Kicking off summer and the busy July 4th holiday weekend, Laguna Beach native, fashion designer and New York Times Bestselling Author Lauren Conrad is ...
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I love this podcast because it has interesting creative information but she keeps it lite and fun. This is my go-to podcast for anytime I’m feeling the weight of work or life. Keep up the great work! Can’t wait to hear more!
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I’ve been a fan of LC since she was on The Hills and was delighted to listen to her podcast. I love following her career and I’m more interested in shopping at Kohl’s because they sell her line.
LC. I love this!! Keep them coming:)
Just loving these podcasts. They are light, informative, interesting, sweet and fun. It’s nice to shut off your brain from life and listen to some fun and interesting convos.
I want to love this podcast. But it’s just ok. I wish deeper topics were covered. All the episode have just been superficial/surface topics and I find I have a hard time finishing the episodes. The episode on dating was extremely hard to listen to. The guest was so unprofessional and didn’t sound like she was overly educated. I didn’t even find the dating tips useful. Sorry Lauren.
Its interesting and casual and fun to listen! Love it!
I agree with some of the other reviews that some of the episodes are very surface level, however I think (hope) she’s just getting into the groove of podcasting as the most recent episodes (Sophia Rossi and Home Edit) were much better and offered more actionable advice. I enjoy the conversational style.
I love Lauren and her work and how friendly she is! I do feel like each podcasts spends too much time on introduction and her interactions with the people she is interviewing. I have heard several podcasts where they talk about what has been done for her and we can’t see or relate to what is being said. Sticking more to the topic would be helpful.
I love LC but this podcast is boring and really not relatable for the average woman. I’d venture to say the majority of listeners can’t afford their own personal stylist, hairdresser, interior decorator, etc. I would love to hear more about motherhood and things that I can actually go “hey I totally feel the same”.
Best epi yet
I listen to your podcast in between baby wakes on those nights when I just can’t get back to sleep! This morning I loved loved your conversation with your friend Hannah. You’re both so humble about the solution you have created that is helping so many women in such an empowering and creative way. Truly inspiring in business and friendship 💕
Finally something on hair makeup 💄 and and the girl things I’ve wanted advice on I’m a podcast format. I love it 🥰
Chuck Norris roundhouse kicked all the American out of Johnny Depp.
Feels like it takes too long to get to the point. When on topic - rather than a chat between friends (which it really is!) - I found it good.
It seems a little pinteresty and not really relatable. Will keep listening but I may not be your target audience.
Was really hoping a more unique and inspirational topic might have been chosen for your debut podcast such as how you started your business or how you made it more ethically sustainable.
I’ve really enjoyed the first series of Asking For A Friend. Some really interesting and helpful interviews with a lovely easy going tone. Please make another series! x GB
Absolutely love this , I love LC , her voice is so relaxing . GB
Oh my goodness. This podcast is the best! Basically, Lauren & guest gives you answers/opinions to the questions you didn’t realise you wanted or needed to know! I look forward to this every Wednesday. Highly recommended! GB
Edward de Bono
It is better to have enough ideas for some of them to be wrong, than to be always right by having no ideas at all.
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