How to Not Always be Working with Marlee Grace on feeling feelings, boundaries, change, sobriety, art, more, correct and in alignment vs. right or wrong, job vs. hobbies.
Notes from the Show:
-Marlee Grace on The Web | Instagram
-Your Art Will Save Your Life by Beth Pickins
-Woody Guthrie New Years Rulins
-Her former store Have Company
-How to Break Up With Your Phone by Catherine Price
-Article on how social media is designed to make us addicted on Vice
-Marlee's Creative Advising Sessions
-Ellen Rutt painter, recording podcast at her apartment
-Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) that helped Marlee get sober
-Marlee's tools for feeling the feels:
-Easy Way to Stop Smoking by Allen Carr
-Marlee's best friend Katie Crutchfield
-Walk Through Walls: A Memoir by Marina Abromovic
-My Brilliant Friend: Neapolitan Novels, Book One by Elena Ferrante
-Fleetwood Mac's albums Tusk and Rumours
-King Princess song Pussy is God
-Angel Nafis poetry
-Solange Knowles, artist who inspires Marlee
-Marlee's dance mentors The Architects
-Hilma Klimt show at the Guggenheim
All original music composed by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs
Album art by Zoie Harman
Likes & Learns:
-Dried mulberries! My new favorite snack.
-Freaky Health Chocolate by my friend Karolina
-Emmy's Organics use code LETITOUT to get 40% off your first order!
-A lesson from my friend and former podcast guest Dr Samantha Boardman. She says when you're feeling depressed or anxious to do the thing that's 'un-you' or not like you what you would normally do to change the pattern.
-We need each other! Remember to all lean on your friends :)
-A signed copy of Marlee's book How to Not Always Be Working giveaway! Tag @katiedalebout and @marleegrace on Instagram to enter.
-My journaling class with Bluprint goes live today, January 23rd, and I can’t wait to share it with you guys!
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-Get my book Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling.
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