Grazia Life Advice
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Podcast Description: We get life advice from women worth listening to. Sharing the pivotal moments that made them who they are today, our special guests tell us the best advice they’ve ever been given… and the worst.
||CleanMaria Hatzistefanis||This week's guest is Maria Hatzistefanis, beauty entrepreneur and founder of Rodial. Building up her business from nothing, after being fired from a job in finance, 19 years later, her skincare companies, Rodial, Nip and Fab and Nip and Man are worldwide brands, backed by the likes of Kylie Jenner. Basically, if you've got your own business - or are considering taking the plunge - you could do a lot worse than turn to Maria for advice. She gives advice on everything from 'having it all' to taking risks - and if, after listening, you want more advice, she has a book out, called How To Be an Overnight Success.||13 8 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitLucy Siegle||This week's guest is is journalist, broadcaster and eco lifestyle expert Lucy Siegle. Lucy has recently published her new book, Turning the Tide on Plastic, described as an accessible and practical book that not only serves as a much-needed call to arms to end the plastic pandemic, but gives useful tools on how to make meaningful change in our everyday lives. It can be hard, wanting to make those environmental changes - whether that be in plastic or fashion - and knowing how to do it, so this podcast contains lots of great, practical advice from Lucy. But we also had a lot of laughs - starting with a discussion about her teenage hair...||6 8 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitJasmine Hemsley||This week's guest is Jasmine Hemsley. Wellness expert Jasmine first came to fame through her business with her sister Melissa, and the pair published books on healthy eating and even hosted their own TV show as Hemsley + Hemsley, which you may remember. In recent years, solo, Jasmine's interest in the Ayurvedic tradition has taken her into new arenas. Her recent book East by West is inspired by her travels in Sri Lanka and India and she also runs a sound bathing company, Sound Sebastien. Calming and thoughtful, Jasmine offered loads of practical advice on things that can help you navigate modern life - from meditation to tongue scraping...||30 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitThe Queer Eye guys||This week we have our first ever male guests, the cast of Queer Eye. Since they burst into our lives at the beginning of 2018 on Netflix, the guys have won fans and awards worldwide with their kindness and warmth, rebooting the noughties makeover show and helping people by each transforming a different aspect of their lives each. For this special episode, we recorded each guy - Tan, Karamo, Bobby, Antoni and Jonathan - separately, getting them to share the best and worst piece of advice they'd ever been given. Queer Eye is available on Netflix.||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGemma Cairney||This week's guest is broadcaster, author and columnist Gemma Cairney. Gemma's used to giving good advice - she's presented The Surgery Show on Radio 1 and in 2017 released her first book, 'Open, a toolkit for how magic and messed up life can be'. She came to the Grazia offices a few weeks ago to share the advice has been given over the years, sharing loads of ideas that can help build up what she brilliantly calls 'emotional armour'.||16 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMeg Mathews||This week's guest is Meg Mathews. The original Britpop queen, Meg first entered the nations' consciousness in the 90s as the wife of Oasis' Noel Gallagher - they later had a daughter, Anais, together. Part of the Primrose Hill set, including the likes of Kate Moss and Sadie Frost, we were used to seeing pap shots of her partying days. When we met Meg in her North London home recently though, it was a different story, now a menopause campaigner, her website, Meg's Menopause is now her passion, trying to bring better awareness to the topic which many women face silently. As well as talking about that, Meg gave us advice on everything from Addiction to feminism, via drinking enough water.||9 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEmma Barnett||This week's guest is the brilliant journalist and broadcaster Emma Barnett. From tech journalist to women's section editor, Emma is now better known as a broadcaster. A BBC Five Live presenter, her work regularly hits headlines - notably that Theresa May interview where she admitted to shedding a tear on election night and or the Woman's Hour interview where Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn messed up his sums. Desperate to chat to Emma, we spoke to Emma on her first day of maternity leave, before the birth of her child a few months back. She brilliantly gave us way more than six pieces of advice, which you can put into practice no matter who you're working with... even the Prime Minister.