Good, but Gen-Z Goop-y
I like this podcast a lot. It’s intelligent and fun. There are a lot of great recommendations—I have started making PB&J sweet potatoes and never looked back. But I think the premise that it’s “anti-Goop” or “the middle income, everywoman’s guide to accessible wellness” is just not true. There are tons of brands mentioned, and none of them are cheap. The idea that Kate and Emma are somehow more in tune with the financial realities of the everyday person who just want to stay healthy is also not really true. It would be interesting to have an episode of this podcast that was more based in lower-middle class realities: like, how to be a wellness god on while on unemployment benefits, or if you have a $10 a month budget for activewear, or a minimum wage job. I feel like until this demographic gets representation in wellness podcasts, they will always be niche, never really relatable to most, and just a (super fun to listen to, addictive) podcast version of Goop for the next generation, with Gen-Z substitutions for all the Goop-recommended brands.
Amy¥% via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/29/21
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listening is like having a lil convo with the girlies!! as a fellow college senior i feel so validated in all the things we are all dealing with! love this pod big recommend!
Susaaaaaaa10101010 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/08/20
Looooouuuuuve it so much such a vibe and a half girls
Vibe-olini via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/09/20
i could listen to this for hours. it’s like hanging out with your best friend when you’re both on one. thanks for this !!
fi0nuh via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/07/20
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