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CYOP Wisdom 2015 (See Also: My Podcast Guests are Incredibly Smart)

CYOP Wisdom 2015 (See Also: My Podcast Guests are Incredibly Smart)

Originally, I had planned to pick out a few of my favorite podcast episodes from 2015 and share them with you this week, but picking favorite interviews is like picking a favorite nephew or loving one of my pups more than the other.

I just couldn't do it.

However, I did go through what turned out to be a treasure trove of smart statements and great advice from the year and thought I'd share them with you—gallery style—right here. Of course, Instagram is my favorite place to share the wise words from each guest, but I thought it might be fun to collect all of the quotes here in one spot as well.

So let's take a look back at an awesome season, shall we?

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Now, in true end-of-year form, I would like to give those of you who are new to the podcast a way to get started. Here are the five episodes from 2015 that I'd consider fan-favorites based on downloads:

CYOP #46 - The Benefits of Practice + Creating a Diverse Body of Work with Fine Artist + Illustrator Lisa Congdon

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CYOP #57 - Writing the Next Chapter with Grace Bonney of Design Sponge and Food Writer Julia Turshen

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CYOP #51 - Staying Organized + Understanding the Power of Art with Rosaura Unangst of Pigment + Parchment

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CYOP #50 - Working Through Fear and Exploring Your Creativity with Omonivie Okhade of Tula in Bloom

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CYOP #55 - Switching Careers + Sharing Great Content with Jessica Murnane of the One Part Podcast

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Happy listening, my friends, and thank you SO much for making this season of Creating Your Own Path the best yet. Stay tuned for updates on Season 3 by subscribing to the show (iTunes + Stitcher) and following along on Instagram!


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Grand Tetons + Edward Abbey + Happy Links

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"May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome,  dangerous, leading to the most amazing view."// Edward Abbey

Happy Links:

  • Erin Loechner from Design for Mankind posted this amazing video to her design blog for tiny humans, Design for Minikind and it totally made my day. Children are the best at telling it like it is. I truly feel like we grown-ups can learn a thing or two from these small, wise souls.
  • Love art and food? Me too. I came across this beautiful post on the Anthology Magazine blog and now I'm hungry and kind of want to hit up the show.
  • If I'm ever feeling a bit lacking in the wanderlust department, Designtripper always comes through like a champ. This post on winter cabins has me wishing for a warm fire and a bit more chilly weather.

Wrap it Up:

  • Way back when, I mentioned wanting to write more about where I live. The Sacramento region is a wonderful place to live and I love sharing my favorite spots and activities with people. So, I put together a few of my favorite places to take a stroll in Sacramento. It's looking like we have a beautiful weekend ahead of us, so let's all go outside shall we?
  • I'm having a wonderful time dishing on my favorite independent publications in the 'Cover to Cover' series. I was lucky enough to get my hands on Volume 4 of Off Switch Magazine and interview Founder and Editor-in-Chief Katie Michels this week. If you missed it, you can check it out here.

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I hope you all have a lovely weekend!

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