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Join craft maven and creative coach Amy Tangerine as she extracts juicy wisdom from tastemakers, experts, and entrepreneurs. Her guests have found their own unique voices and infuse creativity, fun, and intention into their daily lives– so can you. Listen for the freshest takes on how to build the life of your dreams at the crossroads of creativity, passion, and purpose.

Craft A Life You Love Amy Tangerine

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Join craft maven and creative coach Amy Tangerine as she extracts juicy wisdom from tastemakers, experts, and entrepreneurs. Her guests have found their own unique voices and infuse creativity, fun, and intention into their daily lives– so can you. Listen for the freshest takes on how to build the life of your dreams at the crossroads of creativity, passion, and purpose.

    Relentless Self-Care With Mary Davis

    Relentless Self-Care With Mary Davis

    You are worthy of taking time each and every day to take care of yourself. Self-care is of the utmost importance and not enough people are prioritizing it in their lives. In this episode, I had on author, spiritual teacher and wisdom seeker, Mary Davis. Mary touched on why you have to be relentless with your self-care practices. She and I discussed a lot of great topics around learning to lean into your spirit, turning pain into purpose and working smarter, not harder.  (This episode was pre-recorded on October 20, 2020)
    What’s in this episode:
    What brought Mary to this level of wisdom How her upbringing brought her to what she does now Mary’s process of turning pain into her purpose The gift of growth and expansion that comes from life’s challenges Why women tend to put themselves last on their list Mary’s thoughts on divine timing How you can learn to listen to your spirit Why you should work smarter, not harder How small shifts can make the biggest transformations Why you should normalize your perspective on death Her advice for someone who is navigating something difficult Why you have to be able to tell your story Her encouragement about giving yourself the option to cry What her typical day is like  Why you have to prioritize yourself  
    About Mary:
    Mary Davis is the author of the beloved inspirational classic, Every Day Spirit: A Daybook of Wisdom, Joy and Peace, and the Every Day Spirit Gratitude Journal. She is a wisdom seeker, spiritual teacher, visionary, graphic artist and mystic entrepreneur. Her wallpaper app, Every Day Spirit Lock Screens, brings a little love, beauty and inspiration to phones around the world. Mary received her BSN from Georgetown University’s School of Nursing, after which she spent many fun years as a musician, songwriter, producer, piano teacher and yoga instructor. She completed her Compassionate Bereavement Counseling certification in 2017 and works with parents who have lost children and in hospice care. She has a house by the sea and lives a contemplative life in harmony with nature.
    Connect With Mary:
    Website
    Links:
    Every Day Spirit: A Daybook of Wisdom, Joy and Peace by Mary Davis
    Every Day Spirit Gratitude Journal by Mary Davis
     
    Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode! Would love to hear from you. What is one thing you can do with the wisdom and guidance you’ve extracted from this episode to make a positive and lasting change in your own life? Connect with me on social media. You can find me @amytangerine on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and pretty much anywhere. If you’re enjoying this podcast, please rate and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and let your friends know about it too! The more we spread the creativity and happiness that comes from pursuing our passions, the better off our amazing community will be. Hope you feel uplifted, energized and inspired. 

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    Creating Plans That Blossom With Nicole Barlettano

    Creating Plans That Blossom With Nicole Barlettano

    I am so thrilled to introduce you to the guest on today’s episode, Nicole Barlettano. Nicole is an illustrator, designer and bullet journalist who has successfully turned her passion project into a career. In this episode, we talk about how she got into bullet journaling and her experience collaborating and doing brand deals. Nicole and I discuss why you shouldn’t look at mistakes as problems, how to handle negative criticism people dish out online and why you should be gentle with yourself during all of the seasons of your life.  (This episode was pre-recorded on October 15, 2020)
    What’s in this episode:
    How Nicole got started with bullet journaling  Nicole’s experience of working with Paper Pastel What she does for Zinnia Journal What stationery and art supplies she’s obsessed with right now How you don’t have to look at mistakes as a problem Her thoughts on creating content that will help people How she handles negative critiques from people What Nicole does to navigate when she doesn’t have the motivation Why you have to learn to be gentle with yourself in all seasons  
    About Nicole:
    Nicole is an illustrator, designer, and passionate bullet journalist with a background in the product development and crafting industries. Her passion project, Plans That Blossom, has not only turned into a lifestyle, but a dream job that allows her to share her bonkers enthusiasm with others.
     
    Connect With Nicole:
    Instagram 
     
    Links:
    Ladder of Years by Anne Tyler
    The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level by Gay Hendricks
     
    Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode! Would love to hear from you. What is one thing you can do with the wisdom and guidance you’ve extracted from this episode to make a positive and lasting change in your own life? Connect with me on social media. You can find me @amytangerine on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and pretty much anywhere. If you’re enjoying this podcast, please rate and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and let your friends know about it too! The more we spread the creativity and happiness that comes from pursuing our passions, the better off our amazing community will be. Hope you feel uplifted, energized and inspired. 

