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If you know who NeNe Leaks is, but not Nancy Pelosi, then this is the podcast for you! Join Bravo stars, Julie Goldman (the gay) and Brandy Howard (the dumb) as they talk about the week in politics, like they are talking about reality tv. The podcast with lots of feelings, lots of facts, and zero f*cks. New episodes out every Tuesday! (or sometimes Wednesday, if Julie & Brandy get too drunk).
 
The opposite of throwing shade, TL explores the intersection of spirituality and mental health. With a hefty dose of metaphysics and a whole lot of vulnerability, TL asks questions like: What does it mean to co-create with the universe? Does magic exist? What can ordinary people do about the great injustices of our time? What does living a meaningful life look like? Can we make coffee a food group? Host Brandy Walker attempts to answer these questions, and start new conversations about old p ...
 
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The biggest moments in sports history have stories behind them which have never been told. In 1999, Brandi Chastain kicked the winning goal for the U.S. at the Women’s World Cup. Her victory celebration in a sports bra made for one of the most iconic photos in recent memory. But how did we get to a moment where a women’s sport became a national obsession? To answer that question, we have to go back. In Season 1, soccer journalist Grant Wahl traces that ’99 Women’s World Cup victory back to t ...
 
From the stuff your mother never told you, to the stuff your doctor never learned, On Health features taboo-busting conversations that demystify and de-stigmatize our bodies, all while bridging the gap between conventional medicine and wellness. Join Yale-trained MD & midwife Aviva Romm and her line-up of expert guests as they discuss everything from periods to menopause, sex to reproductive health politics, and motherhood to mental health. Each week, Dr. Romm will be exploring the science a ...
 
Shirk, rest & play. "Top 50 Podcasts to Listen to in Lockdown." (Sunday Times) "7th Most Essential podcast in the world." (Esquire magazine) "Genial babble... about nothing." (David Hepworth, The Guardian) "It'll never catch on." (Half-life) Living and loafing in South London with Dulwich Raider and Dirty South from leading slacker website, Deserter. It's only once a month, so don't get your hopes up.
 
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Roots Radio is a monthly conversation about soccer, art, music, culture, and community that takes an inside look at the birth and growth of a brand new pro soccer team through the eyes of the players, workers, and fans. In this series, we explore the impact of the ‘beautiful game’ by crossing different boundaries around the world and talking to special guests from the worlds of politics, media, sports, and social activism.
 
Sex educator and social media darling Eileen Kelly was on top of the world, running the successful blog KILLER AND A SWEET THANG, when she decided to step away from it all. After struggling with her mental health, Eileen entered treatment at the most infamous mental hospital in the US. Five months and some serious “self-discovery” later, Eileen was discharged and created GOING MENTAL, a podcast dedicated to destigmatizing the mental journeys we are all on. Eileen interviews some of today’s m ...
 
Whole-hearted conversations led by adoptees. These conversations aren't just our stories, they are educative dialogues on how we can thrive. They are designed to encourage healing, conscious practices and instill the everyday courage it takes to navigate the complex world of adoption. Posts every Saturday! Follow Us!@youngadoptee
 
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There are two kinds of people—those who never cry and those who cry all the time. If you fall into the first camp, then you probably need a good cry. If you fall in the second camp . . . then you probably need a good cry. There are two kinds of people—those who never cry and those who cry all the time. If you fall into the first camp, then you prob…
 
On today’s episode of the podcast I speak with Rachel Greiman, Founder + CEO of Green Chair Stories, about her P&L statement and how she started her own copywriting business. A copywriter for photographers, Rachel started a family photography business in 2014 and from there, she started helping other photographers with their copy and formalized her…
 
Dr. Shahin Ghadir is a board-certified reproductive endocrinology and fertility specialist, M.D., that helps women and men achieve their goals of parenthood via his practice, Fertility For All charitable organization, website/social presence, and hosting The Fertile Life podcast. Dr. Ghadir and Eileen discuss the ins and outs of fertility treatment…
 
George Floyd, Brianna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery—these are names you know. I hope. But what about Kira Dixon Johnson, Yolanda Kadima, and Tatia Oden French? These are names that you may not have heard. They are the names of Black women who needlessly died in childbirth, several of whom reported symptoms and concerns to their medical provider prior, but …
 
