Art, creativity, spirituality, fulfilment — they’re all interconnected. Join Aileen and entrepreneur and creator, Kristina Bazan, as they delve into the realm of the spirit and the self to discuss how our relationship with our own energies can influence ourselves internally, the work that we put out, and the world around us.
Have you ever wondered why you do what you do and struggle with certain weaknesses? The Enneagram is a powerful tool that can help you understand the underlying motivations behind your behavior, as well as your unique strengths and weaknesses. In this episode, Aileen sits down with Sarajane Case to explore the fascinating world of the Enneagram, discussing the nine different Enneagram types, their key motivations, and what each type can do to grow and thrive. They also delve into the important topic of self-love and how the Enneagram can help us cultivate a deeper sense of compassion and acceptance towards ourselves. Tune in for an enlightening conversation that will help you unlock your full potential and live your best life!
Trauma lives in the body. As such, a body-based healing modality like Art therapy is an incredible resource to heal deeper traumas. Art helps us reconnect with our intuition and subconscious. Amelia Hutchison empowers us to trust ourselves and find ways to nurture our life force of creativity. We are all artists. Whether it’s Excel spreadsheets, embroidery, or even parenting, creativity is different for everyone! Find ways to water those parts of your life, and allow yourself the freedom to create.
What's the disconnect in your life right now? When does anxiety seem to creep up on you? Meera Lee Patel is returning to the show to share her insights on quieting your anxiety, coping with big changes in your life and the world, and cultivating a sense of inner calm despite it all.
“So, what do you do?” A simple question that everyone asks, but so many of us don't feel confident answering – especially if you're a creative. Emily Capshaw does it all (acting, writing, filmmaking, and more) and she can assure you: It's okay to not be defined by a single identity.
What's that story deep down inside of you that needs to be put out into the world? What experiences have you had that need to be shared? Today we're talking about staying authentic to yourself, creative struggles, and telling stories through film.
Today I have a dear friend on the podcast: Karen Rosalie! Karen is a photographer and founder of Rosalie Agency, creating campaigns for beauty brands like Summer Fridays, Kopari Beauty, and Living Proof.
Today's episode is a treat if you've seen design for businesses like Fenty Beauty or Colourpop, or content creators like Jenn Im or LaurDIY. We have graphic designer Dawn Lee on the show, who has worked with all of those brands and much more, through her boutique design and art studio DLD.studio.
Today's episode is a fun treat for creatives, lost post-grads, and anyone feeling ‘stuck' in their path. We have on experimental audio-visual artist and full-time web developer Nomi, creator at “Piquetures” on YouTube. We talked about how Nomi works creative projects for 2-3 hours per day, why it's okay to take a gap year if you're feeling lost, and the power of collaborating with other creatives.
“Work hard and be nice to people.” This simple advice was given to artist and YouTuber Amanda Lee, and it has taken her farther than she could have ever imagined. Amanda started her channel as a high school freshman and six years later, she has grown to over 1 million subscribers who love her creative videos on doodling, journaling, and calligraphy.