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#110 - Christian Griffith - Run2Heal - Running 3000 Miles Changing the Story of Child Sexual Abuse

Christian Griffith joins the podcast as our fourth male guest. He is currently on the road in Colorado running across the country on a mission called Run2Heal. He is changing the narratives around child sexual abuse running and speaking across the country. Christian is a survivor himself of child sexual abuse from both his mother and men. During the episode, Christian goes into the staggering numbers of those that are sexually abused as children. I have known Christian since 2012 or 2013...


#109 - Leanne Vogel - Talks about the Ketogenic Diet on the Road, Eating with the Seasons, Sugar Alcohols, and Her Book Tour For The Keto Diet Book

Leanne Vogel is back on the podcast this week! Leanne was last on the podcast (Episode 30) talking all about her book The Keto Diet, and Keto for women. Since recording with her she and her husband have moved out of their house and into a large RV. We caught up with her while she was in Ohio and about to head out on her second book tour. In this episode, we chat about maintaining Keto for the long haul. Where fruit can fit into a keto diet, if at all. We chat about some of the challenges of...


#108 - Natalie Ross of Dream Freedom Beauty Talking About Self-Care, Following Your Path, and the Importance of Mentors

Natalie Ross helps lightworkers and shadow hunters to align with their truth and embody their magic and medicine. Her podcasts, Dream Freedom Beauty and Self Care Club, are a wake-up call from the Universe for people who have spent years trying in vain to fit in and conform to the status quo. Natalie helps her people to know that they're not crazy, no matter how much it feels like their lives are falling apart. She helps people understand that they're ditching their old programming to...


#107 - Lisa Menna - Cause to Wonder - Bringing Social Change Through Magic Globally

Lisa Menna is a woman on a mission. She is on a mission to create social change around the world fighting for women to be treated the same as men. She promotes the message of helping women brings good luck to the most remote areas in the world through her organization Cause to Wonder. Lisa Menna is a classically trained magician. After spending much of her life in corporate magic she shifted gears to follow her passion of empowering women globally. Lisa joined the podcast to talk about...


#106 - Diana Rodgers - of The Sustainable Dish Podcast Talks Her Latest Project Kale vs. Cow Documentary And Why Meat Does Have a Place at the Table

Diana Rodgers hosts The Sustainable Dish Podcast and is a “real food” nutritionist living on a working organic farm near Boston, Massachusetts. She is the author of two bestselling cookbooks, Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go and The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook. Diana writes and speaks about the intersection of optimal human nutrition, environmental sustainability, animal welfare and social justice. Her new film project, Kale vs. Cow examines the environmental, nutritional and ethical...


#105 - Sarah Faith Gottesdiener of Many Moons and Modern Women Talks Tarot, Magik, Working With Guides, and Listening to Your Intuition

Sarah Faith Gottesdiener is a designer, artist, Tarot reader, teacher, and writer living in Los Angeles. For the last 6 years she has run her own business in a variety of different ways—by selling her feminist apparel, print, and accessory line called Modern Women, by teaching workshops on metaphysical subjects, by taking on design client work for companies and individuals, and by giving Intuitive Tarot readings for people all over the globe. She is the creator of the instant cult classic...


#104 - Caitlin Landesberg - Founder of Sufferfest Beer Company Talks About Creating a Gluten Removed Beer for Athletes

Caitlin Landesberg is the Founder & CEO of Sufferfest Beer Company, Inc. She started the company while on a quest to find the best beer in the world to address her needs after having a gluten intolerance. Caitlin founded Sufferfest Beer Company in 2016 after working with researchers and scientists to create a gluten-removed beer. Sufferfest has quickly become an award-winning craft beer with the company located in San Francisco. Caitlin brought 13 years of marketing experience when she...


#103 - Emily Nagoski - Bestselling Author of Come As You Are - Talking the Science of Sex and Women's Sexual Health

Emily Nagoski is the award-winning author of the New York Times bestseller, Come As You Are: the surprising new science that will transform your sex life. She began her work as a sex educator at the University of Delaware, where volunteered as a peer sex educator while she studied psychology with minors in cognitive science and philosophy. She went on to earn an M.S. in Counseling and a Ph.D. in Health Behavior, both from Indiana University, with clinical and research training at the...


#102 - Sarah Knight - Internationally Bestselling Anti-Guru - On Not Giving a F*ck, Getting Your Sh*t Together, and You Doing You.

Sarah Knight is the internationally bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck, which has been translated into more than twenty languages and has hit bestseller lists all over the world, including in the US, Canada, England, Germany, Italy, and Poland. The sequel, Get Your Sh*t Together—a continuation of her crusade to promote “mental decluttering”—was on the New York Times bestseller list for twelve weeks and is also being published worldwide. In 2017, she...


#101 - Shonagh Home - A Conversation about Technology, Youth, Psychedelics in the Mainstream, Michael Pollan's New Book, Sacred Teacher Plants, and Humanity

Shonagh Home is back on the podcast for round two. This time we chat about the world, technology, and the emergence of psychedelics in the mainstream in movies and in advance of Micheal Pollan's newest book release How to Change Your Mind - What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence. We jump around to a lot of topics in this action-packed episode. Shonagh as always was a fantastic guest and shared a ton of...


