412 episodes

Long-form conversations with a variety friends and strangers. Guests include musicians, writers, chefs, parents, painters, designers, herbalists, therapists, comedians, and actors. Here they candidly discuss how they spend their days. We cover connection, creativity, productivity, well-being, sex, love, body image, transitions, and more. Sometimes things get deep and philosophical and sometimes they are funny and light because life is both.

LET IT OUT Katie Dalebout

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 125 Ratings

Long-form conversations with a variety friends and strangers. Guests include musicians, writers, chefs, parents, painters, designers, herbalists, therapists, comedians, and actors. Here they candidly discuss how they spend their days. We cover connection, creativity, productivity, well-being, sex, love, body image, transitions, and more. Sometimes things get deep and philosophical and sometimes they are funny and light because life is both.

    Anna Fusco on Meeting Lord Cowboy, Community, Taking the Pressure Off & Much More

    Anna Fusco on Meeting Lord Cowboy, Community, Taking the Pressure Off & Much More

    Artist Anna Fusco, who you might know as Lord Cowboy, works across drawing, writing, and digital illustration. She’s done some big drawings, has a really cool poster and print shop, and writes a reader-supported newsletter called "Unsupervised". We discuss over-processing experiences, care vs. worry, the accountability that comes from living in community, and much more.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Baby This Is Keke Palmer

    Baby This Is Keke Palmer

    Keke Palmer has questions for days, about everything under the sun. From the existential to the inconsequential. From pop culture to pop science. From the meaning of life to the meaning of W.A.P. From life in outer space to “Where the eff is Tom from MySpace?" And everything in between. Because Baby, this is Keke Palmer, and she is here for All. Of. It.

    • 5 min
    Charm Attack with Leona Naess

    Charm Attack with Leona Naess

    This week I spoke with singer-songwriter Leona Naess who recently released an album titled Brood X after a family of cicadas that, like her, reemerged in 2022 after 17 years underground. In this conversation we talk about how she got into the music industry young with her hit song Charm Attack, the music industry in the 90s, processing grief, being cool vs. warm, and more.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Actress Lynn Chen on Rejection, Complex Eating & More

    Actress Lynn Chen on Rejection, Complex Eating & More

    This week, I have a conversation with actress, director, and filmmaker Lynn Chen. You may know her from Grey's Anatomy or her breakout role in Saving Face. We talk about everything from rejection to eating disorder recovery to Felicity. Let me know if you listen.

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Bad Thoughts with Nada Alic (Part 2 of 2)

    Bad Thoughts with Nada Alic (Part 2 of 2)

    This is part 2 of my conversation with Nada Alic, author of Bad Thoughts. As you'll hear, she's one of those rare people who are as cool as they seem online, yet also so warm, inviting, and genuinely kind. In this second half of the conversation, we take questions from some mutual friends, and she talks about her somewhat secret 3:00 ritual, relationships, friendship, novel research wormholes, and more.⁠ In this first half we cover everything from our first communions and lingering Catholic guilt to thresholds and an archetype, called a “Puella” to how she ended up in LA to how she started writing and routines that help her continue to, cancel culture, disembodiment, and much more.

    • 50 min
    Bad Thoughts with Nada Alic (Part 1 of 2)

    Bad Thoughts with Nada Alic (Part 1 of 2)

    This week I spoke to Nada Alic, author of Bad Thoughts. I split this into two part, in this first half we cover everything from our first communions and lingering Catholic guilt to thresholds and an archetype, called a “Puella” to how she ended up in LA to how she started writing and routines that help her continue to. We got into cancel culture, her creative approach to marketing her book, disembodiment, and much more. And in part two, we take questions from some mutual friends, her thoughts on comparisons to other artists, romantic relationships, friendship, novel research wormholes, and more.⁠

    • 1 hr 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
125 Ratings

125 Ratings

Nonadon ,

Life changing

I think I found this podcast from FoodPsych and I am so glad I did. The conversations are fascinatin, soothing and inspiring. As a bonus I have read so many amazing books as a result. Thank you Katie ❤️

Cat-MGraham ,

Like sorting your thoughts out with an old friend

I’ve always listened here and there to Let it Out; however, I’ve fallen in love with this podcast even more this past year. Open, honest, and vulnerable, listening is like having a heart to heart with an old friend.

drunkkermit ,

New favourite podcast

This has become a favourite of mine, every time I listen I discover new people whose work I really love.

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