061: You are not alone, a tribute to my cat Tytania, and the power of community

“She has always been, among other things, a teacher to me… I learned a lot about patience, I learned a lot about meeting someone where they are… and also she taught me how to have unconditional love for her even when she was peeing on everything and wanted nothing to do with me.” ~Andrea Klunder Grief, isolation, and the power Read more & listen →

NEW! Podcast Envy, a podcast about podcasting

Launching this month… here’s a preview of the first episode… Welcome to Podcast Envy, helping you make your show the envy of everyone else! How? Hint: It’s not about the microphone. I’m Andrea Klunder, your podcast boss, and together we are going to learn the mindset, the technology, the secrets to aligning your show with your passion, power and purpose. Read more & listen →

058: Cultivate brave space, intentional community, Licia Berry, Lisa Nalbone, Wendy Parman, Isabelle Rizo, Emily Stroia Gold

“There’s something sacred about passing the microphone to each individual woman and what’s even MORE exciting and sacred is the way in which everyone was LISTENING to each other.” ~Andrea Klunder In this episode, I have FIVE incredible women gathered to talk about intentional creative community and, of course, that pesky little impostor voice! My guests! Licia Berry… bestselling author, artist, Read more & listen →

056: Affirm yourself, Kelly Covert, Inner Voice Coach & Host of In Her Voice Podcast

“One minute does not change who I am.” ~Kelly Covert (upon reflecting over the disappointment of missing her triathlon personal record by one minute.) Everything counts… I met Kelly Covert online through a podcast mentoring program with Elsie Escobar (episode 044) and then in person at 2017 Podcast Movement and I LOVE Kelly’s presence. She is affirming, clear and joyful. She Read more & listen →

044: Break patterns & shift the narrative, Elsie Escobar

“It was, for me, a self-help tool. It was a way in which I experienced a very deep transformation in who I was as a woman — as a person.” ~Elsie Escobar, on podcasting How do we, as content creators, begin to break the patterns and shift the narrative? It might not be what you think… Elsie Escobar is one Read more & listen →

037: Permission to stop

“I keep thinking I need to do more– That I need more clients. That I’m going to run out of money. That I need to keep pushing forward until I make it to… where exactly?” ~Andrea Klunder Letting go of busy… It has been a BUSY month filled with transitions and new things.  Of course I knew it would be Read more & listen →

035: Impostor vs Intuition

“The impostor voice wants to protect you by keeping you small and safe. The intuitive voice wants to help you by elevating your platform to rise to the occasion. It may be risky. But it’s probably worth it.” ~Andrea Klunder So when you have both the voice of your creative impostor AND the voice of your deepest intuition clamoring for attention Read more & listen →

Your voice matters.

I’ve spent the past two weeks without my voice. It comes in fits and starts — raspy, breathy, squeaky or barely audible. Though for a good 4 days, I couldn’t make a peep. Laryngitis. Every singer’s nightmare. It used to happen to me a lot when I was in high school. My friends would tease me jovially saying, “Andrea, do Read more & listen →

Podcast PreSeason 004: Podcast Therapy & a Mantra for You

Listening to podcasts is like therapy for me and I recommend it for you to! Listen to this episode now… Here’s what I’ve been up to… Where I teach Kids Yoga: Little Beans Cafe & Playspace, Chicago Definitely have an 8-week session happening September/October 2015 — check their class & events schedule for more. My Kirtan Band: The Bhakti Caravan Read more & listen →

3 Reflections on a Rainy Mother’s Day

1. The other day, I was on the phone with my mom telling her about the Creative Impostor blog and podcast that I’m getting ready to launch. Also telling her about all the part-time and full-time jobs I’ve applied to this month (and the many, many rejections that have been rolling in.) Sometimes I feel like an unlikely failure because Read more & listen →