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    Becoming Time Rich With Steve Glaveski

    Becoming Time Rich With Steve Glaveski

    A lot of people are frugal with their money. But have you ever considered being frugal with your time? In this episode, I was joined by Steve Glaveski, an entrepreneur, podcast host and author. Steve talked about this idea of how you can invest your time and become more time rich. We discussed time containers, his tips for working remotely and the importance of communicating your needs and boundaries with others. He also shared how to make the most of your life and the lessons he’s learned during the pandemic. (This episode was recorded on October 6, 2020).
     
    What’s in this episode:
    How to make the most of your life with being time rich How to shift away from the mindset that you have to be working to be productive  The first few steps to getting out of a habit that isn’t serving you Steve’s thoughts on the collective pause and wanting to get things done  The most eye-opening lessons he’s learned during the pandemic 3 tips for working remotely Why you have to communicate your needs and put boundaries in place His tips for channeling your energy Steve’s advice on why it’s never too late  
    About Steve:
    Steve Glaveski is an entrepreneur, author and podcast host whose mission is to unlock the latent potential of people so that they can create more impact for humanity and lead more fulfilling lives.
    He is CEO of Collective Campus, an innovation accelerator based in Melbourne and Singapore, that works with large organizations around the globe. Collective Campus was recognized by the Australian Financial Review as one of Australia’s fastest-growing new companies in 2018.
    Steve’s company has worked with the likes of Telstra, NAB, Clifford Chance, KWM, BNP Paribas, Microsoft, Village Digital, Lufthansa, Ayala, Charter Hall, Maddocks, Australian Unity, BNZ, MetLife and Sportsbet. Collective Campus has also been home to and incubated over 100 startups which have collectively raised more than US$25M.
    He also founded Lemonade Stand, a children’s entrepreneurship program and edtech platform, and during COVID-19 lockdowns, established NOFilter Media.
    Steve is the author of Employee to Entrepreneur: How To Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters, (Wiley, 2019), the children’s picture book, Lemonade Stand: From Idea to Entrepreneur (2019) and the forthcoming Time Rich: Do Your Best Work, Live Your Best Life (2020, Wiley).
    Steve hosts the Future Squared podcast, winner of the 2017 Australian Podcasting Awards People’s Choice award in the Business category, and now 370 episodes strong. His work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Australian Financial Review, Tech in Asia and numerous other outlets.
    He previously worked for EY, KPMG and Macquarie Bank.
     
    Connect With Steve:
    Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
     
    Links:
    Time Rich: Do Your Best Work, Live Your Best Life by Steve Glaveski
    Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
    Time Rich Tools
     
    Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode! Would love to hear from you. What is one thing you can do with the wisdom and guidance you’ve extracted from this episode to make a positive and lasting change in your own life? Connect with me on social media. You can find me @amytangerine on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and pretty much anywhere. If you’re enjoying this podcast, please rate and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and let your friends know about it too! The more we spread the creativity and happiness that comes from pursuing our passions, the better off our amazing community will be. Hope you feel uplifted, energized and inspired. 

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    The Magic of Getting Started With Theresa Haddow

    The Magic of Getting Started With Theresa Haddow

    When life doesn’t go as planned, there’s always another path and calling on the horizon. That’s what happened to Theresa Haddow, an aspiring lawyer who failed the bar exam three times before deciding to pivot to something a little more fun. After working in the creative industry and participating in a challenge with her son, Thersa started her company, The Create Kit. In this episode, we talk about why she decided to start a subscription box and the why behind it. We talk about the magic of getting started with your dream and her advice on making the transition to doing what you love. She also talks about her experience with product sourcing, what a typical day in her business is like and how she’s navigated scaling her business since she got started. 
     
    What’s in this episode:
    How Theresa is staying creatively motivated this year Her experience with failing the bar exam three times Why she started a subscription box for kids Her advice on making the transition to do what you love Theresa’s thoughts on being upbeat and positive  Her goal behind the Create Kit What her typical day is like How this time is affecting her business, creativity and relationship with other crafters The process of sourcing sustainable products How she navigating scaling her business Why you have to get out of your head and take time for pausing and reflection  
    About Theresa:
    Theresa Haddow is a creative who lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and son. After failing the bar to become a lawyer (3 times), Theresa decided to pivot to doing something a little more fun, she began working as the Workshop Captain at Paper Source and soon realized that creating pretty things was something that wasn't just a hobby, but something she was REALLY GOOD AT. After her son was born she discovered her love of watercolor while participating in the 100 Day Project and friends began insisting on paying for the paintings that she made. She also discovered that she was really good at coming up with fun and engaging crafts for her little guy to do and how much he was learning when they would do these activities together, which led to the start of the Create Kit. Theresa is passionate about helping others discover the joy and learning that can come from creative play through her craft subscription box for little kids, the Create Kit. As an artist, Theresa uses her work to share stories of hope, love and fun through her use of bright colors and subject matter.
     
