Let It Out with Katie Dalebout (previously the Wellness Wonderland Radio or WWRadio)
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Long-form conversations with good people who are good at being themselves. A diverse group of guests including visionary bloggers, authors, yogis, artists, entrepreneurs, comedians & actors with interesting perspectives, careers, and stories. Here they candidly share their story through an organic conversation with me. Topics include love, art, mindfulness, creativity, feminism, holistic living, relationships, sex, business, blogging, personal growth, health, body image, and sometimes things get super deep and spiritual and sometimes they are really funny because life is both.

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    121| HIGHLIGHT DETROIT with Christian Birky of Lazlo on Ethical Fashion, Sustainable Consumption, and Why He love Detroit!

    This week is particularly exciting since this episode is the first in my new mini-series HIGHLIGHT DETROIT. I love it here. I love the vibe, love the landscape, the grit, the art, the food, but most of all…. I love the people. I had the thought that I wanted to introduce those cool people here to you so the mini-series HIGHLIGHT DETROIT was born. There are so many fascinating people here, from artists to entrepreneurs and many of them become my non-Internet exclusive friends. Today is the first installment with Christian Birky founder of the brand Laszlo which you will hear all about in this episode. After graduating from Princeton in 2013, where time spent tutoring in a prison led to a thesis on prison policy Christian's interest in social entrepreneurship goes back to a pony-powered, emissions-free lawn service he started at age 11 with his sister (and Lazlo co-founder) Kathryn. I met Christian at a Creative Mornings talk he gave about ethics a couple months ago and loved his brand, vision, and mission. I couldn't think of a better person to kick off this series spotlighting our area of the country. We hear from people in bigger cities like New York or LA way more frequently on podcasts (even this one) which is why I wanted to spotlight some people who live in Detroit so you can get a taste of how exciting it is to live here. So for the next hour or so while you're listening to this episode and future ones from this series... WELCOME TO DETROIT.

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    120 | Bethany Webster on The 'Mother Wound' and The Importance of a Healthy Adult Relationship with our parents, boundaries, self-care, and more!

    This week I have a fascinating conversation with Bethany Webster about the 'Mother Wound' We get into what that even means, how to heal it, and how our adult relationships with our mothers impact our lives. This is a topic that I didn't know existed or anything about before I found Bethany's work through a listener of the podcast and once I explored this topic a further I found so much value in really looking at this in my own life through implementing the tips Bethany shares in this episode. She outlines her 7 steps for healing the mother wound as well as explains in depth what the mother wound is and the symptoms of it in our lives. Be open to learning something new in this episode and I'd love our feedback.

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    119 | Steve & Michelle of the Laugh or Go Crazy Podcast on Being Selfless, Manifestation and Finding Joy in Everyday Life

    Welcome back to another week of the podcast. This week I speak with two guests who are actually podcast co-hosts themselves and such lovely people. Steve and Michelle host the very popular podcast Laugh or Go Crazy where they talk about where the spiritual meets the comical. They are both elementary school teachers and best friends who record some of their real-life deep conversations about life, love, career, friendship, parenthood, feelings and more and share them through their podcast. We talk in this episode all about how they met and how the podcast was conceived. We get into personal growth and the law of attraction and how they use these concepts on a practical level. It's a fun, inspiring conversation I loved having. I'm sure you'll love getting to know them as much as I did in today's very sweet episode. The two of them even came to my book launch party in NYC last spring...if that doesn't tell you what thoughtful, genuine, and supportive people they are then this episode for sure will...

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    118 | Audra Dennison on Ditching Dieting, Metabolism Healing, Getting Your Period Back if it's MIA, Listening to Your Body's Needs + More!

    I recorded this episode with Audra Dennison quite a while ago so when I relistened before airing it this today I'd forgotten exactly what we discussed and how tremendously helpful Audra had been to me personally in healing my metabolism and getting my period back after years of dieting and restricting my food. This episode does focus heavily on diet recovery but even if you’ve always been a 'normal eater' listen to this episode. You might think it would be boring for you but I'd encourage you to listen because it will give you insight into the way so many people live when it comes to dieting and controlling their food and exercise and how that impacts their physical and mental health long term. I share a bunch about my own story in this episode and open up about where I am at now vs where I've been with body image since starting this podcast.  We talk about healing your metabolism and get way into the Minnesota starvation experiment under research scientist Ancel Keys which is REAL fascinating. We discuss the importance of learning to embrace your adult body and getting over wanting your body to look as it was as child or another point in your life + many other things so just listen, okay? 

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    117 | Gala Darling on Style Tips, Relationship Advice, Radical Self-Love, Her Body Image Secret, + More!

    I've been following Gala Darling for a while now and having her on my podcast had been on my guest goal list for years. Finally, in this episode we made it happen and the conversation does not disappoint. Gala is constantly raw, real, and so completely herself in everything she does. It's contagious just by being around her being so at peace with who she is makes me feel like I want to remove any masks I might still be wearing and fully be myself out in the world no mater how unique. I got to meet Gala in person last summer at Kripalu and she was exactly who she seems online in person which is always refreshing. This conversation is super tangential covering buckets of topics from radical self-love, her body image secret, style & fashion tips, relationship advice, and blogging insight. I know you'll love her and this conversation as much as I did. Keep in touch with Gala and I on social media and let us know what you thought of our episode.

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    116 | Talia Pollock of Party in My Plants on Finding Humor in the Wellness World /Every where, Infusing Food with fun, and More!

    Talia of Party in my Plants talks about how clean eating and wellness healed her stomach issues then made her super isolated and depressed and we focus on what happens after than when she figured out how to find the funny in food, wellness, and overall life. She's blending comedy and health and wellness and is just an overall really talented cool person.

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    114 | Beth Stelling on Comedy, Following Your Passion and way More!

    This week's guest is the smart, funny and beautiful comedian Beth Stelling. I first heard about her through one of my favorite podcast episodes with Pete Holmes and later I find out she was a good friend of my close friends Simi and Tim (who you have all met of previous pods). Being able to spend over an hour with her chatting about her life and comedy was amazing.

    Then I have a mini-interview with another inspiring entrepreneur and today's pod sponsor Zeb Dropkin of Northbook Journals. Northbook Journals have been my journal of choice lately especially when I am on-the-go. Zeb shares why he decided to start a journaling company and how he's overcome the 'startup' challenges.

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    113 | Linda Bacon on True Health at Every Size, the Importance of Community, and more!

    Linda Bacon is a brilliant professor, speaker, and author (plus so much more) who is full of wisdom on all things related to diet, health and nutrition. She is known for challenging standards about health and weight set by society and science. This episode covers not only topics related to health and weight but to also making life as a whole beautiful and what that means. We talk about seeing the importance of pleasure and community. My favorite part of todays conversation is about 20 minutes into the episode where Linda shares a powerful story that illustrates discrimination and the power it can have even in subtle ways.

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