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Unedited. Uncut. Sometimes Unhinged. Here you will find lessons, stories, and thoroughly over-analyzed and under-utilized tactics for hunting wild-game and living a deliberate life in the woods and on the waters of the Northeast.
 
Bust Your Ruts RADIO is the first-ever interactive Reality Radio show that helps real people - facing real life challenges - with real solutions. Listeners are invited to play along and take the weekly CHANGE Challenge as they Bust their Ruts! Deb Erickson, former teacher and coach turned Fortune 500 speaker and trainer, is the dynamic host of this revolutionary new show. Deb’s book, Get Out of the Rut, and On With Your Life and her life-changing program, The RutBusting Challenge are transfo ...
 
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This week's quandary is about how to make a decision when you're caught in a yes/no spiral. Madeleine unpacks the standstill of indecision, how to handle the regret we can feel, and mixes many metaphors! Explored in this episode: ​Routine of the week: finding your first domino Rut of the week: relearning how to mingle How indecision is a decision B…
 
This week's quandary is several in one: how to know if something is good enough, how to determine your life purpose, and how to know where to start. Madeleine unpacks the hesitation behind asking how, so you can overcome it and step into the moment in front of you. Explored in this episode: ​How asking how keeps us stuck Figuring out what you want …
 
It's been a minute! To introduce season three, host Madeleine Dore reflects on disappearing for a while to write her first book, I Didn't Do The Thing Today. Also, to delve further into the lessons on letting go of productivity guilt, this season Madeleine will be dishing up counterintuitive lessons in the hope that it can lead you to figuring out …
 
Thank you for listening to the second season of Routines & Ruts! To stay tuned for season three, please subscribe or follow the podcast on your preferred listening platform. You can also stay in the loop by signing up to the free Extraordinary Routines newsletter, or follow along at @extraordinary_routines on Instagram. Episodes mentioned: Period p…
 
The final episode for season three asks, how do we find the beauty in the break and determine our preference for rest? Mentioned: Explore the DIY workbook mentioned: TIME, SPACE & QUIET Re- by designer Molly Grover * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast,…
 
“Frugal hedonism is partly about noticing when less is more, and that applies to activity just as much as in the realm of consumption.” – Annie Raser Rowland Artist, horticulturalist and co-author of The Art of Frugal Hedonism: A Guide to Spending Less While Enjoying Everything More talks about creating a life less dependent on the comforts of cons…
 
In this mini episode, Madeleine shares her trusted "puddle theory" from the DIY workbook, TIME, SPACE & QUIET. Download the puddle priority list and the DIY workbook at sideprojectessions.com and make time, space and quiet for the things you're putting off. * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curio…
 
“Ultimately the goal is to communicate our wants, needs, fears and boundaries confidently and effectively.” – Hilary Jacobs Hendel Psychotherapist and author of It's Not Always Depression: Working the change triangle to listen to the body, Discover Core Emotions and Reconnect with Your Authentic Self talks about the importance of emotional educatio…
 
This week's mini episode asks, how do we spend less time ruminating and worrying about what other think? * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast, please share with a friend, or say thanks with a coffee! To stay tuned, please subscribe to the show wherever…
 
“Often we think within our 10-foot radius that everything is happening to us. Step outside of that 10-foot radius and you’ll frequently see that the same things are happening to others around you at the same time. Perhaps that can make it easier if we’re able to see that it is not just all about us.” – Greg Quicke Self-taught bush astronomer and au…
 
This week's mini episode asks, how do we learn to ask generously and say no kindly? * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast, please share with a friend, or say thanks with a coffee! To stay tuned, please subscribe to the show wherever you hear your podcas…
 
"If we’re going to get serious about talking about disability and mental health, then we need to talk about what that really looks like for everyone involved.” –Kylie Maslen Author of Show Me Where It Hurts: Living with Invisible Illness Kylie Maslen discusses how creating a shared understanding of someone’s day to day can help break down the barri…
 
This week's mini episode asks, how do allow both attention and distraction into our days? Mentioned: Everything I learned from (finally) completing The Artist's Way * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast, please share with a friend, or say thanks with a …
 
Author of Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World Tyson Yunkaporta speaks to how when we reduce creativity to a marketplace, we overlook how we are all creative. “Creativity is now widely regarded as a vaguely defined skill-set falling randomly on individual geniuses. Deep engagement encompassing mind, body, heart and spirit has been …
 
This week's mini episode asks, how do we let go of what we think we 'should' be doing? * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast, please share with a friend, or say thanks with a coffee! To stay tuned, please subscribe to the show wherever you hear your pod…
 
Pandora Sykes is a writer, journalist and broadcaster—but as she shares in this conversation, she’s a gatherer. In the book, How Do We Know We're Doing It Right?, her writing and columns and in the acclaimed weekly podcast The High Low she co-hosts with Dolly Alderton — Pandora is constantly collecting, exploring and dissecting the work of writers,…
 