#100 - Reflection Back on the First 100 Episodes and Weaving A Story

Episode 100 is here. Less than two years ago I began a new chapter of the Dirt in Your Skirt story with the addition of the podcast. It has been an incredible ride so far and wanted to take episode 100 as a chance to reflect back on the first 100 episodes even episode 0. I invited Jojo Brown of the UK Mudd Queens Podcast to come on and chat about the first 99 episodes. Jojo and I will frequently chat about episodes after they are out and further the conversation. I thought what better way...


#099 - Aeni Domme - Professional Makeup Artist Behind The Painted Warrior

Aeni Domme is a Phoenix, Arizona based makeup artist for film and television but is also known in the obstacle racing world as The Painted Warrior's bodypainter and wife. She is apart of a documentary about The Painted Warrior's origins and journey. On the artist side, she recently completed a docu-drama film about Charles Manson and his family that aired in March on Fox. Find Aeni Website - www.aenidomme.com Painted Warrior - www.thepaintedwarrior.com Instagram: @aenimakeup Show...


#098 - Rosanna Kuit - Biking Solo the Carretera Austral through Chile to Argentina

Rosanna Kuit is a 28-year-old living in southern England. She is self-employed transporting horses around the UK and Europe as a lorry driver. Rosanna got hooked on obstacle racing in 2014 but knee issues have made it tough at times to compete. After her latest knee surgery in June 2017, she decided she wanted to cycle the Carretera Austral through Chile to Argentina. She bought a bike on eBay and set off in November for her two-month adventure. When home she enjoys hiking all over the...


#097 - Ariella Daly of Honeybee Wild and Beekeeping in Skirts Talks Shamanic Beekeeping and How Bees Can Connect Us to the Earth

Ariella Daly is a beekeeper, musician, and storyteller. She teaches natural beekeeping, dreamwork and women’s workshops utilizing European shamanic practices. A student of the Path of Pollen, she has studied honey bee shamanism and the way of the Melissae for the past 8 years in the United Kingdom. Ariella developed an interested in earth-centered traditions at an early age, which led her to study the myth and folk wisdom of her Celtic heritage. She utilizes her skills to address...


#096 - Kate Phillips - Talks the Cannabis Industry as it Move Out of Prohibition

Kate Phillips joins the podcast this week to talk about the fasting growing industry in the United States today, the Cannabis Industry. Kate is not only an industry expert but also shares her own personal story in this extended interview. We sat down in her apartment outside of Boston, Massachusetts to talk about the state of the industry in Massachusetts as well as how it compares to other states, finally how it all fits into federal regulation. Get all the links we talk about on the...


#095 - Jax Mariash - Stage Race World Record Holder and Founder of Stoked Coffee Roasters

Jax Mariash is a bit of a modern day wonder woman. She is an endurance stage racing world record holder in the 4-Desert Series, entrepreneur, founder of Stoked Coffee Roasters, and funny on top of it all. Jax and I sat down in an office above one of her two coffee shops in Park City, Utah recently to talk about her running career and Stoked Coffee Roasters the coffee roasting and shop she founded. As we talked she was prepping for the Marathon des Sables multi-day stage race in Morocco,...


#094 - Nicole Masters - All About Soil and How our Gut Microbiome Depends on the Health of the Soil

Nicole Masters is an independent Agroecologist, systems thinker and educator. She has a formal background in ecology, soil science, and organizational learning. She has been providing agricultural consulting and extension services since 2003. Nicole is recognized as a knowledgeable and dynamic speaker on the topic of soil health. Her team of soil coaches at Integrity Soils work alongside producers in the U.S., Canada and across Australasia. Supporting producers in taking their...


#093 - Kayleen Castelli - Environmental Lawyer and Team Leader for the Outdoor Women's Alliance

Kayleen Castelli talks about how she became involved with the Outdoor Women's Alliance a non-profit group that encourages women of all backgrounds to get out and get active. Castelli is an environmental lawyer by day and adventurer and grassroots leader at OWA Find Kayleen and OWA Kayleen Instagram: @kayleenclimbaholic OWA Website: https://www.outdoorwomensalliance.com/ OWA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outdoorwomensalliance OWA Instagram:...


#092 - Veronika Reinert - Obstacle Racing Photographer for EPIC Series Obstacle Challenge and Co-Founder of Mercenary Wars Race

Veronika Reinert is a California native currently living in Southern California. She received her double bachelor's degree from UC Berkeley in History and Dance & Performance Studies then went on to join the Army Reserve where she trained to be a nationally-certified pharmacy technician in a Combat Support Hospital. In addition, Veronika spent approximately 10 years teaching Pilates and fitness full-time before switching over to being the Marketing Director and Event Manager for EPIC...


091 - Dr. Deb Butler - Mastering our Food Cravings and Additions Through Rewriting Our Story Mentally With Food

Dr. Deb Butler utilizes a blend of brain science, nutrition, physiology, life coaching and life lessons, teaching REAL weight loss — lasting weight loss — starts from the inside out. Inside your BRAIN. At 50 years old, when she started her latest round of dieting at Weight Watchers (so she could lose the same 30 pounds for the 100th time), she had one big NEW problem... the weight wasn’t coming off like it used to. She was depressed and not sleeping. Her doctor said, “Welcome to...