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The Interdisciplinary Work of Lyss Warmland.

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Check out my conversation with Sarah Norris Andrews!

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We talk about:
– How Sarah came to Northumberland County
– Babywearing and getting outside locally
– Sarah’s experience parenting as a non-binary parent
– Gendered language
– the messages they learned about gender and what they want to teach their daughter
…and way more!

Check out my conversation with my Uncle Bob!



We talk about:
– How Bob got interested in air traffic control and aviation
– What his job was like and how he got there
– The shift in technology over his 35 year career
– What it was like working on 9/11
– How being detail-oriented and confident was important for air traffic control
– What it’s like working on a male-dominated industry and how it’s shifting
– Staying well and managing stress in a high stakes job
and more!

To learn more about air traffic control, visit https://www.navcanada.ca/

Check out my conversation with Sherry Heenan!



We talk about:
– What pelvic physiotherapy is and who can benefit
– How Sherry got interested in pelvic health
– Sex after birth
– How pelvic physiotherapy can benefit people of all genders
– C-sections and pelvic health
– incontinence
– What it means to empower women
– What “moving well” and “birthing well” mean
– What a first pelvic physiotherapy appointment is like
and more!

Sherry’s website.
Sherry’s Facebook.
Sherry’s Instagram.
Nurturing Health website.

Check out my conversation about Sweet Coffee Club with Jeannette Breward!

Sweet Coffee Club is an interdisciplinary creative collaborative between two friends. We create surrealist photos based on original poetry. It’s a project we’ve been working on for almost two years, over the course of both of us becoming mothers alongside one another, and are ready to finally push out into the world. Sweet Coffee is one of the first poems we worked from.

Our work aims to find connection, care, and empowerment through creative expression that centres our relationship with our Selves, our bodies, and a relationship with the earth.

Sweet Coffee Club is unapologetically feminist. This work is about the lived experience of the women we are. It’s political and personal all at once. It’s soft and mean and spiritual and firmly grounded. We are white, and queer, and cis, and anxious, and sore, and tired, and settled, and vulnerable, and honest… but we don’t want Sweet Coffee Club to be just about those perspectives.

You can join Sweet Coffee Club too. Show us, however it makes sense to you, how you, in your body, find connection, care, and empowerment through your relationship with the environment around you. Mention us and hashtag your posts and stories #sweetcoffeeclub 💓

Come visit the in-person exhibit at Happenstance Coffee Pub in downtown Port Hope in November and December!

Check out my conversation with Harmony Page!



We talk about:
– Harmony’s thoughts about the recent emotional labour and woman empowerment episodes
– An update since her last time on the show
– Why women are awesome
– Coping with feeling isolated
– relationships during the pandemic
– Hiking and outdoor gear
– Learning to love being outside in the winter
– How Harmony’s relationships with humans and the environment keep her well

Check out my conversation with Jenn Linton!



We talk about:
– How Jenn got interested interested in nutrition
– The process of becoming a nutritionist
– Who can benefit from working with nutritionist
– Why nutrition is an important part of health and wellness
– Some of the common misconceptions about nutrition
– Nutrition and women’s health (including nutrition during pregnancy and postpartum)
– Introducing babies to solid foods
– Some of Jenn’s favourite food blogs and resources
and more!

Check out Jenn’s website here
Instagram here
Nurturing Health’s website here

Check out my conversation with Jeannette Breward and Elle Warren!

We have a very honest conversation about emotional labour and feminized labour in our lives from where we stand. Topics include:
– who makes dinner?
– unpaid work with no breaks
– breastfeeding
– “double shifts”
– disability and emotional labour
and more!

Jeannette Links:
Previous episode
Facebook
Website
IG

Elle Links:
Previous episode
Facebook
Personal IG
Bon Bon Fashion IG

Check out my conversation with Jessica Outram!


We talk about:
– Writing poetry, plays, and more
– The idea of “home” and “place”
– Being Cobourg’s Poet Laureate
– Poetry Present (submit your poem here!)
– How writing keeps Jessica well
and more!

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Sarah Harmer
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