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This is Life Unfiltered by Alexa Curtis

This is Life Unfiltered is a weekly podcast by blogger @alexa_curtis, on all things social media, mental health, & more! Alexa Curtis founded A Life in the Fashion Lane in 2011, and has since made her site into a full-time lifestyle website for young adults. She also runs the nonprofit Media Impact and Navigation for Teens, a panel discussion in schools on social media and mental health. Read more about Alexa on http://www.alifeinthefashionlane.com/ and follow her on social media at @alexa_curtis.

 

Jul 10, 2019

Have you heard of SB Projects? Allison Kaye is a force in the entertainment industry, helping make talent like Ariana Grande AND Justin Bieber's careers. Along with CEO of SB Projects Scooter Braun, Allison finds talent and makes them into worldwide phenomenons. In this interview with Allison, we dive into the reality...


Jul 3, 2019

Laura Bradley is the definition of a girl who won't take no for an answer. As an established and working Los Angeles actress, she's appeared in shows like Big Little Lies, and has sold a show based on herself to Amazon. Laura and I sat down to talk about how to make it as an actress, what really happens in castings...


Jun 26, 2019

It doesn’t matter what age or gender you are, or what profession you’re in, anyone experiencing some form of success can feel like they’re an impostor on some level. In fact, an estimated 70% of all people feel have suffered from impostor syndrome at least once in their lives. Have you? @alexa_curtis is tackling...


Jun 19, 2019

Comforté founders Lina & Nadine Kennedy (the founder behind Alexandria Professional, the start of sugaring waxing) join me to talk about their latest venture, Comforté. This mother/daughter duo is a force of nature, newly focused on a unique remedy to help girls with their period cramps. 


Jun 12, 2019

I'm intrigued by the concept of the work/life balance. Can you really do it all? In the media we always see stories of working mothers and fathers who talk about how they balance picking up their kids, going to work, making dinner, etc., but can they really do it all? I'm not a parent, but I certainly struggle with...