In this episode, Liz and Sarah share the (surprisingly strong!) listener reactions to the IgG food test that led to Sarah going gluten-free. Then they invite Happier’s Gretchen Rubin (also known as Liz’s big sister) to help them solve the age-old writer problem: How do I get myself to write? Gretchen breaks down her trademark Four Tendencies and explains how understanding your tendency can help you achieve your goals. Liz and Sarah debate the merits of plastic surgery and Liz reveals a secret that even her husband doesn’t know. They also share a life-saving Hollywood Hack — have an emergency kit! — and reveal their latest celebrity sightings.
In this episode, Liz and Sarah tackle pitching– for tv and beyond– and share some exciting news about their most recent pitch with Marcia Clark. They also answer listener questions about the Hollywood dress code and discuss why it’s important to feel powerful AND be comfortable. High-powered real estate agent Victoria Massengale shares her tips for pitching in any industry and Side Hustle School’s Chris Guillebeau gives us this week’s Hollywood Hack – get a side hustle!
In this episode, Liz and Sarah discuss the problem of feeling like they’re being pulled in a million different directions. How do they stay sane as they adjust to their new job? They also share listener opinions on whether or not Sarah should dye her hair, and Liz defends her love of the Kardashians. This week’s Hollywood Hack: watch the TV shows your boss watches. And an “existential” celebrity sighting!
In this episode, Liz and Sarah share their pre-new job rituals and discuss their role in the writers’ room of ABC’s upcoming “For The People.” They also talk with their favorite producer, Laurie Zaks, about her big break at SNL, being a working mom, and why you should never let anyone tell you what you can’t do. Plus, Sarah shares a Hollywood hack for busy parents.