This week I am talking with Cassandra Lam co-founder of The Cosmos an community of Asian women creators. In this episode we talk about the unique challenges that Asian women faces as creatives as well as switching the mindset from surviving to one of flourishing and thriving. In just a little under a year The cosmos has grown to a community of thousands of women who are exploring the question "What does it mean for Asian women to flourish and thrive."Read More
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This year I have embarked on an experiment to live this year as if it were my last. To be honest I'm not really sure what that will look like but in this episode I'm talking about what's coming up for me already, and some questions that I'm asking myself.
If you would like to follow along I will be sharing mostly on Instagram @maringhiga
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Messy Middle Minisode with yours truly. I'm sharing about a fun and different way I think about my own inner voice, intuition or gentle whispers.
The Karate Kid
Sometimes its better to think more broadly in a time of feeling stuck. This concept of asking myself if I'm in and inhale phase or an exhale phase has really helped me see where my resistance is and help me move back into the flow.
DIY rules for the WTF world.
Krista Suh is a screenwriter, craftivist, artist, activist and creator of the Pussyhat and Evil Eye Gloves. Her mission is to make the world a safer place for women and help everyone validate their own creativity, femininity, and intuition. In her book, DIY Rules for a WTF World: How To Speak Up, Get Creative and CHANGE THE WORLD, Krista share the tools, tips, experiences, "rules," and more she uses to get creative, get bold, and change the world. Krista is a powerful voice for doing more as she inspires others to create their own rules for living, and even a movement of their own, all with gusto, purpose, and joy. Krista has been a screenwriter since 2009, was in the FOX Writer's Initiative program from 2010-2011, written jokes for the Primetime Emmys, and has written in film, television, and web.
Edited by Nick Bauman
Junior En Cavale Live @WFMU 7/13/2018
Growing up my guest today Sigrid Gilmer spent a lot of time after school watching tv and making up new endings to the shows she was watching. This led her to audition for the school play where she landed the role of Galinda the Good witch of The Wizard of OZ. Unfortunately she wasn’t able to play that role but she knew she had found a place of belonging in the theatre. Sigrid shares her creative process, her wisdom and the journey to writing as her full time profession.Read More
What if you could live a life that 100% represented your singular experience? What if you stopped asking how can I fit into the current society and dominate culture and instead asked what space can I carve out in the world that is mine, and fully supports who I am and what I care about?
Have you ever been in a stage of your life and thought "I thought I would be so much further along in _____ than I am" This week I am talking about that uncomfortable space of when we are going after our dreams and goals and we realize at some point that our expectations have not been met.Read More
Have you ever wondered what people are talking about when they say "Just show up and do the work?" Well, in this episode we are getting deep into what that looked like for Nicole Miyuki watercolorist, teacher and author as she wrote her first book.Read More
If your someone who has ever had an interest in doing a year long project this episode will hopefully provide you with the inspiration to do one yourself. If you asked me 2 years ago if I thought this was possible for me, I would have told you that I never follow through on long term projects and that I am just not the type of person who completes these sorts of things.Read More
I’m a stylist and consultant who is passionate about creating and providing representation for black women through both fashion and building personal relationships. I started my business January of 2018 and continue doing work understanding how lack of representation and shame are connected, and helping women heal the wounds lack of representation has caused. I also *love* clothes and providing styling tips/advice.
My name is Rebecca, but I am otherwise known as Laughing Eye Weeping Eye, my moniker. Laughing Eye Weeping Eye is a Spirit that I work with, manifesting stories, sounds, and clairvoyant images.
Laughing Eye Weeping Eye’s visions become tarot and oracle decks, written stories, art, music, and messages from the beyond which are shared in tarot and intuitive readings.Read More
Daniella Zalcman is a documentary photographer based between London and New York. She is a multiple grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a fellow with the International Women's Media Foundation, and the founder of Women Photograph, an initiative working to elevate the voices of female and non-binary visual journalists.Read More