Too Much Tully
Too Much Tully
Sep 21, 2020
Going Deeper with Tully & Jess
1 hr 4 min

On this episode, Tully and Jess chat about life as an influencer, hobbies and interests, self-care and mental health, goals and dream guests, and a viral TikTok.

On today's show:
 

  • Life as an influencer
  • Personal interests, hobbies, and writing
  • Looking after mental health
  • Dating and dream guests
  • Long term and short term goals
  • A viral TikTok

 

We'd love to hear from you, slide on into our DMs or email us at hi@toomuchtully.com - nothing's off limits.


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This podcast is produced by BIG MEDIA COMPANY.

After Work Drinks
After Work Drinks
Isabelle Truman & Grace O'Neill
We've Become Princess Diana Conspiracy Theorists
Hello muffins and welcome to a brand spanking new AWD episode. This week, we pay a quick homage to 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' on its 10 year anniversary, and as Complex crowns it the album of the decade. In short: We miss the old Kanye. Listeners share their own stories of embarrassing stories of love-gone-wrong in your early 20s. Ivanka Trump's former bestie pulled a Natalie and penned a bitchy essay for Vanity Fair - but why do so many (white) women bristle against fully condemning Ivanka? Lena Dunham wrote an essay for Harper's about her struggles with IVF - leading to a rambling discussion from us about the inescapable questions that surround motherhood, work and fertility, and how new technology often leads to more shame and self-hatred for women. Then, it's onto the only topic we ever want to talk about: Princess Diana. The BBC have opened an investigation into whether or not her 1995 Panorama interview was obtained unethically - while a new five-part series 'You're Wrong About' investigates the myths and legends surrounding Princess Di's death. A documentary directed by Lily Allen's Dad (randomly) has turned us into conspiracy theorists - so what's the truth? And why can't we stop talking about it, 20+ years later?  As always, rate, review and subscribe - and we'll see you Saturday. ❤️ Disclaimer: Izzy doesn't really think the royals killed Princess Diana. Please don't @ her. Resources: Ivanka Trump Was My Best Friend, Now She's MAGA Royalty by Lysandra Ohrstrom in Vanity Fair https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/11/ivanka-trump-was-my-best-friend-now-shes-maga-royalty False Labour by Lena Dunham in Harper's  https://harpers.org/archive/2020/12/false-labor-lena-dunham-fertility/ Diana: The Truth Behind The Interview on Channel 4 Diana: In Her Own Words on Netflix You're Wrong About podcast: Diana episodes 1-5 The Diana Chronicles by Tina Brown Unlawful Killing on YouTube (lol   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 11 min
Life Uncut
Life Uncut
Brittany Hockley and Laura Byrne
Sabrina Frederick Uncut - Talking resilience, SAS Australia, same sex relationships and BLM
Today we have the absolute powerhouse that is Sabrina Frederick joining us and we are so excited to bring you this episode!!  Sabrina is not only an elite athlete paving the way for women in AFL, but she is also keeping us glued to our screens as we watch the highly addictive yet controversial reality TV show that is SAS Australia.  Sabrina describes herself with the simple yet powerful statement 'I’m a Black woman in a same sex relationship working in a male dominated sport" and we talk about all of that. We chat all things AFL, how Sabrina got into the sport, she tells us all about her fiance, how they met and who proposed to whom. Then the scene that divided the nation, the boxing match between Sabrina and Nick "honey badger' Cummins, we find out what really went down, along with some other SAS goss of course! Like who she would take into battle if she could only choose one person, and it may not be who you think! Sabrina opens up and talks about her experiences and her thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement and some of the issues she faced growing up.  All in all this was such a beautiful conversation and we can all learn a lot from the inspiration that is Sabrina Frederick.  You can follow Sabrina @sabzizzle If you loved the episode you know the drill! Leave a review and share the love, because, well, we love love x ps. Thank you so much to everyone that voted for us in the Australian podcast awards, thanks to you WE WON ahhhhhhh WE'RE NOT CRYING YOU'RE CRYING! We love you all for sharing the love! xx
1 hr 20 min
The Spill
The Spill
Mamamia Podcasts
Beyoncé, Taylor Swift And The Sordid History Of The Grammys
