06.01.20
Debbie Millman | Audio

Cheryl Strayed


You could say that Cheryl Strayed is very adaptable. Her memoir, Wild, was adapted into a movie starring Reece Witherspoon. ANother book, Tiny Beautiful Things, was adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos and Thomas Kale. Tiny Beautiful Things itself was adapted from an advice column she once wrote called "Dear Sugar", and that advice column has been adapted into a New York Times podcast called Sugar Calling.

Debbie talks to Cheryl about her childhood, her career, and about the value of taking a very long hike. “What happens on the outside, one foot in front of the other, also happens on the inside. The way to heal anything is to keep going.”

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