Episode 26: In Which Miró Buys a $35 Baseball

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We’re back as promised, and we have some adventures to share. Miró shares her experience with the TBTL Tens at their Austin live show (and makes Kath jealous), and Kath gushes about returning to our high school for our ten year reunion (and sharing our friendship “origin story” in the process.) We also talk about bravery, whether it’s following the example of Anne of Green Gables (from the books, not the new Netflix series we aren’t watching) or getting up on a trapeze!

Need a little more inspiration to be bold? Follow the lead of this episode’s BAWOTE: Roxcy Bolton, fierce feminist foremother.

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Links from the episode:

Intro Song: Strange Overtones by David Byrne & Brian Eno

Outro Song: Roll the Bones (Audiotree Live Version) by Shakey Graves

Main image credit photos by Emma Willard School and Miró Cassetta

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Episode 7: Fighting Your Inner Dentist

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On this week’s episode of Method to the Madness Miró and Kathryn talk about being bad, exotic-animal-skin-lovin’ yogis; how hard it is to push yourself to try new things (and like it); and a new girls’ org in town, BossBabes ATX. Plus, the most shocking critique of the Game of Thrones finale yet.

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Episode 6: Own the Brassy

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On this week’s episode of Method to the Madness Miró and Kathryn revisit the cult classic Waiting for Guffman and their unapologetic admiration for Iris Apfel, the Terry Gross/Marc Maron interview, andBad Feminist by Roxane Gay.

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