Oct 20, 2017

Social Media Q+A with Lisa Congdon

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After talking about maintaining a level of privacy online, and what it is like to feel like you really know someone when you follow them online, Caroline asks Lisa a series of questions about her social media practice.

Links:

Lisa Congdon

Lisa's Insta: @lisacongdon

Lisa's Twitter: @lisacongdon

Lisa's Facebook: Lisa Congdon Art + Illustration

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

Out of Line on Facebook: Out of Line with Caroline Lee

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

Oct 20, 2017

05: Lisa Congdon on feeling like you really know the people that you follow online

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Lisa Congdon is an artist, illustrator and author of 7 books, including her most recent release, A Glorious Freedom: Older Women Leading Extraordinary Lives. Lisa is a swimmer, biker, animal lover, speaker and advocate, and was named one of the 40 Women Over 40 to Watch in 2015. On a more personal note, Lisa created the artwork for this podcast, and I feel so lucky to have Out of Line visually represented by her creativity. Lisa and her wife, Clay, live and work in Portland, Oregon, so we hopped on a Skype call to record our chat. We delve into the realm of what its like to 'grow up online', and explore the sense that you know someone in real life when you follow them online.

Links:

Lisa Congdon

Lisa's Insta: @lisacongdon

Lisa's Twitter: @lisacongdon

Lisa's Facebook: Lisa Congdon Art + Illustration

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

Out of Line on Facebook: Out of Line with Caroline Lee

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

Oct 11, 2017

Social Media Q+A with William Matthews

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After discussing the Real Housewives of Atlanta (and so much more), Caroline asks William a series of questions about his social media practice.

Links:

William Matthews

William's Insta: @williamimatthews

William's Twitter: @WilliamMatt22

William's Facebook: William Matthews Music

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

Out of Line on Facebook: Out of Line with Caroline Lee

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

Oct 11, 2017

04: William Matthews on the Real Housewives of Atlanta

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William Matthews is an LA-based musician, who rose to fame through his songwriting in the Christian and gospel genres. William is one of the only guests on Out of Line with whose fanbase grew outsides of social media, and so his following is quite equal across multiple channels. William is a producer, coach and also podcaster of his own show, CultureShock.

The song Why I Love You by Major.

The song Free by William Matthews + Lisa Gungor, performed by Gungor ft. William Matthews.

Links:

William Matthews

William's Insta: @williamimatthews

William's Twitter: @WilliamMatt22

William's Facebook: William Matthews Music

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

Out of Line on Facebook: Out of Line with Caroline Lee

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

Oct 11, 2017

Social Media Q+A with Elsie Larson

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After discussing the special needs adoption process, Caroline asks Elsie a series of questions about her social media practices.

Links:

Elsie Larson's blog: A Beautiful Mess

Elsie Larson on Insta: @elsielarson / @abeautifulmess

A Color Story photo editing app

OuiFresh

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

Oct 11, 2017

03: Elsie Larson on special needs adoption

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Elsie Larson is one of the OG bloggers and social media mavens, whose blog A Beautiful Mess just turned a whopping 10 years old. If we converted blog years to human years, that’d be like 92.. But Elsie didn’t just stop at a blog. She’s joined forces with her sister, Emma, and together, they’ve published two books, two apps (including my personal favorite phone editing app, A Color Story) and most recently, a product line called OuiFresh. Elsie lives in Nashville, so she and Caroline hopped on a Skype call to record this episode, where they talk about Elsie's recent process adopting her daughter from China. Elsie and her husband chose to adopt a child with special needs, and Elsie discusses that experience and everything that was involved.

Read Elsie's blog post on Albinism here.

Links:

Elsie Larson's blog: A Beautiful Mess

Elsie Larson on Insta: @elsielarson / @abeautifulmess

A Color Story photo editing app

OuiFresh

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

Oct 11, 2017

Social Media Q+A with Patrick Janelle

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After discussing Patrick's growing up years and experiences, Caroline asks him a series of questions on his social media practices.

 

Links:

Patrick Janelle

Patrick on Insta: @aguynamedpatrick

Spring Street Social Society

The Liqur Cabinet

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

Oct 11, 2017

02: Patrick Janelle on growing up conservative

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Patrick Janelle is one of the gram gods of NYC. Affectionately known as a guy named patrick [@aguynamedpatrick], this guy is the king of creating other-worldly experiences through the membership club called Spring Street Social Society that he co-founded with Amy Virginia Buchanan. Patrick is a strategist who effortlessly integrates marketing into his Spring Street events and Instagram feed. He also happened to create the app called Liquor Cabinet. Patrick and Caroline snuck away to record this one Friday, where Caroline sipped coffee in LA at 11am and Patrick turned to wine since it was already the freakin’ weekend in NYC. The discussion quickly went to Patrick's years growing up in a conservative community knowing that he was gay.

Links:

Patrick Janelle

Patrick on Insta: @aguynamedpatrick

Spring Street Social Society

The Liqur Cabinet

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

 

Oct 11, 2017

Social Media Q+A with Justina Blakeney

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After talking about race and body image with Justina, Caroline asks her about some of her social media practices.

 

Links:

Justina Blakeney

Justina's Blog: The Jungalow

Justina on Insta: @justinablakeney / @thejungalow

Justina's first book, The New Bohemians

Justina's new book, The New Bohemians Handbook

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

Oct 11, 2017

01: Justina Blakeney on race and body image

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Justina Blakeney is everyone’s favorite interior goddess and guru. Designer, illustrator, author of the New York Times best seller the New Bohemians and newly released New Bohemians Handbook, she’s also the birth-giver to the empire known as the Jungalow.

Justina and Caroline both live in LA, but hopped on a Skype call to record their discussion on race and body image.

Links:

Justina Blakeney

Justina's Blog: The Jungalow

Justina on Insta: @justinablakeney / @thejungalow

Justina's first book, The New Bohemians

Justina's new book, The New Bohemians Handbook

Caroline Lee

Caroline on Insta: @teamwoodnote

Caroline on Twitter: @teamwoodnote

Out of Line on Insta: @outoflinepodcast

email Caroline: outoflinepodcast@gmail.com

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