This week, we're back in Calgary for the last conversation I had during my visit to Calgary in December. Louise Casemore is a long-time friend and generally amazing and inspiring human who recently moved from Edmonton to Calgary to become an Artistic Associate at Ghost River Theatre. We talked about life in the arts, work-life balance (if there is such a thing) and self-care, and feminism.
Listen to our chat here:
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Thank you so much for tuning in! I am hoping to return to Calgary very soon to interview many more of the amazing femmes who live and own businesses there! If you know someone who would make a great guest on the show from Calgary (or anywhere else, really), get in touch and let me know so that I can add them to my ever-growing database!
Next week, we're back in Edmonton to meet Lynsae Moon, who co-owns The Nook Cafe with her mom, and who has so much wisdom to share about food and accessibility and so much more.
See you next week!