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Muffy J Davis on Changing Everything (Your Name, Your Relationships, Your Job, and Your Life)

Muffy J Davis is a working class queer femme, a writer, a podcaster, a person who has recovered from an eating disorder, and a long distance hiker.

She wrote a book called Ink in Water: An Illustrated Memoir (Or, How I Kicked Anorexia’s Ass and Embraced Body Positivity), formerly hosted a podcast called Flex Your Heart Radio, and for many years she wrote a blog about health and wellness called Super Strength Health.

In this episode, which covers such a wonderfully wide range of topics, Muffy tells us the story of all the significant changes she has made in her life over the past few years: getting divorced, walking away from a business and career, filing for bankruptcy, changing her name, recovering from illness, restarting a new career path, and more.

Muffy is one of the most relentlessly honest storytellers I know, and this episode feels like the highest and clearest representation of what I originally envisioned when I first started this podcast. I can't wait for you to hear all that Muffy has to share, and I know for sure that you'll walk away feeling equal parts comforted and lit up with possibility.

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