143 - Get the Coins & Love You Deserve with Kelly Augustine
The Boonie Breakdown
In this episode, Boonie is joined by Kelly Augustine - lifestyle and fashion blogger. A truly responsible and ratchet conversation - we chat about unfair treatment black influencers face dealing with brands and how some brands responded to the amplification of the Black Lives Matter movement. We close out the conversation chatting about dating, sex and Kelly shares if she would ever get married again?! Follow Kelly here: Instagram: @kellyaugustineb Website: http://www.kellyaugustine.com/ Support for today’s episode comes from Zen in a Jar - a minority woman-owned company that offers products that create luxury, self-indulgent care experiences for the mind, body and space, at an affordable price. Visit their website: www.zeninajar.com The hashtag for the podcast #TheBoonieBreakdown. Share with others using the hashtag #PodIn. Have something to say? You can ask your questions, send comments via email to email@example.com or submit here: www.thebooniebreakdown.com/contact/. Follow The Boonie Breakdown on Social Media: IG: @TheBoonieBreakdown Twitter: @BoonieBreakdown Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheBoonieBreakdown
Ep. 47: Mind Ya Damn Business!! ft. Kelly Augustine B.
Man Crush Mondays, The Podcast
We're kicking off Women's History Month strong with self-made CEO, marketing expert, boutique owner, and digital creator, Kelly Augustine B.!! This week, Kelly and the Crew discuss why everyone wants to toss their two cents in about Dwyane Wade and his "new" daughter Zaya, debate whether or not Lizzo is actually 100% that b*tch, then talk about what it takes to build your personal brand, the nuances of self-managing and self-marketing, and the fine art of influence. This week’s signature cocktail is a red sangria called “Sweet Success.” Make your own your way at home, and sip along with us! Don’t forget to sign up for our Patreon for subscribers-only perks and prizes! Patreon.com/mancrushmondays Subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch us in action! Man Crush Mondays: The Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Wm_248b2MbAFPalj-kLFQ--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themcmpod/message
Episode 57 - Isasa, Susto, Rod Melancon, Dashdown, David Quinn, The Skylarks LA, Kelly Augustine, Ruston Kelly, Katey Brooks, Chris Shiflett
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
Low-energy vibes but high-quality tunes! Deprogram yourself and kick back with Von and Rachel! Von’s band heavyheavy -- 4/19, Badass Cafe, Bradenton, FL Rachel’s Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/artemathebeast/artema-the-beast Music in this episode: Isasa - “Conversaciones en un supermercado” (Insilio) Susto - “Livin’ In America” (Ever Since I Lost My Mind) Rod Melancon -- “Westgate” (Pinkville) Dashdown - “Blood Moon” (3 From Me EP) David Quinn -- “Wanderin’ Fool” (Wanderin’ Fool) The Skylarks LA - “Deeper Sleep” (The Skylarks LA) Kelly Augustine -- “Thunder on the Mountain” (Light in the Lowlands) Ruston Kelly - “Mockingbird” (Dying Star) Katey Brooks -- “Never Gonna Let Her Go” (Single) Chris Shiflett - “This Ol’ World” (Hard Lessons) Rachel wrote a comic! Check it out here! Send us music via SubmitHub. Send us money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Contact Von via linktr.ee/vonreviews and say hi to Rachel on Twitter @adobeteardrops
Body Love NOW! Why loving your body matters more than ever with Kelly Augustine
Healthy At Any Size
Kelly Augustine is one of the leading voices in the body positivity and plus size fashion conversation right now. Recently, she was featured in a national television & print #thenewskinny campaign for Lane Bryant, which only solidifies her rank as one of the most influential bloggers in this community! In this episode, Kelly and I discuss the importance of us using our voices as women, particularly with all the political turmoil we’ve experienced as a nation this past summer. Kelly is very outspoken, and does a great job voicing her opinion while keeping her message and overall presence positive, empowering, and inclusive. The conversation about our bodies, and how we as women should be treated in the world, is more important now than ever before. Kelly shares how she’s navigating the conversation, the importance of choosing your words wisely on social media, and where she’s finding inspiration and positivity these days. We also cover the increasingly blurred lines between models slash bloggers, her making the leap to freelancing, and why more brands need to start featuring visibly plus size women in their campaigns. And Kelly shares all her go-to resources for information, fashion, beauty, and inspiration! There’s so much to learn from Kelly that we as women can all apply to our everyday lives. Key takeaways: Kelly’s recent Lane Bryant #thenewskinny campaign and her success as a plus size fashion blogger How the political turmoil of the summer has impacted the conversation we’re having about our bodies as women What influencers like Kelly are doing to infuse more positivity into the world during heartbreaking world events The importance of using our voice as individuals to comment on troubling world events Choosing our words carefully when it comes to the content that we put out into the world Being over 30 in the modeling industry, and the increasingly blurred lines between being a blogger / influencer and a model Why more brands should be featuring more body diversity, and showcasing visibly plus size women, in their campaigns Kelly’s go-to brands for information, fashion, beauty, and inspiration The importance of protecting our sanity in this age of information overload Mentioned in this episode: Kelly’s Lane Bryant #thenewskinny campaign Vice’s coverage of the Charlottesville tragedy Models slash influencers Alex LaRosa, Candice Huffine, Ashley Graham, Philomena Kwao Eloquii’s extended sizing lookbooks, the launch of Preme, Asos’s representation of visibly plus size models, and Glossier’s range of skin tones Kelly’s “go-to” brands for information, fashion, beauty, and inspiration: Elvi, NYDJ, Asos, Fashion to Figure, Refinery29, Glossier Share the Body Love! Share what you learned here via Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or Twitter ￼ ￼Subscribe on iTunes and leave a review. I love hearing what you have to say! Post your own experiences, thoughts, and feedback to social media using the hashtag #healthyatanysize!
Gwynnie Bee is the Netflix for plus size clothes. It's a plussize clothing subscription I've been a member of for two years.This episode I talk to Kelly Augustine about the how the backend of Gwynnie Bee works, what it takes to be aninfluencer and first fit reviewer.
Episode 17: The Business of Blogging (with Kelly Augustine)
Fashionista Kelly Augustine stops by the studio for a lively discussion on how she grew her fashion blog to an engaged community of over 50,000 strong. We talk influencers, working with brands and tips for monetizing your passion. Plus, the apps we can't live without and the people we can. Links + resources: joblogues.com/linksSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.