391 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 • 759 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.

    Carnal Clothes with Sam Salad (MEALS) on Blurring Lines Between Food and Fashion

    Carnal Clothes with Sam Salad (MEALS) on Blurring Lines Between Food and Fashion

    Sam Salad is not only hilarious, but he’s also humble, original, creative, and truly one of the best writers—and especially copywriters—I’ve ever met. Sam with his partner Rebma are the designers behind the LA-based clothing line MEALS, which "bakes 'food culture' into apparel, blurring the lines between the clothes we eat and the food we wear.”

    • 1 hr 55 min
    Little Things: Annual Birthday Party Hosted by Sacha Jones

    Little Things: Annual Birthday Party Hosted by Sacha Jones

    Every year for nearly a decade, Sacha Jones has hosted the episode the last week of April. This year she outdid herself: she shocks me with questions sourced from my friends and family and a special guest joins us to host a rapid-fire round. Prior to her surprises, we cover craving focus and through-line ends up being how the little things mean so much to me. I will be back on the other side of the interview next week but until then I hope this conversation offers you something, that you feel better after listening to it. Or that it makes you laugh, comforts you, or simply keeps you company you during your day.

    • 1 hr 37 min
    Norma Kamali on Dating, Aging, London in the 60s, Her Iconic Fashion Career, and "The More You Do, the More You Can Do"

    Norma Kamali on Dating, Aging, London in the 60s, Her Iconic Fashion Career, and "The More You Do, the More You Can Do"

    This week, a conversation with designer Norma Kamali, whose 50-year career is as rich as her designs are iconic. She’s full of wisdom and perspective and gently gives me advice on everything from aging, to dating (she fell in love again ten years ago at 65), to how she views busyness. We get into her thoughts on her evolving industry, upcoming generations, and so much more.

    • 1 hr 48 min
    From A Slight Change of Plans: A Blind Cook Becomes a Master Chef

    From A Slight Change of Plans: A Blind Cook Becomes a Master Chef

    I'm sharing a special preview of A Slight Change of Plans, a podcast all about who we are and who we become in the face of change. Dr. Maya Shankar is a cognitive scientist who is an expert on human behavior, and she’s here to help us navigate the changes we all experience in our lives. Listen wherever you get your podcasts!

    • 13 min
    In the Weeds: Herbalist Vanessa Chakour on Our Earthly Bodies

    In the Weeds: Herbalist Vanessa Chakour on Our Earthly Bodies

    Vanessa Chakour is an herbalist, author (Awakening Artemis) and educator who trains others in her field of helping people to connect to their environments. Her work is rooted in the natural world and what she calls our own inner-wild, or our intuitive connection to ourselves.

    • 1 hr 53 min
    Accept You're Accepted: Valerie Chaney (We Made It Weird!) on Mindfulness, Mean Girls, Writing & More (Part 2 of 2) ☕️

    Accept You're Accepted: Valerie Chaney (We Made It Weird!) on Mindfulness, Mean Girls, Writing & More (Part 2 of 2) ☕️

    Val Chaney is a meditation and mindfulness educator, writer and the co-host of the We Made It Weird podcast with her husband, comedian Pete Holmes. She's hilarious, gentle, wise, incredibly smart and one of my favorite people. Part 2 of our conversation is a bit sillier than part 1! We cover therapy, what we were like as teens, rom coms and style trends we love from the early 2000s.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
759 Ratings

759 Ratings

Charis W. ,

Such a cozy podcast ☕️

Katie is such a talented, empathetic interviewer and each conversation has been such a comforting & cozy treat. One of my favorite podcasts!✨

NalaBrooke ,

Katie is a Gem

Katie is a beautiful conversationalist and can speak with anyone - a skill I deeply admire! She has wonderful guests on and is always wanting to support her listeners, friends, community. I highly recommend checking out her work.

Erindoubler ,

Excellent interviewer

I love Katie’s way of talking about absolutely everything and anything. She isn’t afraid to get into the weeds with people about questions she has and I find it thrilling and therapeutic at the same time. I’ve been able to do some self reflecting after listening to this podcast. Love it!

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