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Laura Tremaine is not the smartest person in the room, but she knows someone who is. Driven by her belief that we all learn, grow, and become better when we surround ourselves with people who are smarter than us, she'll take you along to meet people who are brilliant in their fields. With the casual tone of the best dinner party conversation you've ever had, Smartest Person in the Room offers fascinating, funny, and thought-provoking learning you won't want to miss!
 
Marriage and Martinis is an attempt to present a real, authentic marriage at its core: the love, hate, teamwork, struggles, laughter, humiliation, and ever-changing dynamics that comprise spousal relationships. Join Danielle and Adam as they explore every hilarious, heartfelt, shocking, embarrassing, and completely inappropriate facet of marriage and parenting. It’s a bumpy ride, but it’s worth it.
 
Add a dose of goodness to your day and explore what it means to thrive in life. Kim Forrester interviews world-leading experts and takes a deep-dive into the characteristics and daily habits that can boost your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being, and help you flourish.
 
Style and Grace is a conversation with friends! Hosts Courtney and Shea will bring light and positivity around everyday life topics, including marriage and spirituality, food and entertainment, fitness and parenting. There will be fun interviews and awards show red carpet snark, too. All of this will be done honestly, with style and grace.
 
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Today we are chatting with author, blogger, and podcaster Laura Tremaine! In today's conversation we talk about her new book Share Your Stuff, I'll Go First. We talk about the cult of bookstagram and book people and we share books we've read with a cult-like following. We discuss whether or not they were worth the hype. Then, in true Laura Tremaine…
 
Andy Hill was just a regular husband and dad when he started to get really interested in finances and made a commitment to live debt and mortgage free. Fast forward to a few years, when he quit his corporate job and has done what most people think is impossible; made a living as a full time blogger and podcaster helping other people achieve financi…
 
My mom returns to the podcast with some new thoughts about how she feels having a daughter who shares herself on the internet, the advice she would give mid-life women, and a long ago conversation between us in the car when she realized there was something...strange...about me. I love to feature real conversations with friends and loved ones on thi…
 
Professor Richard Kearney holds the Charles B. Seelig Chair of Philosophy at Boston College and is international co-director of the Guestbook Project, which promotes peace through storytelling. He is the author of over 25 books on European philosophy and literature, including his latest title, Touch: Recovering Our Most Vital Sense. In this episode…
 
This topic has had documentaries and books written about it's culty activity! You may or may not have heard of WeWork (and you probably have not heard of Church of the Master Angels), so join Heather and Eryn as they deep dive both in an old episode of their Patreon show Cult Watch! Heather & Eryn will be back soon with new common cult and true cul…
 
This conversation with my old friend Shawn Smucker is one of the best I've had in awhile. We talk about reading and ghost writing and self-publishing and (not) censoring what our kids read. And we also talk about the books we wish we'd written. Somehow I shock Shawn with one of my answers! Shawn Smucker is the author of six novels, including his la…
 
Adam and Danielle have just returned from a very long overdue trip, just the two of them. After vacationing in the tropical paradise of Brooklyn, the two are feeling the effects of their romantic getaway. Two two discuss how this trip compared to the same trip they took three years ago, why one trip can change the entire course of a relationship, a…
 
This episode is for you and someone else. These 10 Questions are meant for couples, but this isn't a big sit-down heart-to-heart. This is meant to be FUN. Stay open to your own answers and don't assume you know your partner's answers. Because the main point of these particular prompts is to build CONNECTION. The questions don't go too deep (in case…
 
During the month of June, Adam worked more hours than he has maybe ever worked. He's been exhausted all month from his job, and Danielle has been exhausted from all of the stuff going on with the kids and household. The feeling of "languishing," that feeling like you just can't seem to enjoy things or make progress in life has been overwhelming for…
 
Every now and then I like to show a little peek behind the curtain. Whether you’re a current podcaster, an aspiring one, or just a curious listener, I hope you learn something in this episode about creating a weekly podcast. I’m sharing my thoughts on producing a show, what equipment I use to record, editing episodes, hidden costs, and making money…
 
As you might imagine, this episode isn't all about vanity. We all know appearance isn't everything. But it's almost impossible to dismiss it entirely. So this episode is a mix of practical tips and also some mindset shifts. I made this episode for me. But I hope it's helpful for you. FULL SHOW NOTES HERE Sponsors: Rothys. Go to Rothys.com/YOU for y…
 
When you think about something that is not technically a cult but a lot like a cult, fraternities and sororities are right up there in things that light up our cult-o-meters. Full disclosure: we were both a part of sorority! Listen this week as we check our biases and talk about some of the nuance and seriousness of the problematic parts of these o…
 
