Ossa Featured Podcaster: Rose Coppin, Host of Mamalyfe
Rose Coppin is the host of the Mamalyfe podcast. Rose’s mission is to let fellow mothers know that they are not alone in the parenting journey. By sharing her real-life motherhood experiences (both positive and negative), she creates lasting relationships with listeners who are also going through “Mamalyfe.”
Read on for more from Rose Coppin, and listen to her show at the links below (leave a review, too!):
Tell us what your podcast is about in 3 sentences or less!
The ups and down of motherhood.
What’s a quote or piece of advice that you try to live by?
Love like there’s no tomorrow.
One thing on your bucket list:
“Survivor” by Destiny’s Child
Last text message you sent:
“I love you”
What was your first job?
Any unusual hobbies?
Biggest Pet Peeve?
What inspired you to start your podcast?
Just wanted other moms to know that they were not alone.
Tell us more about your work/life outside of your podcast.
I was a CMA but now I’m a stay-at-home mom.
What is your show’s USP?
I keep it real.
What is one of the greatest challenges you have personally faced with your podcast?
Getting an audience.
What was one of your favorite episodes you’ve ever done? Why does it stand out?
The bullying episode. It stood out because I wanted to show that bullying was not okay.
What is one thing you have accomplished with your podcast thus far that you are most proud of?
Being on iHeart Radio.
What is one major milestone that you would like to accomplish through your podcast in the next year?
What is a trend or development in the podcast industry that you foresee happening in the next few years?
More people will show interest to podcasters.
What is one of the best pieces of podcast-related advice you’ve ever received & why?
Never give up because it takes time and patience.
What is one of the worst pieces of podcast-related advice you have ever received & why?
Try to get advertisements with radio. It was bad because it ended up costing me money.
What are some of your favorite women-hosted podcasts?
Can you tell us about a time when you took a huge risk/did something you were scared to do, and it totally paid off?
Did my first interview for my podcast!
How do you feel you’re making a positive impact and generating change through your podcast?
I feel like mothers who listen to my show know that it’s okay to make a mistake and being a mom doesn’t mean you have to be perfect.