Chemist Warehouse Media has made a splash in the podcasting world with the launch of its latest series, Sleep Deprived, hosted by Australian social media sensation Indy Clinton.

Debuting on March 12, this eight-episode podcast is setting the stage for unfiltered and genuine discussions on life’s many facets, including relationships, parenthood, and beyond.

In the series, Indy engages audiences with her unapologetically honest approach. The podcast promises to tackle every unspoken aspect of life, maintaining a raw and authentic vibe that resonates with listeners.

In her podcast, Indy Clinton opens up about her life in a manner as spontaneous as it is insightful. With the participation of special guests, including the much-talked-about Big Eddy, the podcast offers a peek into the various facets of Indy’s life.

The 26-year-old mother of three, who boasts over 2.3 million followers across social platforms, has rapidly become an influential figure, especially after being crowned TikTok Creator of the Year at the TikTok Awards and receiving an AACTA Award nomination.

The podcast, described by Indy as a “safe space” for open and honest conversations, explores topics that range from the humorous to the deeply personal. Her first episode sets the tone, offering a candid glimpse into her life and upbringing, and her philosophy on parenting influenced by her childhood.

“Sleep Deprived is an unfiltered podcast, I dive into all the unspoken parts of my life including relationships, friendships, motherhood and everything in between. From leaky tits to hernias and haemorrhoids, it’s real-life conversations that you have with your close friends and family. I wanted to create a safe space for people to vent, cry, laugh and relate with,” she said.

The success of Sleep Deprived was almost immediate, with it soaring to the top of the Australian podcast charts. This early achievement, as indicated by rankings on Apple and Podtail, signals the podcast’s resonating impact and Indy’s growing stature in the digital content realm.

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