July 1, 2020

Rachel Friedman | Creativity, Potential, and The Imperfect Art of Adulthood

Rachel Friedman | Creativity, Potential, and The Imperfect Art of Adulthood

Rachel Friedman, author of And Then We Grew Up, joins us to talk about the marvelous journey of living a creative life. We talk about knowing when to cultivating discipline or find other aspirations, how to recover and maintain a sense of identity, bal...


Rachel Friedman, author of And Then We Grew Up, joins us to talk about the marvelous journey of living a creative life. We talk about knowing when to cultivating discipline or find other aspirations, how to recover and maintain a sense of identity, balancing ambition with realism, how to not be consumed by longing, knowing when giving up is in fact the right thing to do and much more.

 

Visit Rachel's website | https://Rachel-Friedman.com

 

Follow Rachel on Twitter | https://twitter.com/RachelFriedman

 

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Rachel Friedman

RACHEL FRIEDMAN is the author of Then We Grew Up: On Creativity, Potential, and the Imperfect Art of Adulthood (Penguin Books). Publishers Weekly called it one of the best books of 2019. She is also the author of The Good Girl's Guide to Getting Lost: A Memoir of Three Continents, Two Friends, and One Unexpected Adventure (Random House). It was chosen as a Target Breakout Book and selected by Goodreads' readers as one of the best travel books of 2011. She's written for The New York Times, National Geographic Traveler, New York, BUST, Bitch, Creative Nonfiction, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Bon Appetit, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Gadling, Guernica, Al Jazeera America, The Hairpin, and Nerve, among others.