LET IT OUT
LET IT OUT
Katie Dalebout
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.
Brightness Crumb with Grace Park & Jesse Dalton of The Deer 🍊
This week I spoke with Grace Park and Jesse Dalton, two members of the Austin-based band The Deer. If you listened to my recent episode with Buck Meek (of Big Thief), he recommended his fellow Texan musicians The Deer to be featured on the podcast, and I'm so glad he did. Their songs are spacious, with airy vocals and gentle percussion, and it’s a sound that compels comparisons to Fleetwood Mac, Neko Case or Mazzy Star. In this conversation, Jesse and Grace tell me about the beginning of the band, being back on the road after quarantine, their new album, and their process. We talk about trial and error, acceptance, friendship, grief, and much more.
Dec 3
1 hr 27 min
[Updated Repost] Julia Turshen Part 1 - food, effortlessness, connection, control, writing, etc.
This one isn’t from that deep into the archive, it was one of my favorites of the year. You’ll hear more about it in the original intro but we split it into two parts and you’re about to hear part one of my two part conversation with chef and writer Julia Turschen. I thought would be timely for this week which is the start of the holiday season because. It’s a week where a lot of us will be gathering and there’s a lot of talk about food and eating and this episode gets into that. Julia has coauthored numerous cookbooks and has written for The New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, Saveur, and more.  The New York Times has described her “at the forefront of the new generation of authentic, approachable authors.” Julia not only loves cooking and writing about food, she also loves talking about it and hosts her own podcast, Keep Calm and Cook On. She’s genuine, talented, and kind. I loved this conversation with her that spanned a wide range of topics, including her creative process, working with big names on coauthored books, , body image, diet culture and the food industry, perfectionism as it relates to capitalism, effortlessness actually taking effort, connection, cooking for one, and more.
Nov 24
1 hr
Squishy Hearts, "Rejection as Protection", Inner Teenagers, Dating and Breakups with Mari Andrew, Author and Illustrator [UPDATED REPOST]
This is a rerun of a 2019 episode from the archives with author and illustrator Mari Andrew. She is a present observer of her world and has the impressive talent to take her keen observations and translate them into relatable art. Fittingly enough, we ran into each other in the East Village, the neighborhood we both lived at the time, and soon she came over to record. In this conversation, we cover “rejection as protection”, creative routines, money in NYC, feeling raw after breakups, transitions and how they make us fertile for growth, her specific practice of gratitude, and her useful body image advice.
Nov 18
1 hr 26 min
Season Finale: Transitions & Connection, the Moon, & Astrology with Astrologer & Cosmic Rx Co-Founder Madi Murphy 🌗
This week I spoke with astrologer and cosmic consultant Madi Murphy, who combines her spiritual teachings with practical, actionable steps--and so much humor. In this season finale episode, we unpack all she’s learned. We talk about Saturn returns, starting her new business (the Cosmic Rx), how we can use astrology to connect with each other, our collective connection to the moon, and much more.
Nov 12
1 hr 19 min
Prioritizing Connection, Care, and Creativity with Singer-Songwriter Dana Williams 🎄
This week I spoke to singer-songwriter Dana Williams about her career in music and her new holiday album. Raised on singers like Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, Dana brings a jazzy nonchalance to her delivery while drawing big emotion from the subtlest vocal movement. We covered navigating grief and change, prioritizing community, learning through creative collaboration, and more.
Nov 5
1 hr 12 min
Victoria Jane on High level Human Design - Authority, Living Your Design with Ease, and What It All Means ⭐️
This week, I share my conversation with Victoria Jane, a Human Design reader and coach. We talk about ease vs. challenge, how Human Design relates to other personality charting systems like Enneagram and astrology, alignment, trusting rest and creation cycles, decision making, and more.
Oct 29
1 hr 22 min
Dr. Patti Kim Returns! 🍞
Dr. Patti Kim is a naturopathic doctor and acupuncturist in Los Angeles. She’s also my close friend, one of my favorite people to be around. We talk about “secret single behaviors”, wellness vs. enjoying your life, connection, simple quick eating, how loneliness impacts physical health, friendship, cocooning, and navigating change while staying present with what is in front of us.
Oct 21
1 hr 11 min
Evolving, Cooking, Style, Relationships & Business with Kerrilynn Pamer, founder of CAP Beauty 🧖‍♀️
This week’s conversation is with Kerrilynn Pamer, co-founder of the wellness company CAP Beauty. We recorded this at her kitchen table overlooking the mountains drinking espresso. She talks about starting CAP, being in the "unsexy" middle of a project, her love of cooking and sharing food, her evolving personal style, how to build and sustain positive relationships, and a whole lot more.
Oct 15
1 hr 25 min
Two Saviors, Writing, Touring, & Surfing with Musician Buck Meek of Big Thief
This week I spoke with Buck Meek, a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and founding member of the band Big Thief. Buck's latest solo album, Two Saviors, was released in January of this year. During our conversation, Buck talks about his songwriting process for this album and shares how his love of surfing relates to music. We also talk about his childhood and musical influences, the reality of life on the road, the magic of musical collaboration, and more.
Oct 8
1 hr 8 min
Managing Energy and Healing with Energy Worker Jessica Lyda 🦋
This week, I spoke with energy healer Jessica Lyda. Jessica aims to reconnect people with their bodies and their inner truth through her unique work, which I got to experience firsthand. We talk about the importance of comfort, the energetics of depression and anxiety, healing, romantic relationships, change, and more.
Sep 30
1 hr 37 min
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