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2
Feb
2016

093 | Robyn Youkalis Retruns!

Screen Shot 2016-02-02 at 5.33.56 PMWhen I first started this podcast over 3 years ago I reached out to a bunch of people I admired to come on this show as guests…obviously.  This was a challenging task because at the time had zero followers so as you can imagine I got mostly no thank-you’s. However, a few people believed in me enough to give me over an hour of their time one-on-one time to come on my show. Robyn Youkilis was one of the few. Robyn was my fourth podcast guest (you can hear that convo here) and today she returns to the show with a bunch of huge life updates including the birth of her book Go With Your Gut. In this episode Robyn and I discuss body image, food, the writing process, and so many other elements of true holistic health. I’m so excited for you to listen to our conversation. Robyn is one smart lady who even reveals some cool secrets in this episode including the fact that she was in the movie Garden State. Listen to this episode for more on that and a bunch of other info on everything from digestive health to the negative effects of diet culture.

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LINKS WE MENTION:

Notes from the show:

-Join the listener Facebook Group
-Join the Wellness Wonderland Crew and become a book launch ambassador.
-Check out Vaginal Kung Fu the course I took with last week’s guest Kim. 
-My first episode Robyn is here!
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Episode #3 Quin Asteak
-Here’s her book!! Go With Your Gut preorder here!

Robyn’s website |  Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Her Book

My favorite lines & nuggets of wisdom: Some of them are TWEETABLES…Just click right on ‘em!

“Sometimes you need to write something wrong so that you can get to what’s right.”  on #WWRadio with @katiedalebout http://bit.ly/1QaGyY8

“Breathe into it we all need to have that space to feel into our emotions and see if there is something else going on.”

“Allow yourself the thought ’this is just how I feel right now’.”

“Explore, discover, and hear what your body needs everyday & adjust accordingly.”

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27
Jan
2016

092 | Valerie Chaney

297153_2424026686061_610761387_nSome episodes are short, some are the standard hour length, and others are about 3 hours long. This is one of those episodes. My podcast hero Pete Holmes hosts a show I’ve spoken about many times called, You Made It Weird where most of the episodes are over two hours. I love every minute of those deep long form conversations but when I’m hosting I try to be mindful of the guest’s time. This time though I knew my guest would understand that the conversation we were having was just good to end after an hour because she too loves Pete’s podcast. In fact, Valerie Chaney is Pete’s girlfriend but our mutual love of his podcast isn’t the only reason I wanted to have Val on the show. She’s one of the coolest, smartest, and most down to earth people I’ve met on the internet and maybe IRL too. Val works with the organization Real Girl, which empowers girls with amazing tools including body image, confidence, understanding your period, and even feminism. I love this convo with Val so much. We get into everything from spirituality, to relationships, to body image, to creativity, to feminism. I know you’ll love her as much as I do. Enjoy eavesdropping on our conversation and the hit of sunshine you’ll get through Val’s sweetness throughout the episode.

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LINKS WE MENTION:

Notes from the show:

-Join the listener Facebook Group
-Join the Wellness Wonderland Crew and become a book launch ambassador.
-Check out Vaginal Kung Fu the course I took with last week’s guest Kim. 
-Real Girl 
- You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes Podcast
-Pete‘s body image bit that is our favorite.
-Elizabeth Gilbert on Passion 

Val’s Instagram | Twitter hear Val on Pete’s 300th episode here.

My favorite lines & nuggets of wisdom: Some of them are TWEETABLES…Just click right on ‘em!

“See love as a bowl.  The healthier you are as an individual the more you can put into the love bowl.”

“You are such a better person for the other person you are in a relationship with, if you are a strong individual yourself.”

“Identify what is who you are naturally in your personality traits and what is you’ve been told you should be by society.”

“Above all, the most important thing is that you are always growing.”

“Growth should come from a place of loving yourself that you want to be the best person that you are and not from being hard and critical on yourself and wanting to change.”

