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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.

LET IT OUT Katie Dalebout

    • Personal Journals
    • 4.8, 702 Ratings

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.

    writing, feelings, and friendship with Leah Clancy

    writing, feelings, and friendship with Leah Clancy

    I'm speaking to my friend Leah Clancy. Leah and I met in the most kismet circumstance and developed a bond around several things, including writing and creativity, which we focus on in this episode. Leah is a poet and writer who holds both a bachelor's from NYU and an MFA in writing from CAL Arts. We talk about process, habits, and routines around writing and beyond. We drank wine and giggled as we answered listener questions on writing. I hope you have as much fun eavesdropping as we did recording this.
    Show notes:
    - Connect with Leah on The Web | Instagram
    - The WRITE KIT (!!!)
    - Please join me in supporting The Loveland Foundation, which provides financial assistance to Black women and girls seeking therapy.
    If you liked this episode try out:
    Episode 303 with Stephanie Danler
    Show notes:
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    Peach Mag
    Calamity Mag
    Potluck Mag
    The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron (Book)
    Binders full of women
    Heather Christle (Poet/Author)
    I Remember by Joe Brainard (Book)
    Bernadette Mayer (Poet) - Her list of journaling ideas
    Sister Outsider by Audre Lorde (Book) Melissa Broder
    Photo credit: Faryl Amadeus

    • 1 hr 42 min
    ((happy thank you more please)) with Ella Wiznia, founder of The Series 👖 on Intuition, ED recovery, Frances Ha, Creativity & more.

    ((happy thank you more please)) with Ella Wiznia, founder of The Series 👖 on Intuition, ED recovery, Frances Ha, Creativity & more.

    This is the second episode of our new series: happy thank you more please. The title comes from Josh Radnor's 2010 film, and the series is based on the central theme of the movie: gratitude. Each guest comes with: something they're happy about, something they're grateful for, and something they're craving more of. This second episode is with Ella, founder of The Series, a clothing line I love.

    • 1 hr 36 min
    inner play, outer work, & being a beginner with Lenéa Sims 🤸‍♀️

    inner play, outer work, & being a beginner with Lenéa Sims 🤸‍♀️

    Lenéa Sims is the founder of @innerplay__outerwork. Whether she's teaching about self-development or systemic racism, her mission is the same: to provide a safe, communal, and fun place to learn and grow. Her work has been featured in Paper, Essence, and on stage at SXSW. I'm a member of her antiracism practice group outer work and also inner play, and I recommend them both so highly.

    • 1 hr 35 min
    food, sex, & creativity with Stephanie Danler 🥬

    food, sex, & creativity with Stephanie Danler 🥬

    Stephanie Danler is the author of the international bestseller, Sweetbitter, and the creator and executive producer of the Sweetbitter series. In this episode we discuss many of the themes of her latest book, Stray, including inheriting trauma, boundaries, relationships, motherhood and more. We also talk about writing, her process, creativity, and food.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    direct communication in business & pleasure, bias, design and more with Puno, founder of ilovecreatives 🦙

    direct communication in business & pleasure, bias, design and more with Puno, founder of ilovecreatives 🦙

    Puno is the founder of ilovecreatives, a platform connecting and edu-taining creatives living what she calls a "slashie life". She also co-created PeopleMap.co, an Instagram marketing tool where you can strategically find, grow, and track your community. We discussed direct communication, starting a business, working with a partner, giving feedback, exploring bias, connection, and more.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    soft corrections & self-care in parallel with unpacking racism with Dom Roberts

    soft corrections & self-care in parallel with unpacking racism with Dom Roberts

    Dom Roberts is a 22-year-old activist, artist, designer, and content creator. We get into having tough anti-racism conversations, how self care is unique for everyone, authentic vs. performative allyship, cancel culture, the importance of design, social media etiquette right now, the importance of unpacking racism early, and more.

    • 1 hr 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
702 Ratings

702 Ratings

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My favorite!

This podcast introduced me to the beautiful & insightful world of podcasts, but I love this one the most! I totally resonate with Katie & her wonderful guests, & loveee following her guests & learning more with every episode! So grateful for this podcast, it allows me to incorporate self care into my busy days as mom & is one of my favorite ways to unwind. Honestly it feels like Katie & I are good friends! I love her words & her energy. 10/10 recommend this podcast.

ilana2019 ,

The Best of the Best

I’ve been listening to Katie’s podcast for years. Her conversations are so insightful, her questions are thought provoking, and the content is incredibly authentic. It’s been a light in my life and listening is a part of my routine. Thank you Katie!

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Such authenticity!

I love this podcast! The long form conversation models allows for the conversation to be slow, authentic and feels like you’re right there with the host + guest.

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