Francheska Medina first popped up on my radar when a good friend sent me the very first episode of the weekly podcast, The Friend Zone , which she produces and hosts alongside Dustin Ross and Assante Smith. After listening, I found her brand, Hey Fran Hey , online and was an instant fan. Before the recent boom of wellness on social media, I would scour the internet for DIY recipes and wellness tips. Her Youtube videos consolidated so much of what I was curious about in one space, presented by someone that I felt was a friend. When I met finally her I was so happy to find she is even more radiant in person. Hope you enjoy getting to know the ever evolving Hey Fran Hey a little bit more. Trusting that intuition, especially when it may challenge the status quo, has been the real spiritual journey for me. God has always been the guiding force within that trust - in love, friendships, business decisions and everything in between. What did shift, later in life, was the ability to give those experiences language.
Good things come to those who grind. The early bird gets the worm. Sleep is for the rich. If you're like me, hearing any of the three anecdotes above immediately sends a wave of anxiety through your body, and makes you think of all of the things you won't possibly have time to accomplish today. The "grind" is a lifestyle that we as millennials boast and work hard to maintain because there's said to be a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Francheska, now more popularly known as Hey Fran Hey and one third of the popular The Friend Zone podcast, is living proof that trying to keep up with the grind can mean risking both your physical and mental health. Nearly a decade ago, the now year-old wellness coach was on track to put out her debut musical project when she was struck by an illness that not even doctors could explain. She said, "I wasn't eating, stress levels were high, wasn't sleeping.
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