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Playlist: Kelly Corrigan Wonders's Portfolio

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Carvell Wallace on Understanding and Acceptance

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Best Of Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:58

Kelly and Carvell dive into our problematic need to understand and agree with others in order to accept them and wish them well.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small How do understanding and approval factor into kindness? Are we only nice to the people we "get"? How can we change the way we think about who is deserving of love, respect and kindness? (hint: it's everyone). Carvell Wallace has thoughts on all of this and more. He's a writer, a thinker and a creative who has written powerful profiles of artists, actors, activists and is also the curious mind behind the podcast Finding Fred, about Mr. Rogers. If you enjoy this conversation, make sure to check out Episode #4: Trust your Gut? with Annie Jean Baptiste. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan.

Episode 40: Imbolo Mbue on Loving and Changing America, 6/13/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:57

Kelly talks with Imbolo Mbue about her immigrant journey from Cameroon to New Jersey, and ultimately to Oprah's house.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small Imbolo Mbue's journey took her from Cameroon to New Jersey, and ultimately to Oprah's house. The bestselling author of Behold the Dreamers and How Beautiful We Were describes the very best of America with charm and realism -- from being warmly welcomed as a college student and observing true freedom for the first time to witnessing crippling poverty and our "race to nowhere" mentality. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan.

Episode 41: What's the point of college? (REPLAY OF EPISODE 21), 6/20/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:57

Between Tara Westover (Educated) and Kelly's daughter Georgia talking about how college changes a person, this would be worth your time. Add an MIT drop out who started his own college and the woman who runs higher education for California and you are guaranteed insights.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small An in-depth look at the changing face of higher ed, the value of liberal arts, and the danger of a one-size-fits-all college experience. Kelly's guests include her daughter, Georgia Lichty - a sophomore at Georgetown, Tara Westover - the author of Educated, Lande Ajose - the senior advisor for the California Office of Education, and Jeremy Rossman - MIT dropout and founder of The Make School.

Episode 42: Accepting Our Bodies As They Are (REPLAY OF EPISODE 20), 6/27/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:57

No mother of a teen is not at least a little afraid of eating disorders. Here's a therapist and a patient talking openly about triggers and recovery. A must listen.

Kcw_art_240_small Very few of us gaze contentedly into the mirror and are happy with our bodies. In this episode, Kelly dives into the dangers of our obsession with body image in a candid conversation with therapist Ariel and her client Lindsey about eating disorders, triggers and recovery. A must listen.

Episode 42: Accepting Our Bodies As They Are (REPLAY OF EPISODE 20), 6/27/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:57

No mother of a teen is not at least a little afraid of eating disorders. Here's a therapist and a patient talking openly about triggers and recovery. A must listen.

Kcw_art_240_small Very few of us gaze contentedly into the mirror and are happy with our bodies. In this episode, Kelly dives into the dangers of our obsession with body image in a candid conversation with therapist Ariel and her client Lindsey about eating disorders, triggers and recovery. A must listen.

Episode 42: Accepting Our Bodies As They Are (REPLAY OF EPISODE 20), 6/27/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:57

No mother of a teen is not at least a little afraid of eating disorders. Here's a therapist and a patient talking openly about triggers and recovery. A must listen.

Kcw_art_240_small Very few of us gaze contentedly into the mirror and are happy with our bodies. In this episode, Kelly dives into the dangers of our obsession with body image in a candid conversation with therapist Ariel and her client Lindsey about eating disorders, triggers and recovery. A must listen.

Episode 43: Sarah Stankorb on Losing Her Voice and Finding Her Love, 7/4/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:00

Kelly kicks off a new series "Love Stories for a Weary World," with the disarmingly honest writer and speaker, Sarah Stankorb.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small In this first episode in our series "Love Stories for a Weary World," Sarah Stankorb shares the story of losing (and finding) her voice -- and meeting her great love along the way -- with a disarming honesty. And Kelly tells the story of matching moods with her husband, while trying to find comfort during cancer treatment. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan.

Episode 44: Susan Orlean on Empty Nesting , 7/11/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:59

Continuing our series "Love Stories for a Weary World," Kelly and New Yorker writer Susan Orlean open up about the pain and pleasant surprises of family life -- including the transition from family to couple.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small Continuing our series "Love Stories for a Weary World," Kelly and New Yorker writer Susan Orlean open up about the pain and pleasant surprises of family life -- including the transition from family to couple. Kelly shares memories of early days with young children and finding joy as a lacrosse coach in this very personal episode. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan and read the essays from this episode on Medium.

Episode 45: Michael Thompson on What Attracts , 7/18/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:59

Kelly and Medium writer Michael Thompson share the stories of meeting their spouses for the first time in this series "Love Stories for a Weary World."

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small Kelly and Medium writer Michael Thompson trade stories of meeting their spouses for the first time in our summer series "Love Stories for a Weary World" and Kelly gives her takeaways on what makes love work. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan and read the essays from this episode on Medium.

Episode 46: Julio Vincent Gambuto on Finding Love in the Time of Covid, 7/25/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:00

Kelly wraps up her series "Love Stories for a Weary World," with medium writer Julio Vincent Gambuto. A surprising look at how Covid changed the rituals of dating and gave one couple clarity on what matters.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small Kelly wraps up her series "Love Stories for a Weary World," with medium writer Julio Vincent Gambuto, who fell in love during the pandemic. Julio talks about the ways Covid upended common dating practices and tipped the scales for deeper connection. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan and read the essays from this episode on Medium.

