23: How to Live Like A Grown Ass Woman with Cyndie Spiegel

In this first episode of 2020, Hope McGrath talks with Cyndie Spiegel, an in-demand keynote and TedX speaker, the founder of “Dear Grown Ass Women,” a community-led platform for women over the age of 35 and Author of “A Year of Positive Thinking.”  In this first episode for 2020, Cyndi Spiegel inspires with feminine-empowered wisdom and excellent insights on kickstarting your…
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22: Hope’s Lessons Learned & A Year in Review

In this episode, Hope McGrath shares reflections on a few life lessons she’s learned this year. In celebration of the launch of this Radiant Mix podcast, you’ll learn some of Hope’s key takeaways from talking to some incredible change-makers about life, multiracial identity, multicultural existence and everything in between…lots of teachable moments. There is also some mixed pop culture news…
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21: Mixed Teen Talk…with Julia and Ruby…City Girls Navigating Hair + Life

In this episode, I decided to bring on my daughter Ruby and niece Julia to talk about the mixed experience from their perspective.  Our conversation offers a glimpse of two teen girl city kids who share a few experiences navigating race, friends, colorism, confidence building techniques and of course hair, hair and more hair…which seems to be the biggest topic…
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20: Being Ambiguously Brown + The Power of Healing Oneself with Rebekah “Bex” Borucki

In this episode of Radiant Mix, I’m excited to introduce one inspirational woman…Rebekah “Bex” Borucki. Rebekah is a mother of five, TV host, meditation and yoga guide, birth doula, and author of “You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life: Simple 4-Minute Meditations for Inspiration, Transformation, and True Bliss” (Hay House 2017) and her brand new book, “Managing the Motherload: A Guide…
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19: Musings on Mixed•ish

In this solo-cast episode of Radiant Mix, I really wanted to talk about the new sitcom Mixed•ish on ABC. This breakout comedy about a mixed family has touched upon lots of typical mixed kid issues and I thought it would be fun to highlight a few that stood out to me. The show is the brainchild of Tracee Ellis Ross…
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