Jessie has lived in Texas for 20 years now (half her life) and still ponders "what makes a Texan?" Prickly and Blooming is a weekly conversational podcast hosted by Jessie Browning *now focused* on the women of Texas. Weekly interviews with guests who share their story. Minisodes to dig into women from Texas history. P&B is the society & culture podcast home for the women of Texas.

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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, Karen speaks with host Jessie Browning about finding her joy. She talks about how she went from engineering and law to writing her books, including her most recent one, The Lightmaker's Manifesto: How to Work for Change without Losing Your Joy. Karen also shares how she came up with her definition of what it means to be an activist. 

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:01] Intro
  • [00:57] Listener survey
  • [03:38] Meet Karen
  • [06:17] Baseball card stats
  • [07:12] Her relationship with Texas
  • [08:45] From engineering and law to writing
  • [13:27] How she keeps her joy
  • [18:43] When she decided
  • [25:24] Journaling, sketching and photography
  • [34:59] A different brain space
  • [38:17] Defining activism
  • [46:55] Finding joy when there's sorrow
  • [55:26] Jessie's rapid fire questions
  • [1:00:06] Contacting Karen 

Resources Mentioned:

Standout Quotes:

  • "The way that you keep joy is first of all, the very first thing you have to understand the difference between joy and happiness." -Karen [13:58]
  • "I think a lot of people are under the misconception that joy can't be cultivated." -Karen [17:30]
  • "So now that starts to feel a little better and more accessible, and now it's possible for you to start thinking, 'Oh, you know what? Activism isn't this scary, intimidating thing. And it actually can be something where I harness this stuff that I really love to do anyway and figure out how can I be of service." -Karen [46:53] 

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00:00:00 10/12/2021

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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, Maria speaks with host Jessie Browning about launching IssueVoter, a non-profit organization that provides everyone an equal voice in democracy by making civic engagement accessible, efficient and impactful. Maria talks about her political experience that led her to this. She also shares what it was like growing up in Austin compared to now.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:02] Intro
  • [03:11] Listener survey
  • [05:04] Meet Maria
  • [07:04] Maria's relationship to Texas
  • [12:39] The plan after college
  • [14:53] Her experience with the legislature
  • [17:05] Working on a political campaign in Iowa
  • [23:56] Leaving New York
  • [27:24] IssueVoter
  • [35:15] Moving back to Austin
  • [44:16] What's next with IssueVoter
  • [51:35] Maria recommends to visit Austin
  • [53:32] Jessie's rapid fire questions
  • [1:00:56] Contacting Maria

Resources Mentioned:

Standout Quotes:

  • "People are not hearing about, like every single week, there are decisions being made, and we don't know about them. And it's true, some of these decisions don't really affect you. I mean not every bill is going to always affect every single person's day to day life, but they are bills that could be on issues that you care about and that do affect you and you don't even know about them." -Maria [20:03]
  • "Like any non-profit, like any tech non-profit, like any new venture, I would say there's definitely been ups and downs. It's not all like roses all the time, but big picture, I am really happy with what I'm doing and the impact we've been able to create in the world so far." -Maria [31:28]
  • "When I say use IssueVoter, it's not just like selfish. Use IssueVoter. We are starting to see and we know that it impacts people's habits around civic engagement, when then the big picture, of course, is how we influence policy that affects our lives and create a better world and shape the world around us and have member of Congress truly represent their constituents. So that is the vision, like we want to truly have everyone's voices be heard." -Maria [52:56]

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00:00:00 10/5/2021
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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming Podcast, host Jessie Browning revisits her first episode to give an understanding of who she is and how she came to this project. At age 35, Jessie theoretically adored her life; she was a mama to four children and owned multiple businesses with her husband. But without an ability to cope or care for herself, an isolating darkness crept in. Through reckless self care, therapy, and lots of candor; Jessie found her joie again. She created Lajoie Society to embolden others to do the same. Each week, we will meet a woman who has an authentic story to share. Undoubtedly, Jessie will be sharing her big heart, unusual life, and countless theories with you along the way.

