It got a little deep. Emily, Kelly, and Bethany talk gratitude, with a side of banter about LuLaRoe and an update on Bethany’s crazy town.

Dating in the modern world is so confusing—Elisha, Lyndsey, and Amelia talk about their worst Valentine’s Days and Lyndsey makes an embarrassing confession.

This week, Elisha, Kelly, and Amelia take on second chances and the people who are judged for taking advantage of one, how good Lady Gaga looked at the Super Bowl, and women who are clearly wearing makeup (even if they deny it).

Facebook Fighting Has to Stop. Emily, Bethany, and Lyndsey talk about the minefield of social media and how celebrities need to stop bullying Real America.

Kelly, Elisha, and Lyndsey talk about creating comfortable homes—and how DIY culture kinda makes us feel bad about ourselves.

On this weeks ladybrains, we discuss inaugural fashion, spilling the beans about pregnancy, and Kelly’s pet wallaby’s penchant for destruction.

This week, the LadyBrains take on there perils of remodeling with unskilled men, screen fasting, vegan/meat-eater mixed marriages.

In this episode, the ladies take on New Years Resolutions, Scientology, and the blending of the two in our resolution to have a drink with Leah Remini in 2017.

Men: Why are they so hard to shop for? Lyndsey & Elisha try to convince Emily she needs a Glock 19. And will Facebook’s fact-checking plan become a new form of censorship? We rant, you decide.

This week, the LadyBrains take on various aspects of Christmas cheer and the prospect of a Kanye presidency.

In this episode, Elisha and Kelly girlsplain hunting and Christmas with their New York Jewish friend Bethany and Bethany gabs about her favorite topic of late: Scientology and Leah Remini. Also, are guns and spears OK to give as a wedding gift? A LadyBrains investigation.

The LadyBrains are:

We’re thrilled to welcome our newest show to the Ricochet Audio Network — The LadyBrains Podcast.  The LadyBrains are:

Lyndsey Fifield is the social media manager for the Heritage Foundation and The Daily Signal. Born and raised in Alabama, she’s not your average Southerner—or your average conservative. A vegan health-nut who fights government-funded animal testing, Lyndsey is obsessed with personal organization, Ayurvedic medicine, fitness… and her basset hound. If you have questions about a health or beauty trend, she’s definitely already tried it and has strong opinions about it.