10 episodes

Everything is the Best is an expert guide to simply- not feeling so alone. Host Pia Baroncini, Creative Director of LPA asks her guests, “how did you go from 0 to yacht” in an attempt to get real, get vulnerable, and find those common denominators that connect us all. The goal of this show is to inspire YOU, the listener, by talking to guests of all backgrounds; which hopefully, evens the playing field and inspires you to go after your dreams and never look back! Recurring guests include Pia's husband, Davide Baroncini and her mother Margit, who will help answer all your weekly relationship questions - how cute it that?!
For more, follow Pia on Instagram at @piabaroncini

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Everything is the Best is an expert guide to simply- not feeling so alone. Host Pia Baroncini, Creative Director of LPA asks her guests, “how did you go from 0 to yacht” in an attempt to get real, get vulnerable, and find those common denominators that connect us all. The goal of this show is to inspire YOU, the listener, by talking to guests of all backgrounds; which hopefully, evens the playing field and inspires you to go after your dreams and never look back! Recurring guests include Pia's husband, Davide Baroncini and her mother Margit, who will help answer all your weekly relationship questions - how cute it that?!
For more, follow Pia on Instagram at @piabaroncini

    The ladies of Breaking Beauty and a very emotional Q&A with Davide

    The ladies of Breaking Beauty and a very emotional Q&A with Davide

    This week’s episode is with Jill Dunn and Carlene Higgins of the Breaking Beauty podcast. I’m sure most of you are familiar but it’s essentially just everything you ever needed to know in beauty from the two former editors. So, for all you die hard beauty enthusiasts, we have a chat about how you actually become a beauty editor and their absolute can’t live without products. Finally, because we missed last week, Davide and I are back with a very intense and embarrassingly emotional Q&A which you really don’t want to miss.
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE & WHAT YOU CAN DO NOW WITH DR. LEKKOS

    FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE & WHAT YOU CAN DO NOW WITH DR. LEKKOS

    Dr. Lekkos is a functional medicine doctor and the founder of Bios Functional Medicine in Santa Monica. He earned his doctorate in osteopathic medicine from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, has a master’s degree in metabolic and nutritional medicine from the University of South Florida Medical College, and is board-certified in anti-aging, regenerative, and functional medicine. Unlike most doctors, Lekkos looks at you as a whole person. I was told by multiple people this man solves the unsolvable and man were they right. In our first session we just talked for two hours, just like, about who I am – which I don’t know about you, have never happened to me in a doctor’s office. Rather than bandaging symptoms, he looks at you as whole person, and address true underlying causes. His goal is to make you feel better now, while preventing disease so you can literally live your best life.  He also offers really cool regenerative services using adult stem cells to activate the body's built-in mechanism of self-repair and restore function to once declining health - essentially, he’s a master bio-hacker. Listen, I understand a service like this comes with privilege, so until our healthcare system makes much needed changes, I did my best to you all answers you need, including what most people should be eating, the importance of sleep hygiene, what supplements most people should be taking, why we need to cut out chemicals and most importantly, how effects of mental health on your body. This conversation was important to me, so we decided to skip out on our relationship Q&A this week. Enjoy!
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    • 57 min
    From homelessness to the Forbes list with “alive ideas” with Suzy Batiz

    From homelessness to the Forbes list with “alive ideas” with Suzy Batiz

    We often hear inspirational stories, but Suzy Batiz, the founder and CEO of Poo~Pourri and Supernatural, really takes the damn cake. Although she recently tied the Forbes list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women with Reece Witherspoon, Suzy’s journey to success was a god damn battle. Suzy grew up in poverty, surviving childhood sexual and domestic abuse, two bankruptcies, three divorces and severe depression. She sold exercise equipment, opened a clothing store, a tanning salon, a beauty salon, sold lingerie, bought homes, sold homes and at certain points, became homeless. She was so focused on money solving her problems that she lost herself. Her “AH HA” moment came after reading Byron Katie’s Loving What Is, at which point she dropped everything and attended her 10-day seminar. Five years later, after filing for bankruptcy for a second time at 38, Suzy sold her first bottle of Poo~Pourri. I have been buzzing since we had this conversation and I am so lucky to share this story with you. Stick around and learn about my new favorite term, an “alive idea”, and stay tuned to the end of the episode to hear Davide and I answer your relationship questions.
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    • 1 hr 15 min
    Mental health during quarantine with Shira Myrow

    Mental health during quarantine with Shira Myrow

    Shira Myrow is a mindfulness-based psychotherapist (#93504) who is deeply committed to helping people process painful experiences and dysfunctional relationships into secure, resilient narratives.  We were introduced by my functional medicine doctor, who is incredibly focused on the mind-body connection. During these very difficult and uncertain times, I thought it would be in everyone’s best interest to get a lil free session. We discuss the importance of boundaries, routine, and compassion. Stay tuned to the end of the episode, where Davide and I answer your relationship questions to see if it's one of yours.
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    • 56 min
    Heather Mcmahan talks odd jobs, taking chances and loving her family.

    Heather Mcmahan talks odd jobs, taking chances and loving her family.

    For those who don’t know, Heather McMahan is an actress, podcast host and comedian, sparking all the joy for all her followers on Instagram. Heather started posting videos of some of her characters and impressions years ago, but when iInsta-stories came out and we got a glimpse of her everyday life, well it was a wrap, we all fell in love. In today’s podcast, it was important to me to really share her journey, so we talk about the odd jobs that paid her rent, including working at a sports bar and soul cycle, how Insta-stories help propel her career, and we bond over the shared loss of our fathers, and importance of family. Stay tuned to the end of the podcast, where Davide and I, one again, answer your relationship questions.
    Listen to Heather McMahan's pod, Absolutely Not!
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    • 56 min
    Legendary Chef Evan Funke and How Shaping Pasta Shaped His Life

    Legendary Chef Evan Funke and How Shaping Pasta Shaped His Life

    Evan Funke is a legend. He is a man fixated on perfection. A two time James Beard nominated chef with arguably one of the best Italian restaurants in the U.S., Felix Trattoria.  With over two decades of culinary experience, including working for Wolfgang puck and a quick stint as a teacher, Evan took a job he despised working under a chef from Bologna, who refused to teach him about his Italian cooking. So, he quit, bought a plane ticket, and moved to the Italian City for three months, learning from the iconic Maestra Alessandra how to make pasta. And so began the obsession – the shapes, the culture, the history….it came his life’s work. We talk about what it was like to opening his dream restaurant, and how hard it was to close it after realizing his partner was a con-man and how to rise from the darkness and get back up again. I am beyond honored to have him on the podcast – this story is one of resilience, dedication and faith. Don’t forget to stay tuned to the end of the podcast to hear Davide and I answer your relationship questions.
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    • 1 hr 13 min

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Charmens AF

I love Pia and listened to her first podcast. Her second is so good and charming and has everything I love about her and her way of connecting with people.
I really think people should give it a listen. There is so much reflection on what it means to just exist and I can’t wait for more.
She is like a big sister or a friend and you just wanna drink some wine and talk about everything with her and her husband.
Everything about this is the best!

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