Ep 40 - Crafty Chica & Perseverance

Hello listeners! 

We're back with another episode this week and this time, we had a conversation with Kathy Cano-Murillo also known as Crafty Chica! 

Kathy is an author, artist & founder of the award-winning brand, CraftyChica. She spreads the gospel of glitter – literally through her DIY projects and figuratively through her speeches, workshops, books, and essays. A former syndicated columnist for The Arizona Republic, she is now a full-time creativepreneur which has led multiple Crafty Chica mass retail product lines, and partnerships with Coca-Cola, HSN, HP, WordPress, Disney & many others. She has authored seven craft books and two novels and has been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, Huffington Post, Buzzfeed+ more. Kathy is Mexican-American, a native Phoenician, mom of two, a wifey, and owner of five Chihuahuas!

Kathy’s life’s mission to inspire others to bring out their inner sparkle – and to see the sparkle in others. She believes in paying it forward and setting a positive example. She uses CraftyChica.com to share all the little and big things that make life sweet!

Kathy is awesome and during our conversation, she gave us great life lessons with her fantastic storytelling. We talked about her recent quinceañera for her blog, how she purchased her kids a website when they turned 16, the importance of investing in yourself and more.

Thank you Kathy for opening the doors of your studio! 

Coffee of the day: Tres leches cafe in Phoenix, AZ. 

Learn more about Kathy: Her website Crafty Chica and @craftychica on all things social

Ep 30 - Vivian Nunez and

Hello listeners!

This week we talked to Vivian Nunez! 

Vivian is the Founder of Too Damn Young, a resource and community for teens and young adults who have lost someone they love. She produces digital content for other creatives and entrepreneurs. Also, Vivian is the creator behind Creating Espacios, a resource for the next generation of trailblazing Latinas.

During our conversation we talked about grief, how her life changed when her grandmother (who raised her) passed, mental health, and how important it is to remember our mothers even if they're not here with us. 

Here is the MTV article I referenced in the show. 

Coffee of the Day: BCB Bagels - Madagascar Latte

Vivian's QuoteMore heart, less attack

Vivian's Remedy: Be vulnerable

Connect with Vivian: 


Creating Espacios

Too Damn Young

Thank you to Henry Castro for producing the show and for the song of the show Negrita Bailadora. Find more about his music here

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XXOO - Pam

Ep 21 - Jorge and Nancy: Co-Parenting

Hello listeners! 

We are back with another show with great guests. This time we talked to Jorge and Nancy Narvaez Salas, parents of 12 year old Alexa, 8 year old Eliana and baby Aaron.  

Jorge and Nancy spent 6 years separated and all of that time they co-parented their children. Two years ago, they realized that they were meant to be together forever.

Today, Jorge and Nancy’s purpose is to make sure that their children grow up in a loving nurturing home by creating a solid foundation that will allow them to grow up to be strong adults.

During our conversation, Jorge and Nancy shared how they met, the struggle they went through raising Alexa and how they learned that ultimately the most important thing about having a family is making sure the kids are taken care of and happy. 

Coffee of the day: PublicUS Las Vegas. Thank you Favy from Latinos Who Lunch for taking me there! 

Jorge's Remedy: Sit by the fire and sex. 

Nancy's Remedy: Coffee (Nancy es de las mias).

Nancy's Quote: Two happy families are better than one unhappy one

Jorge's Quote: Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answer. ― Rainer Maria Rilke

Where can you find Jorge and Nancy: 

YouTube Channel: RealityChangers

Facebook: RealityChangers & SimplyNancySalas

Instagram: RealityChangers & SimplyNancySalas

Sneak Peak Video of this episode from Jorge and Nancy: 

Thank you to Henry Castro for being our fantastic producer and for the song of the show Negrita Bailadora. Find more about his music here

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Stay shining!