Musings on life and experiences as 21st century Queer Millennial Witches.
S1:EP5 - Returning to Creative Projects
A Return to Creative Projects and thoughts on being Enough. And the final episode in our first season!
Juniper and Aidan are back on the air and have missed this space so much.
Thank you for your patience as we figured out some life and ourselves along the way. Join us as we discuss what it means to return to our creative practices and what we feel "Enoughness" is. Shame and guilt around returning to creative projects and how we have found ways to move through those blocks. Thoughts on "Perfectionism" and how it relates to life, Neurodivergence, and everything.
In this Episode we reference:
Sarah Chapelle of the Holistic Business Academy
NaNoWriMo - National Novel Writing Month
This Jungian Life Podcast
Fantastic Fungi documentary on Netflix & other platforms
Biddy Tarot website
Ep4: Thoughts on Manifestation
In this episode Juniper and Aidan share their thoughts and experiences in manifesting what we want to happen in our lives.
Africa Brooke - mindset coach & consultant, host of Beyond the Self podcast
Sarah M. Chappelle and the Holistic Business Academy
-You Are a Badass & You Are a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero
-The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer
-Anything by Brene Brown
-The Right to Write & The Artists Way by Julia Cameron
Ep 3: Stories as Catharsis
In this episode Aidan and Juniper talk about some of the stories they are crafting and the moments of breakthrough discovery that have been happening recently. They also talk about the craft of writing creatively as well as writers who inspire them as readers.
They mention the "You are a Storyteller" podcast found on Spotify (there may be other episodes elsewhere) hosted by Brian McDonals and Jesse Bryan. Specifically "The Armature" episode is discussed.
The song "September Morning Bell" by SJ Tucker
Authors mentioned: Jim Butcher of "The Dresden Files", Kevin Hearne of "The Iron Druid Chronicles", Tamora Pierce "The Lioness Quartet", "Protector of the Small" and other works. Phillip Pullman of "His Dark Materials" trilogy, Maggie Stiefvater "The Raven Cycle".
Black Dog Folklore - namely legends of Fenrir/Fenris
Ep 2: Our Love Story & Queer History
In this episode we begin by outlining out lovestory. How we met and how we came to become the force of nature that we are now. We also explore Asexuality/Pansexuality and how our upbringings affected our view of Queer History.
CW: Trans & Queerphobia, AIDS, 9/11, Queer History, Family Trauma, DADT Act.
Show Notes can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/glitter-episode-47506321
Ep 1: Welcome to Glitter and Gravedirt! Pilot Episode
This is our first episode where we chat a little about who we are, what we're currently dabbling in, and what you can expect from future episodes.
Enchanting hosts and powerful stories
We’re only 3 episodes in and already this is my favorite podcast. Aidan and Juniper are both delightful goobers and masterful podcast hosts—I love and am in awe of the way each episode meanders in the natural flow of conversation and yet still weaves into shared themes. Their stories and personalities are filled with humor, empathy, relatability, deep truths, wisdom, love, magic and healing, always leaving me with learnings to reflect on in my own life. I’m grateful for the comfort and companionship this podcast offers in such an isolating time! Thank you!! 💖