hiding in the bathroom
My podcast, The Make Light Show, will be back in June; however, I had the distinct pleasure of being a guest on my friend Morra Aarons-Mele's podcast, Hiding in the Bathroom. We talked about what it's like to be an introvert, transitioning from a lawyer where the phrase "dry hole" came up more often than I'd have liked to work I enjoy more than I can express, and what it means to be a multi-hyphenate.
It was great fun. Click here or the arrow below to listen.
The podcast where I talked about introversion and dream jobs.
Connection, the future of social media, and Sesame Street as a standard for worldview.
Because when your friend ends up on a billboard in Times Square in her underwear, you talk about it.
All about resilience after breathtaking loss. And so. much. self-compassion.
All about movement as connection. Also, body oil.
Mike Reynolds joins me to talk about feminism, masculinity and standing in your values.
Malaka Gharib joins me to talk about growing up in a multiracial, multinational family and why a hookah and mint tea on the patio is the secret to a good life.
Aimee Woodall talks to me about taking risks to change the world, and months of alone-time in a forest.
Carmen and I talk about growing up internationally, the mistakes people make when they travel with kids, and inexpensive travel upgrades.
A re-broadcast of the lovely Mira Jacob, and what it means to be creative.