Jessie interviews authors & influencers on topics ranging from healthy friendships & baking to spying on terrorists & racism. This radio show turned podcast features conversations with writers, podcasters, poets, journalists, and other influencers who are shaping our culture. Join us in the studio, and jump into the discussion!
Mind Over Muffin Top
Cheryl Keaney shares how a constructing a well-balanced house of healthy habits can provide the framework for transforming your lifestyle.
Learn more about Cheryl and Mind Over Muffin Top on her website here:
Is Social Media Bad for Female Relationships?
This special https://entirelywomen.com/ (Entirely Women) edition of LIMElight gathers the founders of UNLABEL'd, a new networking group for women, to discuss the pitfalls and benefits of social media.
Are you getting what you need from your social feed, or do you need to join us for a conversation about what authentic relationships can be like?
Learn more about UNLABEL'd on their Facebook page here:
or in this article by The Keel:
Check out Demiree's business, Ruboo Boutique here:
Learn about Cecelia's sleep and body company, Sylva and Stone:
See Ashlind's work by visiting The Roost and The Hatch on IG:
The Women Who Have Gone Before Us
Christina Baker Kline, New York Times best-selling author of Orphan Train, discusses the journey she went on to tell the stories of female convicts exiled to Australia in the 1800s.
Learn more about Christina and her books at:
If You Think You're Having a Bad Day...
Michael Farquhar digs into the worst days in History to remind us that some of the biggest names we know are just as human as we are.
Learn more about More Bad Days In History: The Delightfully Dismal, Day-to-Day Saga of Ignominy, Idiocy, and Incompetence Continues here:
What Your Hormones Are Trying to Tell You
Is your body sending you signals that you're not aware of? Dr. Aviva Romm helps women understand what's happening in their bodies and how to address common health complaints.
Learn more about Dr. Romm and her book, Hormone Intelligence, at her website:
Can National Solidarity Heal Racism in America?
Theodore R. Johnson eloquently challenges us to look at our perceptions of race and the "other" and beckons us to set aside our comfort to form a more unified country.
Learn more about Theodore and his writing at his website here:
Great guests, great interviews!
Jessie has some great guests and comes off as a vulnerable, genuinely curious host. Love listening!