Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes....yes, it's more on change and transformation, here in Season 4! This ep, Amy chats with the amazing singer-songwriter-dessert artist Tje Austin, who recently came out. They get into living as authentically as possible, what it meant to him to come out, and his opinions on the new season of Black Mirror that he hasn't watched yet. Read Tje's post here and follow him on IG here. And of course, don't miss checking out his album "I Belong to You" that is discussed as well!
More on the topic of change as we continue Season 4 of The Real Show! This episode features an incredible conversation with Bette O'Callaghan. Bette inspires in every way, thriving and creating every day, unabashedly unafraid and unapologetic—and in the best way possible. We talk fashion (don't miss following her on Instagram @Bette_O), her poetry, her life as a model, aging, defiance, identity, and about two thousand other things. Watch this after you listen!
As we continue the series on change this season, it's an amazing chat with the founder of Austin's Tribe, Alex Winkelman Zeplain. We get into the effort of self care, overcoming phone and social media addiction, and we talk about flipping the script on taking time for your own personal well being from selfish to necessary! Follow Tribe on Instagram @hellomytribe or learn more at hellomytribe.com!
Amy sits down with renowned fitness instructor David Garza on this episode to launch Season 4, a series on REAL CHANGE. David has recently undergone major upheaval in his life, and what he shares from his personal journey is incredible, inspiring, and authentic- just like him! But don't worry, we laugh a lot and talk about Disney princesses, too. Be sure to follow David on Instagram @davidgarza1 and the pod @rymagazine, too!
This is it! The Season 3 finale of The Real Show podcast series, featuring Inspiring and Influential Women! This week, host and RY founder Amy Edwards was uber-thrilled to finally sit down with Austin-based artist and visionary Flip Solomon. Flip is an ethereal, horizon-expanding woman who marches to her own beat, goes beyond this dimension and is just a generally fascinating individual.
We are thrilled to have Flip on as the finale to the Inspiring and Influential Women series. She is a thriving artist with a stunning and distinct style, and on top of that, she's a single mom who manages life with intense sleep disorders. She also shares her manifestation rituals, lets everyone in on where she finds inspiration, and tells us about the interesting and cool projects she's working on currently, among lots of other cool stuff.
Flip is one of those people that you could talk to for hours, because she's extremely knowledgeable, incredibly enlightened, and kind. So, that said, we kinda went over the 30-minute rule on this episode. Find the usual shortcuts listed below, but you've got the rest of summer to listen to this full episode, and to all the other wonderful interviews! The Real Show remains free and always available on Stitcher, iTunes, or Libsyn; click to download it, or stream below. And we're off with Flip:
Don't miss checking out Flip's stunning art on her website, and follow her on Instagram or Facebook at The Art of Flip Solomon. You can also find her at her studio in Austin, located in Canopy, Studio 201 (Canopy is also the hub for the East Austin Studio Tours in November, so it's a great destination for EAST).
We're deep into Season 3 of The Real Show podcast, featuring Inspiring and Influential Women! Only two episodes left, and in this week's episode, #8, host and RY founder Amy Edwards has an outdoor chat over rosé with bad-ass boss-lady Masha Poloskova, a game changer in the Austin vintage, resale, and modern clothing scenes. Masha owns Moss Designer Consignment and Garment Vintage + Modern, and was an original founder of Feathers on South Congress.
We were thrilled to have Masha join us on the Inspiring and Influential Women series. She has incredible advice as a business owner and she is a true fashion lover. She tells us about the realities of having a brick-and-mortar and shares killer business tidbits, like the number one crucial element in business for her. And of course, we discuss fashion and vintage and the ones that got away!
This podcast was recorded while sitting outside at the beautiful Hotel St Cecilia, so there's a lot of wind noise (we'll call it "outdoor realism enhancement"), but grab your glass of rosé and join... you'll feel like you're sitting right there! Shortcuts are below, but the idea is to listen to the whole thing over lunch- or that aforementioned drink, of course! And as usual, The Real Show is free and available on Stitcher, iTunes, or Libsyn; click to download it, or listen below. So let's roll, and hear all Masha has to share, while blowin' in the wind!
