10 Things To Tell You

By Laura Tremaine

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Laura Tremaine has 10 Things To Tell You. And YOU have 10 Things To Tell. This is a show about sharing your stuff. Each episode asks a question, and you can take that prompt to your journal, to your best friend, or to social media. Let's dig deeper.

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Ep 17: Revisiting Flowers in the Attic with guest Meg Tietz
59:52

Content warning. The themes in this book include child abuse and sexual violence. 

This discussion of Flowers in the Attic by VC Andrews is finally here! Meg Tietz and I sit down to talk about this cult classic novel that women of a *cough* certain age passed around among friends. 

We thought we were in for a giggly conversation about a silly book. What we found between these pages surprised us both. 

Full show notes here

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May 21, 2019
Ep 16: Are you a chili cooker or a pizza orderer?
17:52

This episode is for you if you've ever felt stuck in your roles. 

This episode and this concept is brought to you by an old boyfriend, who (I think?) made up this analogy and it contributed to the end of our relationship and also has stayed with me as a major life question and metaphor.

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May 14, 2019
Ep 15: What is your mantra?
19:53

This episode is for you if you've ever needed a mantra, to get through the day, a season, or your life. 

What is your mantra? Do you have one? Do you need one? 

On this episode, I share three different mantras that I've used over the years and that I still call upon when needed. We also hear from listeners who sent in their own life mantras. 

10 Things To Tell You is an interactive podcast. Each episode has a prompt and a topic that I want you to take to your journal, text to your best friend, or answer on social media using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou. 

 
Make sure and follow @10ThingsToTellYou on Instagram and facebook.
 
May 07, 2019
Ep 14: Skincare & Makeup with Jamie Golden
01:10:29

This episode is for you if you want to learn more about taking care of your skin, or if you're always looking for new makeup recs. 

Guest Jamie Golden is giving us a skincare education. If you have no idea what serums you need or how to make your face look more like it did 10 years ago, you are about to take notes. 

Jamie is most well-known for her popular (hilarious) podcasts The Popcast with Knox and Jamie, and The Bible Binge, but her personal obsession is skin care. Jamie's Instagram is full of beauty tips and recommendations. 

On this episode, Jamie walks us through our basic skincare needs while Laura shares five or her favorite current beauty buys, from hair products to lipstick to a magical foundation. 

Full show notes (with everything we recommend) here. 

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Jamie Golden is on Instagram

Jamie co-hosts The Popcast with Knox and Jamie and the Bible Binge.

Find The Popcast on Instagram and Facebook. The Bible Binge on Instagram. and on facebook.

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Apr 30, 2019
Ep 13: Who do you tell?
25:40

This episode is for you if you’ve ever wondered “Who am I supposed to tell these 10 Things to….?”

Every week I go on and on about how we all have 10 Things To Tell, but WHO do you tell? 

Friends? A sibling? A partner? No one?

This episode is about the people who deserve your trust. I'm telling you the 3 things that make me want to share with someone, and what happens if that trust is broken. There's one thing in particular I really want you to pay attention to. 

I hope this episode makes you think about the relationships in your life that inspires you to share your stuff, in both new and lifelong friendships.

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Apr 23, 2019
Ep 12: Who did you expect to be?
21:09

This episode is for anyone whose life didn't turn out exactly as they expected. 

Who did you expect to be?

Not who did you *want* to be or who did other people want you to be? But WHO did YOU expect to be at this stage of your life? And are you that person?

I've thought about variations of this theme for years, maybe even my whole adulthood. Because my life hasn't turned out at all like I expected. Okay, that's not entirely true. 

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Apr 16, 2019
Ep 11: Best Books I've Read Lately
31:53

This episode is for you if you're always looking for new reading recommendations. 

I'm listing the best books I've read lately, including novels, memoirs, and self-help. These are the books I can't stop talking about. 

And I'm asking YOU to share the best book(s) YOU'VE read recently. Post on social using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou for all of us looking for something great to read. 

Click here for the show notes with the full list of titles I discuss in this episode. 

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Apr 10, 2019
Ep 10: What Are Your Family Rules?
19:07

This episode is for you if you've ever been in a family.

Family rules. We all have 'em. Curfews, screen time, don't wear shoes in the house, finish the food on your plate. In this episode we're talking about our most basic family rules and also the unspoken rules of a family that shapes our behavior. 

Answer this question in your journal, with a friend, or on social media using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou:

What are your family rules?

Full show notes for this episode here.
 
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Apr 02, 2019
Ep 9: 10 Ways to journal
28:52

This episode is for you if you're interested in starting or keeping a journal. 

On every single episode of this podcast, I've encouraged you to take the prompts to your journal. But what if you don't have a journal?

This episode walks you through why I think having a journal is crucial for your personal growth, and can be a wonderful documentation of your life.

I'm giving you 10 very different ways to approach journaling. From spiritual to quick to apps on your phone, there are so many ways to keep a journal of your thoughts.

If you DO journal, please share your process on social media using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou

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Mar 26, 2019
Ep 8: Movie Director Jeff Tremaine has things to tell you
49:01

This episode is for you if you've ever wondered the difference between a Hollywood director and a producer. 

Every now and then this show will take a break from the personal introspection and hear from a guest who has something interesting to say. I'm kicking off that series with my talented husband, producer/director Jeff Tremaine. 

