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How to Be Fine
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How to Be Fine

Stitcher & Jolenta Greenberg, Kristen Meinzer

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Half advice show, half cultural critique, and one wild ride through the world of wellness. Join podcast besties Kristen Meinzer and Jolenta Greenberg as they dissect the inner workings of the betterment industry - and offer up some advice along the way. Their goal? To help get you a little closer to fine. Kristen and Jolenta's first show By the Book is on this feed. To hear back episodes of By the Book, just scroll down!
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The Relentless is a podcast from CENTURY 21 Real Estate and Slate Studios that rethinks business, redefines success, and reimagines customer experiences. Season 3 looks at how entrepreneurs can overcome the assumptions and barriers that hold us back so we can move fearlessly in real estate, business, and beyond. Host Kristen Meinzer is back for more conversations with bold and passionate guests who succeed by finding strength and motivation in the face of obstacles. From athletes who break b ...
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Questionable advice and solid movie recommendations for whatever ails you. Dealing with relationship drama? Hating your job? Not sure what to cook for dinner? Rest assured, there's a movie (or TV show) for whatever you're facing, and Rafer and Kristen will tell you what it is on Movie Therapy. Submit your questions to Rafer and Kristen by writing to raferandkristen@gmail.com or by filling out the contact form at raferandkristen.com. You can also tweet us @raferguzman and @kristenmeinzer.
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Join Lisa France, Sandra Gonzalez and Kristen Meinzer in conversation with award-winning actors, directors, screenwriters, costume designers and more. Hear them discuss their work, and share their favorite movies and movie moments from throughout the decades! Then be sure to visit www.cnn.com/themovies for more memorable moments in film, and check out CNN's new TV series "The Movies" -- from Executive Producers Tom Hanks, Gary Goetzman and Mark Herzog. Airing Sunday nights at 9 PM Eastern an ...
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Hosted by the culture critic Kristen Meinzer, “Innovation Uncovered” explores how breakthrough ideas are reshaping reality in extraordinary ways. In Season 2, we’ll learn even more inspiring stories at the intersection of business and technology, with an even greater emphasis on the agents of innovation. Each episode features an in-depth conversation with scientists, inventors or entrepreneurs who are creating large-scale change around the world. Subscribe to “Innovation Uncovered,” a podcas ...
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Thanks to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the world will be gifted with the greatest wedding of all time. And thanks to James Barr and Kristen Meinzer, we now have the perfect BFFs to help us unwrap all the feels. Each week, James and Kristen obsess over the love story details, digest the latest nuptial news, and speculate about what will go down at the royal wedding itself. Along the way, they talk with expert guests and friends of the couple, including the Royal Astrologer, a crown jewels ...
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Hosts Margo and Sonia chat about Creeps. We talk about Creeps of the past and the present: It's the who's who of who's the worst. Do you have a story about one of the Creeps we covered? Email us at whatacreeppodcast@gmail.com. This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5394615/advertisement
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Smart Mouth
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Smart Mouth

Katherine Spiers / TableCakes Productions

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Smart Mouth is a podcast that cares mostly about food. We talk to the most interesting people we know, working in all kinds of industries, about their favorite dishes. It's a way of finding out what makes them tick. The podcast is brought to you by Katherine Spiers, the former food editor at L.A. Weekly and co-author of Rogue 99.
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We Love You (And So Can You)
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We Love You (And So Can You)