Episode Timeline:

  • [03:26] Jessie shares about how she met her husband in My Space years ago
  • [05:28] Having four children in a wild succession
  • [06:44] Jessie talks about her passionate motivation to start this podcast
  • [09:04] The meaning behind the names: Prickly and Blooming and Lajoie Society
  • [10:02] The significance of the cactus to Jessie: thorns and flowers, joy and pain, all needs to be celebrated
  • [11:22] Who are going to be guests on this podcast? "Regular" women that have something to share to help move, inspire and motivate other women
  • [12:25] Jessie opens up about her story and the pain that lead to her joy
  • [19:09] Facing shame and guilt, trying unsuccessfully to "forget about it"
  • [20:15] Jessie promised herself she will never be drunk again
  • [22:10] Jessie decided to take back her body, losing weight, exercising and not drinking that much
  • [24:39] Yoga set Jessie's heart on fire
  • [28:06] Starting a food log and learning about the right nutrition choices
  • [30:11] The moment Jessie decided to be a stay-at-home Mom
  • [32:55] Jessie experiencing losing herself and questions her roles and identity
  • [33:29] Drinking to cope was not suitable anymore
  • [35:38] How yoga and meditation brought Jessie up into her physical and mental strength
  • [37:03] Jessie found a therapist that lead her into the problem that was holding her back
  • [39:17] Starting EMDR sessions (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy)
  • [40:35] You don't need to suffer alone
  • [41:52] Share your story and that can change the life of others

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00:00:00 9/29/2021
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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, Kim Kaupe speaks with host Jessie Browning about moving to Texas during the pandemic and the experience so far. She also talks about becoming an accidental entrepreneur and the importance of celebrating your accomplishments. Listen to why you should actively publish your accomplishments on Linkedin and stop waiting to be picked.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:03] Intro
  • [10:32] Meet Kim
  • [11:00] Moving to Austin
  • [14:32] Remote working
  • [16:10] Kim's companies
  • [22:27] An accidental entrepreneur 
  • [24:52] Celebrate your accomplishments
  • [31:16] Using LinkedIn
  • [39:39] Stop waiting to be picked
  • [44:26] What happens when she has a crap day
  • [46:43] Her experience in Texas
  • [52:50] Coffee With Kim
  • [56:59] Jessie's rapid fire questions
  • [1:05:37] Contacting Kim

Resources Mentioned:

Standout Quotes:

  • "That was the farthest thing from my mind ever, that I ever thought I could do, but kind of the rest is history. Started the company at 25 and honestly, planned for it to fail, because 92% of startups do fail. So I actually had an entire business plan of what would happen when I failed, and I had no business plan for success, which is quite ironic." -Kim [24:27]
  • "You should be screaming this from the rooftops. And not only that, but most of the time, your friends, your family and those people around you, like they're ready to applaud you. They're ready to buy you a cake and put a sparkler in it, but if you don't tell them that you're celebrating, how are they supposed to know?" -Kim [28:56]
  • "Your career is not a kick ball. Stop waiting to be picked." -Kim [40:03]

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00:00:00 9/20/2021
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In this minisode of Prickly and Blooming, Jessie is interviewed by Barbara Schroeder, creator of Netflix's Evil Genius and PodcastOne's Bad Bad Thing. Jessie was recently named one of the finalists for Podcast One's SELF MADE Competition and has the chance to win a podcasting contract worth $100,000. Jessie shares the idea behind Prickly and Blooming while Barbara shares her thoughts on the podcast.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:02] Intro
  • [04:47] The idea behind the podcast
  • [08:48] Barbara's thoughts on the podcast

