Are you ready for 35 minutes of fit loveliness that’ll help you to amp up your motivation, love your body right now and put a smile on your face? Because that’s exactly what we’ve got in episode 18 of our podcast with Cassey Ho of Blogilates.
How do you kick off a New Year with a bang that’s better than a bottle of bubbly being uncorked? You talk to THE Jillian Michaels, that’s how! And, seriously, we totally and absolutely geeked out at talking to Jillian.
The 1957 Children’s Classic Vs. The 1966 TV special & the 2000 Ron Howard-Directed Film
The Margos get into the holiday spirit talking about the all-time holiday favorite “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” by Dr. Seuss. In this episode we explore the differences between 1957 children’s classic book and the two filmed properties of it (the 1966 TV classic and the 2000 rowdy Jim Carey version.
Topics we cover here:
The back story of Theodore Seuss Geisel and his less than cheery view of children
Figuring out who John Ford, Tom Ford and Glenn Ford really are
His San Diego roots
Dr. Seuss’s left-leaning politics
The thinking behind the story of the Grinch
The voice actors in the TV special
How Jim Carey won the part
The 8-hour grueling makeup sessions
The insane art direction in the movie (The Margos are NOT fans)
The newest ep of the Fit Bottomed Girls podcast is ready to download/stream now!
Bev “Bev Cooks” Weidner is the creator of a popularblogthat covers everything from DIY to recipes to “wine talk” and a few rockin’ playlists to make your life so much more colorful and fun. The Arkansas native is now living quite the amazing life in Kansas City with her husband and two kids and we were lucky to get a chance to chat with her for today’s show.
You know who’s hilarious? Bev “Bev Cooks” Weidner. And if her comedic ramblings on her blog and Instagram weren’t enough to prove it, check her out on Snapchat (p.s. You’re welcome.). We’ve been stalking, er, we mean, following this food-loving music-playing, wine-drinking mom of twins for years now and we are so psyched that we got to interview her for this episode of our podcast!
Here’s a scary fact: a girl goes on her first diet at the average age of 8 years old. Yes, . We all know what disliking your body can do to your self confidence and sense of self-worth – but what happens when it starts at such a young age for most young girls and is so ingrained in their development?