This week's mini episode asks, how can we get out of the indecision spiral? * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast, please share with a friend, or say thanks with a coffee! To stay tuned, please subscribe to the show wherever you hear your podcasts and s…
 
Sarah Wilson is a former journalist and TV presenter, best-selling author and activist, whose latest book This One Wild and Precious Life explores how vital individual change is in a world demanding more of us In this conversation, we speak about using routine to bookend your days, tilting rather than abiding by strict rules, cool aloneness as an a…
 
This week's mini episode asks, can empty time be a gift—and can we find it in a crammed life? * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast, please share with a friend, or say thanks with a coffee! To stay tuned, please subscribe to the show wherever you hear y…
 
From working as a baker and a chef, to an actor and yoga teacher across the globe, Kemi Nekvapil has lived many lives. Now as a credentialed life coach, a speaker and author of The Gift of Asking and host of The Shift Series short form podcast, she credits exploring various career paths as helping draw her own definition of success and how she spen…
 
This week's mini episode asks, can a small good thing help with overwhelm? * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast, please share with a friend, or say thanks with a coffee! To stay tuned, please subscribe to the show wherever you hear your podcasts and si…
 
We live in a linear world – with linear schedules, and linear expectations of our energy, or our time, our bodies. But what if we don’t move throughout our days in straight lines, but rather ebb and flow in cycles? In this conversation, author of Period Queen: Life hack your cycle and own your power all month long Lucy Peach delves into cycle amnes…
 
This week's mini episode explores the different types of doing – and what gets in the way of doing our thing. * * * Thank you for listening to Routines & Ruts, a labour of love fuelled by time and curiosity. If you'd like to support the podcast, please share with a friend, or say thanks with a coffee! To stay tuned, please subscribe to the show whe…
 
Why do we sometimes hide from our selves, and where are we hiding? In his latest book The Inner Self: The joy of discovering who we really are, social researcher Hugh Mackay explores our top twenty hiding places, including busyness, perfectionism, guilt, ambition, work and even the pursuit of happiness. In this conversation, we talk about how creat…
 
Ever feel like you're not doing enough, or doing too much? In the break between podcast seasons, I’ve been inspecting the space between the doing and not-doing and asking what it means to replenish. So I’m delighted to introduce Rest & Recreation. It's a weekly mini-episode that gives you a moment of R&R, but also a reminder that we aren’t just wha…
 
Throughout this season I’ve reflected with my guests on various topics relating to our creatives lives, including process, productivity-shame, mistakes, money, vulnerability, self-compassion, uncertainty, self-sabotage, self-growth, joy, setbacks, privilege, letting go, solitude, resilience, busyness, heartbreak, patience, mental health, limitation…
 
We often hear that emotions such as joy are cultivated within, but for designer Ingrid Fetell Lee, there is a strong possibility that it can be found in our surroundings. For over a decade, Ingrid has been devoted to answering the question: "How do tangible things create intangible joy?" both through her blog, The Aesthetics of Joy and her incredib…
 
Matthew Evans is a former chef and food critic, turned Tasmanian smallholder, restaurateur, food activist and star of the SBS television series Gourmet Farmer alongside his family. As the author of over a dozen books including On Eating Meat: The truth about its production and the ethics of eating it, Matthew also has a lot to share on the writing …
 
There is no one way to navigate a pandemic. This routine-collage and slice of creative life during COVID-19 showcases these differences as well as unifying reflections. Bringing together over 60 difference perspectives – from dozens of listeners and more than thirty artists and creatives I’ve previously interviewed – you can hear how other people a…
 
Every strength we perceive in ourselves or others perceive in us, has a flipside that feels like a weakness. Often it’s our traits that make us extraordinary that can make us feel most ordinary – and vice versa –creating an internal contradiction. Figuring out our contradictions and squaring off those sides of ourselves can take years, decades, but…
 
For this week’s guest, knowing we are enough permeates everything she does. Kylie Lewis is a coach, consultant, and Certified Dare to Lead™ and Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, based on the research of Brené Brown.. Her interview series turned book, The Leap Stories explores how there’s no single path to success and no formulaic way to conjure th…
 
In Luke Currie-Richardson's own words, he may not know what he does for a living, but he knows why he wake up in the morning. Luke is a descendant of the Kuku Yalanji and Djabugay peoples, the Munaldjali Clan of South East QLD and the Meriam people of the Eastern Torres Strait Islands. His younger years were spent as a basketball player, and from 2…
 
Poet May Sarton once wrote, "People who have regular jobs can have no idea of just this problem of ordering a day that has no pattern imposed on it from without." This week’s guest has never had a problem with ordering her own day, in fact, the fashion icon has long resisted the structures often imposed from without. Sarah Jane Adams is a self-made…
 
