Wednesdays on Whidbey: What’s the Origin Story for Stories From Women Who Walk?


Over 3 years ago this is how it all began. 


Once upon a time I invested in a podcasting workshop without forethought or preparation. Out of the gate I was asked what’s the title, who’s it for, what’s it for, what do you intend?  

Gulp! I know stories. I’m a woman. I walk. That’s it. Stories From Women Who Walk. As simple as that. 

The familiar cover art is an early morning selfie taken as I walked away from Orisson, France toward the Pyrenees Mountains into Spain setting out on my Camino pilgrimage. 

Whether I’m interviewing a guest, shining a spotlight on the achievements of women foremost, or offering a daily menu of 60 Seconds episodes, my podcast is uniquely forward-looking and story-based for anyone charmed by and curious about the power of story to profoundly and positively shift our awareness, our behavior, even our culture as well as those who wish to learn more about the power of walking to reveal the world around us and within us. Like magic, the “sorcery of stories” is this: it helps each of us to be seen and heard, to understand and be understood. 


Why just an audio podcast? Because the human voice is the most powerful instrument we have to heal, inspire, comfort, entertain, and more. It’s the reason that Big Humans and Little Humans long to hear the same stories retold, bedtime stories, family stories, campfire stories. The human voice transports, keeps us company, and reminds us we are never alone. 

Simply the best ~ Diane 

Wednesdays on Whidbey: What’s the Origin Story for Stories From Women Who Walk? written by Diane F. Wyzga in collaboration with Beauty & the Beast Publishing. Image: Diane F. Wyzga.

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