In this episode we talk about his new movie The Dirt, a Netflix biopic about the rock band Motley Crue. Jeff shares why the film took nearly 10 years to make, and the most crucial decision he made in the beginning. 

We also discuss how we stay connected in our marriage when apart for months at a time, and how he feels about making a movie that doesn't always align with his own values. 

You can find all the show notes here

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Mar 21, 2019
Ep 7: What are you assuming about others?
21:30

This episode is for you if you've ever made assumptions about others that turned out not to be true. 

Sometimes I assume that everyone else is killin' it at life and I'm the only one flailing around. Sound familiar? 

In this episode, I share some of the silly things people have assumed about me and a few things that I assume about everyone else. (None of these things are true.) 

Find the full show notes here.

Take this topic to your journal, text your best friend, or post on social media using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou.

Make sure and follow @10ThingsToTellYou on Instagram and on facebook. You can also sign up here for episode emails. 

Mar 12, 2019
Ep 6: Revisiting Judy Blume
52:09

This episode is for you if Judy Blume's novels made an impact on your childhood. 

This is the first in the REVISIT series, where we're going to look at things from the past and see how they affected us then and how we feel about them now. Today's topic: Judy Blume.

Specifically, her three novels: 

Are you there, God? It's me, Margaret.

Blubber

and Starring Sally J. Freedman As Herself.

My guest on this episode is my childhood friend Cara Pence, and we get a little emotional as we delve into the more painful themes of these books. This is a true conversation between friends.

You can read the full show notes here.

Take this topic to your journal, text your best friend, or post on social media using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou.

Make sure and follow @10ThingsToTellYou on Instagram and facebook. You can also sign up here for episode emails.  

Mar 05, 2019
Ep 5: Tell me about your teachers.
19:20

This episode is for you if you've ever had a teacher who made an impact on your thinking and development. 

Tell me about your teachers. 

 

Today we're talking about the school teachers (or coaches, or activity instructors) who have made a difference in our lives in one way or another. I'm sharing the teachers who taught me how to think, trusted me, and even a few who left a mark I wish I didn't have.

At the end of the episode, we hear from a few listeners. 

You can take this prompt to your journal, text it to a friend, or post on social media using the #10ThingsToTellYou hashtag. 

See the full show notes here

Make sure and follow @10ThingsToTellYou on Instagram and facebook. You can also sign up here for episode emails. 

Feb 26, 2019
Ep 4: How do you connect to your body?
29:26
This episode is for you if you’ve ever felt disconnected from your own body.
 
This episode is NOT about weight or exercise. We’re talking about the mind/body connection and the spiritual awakening that can occur when you really tune into your body instead of living on autopilot.
 
I’m welcoming Pilates studio owner and movement teacher Kerri Campbell as my guest as we discuss and answer the question
 
How do you connect to your body?
 
Age, trauma, pain, and depression are just a few of the things that can cause us to disconnect from our body over time. In this episode we’ll talk about how to recognize if your brain and body have gone numb to one another and the mindset shift that will motivate positive change instead of constant self critique.
 
Read the full show notes here.
 
You can take this prompt to your journal, text it to a friend, or post on social media using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou.
 
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Feb 19, 2019
Ep 3: Where do you live?
22:45

This episode is for you if you've ever thought about where you live and how it affects you. 

Where do you live?

This is one of the most basic, get-to-know-you questions, and the answer can vary. Our country, state, city, and neighborhood all say something about us, whether we like it or not. 

On today's episode, we're not just talking about our zip codes, we're talking about how our location is currently affecting who we are. I live in Los Angeles, so I have 10 Things To Tell You about my little pocket of L.A. 

You can take this prompt to your journal, text it to a friend, or post on social media using the #10ThingsToTellYou hashtag. 

See the full show notes here

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Feb 12, 2019
Ep 2: Are You Lonely?
20:26
This episode is for you if you've ever felt lonely. Which means this episode is for everyone. 
 
Loneliness feels like one of the great taboo topics of adulthood. But all around me, I see and hear people whispering that they’re profoundly lonely. In this episode I’m going to tell you about a time in my life when I was really lonely, and the two things I did that turned it around for me. 
 
The prompt for this week:
 
Are you lonely?
 
Or 
 
When were you lonely?
 
Take your thoughts to your journal, to a friend, or to social media using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou.
 
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Feb 05, 2019
Ep 1: When do you read?
26:07

This episode is for you if you want tips on how to read more, or if you already have a reading habit.

We're kicking off the 10 Things To Tell you podcast with my favorite thing: BOOKS! People are always asking me how I read so much, and mainly people want to know:

WHEN do you read?

HOW do you read?

WHAT do you read?

I’m answering all of those questions and so much more. I’m telling you my secret to reading (roughly) one book a week. If audiobooks count the same as reading a book you hold. And I confess my dilemma over rating books publicly.

Read the full show notes here.

After you listen to the episode, I want you to answer the questions for yourself. Text your reader friends and ask them about their reading routines. Or post on social media your reading habits and opinions using the hashtag #10ThingsToTellYou.

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Jan 29, 2019
Welcome to 10 Things To Tell You!
07:44

I’m Laura Tremaine, and I have 10 things to tell you. 

Each episode of this new podcast will ask a question, and you're encouraged to take that prompt to your journal, to your best friend, or to social media. 

Jan 21, 2019