Learn more about all things Masha- and peruse her incredible vintage finds- at Garment online or in person, at 701-F South Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX, 78704, or follow them on Instagram or Facebook, or find Moss as well!
Up next week for our final episode in the Inspiring and Influential Women series is artist Flip Solomon, and ethereal, horizon-expanding individual who goes beyond this dimension and is utterly fascinating. Don't miss! Subscribe today!
Season 3, Episode 7 of The Real Show podcast with Amy Edwards sits down this week with the inspiring and incredible Maria Groten, co-founder and co-owner of Austin's LOVE Cycling Studio. Maria is an uplifting person with a deep, beautiful soul, who strives to be better all the time and to always, always, be about LOVE. We can definitely get on board with that!
Maria is a fun, authentic, driven and motivating woman, a perfect fit for the Inspiring and Influential Women series. Maria shares so much about her philosophy of life, and in turn, how she upholds everything she believes in throughout her business. Inspiring, for sure, and super impressive. She also makes great points about how pushing yourself physically can bring breakthroughs spiritually. It's her "spinistry," and yeah, it rocks.
We recorded this podcast in the LOVE Cycling Studio, so it's the real-real: there's music blasting from a class in session, people in and out of the office, and phones ringing, so get ready! Find the shortcuts listed below, but know that all that Maria shares is wonderful and worth the 30-minute listen, naturally! Remember, The Real Show is always free and you can find it on Stitcher or iTunes, download it on Libsyn, or listen below. Here are the current shortcuts with the love-ly Maria Groten:
Learn more about LOVE (or better yet, book a class!) on their website, or follow them on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. You can also find Maria personally on Instagram, too, or all her playlists on Spotify!
We hope you're enjoying the series! And a quick note: we'd like to share Episode 4 of Season 2 in the wake of the Orlando shootings. You may be searching for a way to take action on gun violence. Listen to the chat with the very inspiring and very influential Nicole from Moms Demand Action to find out more about what you can do to incite change on this hotbed issue. Find the article here, or subscribe on iTunes, mark The Real Show on your Stitcher app, or stream on Libsyn.
TRS sits down next week with Masha Poloskova, owner of Moss and Garment, who is the avant-garde boss-lady of the modern, resale and vintage scene in Austin. Can't wait to hear all she has to share about business and life and of course, fashion! Subscribe today!
RY magazine's The Real Show Podcast Season 3 continues this week with another episode (number 6!) of the Inspiring and Influential Women series. Amy has a wonderful chat with Stephanie Coultress O'Neill, the founder and owner of the renowned Austin boutique Estilo.
If you've ever dreamed of starting a business or opening your own store, or want to know what it's really like, then tune in to all Stephanie has to share. There's excellent advice for everyone to take away from this conversation. Whether it's hard work, location problems, keeping on top of cash flow, staying afloat through a recession, or getting married and starting a family in the midst of it all, she's been through it. She's candid and real and is never, ever, afraid to tell it like it is. She's one of our favorite people, and we bet she'll be one of yours, too, as soon as you get to know her.
We've got shortcuts below, of course, but the whole thing is worth it. (I know we say that every episode, but it's always true! We really mean it!) The Real Show is free and available on Stitcher or iTunes, as well as available for download on Libsyn. Okay, onto what's kickin' in this episode with Steph:
Find Stephanie at Estilo online, or on Estilo's Instagram or Facebook. You can drop by their beautiful new location that was mentioned anytime, too, at 2727 Exposition Blvd. Ste 121, Austin, TX, 78703.
If you're enjoying this series, please share your thoughts- we'd love to hear from you! We would like to note also that none of our interviews have been paid. We choose women who we truly believe are inspiring, who are influencers, and who are living their dreams. So subscribe on iTunes, mark The Real Show on your Stitcher app, or stream on Libsyn or here in this post, and catch up on the whole series!
Next week RYmagazine's TRS will be chatting with the incredible Maria Groten, co-owner of Love Cycling Studio. She's so love-ly and inspiring, and TRS kept it real by recording in the cycling studio- it's pretty crazy! Not to be missed! Subscribe today!
