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Each week on Tea Time with Trish, host Tricia Clarke is joined by a friend and fellow creative (whether it's a cake baker, graphic designer or photographer), to discuss what it's like shining their light in a world that seems dark.

At the end of every episode Tricia will answer 3 questions from listeners, on makeup, motherhood, & the Trish Mix (AKA all her other interests, cooking & baking, books, fashion and faith)!

Tricia is a storyteller, makeup artist, wife and mom living just outside Chicago. She loves Dr. Pepper, scented markers and can never have enough books.

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Each week on Tea Time with Trish, host Tricia Clarke is joined by a friend and fellow creative (whether it's a cake baker, graphic designer or photographer), to discuss what it's like shining their light in a world that seems dark.

At the end of every episode Tricia will answer 3 questions from listeners, on makeup, motherhood, & the Trish Mix (AKA all her other interests, cooking & baking, books, fashion and faith)!

Tricia is a storyteller, makeup artist, wife and mom living just outside Chicago. She loves Dr. Pepper, scented markers and can never have enough books.

    004: My Half of the Sky Founder, Renee Pollino, Social Justice Visionary, National Trafficking Awareness Month

    004: My Half of the Sky Founder, Renee Pollino, Social Justice Visionary, National Trafficking Awareness Month

    Join me for my conversation with Renee Pollino, the founder of My Half of the Sky, a social justice coffee shop that addresses social concerns and systemic injustice through opportunity. 

    Learn more at www.myhalfofthesky.org

    Not local? Subscribe and get a Freedom Box each month

    Register for Human Trafficking 101 Training here

    Support Naomi's House to make a difference for Chicago women and girls



    Makeup-Motherhood-Trish Mix Question Links

    Blinc Tubing mascara

    Maybelline washable Snapscara

    Loreal Double Extend Beauty Tubes mascara

    My favorite top coat for perfect pedicures

    Cuticle serum (game changer, for real!)


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    • 49 min
    003: Enneagram Pt. 2 with Dani Cooper

    003: Enneagram Pt. 2 with Dani Cooper

    Welcome back to Part 2 of our conversation regarding the Enneagram. In Part 1 we talked about the 9 different personality types on the Enneagram, and today we are back with our guest Dani Cooper of Deep Waters Enneagram. Today, we're talking about the ways various types might function in relationships, and how you might observe the types in family dynamics. You can learn more about her coaching at www.deepwatersenneagram.com

    Follow her on Instagram at @deepwaters enneagram

    After my talk with Dani, we dive into listener questions in the 3 categories of Makeup, Motherhood and the Trish Mix. Today, we're talking about blending makeup, motherhood role models and 

    My top books of 2020, in no particular order:

    First--the ones mentioned in this episode:

    Get Out of your Head Jennie Allen- If you struggle with anxiety, this is a must-read for you.

    The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer—If the rhythms of your life feel out of whack and no longer serve you, I encourage you to read this book and embrace new rhythms.

    Confronting Christianity by Rebecca McLaughlin—If you are a Christian who finds yourself wrestling with the hard questions like “How Can you Say there’s only one true faith”, Doesn’t Religion Cause Violence” and How could a Loving God allow so much suffering” this book will walk you through thoughtful responses. With a PhD from Oxford, author McLaughlin brings a rigorous intellectual approach to questions regarding faith

    Be The Bridge by Latasha Morrison What does it look like to pursue justice for all people from a biblical perspective? After the killing of George Floyd, a black man, by a white police officer in Minneapolis caused tensions to erupt in the US and around the world, I found my eyes opened to the injustices present in our American society, the church, and the world. Figuring out my role in bringing about justice and learning how to be anti-racist is an on-going journey that I feel I am overdue in starting, but I am starting, and this book can help you get started, too.

    Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson—this book wrecked me because I was just unaware of how unjust our justice system is. I had to take breaks from reading it because the true stories contained in it are heartbreaking—when we read books like this they should move us to action, and Stevenson’s writing will compel you to want to be a part of bringing true justice to life for all people.

    Enjoy Every Minute by Becky Baudouin this book is a gift to moms of all ages, and reading it feels like spending time with an encouraging friend. Becky addresses cliched phrases that are meant to help moms, but instead prove disheartening, like “Enjoy Every Minute, because the time goes so fast!” and responds with Biblical insights and compelling stories that provide true encouragement.

    Novels: while I read mostly non-fiction this year, a few novels stood out and are worth your time.

    Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

    Still Life by Louise Penny

    A Place for Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza

    Check out my Instagram post from NYE for even more books I loved this past year! Leave me a voice message if you have a book you'd like to recommend or share!

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    Ep 2 Trailer, Enneagram

    Ep 2 Trailer, Enneagram

    Enjoy this snippet from my conversation with Enneagram Coach Dani Cooper of Deep Waters Enneagram

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    002: Enneagram Pt. 1 with Dani Cooper of Deep Waters Enneagram

    002: Enneagram Pt. 1 with Dani Cooper of Deep Waters Enneagram

    The Enneagram has been a hot topic for a few years now, but some of my friends are just learning about it! I'm excited to welcome our guest, Enneagram Coach Dani Cooper of Deep Waters Enneagram to Tea Time with Trish. We had such rich conversation, that I split it up into two episodes. This first part details the 9 personality types of the Enneagram, as well as a description of Wings and how they function. (Part 2 will feature how the Enneagram works in relationships). You can learn more about Dani via her website and find her on Instagram at @deepwatersenneagram She works with individuals,  couples and organizations and is a wealth of information and compassion.