“We need people to be uniquely themselves in order for this world to work at it’s highest function.”

“Unused creativity is not benign.” — Brene Brown

“To our core we are reflections of the universe.”

“Just be curious, it doesn’t matter if that looks like anyone else’s journey.”

“Find your tribe, it’s so important.”

“Don’t doubt yourself, trust your intuition & love the way that comes natural.”  on #WWRadio with @katiedalebout http://bit.ly/1WNKxz6

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Like the show? Leave a comment or question for me or our guest below. Also, it would be awesome if you could leave an iTunes review when you have a second too (just launch the iTunes application to get it to work).

20
Jan
2016

091 | Kim Anami

urlLast winter a coach of mine (also a past podcast guest, Elle Griffin) recomended I check out Kim Anami. Kim’s work explores sex, femininity, vaginal health, and relationships. To be honest I was really resistant and hesitant to explore these areas of my life. I didn’t feel comfortable with my sexuality and femininity at all, much less talking about it. At the same time though, I knew Kim’s work was exactly what I needed because it was far out of my comfort zone. I ended up signing up for Kim’s Vaginal Kung Fu course and diving in head first. While it was very new to me  I did it and learned so much about myself in the process. I’m so glad I found her work and as soon as it made a positive impact on my life I knew I had to share Kim’s work with you on the podcast. Today we get into why our sexual health is a crucial element to our overall holistic wellness and how we can better harness our powerful creative sexual energy. Go into listening to this episode with an open mind and if the content we discuss in the episode interests you check out Vaginal Kung Fu which is about to start soon and has a very helpful free video training series in preparation for that launch that you can watch for free here. There’s a lot of great info in the free videos alone.

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LINKS WE MENTION:

Notes from the show:

-Join the listener Facebook Group
-Join the Wellness Wonderland Crew and become a book launch ambassador.
-Check out Vaginal Kung Fu the course I took with Kim. 
-My Book Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling

Kim’s website | Instagram | Twitter | Check Kim’s course I took Vaginal Kung Fu here

My favorite lines & nuggets of wisdom: Some of them are TWEETABLES…Just click right on ‘em!

“We all get tossed clues throughout our growth and evolution in our lives, and you either take the clue and the next step or you ignore it.”

“If intimacy is thriving in your life it uplifts every other part of your life.”

“Sexual energy is a life force energy. It is literally the energy that creates life… it is the creative force and essence of who we all are.”

“Often what we resist is what we need the most.”

“When you find yourself too much in your head, the best thing is to get into your body.”

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Like the show? Leave a comment or question for me or our guest below. Also, it would be awesome if you could leave an iTunes review when you have a second too (just launch the iTunes application to get it to work).

13
Jan
2016

090 | Jordan Bach Returns

10685413_604322126340208_1232365377782927392_nOver almost two years ago I met a dude named Jordan Bach by having in on this very podcast (you can listen to that convo here). Since then Jordan and I have  become friends so this conversation is less formal and more fun. We talk about everything from journaling to pop culture to internet trolls and I know you’ll love eavesdropping on our convo as much as I loved recording it. In case you don’t know Jordan or to refresh your memory he is a life coach, writer, and speaker. He’s been called “one of the LGBT architects of the next decade” by The Advocate. I’m so excited to for you to hear our chat and his inspiration. His is so wise, authentic, and most of all massively down-to-earth. He’s doing amazing work to inspire radical deep authenticity. We get deep into this more in this episode, but what Jordan believes is that authenticity is about balance and going in and out of authenticity with grace and ease. You’ll learn a bunch from this episode as well as simply have an awesome time listening to it. 

