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.
getting to center and being in process: marlee grace returns 🛹
In this episode I spoke with Marlee Grace, a dancer, radio show host, writer, and author of the books How to Not Always Be Working and GETTING TO CENTER. We discuss crushes and big feelings, creativity and routines, catastrophic thinking, newness and moving, a lot about codependency, Instagram addiction, productivity, friendship, and of course, getting to center.
Nov 6
1 hr 34 min
feng shui & making space for creativity with Anjie Cho 💐
this week i got to talk to my good friend Anjie Cho. Anjie has helped me with the feng shui of all of my apartments, and in this episode I spoke with her about my new space in LA. it's a real session where you'll hear about where I am and what i'm hoping for. we also talk about the connection between space and creativity, letting go of things, eating disorders and space, generosity, and more.
Oct 29
1 hr 55 min
shifting thinking and beliefs, change, and more with Naomi Mdudu ⚡
I met today's guest Naomi through my friend Simi, and I'm so glad I did because this was one of my favorite conversations I've had. We talk about change, growth, our thoughts and beliefs, shifting low self worth, and so much more.
Oct 15
1 hr 41 min
confidence contagion with Hannah Faust
This week I'm talking to dancer, actress, model, interior designer, and podcast host Hannah Faust. We talk about creating spaces and decorating, organization, becoming an organized person, recovery, becoming better at being yourself, confidence, dating during the pandemic, and more.
Sep 24
2 hr 8 min
in process & becoming hosted by Emily Schultz with guest Katie
This week I’m airing a recent interview where I was a guest on the new podcast Back To You with Emily Schultz. In this episode we have a candid catch up about change during a year of uncertainty and how the pandemic has impacted us. We get into how the last several months have been, podcasting, creativity, and change. Emily is an amazing host and I loved seeing where she took the conversation.
Sep 17
1 hr 37 min
writing rituals & mental health with Jeni McFarland + current favorites!
This summer we decided to do our first book club and we chose The House of Deep Water by today's guest Jeni McFarland. This conversation covers trauma, therapy, mental health, Jeni's writing rituals, and how’s she taking care of herself in the pandemic. It’s a shorter conversation so I’m going to get back into the habit of something I used to do years ago which is sharing some of my "favorites."
Sep 10
1 hr 16 min
change is funny with writer, comedian, and musician Shanthony Exum ☀️
Welcome back to a new season of the podcast! This week I spoke with my friend Shanthony Exum who is a true life artist. She is a writer, musician, and comedian. We talk about: moving and change, being a performer during Covid, what happens after a big success, body image, DIY culture, defying traditional institutions, intersectionality, improv, and what she's loving lately.
Sep 3
1 hr 25 min
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 DanlerShow notes:Instagram Twitter FacebookPeach MagCalamity MagPotluck MagThe Artist's Way by Julia Cameron (Book)Binders full of womenHeather Christle (Poet/Author)I Remember by Joe Brainard (Book)Bernadette Mayer (Poet) - Her list of journaling ideasSister Outsider by Audre Lorde (Book) Melissa BroderPhoto credit: Faryl AmadeusSponsors:This episode was also supported by Four Sigmatic, a wellness company that is well known for its delicious mushroom coffee. I’ve worked out an exclusive offer with Four Sigmatic on their best selling lions mane coffee - this is JUST for the Let It Out podcast listeners. Receive up to 39% off their best selling Lion’s Mane Coffee bundles by going to FourSigmatic.com/KATIE. new to *let it out* --> start with these linkskatie's site: https://katiedalebout.com/our start here guide: https://letitouttt.com/general/start-here/++ LET IT OUT letter katie's bookLET IT OUT kits 
Aug 6
1 hr 42 min
((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.
Jul 23
1 hr 36 min
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.
Jul 16
1 hr 35 min
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