What The F*ck's Up Podcast podcast

What The F*ck's Up Podcast

Caitlin Kelley

Caitlin Kelley hosts an unapologetic comedic podcast in which she interviews a mix of friends and creative professionals to learn about a specific business, phenomenon, or person. Each guest will be challenged to face the same underlying question: how do we manage the anxiety of our 20s without having a quarter life crisis? With the help of her guest, Caitlin will delve into what the f*ck is going on and how to stay sane in the face of the most uncertain decade where success isn't always a through-line. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support

44 episodios

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    Eating & Living Well ft. Allison Ruben Magier

    1:14:22

    Today I am joined by registered dietitian (RD) and certified life coach Allison Ruben Magier. Alli and I grew up knowing each other from our similar all-girl school, NYC backgrounds. After attending University of Pennsylvania and working at L’Oreal, Alli decided to go back to school to study to be an RD and life coach. We discuss how she decided on this change of path and why she is passionate about helping people (especially women) navigate eating and wellness. We get into a range of topics, including but not limited to the “thin ideal,” eating disorders vs. disordered eating, “shedding for the wedding,” how anxiety and mental health affects eating patterns, perfectionism, and more. We end the episode having Alli bust some myths about eating and diet culture. Follow Alli’s journey on IG @eats.by.alli and reach out to her or me via DM for a consultation. Follow the podcast @wtfsuppod and my personal page @ckny1213 and remember to rate, review, and subscribe on Apple Podcasts and to share the episode with a friend! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    Pretty, Pretty Funny ft. Charlie Hall

    1:05:17

    Today I am joined by actor, comedian (in my opinion), and writer Charlie Hall. Charlie and I overlapped at Northwestern University, where he played for the D1 basketball team (Go Cats). Currently, Charlie is living in LA where he’s pursuing his acting and writing career. So far, he has made appearances in shows and films including “Dash & Lily”, “Veep” (alongside his mother), “Love, Victor”, “Sorry, Charlie” and Amy Poehler’s “Moxie.” Charlie and I discuss everything from his career path shift to the TikTok blowup that he allegedly is a bit embarrassed by. We also discuss our various random interactions with one another and his experience dating in and navigating through his 20s so far. This episode flows-- it is conversational and an easy listen. Follow Charlie @charlie_hall on Instagram, @charlie_hall23 on TikTok, and watch out for his upcoming projects. Follow me @ckny1213 and @wtfsuppod and remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    Rewiring Your Heart ft. Amy Chan

    58:09

    TW: suicidal thoughts In today's episode I am joined by professional "heart hacker" Amy Chan. Amy is the Founder of Renew Breakup Bootcamp, a retreat that takes a scientific and spiritual approach to healing the heart. She is also the author of the book "Breakup Bootcamp-- the Science of Rewiring Your Heart" and the Editor-in-Chief of Heart Hackers Club-- an online magazine that focuses on the psychology behind love, lust and desire. Amy and I discuss the science behind healing from a breakup and how her tips and research can be applied to help in all realms of life-- love, dating, friendships, your 20s, the list goes on! We start with discussing her major breakup and how what she thought was the end of her life started her down a whole new career path. We then get into some of the stages of breakup grieving and how to get through them. We end off with "quarter life qualms" and a game of "myth busters," where Amy busts some dating myths, sayings, etc. Follow Amy @missamychan and buy her book on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Breakup-Bootcamp-Science-Rewiring-Heart/dp/006291474X. Follow Caitlin @ckny1213 and @wtfsuppod and rate, review, subscribe, and share the episode with a friend!  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    We Met Forever ft. Lindsey Metselaar

    51:43

    In today’s episode, I am joined by return guest Lindsey Metselaar of We Met At Acme podcast. Lindsey is recently engaged to her now fiancé Steven, and of course when I heard the news, I knew I had to get her on. We start out by discussing the poll questions I asked on the podcast IG @wtfsuppod, and Lindsey guesses the majority vote then gives her take on the questions and what she would do. Examples include “did you have an idea of when your significant other would pop the question,” “would you want friends and family present,” “do you want a short or long engagement,” and more. Next, Lindsey tells her engagement story and how Steven surprised her by making her think she was planning the night, when in reality it was all a setup for a surprise engagement. We finish up by discussing her wedding planning, the trip she is currently on with her now fiancé, why she knew not to settle, and more. We also include some listener stories on how they knew they had met the one! Follow Lindsey @lindzmetz and @wemetatacme and listen to WMAA wherever you get your podcasts. Follow me @ckny1213 and the podcast @wtfsuppod and please rate, review, subscribe, and share the episode with a friend! Female listeners get your first La Trunk swimwear piece/set with code @wtfsup for 20% off your first order at https://www.latrunkswimwear.com.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    Dating & New York ft. Jonah Feingold

    1:02:17

    Today I am joined by writer/director Jonah Feingold. Jonah recently premiered his first feature film "Dating & New York," which is available to watch in theaters and to stream now. Jonah and I start off by discussing how he and former guest Ilana Dunn ended up co-hosting the dating podcast "Seeing Other People." Afterwards, Jonah breaks down his new feature film and we discuss how he was able to push past the "nos" from Hollywood and forge his own path by making a movie without permission, landing him an amazing cast and IFC stamp of approval. We also get into the intricacies of dating as Jonah explains why dating has become such a topic of interest and something that has inspired him creatively. We finish up with a game of "mansplaining," where Jonah mansplains things that men (typically the heterosexual ones) do in relationships that confound women. This is a really special episode as it tackles a lot of interesting themes and is my first this season that really incorporates a male POV on dating. Follow Jonah @jonahfeingold and @datingandnewyork. Watch Dating & New York in theaters, on Apple TV, Amazon, and more by searching the title. Follow Caitlin @ckny1213 and the podcast @wtfsuppod and remember to rate, review, subscribe, and tell a friend about the podcast and this episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    Going Mental ft. Eileen Kelly

