Girls Gotta Eat Podcast
The Girls Gotta Eat Podcast. Welcome to the Girls Gotta Eat Podcast. A hilarious podcast hosted by two women with a wicked sense of humor.
Yes, it’s a wedding episode, but with a lot of twists and turns! We are joined by Jamie Lee, comedian, actor, author of the book Weddiculous: An Unfiltered Guide to Being a Bride, and host of The Wedding Coach on Netflix, to talk about the ups and downs of getting married. We discuss how to set yourself up for success and also manage conflict with your partner during the planning process so it doesn’t tear you apart. And we’re getting real about pulling the plug on a wedding even when you feel like “the train has left the station.” Most importantly, we discuss bachelorette parties, and hooking up at weddings (ahem, what brides and grooms can do to help their single friends out). AND we’re recapping Ashley’s brother’s wedding and the action Rayna got while staying in the house with the family. Hope you enjoy!
Follow Jamie on Instagram @ReallyJamieLee and binge The Wedding Coach on Netflix.
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About the Hosts
Rayna Greenberg Writer, photographer, founder of @onehungryjew and cost of @girlsgottaeatpodcast. Contrary to how I may look & act, I have (some) hobbies that extend past eating & listening to myself talk.
They are bathtubs, massages, bourbon, Pittsburgh sports teams, and getting a lot of attention. If we’ve dated or are going to date in the future, you will be talked about on this podcast. You’ve been warned so.
Ashley Hesseltine Standup comedian, writer, and founder of @brosbeingbasic + @fashiondads_. Hobbies include group texting, wine “tasting”, taco-eating, dancing, hanging with her dog and petting every other dog she sees.
Turn-ons: a sense of humor, passion for ’90s hip-hop. Turn-offs: cheapness, angry drunks. I enjoy candlelit pizza dinners, long walks around the East Village, and GUYS WHO HAVE THEIR SHIT TOGETHER (sorry for yelling).