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March 15, 2022

Felicia Day: Cultivate Your Sense of Play

Felicia Day (author, actress Supernatural, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Guild) stops by to discuss the pursuit of her own creative endeavors after feeling like she didn’t belong. She explains the positives and negatives of her socially isolated homeschool upbringing and people-pleasing tendencies. Felicia touches on imposter syndrome, the commoditization of artists, and the importance of setting the template for those who come after you in your industry. Mayim and Felicia consider the consequences of allowing others to determine your self-worth, especially through the use of social media.

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Felicia Day

Actress, Writer

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Mayim Bialik

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Jonathan Cohen

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Cultivate Your Sense of Play

Felicia Day (author, actress Supernatural, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Guild) stops by to discuss the pursuit of her own creative endeavors after feeling like she didn’t belong. She explains the positives and negatives of her socially isolated homeschool upbringing and people-pleasing tendencies. Felicia touches on imposter syndrome, the commoditization of artists, and the importance of setting the template for those who come after you in your industry. Mayim and Felicia consider the consequences of allowing others to determine your self-worth, especially through the use of social media.

Guest References

Felicia Day's Project Library

As we talk about in this episode, here is a resource of ALL the projects Felicia Day is involved in, in one convenient library...

Subscribe to Felicia Day's YouTube Channel
She has a personal YouTube channel that is mostly an output for her old Twitch streams, but Felicia won't rule out updating it with more vlog-type videos in the future!
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Check Out Any of Felicia Day's 3 Podcasts
Felicia has three podcasts where you can enjoy her work! Her solo podcast Felicitations, and two podcasts with co-host Tom Lenk: Undressing Bridgerton, and Undressing The Witcher!
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"Embrace Your Weird" from New York Times Bestselling Author Felicia Day
In Embrace Your Weird, New York Times bestselling author, producer, actress, TV writer, and award-winning web series creator, Felicia Day takes you on a journey to find, rekindle, or expand your creative passions.
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Want More Felicia Day? Check Out Her Full Website
This website is the central hub of her internet life, so feel free to browse around, find out more about Felicia, and add her to your internet world...
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Watch Felicia Day on Twitch
Actress, writer, author, internet native. You may know me from shows such as Supernatural or The Guild. Follow me here for casual gaming streams and panels!
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