S6E8 Music As Medicine
Release Date: 03/07/2021
As restrictions lift, the invitations to connect and socialize are going to start coming in. While incredibly exciting, it's important to consider what feels best to say yes to as it becomes safer to spend time with others. In today's episodes, I'll throw out some guiding questions to make the decisions easier, and will also share the 3 types of boundaries that can help us prioritize our physical and mental health.info_outline S63E12: Preparing for Re-Entry
Vaccines are rolling out, restrictions are being lifted slowly but surely. These steps towards normalcy are super exciting! What do we want to do first when we have fewer worries about safety, and how can we do it in a way that still takes care of our physical and mental health? In today's episode, I'll share a way we can answer that question for ourselves.info_outline S6E11: Like Drinking from a Fire Hose
TW: Grief, death, lossinfo_outline S6E10 Nearly 1 in 3 Women
TW: miscarriage, grief, loss.info_outline S6E9 Dating in the Time of COVID
In order for us to meet Abby and Steve, first they had to meet. In today's episode, we'll get to know how a couple came to be despite the hurtles of social distancing. Dating during a pandemic takes a bit of creativity, and we'll learn how it all went down for this pairing.info_outline S6E8 Music As Medicine
Meet Joan Alyvia of Joan and the Roses, a musician who had big performance plans at the start of 2020 that took a turn when the pandemic led to venue closures. In today's episode, Joan shares how music not only helped her to work through these challenging times, but also helped her to give back and support others during the social justice movements of the summer. Tune into today's episode to learn moreinfo_outline S6E7 Lessons in Remote Learning
Distance learning was not a term in public education until March 2020, and then over the course of a weekend it became the norm. In today's episode, hear from teachers at varying grade levels about their experiences being thrust into remote instruction- including how they stayed connected to students and cared for themselves during this shift.info_outline S6E6 Stop Calling Me Superwoman
The shift to working and learning from home was a change for many of us, but especially for parents. Meet Janelle, a life coach and licensed social worker who suddenly was attending graduate school online while her two young children suddenly learned from home. Janelle took it as an opportunity to assess where her priorities lie, and to reframe expectations in order to find more balance. Tune into today’s episode to learn more!info_outline S6E5: The Business Pivot
Like many of us, Shannon Moyer- Szememyei entered 2020 with dreams about where that year would take her. Having just opened a brick-and-mortar counseling practice, the shut down threw her plans for a loop as she had to figure out how to adjust her business and practice. Learning to navigate a career from home while sharing space with her family, as well as how to navigate the emotional experience of the pandemic, Shannon shares her story and take-aways in today's episode.info_outline S6E4 Creating Resilience
For many of us, the time at home during the pandemic forced us to take a look in the mirror. In this week's episode, meet Kat Jordan. On the heels of a marriage ending and while going through the grief cycle, Kat had to learn how to navigate a global health crisis. Being a mental health worker did not make her immune to the impact of the shut down, but it did give her some tools to use to get herself through all of the changes that happened to her life in 2020. Tune in to learn more.info_outline
Meet Joan Alyvia of Joan and the Roses, a musician who had big performance plans at the start of 2020 that took a turn when the pandemic led to venue closures. In today's episode, Joan shares how music not only helped her to work through these challenging times, but also helped her to give back and support others during the social justice movements of the summer. Tune into today's episode to learn more.
Did your health class in high school leave you with questions? You're not the only one! Our bodies do some incredible things, but most of us left with a knowledge of how not to get pregnant and how to label anatomy photos. Come join us for a fun and fascinating trivia night where you'll definitely leave with some fun facts!
Jennifer Fay of Rooted Ground and Diana Fuller of Watered Grass are your teachers for the evening. With a heavy focus on body positivity and self-knowledge, grab your friends and come enjoy this zoom version of your favorite night at the bar including:
- A goodie bag full of everything you'll need for the event, mailed right to you
- Trivia that are equal parts entertaining and enlightening, aiming to help you feel more in-tune with your body and how to care for it. *Don't worry, answers are submitted by poll so you don't have to say anything in front of the class*
- Prizes for high scores and those who feel bold enough to jump on the mic
- Tons of body and female-positive activities guaranteed to have you feeling empowered by the end of the night
This event is open to all womxn and anyone who identifies as female or femme. All you need to do is register, and we'll do the rest! Keep an eye on your email, as we will be sending out different freebies each week to get you ready for the event. The sooner you sign up, the more goodies that you'll receive in your inbox.