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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF KELLYCORRIGAN
70.0% of kellycorrigan's followers are female and 30.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 4.60%. The average number of likes per post is 1623 and the average number of comments is 86.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR KELLYCORRIGAN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF KELLYCORRIGAN
- Art & Design 80.74 %
- Children & Family 62.96 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 62.63 %
- Home & Garden 55.51 %
- Fitness & Yoga 49.94 %
- Entertainment 45.95 %
- Beauty & Fashion 43.62 %
- Business & Careers 42.45 %
- Travel & Tourism 40.23 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 35.25 %
I realized this morning when I went straight to the garage with my coffee in my bathrobe that I paint when I’m nervous. Which means between the fires, the election and the pandemic, I paint a lot. Like it’s been a 7-month paint-a-thon around here. My other calming technique: spend time with people whose life stories give me hope. Monday night I’ll have an hour with @jennifer.garner on @PBS and Tuesday morning I’ll be in conversation with Dani Shapiro @daniwriter on the podcast (link in bio). Good people remind me that despite the headlines, there is always reason for hope and company on the long road to better. Happy Saturday. Hope you find something or someone absorbing. We all need to take breaks from the barrage of ugliness.
Not to mention moving on, which is what happens when you walk away from things you maybe shouldn’t have been wringing your hands over for so long. I had the best conversation about when to hold em and when to fold em and, more importantly, what things we must never give up on, with my minister/comic/podcaster/writer friend Nadia Bolz Weber. Link in bio. I would be so curious to know one thing you are glad to have given up and one thing you will never give up... You’ll hear mine in the podcast.
Oh that James Corden. Funny. Smart. Open. Made me cry. Made me guffaw. Excited to watch the episode tonight at 9pm on PBS. If it’s past bedtime for you stream Tell Me More tomorrow from PBS.org. If you loved it, share it. Everyone I know is desperate for feel good TV! And next Monday we wrap the pilot series with my girl Jen Garner. Heaven.
My friend had a second baby girl yesterday and I was flooded with happiness for her. Back when I was her age I thought I wanted four boys. That seemed very cool to me. But here I am, a girl mom, looking up at baby pictures on my office bulletin board, grateful for the great company of girls who become women—complicated, emotional, verbal, creative, strong women. Welcome to the club baby Olive. Hope to snuggle you and your sister Junie Junes soon. #nationaldaughterday
Ladies on the water keeping each other strong. Every brushstroke has me thinking about women doing that thing that women do—riding alongside, tracking each other, making room on the finish line for more than themselves. I particularly like giving them all Michelle Obama arms. You know that one muscle at the top, a muscle I don’t have—I get out my tiniest brush and make sure they each get a lift. The water is wide. They’re gonna need it.
Diva, never. She was nothing but smooth, persuasive intellect. 5’1” and mighty as they come.
A post about finding and celebrating all available sources of gratitude. I’m gonna say I bought this baby for $29 from IKEA in 2004. I believe it’s in the SKYMNINGEN family of ceiling pendants. And there it is, two childhoods later, untouched by age, a peacock of a light source, just doing its damn job year after year. For this, I give thanks.
Spent the last 96 hours trapped inside watching US Open, doodling, wishing for blue skies and fresh air. Now it’s time for clean up. This week: back to podcasting. Working on final edits of first two episodes...hope you found a way to lose yourself this weekend.
If you love someone in the Bay Area today, send them some TLC because living under this sky, where birds are not chirping because they don’t even know it’s daytime, seeing ash all over your street, car and clothes, wondering what happens next as “fire season” actually begins, is existentially unsettling. There is no turning away from it and we are scared to death here. Also let’s not prop up the coal industry any more. Let’s take the note from Mother Nature and invest all that money into clean energy because THIS ISN’T WORKING.
I can never believe anyone wants to read my stories, much less in far away places but stand back people because here’s proof: I am killin’ it in Ukraine. I believe that $48 represents 27 readers. If any of you are following me here, may I just say: cheers to the trailblazers.
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