Tressie McMillan Cottom on New Money and Old Habits

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Best Of Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:01

Kelly launches the new "Mind the Gap" series and explores how different generations handle money with writer, educator and McArthur "Genius" Grant recipient Tressie McMillan Cottom.

Kcw_podcast_artwork2_small Kelly launches the new "Mind the Gap" series and explores how different generations handle money with writer, educator and McArthur "Genius" Grant recipient Tressie McMillan Cottom. Tressie shares her thoughts, emotions and deeply ingrained habits when it comes to money...both new and old. Kelly remembers her mother's rather unique approach to gift-giving. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan and read the essays from this episode on Medium.

Episode 50: Manoush Zomorodi on Well-Being and Self-Care, 8/22/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:00

Kelly continues the "Mind the Gap" series with writer and podcaster Manoush Zomorodi as they look at well-being and self care through the lens of different generations.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_2_small Kelly continues the "Mind the Gap" series with writer and podcaster Manoush Zomorodi as they look at well-being and self care through the lens of different generations. The two touch on topics such as the commodification of self-care, staying true to oneself and the importance (or not) of dyeing your hair. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan and read the essays from this episode on Medium.

Kelly Corrigan Wonders Belief Promo 60

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | :59

60 second promo for Kelly Corrigan Wonders Belief series called "Why Keep It A Secret", starting in September.

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Episode 52: Michael Murray - on the Social Science of Faith , 9/5/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:57

Kelly kicks off a new series on BELIEF, delving into topics like the meaning of life, finding purpose, why faith, service and gratitude matter, and more with MIchael Murray.

Kcw_podcast_artwork2_small Kelly kicks off a new series on BELIEF, delving into topics like the meaning of life, finding purpose, why faith, service and gratitude matter, and more with MIchael Murray, Philosophy Professor and President of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, our production partner on this series. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan and read the essays from this episode on Medium.

Episode 54: Anne Lamott - Perfectly Imperfect, 9/19/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:00

Celebrated for her raw, hilarious accounts of stumbling toward her best self, Anne Lamott is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 20 books, many of which delve into her faith.

Kcw_art_240_small Celebrated for her raw, hilarious accounts of stumbling toward her best self, Anne Lamott is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 20 books. Her special brand of humility, grace and gratitude makes this a must-listen episode for anyone needing a dose of inspiration. Special thanks to the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, our production partner on the Belief series. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan.

Episode 57: Johann Hari on Essential Connections, 10/10/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:03

Kelly and Johann Hari explore why connections form the essence of humanity and how losing connections can have dire consequences.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small Johann Hari is an atheist with a passion for the power of our human connections and also the author of one of Kelly's favorite books called Lost Connections. He also did a Ted talk about the root causes of depression that has been viewed a mere 75 million times. He and Kelly share strories about the best of humanity and the worst -- through the lens of curiosity and compassion. Special thanks to the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, our production partner on the Belief series. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. Join Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan.

Episode 61: On The Meaning of Life, 11/7/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:59

Kelly reflects on the meaning of life. Seriously, that's what this episode is. We pulled takeaways and excerpts from some of the best conversations we had in the belief series and came to some big time conclusions.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small Kelly reflects on the meaning of life. Seriously, that's what this episode is. We pulled takeaways and excerpts from some of the best conversations we had in the belief series, like Anne Lamott (ep #54) and Anthony Ray Hinton (ep #55) Special thanks to the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, our production partner on the Belief series. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. Join Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan.

Episode 61: On The Meaning of Life, 11/7/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 58:59

Kelly reflects on the meaning of life. Seriously, that's what this episode is. We pulled takeaways and excerpts from some of the best conversations we had in the belief series and came to some big time conclusions.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_small Kelly reflects on the meaning of life. Seriously, that's what this episode is. We pulled takeaways and excerpts from some of the best conversations we had in the belief series, like Anne Lamott (ep #54) and Anthony Ray Hinton (ep #55) Special thanks to the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, our production partner on the Belief series. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. Join Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan.

Episode 63: On Showing Up with Anna Quindlen, 11/21/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:02

Thoughts on what makes the holidays bust, bend and become.

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Anna Quindlen and Kelly share readings, stories and insights on the art of holidaying, regular-people style. Special drop in by Kelly’s brother, Booker. 

Episode 64: On Gifting and Regifting with Anna Quindlen, 11/28/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:02

Time to think about giving and what lasts

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For anyone with gift anxiety, for anyone who feels like you can’t win for losing, this is the conversation for you. Full of reminders and insights as we gear up for the season, Anna and Kelly ask all the right questions. 

Episode 65: Top Picks 2021 - Why Connection Wins Every Time, 12/5/2021

From Kelly Corrigan Wonders | Part of the Kelly Corrigan Wonders series | 59:05

Kelly and Johann Hari explore why connections form the essence of humanity and how losing connections can have dire consequences.

Kcw_podcast_artwork240_2_small Johann Hari is an atheist with a passion for the power of our human connections and also the author of one of Kelly's favorite books called Lost Connections. He also did a Ted talk about the root causes of depression that has been viewed a mere 75 million times. He and Kelly share strories about the best of humanity and the worst -- through the lens of curiosity and compassion. Special thanks to the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, our production partner on the Belief series. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. Join Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan