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emma prefers to share her thoughts with a microphone rather than a physical human being, so thank god she has a podcast. recorded from the comfort of her bed...and some other fun places, emma talks at length about whatever is on her mind every week. anything really does go on this podcast. sometimes philosophy, sometimes a random story from 10 years ago, sometimes advice, sometimes fun interviews, and sometimes nothing at all. you never know what you are going to get, but that’s what keeps it interesting. new episodes every thursday and sunday, video available only on spotify.

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[video available on spotify] this is a very full circle moment because today i'm bringing on the two people i spoke to when i went on my very first podcast, cody ko and kelsey kreppel. cody is the host of the podcast insanely chill, and kelsey hosts the podcast, circle time. they are truly some of my closest friends. cody and kelsey also happen to be married and they recently became parents for the first time. i’m excited to talk to them about parenting because i think a lot about having a child, and i have many questions. so let’s bring them in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
when you're young, birthdays are exciting because it means that you're unlocking new, adult activities. you're unlocking new mature responsibilities. this year, i turned 23 and realized that's over for me. depending on who you are, birthdays after a certain point can become even more exciting or even more daunting. personally, i'm pretty neutral. but i will say that it feels like societally we are afraid of aging. growing up, i saw endless anti-aging commercials - anti-aging facial moisturizers, anti-aging supplements, etc. we've grown up watching people cover up their aging, so i think it makes sense why societally some of us are afraid of it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
for the past 10 years, i've refused to throw myself a birthday party and this year was no different. i just turned 23 and i made the decision that once again i was not going to throw myself a birthday party. and it's kind of weird because i actually enjoy birthday parties. but my god, do i hate throwing one for myself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
welcome back to advice session, a series here on anything goes, where you send in your current dilemmas or anything that you want advice on. today, i'm going to be giving you unprofessional advice on what to do when you have a crush on someone.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
[video available on spotify] i love fashion but i wouldn't consider myself a fashion nerd. i'm not super educated on the history of fashion and so that’s why i'm excited to speak to richard thompson ford. he’s a stanford law professor and fashion history expert. richard’s also the author of several books, including “dress codes: how the laws of fashion made history.” he’s dug deep into fashion as a system of power, how the written and unwritten rules of fashion have evolved and influenced what we wear today. so let’s welcome richard thompson ford. you can find the book "dress codes: how the laws of fashion made history" by richard thompson ford here: https://open.spotify.com/show/4S424uBZacD2i6FmZgZPXR?si=8a20042d00194706 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
met gala 2024, storytime

