The Earth Sea Love Podcast – Season 2

The Earth Sea Love Podcast is back. After wintering during the first quarter of 2021, with the changes felt in the air, we return with even more wonderful conversations.

Season 1, was a resounding success with nearly 2000 downloads from just 20 episodes. Starting from nothing and just spreading the word here and on Instagram, we have made a tremendous impact. We have created something that we are really proud of and something that was not even conceivable this time last year.

We hope the second season is just as good, if not better as we settle into the different roles of podcasting and hopefully begin to repurpose some of the amazing content we have contained within this podcast. Enjoy

SEASON 2, EPISODE 022

Welcome to Season 2 of The Earth Sea Love Podcast – Episode 021

Episode Summary

Welcome back to The Earth Sea Love Podcast. Season 2, already. We’re super excited to be landing in your space again with some wonderful and lovely conversation with women of colour from around the world. We spend time together, virtually, sharing our love and connection with nature. Enjoy.


SEASON 2, EPISODE 023

Season 2, 022 – pt. 1 – Trees and Journaling with Jackee Holder

Episode Summary

Welcome to our first conversation of 2021 with Jackee Holder with Sheree Mack, your host of The Earth Sea Live Podcast. Jackee is an executive leadership coach and coach trainer working across a range of sectors living on the last road of London. This is part 1, of the 2 part conversation.


SEASON 2, EPISODE 024

Season 2, 023 – pt. 2 – Trees and Journaling with Jackee Holder

Episode Summary

Welcome to our first conversation of 2021 with Jackee Holder with Sheree Mack, your host of The Earth Sea Live Podcast. Jackee is an executive leadership coach and coach trainer working across a range of sectors living on the last road of London. This is part 1, of the 2 part conversation.


Season 2, 024 – Don’t Sacrifice Your Skin For Anyone

Episode Summary


The Earth Sea Love Podcast is shaking things up this season through sharing creative works from women of colour which explore our relationships and connections with nature.