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What can happen when we bring together brave women and give them a space to tell their stories? Who listening will relate? We believe the world can be brighter because of their vulnerability, we believe this is step in the right direction of connecting women, bridging gaps and rebuilding something possibly forgotten. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
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A journey through... {48}

A journey through... {48}

2019-08-1400:33:32

In this episode, Misty sits down to chat with Casey Moore. Casey, a student at Savannah College of Art & Design, shares about her journey with an eating disorder, and her process to heal and learn to intuitively listen to her body. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
I like big books... {47}

I like big books... {47}

2019-07-3100:44:04

Jennie Weekley, of the Weekley Connection came on the show to chat all things fiction! While Misty was melting, neck deep in Pennsylvania humidity, Jennie was joining in from the beach! What a fun episode! Among the many things talked about, here are a few links:  - Charles Martin - Katherine Reay - The Welcoming Committee of Butternut Creek - The Perfume Collector- Green Gables Fables--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
October 1, 2017... {46}

October 1, 2017... {46}

2019-07-2300:50:00

On October 1, 2017 Brie went with her mother, aunt and friend to the Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas Nevada. A fun girl's trip experience, for these ladies, no one was prepared for the horror that would take over as a shooter unleashed hell upon the crowds at this country music festival. Brie bravely shares her story as she recounts normal leading up to those moments, when everything changed, and her journey with PTSD since... A story not to be missed... Other things to note: Moms Demand ActionEverytown Kansas Shooting --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
Our guest, in todays episode is the heart and creator behind The Lemonade Movement, a platform for community, education, workshops, and individual and group-based coaching that helps women transform life’s lemons (emotional trauma, anxiety, and fear) into confidence and power to cultivate an empowered recipe to make their best lemonade beyond trauma! Other links and resources, from the episode: Brene BrownTed Talk: Dr. Mykee Fowlin - "Invite others in to share your lemonade." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
Pro-love... {43}

Pro-love... {43}

2019-07-1000:56:53

Maggie & Misty sit down with Emily Heiden. Emily is a PHD student, as well as a well published essayist. During this current climate in our culture, Emily's story is one (among so many) that we need to hear. Emily bravely shares her story of abortion, and while we respect that this is a sensitive topic (on both sides), these stories are ones we NEED to intentionally listen to. Emily bravely shares her journey and touched both of our hosts very deeply. Whether we find ourselves on the pro-life or pro-choice side of this debate, it is VITAL that we acknowledge these are living/breathing human beings who are dealing with really hard things, and they deserve compassion, empathy and for our a chance to be heard. This topic causes so much reaction, while while those caught in the middle often end up being overlooked. We can be better, we can love better... Show links: Emily on Twitter Her referenced Seattle Times article. Here is an excerpt from her memoir, featured at the Santa Fe Writer's Project.Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert May Cause Love by Kassi UnderwoodPoor Your Soul by Mira PtacinNana Upstairs, Nana Downstairs by Tomie dePaola#Youknowme and why this trending topic exists Post Abortion Support Resources CDC Unbiased Abortion Statistics--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
Hello, Sunshine... {42}

Hello, Sunshine... {42}

2019-07-0300:49:33

Here we are, in episode 42, and it is JUST IN TIME for summer! Marion and Misty sit down to chat with @Melanomawarriorwoman about her cancer journey... We chat all sorts of things, from therapy animals, real self care, truth about sunscreens, Braf mutation, Showtime's The Big C, the Alkaline Diet, and so much more! She is transparent about her journey, and made such a great guest (even if she felt she was struggling with chemo brain. It did not show!) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
This is Forty... {40}

This is Forty... {40}

2019-06-2600:43:46

When I first became aware of my social media connection with my guest, Ritu Bhathal, we had a little exchange about being over forty and still being more than capable of chasing, and conquering, our goals. Out of that conversation stemmed the idea for a Podcast episode about this. Let's face it, ladies, we live in a world where the ideas fed to us about the age of 40 are not gentle or kind... What I didn't expect was the details between Ritu beginning to chase her dream to write, and the tragedy, heartbreak, struggle and life that would happen within the years leading to where she is today. Her perspective on age also comes from a place different than my standard, Americanized one, because not only is she from another country, but she lives within an ethnic culture that adds its own complications and pressures. I am so grateful I get to share my new friend Ritu with you! She is an author, poet, teacher, wife, mother and absolutely amazing! Beyond this podcast, you can find Ritu around the world wide web by visiting her blog, website, Instagram, and of course, twitter. Her book, Poetic RITUals Other things referenced in this episode include: Gail Honeyman, author of Eleanor Olyphant is Completely FineJames Charles YouTube channel --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
This episode is one of three summer bonus episodes, where we chat books! In this, our first episode of the summer series, Misty sits down with author K.J. Backer. The two started a conversation about Rachel Hollis' Girl Stop Apologizing one day, and decided to turn it into an episode. In addition the the talks of Rachel Hollis' various works, they chat about dreams, hard work and making things happen... Important stuff: K.J. Backer's Website. Nav'Aria: The Marked Heir by K.J. BackerGirl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel HollisGirl, Wash your Face by Rachel Hollis Party Girl (book 1, of the Girls series) by Rachel Hollis --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
Sometimes we will just gather a few bright ladies together and chat about something timely and relevant. In this particular episode, just in time for summer, we are discussing true body positivity, what it is, why it matters and what we can do to help... Other points of reference, mentioned in this episode are: Nike MannequinsThe F*ck It DietShrill --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
Light and love... {38}

Light and love... {38}

2019-06-1200:45:58

Some people miss the point of optimism and are just too giddy. We've all met them. In today's show, our guest is one of the most sincerely positive people I have ever encountered! Alongside my co-host Maggie, we got to chat with Megan Moulton. Not only is her positivity infectious, it is truly inspiring as she is HIV positive. Come get to know Megan, hear her story and learn some interesting facts along the way. (Of which I'll admit, HIV is a topic I knew very little actual facts about.) Megan's instagram HIV (CDC) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rainydaycollective/support
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