It’s the final episode of season 2! Wowee that came quickly! In this episode we review our chat with business queen Emily McKay, including her path to success and that topic that we can never escape- the media (both traditional and social). But we can’t have this conversation alone, so we welcome to the microphone internet superstar, writer, speaker and appearance activist Carly Findlay. Carly runs us through her history of internet connection and we chat about our highs and lows of social media engagement. Carly is absolutely stacks of fun! We hope you enjoy this chat as much as we did! You can follow Carly at @carlyfindlay and find out where to purchase her book at https://carlyfindlay.com.au/sayhello/ . Pease come visit us at www.thesignificantotherspodcast.com or join us for a chat on Instagram: @thesignificantotherspodcast
E206 - APRIL BOOK - Growing Up Disabled in Australia by Carly Findlay w/Jo
This crown is on fire
This week we welcome back our friend Jo for our April BOOK OF THE MONTH - Growing up disabled in Australia, edited by Carly Findlay. We discuss multiple stories and how these helped us relate to our own experiences. It's not an in-depth discussion, however, I will release a longer more detailed book review on my website - www.willisao.com.au later this week. You should go over to my website and join my newsletter! BECAUSE everyone who does so before April 30th will go into the draw to win a copy of this book! Winner Announced on May 2nd. If you can't wait, or you just really want to increase sales for such a great book you can purchase a copy of the book HERE. Have a great week!
Centring disability in the arts with Carly Findlay
What can we do to make the arts more accessible? Activist and author Carly Findlay joins us to discuss Growing Up Disabled in Australia, featuring over 40 disabled artists. She talks about eliminating the barriers to accessible arts, and about the media guidelines she created for reporting on disabled people. A full transcript of the podcast is available on our website. Hosted by George Dunford.
Ep. 4: Carly Findlay on new Book "Growing Up Disabled in Australia"
Rolling Through Life
Carly Findlay and I had a great conversation talking about the newest book in the "Growing Up" series, "Growing Up Disabled in Australia"! Follow Carly on Twitter and check out her website to learn more about her!: Twitter: @carlyfindlay Website: http://carlyfindlay.com.au/ Buy "Growing Up Disabled in Australia" here! Book Depository: https://www.bookdepository.com/Growing-Up-Disabled-in-Australia/9781760641436 Amazon: https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B0828L39RV&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_9VVYVG99CGDSE7R5KC2Y Follow "Rolling Through Life" on Socials!: Instagram & Twitter: @rtl_pod TikTok: @rollingthroughlifepod Talk to you next time! Love you all! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rollingthroughlife/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rollingthroughlife/support
Accessibility is often taken for granted by people who are not disabled. Everyday situations like shopping, catching transport, accessing public bathrooms, using the internet can be extremely challenging for those who have a disability. Disability is so individual, and so misunderstood, and our world does not do well at accepting, accommodating and including individuals who are disabled. We need to do better. My guest today is the amazing Carly Findlay, an award winning writer, speaker and appearance activist. Carly is the editor of Growing Up Disabled in Australia, an anthology of stories written by disabled Australians and published this week by Black Inc Books. Carly is also the author of Say Hello, published in 2019. She writes regularly for CNN, ABC, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and SBS and appears regularly on television and radio. Carly identifies as a proud disabled woman. Carly is reading People Like Her by Ellery Lloyd Carly is listening to the Conversations series by ABC Vist Carly's blog. Follow Carly on Facebook and Twitter.
Carly Findlay & El Gibbs: Growing Up Disabled in Australia
Carly Findlay and El Gibbs joined the show to talk about the release of the wonderful new book - Growing Up Disabled in Australia. They talk about the process of how the book came together, ensuring accessibility throughout and why the book is so important. Growing Up Disabled in Australia is out now!
Australian writer, speaker and appearance activist, Carly Findlay OAM lives with ichthyosis, a skin condition that occurs when the skin doesn’t shed its dead skin cells, which causes dry, dead skin cells to accumulate in patches on the surface of the skin.She shared how she found love and her advice to people who may be insecure with how they look.
Bonus: Carly Findlay recommends reading Sara Collins & Luan Goldie
Anonymous Was A Woman Podcast
In the lead up to Season 2, Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards are inviting women of colour to recommend to you their favourite reads. Carly Findlay, author of the memoir Say Hello and editor of the forthcoming anthology Growing Up Disabled in Australia, recommends The Confessions of Frannie Langton by Sara Collins and Nightingale Point by Luan Goldie. Let us know what you think and what you are reading with the hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Big Sister Hotline: Episode 20 Feat. Carly Findlay
Clementine Ford's Big Sister Hotline
Renowned appearance activist, author and fashion lover CARLY FINDLAY joins the hotline this week to talk clothes, cancel culture, catfishing and disability politics!This conversation was SO GOOD that we didn't even get time to answer any questions, but Carly has said she'll come back for a future episode to do it all again. Follow Carly on Instagram and Facebook @carlyfindlay. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clementineford-bigsisterhotline.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Carly Findlay OAM is proud of the person that she is. The Australian author, speaker and fashionista isn’t afraid to stand up for what she believes in and to tell you what she thinks. Born with a disability called ichthyosis, a rare genetic disorder that affects her skin and hair, she has defied ableism and discrimination her whole life to become a strong voice in our community. In this episode you’ll learn the importance of ‘saying hello’, how she found love, her journey to becoming a role model for young people, and how much better her fashion is than yours. Instagram: carlyfindlaySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.