Get Messy Art Podcast

Let Go of Control and Make Imperfect Art with Kelli Saginak

Together with Caylee Grey and guests, we’ll explore what it REALLY means to be an artist. Practically. Warts and all. So that you can be an artist, today, now, even if you work a day job, have a million and one commitments and own a cat that likes sitting on your art.

No more excuses. Okay? Okay.

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You guys. This is an episode in which I share the wisdom and kindness of my life coach. This is the one single human who has changed my life the most in the past year – the beautiful Kelli Saginak. Kelli opens up about her history with control and anxiety, we talk about practical ways of dealing with lack of control, how to do things in a way that feels aligned to your beliefs, opportunities for exploration, a reframing of perfectionism, failure, and making mistakes.

Kelli and my class, Unfold: The Art of Meditative Journaling, is now available for members. Click here to enroll.

If you’re a member of Get Messy, you can view the video version of this podcast: Self-Compassion, Self-Love, and Self-Worthiness.

Kelli Saginak

Kelli enjoys serving as a Certified Life & Weight Coach, and Nationally Certified Health & Wellness Coach. She is also a Professor Emeritus of Counselor Education and Supervision. Kelli specializations in the neuroscience of anxiety, stress, and emotional eating, and helping women heal and thrive through self-compassion, self-love, and self-worth. In her free time, Kelli loves spending time with her family, walking, reading, cooking, and perfecting the art of "being" more and "doing" less.

Caylee Grey, host of Get Messy

The Get Messy Podcast

I'm Caylee Grey. Creator of Get Messy, official fairy freaking artmother and your pro excuse-squashing ninja.

In the Get Messy podcast I’ll be chatting to a selection of amazing, real-life humans just like you are who are dealing with the very same barriers … but overcoming them to create their art.

Together, we’ll explore what it REALLY means to be an artist. Practically. Warts and all. So that you can be an artist, today, now, even if you work a day job, have a million and one commitments and own a cat that likes sitting on your art.

No more excuses. Okay? Okay.