    58:13

    TW: depression, suicidal thoughts, drug use Today I am joined by sexual educator and mental health advocate Eileen Kelly. Eileen and I discuss everything from how she started her iconic blog Killer and a Sweet Thang (KAAST) in her early teens, to how she launched her current podcast Going Mental with Eileen Kelly. Eileen opens up about how as her brand success grew, her mental health began to deteriorate in turn, causing her to check into the famous mental health hospital McLean. Together we discuss her time in McLean, the pros and cons of medication, the stigmatization of both sexual and mental health, and so much more. We finish off the episode with the segment “Quarter Life Qualms,” an examination of the 20s and her experiences as a 20-something, and a game of “7 Tea Questions,” 7 fun rapid-fire questions. Follow Eileen @eileen and @killerandasweetthang and listen to "Going Mental with Eileen Kelly" wherever you get your podcasts. Read her blog at https://killerandasweetthang.com/. Follow Caitlin @ckny1213 and the podcast @wtfsuppod and please rate, review, subscribe, and share the podcast with a friend.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    Sobriety & Society ft. Sarah Levy

    1:05:19

    Today I am joined by writer and author Sarah Levy. Sarah's work focuses on the intersection of sobriety, relationships, and identity and has appeared in The New York Times, The Cut, Cosmopolitan, Refinery29, The Washington Post, and more. Her debut novel Drinking Games will be out in early 2023. Sarah and I discuss why Sarah decided to get sober despite not having a clear cut drinking problem. She gets into her life before vs. after quitting drinking and how difficult it was for her initially to come out to her friends, family, and the people she was dating, but how when she eventually did it, it changed her life for the better. She is passionate about how her decision has bettered her energy levels, relationships, body image, and more-- as she says in the episode, “it’s like waking up in clean sheets every day.” We also get into how We Met at Acme podcast host Lindsey Metselaar introduced her to her now fiancé as well as her engagement story. Follow Sarah @sarahllevy and find her writing at https://www.sarahllevy.com/. Follow Caitlin @ckny1213 and the podcast @wtfsuppod and please remember to rate, review, and subscribe on Apple Podcasts and to tell a friend if you enjoyed the episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    What The F*ck's Up with Dating ft. Ilana Dunn

    1:08:49

    Today I am joined by “Seeing Other People” podcast host Ilana Dunn. We explore a range of topics together, starting with how Ilana’s time in the music industry and as Social Media Manager for Hinge prepared her for her current role as a dating podcaster. Next we get into Ilana’s dating life and how she realized that being open about her past dating experiences helped both her and the people taking in her content. Other themes we explore include how men and women approach dating differently; why it’s important to continue to make friends in your 20s and beyond; how society has glorified depression and negative self-talk; and so much more. This episode flows so naturally and is a fun look behind the curtains of the podcasting and dating worlds. Follow Ilana @ilana.dunn and her podcast Seeing Other People @seeingotherpeople. Follow Caitlin @ckny1213 and @wtfsuppod. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe to both podcasts on Apple Podcasts! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    Transitions ft. Corey Rae

    1:00:11

    Today I am joined by the wonderful activist, actress, consultant, model, producer, speaker, and writer Corey Rae. Corey tells her wild ride of a story, from transitioning from male to female at a very young age, to "going stealth" in college (AKA not disclosing her trans status), to living in LA as a vocal and proud woman and trans activist today. In particular, she touches on the experience of dating and details how dating as a female of trans experience can make an already complicated world even more complex. We then commiserate over the dating scene in LA, get into "Quarter Life Qualms," and play a rapid fire game of "7 Tea Questions." Follow Corey @imcoreyrae and check out her updated website at https://www.coreyrae.com/. Follow Caitlin @ckny1213 and the podcast @wtfsuppod and remember to rate, review, and subscribe and to share the episode with a friend. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support
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    Bold, Brave, and Bipolar ft. Alessandra Torresani

    52:51

    TW: mental health, suicidal ideations Today I am joined by the bubbly, brilliant, and brave actress and podcaster Alessandra Torresani. Alessandra is extremely vulnerable and opens up about a variety of experiences she’s had, including her longtime career in acting as well as her experiences living with bipolar disorder. We break down the meaning and intricacies of having bipolar disorder, as Caitlin is familiar with the condition, and discuss how mental health should be seen as existing on a spectrum instead of as black and white diagnoses. Alessandra details how she withheld her diagnosis for years due to the fear of being stigmatized, and opens up about how she finally “came out” with her diagnosis. We then get into the Britney Spears conservatorship battle and explain how, while we are both team Britney and want what’s best for her, we both feel that there is probably more to the situation than the general public understands. We finish up with Quarter Life Qualms and a quick game of 7 Tea Questions. This episode is at once fun, informative, and deep, and definitely is one you don’t want to miss. Follow Alessandra @alessandratorresani and @emotionalsupportpod. Listen to the EmotionAL Support podcast on Apple, Spotify, or through her website ​​https://www.emotionalsupportpod.com/. Follow Caitlin @ckny1213 and the podcast @wtfsuppod and please remember to rate, review, subscribe, and tell a friend. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support

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