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The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire

By Jordan Younger

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Welcome to The Balanced Blonde Podcast! Here we will discuss everything from the young entrepreneurial blogging life to wellness, friendship, branding a business, writing, how to keep the passion alive and so much more. On each episode Jordan will interview someone in her life who has set their soul on fire and is doing awesome things. As always, we want you to get know Jordan better through this podcast and give you a glimpse into her life and those who she is closest to! It's going to be a blast, so relax, enjoy and SUBSCRIBE!

Customer Reviews

Go Jordan Go!

So excited about this. I love listening to Jordan talk and feel she has so much advice and knowledge to offer. Excited to see what direction this podcast goes.

Not My Favorite

This podcast really shows the privilege of the health industry's internet takeover. I tried to be very open-minded as I enjoy learning about the people behind popular Instagram accounts and fitness lifestyles, but Jordan is not the best interviewer. She seems to favor talking about herself more than her guests. I would've appreciated more thought-provoking questions for the interviewees. I really didn't appreciate her jab at vegans either. If you're really promoting "balance," you should be accepting of all different lifestyles. Just because one didn't work for you doesn't mean you can bash those for whom it did. She fits incredibly well into the mold of a stereotypical California girl who does yoga. There's nothing wrong with California and there's nothing wrong with yoga (I also enjoy it), but this podcast offers very little to listeners who aren't exactly like her.


Too much on herself too much talking about herself, steal the conversation from her guest to her again. I feel I hear her say omg me too, and words that's so cool and I love that every 5 mins and the journal and introduction is another 20 min set that could be a lot shorter. Balanced blonde is more like center of attention blonde