June is my birthday month and so of course I'm feeling (extra) reflective. In this episode I'm sharing 10 Things I Learned (or am still learning) in the last year. A year that included a worldwide pandemic, publishing my first book, and moving houses after a decade. FULL SHOW NOTES HERE Related episodes: Ep 115: Taking Up Space (A conversation with…
 
TRIGGER WARNINGS: discussions of porn, rough sex, and other sexual acts that might be uncomfortable and/or upsetting for some people. Sara Rosen, AKA "The Kink Therapist," has made it her mission to create shame-free spaces in which people can openly discuss their kinks, fetishes and fantasies no matter how "taboo" society tells us they are. Daniel…
 
Stephen King is a genius and I believe we will one day study him in academic settings like we do other literary giants. (He's also my favorite author.) I'm making a case today for why YOU should read this master storyteller. He has created some of the most iconic characters and plot lines and imagery in history, but he gets a bad rap from casual re…
 
Danielle and Dr. Traci Baxley have a candid conversation about everything from interracial marriage, to privilege, to how to handle it when people say, "agree to disagree," about social issues and race. Danielle asks how parents can implement teachings and actions to help their kids become better allies and more conscientious human beings. Have we …
 
One of the most personal and meaningful projects I’ve ever made was my podcast series called The Secret Tapes. It's a series of interviews I did with the people I write about in my book Share Your Stuff. I’ll Go First. The Secret Tapes were released in January solely to people who preordered SYSIGF. But now the Secret Tapes are a part of Secret Stu…
 
Danielle has an absolute blast having girl talk with Tammin and Roxy of the Women on top podcast. She asks Tammin (Pretty Little Liars) and Red Carpet Roxy (Hollywood entertainment host) all about how the standards of Hollywood impact their views on sex, all about their sexual fantasies, and how the pandemic has impacted their sex lives. It's an ho…
 
Shannon Hayes is a sustainable farmer, entrepreneur, author, café owner, and CEO of Sap Bush Hollow Farm in New York State, USA. She is the author of several popular books, including her latest title, Redefining Rich. In this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Shannon to explore what it really means to prosper in life and to learn how we each mak…
 
Favorite Things! Again! I'm sharing my current favorites: including home stuff, beauty products, travel outfits, what's helping me sleep, a new bra obsession, and what I can't stop giving as a gift. In case you hadn't noticed, I moved the frequency of the Favorite Things (Right Now) episodes up from every twenty episodes to every TEN. This was in d…
 
Danielle and Adam take a fun walk down memory lane talking about everything from their first memories, to what they collected as kids, to stuff their parents did that would get them arrested today. They also discuss what they would like to replicate from the households in which they grew up, and what they're hoping to do differently. What part of t…
 
This week we're talking about another characteristic of a cult; mind altering behavior. What do you think of when you hear that term? Brain washing? Mushrooms? While it's true that those are some of the methods true cults have used to alter members mental states, mind control and mind altering methods are more prevalent than you may think.…
 
Dr Dawna Markova is co-founder of the Random Acts of Kindness movement and the Worldwide Women’s Web, a former senior research affiliate of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT, and author of a treasure trove of books including, I Will Not Die an Unlived Life, and her latest title, Living a Loved Life: Awakening Wisdom Through Stories of Inspi…
 
The fabulous Anne Bogel of What Should I Read Next? returns to the show to talk about her 2021 Summer Reading Guide and the best books she’s read lately. Anne Bogel (aka Modern Mrs. Darcy) is one of my favorite people to talk books and reading with, and I look forward to her annual Summer Reading Guide each year. We talk about how long it takes her…
 
I am so excited to let you in on a little secret: my latest project, a private podcast called Secret Stuff. SIGN UP FOR SECRET STUFF HERE I am so excited to combine the ideas behind my podcast 10 Things To Tell You, my book Share Your Stuff. I’ll Go First, and my newsletter the Secret Posts into SECRET STUFF. Secret Stuff will be a membership hoste…
 
Scarlett Lewis is a mother, accomplished artist, and founder of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, which she created in honour of her son who was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre of December 2012. Scarlett is the author of Nurturing, Healing Love: A Mother’s Journey of Hope and Forgiveness. In this episode, Kim Forrester conne…
 
We're kicking off the summer season with 10 Questions that will help make it successful. Answer these prompts in your journal or with a partner, or go around the table with your colleagues or family. These questions are slightly summer-flavored, but really they could used at the beginning of any season. Mentioned in this episode: SIGN UP FOR THE SE…
 
Last week's Guilt Episode, Revisited, uncovered a lot of questions that had gone unanswered after not talking much about this topic for the past two and a half years. Now, Adam and Danielle are breaking down Adam's feelings, giving advice to couples going through similar situations, and exploring how to trust a partner again after a period of conte…
 
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