Here are some of my podcast features that I’ve enjoyed doing about mental health and being a creative! Feel free to binge them as much as your heart desires.
What to Do On Your Day Off for Your Mental Health with 15 Minutes On The Couch
On this episode with 15 Minutes On the Couch, host Amber Dee & I chat about some things you can do on your off day to bring peace, joy and comfort. In this conversation with Amber, founder of Black Female Therapists, we discuss why Black women find resting difficult and ways to deconstruct our relationship with capitalism and productivity. After listening to this episode, you’ll leave with new ideas to implement into your self-care routine.
In addition, if you’re looking to have a Black woman as your therapist, visit the Black Female Therapists site to potentially find your match.
How to Make Friends Online & Build Community with Creative Breakthrough
The host of Creative Breakthrough Podcast, Kosh, hit me up and knew it was time to have a talk about being an organic and authentic community through socials. In the age of social media we’re in now, no one wants to see the same things over and over, they want real connection. In this podcast episode, we talk about the value in showing up as yourself to create a defined audience.
After listening, you’ll more than likely want to jump out of your comfort zone as a creator and get serious about finding your people. While it’s on ongoing journey as you evolve, I hope you find the tools you need to navigate them.
Protecting Your Mental Health While Showing Up Consistently Online with Dream Big, Live Slow
On this episode of Dream Big, Live Slow, host Tia Curran sits down with me to dive into how to show up consistently online while still protecting your mental health. Just like a lot of other creators, I fell in the trap of creating what’s popular which left me feeling defeated and invaluable as a content creator. I share how to be vulnerable online by owning your story and making your own rules.
I also share how making the shift from creating for others to creating for myself helps me create from a place of authenticity. I now engage in the things I love vs. the things I feel like I “should” be doing. You’ll leave this episode with some preventative self care practices you can implement in your own social media/content creation journey. If you enjoy the written recap of the podcast, you can find it here.
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