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49 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Jenna Rammell: Practicing Empathy Online & Finding Belonging Within Yourself
A mostly lighthearted, organic conversation with Jenna Rammell about practicing empathy towards others online & finding belonging within ourselves in our noisy, modern lives. We also talk about Jenna’s recent ski accident, her non-traditional upbringing in the Middle East, and what is bringing her JOY these days.Here’s where you can find Jenna: @jennaskitchen on IGDear Jenna podcast on Apple and Spotifyhttps://jennarammell.com--------------------------------------If you enjoy the CalmUnity Podcast, please be sure to follow the show & leave a 5 star rating in Apple Podcasts. It truly helps me to reach more people. You are so appreciated!
65 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
BONUS: Is Online Coaching Helping You or Hurting You? w/ Miriam Morales
We talk about the pitfalls of social media marketing in the self-help & online coaching spaces, and what to watch out for as a consumer - whether you’re being marketed to to improve your personal life or build some kind of business.This part of the conversation includes more about Miriam’s experience and current work as a social media consultant and influencer.“You are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress simultaneously.” Sophia BushFollow Miriam on IG: https://instagram.com/miriammoralesFind me on IG @timberzaccardiLinks mentioned in the intro:Be There in Five podcast (love Kate’s superb, nuanced discussion & deep dives re: online coaching)https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/be-there-in-five/id1350320411?i=1000516687720Love & Light Confessionals podcasthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/love-light-confessionals/id1515454301
71 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
The Nuanced Life of an Actor with Miriam Morales
Miriam Morales shares with us the nuances of being an actor in NYC. I had such a fun time with this conversation, please listen and enjoy!You can find Miriam on Instagram: @miriammorales https://www.instagram.com/miriammorales/YouTube: The Miriam Morales https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwOF7a7N3abOTmt2_mBoWnAAnd, you can connect with me on Instagram, too! For more content & conversation around our episode topics find me @timberzaccardi or #calmunitypodhttps://www.instagram.com/timberzaccardi/----------------------------------If you haven't yet, please follow the show & leave a rating and/or review! This really helps us to reach more people - your time & energy are always appreciated. xo
48 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Getting Visible with Natalie Koussa
Today I have the absolute delight of talking with Natalie Koussa. Natalie is a visibility coach for feminist coaches, healers and creatives. We talk about her visibility framework and what lead her to doing this work today.We touch on a handful of interesting topics:The nuances of getting visible in our lives and what visibility means to usLiving in integrity with our personal valuesSharing generously & the importance of naming our influences/inspirationsGetting paid for our contributions, sharing power, and acknowledging our position & privilege in these circumstancesYou can connect with Natalie on Instagram @_uncommonpeople_ https://www.instagram.com/_uncommonpeople_/** If this topic and Natalie’s teachings interest you, be sure to sign up for her free workshop happening next week! **'How to show up when you’re feeling vulnerable (without sacrificing your values, or burning out)' https://www.uncommon-people.com/free-workshopAlso mentioned in this episode were a few mutual teachers of mine & Natalie. Find them on Instagram:@kelly.diels @rachrodgersesq@theoutspokengirlfriendYou can connect with ME on Instagram, too! For more content & conversation around our episode topics. @timberzaccardihttps://www.instagram.com/timberzaccardi/----------------------------------If you haven't yet, please leave a rating and/or review for the show! This really helps us to reach more people - your time & energy are always appreciated. xo
45 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
'Let Us Work Together' with Molly Nixon
Molly Nixon shares her story of traveling and living around the world for 7 years, and using her grief as fuel to jump in to activist & humanitarian work on the ground with Yazidi refugees after one of her closest friends was killed by ISIS. Molly has recently resettled in the US after a decade of international travel, humanitarian service, and yogic exploration. Molly has a humanitarian heart, which is the foundation for all she does. She runs The Yoga Mandala Project which brings sustainable yoga programs to refugees and trauma informed training to humanitarians.“If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” -Lilla WatsonFollow Molly on IG @theyogamandalaproject & @molly_bhakticanyonLearn/Train/Volunteer/Donate: yogamandalaproject.org
28 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
Something About THEM
