The Self-Aware Millennial- hosted by J.Mix, a "self-aware" woman of color from the dirty South, opens the floor to soul-searching topics of discussion by creating a laid back, safe-space for herself and other self-aware guests of diverse backgrounds to share their unique journeys to self-awareness in the hopes that the wisdom shared further nurtures our souls to acceptance of all chosen livelihoods.
Ep49: J.Mix's Embarrassing Stories
In continuation of normalizing uncomfortable dialogue, J.Mix explores her top four embarrassing life experiences. She also reflects on times where she has outcasted others. Other things discussed:J.Mix's unexpected hiatus, J.Mix's newest singles,...
Ep48: Side Effects of Zoloft
On this highly-anticipated mental health episode, J.Mix gives a run-down on how being prescribed to Zoloft has affected her life before, during, and after weening off the medication. She also announces details about her marketing job with No Dream...
Ep47: Dismantle Them All - A Talk with Black Women feat. Jen + Fari
In solidarity with museum workers and dismantle organizations around the world, J.Mix (Dismantle National WWII Museum) has an enlightening discussion with Jen + Fari (Dismantle New Orleans Museum of Art) about their paralleled experiences and...
Ep46: Anniversary Reflections From Year One
A milestone has been reached! IT'S TSAM'S ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! J.Mix reflects on seven of her most cherished conversations from Year One and offers tips to creatives looking to start their podcast journey.J.Mix's Top 7 Cherished Episodes:Ep. 1 Sex From...
Ep45: Black Love in the 21st Century
When you think of "black love," do you think of a black hetero couple? If you do, this is the episode for you, because J.Mix and Ashley Jemini will be talking about the exact opposite :) On this episode, they give insight on what love means in the...
Ep44: Black Rollerskating Excellence
We are kicking off black history month with professional roller skater, Chris Carradine, as he chats with J.Mix about skate culture and the black community's integral part in keeping the hobby alive BEFORE the white girl TikToks. They discuss how...
I’ve known the host for a long time, and have worked with her more times than I can count. Listening to her podcasts and her thoughts, especially as it pertains to the NOLA community, is something that should be required of any resident of the 504.
Learning so much from this super honest and fresh podcast! Can’t wait to see what topics TSAM will discuss next!
Love Jess and her approach to this podcast. I’m happy to listen as follow her along on these fun, an sometimes hard to unpack discussions!