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LINKS WE MENTION:

Notes from the show:

-Join the listener Facebook Group
-Check out my first conversation with Jordan from a few years ago. It’s a classic on the pod. 
-My Book Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling
“The Forgiveness Ah Ha Moment That Set me Free”
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Amy Cuddy — Body Language Shapes Who You Are
-Bedtime Mantras — 20% off “KATIEWONDERS”

Jordan’s website | Book | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Check out Jordan’s Bedtime Mantras (code for 20% of “KATIEWONDERS”)

My favorite lines & nuggets of wisdom: Some of them are TWEETABLES…Just click right on ‘em!

“Do anything we can to really hear ourselves.”

“Its important to stay mindful of your own energy.”

“The most powerful way of protecting ourself from so-called negative energy, is to ground yourself in your own energy. The more grounded you are in your own experience, the less you are thrown off by other people’s energies.”

“When you talk to yourself you often say the things that you need to hear.”

“Be who you needed when you were younger.”  “Discover that which is hateful to you and make a commitment to never inflict that pain on another human being … that is empathy.”

“People I admire are reflecting back to me and giving me hints on where I can claim my power more with enthusiasm, force, and fun/real ownership.”

“It’s more than pretending, it’s about knowing and believing in yourself and in your dream so much so that it permeates your behaviour, presence and speech so literally become whats in your mind.”

“We always have the exact right words that we need.”

“I just like music that makes me happy.”

“I already have all of this, I just need to unlock it.”

“Your body hold so much wisdom, so get your body moving and your wisdom will get moving too.”

“There is something beautiful about falling off the spiritual wagon…. there is something beautiful about falling.”

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Like the show? Leave a comment or question for me or our guest below. Also, it would be awesome if you could leave an iTunes review when you have a second too (just launch the iTunes application to get it to work).

6
Jan
2016

089 | Kelsey Miller

Screen Shot 2016-01-05 at 12.31.22 PMThis podcast has allowed to speak with the people who inspire me most on the internet IRL… well as close to IRL as the internet allows: skype. I spoke to Refinery 29’s senior editor and founder of the popular column The Anti-Diet Project Kelsey Miller. I love that this podcast affords me long, distraction free conversations with inspiring yet very busy people like Kelsey. Today’s episode is one of my favorites, not only because I love Kelsey’s work and personally relate to her story but because of the abundance of helpful tips she shared related to everything from writing and career to body image and self-care. Since this conversation was recorded I’ve gotten to know Kelsey more and she even became my editor when I got to share my story with food and body image on Refinery 29 last fall.  I’m sure you’ll fall in love with Kelsey in this episode if you aren’t already a fan girl of hers and I highly suggest checking out her new memoir Big Girl: How I Gave Up Dieting and Got A Life. I got an early copy and read it in two days. 

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LINKS WE MENTION:

Notes from the show:

-Join the listener Facebook Group
-Check out Kelsey’s book Big Girl: How I Gave Up Dieting and Got A Life
-The Anti-Diet Project Column on Refinery 29
-The Jemima Kirke article we mentioned
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Elna Baker’s R29 Anti-Diet piece 
-My essay in Kelsey’s Anti-Diet project column

Kelsey’s website | ColumnBook | Instagram | Twitter | Instagram

My favorite lines & nuggets of wisdom: Some of them are TWEETABLES…Just click right on ‘em!

“It doesn’t get easier to get rejected, but you have to just learn that it is part of the cycle.”

“Sometimes an affirmation is just reminding yourself of your value system and what you know is true.”

“You’r not alone. You are not broken. And you can do it…. it’s all totally totally possible.”

“It doesn’t matter what my history is and what my body looks like… we’ve all got this narrative, and if we all decide to try to chip away at that narrative and tell a different story about ourselves to ourselves, then that is when the real change happens.”

“Make the decision to act as if you are ok.  Treat yourself with self respect even if you can’t be psyched about yourself.  Treat yourself as if you are somebody that is worthy of your respect, maybe you don’t believe it, but give it a shot, because YOU ARE.”

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Like the show? Leave a comment or question for me or our guest below. Also, it would be awesome if you could leave an iTunes review when you have a second too (just launch the iTunes application to get it to work).

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