Who's the baddest Witch in history? Maybe the Night Witches! Tracy Wilson of Stuff You Missed In History Class podcast joins us to discuss the soviet women fighter pilots, dubbed "The Night Witches." Digressions include dream logic, the challenges of standard history classes, and the systemic issue of women war heroes being excluded from history and celebration due to their gender and/or race. Also, Space Witch costumes and why you may NOT want to do Magick on this New Moon. A listener is new to Witchcraft but is struggling to find their unique Magickal gifts. What should they do to find them? On Patreon: Take the poll! What herbs should Hilary plant? Support the podcast: Show notes and audio transcript at thatwitchlife.comSupport the podcast: patreon.com/thatwitchlife ko-fi.com/thatwitchlifepodcast etsy.com/shop/thatwitchlifepodcast Full list of sponsors at: https://thatwitchlife.com/sponsors/ To receive 15% off your first purchase of teas, tinctures, or a Full Moon Zine subscription, go to foxandelder.com and enter code “thatwitchlife” at check-out.Pre-order your copy of Lights, Camera, Witchcraft today at www.llewellyn.com! Save 20% now with coupon code LIGHTS20. Coupon valid through 6/30/21; not valid in conjunction with other discounts or previously placed orders.
We're joined by our friend and Rock & Roll lifer, Tracy Wilson, to discuss her fantastic bands, Dahlia Seed and Positive No. Crucial matters discussed include: growing up in the same neighborhood where Richard Nixon and Andrew Dice Clay lived; her path to becoming a lifelong musician; playing shows with Archers of Loaf, Avail, Built to Spill, and... uh, Everclear; cautionary tales about almost getting signed in the 90's; the effect of the pandemic on her life and art; her new ventures, Turntable Report and Courtesy Desk; and much more.
Episode 36: Finding Joy in Injustice: Interview with Tracy Wilson
Finding Your Village
Today to kick off the new year I have a really special episode for you. This week I am doing a podcast swap with Tracy Wilson of The Melanated Mom Podcast. This episode will be airing here on Finding Your Village and later this week on her show The Melanated Mom Podcast.I had a great conversation with Tracy about hard topics. We talked about social injustice, the Super Hero complex that many of us moms get lost in, we discussed race and white privilege and the thread that took us through it all was the idea of finding joy in the midst of injustice. While that is very difficult to do and takes a brave and vulnerable person to do, it is really important, especially now and for parents to model for their kids. I think this conversation is a really important one to start the year off with and I am so grateful and honored to have had this conversation with Tracy. Thank you so much for listening!In this episode, we discuss: The importance of making time for yourself as a momSuper Hero SyndromeRace and white privilegeTracy shared a personal experience that she had within her neighborhoodAnti-racism resourcesWe also recommend following Ebony Janice on Instagram to find out more about sustaining joy in anti-racism work. She is @ebonyjaniceHow we metThrough Lisa Sharon Harper’s Instagram Live videoWe both found her by watching a conversation that she had with Jen Hatmaker, which we both highly recommend that everyone watch: White Women’s Toxic TearsThe importance of cultivating self compassionJoy for us has been created through: making connections, letting go of guilt, letting go of the Super Hero Syndrome and cultivating self compassionI shared my biggest lesson in my quest for knowledge and understanding of racial reconciliation: accepting the need to listen to difficult stories from the past and getting comfortable with our horrific and really uncomfortable historyOne resource that really helped me on my journey is reading Be The Bridge by Latasha Morrison and then joining a Be The Bridge GroupThe importance of talking to our kids about the history of racism in this country To truly experience joy, we have to let go of our “safe space” and get vulnerableHow to connect with Tracy:Instagram: @melanatedmompodcastWebsite: https://melanatedmom.com/How to connect with me: Instagram: @findingyourvillageWebsite: www.findingyourvillagepod.comEmail: email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/findingyourvillagepod?fan_landing=true)
347: Dr. Tracy Wilson | Post Covid Crisis Recovery and Practice Growth
The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn
Weekly conversations with Chiropractors that have experienced both the highs and lows of practice and life, what they have learned and applied from these struggles and challenges, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to new heights.
The 5 Reasons Businesses Fail - With Guest, Tracy Wilson
Michael and Kathryn interview business coach and entrepreneur, Tracy Wilson, about the challenges business owners need to overcome in order to achieve success. Tracy shares the lessons she learned while building her own business and talks about what leaders can do get back on the right track. If you feel like your business is teetering on the edge, get helpful tips and clarity by giving this episode a listen.
In this episode we talk about the: The foundation of parent and child relationship Wilson’s helpful approaches and strategies Process for dads based on foundational principles. What exactly does Dr. Wilson educate Dads with Where should parents focus Dr. Wilson's fear with raising daughters Summary: In this episode, we talk about parenthood with Dr. Tracy Wilson, an Author, Dad, Chiropractor, Speaker, Educator, Founder of The Dad Forge Podcast. Discover Wilson’s helpful approaches and strategies that will open your eyes to a new perspective and heartwarming inspiration of being a great DAD. Joining the parent club can really feel like riding in a fast upside-down roller coaster alone, no manual on how to maneuver things but no one knows better than Wilson himself who formed a process for dads based on foundational principles. Quotes: “Rules without relationship equals rebellion " “If you just have rules with your kids, and there's not that relationship, they'll just rebel ” “Relationship is so much more important than anything else ” “If you tell your kids, I love you and I love you unconditionally, in the teenage years, they'll test that they’ll find out. Now do something...that’s one of those things that we discovered. ”
MMP Ep 164: Tracy Wilson of The Melanated Mom Podcast
The Modern Mamas Podcast
In this episode, Jess sits down with Tracy Wilson, the host of the Melanated Mom Podcast to talk about the concepts of anti-racism, allyship, and how we can begin to change the world in our hearts and homes, starting with our children. This is a hard and necessary conversation that just begins to scratch the surface of how we live with unconscious bias, how we can participate in overt and cover racism, and what it's like to be a Black mother in the world today. This was one of the most important topics we've ever covered on the podcast, and we would be honored if you tuned in to hear Tracy's wise and truthful words. Find Tracy on IG @melanatedmompodcast The Melanted Mom Podcast Support Tracy's work through: Patreon Venmo @tracy-wilson-11 Cashapp ($geeweezy707) Thank you to our Sponsors! Shop 15% off Beekeeper's Naturals products with code: modernmamas Shop 15% off Four Sigmatic products with code: modernmamas Shop 10% off Vital Choice Seafood and Organics with code: modernmamas Shop $15 off your first order at Public Goods with code: modernmamas Connect with us on Instagram at @modernmamaspodcast--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-modern-mamas-podcast/support