Well, here we are at the end of Season 2. But, the good news is, you can catch up on Seasons 1 and 2 during our hiatus — relieve the magic from the beginning — and we'll be back in the summer with all new episodes! On this season ender we get All A Twitter about the latest awfulness that went down in a Starbucks in Philly. Then we move into something hella better: Beyoncé headlining Coachella! Her historic performance was bold, badass, and Black as hell! And we sound our final Air Horn of Season 2 for cyclist Ayesha McGown, who plans to be the first African-American female pro cyclist. Hell, yeah! Listen in, and remember to hit us up on social media. We're still out there during the brief hiatus. Catch us at @heysispodcast on FB, IG, and Twitter!
We're back with a brand new episode! This time, we're talking about motherhood, career and the myth that women can't do both. After Cardi B announced her pregnancy on SNL, there were some naysayers implying that her choice to become a mother would derail her career. We call BS. We're also All A Twitter about the ongoing investigation into Trump and his corrupt cronies and we talk a bit about Tony Robbins and his warped view on the #MeToo movement. Plus we're sounding our horn for Cardi B — between the pregnancy, the album debuting at #1 on Billboard and co-hosting the Tonight Show, she's living the best week ever!
Welcome to April! We're getting into the swing of things of the new, bright season by talking about goal setting. How do you go about getting closer to your big goals? We're sharing our smart tips for managing your passions and pulling your dreams within reach. Also, we're All A Twitter about the creepy video of dozens of TV anchors from Sinclair Broadcast Group reciting the same speech warning against "biased and false news." Plus, we sound the Air Horn for the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the fearless, South African anti-apartheid campaigner.
Fresh, new N + N episode just for you. This time we're taking on some important debates that have been burning up social media. First, WHO THE HELL BIT BEYONCÉ??! We join the digital sleuthing to crack the case. Then we move into the top sheets discussion and later delve into some other "what do you do at your house" burning questions. Plus, we sound the Air Horn for Naomi Wadler, the youngest speaker (she's 11!) at the recent March For Our Lives rally in D.C. This fifth grader's speech was passionate and powerful, leaving anyone who watched it utterly inspired. Have a listen and let us know what you think!
It's time for another exciting episode! We're All A Twitter about actor Cynthia Nixon throwing her hat in the Gubernatorial race for New York and we're talking more about the newest season of Atlanta on FX. We're also excited to welcome to the show Jennifer Rudolph Walsh, who sits at the nexus of one of the world’s leading entertainment and media companies, WME. And we sound our air horn salute for Tomi Adeyemi, author of the bestselling new YA series Children of Blood and Bone.
Be honest; have you ever been at a party and someone asks 'What do you do for fun?' and been completely stumped? You're not alone. According to research, women find it especially hard to get lost in hobbies or leisure time where the sole purpose is fun — not for the kids, not tied to some obligation — but pure, selfish fun. We've noticed the same thing about ourselves so we decided to talk about it. We'd love to hear your thoughts. Do you have hobbies or is leisure time a foreign concept in your life? We're also All A Twitter about A Wrinkle In Time and its box office success. Plus, we're sounding off our airhorn salute for the young star of the movie, Storm Reid.
It's March 8th, and we're celebrating! Not only is it International Women's Day, but it's also the one year anniversary of Hey, Sis! Podcast. Release the doves! On this episode we're taking it back to the reason why we started this show in the first place: honoring their stories. We're also All A Twitter about the Oscars (bring on the inclusion riders!) and this #HereWeAre campaign, plus we sound the air horn for director and screenwriter Dee Rees. ANDDDD... introducing our first-ever giveaway! One lucky listener will win a special one-year-anniverary prize pack. Listen in for more details and how you can enter the giveaway.
We're back up in place! In his new episode we are All A Twitter about... what else? Black Panther and all its Black Excellence! We're also excited to welcome Colleen Oakley, long-time journalist and author of the novels Before I Go and Close Enough to Touch. And we sound the HSP Air Horn for Emma Gonzalez, the 18-year-old Stoneman Douglas High School senior, activist and advocate for gun control who is leading the charge for change in the #NeverAgain Movement.
It's another Nsqaured episode! This week we're hootin'-n-hollerin' for the Olympic Winter Games. It's all so thrilling! From Team USA's snowboarding star Chloe Kim and history-making speed skaters Maame Afua Biney and Erin Jackson to Nigeria's first-ever bobsled team and the Jamaican bobsled team the there are so many powerhouse women of color out on this grand stage showing what dedication and excellence look like. Plus, we're All a Twitter about the National Portrait Gallery's unveiling of the long-awaited portraits of former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. Breathtaking! And we sound our Airhorn for Team USA figure skater Mirai Nagasu and her rare triple axel feat. Listen in! [Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images]
Hey, hey! We're back this week with our super sized Superbowl episode and giving you our hot take on football's biggest night: Superbowl LII. We talk about whether Justin Timberlake's halftime performance was hot or not (spoiler: this scathing review of the performance from the Daily Beast basically sums up our thoughts) and then dive right into the best part of the Superbowl — those commercials. Listen in to hear our run-down on the good, the bad, and the just plain weird. And if you need a quick refresher of some of the ads that ran, check out this NPR article.
