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A pretty casual podcast for womxn that want to create, caffeinate, and chat about things that matter. Likely not in that order. Whatever floats your boat. Welcome! Im your host (who am I kidding - your friend) Stacey Rae, a digital designer, creative, and kinda geeky chick. I like to bring you topics that move you - from navigating the creative life, ambition, being a boss, intentional living, womanhood, and more. "Yeah, let's talk about that."
 
Because all revolutions begin as conversations between friends. Join digital pastor and soul coach Kevin Garcia for a conversation that actually matters. Covering the intersections of spirit, sexuality, gender, and justice, Kevin curates convos with the brightest and most incredible humans that you may or may not have heard of, with delicious takes on faith, sexuality, practice, and how we do this life together. Join us each week for another conversation to inspire your own tiny revolution.F ...
 
OTHERtone is a glimpse into the minds of our culture's unicorns, and how they think about life, art, and everything in between. Float in the stream of culture alongside Pharrell, Scott, and Fam-Lay as they link up with the most brilliant spirits from the worlds of music, tech, business, art, and fashion for conversations that are human, inspiring, unexpected… and fun. New episodes every Monday. Follow us at @othertone (https://www.instagram.com/othertone/)
 
Sew & So is a casual conversation with a special member of the sewist and quilting community. A casual conversation about how they got started, what inspires them and what excites them. Sew & So is brought to you by BERNINA - Made To Create.
 
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YO - What if podcasting wasnt *another* thing you just did to provide free content, but instead a living, breathing, part of your business strategy? Number 1 reason peeps tell me they haven't started their dream podcast? "I NEED TO FOCUS ON MAKING SALES NOT MORE CONTENT...." Listen up - podcasting can be so damn supportive for your profitability in…
 
As a former social worker with zero art experience, Kelly Rae picked up her first paintbrush at age 30 - that's when everything started to change. Although she had been collaging and card making at home after work, it was when she started adding painting to her cards and scrapbooking that Kelly’s passion ignited. She explains painting brought her w…
 
AYO! This is the first in a 3 part series on Podcasts, because *trust me* you need to stop sleeping on this if you have ever considered starting a podcast before. The time is ripe, the technology has never been easier, and the many people of the world are looking for the messages you have. AND like, don’t you just wanna make audio art? Stay tuned f…
 
*this episode is not for those under the age of 19 Okay fam, this one was a much requested episode after my journey into the amazon many moons ago. My experience of working with plants has been monumental in my life, however I wasnt really keen to share my experiences, until now. Right out of the gate Ill tell ya - this episode doesn’t go into spec…
 
Becky loves all aspects of quilting—from choosing the pattern to cutting the fabric, to stitching and piecing and mixing up patterns and colors. She also loves machine quilting—especially free motion quilting. Because she doesn’t have to follow a set pattern and can basically do whatever she wants, she feels that it enhances her ability to create a…
 
Welcome to my TED talk...jk- In this one I share an insight I've been playing with for a while. As someone who has often thought outside of the herd/box, I have had many unpopular opinions and understand the real heat that can come with that. With the current times I know many of us are battling with the discomforts of sharing different beliefs or …
 
Here's a tale of a podcaster, who ran out of things to say. Or should we simple say, got stuck in the quick sand of her fear and resistance, and needed a little nudge from a friend to get back to it. YUP, this tale is about me. Your host and also a podcast producer for other creatives, so let me dish out the advice I give my clients over and over a…
 
After hearing how the dedicated teachers at North Charleston High School created a Makerspace for their students, BERNINA and Craig Conover from Bravo TV, Southern Charm, and the owner of Sewing Down South, decided to outfit the space so that NCHS scholars could dream, create and pursue their passion. This story of creativity and hope began when Ms…
 
British by birth, Paul Ashworth is an avowed world traveler and has lived and worked in multiple countries. Bernina of America represents half of Bernina's business worldwide, and during his time there, he has successfully grown the business by over 65%. When asked what brought him to Bernina, he says, “…I guess you can say it’s luck.” He shares th…
 
Your friend and mine! Hillary McBride is back on the pod! She's sharing about her new book, the Wisdom of Your Body, and we both talk about how our bodies have healed, how she deals with chronic pain issues, what it is to love our bodies, and what's holding men back from experiencing the freedom in their bodies. It's YUM Follow @HillaryLMcBride and…
 
Ricky began designing and making quilts in 1991 and has been named one of the 30 most distinguished quilters in the world. He was selected by the readers of Quilters Newsletter Magazine as the most influential person in the quilting industry and was profiled on CBS Sunday Morning. Ricky is passionate about sharing his creative experience and enthus…
 
Luke Wilson is a dope ass human working towards his PhD and currently working towards a post doc on the queer oral history of America's largest Evangelical university, Liberty University. Today we talk about surviving conversion therapy, the shit that's been going down at Liberty recently, and the rise and fall of Jerry Fallwell Jr. Follow Luke on …
 
Leah’s passion for fashion began when she was a young girl. When she was in the fifth grade, her mother enrolled her in a summer sewing class. Leah loved it and begged her mom to enroll her in another class. Unfortunately, none were available, so her grandmother became her teacher. Her first major creations were three hand-sewn A-Line dresses for h…
 
