SOS [noun]: an internationally recognized signal of distress.
This is a podcast where we dive deeply into expanding and re-examining belief structures, passions, joy, struggles, and all things that shape the human experience. Here's to turning meltdowns into magic...
No.70 Missed Connections
Ever had a brief, fleeting moment with someone that made a deep impact on you and then you just...never saw them again? These moments are happening all over the world every day. What is it that makes our souls connect to a perfect stranger? M&A read some funny, some deeply heartfelt, incredible stories of missed connections and even share a few of their own. This is the universal human experience examined.
No.69 Feeling Through the Oscars w/ Luis Augusto Figueroa
Oscar nominated producer Luis Augusto Figueroa joins the pod this week to talk about his film Feeling Through, which made huge waves in the industry, and features the very first deafblind actor. This whole interview is an extremely inspiring story, from Luis’ SOS moment to the story of the film itself. If you have 18 minutes to yourself today, we HIGHLY recommend watching the film (stream on YouTube!), before or after listening to this interview!
No.68 Hot Girl Summer w/ Our Resident Astrologer Jordan Shomer
Our resident astrologer Jordan Shomer returns! This time with a breakdown of summer 2021, and the rest of this year. As we are collectively feeling the veil of 2020 slowly lift, and we begin to see some light, she warns of the potential for premature celebration and highlights the importance of moving through the planetary influences of the summer and fall in order to reach the levity that 2022 promises.
No.67 SOS! Gen Z To The Rescue!
Anxiety and mental health advocate, Olivia Miller, joins us to discuss her journey growing up in a small town in Canada, struggling with mental health, and realizing there were little to no local resources to help her and many others in her community struggling with the same issues. She has started, and been involved in, countless activism programs and campaigns and, at just 19, is making a massive impact on her community’s wellbeing.
No.66 What Are You Good At?
Molly shares the news about her new music that was just released, and it sparks a deep discussion about the role of artists, the creative process, the social responsibility artistry entails or doesn’t entail, and how to best navigate other people’s perceptions of you based on your art. It’s a reminder to us all that no artist or person is one dimensional, and to be patient with your own process of evolving and expressing.
No.65 Take Me To Retrogradeland w/ Elizabeth Kott & Stephanie Simbari
We speak with Elizabeth Kott & Stephanie Simbari, the hosts of one of the top wellness podcasts, That’s So Retrograde! They have been featured on USA Today, BuzzFeed, The Zoe Report, and countless more! They’ve been growing their community and taking listeners on their health and spiritual awareness journeys since 2015 - before everyone and their mom had a podcast, and definitely before “wellness” was even a legitimized & mainstream genre. We dive right in to find out what sparked this career shift in their lives, what challenges they have faced, and how surreal it is to look back on the massive impact they have had (and continue to have) on thousands of people’s self-awareness, spiritual growth, and personal health journeys.
Worth every minute💗
The stamp on growth and evolution that these conversations bring to me is more than words can describe. Love it!💗💗💗
Stop what you are doing and listen.
Love this podcast. Depth, breadth, and a lot of laughs. Keep it coming, Molly and Alissa!
Just got introduced to these two ladies a few weeks ago and love their dynamic. Love how real the keep it, especially in the social climate we’re in right now 2020. Keep it up ladies. Super in love.