Episode 7: Dear Laura

The first Q&A episode! I asked for your questions over on Instagram stories and answered some of the most commonly asked ones with the help of my main man Ricky Reed. Includes my very earnest rant on why some people just need to be on medication for depression, so if you’re into that you can just skip to the 9 minute mark.

On instagram you can find me here and find Ricky here

 

14 Comments
  • Danielle Horvatin
    Posted at 19:37h, 13 October Reply

    don’t hate this. at all.

  • Buyka J
    Posted at 00:58h, 14 October Reply

    I love the Q&A. Please keep it.

  • Sarah Hebi
    Posted at 10:52h, 14 October Reply

    i liiiiike this! more when and if you want. much love xx

  • Alisabeth
    Posted at 20:33h, 14 October Reply

    Love this. Thank you Laura.

  • Patty Quinn
    Posted at 21:04h, 14 October Reply

    Hey Laura,
    Thank you so much for making these podcasts. I recently started taking depression/anxiety medication a few months ago and being able to hear you talk about your experience with it and having others talk about their mental health issues is extremely helpful. It really makes me feel more normal to hear that others go through the same thing (which means I’m not too crazy!!) You’re so right that this topic needs to be talked about it more. THANK YOU.

  • Gabriella Lorenzo
    Posted at 05:02h, 15 October Reply

    Thank you for sharing your perspective .and refreshing honesty…on many levels. So given all pod casts are for public consumption and provide forums..everyone is entitled to freely express (their own) opinions…..HOWEVER no one needs to preach purposefully hurtful or rude statements. In response to this. since it’s inevitable you can’t count on everyone to be a cheerleader-simply give No Fucks. Not a one. Live and Love life happily ever after.
    The end. Best response is not to react but to do what you do so well…with grace. xoxo

  • Nisha Takhar
    Posted at 23:30h, 15 October Reply

    I LOVED this episode so much. Thank you for being vulnerable and open and sharing. 10/10, would print page.

  • Melissa Schmid
    Posted at 21:42h, 16 October Reply

    This is great. Don’t hate this at all. Keep it up. 😊

  • Erin Re
    Posted at 15:24h, 25 October Reply

    Love these ones. Definitely printed.

  • Trisha Stewart
    Posted at 23:28h, 28 October Reply

    I love, love, love that you are doing this. We need this honesty and authenticity in the world. I know it’s not easy to be so vulnerable and I commend you, sister!!

  • Fabiana Oda
    Posted at 23:49h, 08 November Reply

    Hi!

    I love this podcast, your laugh, sense of humour and your talking thing that comes out of your mouth, please do more Q n A!!

    See ya!

  • Melissa Schmid
    Posted at 14:21h, 16 November Reply

    One more thing, it would be great to hear more about the science/chemicals behind anxiety. Hearing those types of facts always makes the thing seem much less daunting. 🙂 Thanks again Laura!

  • Jenna Thistle
    Posted at 14:21h, 16 November Reply

    You’re great, truly. I tune in every week and I’d continue to tune in even if you just talked about the colour paint on your walls lol keep it comin’! We’re here, we’re listening, we’re supporting whatever makes you laugh and feel good!

  • Lynn
    Posted at 21:18h, 12 April Reply

    Thank You for this and I’m sorry for all the struggles! I love all of your work! I wasn’t expecting to see this podcast, and I’m grateful that you shared your story. Your cookbook looks as though you have it all, and your life is perfection. I am thankful for you as you have saved my life in regards to food and my sons life. He’s allergic to wheat and all the recipes in other book take forever and are not that great! Thank you for loving produce and being honest about eating a Poptart in High School. lol….Anyways, I will be praying for the success of you and your family. Thank You. Not to be insensitive but I came to your page because I want you to print another cookbook. (please!!!!!!)

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