Stitcher & Jolenta Greenberg, Kristen Meinzer

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We Love You (And So Can You) follows the journey of a guest looking to makeover part of their life: like jumping back into the dating world, dealing with professional jealousy, or navigating a new phase in life as an empty nester. Hosts Kristen Meinzer and Jolenta Greenberg draw on extensive knowledge of self-help to provide a prescription of wellness practices, creative activities, media consumption, and more, which the guest follows while we eavesdrop on their progress. The goal: for the g ...
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From Clarence House to Windsor Castle, and Meghan Markle to the Queen, Newsweek's new podcast The Royal Report brings you all the news you want from the palace and beyond. Hosted by Newsweek royal reporter Jack Royston, each episode features a mix of headlines, in-depth analysis, and friendly debate. Subscribe and listen to the Royal Report from Newsweek wherever you get your favorite shows.
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Hosts and life-long best friends Angela Lin and Jesse Lin explore their identities as Asian-Americans through the lens of their first-generation upbringings and how those influences have shaped how they see the world and their place in it. Each episode explores a different topic of identity or common struggle, with many episodes featuring special guests from both the Asian and broader POC communities bringing their unique perspectives, showing us that there's so much more that connects us th ...
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New York City's finest storytellers relive their most embarrassing sexual experiences just for your pleasure. Based on the popular touring storytelling show, Awkward Sex And The City is hosted by comedian and storyteller, Natalie Wall, and features guests discussing real stories about their sexual exploits, adventures, discoveries, and revelations. For every hilarious sexual tale, there are gross moments to match and love of everything awkward.
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Mary Payne Gilbert can’t stop listening to podcasts and she can’t stop talking about podcasts. Now she's sharing her obsession with you. On Payne in the Pod, Mary Payne talks to podcasters about their shows, the stories they love to tell, and the personal insanity of being a podcaster.
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Korean American adoptee Kristen Meinzer has harnassed the power of her unique voice and interests to become a familiar commentator on aspects of pop culture, British royalty, and even weird fringe Christian cults. Considered to be one of the "22 most influential women in podcasting today," Meinzer shares what every budding podcaster needs to know, …
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What a Creep: Hilaria Baldwin Special Guest: Kristen Meinzer “Daily Fail” Season 21, Episode 9 Sonia Mansfield is still in Ireland having the time of her life, but fear not cohorts--we have an excellent special guest to help us call out some Creeps! Kristen Meinzer (How To Be Fine / Daily Fail / By The Book / Movie Therapy with Rafer & Kristen Auth…
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What a Creep: Jann Wenner Season 22, Episode 1 Jann Wenner was the editor of Rolling Stone magazine from 1967 to 2019, covering everything from the Beatles to Woodstock to Live Aid and even Hip Hop at some point in the 1990s. He made millions as rock culture's gatekeeper and key in developing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For decades, critics der…
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Many children of immigrants grew up learning their parents' language as their first tongue. Our first language was Mandarin, but like many other immigrant children, this was quickly supplanted by English. Despite attending Chinese School every week from the ages of 5 to 18, our current level of vocabulary and reading/writing skills are sadly on par…
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We need a shovel and pail to scoop up all these fails. This week: Russell Brand, notable Bad Dude, is actually bad because of ties to Meghan Markle Malia Obama wears a crop top and hides behind a tree with MEN Taylor Swift, a 33-year-old adult, is dating someone again. So we have to ask: fellas, is it gay to care about a woman? Find us on Twitter @…
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On this episode of How to Be Fine, Kristen and Jolenta investigate skychology and the claim that looking at the sky increases wellbeing. Plus, they offer advice on how to support a depressed partner and struggling with body positivity. Do you have an advice question for us? Email us at kristenandjolenta@gmail.com, or tweet us @kristenmeinzer, or @h…
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Globe-trotting South Korean Production Supervisor Kate Young Eun Park is my guest this week. She came on to promote Cookin', a madcap percussive musical featuring four frenzied chefs striving to meet a crazy wedding banquet deadline. In its 26th year, Cookin' has been already been viewed by 1.48 million people in 60 countries, and is currently at t…
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What a Creep: Russell Brand Season 21, Episode 10 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell_Brandas a part of our “Quartet of Comedy Creeps” in season eight of our show. He has managed to be exposed as an even BIGGER Creep, with several women alleging he sexually assaulted them over the years. He denies this, blaming the oligarchs in the “MSM” (mainstr…
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Clarissa Wei is a Taiwan-based food journalist and author of the new cookbook "Made in Taiwan," out now. Clarissa was inspired to use this cookbook as a vehicle to tell the stories of the people of Taiwan, and to shine a light on how the history of Taiwan -- from its various waves of immigration pre- and post-1949 to its all-time-high modern politi…