What does a universalist have to say about the love of Christ for our fucked up world? A lot. Join me and my mama Jacqui Lewis. She is incredible. Follow her @RevJacquiLewis and get her book at JacquiLewis.com Get FIERCE LOVE everywhere TODAY, Nov. 9, 2021! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Multi-genre theologian, essayist, and bad ass, Candice Marie Benbow, joins to talk about her story, her faith, calling on ancestors at the same time we talk about Jesus, seeing signs in the birds, and her new book. Red Lip Theology, available for pre order now! Follow Candice @candicemariebenbow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/…
 
Deanna’s love for all things sewing began when she was a young girl when she was nurtured by her mom, her grandmothers, and 4H. She talks fondly of the many memories she has of growing up among sewists, including how, every Christmas Eve she and her three sisters would listen to the hum of the sewing machine from the other room, and awaken Christma…
 
Amanda Carita began her sewing adventures at age 5 on her grandmother’s hand-crank sewing machine, and although she prefers the modern technology of her BERNINA 850, she still has her grandmother’s machine. She talks about her those early years; her family’s history in textiles, and what it was like growing up with four generations of women in the …
 
Author, internet human, bad ass, and a friend o mine, Sarajane Case of @enneagramandcoffee joins me to share about her journey over pandemic, how her view of the enneagram has shifted since the start of her work, and what practices shes keeping to keep sane in these unprecedented times. Follow @sarajanecase and @enneagramandcoffee and pick up The H…
 
Born and raised in Gee’s Bend, Alabama, Mary Margaret is a third-generation quilter. She says that it didn’t matter if you were a boy or a girl: If your mother was a quilter you were going to learn how to quilt. What they did was a way of life and a necessity. They didn’t know what they were doing would be considered art. All that changed in the la…
 
As we begin our casual conversation with Lindsey and Stacey, we learn that Lindsey has four full-time jobs, which doesn’t leave much time for sewing. Lucky for her, Lindsey’s mom Stacey comes from a long line of sewists and has been an avid quilter since 1991. The two share a charming story about an heirloom quilt Stacey made Lindsay for her 30th b…
 
Dr. Tina is an author, psychotherapist, professor, speaker, and bad ass who has been talking about the damage of purity culture since 2006. her newest book, Shameless Parenting, tackles how to raise your kids without the shame you had growing up, and how to heal your own along the way. Find her on her website and follow on Instagram. Learn more abo…
 
What does healing look like for queer folk on the otherside of religious trauma? Today, Troy Moore-Heart of @ReligionShouldntHurt Instagram comes to talk about that project, and the hope he has for the future of our people. follow @ReligionShouldntHurt on insta. Applications for the Winter Cohort are open now! Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
From his dorm room to his mom’s garage to a storefront workshop at the Platform in Culver City, Tristan continues to pursue his passion, with surfing and travel as his inspiration. According to Tristan, “After an hour in the water, I get out and I’m ready to create.” Tristan launched STAN in 2019, and In March of 2020 Rowing Blazers wanted to add h…
 
Early in our conversation, Gail shares that after one class at the Manchester Sewing Machine Center in Connecticut, she was hooked. She describes it as being a transformative experience for her. “Honestly,” she says, “it was like someone pulled back a curtain on a whole new world.” She took the class right after buying a new mid-range machine that …
 
Today feels like a special one... do I say that every time? Welcome to a philosophical and soul enlivening chat with a beautiful mentor and coach of mine, Cammie Peterman. So... how was this one for you? Tell me about it: www.instagram.com/heystaceyrae Reach out to Cammie: www.cammiepeterman.ca/attuned the ol' gram: www.instagram.com/confessions_of…
 
Joél Leon is my twitter crush but also someone I highly respect. A story teller and healer, a poet and musician, and someone who make shit primarily for Black folks, I am so grateful to talk about what it is to really really heal. Beyond protesting. Beyond resisting. What does it look like to feel good? Enjoy the convo. Learn more about your ad cho…
 
In our casual conversation, Shelancia shares that her first-born, Elijah, is on the spectrum, and that much of her work since his birth has been trying to find ways to connect and create with children—especially those who are not within the standard deviation. Located in Houston, Texas, and Rochester, New York, Creativity Shell teaches classes in s…
 
Kristina started the “Auntie-Sewing Squad” as a way to connect with friends during the pandemic. Today it’s a national network with more than 800 volunteers doing their part to help vulnerable communities. Like Kristina, many members of the Sewing Aunties are of Asian descent, and their families’ involvement in the garment industry played a role in…
 
I fucking love Diana. With all my heart. She's incredible. She's luscious and has delicious language. In this convo we talk about her new book, we talk about our love of Jesus and how we move beyond and in our faith. it's good shit. Follow me and check out more of my work at @thekevingarcia and thekevingarcia.com Seattle Tickets Click Here Minneapo…
 
She had two deconstructions, that's how bad ass she is. Embodiment coach, former Miss Canada, and a bisexual biracial poly badass, Tara Teng joins the pod to talk about Embodiment as spiritual practice, deconstruction, faith, ya know, the usual delicious gems. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
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