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Reading Aloud

Marisol and Adam Colette

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Welcome to the Reading Aloud Podcast, a place where the creative, emotional and hilarious aspects of relationship communication are explored in real-time, by a real couple. Marisol and Adam provide you insight into how they communicate, navigate and thrive through married life (and a baby!).
 
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What is the first thing you say to your partner when they walk in the door after a long day or after being out of town? This transition, or interruption of flow can throw off a whole reunion. Marisol and Adam discuss these experiences all while juggling a babbling baby and a very religious puppy. Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of …
 
Early on, pretty much everyone in my world told me we were making a huge mistake in homeschooling. It was weird, it was unknown to them, and of course, we are afraid of things that are weird and unknown. I actually didn’t know anyone in my personal life who was homeschooling. I read some blogs and books (of course!), but I just had a very strong hu…
 
Is it a political spectrum or is it a political circle? After Marisol posted on social media about the wellness and yoga community being a part of the insurrection at the Capital on January 6th she received a lot of feedback and comments surrounding the extremism that can be found in the wellness community. Adam describes this idea of a political c…
 
Marisol and Adam share that they are currently on lockdown after Neo, their son, tested positive for covid-19. Marisol explains how her birthday plans were effected by the families current health situation and how she is trying to balance finding the positive in the situation (family time, back in the bubble, reconnection) with her negative feeling…
 
Adam and Marisol continue to recount the recent wedding they attended and the religious aspect of the ceremony. The couple then dives into how they planed their wedding ceremony, the intention that went into every detail and how they really had to focus in on a purpose statement and having that ritual be a true reflection of themselves as a couple.…
 
Summer is almost here. And probably, you have things you’d like to do this season. Maybe lots of things! (Perhaps … too many things? 😬) Not to fear! In this episode, the RAR Leadership Team is back to share an easy tool for determining your direction this summer. In this episode, you’ll hear: how setting a compass will help us this summer why (in h…
 
Marisol and Adam take a moment to pause and reflect on the tragic and traumatic events that have recently swept across the country. They talk about ways in which these events show up as conversations in their relationship and ways that we as individuals and as a society can better process this trauma. If you struggled to talk about or feel safe to …
 
When I was a kid, I read voraciously. I could lose myself for hours in stacks and stacks of books. The reading wasn’t that high quality, mind you. I could usually be found reading The Babysitter’s Club or a Christian historical romance, though I also loved Roald Dahl and Lois Lowry (anyone else remember the Anastasia Krupnik series?) and nonfiction…
 
Marisol and Adam recounted their first couples trip since having their child. Reconnecting as a couple, finding their flow, and having revelations around survival mode and anxieties of a new born, and of course deep descriptions of wedding attire. Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of our Pateron! Check us out at https://readingaloud.…
 
Do you want to teach your kids Shakespeare? Do you want to them to carry a love for The Bard in their hearts, and remember passages from the most famous plays ever written? Maybe your answer is YES! BUT … Shakespeare seems overwhelming. And adding it feels stressful. So today, RAR Community Director Kortney Garrison and I are breaking down how to t…
 
When Mandy called in to ask about her daughter, who likes to be read to, but doesn’t really enjoy reading herself, I was all ears. If you can relate, consider: when your child was 2, 3, 4 … did he/she like being read to? Most small children LOVE being read to. They climb right into your lap and relish every minute. It’s about the story, yes, but it…
 
Marisol and Adam kick off season 5 with updates on what's been going on in their lives these past 10 weeks. Dog missed connections, new family members, momentous occasions, and the idea of welcoming back memories within the body are all discussed. Marisol reflects on the one year anniversary of going into labor, connecting with Neo and how we can f…
 
We get many questions about how I organize books in my home library, and today we’re talking all about it. I’m going to break down my system and hopefully help spark ideas for how to best organize books at your house. Here’s the thing: Your home library should serve your family’s reading life. And that might mean organizing it in a different way th…
 
In this final episode of a 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. Marisol and Adam catch up with their doula, Chama Woydak a…
 
Do your kids read for fun in high school? According to Dr. Daniel Willingham in Raising Kids Who Read, the average high schooler reads 6 minutes per day for pleasure. What that really means, he explains, is that a few kids read for pleasure quite a lot… and most don’t read for pleasure at all. Karen recently called in to ask me what my own kids rea…
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. Navigating the mother daughter relationship can be tough on a good day... Now…
 
If you have a child who struggles with sad stories…a child who gets really uncomfortable when bad things happen and wants you to stop reading (or wants to stop reading themselves)… then this episode is for you. And actually, it’s for them, too! In fact, it’s an episode you might like to listen to with your kids. In this episode, you’ll hear: What t…
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. All relationships end. In this metaphysical conversation Marisol and Adam spe…
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. Can you be in partnership with your home? How does connection to a physical s…
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. Marcus and Marsha tell the story of love, life, death, and rebirth on this in…
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. Morgan and Natty have been together for six years and live in Greensboro NC. …
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. Stacey is an artist, illustrator and muralist based in Los Angeles and Sam is…
 
BONUS EPISODE! Marisol and Adam recourd a quick episode to give you more insight and "how to" about the newly launched Reading Aloud Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/ReadingAloudPodcast When you become a Patreon supporter you become part of our Reading Aloud family and we LOVE our family members! At its core, this podcast is about providing in…
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. This week Adam and Marisol speak with Kristen Masi. She is an Astrologer and …
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. This weeks couple is Patrick and Ariel. They are a married couple from Ashevi…
 
Are you or your kids feeling overwhelmed by a long book list? Today I’m sharing how reading fewer books (yup!) can help our kids love books more. Yep. We’re going to talk about reading fewer books. What could it mean for your kids’ reading lives (and yours too!), to focus on reading fewer books and making the time spent reading them more enjoyable …
 
In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year. Erica and Matthew met in 2004 in Maui and fell in love in New Orleans shortly…
 
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