Much has changed since Kristin Cavallari's SoCal social life first launched her reality TV career.

The present-day CEO and mother of three revisits mid-2000s memories in this clip from Thursday's new Very Cavallari, which sees the E! series' titular star perusing old magazine clips alongside husband Jay Cutler mom Judith Eifrig, who the couple visits during a business trip to Chicago. As they take turns reading passages published amid Cavallari's Laguna Beach- and The Hills-era fame, the former MTV personality reflects on her early years in the spotlight.

"My life back then was a little wild and crazy," notes the Uncommon James boss, who wouldn't change those experiences "for the world" and doesn't "regret anything." Even so, "I'm just happy that my life evolved," she continues, recalling her and Cutler's move to the Illinois suburbs almost a decade ago while he played football for the Chicago Bears.

"I'm really happy that Jay kind of grounded me," says Cavallari of "settling down" with her family. "I don't miss that old life at all." She does get a kick out of reminiscing, though. 

After unearthing high school prom pictures and articles that speculated about Cavallari's ties to fellow The Hills alum Brody Jenner (their onscreen relationship, as she revealed later, was fabricated for drama), Cutler stumbles upon a particularly outrageous interview. In it, his wife and Laguna Beach pal Alex Hooser joke about grocery lists consisting only of "lettuce and vodka," which sounds unsustainable in addition to very dangerous.

Cavallari shares her thoughts on the walk down memory lane in a confessional interview. "I would tell 22-year-old Kristin to enunciate and quit drinking so much," she deadpans. "I was such a f--king slob kebab."

See Cavallari's blast from the past in the full clip above.

Brand new Very Cavallari every Sunday at 10 pm only on E!

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