The Real Show podcast Episode 5, Season 3 continues the real and relatable conversations with amazing women who are dreaming it and doing it, in our Inspiring and Influential Women series. Amy talks this episode with author Kelly Green, who recently released her first book, a memoir titled "Back in the Game: My Year of Dating Dangerously."
Kelly is a divorced mother of four (yes, four!) who works full-time as well as travels extensively, and she has now added author to her already impressive resumé. Get inspired whether you're searching for connection in life after divorce or looking for some encouragement to live out a dream you've always had- like Kelly did with writing this book!
As usual, here are a few shortcuts if you need them- but this a quick, inspiring, and fab convo with a smart, highly accomplished woman, one who also is beautiful inside and out. We recommend listening to the whole thing over lunch or in traffic! And remember, The Real Show is always free and streamable on Stitcher or iTunes, as well as downloadable on Libsyn. Check out:
Follow Kelly on Instagram and Facebook, where you can mark your calendar to meet her in person at her book signings- including this one coming up Monday, July 6, 7pm in Austin, Texas at Bookpeople. And of course order or download her book "Back in the Game" on Amazon- it's the quintessential summer paperback!
Are you are enjoying this series? We always welcome your feedback, so let us know! And you can subscribe on iTunes, mark The Real Show on your Stitcher app, or just stream on Libsyn or here in this post.
The Real Show podcast Episode 4, Season 3 continues the fab conversations with amazing women who are dreaming it and doing it in this "Inspiring and Influential Women" series. Amy talks this episode with Jessica Mullen and Kelly Cree, who are manifestation experts, partners in business and in life, and co-founders of the amazing School of Life Design.
Jessica and Kelly are so open and honest and real, and an absolute blast to talk to. They believe that our thoughts create our reality, so we talk all about just exactly what that means, and how to deal with desires, outcomes, fears, judgments, and everything else in between. This podcast went long and could've very easily run longer, so don't worry if you want more- it's easy to find on their website (download free stuff here even) or at the market they've put together, or listen to find out where they are near you. Download or listen on iTunes for all that and more!
Here are a few shortcuts for when you're short on time, but listen to the whole awesome thing when you can- it's worth every second to hear what they have to say!
Follow School of Life Design on Instagram and Facebook, where they'll bring you endless inspo, positive thinking and good vibes. Also don't miss their beautiful website, where you can get everything they've written and apply it to your own life! (And be sure to sign up for our newsletter...this month's giveaway will include the School of Life Design Monthly Manifestation Manual that we so love!)
Next week TRS will be moving and shaking with Kelly Green, author of "Back in the Game: My Year of Dating Dangerously." Don't miss!
RY's The Real Show podcast continues the Season 3 series, featuring 30-minute chats with amazing women who are dreaming it and doing it. Today, Amy sits down to chat with TV host, mom of three, and generally awesome babe Amanda Tatom for episode 3 of this "Inspiring and Influential Women" series.
This conversation features Amanda Tatom, 42, the host of KXAN's weekday lifestyle show Studio 512. Amanda not only gives Amy the pep talk she needed (really needed!), but she is real, funny, and shares everything from social media to shoes to the most valuable thing she has learned at her job. She's amazing. Trust us. Download or listen on iTunes for all that and more!
Next week TRS will be talking manifesting and more with Jessica Mullen and Kelly Cree from School of Life Design. Get ready for that! We go way over time, but it's another incredible convo!
This week, The Real Show host and RY founder Amy Edwards sits down with 5-time Olympian and entrepreneur Amy Acuff for episode 2 in TRS season 3 series, "Inspiring and Influential Women," featuring 30-minute chats with amazing women who are dreaming it and doing it.
This episode features Amy Acuff, 40, a supremely inspiring woman who is poised to make it to her sixth Olympic games in the high-jump. Amy has also written an app to help her train, and started her own company around that (Winning Edge Apps). She's a mother of two, former model (with covers of Maxim and Playboy to her credit, too), and a trained acupuncturist. How does she do it all? Download or listen on iTunes for insight into her world of training and more, or grab these shortcuts if you're low on time!
