Welcome to Having It All & Other Lies, a show that celebrates the delicate balance between leaning in and falling over as we strive to lead full lives with intention and purpose all whilst keeping at least the majority of our sanity. We talk about letting go of the expectation for perfection, embracing the chaos and realizing that having it all looks very different to each of us.
Lauren Wasser: Model & Activist
Lauren Wasser, Model, Activist and Toxic Shock Syndrome Survivor talks to Sara about what she learned through the harrowing experience of almost losing her life and ultimately both of her legs to complications from Toxic Shock Syndrome, pushing the boundaries of beauty and inclusivity in the fashion world and why women must demand greater transparency around feminine hygiene products for the sake of their health.
Mirtha Michelle: Poet, Author, Actress and Artist
Mirtha Michelle is a poet, author, actress and artist. In her newest book, “Eighteen Inches - The Distance Between the Heart and Mind”, she explores the challenge we all know of leaning too far into one or the other in our attempt to find the right balance, the catharsis of going through a break up and coming out the other side and why LA can be a hard place for dating even when you’re a love poet.
Randi Christiansen: Co-Founder of Nécessaire
Sara talks to Randi Christiansen, Co-Founder of Personal Care Nécessaire, about how growing up in Scandinavia taught her reverence for nature and motivated her to live a life with impact, creating clean products with regard for the environment as the biggest stakeholder and how even a self care maven like herself ends up in a hurried shower more often than the luxurious bath she aspires to.
Geri Hirsch: Creative Director of Saie Beauty
Sara sits down with Geri Hirsch, creative director of Saie Beauty and owner of Neighborhood coffee to discuss being at the forefront of social media influencing with her first platform LeafTV, how the near death of her husband shifted her priorities and tolerance for toxic relationships and behavior and building a family and a second act of her career at the same time.
Shelley Sanders: Founder of The Last Line
Sara talks with jewelry designer and founder of the The Last Line, Shelley Sanders, about transitioning from designing jewelry for brands like House of Harlow and Heidi Klum to building her direct to consumer business, learning to relish her victories as they come and why women should adorn themselves with jewelry rather than waiting on someone else to buy it for them.
Erin Fetherston: Designer
Sara talks to fashion and interior designer, Erin Fetherston, about her journey to starting her own fashion line, how her priorities shifted when she found out she was pregnant and how she has finally found a balance with her career and being a mother.
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Great opening episode with Jen Atkin. Can’t wait to hear more!