Carrie and Lanna talk about knitting, fiber, and Ravelry. Carrie explains what a Child Play Therapist does, talks about her spirituality and she geeks out about fiber. And she answers 10 questions.
Carrie Barraco is an avid fiberista–the indie dyer behind Cosmic Fibers Yarn, a Knitter, crocheter, weaver, spinner and sewist. An initiated Witch in the Third Road branch of F(a)eri(e) tradition, she is heavily influenced by Tibetan Buddhism and Faery Seership practices. She is a Child-Centered Play Therapist and Mental Health Counselor by profession and passion.
Here is where you can find Carrie online.
Orion and Lanna discuss spirituality, plugging into the source, inner peace and 4 things that damage ones soul. Orion talks about Southern Appalachian root doctoring, just what conjuring means, his former career in public policy, and his thirst for enlightenment. And he answers 10 questions.
Orion Foxwoodis an author, traditional witch, Faery Seer, and conjurer in the Southern Folk tradition. He lectures extensively on magical practices and spiritual development. He holds a masters degree in Human Services. In his previous career in public health programming and policy he strove to be an agent of change in well-being and giving voice to the voiceless. He is a dedicated teacher and author. Founding Elder of Foxwood Temple of the Old Religion, Co-Founder of House of Brigh Institute for Faery Seership, Co-Founder/ (National) Alliance of the Old Religion, and author of:
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LannaLee goes down the rabbit hole with Julie Woods as they discuss Urban Shamanism, spirituality, Facebook pokes, feeding the world and World Domination by love. Julie tells everyone how awesome Lanna is and asserts that she wants to make a better world because "I say so." And she answers 10 questions.
This week's guest is the incomparable Julie Woods; singer, songwriter and Urban Bliss Shaman™. She's “a street wolf with a Harvard degree who bridges seculospiritual worlds,” the Communications Director at FMG Network, and The Brain Shaman at Rah Rah life, and the founder of Fans with Cans. Julie is a marketing therapist to rising stars.
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LannaLee and Shay talk about Shay's work with Joyful Biddeford, non-profits, writing, spirituality, mommy bloggers and how much information is too much to share. Shay calls Dooce "The Godmother of Mommy Bloggers." And she answers 10 questions.
Our guest this week is award-winning blogger, columnist, and non-profit goddess Shay Stewart-Bouley. Her blog, Black Girl in Maine, was named to Babble’s Top 100 Mom Bloggers of 2011. Also in 2011, she won a New England Press Association award for her writing on diversity issues at her monthly column at the Portland Phoenix, entitled Diverse-City. In the non-profit sector, Shay is the executive director of the Biddeford’s Joyful Harvest Neighborhood Center.
Here is where you can find Shay online.
LannaLee and Alex Steed talk about FoodComa.tv, Kickstarter, Facebook/Are you really my friend?, and Twitter. Alex lets Lanna know just what a Community Digital Specialist is. And he answers 10 questions. Lounging with LannaLee inaugural episode.
Alex Steed is a Writer, Organizer, Thinker, and Marketer. He the Producer of the web series FoodComaTV, a Maine and New England based Web Series that reports "on the oft-overlooked food culture of Maine that exists outside of Portland's city limits". He also works as a Community & Digital Communications Specialist at Opportunity Maine.
Wonder where can you find Alex online? Well, wonder no longer!