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Better Than Yesterday: Osher Günsberg

300: Audrey Griffen

Ep. 334

Audrey Griffen is a hair and make up artist and writer from Sydney Australia. She is also my wife. She’s currently writing a weekly column that’s going gangbusters over at Yahoo Lifestyle - you can find links to those articles in her IG profile @audreygriffen. 

If you want the story of how she and I met, I thoroughly encourage you to check out the first chat we had together about a year ago on episode 250, just scroll down in the podcast feed until you find it. 

Just a little over two weeks ago, Audrey gave birth to her second child - our son Wolfgang who joins Georgia and I in our family. 

Today we talk all about it. 

The pregnancy, the things they don’t tell you about pregnancy, what they don’t tell you about labour, the birth, and what on earth do we do now. 

I am so very grateful to present to you, episode 300 - with Audrey Griffen, and if you listen all the way to the end you'll find something super, super special..

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