Addie Broyles

is creating The Feminist Kitchen newsletter and Class Reunion podcast

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Buy a ticket to the junior high basketball game, plus a bag of popcorn. 

If you've ever wanted to buy me a coffee or show some love for an Instagram video you liked, this is the level for you. You can also chip in via Venmo, where I'm @Addie-Broyles. Don't forget that you can subscribe to my Feminist Kitchen newsletter via Substack for another few bucks. 
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Let's make something that lasts. This tier is for anyone who has always wanted me to write a book. Or podcast lovers who want to be first in line to hear "Class Reunion" before it comes out on Apple Podcasts in summer of 2021.

At this level, you'll exclusive weekly content from The Feminist Kitchen, as well as behind-the-scenes updates about this podcast that explores what happens after high school. 

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About Addie Broyles

Hey, everybody, it's Addie Broyles, a writer, quilter, tarot card reader, meaning-maker and community-builder in Austin, Texas. 

I've written about food, family and cooking as a columnist for the Austin American-Statesman since 2008, and over those years, I've hosted meet-ups and book clubs, published a community cookbook, launched a podcast, built a Facebook group dedicated to grief and otherwise nourished my online and offline community. 

Now, I am officially inviting you to be part of what's next.  

In 2010, I started a blog called The Feminist Kitchen, which has become a place for me to share stories about the magical, messy journey of being a millennial mom, a daughter who lost her dad and a co-parent building a beautiful modern family. 

That blog is now moving to a paid Substack newsletter. For $7 a month, you can get a weekly post from me about parenting, wellness, creativity, family history, feminism and so much more.

How do you raise kids while tending the inner child at the same time? What does it take to be a healthy co-parent? How do you heal ancestral wounds and have fun while you're doing it? What's up with the quilts? Let's talk about it.

On Patreon, you can support my work via the tip jar or joining Team Legacy, which supports my new podcast, "Class Reunion," which explores how high school shapes us long after we graduate. The show is slated to debut this summer, tied to my 20th class reunion. Team Legacy supporters will get shout outs in the show and the latest updates as the show comes together this spring.

"All that you touch you change. All that you change changes you.
The only lasting truth is change. God is change."

— Octavia Butler

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