Episode 021: My Biggest Takeaway From Art School

Episode 021: My Biggest Takeaway From Art School

Did you know I went to school for graphic design? Yeah, that was a waste of two years and a crap ton of money. But hey, I did walk away with one very valuable lesson... the importance of whitespace.

Nope, I'm not talking about whitespace in your designs, I'm talking about the importance of clearing out things in your life.

Tune into the first solo episode, or as I will call them, Soul Chats, to listen in on this valuable lesson. Enjoy!

Episode 020: How Anxiety Has Become Her Entrepreneurial Superpower with Jessica Rodriguez

Episode 020: How Anxiety Has Become Her Entrepreneurial Superpower with Jessica Rodriguez

What happens when you believe that “becoming your own boss” would fix your lifetime battle with anxiety -- only to find yourself in the lowest place you’ve ever been?

According to Jessica Rodriguez, you break the entrepreneurial status quo by creating a business that works for your life, instead of a life that works for your business.

Business strategist, Jessica Rodriguez and I discuss anxiety and how it when from hurting her business to helping her succeed.

Episode 019: Creating Holl & Lane Magazine, A Sanctuary For Soul-Filled Stories With Sarah Hartley 

Episode 019: Creating Holl & Lane Magazine, A Sanctuary For Soul-Filled Stories With Sarah Hartley 

On today’s episode, I talk with Sarah Hartley the creator and editor in chief of Holl & Lane Magazine about how she created this Sanctuary For Soul-Filled Stories. Sarah brought this idea to life four years ago while taking care of her newborn and wanting to share the reality of the 'not-so-cute' parts of pregnancy. 

From there this magazine developed into sharing stories on miscarriage and infertility, mental health and body image, love and loss and so much more. Holl & Lane is opening the door on conversation and shutting the door on shame, which I am SO about! 

Tune in to listen to us talk about how she produced this magazine as a side hustle until this year, how she manages business and real life as a mom with a four year old son and a four month old son, and what's in store for the future of Holl & Lane! 

Episode 018: Finding Peace After Decades Of Battling Mental Illness

Episode 018: Finding Peace After Decades Of Battling Mental Illness

On this episode of Shining From The Shadows, Joseph Fusaro and I discuss how he was able to find peace and maintain his mental health after struggling with mental illness for most of his life.

Joseph shares his mental health story, his journey to mental health recovery, and shares his beautiful perspective on life.

Episode 017: Eating Disorder Recovery, Motherhood, and Mindset Work with Kate Crocco

Episode 017: Eating Disorder Recovery, Motherhood, and Mindset Work with Kate Crocco

On Episode 17 of Shining From The Shadows, I Talk About Eating Disorder Recovery, Mindset Work, and Motherhood with Kate Crocco. Kate is a psychotherapist turned confidence and mindset coach for female entrepreneurs.

Episode 016: How To Take Action To Create A Life You Love

Episode 016: How To Take Action To Create A Life You Love

On today’s episode, Glenda Russell discusses how the life you want is waiting for you to create it.

It takes more than desire to create a life you love, it requires ACTION.

Glenda shares how this process will not be easy and how the ride won’t always be perfect, but once you’ve created a life you love, you will without a doubt know your hard imperfect work was worth it.

Glenda was laid off of her job not once, but twice and she lost both of her parents within the span of a few years. But if that wasn’t enough, her husband then lost his job! Nevertheless, Glenda wouldn’t let her circumstances hold her in hostage in pain, grief, depression, and living a less than ideal life. Instead, Glenda chose to be happy and shares how she overcame these hardships with us in episode 016.

Tune in to this episode to learn about the power of positivity and how action can lead you to living a life you love.