At the end of a long day, nothing is better than winding down and decompressing with a good friend, especially one that’s seen it all. Jana Kramer is here to hang out and share her advice and experience from a pretty crazy life. She’s been there and done that, from acting to singing, divorce, motherhood and beyond. If you’ve got something to get off your chest, come over to Jana’s place, pour a glass or two and Whine down!
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It’s time we talk about it… making friends is hard! Jana talks to author and podcaster Laura Tremaine about how to find meaningful friendships as an adult, and how to properly mourn and grieve the end of a friendship. more
I’m sorry cause I love Jana but Kristin is v annoying & adds nothing to the conversation. She thinks we want to hear about her husband & family dynamics & we have zero interest. Love katherine as she doesn’t try to take over & understands the podcast isn’t about her. Kristine is just so thirsty & try hard. Either do it w just Katherine or find a good high energy co-host to match your energy.
I’ve been listening since the very beginning…have been a fan of Jana’s since OTH. I truly LOVE how the show has evolved and now having Katherine and Kristen on it, omg it’s my Monday morning go to! I truly love how different yet similar they are and they aren’t afraid to be honest and vulnerable and just real! Their true love and respect for each other truly shines through. Thank you ladies for making my Monday mornings that much better! 🤍🤍
Didn’t Jana do ivf? Or did she not struggle with infertility and just did ivf because that’s what celebs do? Asking guests when they’re having babies? Cmon. Haven’t we learned anything from Vanessa lachey? STOP ASKING PEOPLE WHEN THEY ARE HAVING KIDS” … you have no clue what kind of struggles people are having. Or maybe people don’t even want kids! Why are we still basing peoples worth on their fertility or whether they want to reproduce?
Cannot express how much Kat and Nick’s episode spoke to me. I’ve been a listener since day one and truly love how much the podcast has evolved. The vulnerability you all share help so many people!
Its so distracting when every other word is like.
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