Gals on the Go is a lifestyle podcast hosted by influencers and YouTubers Danielle Carolan and Brooke Miccio. Starting in 2018, this weekly podcast highlights conversations about friendship, navigating your 20’s + early adulthood, social media trends, relationships, family and so much more. Gals on the Go focuses on having real, raw, and honest conversations in an effort to “pull back the curtain” on what may look like perfect and glamorous lives on social media. STAY TUNED FOR NEW EPISODES EVERY WEDNESDAY! more
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Brooke and Danielle are getting into some of their plans and goals for the upcoming summer! The gals love a seasonal bucket list, and summer is the best time to do it! The gals also catch up on their recent separate trips to Florida, Danielle talks a... more
Brooke and Danielle are revealing some of their deep, dark, hidden secrets today that have been buried in their notes app. Inspired by the popular TikTok trend, enjoy hearing the gals giggle about what they have used their notes app for through the ... more
Brooke and Danielle are back and recapping their recent travels! Danielle starts off with a recap of her experience at Stagecoach, the country music festival. She shares some WILD things that the stagecoach six got into while at the festival. Broo... more
i’m not sure why there’s so many people calling them out of touch- this is the lifestyle that a lot of influencers live and i love hearing more conversation in a podcast rather that it being super structured! keep it up gals 🏻
I couldn’t even make it through a full episode. How are they gals on the go?
This is a good listen, and while ppl are calling them “out of touch” I like hearing about their upper class lifestyle. Maybe it’s not for you, but that doesn’t make it poor quality. To the 1-star reviewers talking about how low effort and brainless the content is, have you listened to hot girl talks podcast?!
Brooke was single she restricted herself with what she was eating, and now that she got that ugly boyfriend she eats whatever she wants. Cool do you, I eat whatever too. But what was all that about? Was she afraid she wouldn’t find someone if she was on the bigger side. Doing weight watchers, constantly doing procedures to her stomach (cool sculpting) and idk what else because she would do one like every other 3 weeks, and doing healthy recipes on YouTube and IG. How pathetic. More people need t... more
This is one of my favorite podcasts to listen to when I’m working out or driving. Can’t wait to listen to more episodes!
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Gals on the Go launched 5 years ago and published 271 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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