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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Grace Atwood. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Grace Atwood, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Grace Atwood. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Grace Atwood, often where they are interviewed.

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Little Fires Everywhere S1E3 with Grace Atwood, Becca Freeman, Abbe Wright, and Emma Shafer

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On this episode of The Adaptables, Abbe and Emma dish about episode three of the Hulu adaptation of Celeste Ng’s bestselling novel LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE. They’re joined by Grace Atwood and Becca Freeman from the Bad on Paper podcast!

Abbe, Emma, Becca and Grace discuss awkward dinners at The Richardson household, the importance of that perfect dress for the homecoming dance, the stigma that every woman wants to be a mother, 90210, Joshua Jackson (duh), and more.

Discussion breakdown:

  • Grace Atwood and Becca Freeman talk about starting their hugely successful podcast, Bad on Paper (0:55–1:25)
  • Emma recaps the episode and reviews this episode’s fire count (1:25–2:26)
  • Bebe struggling to feed her daughter and the incompassionate store clerk who refuses her formula (2:48–5:17)
  • The differences between the show and the book (5:17–8:20)
  • A 90210 shout-out (8:20–9:03)
  • Brian and Lexie fighting over the stolen essay idea from Pearl for Yale; using sex as a bargaining tool (9:05–10:48)
  • Fake friendship between Lexie and Pearl and a cringeworthy shopping trip (10:50–12:22)
  • Quote from Celeste Ng about bringing the internal thoughts, realizations, and motivations of the characters to light by the screenwriters “It was really fascinating to watch the screenwriters figure out how to dramatize some of those quiet moments.” (12:22–13:10)
  • A dress for the dance. Did anyone else match with their friends? (13:11–14:20)
  • Mia has been talking to Bebe about the baby she left at the firehouse and begins to help Bebe search for her baby (14:30–16:35)
  • Elena and Mia meddling in other people’s business (16:35–17:25)
  • The creepy, anxiety-inducing final fifteen minutes of the episode (17:25–18:10)
  • Themes of motherhood throughout the episode (18:11–19:25)
  • Quote from Celeste Ng about how becoming a mother made her look at her relationship with own mother differently: “I now start to understand why my mom did a lot of the things she did.” (19:25–20:09)
  • The stigma that every woman wants to be a mother and the cultural attitudes of the mid-‘90s (20:12–22:15)
  • Awkward dinner table chat at The Richardsons (22:15–23:16)
  • Quote from Celeste Ng on reflecting on growing up in Shaker Heights, Ohio and writing about race and class: “It was a neighborhood where race was something that we talked about—or at least we tried to talk about.” (23:16–24:26)
  • Izzy trying to reinvent how others perceive her at the Homecoming Dance (25:10–27:00)
  • Moody ruining everything and the set-up of a major love triangle (27:01–29:25)
  • What happened with Izzy and April? (29:25–31:10)
  • Mia learns where Linda’s adopted baby has come from (31:11–33:12)
  • Favorite ‘90s moments: the music at the dance (Chumbawumba!), a slow, haunting Phil Collins cover, “Do you have any Grey Poupon?”, Tyson Beckford, and disposable cameras. (33:12–35:15)
  • The heightened drama when Bebe sees Linda McCullough and her baby as she crashes Mirabelle/May Ling’s birthday (35:15–36:20)
  • Joshua Jackson as a dad. Are we really that old? (36:20–37:15)
  • What are Grace and Becca reading? (37:14–39:15)
  • Grace and Becca’s favorite book-to-screen adaptations (39:15–40:55)

TV show recap:

  • Flashback to December 1996, where we see Bebe struggling with her infant daughter
  • Lexie steals Pearl’s experience for her Yale essay; Brian admonishes her
  • Mia has been talking to Bebe about her infant daughter, whom she left at a firehouse. Bebe wonders if she’s even still the baby’s mother
  • Lexie and Pearl grow closer, shopping together
  • Izzy trying to rewrite the script about what’s being said about her at school
  • The Homecoming dance!
  • Lexie and Brian having sex in the limo
  • A 1st birthday party for Mirabelle, the adopted daughter of Linda and Mark McCullough, thrown by Elena
  • Mia invites herself to the party in order to figure out if Mirabelle is actually Bebe's lost daughter, May Ling
  • We learn something about Izzy and April’s friendship fracture
  • Bebe crashes the birthday party and sees her daughter again, in the arms of another mother

LITTLE FIRES COUNT: 2

  1. 🔥 Mia’s lighter while she’s smoking weed
  2. 🔥 The lighting of the 1st birthday candle at Mirabelle/May Ling’s birthday

The Adaptables is a podcast from Read it Forward and Penguin Random House that dives into your favorite book-to-screen adaptations. This season, we’re watching the Hulu adaptation of Celeste Ng's LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE. Join hosts Abbe Wright and Emma Shafer as we interview authors, insiders and Celeste Ng, herself, about what makes an adaptable great, why watching and reading are important self-care rituals, and the many other books and shows we are binging and loving right now. Because at The Adaptables, we love to watch what we read. (Warning: there will be little spoilers everywhere.)

