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anything goes with emma chamberlain

emma prefers to share her thoughts with a microphone rather than a physical human being, so thank god she has a podcast. recorded from the comfort of her bed...and some other fun places, emma talks at length about whatever is on her mind every week. anything really does go on this podcast. sometimes philosophy, sometimes a random story from 10 years ago, sometimes advice, sometimes fun interviews, and sometimes nothing at all. you never know what you are going to get, but that’s what keeps it interesting. new episodes every thursday and sunday, video available only on spotify.

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cringe, a talk with emma
recently i've been thinking about cringe. i can look at something and be like, that's cringe. i can do something and be like, “emma, that was cringe.” but i rarely ask myself why. i don't think it's possible to completely avoid being cringe, but i feel like understanding what makes something cringe may be beneficial. and also investigating whether or not cringe is always bad. so today, i'm going to be investigating what makes something cringe, and when cringe is bad versus when cringe is maybe good Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
31:42 25.02.24
the dangers of stress, a talk with aditi nerurkar [video]
[video available on spotify] to be human today is to be stressed out, which is why i'm excited to be talking to dr. aditi nerurkar about stress. she's a harvard physician and lecturer, and a nationally recognized stress expert. she's also the author of the “the 5 resets: rewire your brain and body for less stress and more resilience.” dr. aditi is very aware of the way that modern technology meets our brains to create a high stress world. she speaks to me in a way that i can understand so that i can apply the things that she discusses into my life, which means i can slay harder because isn't that what it's all about? without further ado, let me present to you dr. aditi nerurkar. find dr. nerurkar's book on her website: https://www.draditi.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
64:59 22.02.24
uniform dressing, a talk with emma
this episode is going to come as a shock to many of you because many of you know me as a fashion lover. i recently became obsessed with the idea of dressing in a uniform. my default mode of getting dressed in the morning is putting something new on every day. i've flirted with the idea of a uniform before when i did my series on minimalism a few months back, but at the time it was something that i felt wasn't realistic for me. recently though, there's been a shift in my brain, and i'm taking this idea much more seriously. so let’s discuss the pros and cons of dressing in a uniform. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
46:26 18.02.24
botox, filler, and more, a talk with kristina kitsos [video]
[video available on spotify]  a couple of weeks ago, i made the decision that i was going to get laser hair removal, and i was referred to kristina kitsos. she's so incredibly knowledgeable about all of the popular treatments today, from botox, to filler, to anything you can imagine. kristina is a multi-specialty trained registered nurse with over 15 years of experience working in the field of minimally invasive aesthetic medicine. she's doing the botox and the filler. she's not doing the brazilian butt lift surgery - she's not a plastic surgeon. whether we like it or not, it's the beauty standard nowadays to have botox, to have filler, or to have a facelift. and i find myself constantly confused about where i stand on it. i think today's conversation is gonna help me come to a clearer conclusion and maybe you, too. so i'm very excited to introduce you to kristina kitsos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
64:48 15.02.24
the seduction of "hard to get," a talk with emma
i had an epiphany recently and it's been really fascinating because it's about a belief that i've had that i wasn't fully conscious of. the subconscious belief that i've carried almost my whole life is that people who are harder to get are better. people who are harder to get can provide more value in my life. this is a belief that if i had spoken it sooner, i would've demolished it sooner because i know in my conscious brain that it’s not true. but for some reason, i've always believed that. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
32:08 11.02.24
practical productivity, a talk with tim ferriss [video]
[video available on Spotify] This episode includes discussion of suicide. Please keep this in mind when deciding if, how and when you’ll listen. For resources on these topics, visit spotify.com/resources. i remember when i was little, i became obsessed with efficiency and with taking the least amount of steps to get everything done. that's why i'm excited to talk to tim ferriss. tim is a household name in the self-help world. why? because, wow, this guy is productive. he's an entrepreneur, investor, author, and lifestyle guru. he also has a podcast, the tim ferriss show. he's written five best-selling books, and created the saisei foundation, a non-profit that's focused on cutting-edge scientific research. he's the go-to guy for people looking for meaningful, practical, life-changing tips and hacks. let’s bring him in, tim ferriss. tim's foundation: https://saiseifoundation.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
