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Join craft maven and creative coach Amy Tangerine as she extracts juicy wisdom from tastemakers, experts, and entrepreneurs. Her guests have found their own unique voices and infuse creativity, fun, and intention into their daily lives– so can you. Listen for the freshest takes on how to build the life of your dreams at the crossroads of creativity, passion, and purpose.
 
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You are worthy of taking time each and every day to take care of yourself. Self-care is of the utmost importance and not enough people are prioritizing it in their lives. In this episode, I had on author, spiritual teacher and wisdom seeker, Mary Davis. Mary touched on why you have to be relentless with your self-care practices. She and I discussed…
 
I am so thrilled to introduce you to the guest on today’s episode, Nicole Barlettano. Nicole is an illustrator, designer and bullet journalist who has successfully turned her passion project into a career. In this episode, we talk about how she got into bullet journaling and her experience collaborating and doing brand deals. Nicole and I discuss w…
 
A lot of people are frugal with their money. But have you ever considered being frugal with your time? In this episode, I was joined by Steve Glaveski, an entrepreneur, podcast host and author. Steve talked about this idea of how you can invest your time and become more time rich. We discussed time containers, his tips for working remotely and the …
 
When life doesn’t go as planned, there’s always another path and calling on the horizon. That’s what happened to Theresa Haddow, an aspiring lawyer who failed the bar exam three times before deciding to pivot to something a little more fun. After working in the creative industry and participating in a challenge with her son, Thersa started her comp…
 
If you consider yourself to be a planner person then you’ll definitely enjoy today’s episode with Jeanette Richardson. Jeanette is the cofounder of Wild for Planners and Wild University. In this episode, we explored how she got started with her business and membership program. She talks about her popular, GO Wild Conference and what they’ve done to…
 
Creative passion can be the glue that holds us together during challenging times. In this episode, I was joined by Lauren Fitzmaurice, an elementary teacher, calligrapher and hand lettering artist. It was during a difficult year in her life when her love for lettering emerged. She shares her story of how she got started and her advice for those who…
 
I am excited to be bringing you guys this conversation with Lydia Diaz. Lydia is a full-time crafter and she’s actually in the top 3% of sellers on Etsy!. We covered a lot in this episode including how she got into crafting, how she got her products featured in the press and why she follows her heart instead of trends when creating products. Lydia …
 
Entrepreneurship isn’t easy. That’s something that Jaime Schmidt, founder of Schmidt’s Naturals knows all too well. Jaime is a multi-passionate entrepreneur who after partnering her business with Unilever, went on to start another company and an investment fund to support other founders. Jaime bootstrapped her business for many years and in this ep…
 
It’s easy to fall into the trap of being hard on ourselves when we’re chasing after our goals. In this episode, I was joined by YouTube content creator, Melanie Ham and we talked about why we should put less pressure on ourselves as creatives. Melanie got started on YouTube in 2011 after wanting to connect with other makers and quickly realized her…
 
Consistency is needed for growth in any business or endeavor you take on if you want to see growth and success. That’s why I had to bring on Teela Cunningham, founder of Every Tuesday. The name of her business came from the very idea that she would produce and share new content with her audience every Tuesday. In this episode, we talk about her jou…
 
There’s so much greatness that can come from honing in on the things that bring you joy. In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Alicia Harrison, founder of Crafts of a Different Shade. We touched on so many important topics in this episode around giving yourself grace, finding peace and taking time to rest. Alicia shared how she got s…
 
Do you hold yourself to a high standard that isn’t always attainable? A lot of creatives find themselves doing this and it can set us up to be really hard on ourselves when we don’t meet those expectations. In this episode, I was joined by painter and author Tracy Verdugo. We talked about setting realistic expectations for ourselves and our creativ…
 
I’m happy to be sharing today’s very important conversation with scrapbooker, Victoria Calvin. This conversation was an important one as we touched on the very critical matters of representation, inclusion and equality. We dive into some of the deep issues that are relevant to the creative community and the world as a whole. Victoria and I explore …
 
Have you ever had a rebirthing process? In this episode, I was joined by a dear friend of mine and artist, Courtney Jaye. Courtney is an artist with Island Records and has collaborated with some of the biggest musicians in the industry. She came on to chat about her rebirthing process, moving through trauma and learning from the setbacks you face. …
 
I am so excited to have a dear friend on the podcast, Vicki Boutin. Vicki is someone who has completely transitioned her career and went from being in the dental industry to working as a creative. In this episode, we chat about all things scrapbooking including how she got into it and found her niche within her work. She talks about the different r…
 
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to be a magician? In this episode, I had on the amazingly talented magician, Joshua Jay. Joshua became inspired when he was young after his dad showed him a magic trick and has been practicing the art of magic ever since. Joshua tells us about his new book, Magic Mail and the other books he’s written dur…
 
As a creative there will likely come times when you pivot and try new things within your industry. That’s what Lynn Chen did when she decided to create her debut film, I Will Make You Mine which she wrote, produced, directed and starred in. Lynn is an actor that has been featured in television shows, films, audiobooks and video games. In this episo…
 
Greeting cards are such a powerful tool for connecting with loved ones. Especially during times like now where you might not be there to celebrate birthdays, holidays or big milestones in person. In this episode, I was joined by Shayna Norwood, founder of Steel Petal Press. Shayna and I talked about how her business has been doing during the pandem…
 
As an entrepreneur, it’s crucial to serve your customers. You should focus on creating value because this sends an important message to them about what you believe in. In this episode, I was joined by serial entrepreneur, CEO and co-founder of Wander Beauty, Divya Gugnani. Divya shares why they believe in serving rather than selling. She talks abou…
 
