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49 minutes | Nov 27, 2017
62: BLAST FROM THE PAST - 10 Tips for More Meaningful Holiday Revelery
We were thinking, "How can we help our listeners have a wonderful season during this chaotic, often stressful when it should be peaceful time of year? Wait, we did a pretty good job of it last year." So here's our gift to you. Obviously, we're not above re-gifting. Here’s why we are bringing you 10 Tips for More Meaningful Holiday Revelry… as we all dive into THE holiday season, it’s easy to feel like we are just cramming holidays into our overcrowded lives. How do we avoid celebrations that feel empty and just like any other gathering? If we can’t infuse our holiday celebrations with meaning, why do them? In this episode, we’re talking about all the holidays we celebrate - even National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. You’ll hear the stories of our favorite holiday experiences, traditions we don’t want to give up, and you will learn our tips and tons of ideas for celebrating holidays with more heart and soul.
54 minutes | Nov 13, 2017
61: Do You Wanna Play?
Do you wanna play? Name a creative art and Meghan DeRoma has most likely played with it or practiced it with discipline. These days Meghan makes thoughtful things to delight kiddos. And that, you know, delights their parents. Her love for art in any form led to a career in the chaotic world of branding, graphic design, and marketing; working on brands like Target and Old Navy. Meghan’s unique mix of creativity + experience has manifested into her company Wannaplé. Leading it with her cofounder and sister-in-law Christine, they make a wonderful character-building brand called Silly Street and another fabulous game called Animal Act. Still flexing her creative muscle for brands like Tom’s along with creating children’s books and expanding Wannaplé, Meghan has found a way to piece together a life that gives her the opportunities to chase her creative whims and dreams - all while parenting two young guys of her own with her creative director husband.
53 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
60: Fear is a Funny Thing
Fear is a funny thing. Funny as in odd. But also... funny; as evidenced in this conversation about fear of all kinds. We’re reminiscing about childhood fears, family stories about spooky events, and movies that scared us. We share some cry-inducing laughs over scaredy-cat moments in our relationship. We also dive into fears such as anxiety, insecurities + self-doubt, fear of the more devastating kind, and so on.
42 minutes | Oct 17, 2017
59: Chasing a Dream Bigger Than You w/ Sarah Hartley
59: Chasing a Dream Bigger Than You w/ Sarah Hartley by Randy + Misty Bradley
61 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
58: The Roots of Creativity w/ Annie Kate Jones
The root of creativity must be nurtured and tended to if you long for it to grow into something meaningful and prolific. And maybe “nurturer” is one of most accurate titles that could be given to Annie Kate Jones. It’s hard to define Annie and that’s a good thing. She is a dreamer + writer + illustrator + friend + mentor. She prefers to focus on the qualities she wishes to possess rather than titles or description. Annie has been an artist of words since middle school and continues to grow in various creative expressions. Our conversation with her is tainted with wisdom and wonder and we chat about education, innovation, collaboration, creative empathy, poetry, Seinfeld, music, and how a Love List rescued some of us from the jaws of depression.
78 minutes | Sep 18, 2017
57: A Little Something on the Side w/ Caitlin Horton
Are you ready for a spirited conversation about curiosity, desire, and a little something on the side? You may remember Caitlin Horton from episode 45: Boldly Go + Get Things Done. You know, the cool girl living in Shanghai who holds four degrees, speaks multiple languages and is currently learning another. She is a published author + brand designer + business strategist. We invited Caitlin back to talk about side projects aka passion projects. We chat about exploring and adventuring (this girl gets around!), her newest endeavor, co-hosting Memphis Type History the podcast, and the book that started it all.
58 minutes | Sep 4, 2017
56: BLAST FROM THE PAST - Unraveling the Mystery w/ Marta Spendowska
We are blown away by the candor and wisdom of wildly successful artist and illustrator Marta Spendowska. She chats with us about artistic influences, self-awareness, passion, and how art has brought healing and restoration to her life and relationships. We learn how showing up is more important to creating than mere inspiration and hear her best advice to aspiring artists. Marta is every bit as deep and beautiful as her paintings.
48 minutes | Aug 21, 2017
55: Weird is Wonderful — Part 2
55: Weird is Wonderful — Part 2 by Randy + Misty Bradley
51 minutes | Aug 7, 2017
54: Weird is Wonderful
We’re redeeming weird and laying it down as gospel, weird is wonderful. Weird has long been that slur used when we don’t understand something or it feels too foreign. What’s weird anyway? Most people jump to their odd eating quirks but we’re talking next level; because is any food combo really weird? or is it just foreign to you? Go a little deeper, what is your weird? Our childhood quirks should be celebrated and explored, they hint to our future selves if we are careful not to shave them down to fit into cookie cutter molds. This conversation is about how we whittle ourselves down and the ways we try to shape the people around us to make us more comfortable. Randy shares some personal oddities that make Misty go hmmm??? and Misty describes her desire to get noisy. We discuss how we all should embrace our weird but first we have to find our freak unique. Unfortunately, we may have hidden it so long, we aren’t sure where to find it. Time to go digging through the clues.
