We’re back with another podcast recap, and this week, we had the true pleasure of hosting none other than Felix Levine.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but over the last few weeks, every dating entity, influencer and their mother have been talking about this topic. And after doing some research, I can very much understand why. Today, we’re talking about
Two podcasts recaps in one week ! Lucky you. That’s because for the first time in FROME history, we played host to a power-packed collaboration with Kristen Doute and Luke Broderick on their podcast “Sex, Love, and What Else Matters” The result ? A big and beautiful fusion of these two worlds, that brought a unique twist to our typical conversations, ensuring listeners from both sides were in for a real treat.
In the latest episode of First Rounds On Me, we were privileged to dive into the world of luxury hospitality, lust and love with the one and only Graham Arnold, distinguished former General Manager of Soho House West Hollywood and all around amazing human. Graham’s rich background in luxury hospitality not only shaped his illustrious career, but also provided some very unique insights into the delicate dance of dating in a city as vibrant as Los Angeles.
The holiday season is upon us my friends. With its twinkling lights, merry amounts of liquor and promises of peace and joy, it’s a time that often brings families together for celebrations. Yet, beneath the veneer of festive cheer, many find themselves tiptoeing through the minefield of awkward family gatherings. Whether you’re part of a couple or flying solo, these gatherings can be a minefield of uncomfortable conversations, strained relationships, differing opinions, or unresolved tensions. Recently, one of our beloved FROME team members, Dani, shared a video on navigating family gatherings, especially those laden with pesky questions of singledom. That vid somewhat inspired today’s blog, so grab a glass of wine and buckle in as we explore this survival guide, offering advice on how couples and singles alike can handle potentially awkward family gatherings with grace during this holiday season…
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