65:53 08.02.24
scariest night of my life, a talk with emma
oh boy. do i have a story for you? yeah, i do. i have a story for you and i can almost promise you that i'm not gonna have another scary story to tell you for a few years because this doesn't happen to me very often. so don't get used to this. this is like a rare treat for all of us. so without further ado, let me walk you through something that happened to me a few days ago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
42:37 04.02.24
my fashion soulmate, a talk with jared ellner [video]
[video available on spotify] today, i'm going to be talking fashion with the only person i wanna talk about fashion with, jared ellner, my stylist and fashion soulmate. i've always been into fashion, and i truly believe that my relationship with jared has allowed me to explore fashion with less of someone who's telling me what to do, and rather a partner in crime. we are true collaborators. i can't wait for you to hang out with jared because, my god, i love hanging out with him. he’s my bestie. so enjoy jared and don't take it for granted because he's a rare fruit. emma's tiktok for garage magazine: https://www.tiktok.com/@garage_magazine/video/6805544530939579653?lang=en emma's streamy award outfit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqFCqg7DF7I Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
61:52 01.02.24
limiting beliefs, a talk with emma
a few weeks ago, i was talking to a loved one, and they were talking about how easy it is to make ambient music. i said i wish i knew how to make ambient music, but there's no way i would figure it out. and they were like, emma, it's so easy, you can learn how to do it. and i realized, i have a problem. i have all these poisonous thoughts floating around my head about why i can't teach myself how to make ambient music. and i realized that that was a limiting belief. i've explored the topic of limiting beliefs a little, but i’ve never really dug into it until now. so that’s what we’re going to be discussing today.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
34:06 28.01.24
the mother-daughter dynamic, a talk with my mom [video]
[video available on spotify] today i have a real treat for you. my mother. my mom and i have a very special relationship. in my older age, i would argue we have a special friendship. she’s definitely one of the girls and today we’re going to hangout. it’s a mother-daughter date and you get to listen in on it. we both love to overshare, so it’s going to be totally fun. so here is my mommy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
54:20 25.01.24
2024 out's, a talk with emma
you want to know what all the cool kids are talking about? what's going to be in in 2024 and what's going to be out in 2024. actually, it's what all the cool kids were talking about a few weeks ago. i'm a little late because i'm not on tiktok. so this week, i'm going to be discussing what i think is going to be out in 2024. let's get into it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
59:10 21.01.24
creative fulfillment, a talk with my dad [video]
[video available on spotify] today we're going to be talking to my very own father, michael chamberlain, also known as “chamberlain paintings” on instagram. it's long overdue for me to talk to my dad because i don't think i would have a podcast without him. he's an oil painter, a musician, and he creates youtube videos. he's one of the most creative people i know. you're gonna love him and want him to take over the podcast. so here is a conversation with my wonderful dad, michael chamberlain.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
68:41 18.01.24
2024 in's, a talk with emma
apparently, all the cool kids have been discussing what they think is going to be in this year, and what they think is going to be out. normally i find out about these conversations three months late through instagram reels, and in really dark times, youtube shorts. but not this time. emma finally gets to participate in the trendy conversation that's happening. so in this episode, i'm gonna share what i think is going to be in in 2024. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
50:12 14.01.24
parents aren't perfect, a talk with dr. aliza pressman [video]
[video available on spotify] today we're talking about something that many think is not sexy: parenting. this is something that's particularly interesting to me because i want to have kids eventually, so i'm thinking about how i should be preparing myself to be a parent one day. how can i start now? and that's why i'm so excited to be talking to dr. aliza pressman today. she’s a developmental psychologist and host of the podcast, “raising good humans.” her first book comes out in january of 2024, called the five principles of parenting: your essential guide to raising good humans. so i introduce to you, dr. pressman. find dr aliza pressman's book on her website: https://draliza.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
