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This episode of The Lavender Fix Podcast features Aisha Patterson: a wife and mom of four from Tulsa, Oklahoma who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 30. Aisha is passionate about educating women on self-care and raising awareness around breast cancer. She is also the creator of #walkingoncancer21 - A movement that encourages cancer sur…
 
This episode features Michelle Krastiņš from Dallas, TX - a social media sensation with 4.1 million reel plays on Instagram, a full-time working mom to Wells, and a business owner at Bub & Babe. Michelle had a long and arduous journey from 2018 to 2019 where she miscarried twice: once naturally, delivering her placenta at home, and once through a…
 
This episode of The Lavender Fix Podcast features Shilpa Reddy Tekula: originally from Hyderabad in India, residing in Detroit, Michigan, and an Endometrial Cancer survivor. Shilpa is a physician-scientist at the University of Michigan and her work is primarily related to Triple Negative Breast Cancer on a genetic/cellular level. In this episode, w…
 
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features, Sheen Dhar: a 1st-degree black belt and an NPC figure competitor from Kashmir, living in Georgia, Atlanta, USA. Bodybuilding is no joke. There is A LOT of science to it. There's a stringent regime you need to stick with, with no room to falter on your diet. But let’s be honest, if you’re a woman, i…
 
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Tasia Bhat: A Kashmir based food blogger who is a master of sharing authentic Kashmiri recipes on YouTube. Tasia realized that there was a dearth of traditional Kashmiri recipes on the Internet, & also that all the recipes that were available online were in fact not authentic or did not list the cor…
 
Beka Clayton was pregnant with her second baby. She was in great health, she was glowing, she was blooming into the most beautiful flower you’d ever seen, she felt exuberant, she felt like a goddess growing life. It was perfect even with the pain. She was so close to completing her family, but life had other plans. 18 weeks and 6 days pregnant. The…
 
This episode features Aamir Wani: the famous photographer, filmmaker, poet & a writer from Kashmir. Aamir’s work is hugely inspired by Kashmiri-American poet, Agha Shahid Ali, & he is a multi-award winning photographer who has been honoured with India’s Best Travel Photographer by Travel + Leisure (2017,) the mBillionth award by DEF & the UN World …
 
This episode features the very first woman, with Alopecia, to be featured in the Sports Illustrated magazine: Christie Valdiserri! YUP! Talk about breaking the glass ceiling and smashing the bizarre beauty norms! Christie is a dancer, a model, a fitness instructor, a motivational speaker, founder of Bald Tourage - and the list goes on! Today we lea…
 
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition in which the ovaries produce an abnormal amount of androgens, male sex hormones that are usually present in women in small amounts. The name polycystic ovary syndrome describes the numerous small cysts (fluid-filled sacs) that form in the ovaries. However, some women with this disorder do not have cys…
 
This episode features the CEO & Founder of the famous Kashmiri clothing line, Tul Palav: Iqra Ahmed. Iqra is a full time hustler, a businesswoman & a creative thinker. Iqra’s work is not just about reviving the traditional Kashmiri fashion & style but in fact revolutionising it with quirky embellishments, interesting cuts & silhouettes, patchwork &…
 
This episode is about a powerful journey of resilience, hope & survival featuring Barbora Kurcovà, a quirky soul, originally from the Czech Republic, currently residing in Norway. Barbora is a Cervical Cancer survivor. Barbora was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer in the December of 2019. She started her treatment on the 6th of January 2020, & since t…
 
This episode features the makeup mogul of Kashmir: Saba Shafi Sheikh. After graduating in English literature from Delhi University, Saba completed her MBA in Business Management and tried her hand at a few jobs in the corporate sector before she found her bearing: the art of makeup. Saba is a very known name in Kashmir with over 144k followers on h…
 
In this 25th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Suhail Naqshbandi, a Kashmiri cartoonist & a graphic journalist whose work is driven by passion & politics. Influenced by his personal experiences growing up in the conflict-ridden valley of Kashmir, Amid military occupation, human rights violations & cultural imperialism - his work is g…
 
In this 24th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Victoria Myers, from Greenville- South Carolina, owner of Nourishing Mind Nutrition - all about spreading body positivity through intuitive eating with the prime focus of empowering women to ditch the diets, heal their digestion, regulate their hormones & learn to practice wellness witho…
 
In this 23rd episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Bríd McNulty, a food & body coach who started her brand Free With Bríd as a way to turn her own 10-year journey of recovering from binge-eating into a message for others who may be struggling with similar eating behaviours. The 10 tumultuous years helped Bríd identify what was working fo…
 
In this 22nd episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Kimberly Houston, a proud business owner hailing from the black community who shares her thoughts on how natural black hair have become a civil rights issue in America, at work & outside. Anti-black hair sentiment on U.S. soil has existed for centuries & this discussion explores the deep…
 
In this 21st episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Vanessa Masse, a Boston based supermom and nurse practitioner who is well known for her journey to becoming debt free in 2017. Vanessa made it happen. She pushed through and paid off $75,000 in 7.5 months. LET THAT SINK IN! This journey was not easy. It was a bumpy ride with lots of twit…
 
In this 20th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Zarna Garg, a mom & lawyer turned award-winning screenwriter & stand-up comedian, highlighting the immigrant & American experience with her own signature style. Zarna has performed for sold out audiences at top clubs across the country, & you can find her each month at the famous Carolin…
 
