Anuradha is, quite simply, brilliant. She is seriously multi talented, from biology to dance to history to Human Design - she just knows so much! I think it comes from being deeply curious about our world and about other people. She’s also one of the most kind people that I have ever met. Above all, Anuradha is a teacher and I have been so blessed to learn from her.Read More
Tara is a self care coach for women and a mom of two. She’s an entrepreneur and an inspiration to me, personally. Tara was the first person I met who took the idea of women taking care of themselves seriously enough to build an entire business around the concept. I will always be grateful that I met her when I did and for her friendship. There’s no one else I could think of for our Mother’s Day episode.Read More
Dru is one of the mamas I miss most from Charleston. She is that friend who is deeply beautiful inside and out and who, by seeing the beauty in you, helps you to see it in yourself. I adore her. Listen and you'll see why.
Drisana McDaniel is the mother of three incredible humans, a career makeup artist, and a co-founding member-owner of the Transformative Teaching Collective — where she facilitates intergroup dialogue around topics of racial and social justice for the purpose of healing.Read More
This week I’m talking to Saira Rao about politics, race, and change. Saira Rao is a racial justice activist, former congressional candidate, and co-founder of In This Together Media, Race2Dinner and Healing from Hate. Rao's upcoming memoir, BROKEN NEWS, will be published in Spring 2020.Read More