||2 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitAlice Liveing||This week Alice Liveng is our guest on Grazia Life Advice - the podcast where we ask our guests to tell us the six best pieces of advice they've ever been given... and the one worst. A personal trainer, bestselling author and fitness Instagrammer, she hit the scene as Clean Eating Alice and amassed thousands of followers, before being hit during the clean-eating backlash. But now, a qualified personal trainer and ditching the 'clean eating' moniker, she's still going strong and has even recently launched a workout collection with Primark. I loved meeting Alice, who - despite a cold - was a lovely ball of energy, brimming with positivity. She had a real range of advice for life and business embracing what she calls 'healthy selfishness' - and there's even some advice from her grandad in there. Next week's guest is journalist Emma Barnett. Please rate, comment and subscribe to us for more Grazia Life Advice - Life Advice from women worth listening to.||25 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNatalia Vodianova and Valerie Messika||Welcome to the fourth episode of Grazia Life Advice, the podcast where we ask our guests to share the six best pieces of advice they've ever been given... and the one worst. For the first time, we've got two guests joining us this week - supermodel Natalia Vodianova and Valerie Messika, CEO and Creative director of diamond house, Messika. For the last three years, Messika have been part of Natalia's Fabulous Fund Fair - an annual event during fashion week which raises loads of money for Natalia's charity, Naked Heart Foundation. However, during this time, the pair have developed a really lovely friendship, bonding over the charity, business and lots more, as you'll hear. We met the pair on the morning of most recent Fabulous Fund Fair in a West London hotel (so you may here a bit of hoovering and tea cups clinking), where they talking about everything from smiling to sexuality. It's a really interesting chat with two switched on, intelligent women at the top of their games and||18 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitTanya Burr||This week Tanya Burr is our guest on Grazia Life Advice - the podcast where we ask our guests to tell us the six best pieces of advice they've ever been given... and the one worst. This week's guest is Tanya Burr. Tanya is an influencer and actress and when we caught up with her she told us all about his career path. For years Tanya has been training, and she is currently starring in the play Confidence at Southwark Playhouse - a run that ends this week. Growing up with that first YouTube generation, Tanya is used to giving out advice and she didn't let us down - passing on advice about everything from list-making and visualization to which pub will let you bring your dog. Next week's guests are Natalia Vodianova and Valerie Messika Please rate, comment and subscribe to us for more Grazia Life Advice - Life Advice from women worth listening to.||11 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMaya Jama||This week Maya Jama is our guest on Grazia Life Advice - the podcast where we ask our guests to tell us the six best pieces of advice they've ever been given... and the one worst. Presenter, model and DJ, Maya is an absolute force to be reckoned with. We met Maya her at Radio 1, and she was speaking to us as part of an O2 campaign to get the nation to share their Unforgettable Gig stories, so she has some good, practical advice around that subject as well as lots of relatable, down-to-earth stuff too. Just listen up, because she talks VERY quickly. Next week's guest is the brilliant Tanya Burr. Please rate, comment and subscribe to us for more Grazia Life Advice - Life Advice from women worth listening to.||4 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDolly Alderton||This week Dolly Alderton is our guest on Grazia Life Advice - the podcast where we ask our guests to tell us the six best pieces of advice they've ever been given - and the one worst. Journalist, author and podcaster Dolly has had a phenomenal year so far, following the release of her memoir, Everything I Know About Love. You've probably also heard one of her podcasts - The High Low Show and Love Stories. We met Dolly in her London home and talked friends, love, life and career, as Dolly gave us what she described as the 'rose wine and box sets... basic b*tch of advice'. And we loved it all. Next week's guest is the brilliant Maya Jama. Please rate, comment and subscribe to us for more Grazia Life Advice - Life Advice from women worth listening to.||29 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanGrazia Life Advice||Introducing Grazia Life Advice, where Grazia invites special guests to share the pivotal moments of their lives and pass on the pieces of advice that helped make them who they are today. Launching May 29, we'll be bringing you all the best advice from great guests like Dolly Alderton, Maya Jama and Tanya Burr. Subscribe now to ensure you get the latest episode||18 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
The best advice from cool, inspirational women. Really interesting and actually useful. Thank you Grazia!
Such awesome advice from Dolly. Can’t wait for the episode next week.
Really Great Idea and First Episode
Would recommend to anyone