48 min

This week's episode is a little late, sorry! Abbie rants about a controversial Brownlow dress, tells you how to eat ass and then answer a question about forgiving yourself. Weird mix, but just go with it.


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After Work Drinks
After Work Drinks
Isabelle Truman & Grace O'Neill
I Love A Good Vibe
Hello angels. We're back and better than ever, discussing super-recent recommendations like Dawson's Creek, which Grace has finally started watching. Naturally, this is cause to revisit the Katie Holmes/Tom Cruise saga of '06, which remains the most chaotic whirlwind romance in Hollywood history. We're also talking about Meghan Markle's New York Times op-ed - aside from bringing to light more awareness about miscarriage, it's proof that Meg has an uncanny ability to intuit the moment culturally. So why are the royals wasting her? Then, Halima Aden - the first hijab-wearing supermodel - is quitting fashion, saying the industry caused her to compromise her beliefs, and we investigate the trap of being 'first'. Dakota Johnson and Cara Delevingne are both launching sex toy companies, but are suspiciously coy about using their own products. Then it's on to a column by Dolly Alderton arguing that women should focus on having 'character', rather than being beautiful. Easier said than done? As always, please rate, review and subscribe. Recommendations: Going Clear by Alex Gibney (2015) My Scientology Movie by Louis Theroux (2016) Cute tableware - Thekla https://www.thekladesign.com/ Interior accounts: @shoptrinketstore, @scenebychloe, @scout_goods, @ellajanevintage, @tamatamastore, @finnavintage, @rosemaryandpeachshop, @sourcedatsixtysix, @inreverievintage Dolly Alderton column: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/dear-dolly-i-am-19-years-old-and-have-no-confidence-when-it-comes-to-my-appearance-9l726hwpk   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
58 min
Life Uncut
Life Uncut
Brittany Hockley and Laura Byrne
TOXIC POSITIVITY - Take your good vibes and shove it
Hey Lifers! Yes it's Thursday but we are delivering you our big, juicy, meaty Tuesday episode today! (blame this weeks episode switcheroo on the fact we thought Laura was going in to labour - valid excuse 😂) but boy do we have a positively good one for you! After Laura's pregnancy scare we talk a bit about... well..... pregnancy and touch on the really wonderful news Dan Andrews recently shared around miscarriage and the solace this change in legislation will bring to grieving women and families. Britt is sharing her egg freezing journey with us all, then it's time for some accidentally unfiltered stories. On the menu today - TOXIC POSITIVITY! What is that you say? Well we are glad you asked! The phrase “toxic positivity” refers to the concept that keeping positive, happy and upbeat are the only feeling you should have and is the right way to live your life. It means only focusing on positive things and rejecting anything that may trigger negative emotions. We are currently seeing this everywhere in life. Sounds great right!? The fact is, when you deny or avoid unpleasant and negative emotions, you actually make them bigger . We unpack that and more so strap in folks. Find us on Facebook at Life Uncut Podcast and on Instagram @Lifeuncutpodcast If you loved todays episode please hit 5 stars, leave a review and share the love, because, well, we love love. And also that is what helps us grow so please and thank you we love you. x
1 hr 2 min
Lady Startup Stories
Lady Startup Stories
Mamamia Podcasts
The Woman Who Manages Australia’s Biggest Celebrities
Michael Bublé, Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian, Jules Sebastian, Fleetwood Mac, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Human Nature. What do all these famous musicians have in common? They are just a small fraction of the talent managed by today’s guest, Jennifer Fontaine. Jennifer started her career at Sony Music Entertainment Australia, before moving on to Warner Music Group. But then, like so many women, she decided she wanted to do exactly what she wanted to do. She wanted to work for herself. So in 2007, she founded Private Idaho Management, and began to look after the careers of Human Nature, and Guy & Jules Sebastian. But with offices in both Sydney and LA, Jen was travelling a lot. All while taking care of her son and trying to grow her business.  So how did she do it?  And how on earth does she find time to lift weights 6 times a week?  THE END BITS: You can find Private Idaho Management here - https://www.privateidaho.com.au/. Follow Jennifer on Instagram here - https://www.instagram.com/jenniferfontaine/. Are you busting to start your own business but you don’t know where to start? Get info about The Lady Startup Activation Plan here... https://www.ladystartup.com/pages/waitlist/ Want insider tips and tricks for your business direct from Mia Freedman each week? Get the free Lady Startup newsletter here... https://www.ladystartup.com.au/ Want to help lift other women higher and maybe get a boost for your biz? Follow us on Instagram… https://www.instagram.com/ladystartups/ Looking for a community of kickass Lady Startups (and other women who want to start businesses)? We have a free one for you right here... https://www.facebook.com/ladystartups/ Need more lols, info and inspo in your ears? Find more Mamamia podcasts here... https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/ Feedback? We’re listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au CREDITS: Host: Mia Freedman, co-founder of Mamamia and founder of Lady Startup Guest: Jennifer Fontaine Producer: Leah Porges See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
35 min
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