Bonus episode! Amy + Muffy talk health, biz, and Vessel

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I'm back for a quick podcast check-in and conversation with my friend and fellow health-biz-boss, Muffy J Davis. In this episode we chat about what’s been going on in both of our lives/businesses, how we self-care during stressful times, and our evolving thoughts on what's "healthy.” Plus, we answer a few listener questions and introduce our January program called, Vessel: radical rituals for intuitive eating and self-care.

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S4E11 - An Interview with Tess Giberson

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Today's guest, Tess Giberson, is one of those people I heard on another podcast and just knew that I had to be friends with them. Tess is a non-binary city witch, retired sex worker, zinester, and folk tarot reader who uses tarot as a spiralic, revolutionary tool to heal the collective. In this episode, we're talking about self-care and community care through tarot, using Patreon as a way to make services more accessible and anti-capitalist, and using your available resources to create offerings for your community.

Topics:

  • Tess's journey to tarot

  • Noticing your emotional state as you approach the tarot

  • Balancing self-care and community care

  • Offering group offerings and group healing

  • Using Patreon as a tool to make healing more accessible

  • Working with what you have to be of service to your community

  • Embracing medication as part of self-care

Tweetables:

"You need to put money in your emotional bank first before you take money out because otherwise your withdrawing on zero." [click to tweet]

"How we care for the community is symbolic of how we care for ourselves. Every act of love I do for myself is also then an act of love I do for someone else." [click to tweet]

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***Heads up! This post may contain some affiliate links. If you buy something through one of those links you won't pay a single cent more, but I'll get a small commission that helps keep the content flowing. P.S. I only recommend products I use in my own daily life!

S4E10 - An Interview with Lacey Prpic Hedtke from The Future

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Her name has popped up a couple times on the podcast, so today I am excited to welcome Lacey Prpic Hedtke on Health Fuels Hustle. Lacey is a photographer, public artists, arts organizer, librarian, and auctioneer living in Minneapolis. She is the founder of The Future, an Aquarian lab and project and residency space for weirdos, by weirdos. As a public service witch, Lacey talks with me about using art as ritual, spell, and healing modality, enriching your community, and avoiding burnout when your work is so deeply based in serving others.

Topics:

  • Lacey's journey to becoming a healer
  • Spiritualism and building community through The Future
  • The Future residency program
  • Developing a witchcraft practice and being influenced by others' practices
  • Art as ritual, as spell, and as healing modality
  • Avoiding burnout when you work in service of other people

Tweetables:

"When I see people taking time for their own witchcraft or energy work, it reminds me that I need to do the same." [click to tweet]

"When you do something that feels like you're not working, that's when some of the best stuff happens." [click to tweet]

Show notes:

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***Heads up! This post may contain some affiliate links. If you buy something through one of those links you won't pay a single cent more, but I'll get a small commission that helps keep the content flowing. P.S. I only recommend products I use in my own daily life!

S4E9 - An Interview with Yarrow Magdalena

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Today I am so excited to have my friend Yarrow on the podcast because they really embody this role of "healer" is so many different ways. Yarrow Magdalena is a ritual maker and embodiment mentor who helps soft folks reclaim body love, intuition, a connection to nature and everyday magic. They also run Daydreaming Wolves, a podcast for dreamers who are into authentic conversations about healing, business journeys, everyday struggles and everyday magic. And Yarrow also runs a web design + tech studio called Yarrow Digital which supports small businesses in building heartfelt, sustainable online platforms made to hold big dreams and beautiful communities. So in addition to digging into juicy conversation about practicing healing and ritualizing healing for yourself as well as making healing more accessible in general, we're talking about running two different businesses and balancing exploring/practicing spirituality with getting work done.

Topics:

  • Defining "healer" and the different ways of practicing healing
  • Yarrow's favorite healing tools
  • Celebrating self-love by marrying yourself
  • Practicing safe softness with boundaries and protection
  • Balancing and managing two different businesses
  • Making healing more accessible
  • Balancing exploring your spirituality and getting practical work done

Tweetables:

"I think that we need an ocean of healing because the problems and challenges that we're facing have become so complex and deeply rooted." [click to tweet]

"To make acquiring the tools to be your own healer a priority in your life is—I think—one of the best things any of us can do for ourselves." [click to tweet]

Show notes:

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**The information provided on this site is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.

***Heads up! This post may contain some affiliate links. If you buy something through one of those links you won't pay a single cent more, but I'll get a small commission that helps keep the content flowing. P.S. I only recommend products I use in my own daily life!