We were so lucky to have the opportunity to sit down with Rachel Hunter as she travels around the country with her book, Tour of Beauty. She is the most down-to-earth, funny, wonderful woman. Rachel is everything you can imagine and about a thousand times more!
This week Brodie and Caitlin speak to Kimberely Crossman who would well and truly fill a lever arch file with all the things she's achieved. The talented and very funny actress has not only just launched a new business with her sister, she spends her time using her platform to raise money and awareness for young women in third world countries for World Vision.
ZM radio host and Celebrity Treasure Island personality, Bree Tomasel talks with Caitlin and Brodie about her career, her love life and more. She is an unashamedly outstanding woman who can teach us all a thing or two.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - so this week we speak to well known radio personality Sarah Gandy who has been battling Breast Cancer this year. The way she's handled her treatment is nothing short of amazing. Sarah, you are role model for women everywhere, thank you for sharing your story with us.
The girls talk Climate Change ahead of the big march all over New Zealand and the world, Caitlin shares some relationship news and we sort of decipher that and then just fall into yarns that three besties have after a long week - including where to put your Vaseline when out running!
We're about to hit Mental Health Awareness week in New Zealand (23 September) and the girls just wanted to create a safe place to chat about feelings. We talk a lot about our feelings, and want you to get inspired to talk about your feelings too!
This week the girls had the incredible opportunity to meet and interview one of Australia's leading businesswomen, Lorna Jane. The woman who, quite literally, made us all fall in love with activewear. Her story is amazing, and her outlook on life inspiring. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Sometimes the podcast is serious, sometimes the podcast has wonderful guests, and sometimes we just want to get together as a bunch of gals and talk about things like hairy moustaches. This week, Brodie, Caitlin and Gracie have one of those days where just talking together makes us feel better. We hope it does for you too!
This week the girls have a bit of a chat about all things career-related and are honoured to have the wonderful and inspiring Michelle Battersby from Bumble Australia as a guest. Michelle's career story is nothing short of awesome, and she helps us answer some questions you wonderful listeners had too!
Brodie, Caitlin and Gracie speak to Riley Hemson - a 23-year-old Paramedic from Wellington, who also happens to have amassed 160,000 followers on Instagram by sharing her journey of self-acceptance and love. It hasn't always been an easy road, nor is it all happy days and perfect every day. But her message is so important: she is so much more than just her body.
The girls praise MPs in Parliament (well most of them) for getting the Abortion Legislation Bill passed its first reading. A listener question results in Brodie admitting she's lonely, and we talk about the negative impact porn is having on sex.
The band is back together! Gracie returns from an amazing adventure in Europe, she shares all the highlights - and one big low-light ... which gets us onto the constantly evolving and conflicting issues around Instagram. Caitlin believes she's having an identity crisis so we talk through that, and we finish discussing the amazing British Vogue September Issue, and the Victoria's Secret show coming to an end. It's a busy... Read more
Caitlin and Brodie (COME HOME GRACIE) have a good wee catch up on life lately from the good to the bad and how it's ok to have both! We delve into the world of Snapchat sex, sending nudes and how it's turning into a new norm - Brodie is NOT impressed. And we hope we've helped a listener ask a guy out!
We speak to registered nutritionist Mikki Williden about all the information, all the messages, all the movements that are shoved down our throats.
How do we decipher it all? What should we listen to? How do we cope with the pressure of a booming industry where on one hand we're pretty much obsessing over health and wellness, but at the same time being told that we must love ourselves?
This week, Brodie and Caitlin talk to NZ's first Transgender Model, Manahou Mackay about modelling in New Zealand, her transitioning journey and she shares some pretty incredible advice for young New Zealanders.
This week we speak to Daisy Dagg, a mother-of-two, social media influencer, businesswoman. She also happens to be married to All Black, Izzy Dagg.
We talk about the highs and lows of motherhood, juggling various projects she has on the go, plus the challenges of being married to a high profile sports star. Oh yeah, and what does she think of being referred to as a WAG?
Gracie is having a well-deserved break in Europe - with practically everyone else who seems to be in Europe!
Caitlin and Brodie were lucky enough to share some time with legendary broadcaster Ali Mau. Ali is a fearless campaigner working on a nationwide #metoo investigation.
They discuss her career along the way, the challenges she faces in her current job, where we are at in New Zealand with the #metoo Movem... Read more
This week Brodie, Caitlin and Gracie are back together! They talk about boycotting Love Island, they also have a tricky discussion around the sharing of information on serious issues on social media, and a listener question about drinking dilemmas.
With Brodie away this week living it up in Bali, Gracie and Caitlin talk to Anna-lise Sharma, Head of Marketing and Business at RUBY.
They ask about where Kiwi fashion is heading ethically and get the behind of the scenes of making sure we know where our clothes are coming from and who is making them. Plus the latest trends and solid staples you need in your wardrobe!
Learn more about Koha Apparel - the amazi... Read more
This week, Brodie and Caitlin are joined by Megan Papas from ZM’s Breakfast Show.
They cover everything from Megan’s hugely successful but challenging radio career, to divorce, to the importance of girls supporting girls. Plus we find out if there are babies on the horizon!