Episode 43: Creating Meaning From Experience + The Art Of Not Being “Busy” With Adrianna Adarme Of A Cozy Kitchen
This week I’m bringing you a conversation with Adrianna Adarme, creator of popular website A Cozy Kitchen and author of the new book, The Year Of Cozy.
Adrianna and I talk about why she decided to leave her career in the film industry behind, how a speech from David Foster Wallace changed how she approached each day, why she wants people to stop saying they’re busy, and her tips on controlling negative thinking (you might be surprised how she’s doing it).
And we’re giving away Adrianna’s new book…THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.
You’ll have to listen to the podcast to find out how to enter (it’s a super easy, with a fun question to answer). I’ll announce the winner at the end of the week!
Adrianna’s Website + Instagram
The Year Of Cozy (Adrianna’s Book)
David Foster Wallace’s Kenyon College Speech
Cake Over Steak
Latin Bowl Recipe
Spoon Fork Bacon
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