Welcome to episode 24! Had a great chat with the multifaceted Erik House. We talk about our paths that led us each into coaching, consensual non-monogamy, Tarot and Oracle Cards (Erik reads a card for me!), libraries, street art, and more.
Oh, and the audio isn’t *exactly* great in some portions of the recording. Technology, AmIRight??? Thanks for hangin’ in with us!
More about Erik:
Erik W. House (he/they), M.A., is a life and relationship coach, along with being a spiritual guide and healer, he works closely with people in the polyamorous, consensual non-monogamy, and kink/BDSM relationships. He helps individuals, polycules, and moresomes in digging down to find what their unmet needs are so that they can create the lives and relationships they’ve always wanted.
Wow! Today marks our first anniversary, so very happy and proud that we’ve managed to come all this way. To celebrate we are releasing 2 episodes today, this one linked up below and a mini “Check in with Shannah” episode.
Today’s 1st podcast is extra special to me (Filomena)…I FINALLY was able to get musician Thomas Jack @Tom.Jack.Music of Diesel Theory @DieselTheory (and a touring member Today Is The Day @TITDofficial) to sit down with me for an interview. Click it here>>> Ep 20! Musician Thomas Jack
Buckle up, it’s a fun adventure! We chat about H.G. Wells’ “Country of the Blind”, the Fast & Furious (movie), proms, water guns in schools, touring with Today Is the Day, the late ‘80s and more!
As promised, I’ve included the infamous “Prom Photo” in this post 🙂
Stefani Tadio has always lived a creative life. It’s a family tradition, part of her DNA. Her adult career was spent in the accounting departments of small companies, always crafting for fun. Though she tried lots of genres and took lots of classes, her heart has always been with needlework: quilting, needlepoint and cross-stitch. In 2004 she combined her two loves of hand stitchery and paper craft and started selling her goods at local craft fairs and stores. She left corporate life in 2012 to pursue art full-time.
In 2019, an opportunity fell into her lap so she’s returned to her love of accounting. Because she’ll always be an artist at heart, the core of her bookkeeping clients are artists. Stefani is thrilled to surround herself with the best of both worlds
When she is not selling her work at comic-con, artist EmilySwan works as a graphic artist, illustrates and self publishes her own comics, instructs art and dance at 171 Cedar Arts Center and pours wine for Wagner Winery. She occasionally finds time to sleep. Her published work can be viewed in Red Stylo Media’s ’27 Club Anthology’, and their book ‘THE STRIP, A Twisted Vegas Comic Anthology’. More of Emily‘s art can be found across the internet at: ‘aSwanNamedEmily’.