For this week’s guest, resilience is what has helped him navigate the highest of the highs, and lowest of the lows, many times over. Jai Long is a photographer, educator and creative entrepreneur. Most recently, he has been at the helm of three successful businesses – including Free the Bird wedding photography Heartbreak Booth, workshops for creat…
 
There’s a quote going around on from Glennon Melton’s book, Carry On, Warrior: Thoughts on Life Unarmed and it reads: “You have been offered the gift of crisis. As Kathleen Norris reminds us, the Greek root of the word crisis is "to sift", as in, to shake out the excesses and leave only what's important. That's what crises do. They shake things up …
 
Beci Orpin does her best work when she is busy, With a creative career spanning more than twenty years, the Melbourne designer, artist, and illustrator has left her colourful fingerprint on countless projects, from books and homewares, to regular art exhibitions, and collaborations with celebrated brands. While she reflects on the busyness of her d…
 
Prioritsing yourself isn't selfish, says writer, crafter and blogger behind Meet Me At Mikes, Pip Lincolne – but it sure can be difficult. In this conversation, Pip opens up about the difficult period she faced after the end of a 23-year-relationship – and the book it has since inspired, When Life Is Not Peachy. We delve into winding and twisting p…
 
Annie Louey is a fresh comedic talent who putting it all into her career and immersing herself in the world of presenting and comedy While time is on her side, Annie is well aware of the long road to success – from her own observations, it takes at least ten years to pave a career in comedy, so it’s time to begin now. But what’s refreshing about th…
 
This week's guest has spent the last few years delving into the topic of limitations through researching and writing his latest book on time. Oliver Burkeman is a British author and journalist living in Brooklyn. He writes a popular weekly column for The Guardian on social psychology, productivity and the science of happiness, called This Column Wi…
 
Tina Essmaker is a coach, writer and speaker and in early 2017, she had the opportunity to reimagine career and her four burners when she transitioned out of the The Great Discontent, a publication she started with her former husband and business partner. She took what she describes as a gap year to figure out what she wanted to next and eventually…
 
Lauren Martin is a writer and the founder of Words Of Women, a labour of love she started when she was searching for something to help herself and other women who were feeling lost. In this episode, Lauren delves into the intricacies of self-initiated work and the thoughtful process behind writing and curating her popular newsletter, blog and Insta…
 
Dancer and movement director Vanessa Marian Varghese describes her career as a succession of failures – trying to start an online homewares store and failing, trying to be an art director and failing. Finishing a law degree but not wanting to pursue it. But when she didn’t know what she was going to do with her life, she took a dance class and lear…
 
As John Lennon put it, “Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.” As a loyal proponent of the Bullet Journal, I've seen first hand how the immensely popular analog system goes far beyond planning and teaches you to be more intentional with list-making – and life. If there is one person who understands intentionality beyond …
 
This week’s guest is unquestionable gifted in an astonishing array of disciplines – Amanda Palmer is a singer, songwriter, filmmaker, playwright, pianist, author, director, blogger and ukulele enthusiast. It’s easy to compile Palmer’s successes and accredit it all to a perfect, productive creative schedule. But the as Amanda freely admits, there wa…
 
Adriana Picker has a career many illustrators would pine for – she’s illustrated four books, held numerous exhibitions of her illustrations and paintings, and her list of clients includes Vogue, Gourmet Traveller, Mecca Cosmetics, and T2. Despite the impressive bio and dream projects, Adriana opens up about a particular variety of creative rut that…
 
My guest today is writer Benjamin Law, who has contributed to over 50 publications and has authored, co-authored and edited more than a handful of books, including the Quarterly Essay on Safe Schools, Moral Panic 101. His memoir, The Family Law, was adapted into three seasons of an award-winning SBS TV series, which Benjamin created and co-wrote. H…
 
When Clare Bowditch was 21 years old, she made a promise to herself: that she would one day write a book. The promise came during a period of unrest, unworthiness, and uncertainty for the now musician, actor, radio presenter and entrepreneur. There was one particularly comforting caveat to this promise: that she would wait until she was in her 40s …
 
Five years ago, I started a project called Extraordinary Routines. It's been a labour of love that has given me an excuse to ask creative people nosey questions about how they spend their days. Time and time again, I saw there are always two sides to the shape of our days – there’s the discipline, habits, processes, order and structure. Then there’…
 
Andrew Rutberg returns after a short hiatus. He talks about attending 80 of 81 Chicago Cubs home games this year and looks forward to the playoffs at Wrigley Field. Rut is then joined by his fellow University of Wisconsin alum and good friend, Sherp. A bit of massively exciting personal news is revealed before they break down the first four weeks o…
 
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