The goop Podcast
The goop Podcast
13 Oct 2020
Gwyneth Paltrow x Kate Hudson: Betting on Yourself
41 mins

GP catches up with her friend Kate Hudson, and true to form, they cover a lot of ground. They talk about being girl moms, what it looks like to own your trauma, and how, at this stage in her life, Hudson creates sustaining relationships. “It’s not fun to work through the pain—it sucks. And it definitely feels like it’s easier to avoid it,” Hudson says. “But we know that the more you avoid it, the worse it festers.” They also chat about how she’s created authentic and successful brands (like Fabletics, and her new venture In Bloom), the best business advice she’s gotten, and why she bets on herself. And be sure to listen to the end to hear about Hudson’s best (and not-so-best) onscreen kisses. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)

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Breaking Beauty Podcast
Breaking Beauty Podcast
Dear Media, Jill Dunn and Carlene Higgins
Katherine Power, Founder of Versed Skincare & (new!) Merit Beauty
For our very last founder episode of the year, we’ve brought in the big guns! It’s serial entrepreneur Katherine Power, co-founder of Who What Wear, its spin-off line of street style-inspired fashion, a multitude of media brands and most topping our beauty minds, Versed Skincare. Total estimated value? $100 million dollars. (It’s safe to say we’re taking notes on how to kill it in business, folks.) EXCLUSIVE SCOOP ALERT: Katherine tells us about her newly announced next enterprise, an exciting line of colour cosmetics, called Merit Beauty!! First, find out why TikTok beauty influencer of the year, Skincare By Hyram, is calling Versed the next CeraVe when it comes to drugstore skincare. We’ll share our personal favourites that we stock up on at Target, while Katherine fills us in on the SEO secret that drove some of the brand’s top-selling SKUs. Plus, how can they possibly make this “clean” skincare line so affordable? We get the answers to that question, too. Finally, stay tuned until the end to hear the official reveal on Merit makeup, including the celebrity who’s already had it in her hot little hands. Psst! Follow our Instagram to see video footage from our chat, along with details on an exclusive contest we’ll be offering with both Versed and Merit. And don’t forget to drop us a comment to let us know what you think of the episode! Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Twitter, Join our private Facebook group , or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302. For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our blog: *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.* Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya Produced by Dear Media Studio
42 mins
The F*ck It Diet with Caroline Dooner
The F*ck It Diet with Caroline Dooner
Caroline Dooner
Laziness Does Not Exist
Today I'm chatting with the author of the upcoming book Laziness Does Not Exist, Dr. Devon Price. Most of us think of ourselves as inherently lazy - but what if we are just tapped out? Burnt out? Overworked? Overwhelmed? And what if laziness is actually just... normal? Protective? Even... helpful? There is almost always a pretty legit reason we *feel lazy* whether it be mental health struggles, not having the support we need, or just... being burnt out. Did you know that the 40 hour work week is too long? And studies show that the max work time you can really "get" out of people is 3-4 hours a day??? YEA!!! Listen to this one. Find Devon on instagram Devon's website Laziness Does Not Exist   Sponsors! SIDE BY SIDE NUTRITION. Side By Side’s dietitians work to empower people to become their own nutrition experts. Their team of health at every size and weight inclusive nutrition therapists work virtually all over the United States – and locally in Colorado. They put out free weekly content on their YouTube channel, blog, and instagram to help inspire your journey to a trusting and self-compassionate relationship with food and your body. They work both individually with clients of all ages, genders, and diagnoses in addition to running groups -including a body image group and binge eating group. They offer one on one nutrition and body image therapy to those who struggle with eating disorders, disordered eating, chronic dieting, they also take a variety of insurances including the large commercial insurance companies Cigna, Aetna, and United Healthcare. If you are ready work one-on-one, you can email or call 708-717-7394.   Topaz Trauma Healing. Often, anxiety, depression, body disconnection, substance use, and negative self beliefs can actually be trauma responses, and a sign that there is trauma to process in your healing journey. If you are interested in exploring trauma work, Caroline Pegram is a SLC based licensed clinical social worker and somatic practitioner - for anyone new to the concept, somatic work is about accessing healing by feeling and getting back into the body, and is very effective for addressing trauma. Through her practice Topaz Trauma Healing, she offers online tele-mental health therapy and somatic work to folks across the country. Her approach is centered around  embodied presence, empathy, connection, and deep listening. Her work is attachment-focused, which helps to reshape relationship patterns. She is also inspired by polyvagal theory, an approach to create a sense of safety using the nervous system. Caroline embraces a HAES framework, is motivated by restorative justice, and is allied with those who are LGBTQQIA identifying. She works with ages 13 and up, as well as families who are seeking a safe environment to take up space. If you are curious about integrating this kind of work into your healing journey, you can connect with Caroline through her instagram @topaz.healing or visit her website at
59 mins
Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Girlboss Radio
Rupi Kaur On the Power of Empathy, Honesty, And Storytelling
Rupi Kaur is a poet, artist, and performer. Born in Punjab, India, Rupi immigrated with her parents to Canada at the age of four. At just 28 years old, her work has taken the literary world by storm. While studying in university, Rupi wrote, illustrated and self-published her debut poetry collection, “milk and honey.” In the years since, it has become an international phenomenon and landed as a New York Times #1 bestseller. Its artistic sibling, “the sun and her flowers,” was published in 2017 and debuted as a #1 global bestseller.  Rupi’s words on love, loss, trauma, healing, and femininity continue to inspire and connect readers from all around the world. Recently, she released her widely anticipated third poetry collection, “home body,” a reflective and intimate journey that visits the past, present, and potential of the self. Her books have sold over 8 million copies, and have been translated into over 40 languages. She's toured the world performing, hosted writing workshops, and has been featured on Forbes 30 under 30 list, and BBC's 100 Women in 2017.  In this original interview with Sophia Amoruso from 2017, Rupi sits down to chat about her family’s migration, artistic storytelling, the meaning of success, and the importance of having honest dialogues with yourself. Enjoy the conversation! Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams:  Meal planning will never be the same again. Visit for 50% off a Pro subscription. Follow Rupi on Instagram at @rupikaur_ and Twitter at @rupikaur_. Follow Girlboss on Instagram at @girlboss. Rupi’s stage performances are magnetic musical interactions of poetry, art and theater. Witness her poetry reading from the Girlboss 2019 rally. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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