Category Archives: podcast


The ABC’s of Bedding

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Sometimes, I feel like I’m 5-years-old, going on 38.  That’s why I’m starting a new series on the blog, The ABC’s of… I’ll ask experts about the basics of things that “should be” basic.

I’ll ask questions like I’m in kindergarten.

For the first installment, I recorded a short podcast episode with Ariel Kaye, the founder of Parachute Home.


Here are just some of the tips she gave me, which I found seriously enlightening:

  • Wash your sheets every 7-10 days; at a medium/warm/cool temperature. Don’t overstuff the machines and use a low temperature setting. Take them out while they’re still warm/damp, and smooth them out.
  • Have 2-3 sets per bed and rotate – replace them every year to year and a half; or just get new pillowcases to refresh your room.


We also discussed how to fold a fitted sheet, how to put on a duvet cover, and what Ariel likes to eat in bed.  Listen to the episode below or on iTunes/Stitcher, and check out Parachute Home for more info.


What’s New Pussycat

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It’s finally starting to change seasons in Los Angeles.  I’m rejoicing that my face feels dry enough to use one of these hydrating masks!


Leslie’s Vegan Nachos are not only going viral on the internet, but in the podcast world…


…we were both guests on The Open Sky Fitness show <— click to listen.


My cousin Amy gave me this jar opener and every time I use it I think, “I need to blog about this.”  Well, I’m finally blogging about this.  This tool totally works, and is totally necessary.

Speaking of blogs, I’ve really been enjoying reading Joan Chen’s site, which is where I discovered this Halo Top Creamery.  It’s a million times better than another “eat the whole pint” frozen treat.

DSCN6169…and in other cyber news, this is a must-read by my friend Amber.  For anyone, not only those in “the Biz.”
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Podcast 39 – Jeff Meacham

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My 39th guest on The Actor’s Diet Podcast is someone I’ve known for a long time – Christy’s husband, Jeff!  He currently has two recurring roles on TV – one on The Thundermans and one on Black-ish


…we also tackle the serious subject of eating disorders.  So grateful to Jeff for sharing his story.  Reach out/follow him on twitter, or check him out on The Open Sky Fitness Podcast, which he co-hosts.

Listen here, or download this episode on iTunes or Stitcher.