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We have a guest this week to bail us outta these fails — it’s Margo Donohue, co-host of What A Creep. This week: Simone Biles is going to the world championships of her sport once again, so let’s knock this successful woman down a couple pegs Hugh Jackman isn’t wearing his wedding ring because he’s getting divorced. TIME FOR A GAY PANIC Prince Will…
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On this episode of How to Be Fine, Kristen and Jolenta talk about the stigma of eating while watching television. Plus, they offer up advice on determining when a breakup is justified, and how to become more positive. Do you have an advice question for us? Email us at kristenandjolenta@gmail.com, or tweet us @jolentag, @kristenmeinzer, or @howtobef…
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Beans, meat substitutes, and capitalism with our century's Samuel Johnson. Related: Hot Sauce with Llewellyn Clarke California's Punjabi-Mexican Communities Gujarati New Year's Dish Beans and Gin Listen to Smart Mouth: iTunes • Google Podcasts • Pandora • Spotify • RadioPublic • TuneIn • Libsyn • Amazon Music Check out all our episodes so far here.…
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There's a whole industry built around finding shortcuts in experiencing happiness, but do things in life actually make us happy or is it how we experience them that creates happiness? To complicate the subject further, happiness is a different experience for different people. Even in experiences we choose to repeat, we may find that our experience …
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And the survey says… this publication doesn’t understand surveys. This week: A survey reveals that men hate it when women have opinions, women hate it when men are bad people A survey UNVEILS that Prince William is the best, hottest, smartest and most popular boy And another survey says the Libs are forcing your cats to be vegan (they are not) Find…
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On this mini episode of How to Be Fine, Kristen and Jolenta share listener feedback on Myers-Briggs and Skinimalism. Plus, listeners share some additional tips for a letter writer who wants to make friends in a new city, and another who is having trouble communicating with their teenager. Do you have an advice question for us? Email us at kristenan…
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It took Amy Yip 38 years to come to grips with what it meant to take ownership of her own life, which involved learning how to relate to her immigrant Asian parents in more curious and objective ways. She's now a successful life-coach and her book Unfinished Business: Breaking Down the Great Wall Between Adult Child & Immigrant Parents will be in s…
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Jesse recently went back to Taiwan for the first time since before the pandemic. Although for less than ideal reasons (the death of his grandfather), he was grateful for the opportunity to reconnect with his extended family back in the motherland. We also hear about Jesse's shenanigans going out solo to experience LGBT nightlife in Taipei by himsel…
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What a Creep: Special Ep “Creep or Not a Creep?” Special Guest: Alicia of Trashy Divorces Season 21, Episode 8 While cohort Sonia Mansfield invades Ireland with her combination vacation/work trip--the Creepy train keeps moving with our special guest, Alicia of the Trashy Divorces podcast, to first talk about the Joe Jonas and Steve Harvey divorces,…
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*coo, coo* Hear that, listeners? It’s the call of the fail quail. This week: Meghan and Harry went to Beyoncé, so let’s allege some cross-dressing and bad vibes Leonardo DiCaprio has dated a 25 year old for the last two months, but this time it’s serious Nicole Kidman is photographed with David Beckham by Victoria Beckham, obviously is being a home…
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On this episode of How to Be Fine, Kristen and Jolenta talk about simplified skincare routines, also known as skinimalism. Plus, they offer up advice on how to deal with a friend that makes bad decisions, and how to get through to a noncommunicative teenager. Do you have an advice question for us? Email us at kristenandjolenta@gmail.com, or tweet u…
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My guest this episode is writer, producer, director and activist Curtis Chin, whose memoir "Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant" will appear in bookstores on Oct 17th. The book is about growing up Asian American in the Black and white city of Detroit, Michigan, and coming out of the closet in his working-class immigrant communit…
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What a Creep: Billy McFarland-Fyre Festival Creep Season 10, Episode 7 (2024 Replay & Update!) This week, we are taking a short break to celebrate Labor Day, a three-day long weekend dedicated to honoring the hardworking people of our country. However, we have some important news about one of the biggest scams of recent years. Believe it or not, th…
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After living abroad in Japan and Korea the last year, Angela's recent reverse culture shock coming back to the US has your co-hosts wondering why there's such a drastic difference in the quality of life between the US and many (East) Asian countries. In this episode, we talk about just how different our respective experiences were abroad with regar…
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We’re joined this week by Chris DeRosa of Fixing Famous People — and these fails are truly in need of fixing. This week: Jennifer Garner puts her tresses up, wears totally normal clothes, drinks mystery beverage, and is not accompanied by a man on her walk If you ordered room service at a hotel, no you didn’t! You might actually have been a victim …
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On this episode of How to Be Fine, Kristen and Jolenta talk about the Myers-Briggs type indicator and its surprising origin story. Plus, they offer up advice on making friends in a new city, and how to be your true self around in-laws. Do you have an advice question for us? Email us at kristenandjolenta@gmail.com, or tweet us @jolentag, @kristenmei…
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