Episode 2.18

 

Since we started the podcast and blog, we’ve always endeavoured to not only bring you content that will make you howl out loud or choke on your cuppa, but also content that will educate, inform and inspire. Wellbeing and health content has remained consistently popular with you guys, so we wanted to bring on a expert, and someone we have admired for afar for many years to talk all about it.

In definitely our favourite and most tearful interview to date, we talk Jayne Hardy, the CEO and Founder of The Blurt Foundation, Jayne uses her own experiences of depression to help others who suffer or care for someone with depression and it is nothing short of incredible. Hold on to your hats – this one is a goody.

We’ve got:

  • A celebration of our 4 year bestie-versary and a mini review of the Into The Woods afternoon tea at Sketch in Mayfair that we attended to celebrate.
  • Simon Button bring us the latest and greatest on this week’s General Election in the UK.
  • We interview the amazing Jayne Hardy, CEO and founder of The Blurt Foundation about the work they do to stamp out mental health stigma and start a conversations about wellbeing.
  • And finally, we got down with our Cards Against Humanity play of the day. We are horrible people.

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