Send us an email or voice recording to AdaptablesPod@Gmail.com. What did you think of the episode? Are you watching the show? Is Hulu’s LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE a successful adaptation of the book?

Follow @ReadItForward on Twitter and Instagram, follow Bad on Paper podcast on Instagram at @BadonPaperPodcast and listen to the Bad on Paper Podcast here. Follow Grace Atwood on Twitter and Instagram @GraceAtwood and Becca Freeman at @BeccaMFreeman on Twitter and Instagram, tweet your thoughts on episode 3 and other adaptations you love. Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.

NEXT UP: We’ll recap episode four with Camille Perri, author of THE ASSISTANTS and WHEN KATIE MET CASSIDY, and Quan Barry, author of WE RIDE UPON STICKS.

Mar 18 2020

42mins

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Grace Atwood: Bad On Paper & Good At Being Alone

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Grace is an expert in personal style, organization, books, DIY projects, wellness, and travel. She talks to Hannah about making cat ladies cool again, finding a balance with eating and working out, how she is a hot mess at heart, her best book recommendations, her worst habits, and how the blogging business has evolved.


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Dec 25 2019

1hr 2mins

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91. Be There in Five on Paper (with Grace Atwood & Becca Freeman)

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Dec 10 2019

1hr 56mins

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Ep. 05: Grace Atwood

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Cohost of Bad On Paper Podcast and founder of thestripe.com, it's Grace Atwood! This loving cat mom was hilarious and a great sport for everything Richie put her through. We introduce you to the worst influencer in the world, Shandee! Dr. Lisa gets on her stump about declawing cats.

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Dec 02 2019

49mins

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Grace Atwood - Understanding how disconnecting can help us reconnect with ourselves.

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Hey friends! Welcome back to this exciting episode of The Epic Table Podcast! Today we have Grace Atwood,  Founder of 'The Stripe' and co-host of the BAD ON PAPER Podcast. Today we cook an amazing braised swiss chard with a delicious truffle sauce, all whilst chatting about the importance of maintaining and establishing a good rapport with your audience and the importance of disconnecting. We also delve into some of Grace's passions, which include books, beauty, and food. If you want to learn more about Grace and her two brands you can follow her on Twitter (@GraceAtwood), Instagram (@GraceAtwood), her website (https://thestripe.com) or the BAD ON PAPER Podcast. Thanks team! 

Oct 02 2019

59mins

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76: Under the Influencer (with Grace Atwood)

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Be There in Five is a pop culture podcast, specializing in a stream of consciousness style recap of current events, which is also peppered with celeb gossip, 90s nostalgia, the current zeitgeist, the influencer economy, social media, entrepreneurship, bravo shows, housewives, reality tv, women's small business ownership, wellness, mental health, and sharing anecdotes/life lessons from a "multi-preneur" who's still trying to figure it out. Can you tell i wrote this for the keywords? Love ya!

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Sep 11 2019

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Grace Atwood + Becca Freeman | The Joy of Single-ness

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This week, I’m joined by Grace Atwood and Becca Freeman, co-hosts of the Bad on Paper podcast. We’re answering your burning questions about going into business with a friend (and how to get comfortable with the confrontation that inevitably arises), watching your ex move on and embracing the single life, and coming to terms with a changing body and finding the clothes to make it look amazing.

Connect with Grace + Becca:

Instagram: @graceatwood / @beccamfreeman / @badonpaperpodcast

Facebook: Bad on Paper Podcast

Website: thestripe.com / badonpaperpodcast.com

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Twitter: @chinaealexander / @presssendpod

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Aug 28 2019

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Ep. 24: Grace Atwood & Becca Freeman from the Bad on Paper Podcast

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In Episode 24, Grace Atwood and Becca Freeman (Co-Hosts of the Bad on Paper Podcast) join me to talk New York City books and bookstores and share their experience as Book of the Month judges.

