Barely Functioning Podcast

The Girls Break Down Love is Blind

av Barely Functioning Podcast | Publicerades 3/3/2020

The girls get straight to it this week as they chat about the latest binge worthy craze on Netflix: Love is Blind. SPOILER ALERT: they will share all the spoilers, so if you haven’t watched yet. Call your boss tell her you won’t be in today and catch the heck up!! And then tune back in of course. The girls can’t even with this show, it is awkward and cringeworthy from beginning to end but they just can’t stop watching. They break down the premise of the show, each of the couples (through the good the bad and the ugly), and the weddings that may or may not result in marriage. The girls give their predictions as to where everyone is now and they are sure to mention their opinion of who the unsung hero of the whole season is, and the answer will absolutely surprise you. The show was a wild ride and so is this episode, the girls had to come together, chirp all about it, and share all of their thoughts. Follow us on Instagram @barelyfunctioningpodcast, with your hosts Amanda & Kristina @kristina__hammond. Want to get in on our newsletter?! Subscribe at and submit your barely functioning OR totally thriving moments to Thank you to our partner Wolfe Academy! Wolfe Academy offers courses and workshops for entrepreneurs to learn how to build and market their brands through social and digital media. Become a member today and receive $25 off a WOLFE ACADEMY membership when you use code WOLFIE25 at checkout. Sign up at

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Everyone’s confused about everything & nobody gets it right all of the time. Some days we’re barely functioning, some days we’re totally thriving and most days we are a bit of both. But let’s be honest, we all thought we’d have it figured out by now. Grab a coffee, pour a glass and hang with Kristina (@kristina__hammond) every Tuesday as she discusses life experiences, hilarious, relatable truths and has a candid conversation on navigating adulthood. It's the breath of fresh air you never knew you needed.