met gala 2024, storytime

2024-05-1230:094

i just got back from new york last night. i was there for my fourth met gala and it was a phenomenal experience. however, as with all things, there's a chaotic side to the met gala, and that's what i want to talk about today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
[video available on spotify] so let me set the scene for you, it’s two days until the met gala. i’m sitting in my new york city hotel room with my stylist and best friend jared ellner. today, we’re going to talk about my met gala look, and what the gala experience is like for us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
welcome back to a series that i have here on anything goes called advice session where you send in your current dilemmas or anything that you want advice on, and i give my unprofessional advice. in honor of the met gala this week, i've decided to curate a special list of your current dilemmas that somehow relate to things i’ve learned from attending red carpet events. so let's waste no time and get right into it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
[video available on spotify] in honour of my favorite fashion event of the year, the met gala, i've come to the vogue office in new york city to speak to sergio kletnoy. he’s the global entertainment director at vogue magazine where he oversees celebrity bookings. i'm excited to talk to Sergio today because i feel like we all have our assumptions about the fashion world: what it means to be in the fashion world and what it means to work in it. we're gonna be discussing what it's like to work behind the scenes in fashion as well as details around the met gala, because obviously it's the biggest fashion event of the year. so i present to you, sergio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
welcome back to a series i have here on anything goes called trendy or timeless, where i take current fashion trends that are happening in the zeitgeist and i figure out whether they're a trend, something that will be cringey to us in six months, or if these trends are actually timeless. let's waste absolutely no time and get right into it.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
when i deleted tiktok two or three years ago, i truly believed in my core that i would never in a million years redownload the app. and now here i am, redownloading the app. i feel a little bit hypocritical because i made such a stink about deleting it and damning it as being evil. i also feel a bit embarrassed about going back on my word. but i am. i'm going back on tiktok. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
welcome back to my advice session, where i give you advice about various dilemmas that you’ve sent me on instagram. today i’ve gathered various dilemmas that you’re all experiencing in regards to whether or not you should leave your partner. i empathize with this because it's one of the hardest decisions to make in life, whether or not you should leave someone. so without further ado, let's get into it. if you’re struggling with something right now and want my advice, send me a dm on the anything goes instagram page https://www.instagram.com/anythinggoes/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
i came to the conclusion the other day that i need to allow myself to be bored more often. this is not a new conversation for us here on anything goes. i have talked about this before, but i've come to the conclusion again recently that i'm not bored enough. and i know that being bored is important because, through life experience, i've noticed that times of boredom have led me to do incredible things. so today i want to get into why i think boredom is important. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
the stanley cup has been a hot topic of conversation now for probably a few months. this cup has taken over the world, probably not the world, but at least america. but the stanley cup is not all sunshine and rainbows. as with all things that go mainstream, people now hate this cup, and what's been said about the stanley cup is that it's cheugy. cheugy is a slang term that describes someone or something as uncool, outdated, or lacking in style and originality. it can also mean someone who is out of touch with current trends or trying too hard to be trendy. and so today, i want to talk about all the things i love that are cheugy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
i think it's beneficial to check in every once in a while to figure out the ways that you’re toxic. you can't get through life without being a little bit toxic. now don't feel attacked because we're all a little toxic. if you choose to turn a blind eye to the ways that you're toxic and to the ways that other people are toxic, how are you able to improve and grow? i've decided to make a list of all the ways that i'm currently toxic, and today i'm going to be sharing them with you.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
if you're a long-time listener of anything goes, you might remember a little series i used to do called advice session, where i would ask you to submit current challenges and struggles that you're dealing with, and i would take a few of them and give my advice. i think the reason why i stopped doing this series was because i had imposter syndrome about whether or not i had the credentials to give advice. however, i enjoy giving advice and so we're bringing it back. i have the best intentions and i want you to win in life! but still, take everything i say with a grain of salt.  if you’re struggling with something right now and want my advice, send me a dm on the anything goes instagram page https://www.instagram.com/anythinggoes/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
[video available on spotify] i would not consider myself to be a friendship expert, and so that's why i'm very excited to talk to danielle bayard jackson. she’s a friendship coach who speaks nationally on the subject of female friendships. through her work, danielle teaches women how to make and maintain better friendships through research-based methodology. friendship is a huge piece of our foundation in life and digging in and analyzing it never hurt anyone.  you can buy danielle's book here: https://www.daniellebayardjackson.com you can hear danielle's podcast on spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7grL1odIL4KlE5wMWolr9a?si=856d6791c0f44923 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
you know what i love? a metaphor. and my favorite metaphor this week is the lens that we view life through. i'm referring to our perspective, attitude, or general point of view towards life. it's something i'm really working on right now - making sure that i'm looking at life through the best lens possible. so today i'm sharing two major examples of lens shifts that have happened in my life recently, and 3 things i do to keep my lenses in check. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
[video available on spotify] i've dabbled in the world of psychedelics a little bit. i've taken mushrooms a few times, but i really don't know a lot about psychedelics. however, it's becoming an increasingly more relevant topic as it's been revealed that they can help with mental health issues and have therapeutic qualities. robin carhart-harris is a pioneer and leading researcher in neuroscience and psychopharmacology, best known for his groundbreaking work on how psychedelics affect the brain and how they can be used to treat mental health issues. in 2019, he founded the world's first center for psychedelic research at imperial college london. basically, he’s all about using psychedelics to help human suffering to improve the quality of people's lives. so today, we're going to learn a new definition of psychedelics with robin carhart-harris. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
i love oversharing... sorry! which is why it's shocking that i have not made an episode completely about my vagina yet. well have no fear, because the day has come. i am going to be dedicating this entire episode to my vagina. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Maede Shahbzi

Loved it

May 30th
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fernandovka

The beginning of the episode actually made me delete the app lol

Apr 25th
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Arezoo Aqajani

all I can say is that the podcast is a masterpiece.

Apr 11th
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Marzi hsh

That was awful, i just listened this episode in 2am and i can’t sleep anymore, hope you’re doing better.

Mar 19th
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Fatemeh mousavi

I can't open it Can you help please?

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Farnaz Farjami

In your culture, is it so natural to burp?

Dec 11th
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Gekyume

It's feeling like listennin to ads only.

Dec 4th
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Zahra at

I can not be more agree with u emma. well explained. thanks❤🙏

Dec 3rd
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سحر اسدبک

what a familiar story..you start a job ,major,or even a thing and then after a while you realize you dont like it,and every day you struggle with doing that thing...and only a few of people can quite what they're doing..

Nov 29th
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Zahra

Did you know how much your podcasts affect on my English language ? you are 👌🏻

Nov 21st
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Laleh Abbasi

سلام بچه ها من نمی تونم ویدیو ها رو ببینم شما هم این مشکل رو دارین؟

Nov 20th
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Gekyume

Hello Emma hope you have a great journey ahead. I just started to listen to your podcasts and this episode was my first. So i wanna to tell you i'm really proud of you for telling about your quitting nicotine journey and also having the courage to talk about it. I'm also having addiction and i say you, i really had about a hundred time i had relapse but you know i'm still struggling to get rid of it. The best way out is always through, as Robert Frost say. I also suggest you to read the book Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing, Matthew Perry. Wish you that day. ❤️🌹

Nov 16th
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حسین هدایتی

🤌✨️

Nov 12th
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Marzi hsh

The hole in the concept of karma without reincarnation is compensated when you think the world as a unite and whole thing, and everybody and everything in it , is essentially from one consciousness, then whatever you do ( good or bad) you’re doing it to yourself.

Oct 25th
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Fatemeh Dehqan

Thank you Emma. Your podcasts are like a cozy place for me :) I'm listening to you from Iran 🇮🇷

Oct 21st
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Navas Nava

i love you

Oct 10th
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