AA 050: Jackie Aanonsen McEwan from Gluten Free Follow Me

In this episode, I sit down with Jackie Aanonsen McEwan, founder of Gluten Free Follow Me! Gluten Free Follow Me is a website that features over 2,000 eateries throughout the world, highlighting the gluten-free items each menu offers. Jackie also blogs about her favorite gluten-free products and shares her own gluten-free recipes on her website! Jackie discusses what it was like to jump from a job in finance to building her own brand, the differences between California and New York, and how she manages the entrepreneurial lifestyle. We discuss stigmas that come along with blogging and the differences for men and women in the workplaces. Jackie also shares her personal story about how she found out she has Celiac, how she dealt with it, where gluten is hiding, her favorite places to eat, and more.

Be sure to check out Jackie’s website, GlutenFreeFollowMe.com! You can also find her on Instagram (@glutenfree.followme), Twitter (@GlutenFreeFM), and Snapchat (@jackieaanonsen)!

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 049: Les Alfred on the Comparison Trap, Challenging Ideals, & Dealing with Social Media

In this episode, Les Alfred from The Balanced Berry joins me again to discuss the comparison trap! We talk about our struggles with comparing, the effects social media has on our self-concept, and how we deal with it when we feel the urge to compare ourselves to others. We also discuss how to handle relationships that lead to comparisons and who to turn to when you need more help. We talk about how people sometimes don’t allow themselves to be happy even though they could be, how society has created “ideals” that are completely arbitrary, and more.

Les’s online bootcamp starts May 1, so if you want to sign up, head over to thebalancedberry.com. If you want her to train you personally, you can find info on her site for that as well! You can also find out more about Les, see her delicious recipes, find some great workouts, and read her #realtalk on her blog. Also, follow her on Instagram (@balancedberry) and Twitter (@balancedberry).

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 048: Teen Bullying & 13 Reasons Why with Fitch the Snitch, Part 2

 

In Part 2 of our bullying episode, Alison joins us again to discuss our experiences with teen bullying. We tell more stories about things that happened to us in middle school and stuck with us for a long time. We talk about bullying on instant messenger apps like AIM, spreading rumors on the playground, and rigged student council elections. We also discuss how sad it is that bullying is so prevalent, when you should be a tattle tale, how we don’t understand when bullies don’t face consequences, and more.

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.
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AA 047: Teen Bullying & 13 Reasons Why with Fitch the Snitch, Part 1

In this episode, my friend Alison joins me to discuss a topic that we are very passionate about – bullying. We’ve been watching 13 Reasons Why on Netflix, and it’s one of our favorite books. Watching the show inspired us to talk about why bullying is so prevalent, especially in middle schools and high schools. We talk about what we think about the show, but we also share our own experiences with bullying in middle school, high school, and beyond. We talk about how things change as we get older, how frustrated we are that nothing is being done about bullying, what it feels like to be an outsider, how teachers can be bullies, and more.

Make sure you follow Alison on Instagram for yummy food pictures (@hellafoodies)!
As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.
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AA 046: Explicit with Danika Miller – Boys, Sex, and Cheating

DISCLAIMER: This episode is especially explicit. There is a lot of swearing and we talk about sex. Please do not listen if you are offended by/uncomfortable with this!

In this episode we sit down with our friend Danika Miller to talk about MEN. Specifically, she tells us quite a few entertaining stories about her sexual adventures throughout her life. We talk about the worst things guys have ever done to her, where she looks for men, and one night stands. We discuss how to get a guy’s attention, what to do when you’re seeing two guys at once, and how dating changes as you get older. We wrap up with a discussion of the “marriage” label, how people evolve in their relationships, and single parenting.

If you want to know more about Danika, make sure you follow her on Instagram (@iselinandhale and @itsdanikamiller). Also check out her blog, iselinandhale.com. SHE’S THE BEST.

Make sure you send in questions or stories you have about GUYS! You can submit them on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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