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Pretend you’re a model with a middling career



Time for a gossip sesh with the Girls! Melania’s latest rebuffing of her dear husband had us thinking about contract relationships, and it felt like a good time to talk about the ins and outs of famous (alleged) lovers.

Have you checked out our website? You can check it out to see our latest posts. What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at hello@goodideagirls.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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Your gut always knows the right answer, with Jordan Syatt



This week, we could not possibly be MORE excited to be joined by the inimitable Jordan Syatt (who you have most likely heard us discuss numerous times on this podcast.) We get into all things health, body image, data monitoring, and online privacy in a conversation that we hated to end because, spoilers, we assume he’s our new best friend.

You can find Jordan on Instagram @syattfitness, and check out his website and programs on his site!

Have you checked out our website? You can check it out to see our latest posts. What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at hello@goodideagirls.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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Let me tell you- I wish lobotomies were back.



6-7 months into a global pandemic is a great time to revisit mental health, no? We’re talking about it today from multiple perspectives, including the experience of our own mental health as well as being a supportive partner when someone you love is going through depression or anxiety. As always, we love feedback, so if you have something to contribute to this conversation, drop us a line! And if you feel that you’re hitting a wall and desperately need connection, shoot us a message! Maybe our village can’t be together in person, but we can do our best to connect online.

Have you checked out our website? You can check it out to see our latest posts. What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at hello@goodideagirls.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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It Sounded Like A Good Idea At The Time

What have I learned about myself? Nothing good.



Guess who’s back?? (If you immediately thought of Eminem, we won’t blame you.)

It’s been a long break and we’ve missed you! What a crazy few months it’s been. Some of us are thriving, and some of us…well not so much. We’ll let you listen in to see which is which, if you haven’t already guessed.

We’ve got Zoloft and Diet Dr. Pepper a-plenty and we’re ready to hit the ground running with season 2. We hope you’re ready for more good-turned-bad ideas!

Have you checked out our website? You can check it out to see our latest posts. What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at hello@goodideagirls.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


I listen at 1.75, with Heather Garfield



We’re sitting down with our friend and chief medical correspondent of the pod Heather Garfield to talk about when relationships go awry, the signs that shouldn’t be ignored, and what friends and family on the outside looking in can do to help. You can hear more from Heather on Instagram @healthy.happy.heatherg.

We have a brand new website! You can check it out to see previous episodes and catch up with our latest posts. What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at hello@goodideagirls.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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If I’m striving for something, I’m doing it wrong



We’re breaking down the Super Bowl halftime show, the latest from the Harvey Weinstein trial, and of course Taylor Swift’s Netflix documentary. All before we get into the idea that reaching your goals means that you’ll achieve peak happiness in life. Surprisingly, football comes up quite a bit here too. Do you have a good balance with this?

You can check out our website to see previous episodes! What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at agoodideapod@gmail.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


It’s like we franchise



It’s always a good idea to read, and today is book club day! We kicked off our first book of the year with a YA novel, and some of us may have only realized that during the recording of this episode.

But before that: An unexpected tragedy shook the world this weekend when Kobe Bryant and his daughter, along with 7 other people, died in a helicopter crash. We get into this topic in the beginning, and talk a little bit about his legacy around the world and the complicated ways in which we view famous people, both during their life and after their death. We both send our deepest condolences to all of the people affected by this tragic event. It’s always a good idea to reach out to loved ones, friends. Tomorrow isn’t promised to any of us.

You can check out our website to see previous episodes! What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at agoodideapod@gmail.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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There’s too much to care about!



There’s so much going on in the world, and now more than ever we’re aware of all of it. Do you ever feel compassion fatigue? We do, and we need to talk about it.

Plus, the SAG awards, the Queen’s response to Harry and Meghan, and The NY Times Editorial Board’s presidential picks are up for discussion.

Stay tuned until the end to hear how Caroline learned the hard way that it’s a good idea to pre-screen tv shows for the kids.

You can check out our website to see previous episodes! What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at agoodideapod@gmail.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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Rerun: That’s really good advice on my part



We’re on a winter break, so we’re bringing you a few of our older faves while we spend some time getting ready for the new year! We hope you’re enjoying your holidays and that you’ll tune in for new episodes in January 2020!

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If you’ve been awake at any time in the last few years, then you know that burnout is a very real thing. But what does burnout specifically look like for women? We have some thoughts, and some of us may be realizing that it’s time to take further steps in getting a hold of our mental health. We hope you feel seen in this episode, and would love to know how you feel about burnout.

And of course, we’re hitting on some hot topics in the world of women!

Where can I find the article that started this conversation?
Check it out here!

You can check out our website to see previous episodes! What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at agoodideapod@gmail.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


Rerun: That Sounds Very Christopher Columbus



We’re on a winter break, so we’re bringing you a few of our older faves while we spend some time getting ready for the new year! We hope you’re enjoying your holidays and that you’ll tune in for new episodes in January 2020!
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If you’re anything like us, you scroll news reports reading only the headlines and spend copious amounts of time digesting the latest happenings of the entertainment world. And *maybe* you have the occasional conversation about how to raise moderately good human beings.

We’re talking today about how to raise inclusive kids, and we’re adding your advice to the convo! Some things we do and some things we need to start doing are all on the table, and we’re also touching on how we as adults can model behavior for these little people (both in good and bad ways.)

But first, the Emmy’s, do shows stand the test of time, and a little talk about poverty and homelessness to whet our appetites for a discussion about raising inclusive kids! Naturally.

Looking for links on some of the things we discussed today?

Raising an Inclusive Child from Bright Horizons

The Heart of a Boy and Strong is the New Pretty by Kate Parker. Grab these for your kids’ bookshelves asap!

All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold

$1000 a month, no strings attached from The Washington Post

Here Wee Read (Hannah’s fave bookstagrammer!)

You can check out our website to see previous episodes! What are your thoughts on this week’s episode? Let us know over on Instagram @agoodideapod, or you can shoot us an email at agoodideapod@gmail.com.

Our music is:
Werq Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/