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00:00:00 9/17/2021
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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, host Jessie Browning speaks with Buck about living in a small town. Buck shares how she ended up in Texas and then in Marfa, where she runs a store and offers an artist residency. She talks about the importance of contributing and how she contributes through her position as city council member.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:03] Intro
  • [04:08] Meet Buck
  • [07:07] What does Texas mean to her
  • [09:10] Moving to Texas and first impressions
  • [11:37] Born on the web
  • [15:21] How she ended up in Marfa
  • [20:22] Wrong Marfa and Camp's art
  • [24:37] Getting involved with the art scene
  • [27:09] Relationship to small town politics
  • [31:17] Biggest contributor to her Texas pride
  • [33:35] Small town's big presence
  • [38:36] Possibly El Paso
  • [41:46] Jessie's rapid fire questions
  • [46:23] Contacting Buck

Resources Mentioned:

Standout Quotes:

  • "I'd like to say that I was born on the web." -Buck [12:55]
  • "Our store is very artist driven." -Buck [25:41]
  • "I've always said that I think the most important word, and especially in a small town, is the word contribute. If you're not contributing, then kind of like I'm just not really much interested in you. I really feel like people need to contribute." -Buck [28:16]

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00:00:00 9/15/2021
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In the second episode of this two-part series, Maylee Willson continues her honest conversation about alcoholism with Prickly and Blooming host Jessie Browning. She talks about the events leading up to February 27, 2018 when she checked into a treatment center to detox. Maylee has been sober since February 28, 2018. 

Listen to how she adjusted to life after treatment. She shares her experience attending her first AA meeting and how those meetings saved her life.

Episode Timeline:

  

    • [00:03] Intro 
    • [02:24] Something's gotta change 
    • [06 35] The last selfie before getting sober 
    • [07:38] Word of the year: commitment 
    • [09:05] February 27, 2018 
    • [12:25] Going into treatment 
    • [14:23] Her first AA meeting 
    • [17:16] Brene Brown Book Club 
    • [18:15] "Rehab is gonna suck" 
    • [24:40] Family Day 
    • [26:16]Untamed by Glennon Doyle 
    • [29:19] Finding her sponsor 
    • [34:12] Adjusting to life after treatment 
    • [38:08] Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis 
    • [44:43] Word of 2020: community 
    • [46:47] Jessie's rapid fire questions 
    • [50:19] Contacting Maylee Willson 
  • [51:34] Outro 

 

Resources Mentioned:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous 
  • Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis 
  • I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't): Making the Journey from "What Will People Think?" to "I Am Enough" by Brené Brown 
  • Untamed by Glennon Doyle 
  • Serenity House
    Standout Quotes:
  • "I think the more that we share our honest, real stories about what alcoholism looks like and who it affects, the more we can reach other people who are suffering and maybe affect them to step out of the storyline they've been living and try a new one." -Jessie Browning [01:23] 
  • "That was the first AA meeting that I've ever gone to and that was the first time that I ever said out loud 'I am an alcoholic' and that was the first time in my life that I met people who knew what I felt like." -Maylee Willson [14:36] 
  • "Treatment got me sober. It gave me a safe space to get clean and it taught me a lot, but then AA has kept me that way. AA is really what has saved my life." -Maylee Willson [35:03]
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00:00:00 9/10/2021
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In this special minisode of Prickly and Blooming, host Jessie Browning dives into some Texas history and talks about Barbara Jordan, the first African American elected to the Texas Senate since 1898 and the first Southern African-American woman elected to the United States House of Representatives.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:03] Intro
  • [00:41] Barbara's speech at Nixon's impeachment hearings
  • [02:01] About Barbara Jordan
  • [06:25] Barbara and LBJ
  • [07:02] A launch into the national spotlight
  • [08:46] Retiring from political life
  • [09:23] Her legacy

