The Conscious Cut

The Conscious Cut

Hello world! The Conscious Cut is a podcast created by two friends in the Pacific Northwest, JeLisa of The Stylist Way and Ny of Saat Beauty, who are passionate about conscious living. Each episode will explore our point of view on life and style, as women of color, with local guests who support the Black, Indigenous, People of Color community. Join in on the journey every 1st Wednesday of the month. Follow us @theconsciouscut on social media. Support this podcast:


May 3, 2023 32 mins

If you have a sweet tooth, beware! Our next guest, Ashanti Mayfield of Creamy Cone Cafe, is a mother of two on a mission to serve up happiness by the scoop! Tune in to find out why motherhood inspired this commitment and how the lessons can be applied to taking care of yourself and your community. Special thanks to @creamyconecafe!

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You know what they say. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Right? Well, for Elizabeth Lopez of rue Santé, this is true...and more. Beauty is health and health is beauty. It's less about how you look and more about how you feel, making time to slow down and check in with yourself. If this resonates, this episode is for you. Elizabeth shares how rue Santé has acted a "healing balm" through life's toughest moments and ways you can ...
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March 1, 2023 26 mins

What makes a good leader?

Trustworthiness? Kindness? Organization? Respectfulness?

Our next guest, @twinanobles, found the key is leading with authenticity. Whether you are responsible for just yourself or others matters not; it's all about understanding the magnitude of your impact. Tune in to hear a powerful testimony that will encourage you to own every chapter of your story and use it to create your unique leadership style.


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February 1, 2023 27 mins

You know the saying. All you need is love. As cliche as it sounds, if you dig deep enough, you'll find it is true. Our next guests, Veronica Very and Hiawatha D., are living proof. Tune in to hear all about their love story and the impact that Black love, specifically, has had in their life, their work and their community. Special thanks to @veronicaverydavis @hiawathad @wowgalleryexp.

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January 5, 2023 43 mins
Change is inevitable. Everything and everyone is in constant flux. Figuring out how to manage it all can be quite overwhelming. Our next guest, Alana Belle - a spirit-led educator, facilitator, speaker and mentor, is no stranger to dealing with the highs and lows of life. Tune in to hear a bit of her story and receive some sage advice. Special thanks to @alanabellecreative. ***Warning: This episode mentions suicidal ideation. If y...
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December 7, 2022 45 mins

If you're ready to cultivate fruitful connections, and encourage the development or growth of those around you, this is the episode you want to listen to.⁣ Through her inherited gifts, Intuitive Catalyst, Leilani Mañulu, asks us to exercise our intuition, and help others access their greatness.⁣ Leilani is a shaman, leadership visionary, DEI expert, and spiritual mentor supporting intuitive leaders in reconnecting with their spirit...

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We caught up with Lashonya Hamilton to gain a better understanding about the impact social media influencers have on style. Lashonya is an internationally published Fashion Stylist with a talent for business and marketing. With a passion for serving the community, she has also leveraged her social media to bring awareness to 30+ small businesses. Find her on all social media platforms. --- Support this podcast: htt...
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Colleen Echohawk (Pawnee, Athabascan), CEO of Eighth Generation, is on a mission to bring real Native art to all. Situated in the iconic Pike Place Market, Eighth Generation, is a Native-owned and artist-centric lifestyle brand working to combat cultural appropriation with their authentic Native-designed home goods and products. Listen to learn the difference between "inspired Natives" and Native-inspired, so you don't get caught s...
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One of our most conscious conversations yet! We caught up with the Chief Sustainability and Business Development Officer, Therese Hayes, to learn what happens when a few hometown heroes join forces to transform the culture. The House of LR&C is not your average fashion house. It is a movement. Special thanks to Therese and @thehouseoflrc! --- Support this podcast:
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August 3, 2022 33 mins
Kiko Eisner-Waters, founder of The Cura Co., joins us to talk about the magic of small business, it's social impact, and why part of being a purposeful brand means supporting the communities we live in. The Cura Co. is a space for discovering and cultivating your impact as a global citizen, through mindfulness workshop or collaborating with local and international artisan partners.  Special thanks to Kiko! Shop, attend events, o...
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July 6, 2022 24 mins
Our special guest is Anthony and Marlie Love, the duo behind Traveling While Black - a show where they travel to different locations, then rate their experience as black people visiting for the first time. --- Support this podcast:
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Are you financially healthy? Yes? No? Maybe so? Our next guest, Lamar Hammond is a Branch Manager of a US Bank in the Greater Seattle area. Having worked in the industry for 11 years, Lamar has become an expert on money and people management - helping the community with their financial needs. He answers our biggest questions and tells us how to build better habits, personally and professionally. Special thanks to Lamar for stoppin...
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May 4, 2022 29 mins
Ifeoma Okwu is a board-certified nurse practitioner and owner of the Weight Loss & Health Clinic by Embodied Wellness, a holistic-centered, root-cause driven approach to medical weight loss and wellness.⁣ ⁣ Ifeoma has committed her personal and professional life to helping others achieve sustainable health and wellbeing. She is an advocate for ensuring that all people from all backgrounds can enjoy the benefits of restorative medic...
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April 6, 2022 31 mins
We're joined by special guest Elisa Yip, Founder and Creative Director of Sskein. She spent her career designing for fashion brands and high end retailers in New York, across Asia and finally Seattle, where she settled with her family.  After spending years in corporate America, she decided to take a leap of faith and venture into entrepreneurship. --- Support this podcast:
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March 2, 2022 38 mins
We are joined by Meesa Pedrozo, a healer, energy practitioner, and owner of Harmonics 253 - a sacred healing space in Tacoma, Washington. She offers a comprehensive treatment system of Western medicine and Eastern practices using Reiki, energy healing, and sound work to create harmony in the mind, body, and spirit.⁣ ⁣ Listen now to hear her tips and techniques to help relieve stagnation, restore our whole being, increase happiness ...
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February 2, 2022 37 mins
Nancy Leal joins us from Dress for Success Seattle (@dfs.seattle) to talk about the challenges of finding clothes that celebrate all bodies, genders and lifestyles. After witnessing the negative effects these challenges were having on clients, she repositioned herself from stylist to activist, calling out brands to embrace individuality through inclusivity. Special thanks to Nancy! If you're interested in hosting a clothing drive o...
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Happy New Year, World!⁣ ⁣We're kicking off 2022 with a very special guest - Ayesha Barenblat, CEO and founder of Remake, a sustainable fashion non-profit organization that's on a mission to change the industry’s harmful practices on people and our planet.⁣ ⁣Through education, advocacy and transparency, Ayesha's vision for Remake and the fashion community is to make sustainability accessible and inclusive to all.⁣ ⁣For more on Remak...
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December 1, 2021 20 mins
Before we wrap up 2021, let's take a trip down memory lane. We recap some of our learnings on this journey, and share stand out episodes. We hope that we've inspired you to “be conscious” at the beginning, middle and end of every year from here on out. We’ll start with the top three episodes that resonate with you all the most... --- Support this podcast:
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November 3, 2021 29 mins
Fashion Activist, Adam Montelongo dropped in to let us know what inclusion looks like (and doesn't look like) in sustainable fashion - as well as how one can get into this segment of the industry when it seems like the odds are stacked against you. Tune in for the full scoop. It's a good one! --- Support this podcast:
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October 6, 2021 30 mins
In this episode, we caught up with Mustapha Samateh to break down the difference between cultural appropriation and appreciation in fashion. --- Support this podcast:
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