Today’s podcast episodeI'm answering your questions from social media. We talk about what to do when it feels like “everyone” is getting married, defining fun, and even how to know when to drop your sorority.

Bryan also scares the be-gee-bees out of me while I was recording and walks into the studio 🤣. But I left the record button rolling because the next question was “how to choose the future father your children need.”

Basically, I'm not holding back as we cover several passion points in today's episode. 


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