On the show today… It's been a big week for Taylor Swift! Off the back of her record-breaking win at the AMAs, the singer has announced the release of her new concert movie, Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions. And the season finale of Channel 7's SAS Australia aired last night, with recruits Merrick Watts, Nick Cummins and Sabrina Frederick passing selection. But there's no rest for the wicked. Producers are already casting for season two and they are not short of options. Plus, in today's deep dive... the 2021 Grammy nominations were released today and it's reignited the conversation surrounding the lack of race diversity in the award line-ups. The Spill is Mamamia’s daily entertainment podcast that catches you up on everything in entertainment and pop culture. It’s perfect for your commute home. CREDITS Hosts: Kee Reece & Laura Brodnik Producers: Mel Sauer WANT MORE? Join us in our Facebook group to discuss everything pop culture... https://www.facebook.com/groups/2524018781153963/ Read all the latest entertainment news on Mamamia... https://mamamia.com.au/entertainment/ Follow us on Instagram @mamamiaentertainment https://www.instagram.com/mamamiaentertainment/  Subscribe to The Spill Newsletter...  https://mamamia.com.au/newsletter Join our Facebook page... https://www.facebook.com/mamamiaentertainment/ GET IN TOUCH Call us on the pod phone 02 8999 9386. Email us at thespill@mamamia.com.au Want to hear more Mamamia podcasts? You’ll find them here... https://mamamia.com.au/podcasts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16 min
Seize the Yay
Seize the Yay
Sarah Holloway
Blair James // A small town boy building a self-tan world
While last week Farah spoke of faraway places, this week’s guest is homegrown but has exported the Aussie experience through a booming business described as Aussie Made, Globally Loved. Blair James co-founded self-tanning disrupter *Bondi Sands* in 2012 to capture everything that makes Aussie summers iconic through what has grown to over 50 products in a whopping 30,000 retailers worldwide. Of course the business’ huge success, continual innovation and championing of sun safety and sustainability are incredible impressive and Blair shares many useful tips on brand building and scaling that had me furiously taking down notes. But, unsurprisingly if you’re a regular listener, I was more thrilled to explore his lesser known earlier years including his very small country hometown called – wait for it – *YEA (pronounced "yay")* – and that he didn’t excel in VCE nor did he finish university neither of which have hindered where he ended up. As always, there’s some hilarious fun facts in between – nothing humanises a person more than hearing them laugh especially about the joys of iso haircuts! As a businesswoman but also as a human, I love exploring the brains behind beloved brands and hope you do too. + Follow *Blair James** *and* **Bondi Sands** *here + Announcements on Insta at *@spoonful_of_sarah* + Subscribe to not miss out on the next instalment of YAY! >>> *JOIN THE SEIZE THE YAY FB GROUP* <<<
1 hr 2 min
Emsolation with Em Rusciano
Emsolation with Em Rusciano
PodcastOne Australia
Chuckabitchalike
Did you know that some people choose a theme when it comes time to dig the Christmas decorations out of storage and deck the halls? Neither did I, but apparently it’s a thing and of course Em is the one who’s made me aware of this fantastical festive festooning fact. This year her theme is...something I would have never considered would be a Christmas decorating starting point, but that’s why we’re here, to celebrate the fact that Em’s seeing in Santa with a “Jason Momoa in a sparkly leotard” theme. You’ll find your confusion will probably dissipate if you check out the added visuals that complete the Christmas theming story on Em’s socials. Theme established, it’s on to Em and Michael talking his new TV show coming to the ABC in 2021, it’s called ‘The Newsreader’. The lead female character is a feisty ethnic woman fighting against the straight white male TV Executives who are trying to make her be something that she’s not. Apparently Michael reckons it’s definitely not based on Em in any way, it’s just not, he’s totes doesn’t know where he got the inspiration though which seems a teensy bit weird. Then we chat about Dan Andrews not running for Federal Politics, which Em and Michael just see as a challenge, it’s a long term goal for them, they’ll probably just need to talk to his wife and get him back on board. We then attempt to calmly express Em’s dismay at an Instagram post from some Melbourne socialite guy, who took time out to share a pic of his new girlfriend, and also shit all over his equally famous former wife in the caption. Em felt it was a misstep for him, she also failed at expressing that calmly, because it really struck a chord with her. There’s also questions about what goes into orchestrating the perfect crying selfie, is it all about the angles? Where should the tear placement be? Can you rock a snot bubble if you capture it in the light beautifully? You know, just normal, stock standard stuff, which then leads to Em confronting Michael on how he never likes any of her photos on Instagram. Basically once Em gently unlatches the restraining bolt on her rage beast, it’s very hard for her to focus, like she’s really distracted, you’ll hear it, so grab your headphones and see if you can pick the moment she let’s it off the chain. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
39 min
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