MILF Podcast - Moms I'd Like to Follow
MILF Podcast - Moms I'd Like to Follow
Jennifer Tracy
Jennifer Tracy interviews moms about motherhood, entrepreneurship, sexuality and everything in between.
085 - Taking Charge with Gabby Zuccaro
Gabrielle Zuccaro is founder and CEO of Bleu Clothing, based in Los Angeles valuing excellence and customer service above all else. Her extensive experience abroad cemented her love for color, femininity, and fashion, inspiring her to start her own business. Gabby believes women can do anything, all while looking put together. While Gabby is the ultimate feminist, she loves to look beautiful for her husband, and gives her all to her son, husband, friends, clients, and anything else that crosses her path.
Jan 30, 2020
54 min
084 - Everlasting Hope with Lara MacGregor
Lara MacGregor is founder of Hope Scarves, created to turn heartbreak into hope after her breast cancer diagnosis at 30 years old and 7 months pregnant. ‘The Sisterhood of the Traveling Scarves’ has sent over 14,000 Hope Scarves around the globe and invested over $500,000 in Metastatic Breast Cancer Research. Lara has received many awards for her work, including The 100 most influential people fighting cancer, Small Business of the Year People’s Choice Award for Greater Louisville Inc., among many oth
Jan 23, 2020
49 min
083 - Podcaster Magic with Elsie Escobar
Elsie Escobar is an influencer, podcasting mentor, and co-host of She Podcasts and The Feed. A podcaster since 2006, her first podcast, Elsie’s Yoga Class, has now been downloaded over 4 million times! Her obsession for podcasting got her a job working with Libsyn, the leading podcast host and distribution network. Elsie co-hosts and produces The Feed: The Official Libsyn podcast—it's sole focus is keeping people podcasting. She also co-runs She Podcasts—the largest community for women in podcasting.
Jan 16, 2020
57 min
082 - It’s About the Paint with Mimi Feldman
Miriam Feldman is an artist, writer, and mental health activist. In 1988, Miriam founded Demar Feldman Studios, Inc., a wildly successful mural and decorative art company. Her work can be found everywhere from Wolfgang Puck’s Spago to Jay Leno’s Beverly Hills home. When her son Nick was diagnosed with schizophrenia, Miriam became an activist and a writer, and is active in leadership at NAMI Washington. Her story is featured on the cover of their current national newsletter.
Jan 9, 2020
1 hr 2 min
081 - Follow That Dream with Jennifer Tracy
Jennifer wishes everyone a Happy New Year and provides an update on the book she’s been writing over the past six years. In January, she will be flying to New York to meet with publishers and others who will be able to help turn her manuscript into a published novel! Jennifer encourages listeners to find their path and follow their dreams. Finally, Jennifer encourages listeners to check out the writing summit she’s put together and the two companies she’s collaborating with, My Tee Girls and Fluide.
Jan 2, 2020
26 min
080 - Eternally Yours with Blumes Liam Tracy
In this special bonus episode of MILF Podcast, Jennifer welcomes her son, Blumes Liam Tracy. Jennifer and Blumes discuss cars, gaming, movies, and his passion for World War II history. Blumes talks about what he enjoys most about the Christmas season and his thoughts on outrage culture, the affect that video games have had on his generation, and his experience having two very contrasting sides of his family. Finally, Jennifer and Blumes talk about eternal love and appreciation they have for one another.
Dec 31, 2019
41 min
079 - Just Tell Your Story with Erica Messer
Erica Messer is an accomplished showrunner, executive producer, writer, creator of dramatic TV series, and working mom, recently serving her 9th and final year as Executive Producer, Showrunner, and Head Writer of Criminal Minds, a series consistently ranked as TV's #1 suspense thriller. In 2018, Erica completed her first documentary feature film, The Biggest Little Farm, which has gone on to win awards at various film festivals, including 7 nominations for the Critics' Choice Awards for Documentary Films.
Dec 26, 2019
58 min
078 - The Forever Conversation with Jules Blaine Davis
Former guest, kitchen healer, and mother, Jules Blaine Davis talks about grief, loss, personal tragedy, spirituality, being present, and maintaining faith. Jules also opens up about her recent diagnosis and subsequent battle with sarcoma. Finally, Jules discusses her project, Patreon, a healing collective of women all over the world, which provides women a space to learn the language of longing, find the sacred in the mundane, and everything in between.
Dec 19, 2019
1 hr 23 min
077 - Sex Camming and the Single Mom with Anonymous
This week’s very first anonymous MILF is a graduate of USC, single mother, and cammer (a person who sells their sexuality on camera — our guest keeps her identity anonymous to her clients). As a single mother struggling to get by after a brutally painful extrication from an abusive marriage, our guest discovered camming by happenstance. Anonymous speaks to the subculture of sex, camming, and turning her hobby into a stream of income to survive and take care of her daughter.
Dec 12, 2019
1 hr 5 min
076 - All the Way OM with Katie Henricks
This week's guest is relationship and intimacy coach, Katie Henricks. Her background in education & human sexuality, Katie teaches clients the art of connection, healthier relationships, and emotional wellness through vulnerability. Her coaching methods utilize effective communication tools, masculine/feminine dynamics, and the process of desire and expression. Her mission is to empower clients in their deepest desires, helping them own those desires while expressing them in a healthy way.
Dec 5, 2019
59 min
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