We're chatting it up with Regina R. Robertson, editor, writer, and author of He Never Came Home: Interviews, Stories, and Essays from Daughters on Life Without Their Fathers. She's the West Coast editor of Essence magazine and her byline has been featured in O, the Oprah Magazine, on TheRoot.com and the Associated Press newswire. We're also All A Twitter over the gross Harry Weinstein sexual harassment and assault case (yuck). And we sound the Air Horn Salute for actor Gabrielle Union for opening up about her painful experience with miscarriage. Listen in and join the convo!
We're chatting with is Heidi W. Durrow, author of The Girl Who Fell From The Sky, winner of Barbara Kingsolver’s 2008 PEN/Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction and the NAACP’s 2011 Image Award for Outstanding Literary Debut. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Literary Review, Callaloo, Essence, and Newsday, and more. She's also the mastermind behind "The Mixed Experience Podcast" and founder of the Mixed Remixed Festival, the largest nationwide gathering of multiracial people in the country. Tenacity is her super power. Join the convo!
We chatted diversity and representation in books, "unlikable" female protagonists and how to make the perfect iced tea (naturally) with our guest Taylor Jenkins Reid. She is the author of the books The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, One True Loves, Maybe in Another Life, After I Do, and Forever, Interrupted. We also share our thoughts on the #TakeTheKnee protest and salute a woman in sports standing tall.
We're still cheering, "Do it for the culture!" after some of the big Emmy Award wins. Plus, we chatted hair, politics, Black woman, and a little bit of Tin Roof ice cream with our first guest of Season 2: Lindsey Day! She is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of CRWN Magazine, a print publication about natural hair and the women who wear it. And we sounded the Air Horn Salute for this talented woman who is speaking her truth and winning big. Hint: She can wear the hell outta a tux.
Season 2 is here and we're amped! We're talking a bit about what kept us busy through August, plus we get into what's coming up this season. We're chatting Insecure's finale, the new makeup line from our Bajan sistren Rihanna, Time magazine's "Firsts" cover series, and we're also sounded the Air Horn Salute for a charming, bright sports ace. Welcome, welcome! Join the conversation.
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!