As part of the inaugural cohort of audio content creators in the Twitter Spaces Spark Program, GetSomeJoy co-founder Alexander Hardy hosts two weekly conversations at the intersections of mental and emotional wellness, food and kitchen wizardry, creativity, and community building.
One part mental health check-in. One part resource exchange.
Bring snacks and leave with tools for thriving.
Wednesdays @ 8pm EST
Sundays @ 7pm EST
Wed 1/12: Writers on the Writerly Process
Sun 1/16: Comfort Food Recipe Exchange
Wed 1/19: Literary Therapy session
Sun 1/23: National Pie Day Recipe Exchange
Wed 1/26: Literary Therapy
1/9: What has your limiting beliefs cost you?
1/6: Joy in the Garden (w/ Colah B. Tawkin, host of Black in the Garden podcast)
12/29: Mental health check-in + resource exchange
12/27: Setting + enforcing boundaries with family, friends, and at work
12/22: Mental health check-in + resource exchange
12/19: Mental health check-in + resource exchange
12/15: Literary Therapy: writing through guilt and shame
12/12: Wackaroni + Cheese: Family cooking horror stories
12/8: Caring for yourself while caring for others
12/5: We Losing Recipes: Carrying family recipes + traditions
12/1: Community Wellness Check-In
Books, articles, and tools for thriving offered from guests in previous GetSomeJoy Spaces:
Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents: How to Heal by Lindsay C. Gibson
All About Love: New Visions by bell hooks
Set Boundaries, Find Peace by Nedra Tawwab
Sisters of the Yam by bell hooks
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi
You Are Your Best Thing: Vulnerability, Shame Resilience by Tarana Burke
No Ashes In The Fire: Coming of Age Black and Free in America by Darnell L. Moore
In The Meantime by Iyanla Vanzant
Value In The Valley by Iyanla Vanzant
The Homecoming Podcast with Dr. Thema
And seeking low-cost therapy for individuals and families via Open Path Collective
“Literary Therapy: Caregiving, Shame, Self-Love, and Recovery” is an interactive four-part experience harnessing the cathartic power of writing and vulnerability to center joy, foster connection, and cultivate tools and strategies to cope and thrive during this raggedy moment in history.
Sunday Dec 12 + 19, January 9 + 16
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