been asking ourselves the same thing. After learning that her ex-husband is getting remarried and then running into him and his new fiancee (all in the same week!), Danny has been rethinking what it means to share a last name with her ex. Changing (or not changing) your last …
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Friendships are so important to nurture in our lives, but whether we like it or not, sometimes friendships fade. We grow apart, we miscommunicate, and we get in fights that slowly corrode relationships with friends that used to be our whole support system, and fuck—it can get awkward. Our relationships with friends take effort, and it’s painful whe…
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