If you have any of your work available online in any capacity, you're going to get judged. Someone, somewhere will have a problem with you. This is how we handle it without Hulking out and destroying worlds. (Though of course we all want to Hulk out and destroy worlds and HOW DARE THEY. I know.)
...in which we talk about all the goodness that is quitting something that you don't love, the danger of 'necessary evils,' and what happens when you start a dance party in your yard for no good reason. See also: stranger danger! Risk-taking! Bravery! Just listen already!
...in which we talk about all the ways to make your work come alive. And that one time a speech of mine went sideways.
...in which we talk internal goals, external goals, and why productivity hackers are of no use to me right now.
...in which I share the practical, everyday, run-of-the-mill products and services and practices that have helped me feel less like a victim of my emotions -- which is how I spent the first 31 years of life.
...in which Branden Harvey, creator of the GoodNewspaper and the Sounds Good podcast, talks with me about having an audience, doing good work, and ongoing creativity.
...in which we talk quitting social media, reclaiming the soul, and striving for depth. (Fexit questions answered here.)
109: Serve the poet goddess inside you and also accept the wealth that is available to you, homegirl
...in which I actually make one of the classes suggested on a survey and we talk about receiving more of everything *but* money, like joy and pleasure and the love of animals and cow hugs. (Also money.)