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00:00:00 9/10/2021
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Maylee Willson remembers the day she woke up in a bed at a detox center in Abilene, TX. It was February 28, 2018. She asked herself how did she get there? It became the start of a very honest conversation with herself that she never had before. In the first episode of a two-part series, Maylee talks with Prickly and Blooming host Jessie Browning about the origins of her alcoholism and how it started to affect her family with a young child. Episode Timeline: [00:03] Intro [03:44] The moment that changed Maylee Willson [05 30] What got here there? [09:02] The progression from her first drink [14:53] Hangxiety [17:10] Drinking starts affecting her life [23:51] An intervention [26:20] Moving back to Abilene [29:55] Going through recovery during pregnancy [36:01] Back to work [39:34] Mommy wine culture [42:41] Feeling empty Resources Mentioned: Alcoholics Anonymous Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis Hangxiety Standout Quotes: "There's this cycle that I was in and that I know that has happened to lots of other alcoholics is that you drink to ease this anxiety, but then the anxiety comes from the alcohol, so you're just constantly trying to find relief from something." -Maylee Willson [16:19] "Looking back on it, it's like I know that the action that I'm taking that is giving me this result, but I just couldn't realize you have to take that action out of your life." -Maylee Willson [21:06] "The number one reason that I want to do this and have this conversation with you is I just cannot live with myself knowing that there are other women out there who are going through what I had been through. I cannot let them do that without saying there is a way out of this. Whether you want to do it or not, there's hope and there are options." -Maylee Willson [42:01] Connect: Connect with Lajoie Society: Lajoie Society is Prickly & Blooming; please rate, review, and subscribe. Lajoie Society on Instagram Lajoie Society on Facebook Lajoie Society on Twitter Lajoie Society Website Learn more about Maylee Willson: LillyCakes Quilting on Facebook
00:00:00 9/9/2021
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The tables are turned in this episode of Prickly and Blooming, as Jessie Browning sits in the guest chair and is interviewed by Amanda, a podcast launch specialist, podcast coach and producer. Jessie talks about her new direction that focuses on Texas women on the show. She also shares what she's learned through the podcast.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:03] Intro
  • [05:44] Meet Amanda
  • [07:49] Amanda takes the reins
  • [08:25] The concept before the shift
  • [11:03] Exploring what it means to be Texan
  • [17:26] What planted to seed to shift the show focus
  • [23:23] What makes Texan women so special
  • [27:25] Honing the skill of podcasting
  • [40:10] Jessie's identity with Texas
  • [47:40] How to Jessie grow and achieve this vision
  • [53:37] Contacting Amanda

Resources Mentioned:

Standout Quotes:

  • "Women who think they don't have a story usually have the most universal story. The ones that people can connect to the absolute most." -Jessie [10:45]
  • "I want to learn about the state through the people of the state." -Jessie [27:14]
  • "I think that the thing that is most important about podcasting and growing an audience is consistency because people get really used to hearing you on a certain day, you know. They want consistency and know that you're there." -Amanda [38:10]

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00:00:00 9/8/2021
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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, host Jessie Browning speaks with Sterry, a writer based in Marfa. Sterry talks about her writing career and how a letter to the editor got her a job at the local newspaper. She shares why the newspaper was special at that time and a few of her favorite memories. She then talks about her move to write for Texas Monthly, which she continues to do now.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:03] Intro
  • [01:19] Growing up in Texas
  • [07:59] A Thanksgiving trip to Far West Texas
  • [10:28] So what was the plan?
  • [11:59] A letter to the editor
  • [16:36] Why The Big Bend Sentinel is special
  • [27:10] Writing for Texas Monthly
  • [33:58] Absorbing words
  • [37:33] Full circle
  • [39:46] Jessie's rapid fire questions

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Standout Quotes:

  • "We would track down these tiny details that made all the difference, but no one ever knew. No one knew the extent to which we went to get things right, and it made all the difference." -Sterry [18:08]
  • "All of it was taken with such deliberation and seriousness and effort. It was really a beautiful way to exist in the world. To be of service like that, because that's how all three of us really looked at it, was as a form of service." -Sterry [18:55]
  • "So what I end up writing about mostly, what I realized is at the center of all the stories that I do is some aspect of noticing beauty." -Sterry [31:53]