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Highlights
  • How Grace and Becca first met (and if they initially liked each other).
  • The original premise (and name) of the Bad on Paper Podcast.
  • Their first ever book club pick for the podcast’s book club.
  • Grace and Becca’s reading Venn Diagram.
  • The Bad on Paper Book Club.
  • The book I had a totally different opinion about than Becca and Grace.
  • Grace and Becca’s favorite book club episode ever.
  • The underrated gem Grace and Becca both think everyone should be reading.
  • Speculation on how publishers distribute marketing dollars among their book list.
  • Grace and Becca’s favorite NYC bookstores (McNally JacksonThe Strand).
  • Rumors about how books make it onto the front tables in bookstores.
  • Grace and Becca’s favorite NYC books.
  • Grace’s and Becca’s experiences as a Book of the Month judges (including whether they got paid and how they determined which books they’d be recommending).
  • Sarah’s track record with Pulitzer prize-winning books.
Grace and Becca’s Book Recommendations

Two OLD Books They Love

Two NEW Books They Love

Two Books They Didn’t Love

Two New Releases They’re Excited About

Other Books Mentioned Other Links The Bad on Paper Podcast

Podcast Website | Instagram | Facebook Group

About Grace

The Stripe blog | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter

Grace Atwood is the founder + voice behind The Stripe. She is also the co-host of podcast, Bad on Paper. Currently based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn; Grace grew up on Cape Cod, which she credits for her love of the ocean (and probably a nautical stripe or two). The blog began in January of 2010 (originally Stripes & Sequins), born out of a love of fashion, beauty, and making.

Prior to running this site full time, Grace was the director of social media for BaubleBar. Before that, she worked in marketing for Procter & Gamble and Coty. She has spoken about social media and blogging at panels for Internet Week, ShopStyle, General Assembly, and IFB. She’s been featured in GlamourThe CoveteurStyleWatchApartment Therapy and more. In 2019 she was named one of The Daily Front Row‘s 50 names to know right now. Outside of work, Grace’s passions include food, wine, art, yoga, reading, her Persian cat Tyrion and exploring everything New York and Brooklyn have to offer.

About Becca

Instagram | Facebook

Becca is a freelance marketing consultant in NYC. Previously, she was the Head of Marketing at LOLA. When not working, reading, or podcasting, Becca loves plane tickets, red wine, and 30 Rock reruns and has never met a dog in a costume she hasn’t liked.

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Jul 10 2019

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A Conversation with Grace Atwood (@graceatwood) - A Drink with James Episode 148

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In Episode 148 of A Drink with James, Fohr CEO James Nord sits down with Grace Atwood, the founder, and voice behind The Stripe. Grace's position is the market is quite unique. It's hard to believe, but her Instagram isn't her top priority, behind her blog and podcast. She talks about that dichotomy, in addition to how she got started in this business, the ins, and outs of how she works with brands, and much more!

May 20 2019

1hr 9mins

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137. Grace Atwood, Creator of The Stripe

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"I was like, really?! I just launched a podcast, I have a live show coming up, I grew my blog, I’m killing myself to kill it in my career — and you’re going to congratulate me on this? On being out at a bar with a cute guy? Do not congratulate me for having a boyfriend!"

Grace Atwood is the creator of the wildly popular blog The Stripe and the co-host of the Bad on Paper podcast. With more than 110,000 followers on Instagram, it's safe to say Grace, who is also a multiple-time marathoner, has made it as a successful full-time blogger and influencer — but that was never the goal or the plan, and when she first dove head-first into full-time blogging, Grace was embarrassed to own the title. But now, not only does she own it, she's also vocal about the hard work that goes into this lifestyle. (Turns out, it's not all glamorous photo shoots and exotic press trips.) On this episode, Grace talks about shifting her career from marketing at P&G to late nights at BaubleBar to a Gossip Girl-inspired DIY site that eventually became a six-figure business. She talks about learning the business side of blogging, about what takes up most of her time (hint: "Where's that from?"), and about everything you ever wanted to know about the lives of your favorite Instagrammers and bloggers. She keeps it real, light, and hilarious.

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What you’ll get on this episode:

  • Was going into business for herself always Grace’s vision? (2:45)
  • The road to becoming a full-time blogger (8:00)
  • How Grace grew her site and her brand, and how she learned the business side of blogging (18:00)
  • What a day in the life of an influencer is actually like (25:00)
  • Grace on dating, marriage, and whether or not she wants kids — and how her readers have reacted to her personal opinions (36:00)
  • The very lucrative offer Grace recently turned down (44:40)
  • On podcasting, confidence, and body positivity (50:00)
  • Grace the runner! (58:00)

What we mention on this episode:

Coty

BaubleBar

rewardStyle

DojoMojo

Chinae Alexander

Katie Sturino

Honestly WTF

Say Media

A Day in Her Life series on The Stripe

Girls Gotta Eat

Team in Training

167 Raw

The Correct Order to Apply Your Skincare Products via The Stripe

The Devil in the White City

The Idea of You

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May 01 2019

1hr 7mins

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