We wanted to bring this whole journey full circle by coming together again to chat about everything and nothing. I love sitting with these two and this time we are talking about christmas, our traditions and new year resolutions. But we also chat about refried dumplings, horseback riding and vision boarding!!! Say what??? lol. Welcome to our crazy, random world. Hope you all have a VERY MERRY Christmas and enjoy the best of the season.
This week, I am joined by Dr. Kimani Borland. She is a licensed naturopathic doctor who gracefully fuses the global healing arts & philosophies with science and conventional medical care. We talk about her journey into Naturopathic Medicine, what it is and who it is for.
I have been a multi-potentialite for as long as I can remember. It was only recently though, that I heard the terms "Multi-Passionate" and "Multi-Potentialite. As soon as I heard it, a lightbulb went off and I immediately felt soooooo seen. This week, I'm talking to a fellow "MP" (Multi-passionate/potentialite) he's a Doctor/Artiste/Podcaster/Tv Presenter and the list goes on. We have a candid conversation about what it looks like living that "hummingbird" life.
On today's episode, I am speaking with Stefanie Belvnavis, LMHC, R-DMT.
Stefanie wears many hats as a Jamaican-born Dancer, Independent Artist, Disabilities Advocate, Dance Movement Therapist/Consultant, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Clinician and Creative Arts Therapist. We take a deep dive into the parent/child relationship, how we can break generational parenting cycles and develop healthy relationships with our children that will help them to be all they can be and thrive in...
This week's episode is really light and easy. It's kind of a mash up of the week, how I'm managing Christmas preparations, is thanksgiving a thing in Jamaica? my top 5 purchases, what are my favorite songs right now? etc... as well as a rapid fire Q&A at the end. I have so many great episodes lined up for you so stay tuned. Don't forget to rate, review, subscribe and share this podcast. For a daily peek into my world, follow me on Instagram @tamichinmitchell
I am excited to have Alina Apostol, a psychologist and professional astrologer, on the podcast this week.
We take a deeper look into astrology; what it is, how it was born and how we can use it to help navigate our lives. We also talk about what is isn't. It is NOT a cult or a religion or witch craft or fortune telling and we hope to lift some of the stigmas around this beautiful ancient "language."
Jonno and I are back for an episode of random ramblings!!! I'm not sure how else to explain it except that we cover everything from me grieving my music career to wether or not we would survive a zombie apocalypse. Yeah, pretty much how most of our conversations go. Hope you enjoy this easy vibe and please share, subscribe, rate and review this podcast!!!
"I Know Why You're Single,Sis! A conversational quick read that can change your life, this book challenges women to literally check off the common sayings they believe, that might just be keeping them single. Sayings like "All Men are Dogs," Nadia Stanley asks back "Does that then mean all women are B*^$es?"
I’m so excited to be bringing this very highly requested episode to you. Regina and I have been Co-parenting Gio (Regina and Wayne’s son who is now 14yrs) for many years. In this episode, we talk a little bit about what we’ve done, why we think it’s works and how much it has benefited us both. "No Mix Up, Just Blended" was born out of our many conversations and it’s how we truly strive to live our lives.
I'm so happy to be back with this very highly requested episode. I took a break right before I had my 3rd son Oz, an I thought it may be the perfect place to pick back up. As always, hope you enjoy this episode. Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review. Also, feel free to screenshot this episode and post it to your Instagram stories so I can repost and spread the love. Thanks for tuning in.
Today's guest is Dr. Chrisann Simpson Harley. She is a Gynecologist, Entrepreneur who created an entire line of sanitary products (Woman's Touch and Mother's Embrace) and a woman on a mission. Not to mention, she is also an incredible wife and mother. In this episode, we talk about her journey to her profession, her passion to create a product that worked for Caribbean women and how she is using that passion to fuel her ultimate goal, to improve the lives of Teen Moms and Pregnant Teens .
This might be my most personal episode yet. I am talking about my shadows or as my guest likes to call them, my "gremlins" and telling my story about a very limiting mindset I have as it pertains to money and lack. My guest this week is Stacey Hines and talking to her was transformative for me and I know it will be for you too.
With my second child, I had a Doula present and she offered me incredible support so I wanted to shine some light on what these amazing women do, their role in the birthing process and how they're helping women to take back their power in their pregnancy, birth/delivery and beyond.
It’s JUNE! Which means we are halfway through the year. I know that this time of year can trigger some real feelings of inadequacy and disappointment and a general sense of WTF AM I DOING WITH MY LIFE??? So, I decided to do a solo episode today to talk about how I cope with this Mid-Year Meltdown and just some general encouragement to hopefully guide you along.
Yes, its my birthday and my gift to you is this hilarious, honest, candid chat with my husband Wayne. We did a "Couple's Quiz" to see how well we know each other and sprinkled in between the questions and answers is the essence of who Wayne and I are.
I'm so excited to be joined by my dear friend Sarah (Serzi). She's recently had her first child and only a few weeks into her motherhood journey, she mentioned to me that we should do an episode about the first 6 weeks of being of a mommy. I feel like I'd forgotten a lot about that time so it was nice to discuss the feelings that may come up. We talk about her journey to motherhood, her experience with loss, her birth story and so much more.
Pregnancies and Births are all so unique and we really need to do a better job at celebrating however our babies come through us. I hope that if you identify with my birth story that you will feel free in sharing your own story with someone else. If we can all share our stories without judgment we can truly create a space of safety and support that we all need as mommies (and daddies).
This is a very candid conversation between my mom and I. IT IS NOT A PERFECT RECORDING but I feel like we still covered so many great topics. We speak a lot about parenting, marriage, losing yourself and regrets amongst other things.
This is a little bit about my experience with my first pregnancy and birth story (what I can remember :-)) and I hope you find it interesting, insightful, entertaining and at the very least, I hope it encourages you to be a little kinder and supportive to the women around you who have gone through this life changing experience of becoming a mommy. Now, if you can't manage words like nipples and vaginas...this might not be the episode for you :-)