In this episode, I talk about the importance of naming and identifying the ambiguous “them” that we don’t agree with or that we’re made to feel fearful of.CONTENT WARNING:I also process some of my thoughts around current events & the most recent mass shootings, and the many intersections of our culture that collide when violence happens. I try to offer a moment of reflection and a reminder to care for ourselves in a week that may feel like too much.If you want to learn more about gun reform, the statistics of gun violence, and gun legislation that would keep more people (especial women & children) safe and alive, then please join Moms Demand Action. Simply text ACT to 644-33.If you refuse to accept a “normal” existence that includes the very real fear of daily shootings, Moms Demand is a good place to start.As always, join me on Instagram @timberzaccardi for more content and conversation around our episode topics! (You can also search and use #calmunitypod.)If you enjoy CalmUnity, please remember to follow the show, and leave a rating or a review if you are able. This helps us reach more people! Your time, energy, and generosity are so appreciated!Xo
51 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Anti-Racism & Compassion with Meikel Reece
Timber talks with Meikel Reece about anti-racism work, emotional healing, and belonging. Meikel has such a comforting yet commanding presence. She holds gentle, expansive space for women to learn emotional sovereignty and understand the true meaning of what it means to be anti-racist. Meikel teaches us that we can never truly belong to each other until we learn to belong to ourselves.You can find Meikel's work and resources on Instagram: @mixedwomxn And find her embodied healing partnership with Kera Thompson: @interwoven“Start now. Start where you are. Start with fear. Start with pain. Start with doubt. Start with hands shaking. Start with voice trembling but start. Start and don’t stop. Start where you are, with what you have. Just... start.”- Ijeoma UmebinyuoRecommended reading: Do Better by Rachel RickettsSo You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma OluoMy Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa MenakemAs always, join me on Instagram @timberzaccardi for more content and conversation around our episode topics!Please leave a rating and/or a review if you enjoy the CalmUnity Podcast, your time & energy are so appreciated here.
12 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Meet Me at The Wall
You are enough. You belong. You are not alone.This episode touches on the concept of using your unique tools to chisel, sculpt, and shape life & our collective future at “The Wall”.I wanted to start a new season of episodes with this analogy because I believe this sentiment will echo with each conversation & guest that we welcome in, and to help us remember that no story - no set of tools - is too big or too small.I would love it if you'd join me over on Instagram and tell me one of your unique tools after you listen to the episode! You can find me @timberzaccardi- - - - - - - - - - - - - As mentioned in the episode, I learned this analogy from brilliant feminist marketing coach, Kelly Diels. I believe in transparency around what we're learning & who we're learning from. I will always do my best to credit who/where my inspiration came from when sharing with you!
59 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
Navigating Child Loss with Anzana Woodward
I’m excited to bring you a guest today - and the first episode ever recorded for the CalmUnity podcast. You’re going to hear from Anzana Woodward, she is a successful small business owner, a loving wife & mother, and a joy-filled, inspiring woman. She publicly & bravely shared her journey through stillborn loss a couple of years ago, as a way to help her cope with the immense shock and pain she felt - and since then she has provided space and strength for other women to see their own pain through her story.// content warning: child loss + grief //In this episode you’ll hear…Anzana talks about being raised in a household of women and how that has instilled a deep confidence in her Anzana and Timber talk about having a “village” and community in motherhood, and how women & children suffer when community-care is lacking (which is almost always at this moment in time)Anzana dives in to sharing her experience with losing her angel son, Geo.Talking about using social media to share her deepest grief in the same way she shares her biggest joys with friends & family online, normalizing the whole range of the human experience, and breaking down shame & stigma around infant lossTalking about the work that Anzana has done to help her own healing, and to support other families in the child loss communityHow mothers and fathers grieve differentlyTalking about trauma induced anxiety, and being changed for goodMaking peace with the duality of life & motherhood, post-lossYou can find Anzana on Instagram, @anzanastreasures where she shares her beautiful handmade products as well as bits of her heart.And because it’s that time of year, I want you to know that Anzana makes the most adorably simple baby bows, and now face masks which have been incredibly popular, probably due to the unique fabrics she curates to make our mandated mask-wearing more fun ;) I hope you’ll look her up if you are shopping small business this holiday season!
18 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
Remembrance, Revolution, and Reflection
We’re starting off the podcast with a little personal reflection.In this episode you’ll hear me talk about:// revolution and remembrance// how we can embody “calm unity” at this intense and beautiful moment in time// choosing transformational leadership in our lives// the intention behind this show—————IF YOU ENJOY THE CALMUNITY PODCASTI would love for you to rate it, and even leave a review! This will help more people to hear the show, and grow our empathy initiative. Thank you so much, in advance.I would love to connect with you on Instagram! Find me @timberzaccardi, where we can keep up with each other and continue the dialogue around the episode topics.
1 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
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