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MILK Podcast: Getting In There with Moms I'd Like to Know

By Mallory Kasdan

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Description

I’m Mallory Kasdan: writer, voice actor and mom. I’m podcasting with with Moms I’d Like (to) Know. Like MILFs, but MILKs. My guests are sharp, groovy women, passionate about art, culture, career and homelife. We want to talk about NOT having it all. Not even close.

Customer Reviews

Fantastic Mom Salon

I'm finding this very inspiring. Mallory has terrific humor (of the self-depricating kind), is a modern mom in a modern marriage and is inviting artistic moms over to her space to talk about what they do -- how they do it -- where they fail, where they succeed. Mallory is a curator of interesting moms, and she has relaxed over-the-backyard fence conversations with them. Keeps it real, informative and inspiring. No judgement zone.

I'm loving it!!

Love this podcast!!! Particularly in these dark Trumpian days, I love listening to a podcast that celebrates strong women living their lives. The women (and Mallory herself), are interesting, funny, intelligent, lovely creatures. Their lives are chaotic and messy at times and it feels so good to listen to a show celebrating how they all keep it together while sometimes also having it fall apart. Very real and a great listen. I listen while I run which makes me feel like I'm running with friends while they tell me their intimate stories. Check it out...you won't be disappointed!

Grandmother

In my day women did not talk to each other about how they managed to work and basically do everything without any help at all from husbands who lived like guests in a hotel room. If we every saw someone who seemed to have everything together we felt inadequate and had no idea that they were often like the Wizard of Oz behind a screen peddling really fast. Thank you Mallory for broadcasting these stories of the real lives of women for all to hear.

MILK Podcast: Getting In There with Moms I'd Like to Know
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  • Free
  • Category: Comedy
  • Language: English

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