In this 19th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Karen Phillips, a transracial adoptive mom, an incredible yoga instructor, a skincare fanatic and a silver hair ambassador and influencer based in Tennessee. Karen is a huge proponent of healthy living and her Instagram profile is a total treat for the eyes, with every caption thoughtful…
 
In this 18th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Carla Martin, a silver goddess, a mom, a wife, a quirky ageless soul, a Glossier ambassador & a content creator based in Mexico. Carla first noticed the premature greying of her hair at the age 14, & by the age of 31, she was 50% grey. After years of covering up a part of her personality…
 
In this 16th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Zehra Mushahid, a Dubai based diverse HR Professional, and a very dear friend. I met Zehra in London in the November of 2015, introduced by my college professor from India when he learnt that I had moved to London. Zehra was a newly wed bride at the time, very excited about this new chap…
 
In this 16th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Areeba Siddique, a Pakistani artist, a blogger & a professional stereotype & gender norms crusherrr! Areeba is not only a role-model to many young girls in Pakistan, but is also an activist & a social media influencer who uses art pieces to exhibit the world around her including her feel…
 
In this 15th episode The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Sumaya Dalmia, one of the leading fitness and wellness professionals in India, and someone who has been a pioneer of the Wellness and Fitness industry since 1997! Join Sumaya & I as we chat about the mom hustle, the unsolicited snapback expectations, mom-shaming, the Instagram body, the thi…
 
In this 14th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Latoija Jones Stewart, a badass female entrepreneur from Waco, Texas, determined to become an excellent version of herself through fitness! Join Latoija & I as we chat about the driving force behind her decision to change her life, the steps she took to wash away the physical pain, the v…
 
In this 13th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Akshay Jakhete, an incredible cast member from the show Indian Matchmaking on Netflix! Join Akshay and I as we engage in a candid conversation about his presentation on the show, the positive and negative feedback received from viewers, the trolling spiral on social, his relationship wit…
 
In this 12th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview: Manisha Dass, a very special and loved cast member from the show Indian Matchmaking on Netflix! In real life, Manisha is a super passionate healthcare research analyst. She has been practicing occupational therapy for over 5 years and can speak FOUR foreign languages! Join Manisha and I …
 
In this 11th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview Andrea Lopez: a celebrity impressionist, a comedian, a podcaster, a Buzzfeed Commentator and former radio personality who was most recently featured on NBC's comedy series "Bring The Funny.” Join Andrea & I as we chat about Andrea's passion for comedy, her life before going mainstream, he…
 
In this 10th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview Isha Yadav: a PhD candidate for Women & Gender Studies, & a practicing visual artist, writer & theorist from New Delhi, India: currently facing the brunt of the arranged marriage tradition in her life. Join Isha & I as we chat about the latest Netflix production - Indian Matchmaking & her…
 
In this 9th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview the WECO Hospitality founders: Rachel Amiralian & Gavin Lambert, two SUPERNOVAS! The WECO founders & owners lost their jobs due to the pandemic a few months ago and quickly pivoted to build a food business that not only provided them with a stable source of income, but also offered an amaz…
 
In this 8th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview Emily Fedner: a Brooklyn based cook, a trained TV host, a content creator and a professional food-eater. Join us as we chat about Emily's journey to establishing her blog - @foodloversdiary, starting her pop up restaurant called Petite Pasta Joint in partnership with Sarah Raffetto, and cr…
 
In this 7th episode of The Lavender Fix podcast I interview Sydney Weymouth: a New York based Social Media & Creative Strategist who manages the digital footprint of award winning personalities like Daymond John & Catherine Zeta-Jones, as well as countless brands ranging from skincare to hospitality. In the September of 2018, Sydney woke up in her …
 
In this episode of The Lavender Fix podcast, I interview Danielle Khan about how a fun spring trip to Kashmir changed her life forever because she found love in the lush valleys of Kashmir. Danielle is a Washington DC based Special Assistant to ambassador Swanee Hunt. She is committed to the promotion of philanthropic initiatives, global human righ…
 
This episode is dedicated to the topic of moving on from toxic relationships of the past and allowing oneself to find light and love at the end of the tunnel. To that end, it’s a process, not a destination. You have to be patient because the only way around it is through it. In this fourth episode of The Lavender Fix Podcast, I interview my Instagr…
 
The Black Lives Matter movement was founded in 2013 with the aim of eradicating white supremacy and building local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes. In this fourth episode of The Lavender Fix Podcast, I interview Kimberly A. Houston, who is the owner and principal consultant at Pure Health Pr…
 
In this third episode of The Lavender Fix Podcast, I interview Ananya Rijhwani: a self-taught wedding photographer from Varanasi, India. From the ghats of Varanasi to the heart of New Delhi, Ananya’s journey of deciding not to attend college and jumping right into starting her own wedding photography business is inspiring! Fast forward to 7 years, …
 
Today I'm chatting with my best friend of 11 years, Anjali Kalra: a senior auditor with a professional services firm in India. We cover everything from her opinion on the modern day relationships to her personal experience with online dating. We also discuss the recent spike in the length of user conversations on dating apps like Bumble, Grinder an…
 
In the inaugural episode of The Lavender Fix Podcast, I interview two very special guests: my dear friends Sana and Lalit, who I’ve known for about 10 years! We discuss their inter-religion dating journey leading to marriage - a tough hike that came with lots of ups and downs, fireworks, lukewarm conversations and breakthroughs. The episode ends wi…
 
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