Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Have you ever been cruising Instagram or Pinterest and found yourself comparing your life to the beautiful people online? Don't lie, you know you do this. It is really easy to forget that what we see online is only part of someone's story, and a real, complicated person exists behind the camera. I'm interested in exploring the reality of life outside of the algorithm, both to remind us that everyone out there is human, but also, to remind us that we aren't alone.

Jul 22, 2019

We've all done it. Whether we've fibbed a little to make someone feel better about themselves or we've wrapped ourselves in so many untruths that getting out seems impossible, we've all lied. Today, in a sermon I gave to my Unitarian Universalist congregation in Napa, I will explore the different times I have lied, the...


Jul 15, 2019

Today I am continuing my conversation with Heather Kell of @kellofaplan, talking about consumerism, being a full-time content creator, and more! This is part two of a two part interview. 



This episode is sponsored by my Patrons. Learn more by checking out my Patron Page!



  • SOME STUFF FOR YOU

Get my newsletter!


Jul 8, 2019

A couple of weeks ago I published a video where during part of it I observed some things I’ve noticed about previous HP Squad members and them using other planners. That video inspired this podcast with Heather Kell of @kellofaplan, talking to her about how she had been in a box of her own making when it came to a...


Jul 1, 2019

Putting your life out there on YouTube can be scary, both in sharing your house/family/schedule/etc AND in the potential for negative comments and feedback. In today’s episode I am solo, answering a question from gratefulheart from my YouTube channel about how I deal with these fears and negative comments, and my...


Jun 24, 2019

Today is part two of two of a conversation with Mira Bradshaw, aka @cetusknits, about how a recent blow up in the knitting community has started conversations and caused her to step out of her comfort zone. We talk about why some business owners might not speak out on racism, similarities between craft communities and...