We all buy clothes, but no two people shop the same. It can be a social experience, and a deeply personal one; at times, it can be impulsive and entertaining, at others, purpose-driven, a chore. Where do you shop? When do you shop? How do you decide what you need, how much to spend and what’s “you”? These are some of the questions we’re putting to prominent figures in our column “How I Shop.”
Julianna Zobrist, a pop music artist, talks about how she learned to use her fear to her advantage in her new book, “Pull It Off.” Zobrist also explains why it’s toxic to continually use the word “should.”
It’s time to go off the rails with avid reader, mother, speaker, artist, author and influencer Julianna Zobrist who enjoys connecting Kat with Moose. We explore Plato, Margaret Fuller. Ralph Waldo Emerson and hover around a brilliant Walt Whitman quote. We’re overdue in joining the Read with Julesbook club where they’ve recently finished the Rachael Held Evans book, “Searching For Sunday”. We are all been created in the image of God, Imago Dei, and there is no room for oppressive theologies. We talk about regaining our bones and our power, requiring therapy, EMDR, Rumi quotes and healthy eating. We explore the importance of our relationship with the divine and how we can’t unsee what we’ve seen. Love is our interpreter of Scripture, and Moose announces she’s pregnant(not literally).
Julianna Zobrist is a very talented writer, speaker, singer, mom, and on and on. We had a chat about breaking down gender walls within the church, Imago Dei, and how we can rediscover God and have spiritual awakenings outside of the church. Enjoy the…