Podcast by O
healing isn't linear
it's the last day of messy May + i would be remiss if i didn't acknowledge mental health month the same way i do masturbation month, so here we are. on this episode i'm talking about my journey to the middle, choosing grace vs. gtfoh & everything in between.
so, @AudCulture and I did a thing. let's just say the homies call me an author now. on this episode i speak to my silence for the last few months and fill you in on all the goodies that are in the works, to include a book and an in-person event.
we did it. we did it, Joe. LOL
no, really, we did. we made it through 2020. that alone is enough for me to be grateful for. on this end-of-year wrap-up episode, I used @khry.star's 2020-2021 Impending Bloom Reflections + Projections workbook as a guide. this workbook is the tool I didn't know I needed - asking very intentional questions and pulling out some not so easy truths that helped aid in the projections part of this project. it's so yummy + necessary! please follow Khrysta on ig + download the workbook when it drops on 1.1. 3
the art of the comeback ft. KB
today's episode features my friend+ KB aka the comeback kid. during our chat we chronicle her scholastic journey to include academic dismissal. KB shares how she chose to pivot from perceived failure to create the life she wants. she is someone who inspires me regularly, I hope you're able to find inspiration too. 3
the audacity ft. jenell + boone
on today's episode I'm joined by creatives, entrepreneurs + all around audacious women, Jenell of AudCulture + Boone of Experience Covet. we will be talking about asking for the coin you're worth + deserve, friends in business + everything else they've learned in between.
boundaries over burnout
welcome to season 2, you lush you! I've missed you all so much. 3
on this episode I'm catching you up on where I've been and what I've been up to. also speaking to my people who might do the most (like me most times) and then wonder why they're burnt out. time to talk about boundaries, care to join me?
It brought me to the space of...
Reflection and action. I’ll never forget the first episode I listened to. It made me reflect on my own year and called me to start writing in my journal again. Osha feels real, like a person that all of us know or need to know - and for that I’m grateful. I’m super excited to see not only the new season but everything that’s coming in the future for her!
Full Alignment ✨
Her poised yet down to earth approach in this beautiful offering is exactly what I needed. Every episode touches a different part of my soul, breaks me open and leaves me a better human. I feel the podcast, her voice and the authentic storytelling she shares with us have reintroduced me to parts of myself I have long neglected. Each raw and relatable topic has been in full alignment with my own lived experiences as a thirty-something Black, Cis & Queer person. Please tune-in, it’s pretty much, self-care!
Another reason to love Sunday
Melancholic voice combined with just a natural story telling ability will put you in a mood for more. A blessing that I didn’t know I needed.