Her Soulful Series Video Chats are aptly named as she draws out the insights, inspiration, and positive takeaways for readers.”
Thank you for filling that gap, and for building this platform for our voices.”
It was one of my favorite interviews as an author.
Michelle Mansfield, author of The Honest Mom Project, shares her honest thoughts on motherhood.
Have you ever asked yourself this, “Am I a terrible mother?” If you’re a new mom, maybe you’ve found yourself thinking this. Maybe you’ve had a hard time adjusting to motherhood. Or maybe you feel like you’re drowning in persistent, recurring nightmares/fantasies where you flee your home into the night and never come back. And maybe you feel like everyone is always talking about how blissful motherhood is and sending you off with a pat on the back because, as a new mom, you’re supposed to be healthy and happy and glowing. But what if that’s just…not true? If you’ve ever questioned your role in life as a mother, or had regrets about becoming a mother, or just fell apart when you became a mother, seemingly overnight; if you resent that your partner seems to be living their normal life while you mourn the dramatic change to the abnormal in yours, or if you’re frustrated at how the dynamics for all of your friendships have shifted, or if social media communities constantly make you the most insecure you’ve ever felt, or if you are just so bored out of your mind all the damn time… Then The Honest Mom Project is for you.
Cynthia James talks about her memoir Does My Voice Matter? and gives incredible advice to manifest your dreams.
Cynthia has led a fascinating, vibrant life and accomplished so much. Here are some of her amazing achievements: Miss Minnesota USA 1973, Hollywood actress, Star Search Winner, singer, bestselling author, and transformational coach.
Cynthia James is a transformational specialist and the author of three award-winning and bestselling books—What Will Set You Free, Revealing Your Extraordinary Essence, and I Choose Me (a #1 Amazon Bestseller in three categories). She is a sought-after radio guest and the host of the podcast Women Awakening. She has completed two master’s degree programs, one in consciousness studies and the other in spiritual psychology. An ordained licensed minister, she is a frequent presenter and workshop facilitator at spiritual centers around the world who also leads pilgrimages to sacred sites. She is a featured presenter with the Shift Network and Humanities Team summits, two of the largest and most successful providers of virtual courses, online workshops, and tele-seminar events taught by experts in the areas of spirituality and personal growth. Cynthia and her husband, renowned photographer and author, Carl Studna, co-facilitate leadership courses at their studio/retreat center in Colorado.
Alisha Fernandez Miranda
In this fun chat, Alisha Fernandez Miranda, author of My What If Year, talks about the year she paused her executive position to take on a series of internships in theater, fitness, art, and hospitality. This courageous journey allowed her to explore the question, “What if?” and follow the roads untraveled. Alisha reminds us that it is never too late to take a chance on yourself!
Magic, miracles, travel, and romance — oh my! In this episode, Renee Linnell, author of Still on Fire sits down with me to share her journey since her previous memoir, The Burn Zone. Walking us through what she learned about herself through romantic partners, opt-outs, near-death experiences, and travel, she shares how she learned to find herself and follow the signs of the Universe to live her best life!
In this episode, I speak with author of Plus-Size: A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia, and Social Change, Mekdela. This real conversation gets down to the nuts and bolts of the structure of society, recognizing all systems of oppression, and the role each of us individually have in questioning everything. Mekdela inspires us with new thoughts on media literacy and capitalism, and their linkage.
If you’re looking to connect with your inner wisdom, then you’ll be inspired by this conversation with writer, Stanford graduate and former non-profit director, Elizabeth Gould. It is Elizabeth’s joy to help women and girls understand and appreciate the intelligence of the female body, and how it connects us to the cycles of the natural world. In this episode, she talks about her two decades of experience as a mother, teacher, and menstrual advocate and how this led to her book, The Well of Truth, which incorporates her love of art, travel, mythology, goddess traditions, trees, storytelling, and the moon.