I See What You Mean with April Kae

My Best Friend Interviews Me—And I Share Big Secrets, Terrifying Insights, And Brutally Honest Advice

December 15, 2020 Season 1 Episode 7
I See What You Mean with April Kae
My Best Friend Interviews Me—And I Share Big Secrets, Terrifying Insights, And Brutally Honest Advice
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I See What You Mean with April Kae
My Best Friend Interviews Me—And I Share Big Secrets, Terrifying Insights, And Brutally Honest Advice
Dec 15, 2020 Season 1 Episode 7

After interviewing six different creatives—a supermodel, a podcast host, a makeup artist, a musician, a mental health influencer, and an Instagram coach—it feels like the right time to give you a chance to get to know me a little bit better.

So, I’ve asked my bestie, Maay Brice, to interview me! You might remember Maay from the bonus episode I released before officially kicking off the podcast. We counted down our “top five songs to get through an emotional rough patch.” If you didn’t get a chance to listen to the episode, definitely check it out.

Besides being my best friend, Maay is a yoga instructor, the Imanigold mind-body specialist, founder of “Literary Cinema,” and a genius on all things related to early childhood development and education.

The story of how Maay and I met is wild. A few years back, I decided to try my hand at tattooing. I bought some stick and poke tattoo supplies online, had a convo with a tattooer friend about safety, and then posted on Instagram asking for people to practice on. Next thing you know, Maay is at my door with a cactus, and I’m tattooing a heart on her leg. Fast forward to now, the cactus is dead (I’m good at a lot, keeping plants alive is not on that list)—and I couldn’t imagine my life without Maay.

I hope you enjoy learning about the journey I’ve been on as I’ve grown into who I am today and worked to live a meaningful, creative life.

Show Notes

After interviewing six different creatives—a supermodel, a podcast host, a makeup artist, a musician, a mental health influencer, and an Instagram coach—it feels like the right time to give you a chance to get to know me a little bit better.

So, I’ve asked my bestie, Maay Brice, to interview me! You might remember Maay from the bonus episode I released before officially kicking off the podcast. We counted down our “top five songs to get through an emotional rough patch.” If you didn’t get a chance to listen to the episode, definitely check it out.

Besides being my best friend, Maay is a yoga instructor, the Imanigold mind-body specialist, founder of “Literary Cinema,” and a genius on all things related to early childhood development and education.

The story of how Maay and I met is wild. A few years back, I decided to try my hand at tattooing. I bought some stick and poke tattoo supplies online, had a convo with a tattooer friend about safety, and then posted on Instagram asking for people to practice on. Next thing you know, Maay is at my door with a cactus, and I’m tattooing a heart on her leg. Fast forward to now, the cactus is dead (I’m good at a lot, keeping plants alive is not on that list)—and I couldn’t imagine my life without Maay.

I hope you enjoy learning about the journey I’ve been on as I’ve grown into who I am today and worked to live a meaningful, creative life.