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Kathryn Budig & Kate Fagan on Stepping Away From Success, Real Talk About Money & The Secrets Behind Their Love Story

Kathryn Budig (@kathrynbudig) & Kate Fagan (@katefagan3) are a superstar couple. Kathryn made her names as a internationally renowned yogi and still teaches on Glo.com. She’s also written two books, including Aim True, which contains my favorite healthy spaghettios recipe in the world. Now, she’s moved into designing performance wear with her collection with Kira Grace (the slashed leggings are the best). Kate Fagan spent years as an ESPN host, and wrote the NYTimes best-selling book What Made Maddy Run. Kate & Kathryn host the Free Cookies podcast together.

We sat down in Kate & Kathryn’s beautifully decorated Charleston home to get intimate about so many things (I LOVE how open these two are). We get into the nitty gritty of success—both Kate and Kathryn found it, and then reevaluated what it meant in their lives, coming to conclusions I found fascinating and really really inspiring. We also share some real talk about sex (including defining sex in a new way), and they share their love story, and how they met. We talk about money, and what Kate learned about money from her dad (I was shook, truly). Finally, Kate shares the 5 wellness practices that changed Kathryn’s life the most. It’s a really fun, loose conversation that veers from digital minimalism to orgasms and back again, and I love it—and I hope you guys do too.

I’m giving away a copy of Kate’s book and Kathryn’s book over my Instagram—enter to win on @lizmoody.

PS: Wanna come hang out with me in Austin this weekend at The Good Fest or in NYC for my book launch? RSVP here—I’d love to meet you in real life!

Enjoy!

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