Being authentic is so powerful. No matter what you do or how you use your creativity, there’s so much strength in being authentically you. In this episode, I was joined by Krista Ripma, cofounder of Authentic Audience, a marketing agency that believes in honest marketing. Kristy shares some of the biggest misconceptions around marketing and what ma…
 
When it comes to being a creative, a lot of people can get caught up in the “rules of art”. That’s why I knew I had to bring on Kristy Rice, an entrepreneur and stationery designer who lives by the mantra of "forget rules, forget right, remember joy”. No matter where you are in your creative journey I think this is something we all need to learn or…
 
Are you leading the life that you dream of? So many people struggle to fully connect with and live out their life’s purpose. In this episode, I brought on Latham Thomas, author and doula who aims to improve the labor and delivery experience for mothers. Latham and I chat about learning to trust yourself for guidance toward your purpose (and support…
 
Something as simple as setting boundaries can have a profound impact on your life. It’s so true that boundaries help you to carve out time for yourself and your creative endeavors. In this episode, I was joined by Nancy Levin, a master coach and best selling author. Nancy and I talk about why so many people aren’t setting boundaries in their relati…
 
Even in these unprecedented times that we’re all collectively experiencing, there’s still an opportunity to find beauty in every moment. Today I brought on Audrey Woolen. Audrey is the founder and creative behind Urbanic Paper Boutique. In this episode, we talk about how she got started in the stationery industry and decided to start her business. …
 
Did you know that you have the capability to put your energy into positivity? That you have the capacity to cultivate a lens of optimism in your life? Today’s guest, Mathew Boudreaux is the creative behind Mister Domestic. Mathew has a great perspective on living your life for yourself and the power of incorporating gratitude into your everyday. In…
 
Are you giving and receiving the intimacy and love that you desire from your relationships? Today I had the chance to speak with Alexandra Stockwell. Alexandra is a relationship and intimacy expert and author of Uncompromising Intimacy. We talk about getting in tune with your desires and the physical and emotional hallmarks that go along with those…
 
In your life’s journey, it’s important to celebrate all of the successes you meet along the way. Big or small! That’s what today’s guests Heather Kirtland and Marissa Huber of Carve Out Time for Art talked about on this episode of the podcast. Heather and Marissa share the story of how they met and how this led to them writing a book together. The …
 
If you think about it, color is such a powerful resource with a remarkable impact. It has the ability to alter your thoughts, mood, and feelings. In this episode, I am joined by Natalie Keller Pariano. Natalie is a lettering artist, writer, and the founder of NatterDoodle. She opens up about her experience of becoming an accidental entrepreneur. We…
 
You will grow so much as a creative by stepping out of your comfort zone and doing the things that aren’t easy. In this episode, I was thrilled to have on a friend and fellow creative, Dianuh Aerin. Dianuh is an artist and the owner of Chasing Linen, a design studio specializing in watercolor and live art. We explore how Dianuh got into live art, t…
 
Life is about learning to adapt and let things go that no longer serve us. Today on the podcast I had on a friend, Lola Berry. Lola is someone who has mastered the art of letting go of what doesn’t serve her and being compassionate to herself in the process. She is a nutritionist, author, accredited yoga teacher, content creator, presenter, speaker…
 
I’m thrilled to bring on today’s guest, Sheila Morovati, founder of the Crayon Collection and Habits of Waste. Sheila’s two non-profit organizations help to bridge the gap of waste that our world produces from things like crayons, plastic cutlery and straws. In this episode, she details her journey of building both non-profits and some of the inspi…
 
Failures aren’t always a bad thing. There’s so much wisdom you can extract from a failure that I want to challenge you to start embracing failures and thinking of them as a tool for growth. Today’s guest on the podcast is actually someone who uses what she calls a “failure folder” as a tool to grow as a person and creative entrepreneur. In this epi…
 
Jelena Aleksich is the creator of the Confetti Project, a photography project that douses amazing humans in confetti while asking, “what do you celebrate in your life right now?” She is driven by connection and makes it a point to explore what each subject celebrates. The Confetti Project was started as a photography series but has also transformed…
 
I was so happy to speak with today’s guest, Katie Sabin. Katie is a maker who got started on her creative journey after having her twins and realizing she wanted to create something for herself. Today she shares how she got started with her Etsy shop and how her husband helped her come up with her business name, Just Add Sunshine. We discuss impost…
 
As 2020 is approaching, I thought today’s guest would be the perfect person to come on and chat about forming better habits that are aligned with who you want to become. I was joined by James Clear, author of Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones. James and I discuss why he first became obsessed with habits and t…
 
Cultivating genuine connections with those around her has been a key part of how Judith Martinez, founder and CEO of InHerShoes crafts a life that she loves. Today I had the honor of chatting with Judith about her non-profit organization and the work they do for young girls and women around the globe. We discuss having the confidence to go after yo…
 
We’re all so fortunate to be able to do work that is fun and creative every day. No matter who you are, how old you are or what stage of life you’re in - following your passions and what’s meaningful to you is always an option. Sometimes this means making big moves. Today I am joined by Alisha Cohen, a photographer, stylist and creative director wh…
 
Whether it’s in business or life, showing up for those around you has the power to make a long-lasting impact in ways that you couldn’t even imagine. Today’s guest, Nada Jones crafts a life she loves by showing up and staying rooted in what’s most important to her. Nada is an author and the founder of Liberty, an online membership community that su…
 
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