We also sounded our airhorn for Tayari Jones who released her new novel, “An American Marriage,” earlier this week to high praise. It's Oprah’s newest book club pick, so you know it's good.
It's the last episode of HSP Season One! It's been a total blast hanging with you, and we hope you've enjoyed the ride. More to come for Season 2, kicking off after Labor Day in September! In this ep, we took a walk down HSP memory lane, highlighting some golden moments and fine lessons we've gathered from our inspiring guests. We'll be on hiatus through the month of August, but we're definitely still around on social media. Hit us up @heysispodcast on Twitter, FB and Instagram or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us some of your fave moments from Season One. Thank you, thank you!
Settle in, folks, we have another exciting episode coming your way. This time, we're chatting with Jessica Ashley, a content strategist, content creator and coach. She's the founder and voice of Single Mom Nation and its sister podcast, Single Mom Nation Radio. We're also discussing the brand new Carter twins, Black motherhood and letting women just be. Plus we're shouting out an amazing athlete. Listen in!
We're back with another Nsquared episode! And it's a good one too, if we do say so ourselves. We dive into some of the craziness that's been happening in politics this past week. We also talk about our favorite Summertime Jams and the Summertime Reads we're looking forward to. Lastly, we salute a woman who has been diligently documenting everything #notnormal about this newest administration.
It's another Nsquared ep, y'all! The Blades Famalam is out celebrating Canada's 150th birthday in our beloved hometown of Montreal. (See all the love in the pic above with Older Sis Yvette.) We're talking growing up in a mosaic versus a melting pot, and the MAGA folks who are showing out. We also get into our guilty pleasure TV shows, and once again salute another U.S. Congresswoman who is all about persistence. Listen in!
The fab Bassey Ikpi joined our chatfest. Bassey is a Nigerian born, American raised writer and mental health advocate. She is the founder of the mental health organization The Siwe Project and creator of #NoShameDay. Bassey is currently working on her first memoir, Making Friends With Giants (Harper Perennial), out fall 2018. We also were All a Twitter about The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu (yes, still!) and sounded our air horn for two athletes who prove that boundaries only exist in our minds. Listen in!
We're coming back atcha with another great episode! This time, we're talking to Laura Fuentes, the CEO of Fuentes Media, Founder of MOMables, and a Lifestyle Entrepreneur. She's the author of three cookbooks, executive producer of video campaigns, and often partners with brands in digital campaigns in both English and Spanish. Have a listen!
We're chatting with Morra Aarons-Mele, who is dropping pure gems about work, life, and hiding in the bathroom. Morra is the founder of the award-winning social impact agency Women Online and The Mission List, a social change influencer database. She's also the host of the popular podcast "Hiding in the Bathroom," found on PodcastOne and part of the Forbes Network. We also get hyped about the new Black Panther trailer (FIRE!), and we sound the air horn for two more sisters in the persistence. Listen in!
We're sharing our fourth and final interview from our Mom 2.0 Summit series with the one and only Erika Nicole Kendall. Erika is the writer behind the blog A Black Girl’s Guide to Weight Loss, where she chronicles her journey from 330-lb couch potato to nutritionist and personal trainer. Erika has partnered with brands from Microsoft and Asics to the U.S. Army to inspire people to live healthier lives in a positive and uplifting way. Listen in!
We're rolling through our Mom 2.0 Summit series and chatting with Julie Clark, a full-time mom and former teacher best known for founding The Baby Einstein Company, a start-up business that was born in her basement and became an internationally acclaimed, multimillion-dollar company in less than five years. Julie’s new business is WeeSchool, a media company that gives parents fun, positive ideas for play with their wee ones and helps them understand child development. We also share our take on the women-only screenings of the new Wonder Woman movie planned in Austin, Texas. And we salute one young champion athlete who's not here to smile to make you comfortable. Have a listen!
We're continuing our Mom 2.0 Summit series with Rachel Hofstetter, a former food editor at O, the Oprah Magazine and the author behind the best-selling book Cooking Up a Business. Rachel is the co-founder of guesterly, a software platform that enables anyone to create a custom who's who directory for events and groups and now serves as the Chief Marketing Officer for Chatbooks, the super-easy subscription photo book company.
It's the first of our Mom 2.0 Summit series! We're talked with Heather Greenwood Davis, a Contributing Editor at National Geographic Traveler, award-winning freelance writer and columnist, and the voice behind GlobetrottingMama.com, an international family travel blog. The mom of two was also named Traveler of the Year in 2012 after a yearlong family trip around the world that hit 29 countries on six continents in 12 months. <----Whuuuut?! We just had to find out how she pulled this off. Listen in!
Nsquared is here to help you clean house... like, literally. Talking 'bout spring cleaning, y'all! We have a few tips and tricks to help you declutter like a BOSS. Plus, we get into the heartbreak of "S-Town" (no spoilers!) and the heaviness of Netflix's 13 Reasons Why (listen to the tapes already, Clay!). And we salute a septuagenarian who is running things. Listen in!