Apr 30, 2020
In this episode, I talk with my longtime friend Tommy Maher, the incredible dobro player from the Asheville-based band Fireside Collective.
Tommy talks about how he didn't pick up a guitar until after high school, where he draws his inspiration, and how Fireside Collective is staying connected with fans during...
Apr 27, 2020
What did the arts mean to you as a kid? From visual art to performing arts to museum field trips - what did you enjoy?
In this episode, I reflect on how I grew up singing, playing flute and piccolo and performing in productions. But, now? As an adult? I know all the lyrics to the Frozen II soundtrack, but that's about...
Apr 24, 2020
When my sister, Sarah Baker, agreed to be on the podcast, my interview questions were specifically about her yoga practice. However, to my surprise, she opens up and shares how, after two miscarriages, her views of yoga shifted.
Warning: This episode includes laughter, tears, and a whole lot of sister banter. I promise...
Apr 20, 2020
In this episode, I tell you about the impact a regular yoga practice has had on my life, and why you should practice, too!
Apr 16, 2020
When people assume that cancer is the worst thing that has ever happened to me, I tell them about Claren, and they quickly realize that a lot of good has come to my life because of my cancer diagnosis.
In today's episode, meet Claren Englebreth. Claren and my paths crossed simply because our oncologist had the...