Be Part Of My First Podcast, And Other October Happenings!
The year may be drawing to a close, but it certainly doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. We’re already halfway through October (how?!) but there is still plenty of excitement before halloween comes knocking. Check it out!
TONIGHT: RADICAL SELF LOVE FEST: THE PODCAST
The first episode of my podcast, Radical Self Love Fest, is happening tonight — and you can be part of it! I’ll be talking to one of my best friends, Colin Bedell of Queer Cosmos, about relationships, magic, astrology, and spooky adventures.
And the best part? You can watch us live and ask questions, because in addition to recording as a podcast, it’ll also be streaming on Facebook! I am so excited, I cannot wait for this! Tune in to my Facebook page at 6pm EST tonight!
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16TH: A REVOLUTIONARY WOMAN
On Sunday night, I’ll be at the Bowery Poetry Club as part of A Revolutionary Woman podcast. We’ll be discussing different approaches to personal style and aesthetics as radical or revolutionary tools for creative women. It’s going to be fantastic. I cannot WAIT to talk about style as a tool for transformation!
A Revolutionary Woman is hosted by LA Markuson, and those of you who are out and about in NYC a lot might recognise LA as one of the badass Haiku Guys. (I love them so much that I had them at my book party, writing radical self love-themed poems for all the guests!) You can RSVP here. I would absolutely love to see you!
FRIDAY OCTOBER 28TH: S.H.E. SUMMIT
I’m thrilled to have been invited to speak at S.H.E. Summit at the end of the month. S.H.E. Summit is two full days of inspiration and action, loaded with great speakers like Gretchen Rubin, Esther Perel, and Miki Agrawal.
My session is early in the day at 9am on Friday, and I’ll be sharing my thoughts on how we can integrate a sense of wholeness and radical self love into our leadership style. I’m really honoured to take part in S.H.E. Summit!
I’d love to see you at one, two, or all three of these fabulous occasions! And if you can’t make it, I hope you’ll be there in spirit.
Photo by The Costa Sisters.