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Crunchy Cocktail Hour with Alison Thompson & Larisa Weihbrecht

By Life, Listened

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Description

Do you want to use cleaner, greener products or serve healthier food to your kids but everyday life gets in the way? Girl, same! We are Alison and Larisa, two full-time working moms trying to ensure we surround ourselves and our kids with the best products on the market while navigating the flood of information on what is and isn’t healthy. Oh, and we like cocktails.

Customer Reviews

Realistic advice you can actually use!

Love the topics and the tips. While I may not be able to take every recommendation I always come away learning something, making some changes and being more informed. Keep up the great work ladies!! 🥂

Great topics and insightful conversation!

This podcast is the perfect blend of information and conversation! I always feel refreshed, inspired, and curious after the podcast. Larisa and Alison provide simple and straightforward things you can do to improve your mental and physical health!

More judgy than crunchy

I heard about this podcast from another, and was SUPER excited to listen. I don’t consider myself a crunchy mom, but I wouldn’t call either of them crunchy either. The name itself is misleading. Besides the title, I felt episode 2 in particular to be incredibly judgy, making it very difficult for me to continue listening. I felt like I was listening to high school girls, gossiping about what they think is weird or not. I understand people grow and learn, but it’s hard to follow people who only halfway know what they’re talking about. I gave two stars for their upbeat personalities and for a couple comments that made me laugh.

I hope this is taken with a grain of salt. Just not for me.

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