Maegan and Bobby chat with author, standup comic, and speaker, Nikki MacCallum. Nikki has been featured on CBS, ABC News, VH1, and performs regularly all over the country. She is also a speaker in residence at NYC’s Coalition for the Homeless’s FIRST STEP program where she speaks regularly on “Networking” and “The Importance of Showing Up.” Nikki chats with the hosts about her book titled DRY RUN in which she chronicles her dad’s passion as a marathon runner who battled alcoholism throughout his life, celebrating multiple years of recovery before his passing. She shares how her mother has found healing and the message she aims to spread with her book. Find Nikki’s book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or by visiting her website https://www.nikki-maccallum.com. Follow her on IG @nikkimacncheese
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