Get Messy Art Podcast

Telling Your Story – For Self-Publishing or for Yourself with Kristin Tweedale

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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Telling your story is important. Telling your story of your life is what connects you to others, and helps them feel a little less lonely. By telling your story, you give others permission and remind them of their worth. The story-telling champion, Kristin Tweedale, and I talk about telling your story for yourself as well as for self-publishing. She shares absolutely everything about her self-publishing journeys – the one she took years ago, and the one she’s currently on.

Podcast Show Notes

We discuss:

How I created with Kristin’s book and fit it into my crazy newborn schedule:

Kristin Tweedale

Kristin Tweedale was born + raised in the North Jersey suburbs of NYC. She misses real pizza, her family, and diners. In that order. She currently lives in East Lansing, MI with her partner Jeff, and her magical ever-growing vegetable garden (gotta grow those pizza ingredients, after all). She is the founder and leader of the Awesome Ladies Project, a Feminist Scrapbooking community for women who want to learn to tell the stories of their lives with pictures, paper supplies, words, and the bits of life we pick up along the way. You can join at theawesomeladiesproject.com OR you can download the brand new ALP community app that she created. She also has a podcast, Crafty Ass Female with almost 300 episodes that you can pick up on any of your favorite podcast players.

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.