Motherhood in Hollywood
Heads up! Real talk ahead. My friend Erin Ziering stopped by to be on my podcast! I wanted to talk about her new show on the Tellie App, but we quickly got sidetracked on a bunch of topics that have been top of mind lately. -
It's rare in this world to find your mom soulmate. Even rarer still, to find her in Hollywood where everyone seems to be looking for the next leg up using people along the way. Tammin Sursok and Roxy Manning clicked right away when their kids became f...
Hey friends, real talk ahead. I've been podcasting for four years and more than 200 episodes if you include my bonus episodes, which I do. And honestly, I'm burned out. I was watching Marc Maron's show recent and realized he has been podcasting for 10 ...
Halle Stanford, President of Television for The Jim Henson Company (PRNewsfoto/The Jim Henson Company) Three years ago I was lucky enough to be invited onto the Jim Henson Studios lot in Hollywood to interview executive producer Halle Stanford.
When you find a comedy soulmate you grab ahold of them and never let go. Or at least start a podcast with them. That's what LA actors and comedians Betsy Stover and Amanda Allan did when they started the Why Mommy Drinks podcast. It's a funny,
It's happened to every parent at least once, you turn around at the store, movies or mall and your kid disappears in seconds. Your heart races as your mind quickly runs through all of the horrible scenarios.
Latin talent manager Isabel Echeverry had a vision many years ago while working at ICM to help Latinos make it in Hollywood. She has a self-described gift of connecting people and lifting them up. Cut to 10 years later and her vision is now a reality.
Sometimes you get just a feeling about someone when you meet them. Like they are down-to-earth and would make a great friend. That's what I felt when I met Courtney Lopez, wife of host and actor Mario Lopez.
Summer is here! Now what do we wear? Celebrity Stylist and TV Personality Ali Levine is sharing personal style tips for every mom on the go. Ali has shared her work with The New York Times, FabFitFun, and USA Today and now Motherhood in Hollywood!
Meg Weidner is an actress who became a mom and was struggling with feeling like a failure. Raise your hand if you've been there? *raises hand* - She joins me on the show to talk about the film she created and stars in called "Best Mom.