Two friends discuss if you need to be crazy to be creative and anything else to do with the arts they can't stop making.
Perfectionism, Productivity & Pendulums with Life Coach Nicole Baker
Meghan and Jennifer June chat with Life Coach Baker about Perfectionism, listening to ourselves, finding our own voice, and breaking down steps on how to reach our goals that are reasonable and not daunting.
Nicole teaches us how to plan properly and make working on our dreams NOT feel like herding 40 cats hyped up on catnip.
Nicole Baker is a Life and Mindset Coach who helps perfectionists not only set goals, but actually follow through on them. Having grown up in a family surrounded by personal development, she has been attending seminars and absorbing these tools since she was a toddler. She is also the host of the Life Coach Baker Podcast, co-creator of Lift | one body, one mind, and a goal smasher extraordinaire!
We're Coming Out (Of Covid)
Jen & Meghan discuss what they're looking forward to when Covid restrictions are lifted... And what they'll miss.
KFC eating squirrels, Montreal setting the city on fire when the Habs win (what?), and what parties will look like in our future.
We also discuss the importance of educating ourselves on the true history of our country, what Canada has to make up for, why Canada Day shouldn't be celebrated anymore, because #thereisnoprideingenocide.
Every child matters. Support Indigenous artists and foundations. Listen and be an ally.
We can all do better.
Rich Roll podcast interview with Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey
Weird Voices, Homesickness, & Ignoring our Inner Saboteur with Sarah Katie Holmes
Meghan and Jennifer June chat with, Sarah Holmes about her journey from Dance school to a career in special care, to one as a personal trainer/fitness instructor/dance teacher. We dig into burnout, the pros and cons of narcissism, weight loss and body positivity, Sarah’s life-changing epiphany and, most importantly, Lee.
“I definitely changed lives with my boobs” - Jennifer June Chapman
“The best way to change lives is with boobs”- Sarah Katie Holmes
Sarah's love for all things movement and creativity began in her early childhood and blossomed into adulthood when she moved to Toronto at the age of 17 to become a triple threat performer.
With Step Up, 5: All In the movie, Mary Poppins the musical, music videos and television performances under her belt, Sarah feels great importance in sharing the power of movement, performance, creativity, self-discovery and connection to the growing youth as well as adults.
Over the last 7 years, Sarah has focused on teaching dance and movement to all ages ranging from 6 months old to 50 + in dance studios, daycares, elementary schools, community centres, high schools, corporate businesses and gymnastic centres.
Last year Sarah quit her 11-year career working with the mentally disabled and moved back to the Eastern Townships, her home, to become a small business owner. During her career with the mentally disabled, she encountered burnout, depression and learned how to rise above with self-love, movement and action. She aspires to continue teaching the importance of movement, dance and self-love to small children and adults alike. As a group fitness instructor and personal trainer, she also assumes her role as a body acceptance and self-love teacher.
She now runs an online gym providing virtual fitness and wellness classes, movement programs, private training, group training, dance classes for all ages and dance programs in elementary schools.
Bad Habits, Fake Laughing, & Good Toilet Habits
You asked for it! You got it! Meghan and Jennifer June talk about breaking bad habits and creating good habits. From Meghan’s mid-sleep granola snacking, Meghan’s mid-sleep peanut butter snacking, Meghan’s toe-nail peeling habit, to how Jen has zero bad habits… Is lying a bad habit?
Delanie Fischer -E-ficionado
Judson Brewer - A simple way to break a bad habit
Sarah Katie Holmes’ Bootcamp
No Negative Self-Talk, Adulting, and Inspiring Future Writers
"I'm a black woman, but that's not all I am."
Jen and Meghan sit down with debut author, Nekesa Afia, to talk about her upcoming novel Dead Dead Girls, her love for history and research, never giving up, and believing in herself.
We also learn about how her lead character influenced her to become a Coca-Cola addict, being a Twitter person, and her dad investing in a t-shirt printer.
"We're not just one-dimensional." - Nekesa sharing her story about creating a black, lesbian, strong female character.
Dear Listeners, We Have The Answers (We Think)
Have you ever asked yourself whether to cut your jeans into booty shorts or not?
Advice on how to get over a breakup?
Loch Ness monster (or other lake monsters) on your mind?
Wishing there was a catchy theme song on an episode?
Well... this episode will answer all of these burning questions and concerns...AND MORE!
Jen & Meghan sit down to go over your submitted questions, look over a crystal ball, and perhaps end up with a spit-take when one isn't quite ready.
***Jack Black, if you're listening, Jen's bags are packed and will have Gravol for the flight to Australia.
Laughed so much listening to the pointy fries and dick pics episode. Thanks for being a bright spot in the work day :)