    We cover a lot of different Enneagram resources in our talk, so I have linked some below for you! 

    The "bible" of Enneagram books (tons of info) ">The Wisdom of the Enneagram




    After I chat with Dani, I answer listener questions on Makeup, Motherhood and the Trish Mix. For the sake of time, in this episode I opted just to address Makeup & Motherhood. 
    My favorite undereye correctors are as follows:
    Trish McEvoy (splurge)
    Bobbi Brown (mid-range)
    Becca Cosmetics (mid-range)
    Pixi (drugstore)
    My favorite concealers are listed below:
    Estee Lauder (mid-range)
    Tarte (mid-range)
    Maybelline Fit Me (drugstore)
    Under Eye Setting Powder (use sparingly)
    Becca Cosmetics
    Setting Spray






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    • 41 min
    001: Sarah Kelly, @thehautehomemaker

    001: Sarah Kelly, @thehautehomemaker

    Have you ever felt like you had a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear?
    I sure have! If that describes you too, then you are going to get a real kick out of my conversation with my Instagram friend and personal stylist Sarah Kelly. Over a cup of tea, Sarah shares with us her best style tips for how to love your clothes no matter what season of life you're in, and which fashion rules we can toss out like a pair of uncomfortable jeans!
    Sarah offers Virtual Closet Curating services, which would make an amazing gift for the style lover in your life, OR for someone who can't seem to figure out how to make fashion fun. You can book a session with her right here and tell her you "met" her on Tea Time! If you are craving "modern homemaking" inspo, follow along with her on Instagram at @thehautehomemaker
    After I chat with Sarah, I answer your questions on 3 topics, Makeup, Motherhood and the Trish Mix. On today's episode I cover:
    1. The best way to cover a pimple
    2. How we choose Christmas gifts for our son
    3. My favorite one-pot winter recipe that can easily be made vegan
    Makeup Links:
    Splurge-worthy concealer
    Mid-range concealer
    Mid-range concealer
    Drugstore Concealer
    Concealer Brush
    Concealer Brush
    Makeup Setting Spray
    Books We Love:
    The Gruffalo
    Stick Man
    Zog
    Trish Mix: Recipe
    This is a laid-back recipe, and I am not a professional food-blogger!
    You will need:
    2 Tbs Olive Oil
    2 cups White or brown rice
    2 1/2 cups water OR chicken OR vegetable stock
    1 large onion, diced
    3 stalks celery, diced
    3 medium carrots, diced
    2 cloves or 2 tsp garlic
    1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
    Optional: dash of liquid smoke, 1 package kielbasa (diced)
    You start in a large soup pot with a basic mirepoix—so a chopped onion, 3 diced carrots and 3 diced celery stalks. Heat a few tablespoons of olive oil and add the chopped veggies until they just begin to soften. To that, add some chopped garlic, and when it speaks (the garlic will "talk" to you in the oil), you’re gonna add 2 cups of dried rice. Let the rice begin to cook, and then pour in 2 ½ cups of water Or chicken stock. Cover it and give it a few minutes, then drop the heat down to low and cook until the rice absorbs all the liquid. Turn off the heat. Then add a can of drained black beans, a dash of liquid smoke, and if you have meat-eaters in your house, you can add chopped kielbasa. Mix gently to combine, cover to allow kielbasa to warm through. Enjoy! Let me know if you try it by taking a picture and tagging me!

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    • 42 min
    Tea Time with Trish Trailer

    Tea Time with Trish Trailer

    What is Tea Time with Trish?

    Hey there, friends. If you’re new here, you may be wondering, what is tea time with Trish?  I’m glad you asked! I’m your host, Tricia Clarke, and this podcast began as an Instagram chat show in the spring of 2020, at the start of the Covid pandemic. We were all stuck at home, bored and lonely, and I needed to be encouraged! It turns out, many people felt the same. I realized that I have a LOT of wonderful friends who are using their gifts and skills to make the world a better place, and I wished I could just have each of them over for a cup of tea and a chat. We still meet every day on Instagram at 4 pm Central, but I decided to move my interviews to a podcast format—so that more people can join us.

    During our time together, I chat with friends from all walks of life. You might hear from an award-winning baker, a published author, or a professional stylist! The common thread that weaves us all together is that we are using the gifts we have, and the time we’ve been given to shine a light in what can feel like a dark world.

    At the end of every episode, I answer questions I get from you—my listeners. I take questions on makeup (I am a bridal makeup artist!) motherhood (I have a really awesome 7-year old) and what I call the Trish Mix, which is the assortment of all the other things I love—cooking, books, fashion, and faith. You can submit questions via Instagram or by emailing me at tricia@triciaclarkemakeup.com

    If you like the show, I would love it if you would share it with your friends! You can easily share favorite episodes on your social media pages, and make sure you tag me @triciaclarkemakeup so I can say thank you! You can also follow the Tea Time with Trish podcast on Spotify or Apple podcasts, and that way you will be first to know when we release a new episode! Friends, I am grateful for each and every one of you that take the time to have a cup of tea with me. Life may be weird, hard and even messy, but we are in it together, and we will get through it one day, and one cup of tea at a time!


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