Kaycee Sogard || Deliberately Living a Life of Joy

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

"I love to be enjoying any situation that I'm in.  Obviously that's not always easy . . . but I think if you're having fun in what you're doing, it's way better than being miserable."

Kaycee Sogard is so refreshing.  Yes, she's a beloved blogger and Instagrammer; but in SO many ways, Kaycee breaks the mold.  For one, she is frank, silly, and genuine.  For another, she is very grounded in what matters most to her, and she holds strong to her own priorities and refuses to give in to the pressures of keeping up with the Instagram Joneses.

Kaycee's ability to rise above came in large part to her lifelong passion with softball.  Not only did sports instill an incredible amount of work ethic and other valuable life skills, but Kaycee faced some difficult choices early on in her collegiate career where she was surrounded by incredible pressure.  Her decision to push back and do what was right for her enabled her to grow more fully into who she wanted to become, and also centered her when she could have easily succumbed to a lot of disappointment.

In this podcast, Kaycee talks about all of that, plus her purposes behind her blog and Instagram, her experiences with anxiety, how she's faced postpartum depression, how she's both "OCD" and "super laid back," her next exciting project, and her hilarious response on what goal-making looks like for her and what she's terrified of.

You can listen to the podcast episode below, or on iTunes, SoundCloudStitcherPocketcastsGoogleplay, or search for "About Progress" on your favorite podcast app.  If you like the show, please subscribe!!

Show Notes:
Kaycee's blog, Instagram, and Facebook
Monica's InstagramFacebook, and Contact page
More on "Do Something" here and here (includes a short podcast episode that explains the series)
More episodes from the podcast, including Heather Fujikawa's interview
Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife's special deal on her courses is still going on! (And her interview)
Song Credit: "Sweet Promise" by Nicolai Heidlas


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