51 minutes | Jul 24, 2017
53: BLAST FROM THE PAST - The Pursuit of Laughter
Has your summer been all work, no play? We sure hope not! Summer was created for play! While we have made room for lots of fun, and are still trying to cram more into our last few weeks of summer break, we’ve also been burning the midnight oil on some pretty big projects and dealing with some heavy family stuff. All the stress has reminded us how much we need hefty doses of laughter.These crash courses on how to revel when the s#@*! hits the fan are depleting! So we’re going on vacation... or having a staycation... or a mix of staycation + mini road trips. We really don’t know what to call it. Honestly, it has been such a wacky summer for us and Randy is just now able to carve out a bit of time off work. It’s last minute and we’re designing our downtime around the beginning of soccer and appointments we can’t cancel and all that kind of stuff. While we love travel, this time together will have to be about relaxing, enjoying each other, finding new things to explore, and filling our time with as many belly laughs as we can. Why are we adding the pursuit of laughter to our vacation plans? You already know the positive effect of laughter on your emotional state, but laughing has surprising health benefits and we believe it’s key to healthy relationships, too. Just check out this episode where we peek into the science of laughter and explore a swarm of ideas on how to have more laughs. And we enjoy a few crack-ups in the process! Has your summer been all work, no play? We sure hope not! Summer was created for play! While we have made room for lots of fun, and are still trying to cram more into our last few weeks of summer break, we’ve also been burning the midnight oil on some pretty big projects and dealing with some heavy family stuff. All the stress has reminded us how much we need hefty doses of laughter.These crash courses on how to revel when the s#@*! hits the fan are depleting! So we’re going on vacation... or having a staycation... or a mix of staycation + mini road trips. We really don’t know what to call it. Honestly, it has been such a wacky summer for us and Randy is just now able to carve out a bit of time off work. It’s last minute and we’re designing our downtime around the beginning of soccer and appointments we can’t cancel and all that kind of stuff. While we love travel, this time together will have to be about relaxing, enjoying each other, finding new things to explore, and filling our time with as many belly laughs as we can. Why are we adding the pursuit of laughter to our vacation plans? You already know the positive effect of laughter on your emotional state, but laughing has surprising health benefits and we believe it’s key to healthy relationships, too. Just check out this episode where we peek into the science of laughter and explore a swarm of ideas on how to have more laughs. And we enjoy a few crack-ups in the process!
44 minutes | Jul 10, 2017
52: BLAST FROM THE PAST - Hot Fun In The Summertime
Here in Oklahoma, our summer break is more than halfway over. Wah! You know by now that we are summer lovers. There’s a lot to fit into the rest of our summer to feel like we squeezed every last drop of goodness from it. So we’re consulting our episode from last summer all about our lists o’fun and we’re releasing it again so you can do the same. Wishing you lots of hot fun in the summer time!
45 minutes | Jun 26, 2017
51: Tap Into Your Momentum MOJO
If you’re struggling to reach your goals, you need to know how to tap into your momentum mojo. Motivation waxes and wanes, it pops up here and there, and can often seem to be found nowhere. But momentum is a sustainable force that propels you forward. We’re talking about how to tune into your inner guidance system and get where you really want to go. Hear us get real about self-talk and how knowing what to do is only part of the battle.
56 minutes | Jun 13, 2017
50: Love and Marriage
We’re pretty lucky to have found each other; but we’re the first to tell you that love and marriage aren’t always a walk in the park. However, they have brought us a whole lot of wonderful. We’re answering our listeners’ questions and sharing our earned wisdom and insights from 19 years of marriage. This is an intimate look inside our relationship. You’ll learn how we stay connected and just how big of a problem being hangry really is. We get real about our biggest struggles and the conversation Misty hates to have with Randy. You won’t be surprised that Randy’s marriage advice includes a hot tub, sex, and journals??!? Our commitment to each other has made it feel safer and more encouraging for each of us to grow. It may sound trite but it’s true: Teamwork makes the dream work. We’re looking forward to chasing dreams together for a thousand more years.
52 minutes | May 29, 2017
49: One Part At A Time with Jessica Murnane
It can be so overwhelming to think about all the ways you’re trying to better yourself; but our guest Jessica Murnane is helping us all to focus on one part at a time. Jessica’s One Part Podcast hosts conversations with some of the most fascinating minds in wellness, music, food, fashion, and design. She is also the author of the wildly popular new cookbook One Part Plant. Once a designer, now the queen of helping people better their lives one part at a time, Jessica is bringing her refreshing approach to transformation to the whole world.
