Happy Launch Day! Today is the day The Prodigal Daughter podcast officially airs! But, you may be asking, “Who is The Prodigal Daughter?”
Hi, my name is Elaine Johnston and I am the creator behind The Prodigal Daughter.
I recognize that since this is my very first episode of this show, I need to share a little bit about myself. In this episode, I’m sharing a few fun facts about me, the backstory behind the name, and the direction for the show.
Who is Elaine Johnston?
For starters, I am an avid coffee drinker and a travel junkie. I’m married to my husband, Cody, and a dog mom to our Siberian Husky, Doppler Radar. We currently reside in our Arkansas home that Cody and I built together nearly 3 years ago. I’m a lover of all things Tim Burton, leopard print, and writing. I’m currently writing the first draft of my first book, Moving Mountains and I am an Enneagram Type 4.
My major 3 goals in life include: traveling the world, drinking coffee, and having deep conversations. I love people and I love hearing people’s stories about love, life, and redemption. We
Who is The Prodigal Daughter?
What originally started a blog to share my heart with the world has now become a place for women to link arms and chase after their God-given dreams. Too often women wait to chase after their audacious goals until they’re “ready” or when their circumstances change.
So, I am here to tell you that you don’t need “permission” to go and do great things. But if you needed a sign, here it is: the woman that you desire to become is already inside of you, just waiting to be let out. You are already that person, you just have to recognize who she looks like.
Also, because this is the first episode of the podcast, I wanted to personally invite you to our Facebook Community. I believe in empowering women to become the best version of themselves possible. With that being said, I also believe that women are stronger together. It can be hard to pursue our passions when we feel like we’re the only voice in the room. That is why I created a tribe of powerful women to link arms with one another.