Tracy Molyneaux | No Terrible People Allowed!

Chatting with Casey 0002 — No Terrible People Allowed (Featured Image)

I was naïve to think a podcast would somehow give me less writing to do every day! If I thought writing solid thousand-word posts were a challenge, imagine how I felt when I realised that there’re ten thousand of ’em in an hour-long podcast! I’d become pretty accomplished as a writer, sure, but I didn’t do that overnight. I still needed to train my podcasting brain so I wouldn’t need to write my thoughts out first… I just wanted to get on the mic and make the magic happen.

But until we reach that day, practice will just have to make perfect, and it’s with that approach in mind that I bring you the second Chatting with Casey!

Chatting with Casey 0002—No Terrible People Allowed!—Casey at The Poet Cafe

If you notice a slight change in tone this episode, let’s just say I’ve learned my lesson—don’t record your podcast anywhere you’re not comfortable just being yourself.

I wasn’t finding the time to record at home, so I found a quiet spot to get my thoughts out and get on the ball for episode two!

Yeah, big mistake. I sound entirely subdued like I just had a bad day at the job. It’s a lesson well-learned that I don’t plan to need twice, so here’s hoping you stick around for week three!

As for this episode, it features an interview with Tracy Molyneaux, who among the various other hats she wears, currently manages Coffee Public at Bay and College in downtown Toronto!

It’s worth listening to the podcast to hear Tracy’s story! Amidst her side hustles/passions in makeup artistry and jewellery making and managing a ridiculous number of social media accounts, I’m glad she found time to talk to me!

You can check episode two out below!

Chatting with Casey—Dig Deeper

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Have a great week and until the next,

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By Casey E. Palmer

Husband. Father. Storyteller. Calling the Great White North his home, Casey Palmer the Canadian Dad spend his free time in pursuit of the greatest content possible. Thousand-word blog posts? Snapshots from life? Sketches and podcasts and more—he's more than just a dad blogger; he's working to change what's expected of the parenting creators of the world. It's about so much more than just our kids. When Casey's not creating, he's busy parenting, adventuring, trying to be a good husband and making the most of his life! Casey lives in Toronto, Ontario.


  1. Hey Casey!

    Love your podcast, dude. Tracy is epic, and I’ll have to visit Coffee Public when I’m back downtown for work post-covid. So, thanks for the heads up. 😀 If you ever want to join forces in building that interactive hoarding app, give me a shout! 😂

    1. Ha, Aeryn, thanks for stopping by! It’d been a bit since this episode so I had to go back and listen for context 😂

      Updates! Tracy actually left Coffee Public a couple of years back and the place actually changed ownership and was 800 Coffee Bar, last I checked. I haven’t been in the area since March 2020, but Google says it’s still going strong!

      Tracy, however, is ridiculously epic and I miss chatting with her — she and her husband moved out west for another opportunity 😊

      As for that app, there are plenty of people with collections — it could be like a virtual version of MTV Cribs! Let’s talk 😁

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