Through aggressive technical glitches Tracy and Sam Burns were still able to have an amazing and fun conversation about being aggressively ID'd for a lighter, how letting go and getting distance from bits can help as a person and in comedy and how once you hit your fifties it's party time! So think about the future you.
If you enjoyed this episode check out Sam Burns' album Bing Bing!
|Tracy discusses relationships and self love with Phil Luzi and use a mantra we could all use every day.|
|Listen as Tracy talks with comedian Rebecca Reeds about a good dance, lion taming, coffee breaths and how you can't have guests while you're cleaning house. Also, while you're at it, check out Rebecca's album today!|
|Tracy sends Tamara Shevon on a side quest to find a magical spring and discover that deep down we all have the same needs as plants.|
Luba Magnus and Tracy talk about the relaxing power of mindful walking (though counting steps for fast walkers can be pretty intense). Plus how mindfulness has helped them before performances but also how mindfulness isn't always the best thing on the subway.
Luba and Tracy also touch on the power of performance and Luba's show and web videos Drawn Up and her new variety show All You Need which is raising money for Second Harvest Food Rescue.
|A lovely conversation between Tracy and Collin Sideris about being mindful and considerate in your conversations with Tracy's master plan coming to fruition in the final moments of the episode.|
|Tracy catches up with Rachelle Lauzon to talk about mindful eating.|
|Tracy and Shirley Whalen get into the power of no and how it can help heal yourself and reconnect after an extended absence. It's the conversation the two of them needed to be had and it's a delight to hear the love.|
|Tracy chats with comedian Alan Shane Lewis about the sea of emotions that come with anxiety and overwhelm. While they're at it they tackle lobster, dinner or yucky sea bug, a battle to the death with a fly and expose embarassing things they did as kids.|