Each year, more than 250,000 children in America are removed from their families by judicial means—and more than 3.5 million children are investigated by child welfare agencies. Most of these children are Black, Indigenous, queer, disabled, and / or otherwise marginalized. And much of the tens of billions of dollars allotted each year to so-called …
 
FROM THE VAULT: Enjoy this fascinating re-released episode from Season 3: We’re all born with certain natural strengths. Bo Shao’s abilities happened to be math. In his early years, he became known as one of the greatest mathematicians in China. His success and celebrity catapulted him to Harvard, where he continued to thrive academically but also …
 
On today’s episode of the podcast, I interview Luisa Alberto, CEO of People First Finance about her profit and loss statement. People First Finance’s mission is to ease the financial burden and overwhelm that holds too many ambitious enterprising women back from achieving financial autonomy. Luisa opened a brick-and-mortar juice bar in San Francisc…
 
Alexis Christine Haines is a member of the infamous "Bling Ring" and host of Recovering From Reality, a mental health and wellness podcast. At the age of 18, Alexis was arrested on the set of reality show Pretty Wild for her involvement in a string of burglaries that targeted the homes of multiple celebrities. On the heels of her just-dropped Netfl…
 
Despite years of evidence about the incredible outcomes, safety, and cost-effectiveness of midwives, midwifery care is still not the standard for pregnancy and birth in the US, and access to birthing centers remains limited. Yet, studies show they are associated with a reduction in cesareans, preterm births, increased breastfeeding success, and an …
 
If Getting Curious were a magazine, this week’s episode would be the “September Issue,” and this week’s guest would be the cover star of our dreams. British Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful, OBE, joins Jonathan to discuss how he’s transformed your favorite magazines over the last three decades; how he’s leading the way for a more diverse, we…
 
FROM THE VAULT: Enjoy this insightful re-released episode from Season 4: Narcissistic partners, bosses or family members can be highly critical, cruel and impossible to live with. The same can be true for us when we become our own toughest critics. That’s why Anne and Arielle reached out to Dr. Wendy Behary, author of the best-selling book, Disarmi…
 
Ever wonder how some teams can seemingly do everything wrong and still generate record-profits? Or how some athletes end up going broke? Or why suddenly, everyone in pro sports seems to be obsessed with cryptocurrency? Former NFL running back (and Dancing With The Stars champ) Rashad Jennings has teamed up with award-winning journalist Lindsay McCo…
 
When I recorded this episode—the Monday morning before it posted—I was waiting impatiently for my social work license. By the time I started editing it a couple of hours later, I had gotten the email that I am officially an LMSW! It was especially meaningful because of the subject of this particular episode. It's a raw one. I share my process as I …
 
Roots Radio is an interview series highlighting community members that make up the cultural, artistic, musical, and political Oakland landscape. Host Richie Nuñez has a conversation with Asaad Bruno, an Algerian-American interdisciplinary artist, designer, and consultant based in the Bay Area. Specialized in visual art, up-cycling & slow-fashion, h…
 
Joshua Citarella is an artist, Twitch streamer, and internet culture researcher based in New York City. He is the author of Politigram & the Post-left and has taught at the School of Visual Arts, Rhode Island School of Design and served as an advisor at Carnegie Mellon University and Tufts University. Josh and Eileen discuss internet subcultures, "…
 
On today's episode of the podcast I chat with five members of my team about what my team looks like and tips for successfully onboarding contractors. Lili Enriquez - Lili is a general virtual assistant whose role has varied while working for me. During her time with me she has completed a variety of tasks including managing my Pinterest, uploading …
 
Perfectionism. It's a common relentless inner stress that I know I'm not alone in experiencing. What you might not realize is that it's a common symptom of being stuck in mode of survival mode. In this episode I invite you to reframe Perfectionism, along with being a "Good Girl" and other traits of survival mode that can be causing us stress withou…
 
In 1871, Germany adopted an anti-sodomy statute called Paragraph 175. Sixty years later, the Nazis broadened that law—and it quickly became the basis for persecuting Germany’s queer population. When World War II ended, Paragraph 175 remained on the books. Dr. W. Jake Newsome joins Jonathan to discuss queer Germans’ experiences of Nazi rule and its …
 
