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‘Living Out Loud’ Podcast to Stream Online Thursday

Women looking for a little encouragement to get through the ins and outs of life will find it by watching the bi-monthly podcast “Living Out Loud with Alley & Amanda,” which will air for the first time on July 2 on HottyToddy.com.

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Alley Bell, left, and Amanda Reed

“Living Out Loud” is the idea of Oxford residents Alley Bell and Amanda Reed, and will provide a platform for women to voice and share their stories of hope, difficulties, joy and sorrow.

“Hearing other women’s stories can be an encouragement,” Amanda said.

Each week, Alley and Amanda will interview a different special guest. “We want women to feel comfortable enough to be real and transparent with us. No one has it all together all the time, and that’s OK,” Amanda said.

The podcast stream on HottyToddy.com will be a five minute or less segment of the show with a link to the full-length podcast on livingoutloud.today. The podcast will air every other Thursday, and it is sponsored by the fast-food franchise, Chick-fil-A. For more information on “Living Out Loud with Alley and Amanda,” visit livingoutloud.today, or find them on Facebook and Instagram. Get in touch with Alley and Amanda by emailing livingoutloud@hottytoddy.com.


Beth Harmon is the managing editor for HottyToddy.com. Email her at beth.harmon@hottytoddy.com

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