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The Anti-Casserole is Loveleen Kaur and Kate Fraser, two young women in Toronto, who are learning what it takes to prioritize their creative lives – sharing what they’re learning along the way.

Kate and Loveleen met at a documentary workshop where they both over-thought their brilliant film ideas. Finding commonality in their views on feminism, the creative process and the wonder of procrastination, they decided to turn their conversations out to the world.

In this weekly podcast is their musings, truth-telling and banter about what it takes to be a creative person – specifically for women who are trying to do it their way, in all their glory and all their imperfections.

The Anti-Casserole Kate Fraser & Loveleen Kaur | Two young women in Toronto prioritizing creative careers in their life.

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The Anti-Casserole is Loveleen Kaur and Kate Fraser, two young women in Toronto, who are learning what it takes to prioritize their creative lives – sharing what they’re learning along the way.

Kate and Loveleen met at a documentary workshop where they both over-thought their brilliant film ideas. Finding commonality in their views on feminism, the creative process and the wonder of procrastination, they decided to turn their conversations out to the world.

In this weekly podcast is their musings, truth-telling and banter about what it takes to be a creative person – specifically for women who are trying to do it their way, in all their glory and all their imperfections.

    TAC 11: Epilogue

    TAC 11: Epilogue

    This week on our epilogue for The Anti-Casserole Podcast, we talk about what we will be working in our creative lives and what's next for The Anti-Casserole. Also, THANK YOU's. Lots and Lots of Thank you's.

    Comment below and let us know if you would like a Season 2. And what you would like to hear on Season 2.
    We want to hear from you! Tweet us @AntiCasserole or comment below at www.anticasserole.ca.

    Shout out to Hip Hop Artist and Producer, Noyz, for our theme music.

    Support the podcast by Donating here or at our website: www.anticasserole.ca.

    Additional show notes below.


    * Maya Annik Bedward: http://mayaannik.com/
    * Movie: Girlhood
    * Book: Their Eyes Were Watching God
    * Loveleen's coaching contact: info@loveleenkaur.ca
    *  Hip Hop Artist and Producer, Noyz
    * Photographer, Taiwo Bah
    * Writer, Anupa
    * Documentary Filmmaker, Juan Baquero
    * Writer, Joelle 
    * Photographer, Nabil Shash
    * Podcaster: Dave Anderson from Moving Millennials
    * Podcaster: Husein Panju - LawyerEd
    * Singer, Selena Dhillon
    * Documentary Filmmaker, Mariam Zaidi


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    • 18 min
    TAC 10: The Final Episode - A Reflection

    TAC 10: The Final Episode - A Reflection

    This week on The Anti-Casserole Podcast, we take in listener requests and do a reflection and review of the completion of our creative project - this podcast. We, compassionately but critically, ask ourselves questions about the process of this podcast from inception to completion. This episode serves as an important tool for us to share with you our journey but also to provide an example of how to do a review once you have reached your end goal.

    P.S. We reached our end goal!! Wow - Thank you so much for getting us there. But more warm fuzzies will follow next week in the epilogue.

    Shout out to Hip Hop Artist and Producer, Noyz, for our theme music.

    We want to hear from you! Tweet us @AntiCasserole or comment below at www.anticasserole.ca.
    Support the podcast by Donating here or at our website: www.anticasserole.ca.

    Additional show notes below.

    Important Resources Mentioned in Show:

    * Separate your creative mindspace from your editing mindspace.
    * Janelle Monae's video Many Moons (aka the Patron Saint for The Anti-Casserole)
    * Questions to ask your self when doing a review:

    * What was your vision? How did you expect it to be at the end? How was it different? What would you do different next time?
    * What was your anticipated timeline and how did that play out?
    * Did you have a budget?
    * What was your promotion strategy?
    * What was great about the project?
    * How do you feel about the process? How have you grown during the process?
    * What have you learned? What were you most insecure about?
    * What was the best feedback you got?
    * SWOT analysis


    * While you're doing your reflection, remember to Be Flexible and to Be Compassionate.
    * Create with reckless abandon and allow yourself time to review after the creation is complete.

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    • 43 min
    TAC 09: When did you decide IT can't be done?

    TAC 09: When did you decide IT can't be done?

    This week on The Anti-Casserole Podcast, we ask when did you decide IT can't be done? Whatever that 'it' was. Did you stop dreaming and envisioning the life you really want and settled for the life you were getting?Get rid of the ultimate downer word: "CAN'T" and replace it with "It's just a matter of time". We use goal setting and related strategies to create the life you desire.

    Shout out to Hip Hop Artist and Producer, Noyz, for our theme music.

    We want to hear from you! Tweet us @AntiCasserole or comment below at www.anticasserole.ca.
    Support the podcast by Donating here or at our website: www.anticasserole.ca.

    Additional show notes below.