    Connect With Theresa:
    Website | Instagram | Facebook
     
    Links:
    Simon Sinek Ted Talk
    The Create Kit
     
    Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode! Would love to hear from you. What is one thing you can do with the wisdom and guidance you’ve extracted from this episode to make a positive and lasting change in your own life? Connect with me on social media. You can find me @amytangerine on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and pretty much anywhere. If you’re enjoying this podcast, please rate and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and let your friends know about it too! The more we spread the creativity and happiness that comes from pursuing our passions, the better off our amazing community will be. Hope you feel uplifted, energized and inspired. 

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    073: Wild for Planning With Jeanette Richardson

    073: Wild for Planning With Jeanette Richardson

    If you consider yourself to be a planner person then you’ll definitely enjoy today’s episode with Jeanette Richardson. Jeanette is the cofounder of Wild for Planners and Wild University. In this episode, we explored how she got started with her business and membership program. She talks about her popular, GO Wild Conference and what they’ve done to shift this event during the pandemic. We also chat about making your planning your own, being choosy about what you invest your energy into and the importance of daily celebrations. 
    What’s in this episode:
    What inspired her to start GO Wild and Wild for Planners Their experience with transitioning their event during the pandemic Advice for people who might be struggling right now Why she decided to create Wild University How you can make your planner your own Why you have to intentionally use your planner for goal setting Our thoughts on being choosy about what you put your energy into  Why you should take the time to celebrate each day What Jeanette’s looking forward to right now  
    About Jeanette:
    Jeanette Richardson is the co-founder of Wild for Planners, which hosts the annual GO Wild Conference. She and her team recently launched Wild University, a membership community that features leaders from the creative community teaching new skills each month. In addition to following along with creative content, members focus on making progress and connecting with others. When she isn't working on Wild projects, Jeanette loves to travel (she hopes to make it to her seventh continent soon), and practices small business law.
     
    Connect With Jeanette:
    Website | Instagram | Facebook
     
    Links:
    Wild University
    Planners Gone Wild
    When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
    Blind Injustice: A Former Prosecutor Exposes the Psychology and Politics of Wrongful Convictions by Mark Godsey

    Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode! Would love to hear from you. What is one thing you can do with the wisdom and guidance you’ve extracted from this episode to make a positive and lasting change in your own life? Connect with me on social media. You can find me @amytangerine on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and pretty much anywhere. If you’re enjoying this podcast, please rate and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and let your friends know about it too! The more we spread the creativity and happiness that comes from pursuing our passions, the better off our amazing community will be. Hope you feel uplifted, energized and inspired.

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    Using Lettering to Make the World Brighter With Lauren Fitzmaurice

    Using Lettering to Make the World Brighter With Lauren Fitzmaurice

    Creative passion can be the glue that holds us together during challenging times. In this episode, I was joined by Lauren Fitzmaurice, an elementary teacher, calligrapher and hand lettering artist. It was during a difficult year in her life when her love for lettering emerged. She shares her story of how she got started and her advice for those who are curious about this craft. We discuss how you can use your creative gifts to make the world a better place, how she discovered her style as a left-handed calligrapher and habits she developed to improve her lettering practice.  
    What’s in this episode:
    How letting has helped Lauren stay sane during times of uncertainty Her advice for people just starting out in lettering and calligraphy Lauren’s story of how her passion for letting came about What she did to discover her style as a left-handed calligrapher Frustrations she felt when first getting started Habits she developed to improve her lettering Why you don’t want your lettering to be “perfect” Her experience of working with Tombow The next step for her in her lettering journey Tips for people who don’t feel like they have time for their creative hobbies How crafting can help you through more difficult times  
    About Lauren:
    Lauren Fitzmaurice is a left-handed calligrapher and hand lettering artist from Owensboro, Kentucky. A full-time elementary teacher in real life, and when she’s not busy teaching or being a mommy to two sweet boys or wife to her husband of 10 years, she can be found in her lettering studio with a brush pen in hand.
    Lauren’s passion for lettering began 5 years ago right after her youngest son recovered from open heart surgery. Her mom bought her an online calligraphy class so that she could learn a hobby and have something to do for herself to help with healing and recovering from a difficult and stressful year. As Lauren learned calligraphy, she started sharing her work on Instagram and over the years has grown a large following with her lettering tips for lefties, positive quotes, and love of bright colors. She’s also loved the opportunity to work with brands she loves and adores teaching lettering and calligraphy in her own community through her in-person workshops. Lauren’s mission for Renmade Calligraphy is to lift others with letters and she continues to strive to bring joy and creativity to others’ lives through her love of lettering.
    Connect With Lauren:
    Website | Instagram | Facebook
     
    Links:
    Everyday Watercolor: Learn to Paint Watercolor in 30 Days by Jenna Rainey
    Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert
     
    Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode! Would love to hear from you. What is one thing you can do with the wisdom and guidance you’ve extracted from this episode to make a positive and lasting change in your own life? Connect with me on social media. You can find me @amytangerine on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and pretty much anywhere. If you’re enjoying this podcast, please rate and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and let your friends know about it too! The more we spread the creativity and happiness that comes from pursuing our passions, the better off our amazing community will be. Hope you feel uplifted, energized and inspired. 

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