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Who We Are

Just normal people

Unplugged and Real was founded by Lucy and Jenn. We were talking and catching up and stumbled across the topic of why we don’t talk and listen enough to each other - as a general population. This topic was raised as we spoke about how we had both done a lot of soul searching and personal growth during the 2020 lockdown period. 


We tried to figure out why people didn't talk. Was it because we are scared to be vulnerable?  Don’t feel we have someone to talk to?  Or we just don’t want to burden other people with our problems?

We then got  to thinking about ourselves as individuals and if we actually talk about things in our lives enough and the answer from both of us was - no not enough. 


It was at this point Unplugged and Real was born. The original thought was it would give us an outlet and a place to talk with each other on how we were feeling and perhaps we could then reach out to other people who may be feeling the same way by posting our podcast online. Jenn has always said “If what I am going through can help one other person then that is a win” It is amazing now that we are able to inspire, educate, help and be relatable to hundreds of  listeners. 


The podcast is uncut and real.  We both lay the honest truth on the table through discussing topics we have not previously talked about and we always give open, honest answers even when it is a topic close to us or one we find hard to talk about. This is where the podcast name has been born from. Both of us wanted to produce a podcast that everyone could relate to and was aimed at a very ‘normal’ audience as both of use are just normal human beings with no big PHD’s in specific topics.  One of the biggest feedback points we have received is that people can relate the topics to their lives and thought the topics discussed no one else was feeling. 


We are so happy and grateful for all of your support and allowing us to talk to you guys and listen to your experiences helping us to achieve the goal we set out to achieve.  Inspiring others whilst helping them learn to talk and listen. 

Lucy Majury

I have always been a very determined person who wanted to achieve the best I possibly could in all aspects of my life that I was passionate about. I strive to be strong, robust and not have a weak vulnerable side as this is how I believed you needed to be to be successful. 

Little did I know this would actually hinder me along the way. 

We all have ups and downs and it was not until recently that I realised actually talking about how I was feeling and not pressuring myself to be the person ‘people’ thought I was and how I thought I needed/wanted to be did I realise I could actually be me and that would be ok. I also realised it was ok to be vulnerable and not superwoman all the time. 

It was at this point I wish I could have opened up before now and learnt all the things I know now as I am far more mentally tough and happy with the person I am. But would I change it? Never! Why? Because it has made me who I am now and brought me to a place where it allows me to now be able to share with you my story of my vulnerability being disguised as a strong, robust woman. I hope that you can learn from my journey. 

Jennie Allen

I have always been comfortable talking to people and find somehow people naturally come to me with their stuff which I think is partly because I am open about a lot of things most people aren’t. 


I went from fat to fitter and change my whole career after  a pretty rocky divorce and although not the worst, not the nicest. One thing I  found was  talking through it made a massive difference to how I handled it, and how I got over it and moved on to a better me. 


As I grew and changed to be healthier and fitter I wanted to just help one person do the same  which is why I became a coach and jacked in that office executive life. They always say do what you love and I am fortunate enough to do that even if its taken me much longer to do than I had ever originally planned. I honestly thought I would be a CEO of some big company earning the bucks! But if these podcast do help just one person my goal is complete and I know this will change someones life much more than any high flying office career ever could! 

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