    Important Resources Mentioned in Show:

    * Kate's New Year's Themes: #MakeItHappen #ActuallyTry #DoTheDamnThing
    * Article: The Argument Against Five-Year Plans 
    * Article: Don't Follow Your Passion, Follow Your Contribution
    * The Year Compass
    * Selena Dhillon, singer
    * Book: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People By: Stephen Covey
    Write down all the thing that you would like to do in your life (goals, bucket list, dreams).
    Start with 5, then 10, then 50, then 100.What is your life mission statement?
    * Book: The 12 Week Year
    The 12 Week Year Website (sign up for free resources)
    * Michael Hyatt's SMART Goal Setting
    * Michael Hyatt's Using Evernote to help you organize and achieve your goals
    * Quit Smoking App: MyQuitBuddy
    * Collage App: Picture Collage Maker Lite (mac)
    * "Activism is the rent I pay for living on this planet." - Alice Walker
    * Writing Effective Intention Statements
    * Wedding Industrial Complex 
    * Our talented photographer: Taiwo Bah 
    * If you're looking for a coach, Loveleen might be the one for you! Drop a message on the Contact Us page on our website or tweet us.
    * Here's the picture of Kate doing no-hands-dancing on her bike.



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    • 38 min
    TAC 08: Our Worst Enemy? Our Self-Sabotage and Bad Habits

    TAC 08: Our Worst Enemy? Our Self-Sabotage and Bad Habits

    This week on The Anti-Casserole Podcast, we dissect one of the biggest personal issues that we have faced and seen other women face - Self-Sabotage. Insecurity, unworthiness, panic, fear, guild, shame, flaking, procastinating - what does self-sabotage look like for you? And how does it impact the work that you do. We offer tips and tools on how to build good habits so that self-sabotage doesn't lurk below the surface and catch you off guard next time.

    Shout out to Hip Hop Artist and Producer, Noyz, for our theme music.

    We want to hear from you! Tweet us @AntiCasserole or comment below at www.anticasserole.ca.

    Additional show notes below.

    Important Resources Mentioned in Show:

    * Imposter Complex: 21 Proven Ways to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
    (Also discussed in Episode 6: Women and Work)
    * Book: The Now Habit: A strategic program for overcoming procrastination and enjoying guilt-free play.
    (Also discussed in Episode 04: The Hater Within)
    * Episode 1: Are you Living the Absolute Yes life? 
    * David Suzuki's 30minsX30Days Outdoors challenge
    * Julia Cameron's two basic tools: Morning Pages and Artist's Date
    * Jeff Sanders: How Habits work - The Habit Formation Loop
    * The Year Compass
    * Decision Fatigue: Science says you should do your most important work in the morning
    Article: Why Obama wears the same suit everyday
    * Apps: Self Control (mac) StayFocused (chrome) ATimeLogger (iTunes and GooglePlay) Coach.Me 
    * The Jerry Seinfeld Method: How Seinfeld`s Productivity Secret Fixed my Procrastination Problem
    * Sean Stephenson: The only person I am in competition with is the person that I was yesterday.
    * Parkinson's Law:  "Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion"

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    • 39 min
    TAC 07: Occupy your Lunchbreak!

    TAC 07: Occupy your Lunchbreak!

    This week on The Anti-Casserole Podcast, we continue the conversation about women in the workplace. We honestly discuss the experiences we...

    • 35 min
    TAC 06: We 'leaned in' and it smelled like bad management

    TAC 06: We 'leaned in' and it smelled like bad management

    This week on The Anti-Casserole Podcast, we get into the realities of women in the workplace, particularly in the Non-Profit sector. We bring up challenges that we have faced and how these challenges are indications of systemic issues despite how much we 'lean in', be more 'confident' or work through our lunch breaks.
    We had to take a short, unintended necessary break last week. Thanks for the patience!

    Shout out to Hip Hop Artist and Producer, Noyz, for our theme music.

    We want to hear from you! Tweet us @AntiCasserole or comment below.

    Additional show notes below.

    Resources Mentioned in Show:

    * Confidence Game: The Problem with 'Lean in' by Linda Gordon  (article)
    * Think Like a man, Act Like a Lady, Work like a Dog (Yep, It's an actual book from 1979)
    * Why Women Still Can't Have it all (article)
    * Why Women Apologize and Should Stop (article)
    * Beyond the Non-Profit Industrial Complex by Incite! 
    * Origin of the 8-hour work day and why we should rethink it (article)
    * The Average Worker is only productive for 3-hours a day (article)
    * How our engineering environments are killing diversity (article)
    "Women in tech are the canary in the coal mine. Normally when the canary in the coal mine starts dying you know the environment is toxic and you should get the hell out. Instead, the tech industry is looking at the canary, wondering why it can't breathe, saying "Lean in, canary. Lean in!" When one canary dies they get a new one because getting more canaries is how you fix the lack of canaries, right? Except the problem is that there isn't enough oxygen in the coal mine, not that there are too few canaries."
    * Canada is far from breaking the glass ceiling over women in the workplace (article)
    * 21 Proven Ways to Overcome Imposter Syndrome (article)
    * Finding Nemo - Swim Down Together (video)

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    • 29 min

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