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Welcome to the Salty Club podcast with your host Caitlin Creeper. The Salty Club is where we bring surf, yoga, nutrition, empowerment and community under the same roof. We’ve found that when a person invites these five facets into their life, they become a force to be reckoned with. Join me for interviews and solocasts on all these topics and more. The idea is to share the inspiring stories of adventurers, experts and game changers. People who have wandered from the conventional path and are doing life on their terms, in the hope it will inspire you as you write your own epic life story.

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Welcome to the Salty Club podcast with your host Caitlin Creeper. The Salty Club is where we bring surf, yoga, nutrition, empowerment and community under the same roof. We’ve found that when a person invites these five facets into their life, they become a force to be reckoned with. Join me for interviews and solocasts on all these topics and more. The idea is to share the inspiring stories of adventurers, experts and game changers. People who have wandered from the conventional path and are doing life on their terms, in the hope it will inspire you as you write your own epic life story.

    Skating is for Mothers: Episode 5 w/ @hotmomsofskateboarding

    Skating is for Mothers: Episode 5 w/ @hotmomsofskateboarding

    Hello and welcome to episode 5 of Skating is for Mothers! Today we are here with Lindsey, a 47 year old beginner park skater, she is funny as hell, a real big feminist and looking to connect with other women skaters. On instagram she is @hotmomsofskateboarding
    Let’s get to it.
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    Editing by Mateus Gomes
    Song 'Green' by Mae Mae

    • 47 min
    "Seven Days At Sea" Poems with Mates ep. 1 w/ Lily Bui, PhD

    "Seven Days At Sea" Poems with Mates ep. 1 w/ Lily Bui, PhD

    Hello and welcome to the salty club podcast, I am your host Caitlin Creeper and I am here today with the first episode of a new series, Poems with Mates.
    Here I will be inviting some talented humans in our community to come up to the stage, share a poem, a song, a piece of writing of theirs and share why it matters to them.
    First up is the incredibly talented Lily Bui, PhD. She’s a Spanish Speaking Vietnamese American, MIT Alum 2016 and 2020, athlete, academic, artist, poet, singer activist and a first gen surfer, skater and seeker. If there’s anyone who exemplifies the many facets of a woman, it is this woman and I am so excited for you to here the beautiful song she’ll be playing today, and what the song means to her. Let’s go.
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    Editing by Mateus Gomes
    Song 'Green' by Mae Mae
    Cover Pic by Pauline Mathiot

    • 15 min
    Motherhood as your Gateway to Expansion with @rebeccakatefreeman

    Motherhood as your Gateway to Expansion with @rebeccakatefreeman

    Have you ever had the thought “I can’t because I am a mother” or “I need to wait until the children are older”?
    Meet Rebecca Freeman. Rebecca is the vision keeper for a New Paradigm for Motherhood. She activates women to create a New Paradigm for Motherhood that is based on a strong foundation of unlearning old programming and conditioning that is ready to be transformed into freedom and empowerment through authenticity and truth.
    Currently Rebecca is back living in Australia with her children after six months working and training with powerful healers overseas. She spends her days activating mamas all over the globe, empowering them to embody the true mother energy that this world is craving.
    In this interview Caitlin and Rebecca discuss such ideas as:
    What if becoming a mother is the gateway to being more of you, not less?
    What if motherhood can actually be the catalyst for women to rebirth themselves, to harness more personal power, to have bigger dreams and greater goals?
    How can a mother reclaim her sexual energy after birth?
    What if motherhood isn’t about sacrifice after all?
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    Cover Art: Bec Wood

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Meditation: F*** it, the Art of Letting Go with Erika Drolet

    Meditation: F*** it, the Art of Letting Go with Erika Drolet

    The title speaks for itself :) A short, five minute unconventional meditation to help in the 'letting go' of things

    • 5 min
    The Art of Non-Conformity with Erika Drolet

    The Art of Non-Conformity with Erika Drolet

    “Be daring, be different. In choosing to live a remarkable life, failure is a real possibility, but regrets are completely optional. If one plan doesn’t work out, you can try something else—but if you never try, you’ll go to your grave with your song still in you,
    In the history of the world, provocative ideas that challenged authority were rarely welcomed by the people who controlled access to power and wealth. Assert integrity against the play-it-safers and slaves of the ordinary."
    - Henry David Thoreau
    Welcome to this latest episode of The Salty Club podcast with founders Caitlin Creeper and Erika Drolet. Today's topic is the Art of Non Conformity.
    They discuss:
    What is non-conformity? How does one define a non-conformist life?
    The fact there is no universal 'right' way to live a life
    How do you build friendships, connections, community on the non-conventional path?
    How to deal with self doubt
    What are the steps off the beaten path, How do we assess risk, how does one take the leap?
    Deconditioning of the SHOULD
    Human Design and types of decisional authority

    BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
    Education of Millionaires - Michael Ellsberg
    Art of Non-Conformity - Chris Guillebeau
    The Code of the Extraordinary Mind - Vishen Lakhiani
    Zero to One - Pether Thiel and Blake Masters
    The Big Leap - Gay Hendricks

    Listen to Erika's early journey here and here
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    Editing by Mateus Gomes
    Song 'Green' by Mae Mae

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Why I’m Done with Beginner’s Shame - And You Should Be Too

    Why I’m Done with Beginner’s Shame - And You Should Be Too

    Why do we get so embarrassed when we’re learning a new sport or skill or craft? I call it beginner’s shame. 
    PERSON: “Are these your paintings?”
    US: “I mean, yes… but like, I’m JUST STARTING and I haven’t had any OFFICIAL TRAINING and this is just a HOBBY, and these paintings here aren’t my BEST ONES, you know, and uh…”
    I notice it in the surf, girls who are learning, yet sit out on the shoulder and don’t go for waves when they roll in, simply because some old dude is going for it, too.
    And in the girls’ head she has this running dialogue like “well… they’re probably a better surfer and i’m just going to fall off anyway so, you know, I’ll just wait for another one.”
     
    I get it. We don’t really allow much space for people in this world who are just… average at something.
     In this solocast Caitlin talks about her journey with beginner's shame, how she moved past it and some advice to get going on that thing you've always wanted to
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    Editing by Mateus Gomes
    Song 'Green' by Mae Mae

    • 23 min

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