Next week, join TRS as we chat with the incredibly funny, super-real, inspiring, and very talented host of KXAN's Studio512, Amanda Tatom!
Join The Real Show host and RY founder Amy Edwards as she sits down with Rianna Alberty for the first interview in TRS season 3 series, "Inspiring and Influential Women."
This season, it's all about short, 30-minute chats with amazing women who are dreaming it and doing it.
Episode 1 features Rianna Alberty, founder of RIMIX cosmetics. Rianna has started a cosmetics company herself, from scratch- hear how she did it, and get inspired!
Listen to the whole thing, or grab these shortcuts if you are low on time! Fast forward to:
Join Amy as she has a conversation with author, blogger, speaker and pilates instructor Leslie Green, and gets more in-depth on Leslie's fantastic guest article "What Takes your Power? ...and one simple way to step back into it." We learn about how loving yourself is the key to holding on to your power...and what loving yourself even means, when it can be such a confusing term.
Read her article here:
For more on Leslie, check out trustlifetoday.com, www.providencepilates.org, or follow her on twitter @trustlifetoday. Or, connect on her wonderful Facebook group as well:
Join Amy as she chats with entrepreneur Bijou Finney and gets in-depth about Bijou's article "Making Waves." We learn more about what it really means to get powerful and stay powerful in your life, even when you can have moments that get you down (which we all do!).
Read her article here:
Join Amy and she has a fantastic and in-depth conversation with Nicole, the head of the Austin Chapter of grass roots organization Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense, a subsidiary of Everytown for Gun Safety. It's easy to feel helpless when it's a problem as huge as guns in the US, but listen to find out pragmatic and simple things you can do to contribute. Every person matters and makes a difference! Moms have POWER and bring real, substantial change!
Want to share this or learn more? Go to @momsdemand on Twitter, or head to momsdemandaction.org. Huge thanks to them and to Nicole for this interview!
For more on my song "Your Backyard," and to read the lyrics or listen again and share, go to RYmagazine.com.
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Join as Amy sits down with Randi Marks of Randi Marks Wellness (and now official RYmagazine guru) to talk change, love, fear, and how we choose to view ourselves. Randi offers incredible expertise and wisdom, and you can read the accompanying article to the podcast here! Learn more at rymagazine.com or randimarks.com.
The Real Show is undergoing some changes for Season 2! Get the scoop on that and a few easy mantras to help you break through any barriers to change as we embrace a new year. More on all this and updates anytime at RYmagazine.com or TheRealShow.net!
It's the Season 1 finale! The very candid, very fun Bad JohnPaul Wilson and his sometimes-fired-always-rehired right-hand beauty Nicole Franco come dish and laugh and share anything and everything- the beauty of books, content rationing, tramp stamps, who's a bigger diva- dudes or chicks, and much, much more. A great way to end the season!
(And you can go stalk BJP too at badjohnpaul.com)
This week's episode features a chat with accomplished producer and screenwriter Suzanne Weinert, founder of Flatiron Pictures. Warm, funny and interesting, Suzanne talks Hollywood vs. Austin vs. New York, risk-taking, Jennifer Coolidge, naming your company after a hair straightener (ok, kidding on that last one), and lots, lots more. Check it out! Episode 13 of The Real Show!
Jim Duran drops by to discuss clothing, gender, risk, wearing a uniform and all sorts of other fun stuff as we take on the topic of what our clothing says about us and how we should all be wearing black! More about Jim and blkln here:
or on Instagram @blklnclothing!
Insecurities, body image, Essena O'Neill....we tackle all this and the realities (or is it non-realities?) of social media! Join guest Lola Laymon, who is full of amazing advice, as we break down what it means to live in a world of image and social media and still keep a positive outlook.
Follow Lola on Twitter @LolaLaymon or Instagram @liveitupLola!
He's Program Director of one of the longest running rock FM stations in Austin and host of a nationally syndicated radio program, so to say LA Lloyd has learned a thing or two over the years is an understatement. Listen up as we talk DJ-ing softball games, Halestorm, keeping up with the times, female prisons and lots more!