69:02 11.01.24
cultish, a talk with amanda montell (revisit) [video]
[video available on spotify] today i present to you, amanda montell: a writer, linguist, and fellow podcast host. amanda has written three books. one of them, the age of magical overthinking, is about to come out. today i want to zoom in on one of our many common interests. she wrote an entire book about cults, the language used in cults, and cult-like behavior, and i'm excited to discuss how we participate in cult-like behavior on a day-to-day basis without even realizing it. she's really investigated the line between what is a cult and what is just cult-like behavior. and this is something I am curious to explore because I think it's a little bit more relevant than we even realize. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
50:58 07.01.24
a clothing designer's mind, a talk with emily bode (revisit) [video]
[video available on spotify] today i'm going to be interviewing one of my favorite, if not my favorite designers. she is the founder of her brand bode. maybe by definition bode is a men's wear brand, but bode is very much more than that. bode is a luxury brand with this sort of casual, vintage, eclectic edge. her brand is truly the epitome of vintage-inspired clothing, like she fucking nails it. bode makes it feel like you plucked it out of a store in the fifties. the brand really is helping to preserve the magical, beautiful craftsmanship of the past that's kind of slowly dwindling out of our day-to-day life. and bode is really one of one. i present to you emily adams bode aujla. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
36:22 04.01.24
modern romance, a talk with lori gottlieb (revisit) [video]
[video available on spotify] today we're going to be talking to dr. lori gottlieb. she’s a psychotherapist, author of the new york times bestselling book “maybe you should talk to someone,” and co-host of the “dear therapists” podcast. she’s an expert on all things therapy, mental health, psychology, you name it. i wanna specifically talk to her about romantic relationships. there's a lot of challenges that come with dating in the age of technology, and i'm curious to talk to a psychotherapist about the challenges of dating in our modern world, while also just talking about relationships in general. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
73:34 31.12.23
what history can teach us, a talk with michael bess (revisit) [video]
[video available on spotify] today we're going to be talking to michael bess. michael bess is chancellor's professor of history at vanderbilt university, where he has been teaching for the past 34 years. he's the author of five books, and a specialist in 20th and 21st century europe with a particular interest in the interactions between social and cultural processes and technological change. today i want to discuss with him how technology has impacted our quality of life over the past few centuries. i also want to discuss the ways that we might romanticize the past. and last but not least, i want to discuss how the internet impacts our perception of our current times, and how that's possibly very damaging. just sit back, relax, and enjoy my conversation with the incredible michael bess. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
42:31 28.12.23
a talk with owen thiele (revisit) [video]
[video available on spotify] today we're going to be talking to one of my best friends, owen thiele. i am so excited to be interviewing a friend today because i just think it's gonna be a total hoot. owen and i have a lot in common: we're both only children, we have anxiety about the same things, we tend to like the same people… i absolutely adore him. owen is an incredible comedian and an incredible actor, and if you want to see owen in a movie, mark your calendar for july 14th and go see theater camp. okay, now we can welcome owen thiele to the stage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
66:48 24.12.23
a talk with mac demarco (revisit) [video]
[video available on Spotify] today i have a very special guest. someone who actually shifted my music taste in a big way. today we have mac demarco. when i was like 15 i found his music on vine, and i've been such a big fan ever since. i think what's so special about mac’s music is the way it always sounds like him. whether it's kind of funky, deep and sentimental, or just an instrumental, it always feels like him. his last album having almost 200 songs and being like nine hours long is so intriguing to me. he's going the complete opposite direction of the industry, and i must know more. so i present to you, mac demarco. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
41:26 21.12.23
the age of indulgence, a talk with dr. lembke (revisit) [video]
[video available on Spotify] today i'm doing my very first interview. we're getting into serious podcast territory. i'm bringing dr. lembke on the show today because i've been obsessed with the sneaky addictions of our modern day. you know, the addictions that our grandparents and parents are warning us about: social media, food delivery, porn, gaming… all of the addictions that we're sort of in denial of. she describes the time that we're living in now as the age of indulgence, and i've never heard this time be characterized better. it really is this age of indulgence where everything is at our fingertips, and at face value it seems incredible. but there are a lot of scary downsides. i'm going to be discussing all of this and more with dr. lembke. link to dr. lembke’s book, dopamine nation: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/624957/dopamine-nation-by-anna-lembke-md/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
