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The Recess Life with Louise Wo

Louise Wo
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The Recess Life podcast explores lifelong play and creativity and how we can create a world with more joy. Host Louise Wo will remind you that being an adult doesn't mean that you stop playing. On The Recess Life she interviews entrepreneurs, entertainers, thought leaders and artists to help you connect with your creative, playful spirit again (we promise it's still in there somewhere!). Signup for the newsletter at and follow @therecesslife to stay connected.


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Latest Episodes

Holy moly, where has the year gone? I jump on the mic to say hello and share a quick life update. I talk about what I am learning in this season of life and what this might mean for the future of the podcast. (Hint: the topics of lifelong play and cr... more

a month ago

We are starting 2021 with more tensions than ever. What is it going to take to bring us together from all across the different spectrums? Could play be the answer? In this episode I speak with Jeff Harry, positive psychology coach, speaker, workshop ... more

a year ago

When Shawnrey Notto describes embodiment, it sounds like it has a lot in common with play: engaging the senses, feeling fully alive, savoring every moment. Yet most of us understand play as a concept way more than embodiment. more

a year ago


5 out of 5 stars from 11 ratings
  • Playtime forever!

    Such an inspiring and fun podcast that reminds us that playtime is not just for when we are children! Keep up the great work! Loving the content

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Unique and inspiring, opens up your mind about possibilities in your life

    This podcast is amazing for exploring how I can combine play and creativity to design the life I want. I like how the guests have very diverse backgrounds but share the same philosophy for doing what you enjoy the most in your life first. If you ever feel stuck with a life you don’t want, listen to this podcast so you can take inspired action towards your dreams!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Louise the storyteller

    Everything from this podcast is great: the guests, the approach to a topic (recess as an adult) that I wouldn’t thought much about it before but realize how important it is... an of course the chill and smooth guidance of Louise... recommended 100%

    Apple Podcasts
    Mexico2 years ago
  • Stimulating and educational!

    Loved all the episodes I’ve heard so far. Play is such an important part of life that we so quickly leave behind. Thanks Louise for bringing such amazing educators to the podcast to educate people on how important as well as how play can help improve our lives and businesses! Great ideas for teams and events to apply to break the mold and get more out of any experience!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • what a playful idea :)

    Play is so so so underrated into today's culture and I'm so glad Louise is dedicating her energy to talking about it!! Love the interviews so far and excited to see where this project goes. :)

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago

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