287 episodes

Long-form organic conversations with a diverse group of guests including visionary authors, musicians, entrepreneurs, chefs, comedians, and actors with interesting perspectives, careers, and stories. Here they candidly discuss everything including productivity, creativity, self-care, wellness, sex, love, body image, and more. Sometimes things get super deep and spiritual and sometimes they are funny and light because life is both.

LET IT OUT Katie Dalebout

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Long-form organic conversations with a diverse group of guests including visionary authors, musicians, entrepreneurs, chefs, comedians, and actors with interesting perspectives, careers, and stories. Here they candidly discuss everything including productivity, creativity, self-care, wellness, sex, love, body image, and more. Sometimes things get super deep and spiritual and sometimes they are funny and light because life is both.

    romancing your girlfriends with Kristin Hanggi + Natalie Roy

    romancing your girlfriends with Kristin Hanggi + Natalie Roy

    Kristin Hanggi and Natalie Roy are best friends and hosts of the Create podcast. The two of them and their relationship endlessly inspire me, which you'll hear in this episode. We also get into their Kristin and Natalie-isms, the importance of speaking up for yourself, group dynamics, rest and work, romancing and delighting girlfriends, intimacy and being seen, and way more.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    A green episode - sustainability, being "green" in new cities, openness about money with Sara Weinreb

    A green episode - sustainability, being "green" in new cities, openness about money with Sara Weinreb

    This cozy conversation was recorded live in Denver with my pal Sara, host of the podcast Medium Well. We covered our love of podcasting, sustainability and feeling overwhelmed with where to begin, the importance of community especially for freelancers, openness around money, the downfalls of the wellness machine, and our relationships with parents as adults.

    • 1 hr 36 min
    283 | stress + anxiety with anxiety researcher Dr. Tracy Dennis- Tiwary

    283 | stress + anxiety with anxiety researcher Dr. Tracy Dennis- Tiwary

    A conversation with anxiety researcher Dr. Tracy A. Dennis-Tiwary, Ph.D.Director, of Stress, Anxiety, and Resilience Research Center Co-Executive Director, Hunter College Center for Health Technology about the difference between stress and anxiety. Is it actually on the rise? Why are people talking about it more? Can some anxiety be good? We talk about uncertainty, change, fear, depression, and strategies for supporting yourself through discomfort of anxiety and tips feeling your best and not falling into old patterns around family. This was recorded live at the Faherty store in SoHo thanks to them and lilspace.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    282 | heartbreak // break ups variety show + year in review

    282 | heartbreak // break ups variety show + year in review

    most years i do some sort of year in review this year episode, this year’s turned out to be a clips show compiling all of the times we spoke about heartbreak, breakups, and the growth they can lead to. this podcast has always mirrored wherever i am most curious about and this year was no exception. we revisit episodes with Rachelle Robinett, Robyn Kanner, Sara Avant Stover, Marlee Grace, Mari Andrew, Jon Marro, Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, Lacy Phillips, Yoke Lore, Kristin Hanggi and Maddie Korman ... it sounds like a bummer of an episode but it was actually quite optimistic, full of wisdom, and even at times funny.

    • 1 hr 32 min
    281 | time pessimism, burnout, pivoting with Abbi Miller business coach

    281 | time pessimism, burnout, pivoting with Abbi Miller business coach

    It's rare to have a repeat guest but Abbi Miller has been on the podcast before several years ago and she's back today with tons of updates. She has taught me so much about living in alignment with your best self in business, relationships, and life. Today we discuss her "Abbisms" --the phases she's taught me that have been extremely helpful. We also get into pivoting from full time to freelance transitions, navigating burnout, and the importance of support in business and personal life.

    • 58 min
    280 | space between making art & living life with Jacob Maren

    280 | space between making art & living life with Jacob Maren

    Jacob Maren is the creator or the literary magazine: one word which is a collection of works from notable creative writers—about their personal interpretation of one word. I met Jacob through his mom, who happens to be one of my favorite writers , Dani Shapiro. In this episode we talk about what it was like to grow up with two creative people and writers as parents, how he developed his literary taste, differences generationally especially with social media. We bond over our only childness and love of bookstores. We get into the in between space of making art and living life, touch on anxiety, and he recommends a bunch of art.

    • 1 hr 29 min

Customer Reviews

westofthepark ,

Very real. Like having a friend with you.

I’ll first note that Katie’s voice is pretty soothing and it’s like having a nice chat with a friend. I find a lot of podcasters voices incredibly irritating and can’t get past it regardless of content. She’s had some pretty great and honest guests and have been really informative. I can actually relate to Katie on a human level.

nicolenos ,

Feel like a hug from a good friend

Katie's podcast is so so lovely and always brightens my day. Her podcast and also introduced me to so many of my favorite authors, thinkers, etc. Love that she is mindful with what ads she takes on and what she promotes.

xx rachel ,

Thank you, Katie!

The LET IT OUT podcast is a wonderful listen for insight, reflection, and inspiration. I love how Katie so openly shares her story and perspectives on vulnerable topics like body image and anxiety. Her way of sharing encourages me to share my story and be okay with things as they are!

Xx Rachel

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