65:45 17.12.23
2024 fashion trend predictions [video]
[video available on spotify] 2023 is almost over and in some ways thank god, and in some ways, oh no. i'm getting to the age where getting another year older is starting to become daunting. i don't want to think about how quickly time is moving, but i do still have the mental bandwidth to talk about fashion. so in honor of us approaching a new year, i thought i would predict some fashion trends for 2024. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
37:24 14.12.23
breakup advice (part 2: how to enjoy being single)
here we go, this is part two of breakup advice. this is about the equally challenging and arguably more complicated phase of the breakup. in some ways it's easier because you're through the thick of it. you've survived the first week or two after the breakup. but now you kind of have to get back to your life, and that's why it's complicated.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
51:32 10.12.23
breakup advice (part 1: feel the pain)
breakups are almost an inevitable part of life. but despite how fucking awful they are, they can also be really transformative in a positive way. i've gone through a handful of breakups throughout my life, and i've learned a lot. so i'm going to be doing multiple episodes of breakup advice. this is episode one, where i'm going to be talking about the period before the breakup, the breakup itself, and the week or two following the breakup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
39:18 07.12.23
hookup culture [video]
[video available on spotify] i spent the last few years peacefully unbothered by hookup culture. why? because it was none of my business. i was in a relationship and hookup culture is for the singles. but it's back on my mind because these days i'm back to being a lone wolf. and with that comes hookup culture being relevant in my life. i wanted to reexamine the concept with a fresh lens. so, you know what? i dabbled a little bit, and i wanna share what i found because i came out of it with some solid conclusions. so let's discuss the pros and cons of casual hookups. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
40:37 03.12.23
social media stalking [video]
[video available on spotify] listen. nobody wants to talk about this. i'm talking about it but i don't want to because it's mortifying. this is a behavior that we all participate in privately. maybe we discuss this with our closest friends, but there's something so deeply personal and private about this that i'm absolutely terrified to discuss it today. but, you know what? we're doing it… social media stalking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
38:31 30.11.23
my realistic "wellness" routine, explained [video]
[video available on spotify]  it's an online trend to post about wellness routines. well listen, i’m here to participate in the wellness content, because i’m about to lay out for you my wellness routine. and before you're like, "emma, no, stop. we don't care" - i know that. but i'm gonna tell you anyway. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
44:58 26.11.23
i refuse to be embarrassed [video]
we all get embarrassed. it's part of being a human being. embarrassing things happen to me all the time, and that can't be prevented. but i think the feeling of embarrassment can be prevented. i used to think that it was sort of out of my control. but today i'm gonna be sharing with you how i keep embarrassment to a minimum in my life.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
40:19 23.11.23
the art of being mysterious [video]
[video available on spotify] i feel like everyone falls into one of two categories. category number one, mysterious unknown category. number two, super open, super honest, super vulnerable. i personally fall into the second category. everyone knows so much about me. mysterious people are the opposite. they keep all of their information close to heart and they never find themselves in a place where they're like, oh my god, everyone knows so much about me. and i envy that. so today i wanted to sort of figure out whether or not i should try to be more mysterious. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
43:06 19.11.23
am i oversharing? [video]
[video available on spotify]  i've always been somebody who felt comfortable being incredibly vulnerable in real life and online. what does that say about me? after reading through the reasons why humans overshare, it seems like the line between oversharing and being vulnerable is very blurred. so today i wanted to dig into what the difference is between oversharing and being healthily vulnerable with others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
36:57 16.11.23

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