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This May Be Oversharing Podcast: Episode 2, Kat O’Leary

This May Be Oversharing Podcast: Episode 2

I have such admiration for my friend Kat O’Leary, which is why I scheduled her as my first guest! Kat works a 9-5 but has more side hustles than I can count—and more than she can remember! On this episode, Kat and I talk about everything from spirituality (including our lapsed Catholicism) to writing to running. Enjoy!

Things Mentioned on the Show

New York Junior League

Anna O’Brien: Glitter and Lazers

Nanowrimo

Hallmark Movies

Business Christmas

Year of New

Coney Island Polar Bear Dip

Write Doe Bay

Tiffany Han creativity course

Messy // Reach Out

Crystal: Episode 1

Eckhart Tolle: Power of Now

Untethered Soul

A Course in Miracles

Marianne Williamson 

Gabby Bernstein

You Are a Badass

Vipassana silent retreat

Stoop Meditation

Daily Meditation Podcast  

Inscape studio/app

Three Jewels

NYC Marathon

Follow Kat:

Instagram

Twitter

Spirit for Skeptics

Business Christmas  podcast

Introducing This May Be Oversharing Podcast!

Hello and happy Wednesday!

this may be oversharing podcast

I have some exciting news! My podcast—This May Be Oversharing podcast—is live! (OK, I think I’ve already met my exclamation point allowance.)

I have to give so much credit to my friend Jocelyn, who’s been telling me for years I need to start one. I’m a storyteller by nature and by profession, and spoken is just the most natural extension of that these days. Plus, it gives me the ability to go into depth that I can’t always do in writing or on Instagram stories. For the years that Jocelyn’s been telling me this, I have been TERRIFIED. But earlier this year, I did several podcast interviews and realized two things: I can do this, and I want to do this. I don’t just want to be interviewed, I want to hear others’ stories and what they have to learn. I want to share what I’ve learned in a tough few years, in hopes I can use my experiences to spare even one person some of the pain I’ve felt. Also, to be honest, it’s a media format that isn’t going anywhere, and I want to get these skills under my belt.

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