We promised you a Christmas episode, but now that it's March you're just going to have to be cool with us talking to you about Valentines Day. Oh, wait. That was a month ago? Whoops. So, this podcast is coming to your ears a bit belated, but with all of our good intentions. Life got away from us. But, we're ready to talk your ears off. By the way, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, all the things.
In this episode:
We catch up about traveling over the holidays and eating too much chocolate.
I wrote about my food allergies on the internet here. People had a lot to say.
Beth made this deliciously fatty Chocolate Avocado Shake. It looks soooo good.
I wrote a five part series about doing Whole30. The internet told me I had an eating disorder and yelled at me about beans. Normal.
Valentines day is kinda meh, unless you make it into STEAK AND LOBSTER DAY!
Chronic illness is no joke. Can we all just be nice to one another and support our fellow humans? Great.
Please watch this bomb ass Brene Brown video on EMPATHY. It's life changing. Share it everywhere.
We talk about Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. I'm sorry, but also, here's the link so you can catch up.
So glad to be back in the swing of things, homies! Have questions for us? We'd love to hear from you. Write to us here. And, don't forget to follow us around the web @soletshangout and @tastyyummies. We're pretty much everywhere. ;)
We're back! I know it's been a while, but we're totally back to chat your ears off. I'm going to tell you about my Hawaiian vacation. Beth will tell you about getting drunk on airplanes. I'll try not to cry on the podcast and end up giving you too much info about bikini waxing--plus soooo much more. I hope you enjoy it! xox
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Hey, Friends! Beth and I are back to chat about all things fall, a date gone horribly wrong, what happens when mercury goes into retrograde, and how we're both sweating while trying to use pumpkin pie spice. Fall has not been cold in California, but that does not change our need for comfort food. Did I mention that Beth had the sniffles and I had a fever while recording this? I mean...What could go wrong? Nothing. We're total professionals. ;)
Don't forget to find us on iTunes, where you can easily subscribe and download these episodes to your desired listening device. If you're enjoying to podcast, and would be so kind as to leave us a review, we'd really appreciate it. Thanks so much to all of you for listening, and those of you who have taken the time to rate us and write to us and all the things. We love hearing from you! xox
Here are the notes:
• Dating is not usually disastrous when your're married, unless mercury is in retrograde and you decide to eat here for your anniversary. (DON'T)
• If you're going to serve something called "BBQ Water", you best make sure it doesn't suck. Because, ew.
• If you're ever in Portland, Maine you should totally eat at this hyper-local restaurant. It won't be a disaster and they don't serve BBQ Water.
• If you ever find yourself in Julian, California, go see Jeremy. He makes a good burger.
• Do you ever wink at people when you're nervous? Because, maybe I do. ;)
• We got reader questions. We tell you how we met. It turns out it wasn't at all like Dirty Dancing.
• We are into fall food. Gina baked you this Grain-Free Spiced Kabocha Squash Pie, and Beth made you this Grain-Free Apple Berry Crumb Pie. Other things we thnk you should make this fall: Sausage Soup with Kale, Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, Apple Cider Margaritas, and Curried Shepherds Pie with Sweet Potato Mash!
Thanks so much for listening! If you have questions for us (and we totally hope that you do), please write to us at soletshangout (at) gmail (dot) com ! xo
You guys!! We're back on the air this week, talking about all the things you probably don't need to know, and maybe a a few things you do. But, before I dive into the notes, this is the part where I ask you oh so kindly if you'll do us a solid and rate us or write us a quick review on iTunes. We'd be forever grateful. Seriously. Like, if we had one of those fancy walls where we write people's names who are important, we'd write your name on it.
Here are the show notes for this week:
Thanks so much for hanging out with us!! If you have questions for us, write to us here.
In this episode:
•Our husbands are out of town and we handle things a little differently. Beth meditates every morning and makes vegetables. Gina poops with the door open and eats gluten-free mac and cheese out of a box.
•Gina is having reoccurring dreams. So, she Googled their meanings. Instead of the requisite "you're afraid of change"she was met with "someone's probably going to die". Cool. Thanks Google. You're fun.
•If you have a ring stuck on your finger, you can try this floss situation.
•Did you know baby carrots are killing you? Want to find out twelve ways to be a better lover? We're talking about all the things that make you go CLICK on the internet. Clickbait, my friends. It's happening.
• We talk all about Catfish. The movie, the show, the red flags and our own experiences. It turns out there IS a wrong number of stuffed animals to bring the girl you're stalking on the internet. That number is ANY.
•We both joined Periscope. This means that you can randomly hang out with us in real time and ask us questions while we do stuff like make hemp milk. No big deal. Come find us!! Gina is @SoLetsHangOut. Beth is @TastyYummies.
•For the Gluten Free Gossip we're dishing up our feelings on the new #girlswithgluten thing happening on Instagram. But, mostly we just want this soft pretzel flotation device.
Have a question for us? Write to us here and we’ll try to answer your questions on the air. xox
In this episode:
•Gina has the same thumbs as Megan Fox. We're going to start a Clubbed Thumb Club.
•Beth has big hands and excels at Thanksgiving hand turkeys.
•Crows and rats have infiltrated the neighborhood. A murder of them. Send help.
•Beth went on a yoga trip and got farty in the mountains. Yes, it was a case of the altitoots. Totally a thing.
•We cry in yoga. Maybe a lot. Deal with it.
•Beth is throwing a yoga retreat with her lady friend Vyana. They're called Wild Spirit Retreats, and you should totally go. You can cry in class. It's a safe space.
•Talking on the phone makes us weird because texting has ruined everything. Great. Great. Ok, LOVE YOU! Bye. *awkward face emoji*
•Gina wrote A Few Words On Body Shaming and posted a photo of her body in a bikini on the internet. People had things to say, and so do we.
•Kathryn Budig makes us super happy in this video. We're all real women, my friends. #AllTheBodyLove
•In this week's Gluten Free Gossip, we're chatting about being a great gluten-free house guest as well as an awesome host to guests who have food allergies. You can get a ton of this info from this awesome post.
Have a questions for us? Write to us here, and we'll try to answer your questions on the air! xox
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Have a question for us? Write to us here, and we'll try to answer it on the air. Thanks so much for hanging out! xox
Thank you so much for hanging out! Have a question for us? Write to us here.
It’s the first ever episode of The So…Let’s Hang Out Podcast! Yay! We’re so glad you’re listening.
Since it’s the first episode, it’s only fitting that we’re talking about FIRST TIMES. You know, like… The first jobs we ever had, first kisses, first crushes, probably WAY too much about NKOTB and a myriad of other embarrassing things.
Gina confesses to being a truly ridiculous human being while sharing the story of her first kiss and the poetry she wrote about it. Oh, and that time that she dressed up like a member of the band TLC for Halloween. Because, you know… all the cool kids were doing it (they weren’t).
Beth accidentally lets it slip that she had a crush on her Aunt’s boyfriend (because, he had a horse—duh) and shares a story about a date night gone wrong with her now husband, Mark.