s01e06 Spark Joy - As if one book about tidying wasn’t enough

February 21, 2016
Lianne Kay and Andrew Chin discuss their 30-day challenges, review the book 'Spark Joy' by Marie Kondo. They also dive into some of their pop culture pleasures featuring Kiiara and Rihanna and current obsessions like the tv show Billions and Lianne's work wifey.

s01e05 You Are a Badass - Well, at least there is truth in the title

January 13, 2016
Lianne Kay and Andrew Chin discuss their 30-day challenges, review the book 'You Are A Badass' by Jen Sincero. They also dive into some of their pop culture pleasures featuring Niykee Heaton and current obsessions like Star Wars and James Corden.
 

s01e04 Eat That Frog! How French cuisine became a productivity book

November 22, 2015
Lianne Kay and Andrew Chin discuss their 30-day challenges, review the book 'Eat That Frog!' by Brian Tracy. They also dive into some of their belieber pop culture pleasures and current obsessions.
 

s01e03 Follow your passion and you won’t work another day in your life because nobody will f***ing hire you!

October 2, 2015
Lianne Kay and Andrew Chin discuss their 30-day challenges, review the book 'So good they can't ignore you' by Cal Newport. They also dive into some grande pop culture pleasures and outer space cake obsessions. Lianne raves about the joys of Brits and baking, Andrew talks space and Mars and Andy Weirs' beautiful journey into space bestseller/stardom.
 

s01e02 Not hating your life by waking up at an hour that will make you hate your life

August 24, 2015

Lianne Kay and Andrew Chin discuss their 30-day challenges, review the book 'The Miracle Morning' by Hal Elrod and dive into very important stuff like pop music, drag queens and their crazy current obsessions.

s01e01 (Pilot) Getting your shit together by throwing shit away

July 30, 2015

Episode 1: Getting your shit together by throwing shit away 

Andrew and Lianne discuss their first 30-day challenge, the lifestyle organising book by Marie Kondo, Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj. Things get deep (and then not so deep).