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00:00:00 9/1/2021
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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, host Jessie Browning speaks with Chelsea, a digital marketer and business strategist. Chelsea talks about moving from a small town in Texas to getting a fresh start in San Antonio after she called off her wedding. She also shares what inspired her to pursue her current career.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:03] Intro
  • [01:16] Meet Chelsea
  • [03:52] Where she grew up
  • [07:58] Moving to San Antonio
  • [11:58] Almost married and the pushback
  • [19:02] Enjoying life and adventuring
  • [23:30] Inspired to start a new profit
  • [29:53] A new career path
  • [37:11] Digital marketing and business strategy
  • [41:38] Jessie's rapid fire questions
  • [50:05] Contacting Chelsea

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Standout Quotes:

  • "Am I defining myself or is the surroundings and the thought defining me?" -Chelsea [13:24]
  • "Coming from a small town like yes, it's great. Yes, we love it. Going back home is amazing, but there's just something about being able to pick up and move on your own out somewhere else." -Chelsea [23:15]
  • "I need to fail in order to grow. And that's one of the biggest things that I've learned is that if I'm not failing, I'm not growing. And I want to grow. I want to become bigger and better than what I am today because that's just part of life. You have to grow." -Chelsea [36:53]

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00:56:56 8/17/2021
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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, host Jessie Browning speaks with Chelse, founder and owner of Smoky Mmmm-Eats, a vegan, plant-based food company. Chelse talks about how leaving Texas to move to New England helped her appreciate her Texas and Louisiana roots, and she also shares how she went from chemical engineering to starting her own business.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:03] Intro
  • [02:10] About the Texas women series
  • [04:46] Meet Chelse
  • [06:04] The first time she left Texas
  • [08:28] Studying chemical engineering
  • [11:33] How the cities felt different
  • [17:50] An appreciation of where she came from
  • [21:16] Houston and Beaumont
  • [23:58] Tacos, husband and Boston
  • [30:42] Looked across the border in Rhode Island
  • [33:22] No more meat
  • [39:22] Creating her own vegan meat company
  • [45:40] BBQ and Southern culture
  • [50:06] Changing how vegan food is defined
  • [51:26] Contacting Chelse
  • [52:42] Jessie's rapid fire questions

Resources Mentioned:

Standout Quotes:

  • "I figured if I went to school in Texas, I thought I would never leave." -Chelse [09:25]
  • "Vegan food doesn't have to be a sacrifice." -Chelse [43:55]
  • "Food is a universal type of language. It transcends cultures, and I want vegan food to be able to do that as well." -Chelse [50:07]

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01:05:06 8/10/2021
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In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, host Jessie Browning starts her new series featuring Texas women. She speaks with Lesley, a photographer based in Marfa. Lesley shares how she started in photography and the events that led to her eventual move to Texas. She also discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic affected her gallery and what she's currently doing now.

Episode Timeline:

  • [00:03] Intro
  • [01:05] A new idea
  • [04:00] Meet Lesley
  • [04:40] Lesley's relation to Texas
  • [05:37] Where she's from and moving to Las Vegas
  • [07:43] What she did for work in Las Vegas
  • [08:45] Becoming a photographer
  • [11:06] Meeting her husband and the market crash
  • [13:53] Everything changed and moving to Marfa
  • [18:51] Becoming a wedding photographer
  • [24:12] Opening her studio and then COVID-19 hit
  • [31:41] What she's up to these days
  • [35:05] Lesley's identity as a Texas woman
  • [38:38] Jessie's rapid fire questions
  • [43:32] Contacting Lesley
  • [45:25] The Yelp series

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Standout Quotes:

  • "I really didn't ever want to work for anyone, and so I hustled. I mean, I hustled my whole life. I always found some way to have some job." -Lesley [07:49]
  • "When something like that happens, you do start to question your life and your choices, and you realize that life is short. I mean, it's a real slap in the face.'" -Lesley [14:56]
  • "I don't like it when people say, ‘Oh you got to get over it. You need to move on. You need to get over this.' I think that we have to move forward, whatever that is, and it's different.'" -Lesley [17:45]

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00:51:32 8/3/2021

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