*LIVE* Interview With Jenna Roberts – How Do You Listen to Your Intuition?

What does the word intuition mean to you?

Do you feel you have an inner voice guiding you?

Have you ever ignored your spidey sense, then later regretted it?

Whether it is telling you “no, get outta here”, or “this is the correct path, proceed”, your intuition is always telling you something, your task is to listen and interpret these messages.

Check out our recent interview with Jenna Roberts to learn how you can use your inner guide to help you make the best choices around food, shopping, even dating.

*LIVE* Interview with Nedra Rezinas

Feeling icky about Social Media, burned out on Newsletters, and tired of Zoom calls that have no meaning? Watch the video below to learn Nedra’s tips for setting boundaries. Free up your time and be less stressed out!

I’ve gotten to know Nedra over the past few years through her Wonder Women in Business meetup group. She is super knowledgeable about all things website, tech, and social media, and she is always learning new things. In a recent meeting she said “Be curious, things are always changing”. This was a great lesson for me.

Chatting with Nedra is like talking to an old friend. She has mastered the art of being productive and driven, always connecting with new people, while staying relaxed and easy going.

Nedra Rezinas

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Anne

*LIVE* Interview With The Founder Of Equal Ground School Saturday December 5th

Good things are happening during the pandemic. New ideas, new ways of working, and new ways of learning.

Check out our interview with Tim Morita of Equal Ground School.


He and his business partner have created an outdoor learning center in the driveway of his Northeast Portland home.

I saw his story in this Willamette Week article, and wanted to learn more.
From the article:

Morita and his business partner Aaron Allison rented a tent and portable toilet; bought desks, chairs, plastic dividers, an air filtration system as well as heaters; hired two tutors; and installed high-speed internet all on their own dime—about $15,000 a month, to be precise. Morita credits “effective altruism”—using one’s own capital to better the lives of others—as his determination for this experiment, which he hopes to run until the end of the school year.

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~Anne

Blues musician Lisa Mann

*LIVE* Interview With Blues Bassist Lisa Mann

We took a little break for September, but our live interviews are back baby!

I’m super excited to chat with musician Lisa Mann. I first saw her perform live at the Waterfront Blues Festival. She knocked my socks off and I’ve been following her ever since. She has a new album out (click here to pick yours up today – you can choose an actual CD, streaming or downloadable audio file).

Watch the recording of our interview to learn how she got her start, the story behind the “monkey” song on her new album, and what she’s been up to during the pandemic.

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As always, you are welcome to tune in with your video and audio on or off (if you wish to remain incognito).

Who should we talk to next? Call me with your interview suggestions (503) 705-4762.

~Anne

*LIVE* Interview with Jerry – AKA Portland Pizza Peddler

Did y’all miss our live interview with Jerry – AKA Portland Pizza Peddler? Catch up with the recording below!

I accidentally scheduled Jerry’s interview the middle of the Blazers game. We didn’t do push ups or anything fitnessy, just cracked some beers (well he had a beer, I had a glass of wine) and talked about Chicago-style pizza, our favorite Portland food carts, and the Blazers of course.

You are welcome to listen to these interviews with the video off like you would a podcast (although you will miss seeing Jerry’s epic ‘stash!).

I’m Anne McCranie, owner of Fluid Movement + Massage LLC. I started doing these almost weekly “pandemic interviews” in April 2020 as a way to entertain myself, and to expose you, the people I love, to interesting people and ideas. We’ve learned about skincare, decluttering, automating your day, technology, running safety, insurance, mental toughness, acupuncture, intermittent fasting, R.O.S.S., the farmers market, and dance lessons. Who should we chat with next?