The last Thursday of each month is #ThirstyThursday. We'll bring you Another Round, a bonus episode where we chat about anything and everything. Friendships, relationships, career, and more. Send us topic suggestions via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via Instagram/Twitter, @margaritatalk. Cheers!
Founder of Drybar, Alli Webb, talks to us about turning her one-woman mobile blowout business into Drybar, the essential blowout bar with over 100 locations. We talk about making the leap, naysayers, hiring, branding, and working with your family. Alli also gives us all the details on how to prolong the life of your blowout and exactly which product will extend the life of your blowout. We also really obsess over satin pillowcases.
You can find out more about Drybar https://www.thedrybar.com and follow Alli Webb on Instagram @alliwebb
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Founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and best-selling author Randi Zuckerberg joins us to chat about her new book 'Pick Three: You Can Have it All, Just Not Every Day.'
We talk about why we're all so obsessed with this notion of balance, how you can fight off feelings of guilt when you're in a "lop-sided" stage of life (ex: when you're starting a new business, getting married, or training for a marathon) and how to tell where your priorities should lie.
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 https://www.rachelbertsche.com or on Twitter @RBerch
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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.
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