41 minutes | May 15, 2017
48: Sometimes I Open My Mouth and My Mom Comes Out
We talk a lot; it’s in a podcaster’s job description. Often we identify with that Pinterest meme: Sometimes I open my mouth and my mom comes out! It’s true, we’re a product of our raising. We’re interviewing our favorite moms about parenting - what it was like to raise us and how raising kids has changed over the generations. You can listen in on the wisdom that guided us and hear what our moms learned from their mothers. Misty and Linda talk about huffing babies and the memories that rush back when the high school marching band plays. Randy’s mom Cindy has fun things to divulge about the glory days. You’ll learn just how Randy became so confident and why vacuum lines don’t matter. Listen if you want to get to know us a bit better and to meet the women responsible for us!
52 minutes | May 1, 2017
47: Cultivating a Creative Practice with Jenni Brown, writer + brand
Cultivating a creative practice is a must for anyone who wants to keep their creative muscle limber and their work fresh. This chat with Jenni Brown is about finding the balance between order and creativity. How do you straddle approaching work, life, and everything with creativity AND logic? We’re excited to talk this out with Jenni, the co-founder of Prim’d Marketing. She is a writer and designer that brings her expertise in branding and web strategy to her clients. Jenni is intensely creative but she is also known for having super powers of creating killer systems and organization. Creativity and organization aren’t always thought of going together like chips + salsa but we’ve learned that some of the most highly creative people know how to access those super powers. Jenni is sharing the tools that keep her creating in freedom instead of messy chaos and why personal projects are vital.
46 minutes | Apr 24, 2017
46: Be True To Yourself
We seem calm but we are shouting it from the rooftops: BE TRUE TO YOURSELF! Authenticity may be a buzzword that has lost a bit of its punch. But being genuine, honest, and loyal isn’t going out of style. Why is honesty so important; especially self-honesty? We’ve got to get real to get happy. Hear Randy diagnose Misty with Monica syndrome and hear a real-life example of denial unfold in the midst of our conversation. We hope this episode helps you get freedom from carrying around some baggage that might not even be true. And that one part? Either it was as funny as we thought it was, or we had the sleepy sillies.
51 minutes | Apr 17, 2017
45: Boldly Go + Get Things Done with Caitlin Horton
Caitlin L. Horton could write a book called Boldly Go + Get Things Done. Instead, she is telling us all about it. Caitlin holds four degrees, speaks multiple languages and is currently learning another, is a published author, a talented designer, and has collaborated + created multiple successful businesses which parlayed into founding her own Design and Brand Strategy firm. In the midst of earning her MBA, she moved with her husband across the world to Shanghai, China to live and work where she doesn’t even know the language... yet. When Caitlin isn’t spending her time exploring and adventuring, she’s busy creating amazing products and opportunities for others to make big leaps of their own. In this episode, you’ll hear why we admire Caitlin’s experimental approach, just how she gets so much done, discover her free 30-Day Focused Brand Challenge, and be inspired by the way Caitlin wants to be remembered. You’ll also find out what crazy things she is eating.
48 minutes | Apr 10, 2017
44: Staying Where The Light Is with Alex Stephenson
He may have a dark sense of humor but Alex Stephenson knows something about staying where the light is. As a behavioral therapist who works in a hospital, Alex meets people at their most vulnerable, sometimes wild, and often darkest hours. Alex juggles this full-time job that makes such a huge difference in people’s lives with a creative pursuit that has him writing AND illustrating his own comic Narcolepsy Incorporated, several books including “Maybe” Days, and his introspective, good-humored blog called A Step Past Normal - the life of a marginally funny, bearded stepdad. Alex blends that big work with a vibrant family life as a husband and father of two. He’s telling us what keeps him in the light and gives him the momentum to keep creating. We’re also chatting about all the ways parenting is a game-changer, his favorite Marvel character, pop culture, sneakily watching scary movies as a kid, pickles, Jolly Ranchers, ice skates, and eagles. Listen to discover how humor, family, and creativity make everything better.
51 minutes | Apr 3, 2017
43: Food As Muse with Lindsay Cameron Wilson
We are completely enthralled with Lindsay Cameron Wilson and her magical storytelling with food as muse. She is a best-selling cookbook author and host of Love Food, a cooking show that celebrates food, family, and community. But where we fell in love with Lindsay is The Food Podcast - it’s a feast for your ears. It’s where she talks with food experts, food lovers, and explores the real flavors of life. Lindsay teaches us that food is the portal to all good stories because “cooking is the story of your neighbourhood, your friends, your family, your travels and the ingredients you use, all woven together to tell a story – a food love story.” The three of us are talking about why recording our lives and stories is so powerful and how food is a major character in everyone’s story. We also explore how to use the nourishing experience of eating to revel more.
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