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Try Living with Lucie
Lucie Fink tries different experiments for 5 days and records her adventures for fans to see
At Refinery29, she created and hosts the hit YouTube series "Try Living with Lucie" (TLWL) where she takes on social experiments 5 days at a time, documenting her experience vlog style. The series won 2 bronze Telly Awards in 2017 (Best Lifestyle Content & Best Webseries) and was nominated for a Webby Award in 2018 (Best Personality / Host). In addition to TLWL, Lucie has created a plethora of other video formats for Refinery29 that she hosts and produces: "Lucie for Hire" (where she tries out other people's jobs for a day), original pieces for Snapchat Discover, Facebook Live and more. Her content has been syndicated across various platforms including Comcast, Delta's In-Flight Entertainment, & Gloss TV.
The Try Guys
4 goofballs try new things and it's hilarious
These guys got their start producing for BUZZFEED and took their own route. The videos are relevant and down to earth.
They do some drag, they try to eat the entire menu of both Taco Bell and Mcdonalds (which totally gave me the appetite to eat there again, eek), taking care of babies, testing out drunk driving, and more. If you are anything like me, you will fall in love with these guys.
"Recruiter | Candidate Therapist | Demystifying The Recruiting Process One Joke At A Time"
I am not sure how Adam and I first connected but can tell you that it has been one heck of a ride. He writes the most epic comments about his industry both on LinkedIn and on Twitter. It's hysterical and honest. He says the things that recruiters wish to share with candidates and shares with recruiters what drives candidates crazy about his industry. He crafts it like a standup comic. It's wild.
The craziest part is that he liked one of my LinkedIn posts and it blew up! We then proceeded to get to know each other better and I can tell you he only gets cooler!
"Guy Raz dives into the stories behind some of the world's best known companies. How I Built This weaves a narrative journey about innovators, entrepreneurs and idealists—and the movements they built."
I often call this entrepreneurship porn. It's like you were with these people while they built this company. As someone who is building a business, hearing their challenges as they lived them feels so relatable. It makes me feel less alone in the grind.
"Nicole Byer is single and has been for decades. She’s smart, funny, has a fat ass and loves giving blow jobs. So the question is why is she perpetually single? This podcast is a quest to find that answer."
I found her after falling in love with the show she hosts on Netflix called "Nailed It." It's what I describe as a comedy show disguised as an amateur baking show.
I love that her podcast is as real as they come. She talks about things most don't and she really gets personal into her dating life too. I love how open and honest she is while also being hilarious AF.
Full disclosure, I used to watch his unboxing series on Facebook and I would find myself eye-rolling at him because of the way he presented himself until that stopped. One day he owned up to the thing that would annoy me about him. He admitted on his show that he was a bit elitist. That level of humility compelled me to write a comment that nearly 200 people liked.
This podcast goes inside of a prison to hear some of the real stories that go on behind the prison walls.
Why did I start listening? I have, what would surprise most people, and interest in prison reform. Back in my sophomore year of college, I got a chance to be in a program called "Inside-Out Prison Exchange" where a group of university students and a group of prison students would get together every week to learn about the BS of the prison system. I connected with people who I never thought I would despite the walls society put up between us.
This podcast gave me a chance to connect back to some of the best memories I ever had in life. It's produced with people both on the inside and the outside of the system.