FROM THE VAULT | Enjoy this moving re-released episode from Season 4: It’s almost impossible to imagine losing a child to gun violence. But maybe even more unimaginable is having the strength to channel grief into action. Pati Navalta Poblete did just that. Following the tragic death of her son Robby, Pati began her quest to take guns that are turn…
 
On this week’s episode, Julie & Brandy run down all of the amazing accomplishments of the Biden/Harris administration (so far), they rejoice over Steve Bannon’s indictment, and they find hope in a project celebrating the life and legacy of the late Abraham Skipwith. ***********************************************************************************…
 
I've been gathering this research for a while, but for the longest time I was steeped in imposter syndrome and afraid I was not smart enough/good enough/had strong enough beliefs to share (ironic, I know). I've been working on it, though. And I've decided to just dive in. So here we go! HONORABLE MENTIONS My coach, Jill Ellen (she's amazing) Rob Be…
 
Friendship breakups are painful, but they can also be healthy. On this week's solo episode, Eileen recounts her most traumatic friend breakups, from getting blackmailed by a former roommate to catching her BFF stealing from her. Eileen discusses her own codependency tendencies, how she's been able to manage the heartache, and tips she's learned on …
 
On today's episode of the profit report I'm sharing my August numbers to see if I hit last month's goals and setting new goals for next month. If you missed the July profit report you can listen to it here. One of my big focuses this year has been consistency. So far this year, my 1. Highest month: $14,700 (January) 2. Lowest month: $9,400 (Februar…
 
FROM THE VAULT | Enjoy this inspiring re-released episode from Season 3: You understand isolation from your COVID days. And you know that there was more than one occasion when you thought you’d go crazy being stuck in that space, away from the people and the activities that you loved. Now imagine doing that in captivity halfway around the world, lo…
 
Curious about vaginal seeding and whether it is safe and recommended for you and your baby? To date, more than 20 studies have found that the microbiome in cesarean-born babes is different than that of vaginally born infants. These differences can persist to 4 years of age and may pose lasting health consequences. I know this may sound scary but I …
 
It's a beautiful night—the sky is clear, the stars are twinkling. You see a shooting star! Or is it a comet! Maybe a meteor? Whatever it is, it’s gone in an instant. But what if that whirring bit of space were headed... straight towards the Earth, not past it? Yeah, not so cute. This week, Christina Hernández and Terik Daly of NASA join Jonathan to…
 
This week, while Americans got drunk and celebrated Labor (huh?), Julie & Brandy sat down with handsome Bravo star and future elected leader, Scott Nevins. *** Click the link to listen to a FREE episode of our Patreon Podcast!! *No Politics! No ads! *** https://www.patreon.com/posts/windows-up-sing-42013006?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copy…
 
In this behind the scenes episode, I touch a tiny bit on the deal with our debt and the joy of beginning to feel a bit more stable. And then I dive into why we decided to homeschool our gifted 10 year old son, and put the emphasis on his emotional well-being. HONORABLE MENTIONS: Gem Sessions and Not Therapy (my brand of coaching) spots available Th…
 
Eileen sits down with doula Brandi Jordan, host of the "Dear Doula" podcast. Brandi is a postpartum doula with over 20 years of experience helping people become the parents that they want to be. Her podcast Dear Doula talks about everything from sleep training to gentle parenting, and so much more. Brandi is also founder of The Cradle Company, whic…
 
On today's episode of the podcast I interview my friend Brandi Johnson of Brandeis Nicole Style. Brandi is a personal stylist and confidence coach who works with clients to help them get dressed easily, quickly, and effortlessly without sacrificing comfort while promoting body confidence. In 2019 Brandi was a fellow member of Digital Course Academy…
 
We are facing what continues to be a global cesarean section crisis. The overuse of cesarean sections, especially in the United States, is not new, but it has continued to become more prevalent here and globally over the past 30 years. Joining me this week is obstetrician/gynecologist and world leader in women's reproductive rights, Marleen Temmerm…
 
