Making Friends As An Adult is Hard And Sex And The City Might Be To Blame

New York Times Best-Selling Author, Rachel Bertsche, joins us to discuss why it's so hard to make friends as an adult. We talk about her book, MWF Seeks BFF, and how friendships change as we navigate adulthood. Also, what are the "rules" when it comes to friend break-ups? Do we have to talk it out or can we friend ghost? Lastly, did our favorite show, Sex and the City give us unrealistic expectations of Sunday brunches? 

You can find Rachel at or on Twitter @RBerch

Comedian Jared Freid on Why We Make Dating So Complicated, The Dating Frustrations Men and Women Share, and How Guys Are REALLY Using Dating Apps

Comedian Jared Freid, of the "U Up?" and "J Train" podcasts joins us to get honest about how guys are really using dating apps. If you're wondering what you can do to get a second date, why you'll match with someone and never hear from them, or if guys are actually reading your bio, this is the episode for you.  

Check out Jared at the Comedy Zone in Charlotte on 8/15: TICKETS

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How to Hate Mondays Less, Make Time For Your Side Hustle, and Figure Out What You Want to Be When You Grow Up

We're joined by career and business coach Jenny Blake, who's the owner of the new book "Pivot: The Only Move That Matters Is Your Next One." No matter how old you are or what you want to do with your career, Jenny has killer advice for beating the Sunday scaries and figuring out how to build yourself a dream job.

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Jessica Knoll Chats With Us About Why Women Need To Stop Apologizing and Why There Is Nothing Wrong With Loving The Real Housewives

New York Times Best-Selling Author Jessica Knoll chats with us about her brand new book "The Favorite Sister" and her best-seller "The Luckiest Girl Alive." We discuss her writing process and how much of her stories are based on real-life experiences.

We also chat about why women need to stop apologizing for wanting to be rich and why it's ok to love "The Real Housewives"!


NYT: I Want To Be Rich and I'm Not Sorry

BOOKS: The Luckiest Girl Alive & The Favorite Sister


Confessions From Ex Professionals Matchmaker: Hannah Orenstein

We talk to a real-life matchmaker, dating editor at Elite Daily and author of Playing With Matches: Hannah Orenstein. We discuss if hiring a matchmaker is really worth it, the REAL matchmaking rules, and the perfect first date that is NOT just drinking. We also discuss her thoughts on the perfect opening line on a dating app and why dating doesn't have to be "the worst" in 2018.

She also gives us all the details of her brand new book Playing With Matches, out Tuesday, June 26! We had the opportunity to read an advanced copy and it's the perfect beach read!

BUY HER BOOK: Playing With Matches

Camille Kostek On Becoming Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Rookie of the Year and Dating in the Public Eye

We chatted with our Instagram girl-crush Camille Kostek on becoming Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Rookie of the Year! She also gives us all her secret tips on how to look perfect when you're having a blah day, her favorite face mask, and why she drinks a ton of water.

We also chat about her gorgeous jewelry line inspired by her travels. Yes, we ask her about her boyfriend, New England Patriots player Rob "Gronk" Gronkowsk! We discuss what it's like to date in the public eye, her perfect date night, and why she can't stand being called his "gal pal."