We’re spending this week cooking up some incredible fall programming. To tide you over, here’s a re-air of our episode with Sohla El-Waylly, all about cooking basics, ancient recipes, and Sohla and Jonathan’s shared affinity for a certain Taco Bell classic that was discontinued at the time of this recording and is now BACK! Sohla El-Waylly is a cul…
 
FROM THE VAULT | Enjoy this fascinating re-released episode from Season 2: Who are the people shaping the books we read and stories we care about? Triple A gets up close and personal with Cindy Spiegel and Julie Grau, two of the publishing industry’s most successful leaders about how they work together as friends and how they have become the cultur…
 
On this week’s episode, Judge Julie sentences CNN to Lifetime Cancellation, on two counts of Fake Un-biasism and Involuntary Republican Takeover. She also sentenced the new CEO of CNN, Chris Licht, on two counts of Propagating a Gross Republican Agenda and Conspiring with Fox News. *** Click the link to listen to a FREE episode of our Patreon Podca…
 
Tao Lin is an American novelist, poet, essayist, short-story writer and artist. Lin is the author of ten books of prose and poetry, including the novel Leave Society, published by Vintage in August 2021. Tao and Eileen discuss autism, advice for young writers, Tao's cancellation, and going off the grid. Find Tao on Instagram: @taolin and Twitter: @…
 
On today's episode of the podcast I share ideas for integrating courses into your current business. Before we begin, I want to clarify that a course-based business is a business whose income is centered around courses and is different from a business that creates courses to supplement your current business. Creating a course-based business is tough…
 
FROM THE VAULT | Enjoy this inspiring re-released episode from Season 3: Imagine pushing and then steering a racing machine weighing over 280lbs down an icy track and reaching speeds of nearly 90 miles an hour. Any miscalculation, muscle twitch or slightly miscued decision could result not only in a loss of victory, but disastrous injury. Now imagi…
 
"It’s all in your head." "It’s normal for women to suffer." "We just don’t know what causes that." Chances are you’ve heard one of these medical myths before, and it has kept you from receiving important diagnoses and timely treatment. Medicine is, without a doubt, a cultural institution and a power structure, and like other systems, it has perpetu…
 
There are more than 62 million Latine people living in the United States. Some are US-born, others are recent immigrants, and still more have had family members here for centuries—living on land that was once part of Mexico. This week, Mónica Ramírez returns to Getting Curious to discuss how the Latine community is “deeply rooted” in the US, what i…
 
On this week’s episode, Julie & Brandy celebrate President Biden signing the historic Inflation Reduction Act, and then drag Liz Cheney for standing by (and staying in) the rotted Republican Party. ****************************************************************************** *** Click the link to listen to a FREE episode of our Patreon Podcast!! *…
 
Recorded live at The Shirker's Rest, New CrossIn this episode:Women's Euros FinalBook signing for beerBroadstairs Folk FestivalSteam DownDeserter x Southey Beer NightPub & Beer NewsCrisp NewsDrug NewsOther NewsThe Sofa - readingReader's Letter'sBum DosserSocial Media SceneThe Potato - readingBy Deserter
 
Arick Fudali has dedicated his legal career to representing and advocating for victims of crime. In 2011, Arick began exclusively representing survivors of sexual abuse in civil lawsuits and fighting for the rights of victims across the country. Arick and Eileen discuss how to pursue legal action, victims' rights, and how to remain hopeful when pur…
 
On today's episode of the podcast I interview website development entrepreneur Brenda Cadman about how she pivoted her business into a course model for additional income. After 22 years of running a website development company, Brenda is retiring that business this year to be 100% all-in on teaching all things Canva. Brenda joined Amy Porterfield's…
 
Let’s talk about abortion pills. This week, I am joined by the partnerships and engagement manager at Plan C, Imani Wilson-Shabazz. Imani is a beacon of light in the reproductive health and sexuality awareness space who, through education and empowerment, is transforming family planning systems and institutions. On today's episode, we hear all abou…
 
Gossip Galaxy here, your one and only source into the scandalous lives of the universe’s elite. I have it on *expert* authority that the Milky Way is stirring up cosmic drama. Has this Local Group galaxy had enough of its central black hole? Will they or won’t they with Andromeda? And is spaghettification the real dish of the summer? Dr. Moiya McTi…
 
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