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The Bustle Huddle spotlights the voices of our editors, writers, and community, providing our readers with insider access to the Bustle office. Each episode will dive into a topic millennial women can't stop talking about, for better or worse, and will conclude with a feature inspired by the stories and projects we're most proud of. And here at Bustle you never know who will drop by, so stay tuned to hear some of your favorite celebrities behind our mic.
 
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Writer and podcaster Nora McInerny of No Happy Endings, Terrible, Thanks For Asking, and It's Okay To Laugh, Crying Is Cool Too joins us in the studio to discuss her newest book, experiencing the good while still holding on to the not-so-good, and gives us some practical advice on everything from boyfriends wearing bike shorts to moving cross-count…
 
Dr. Julia Shaw, author of "Evil: The Science Behind Humanity's Dark Side," joins us to break down our true crime addiction and explore the darker side of our own history, and gives us a cautionary warning against the use of the word "evil." Also, check out more of Bustle Book Club here: https://www.bustle.com/p/karina-longworth-chose-marchs-bustle-…
 
We're joined by Bustle's Kayla Greaves and author Ashton Applewhite to discuss our continuing battle with ageism, fear of growing older, and how to cope with the particular anxieties we face in relation to our age and how it affects career, sex, money, and more. To learn more about Ashton and her book, check out her website. And as promised, here's…
 
It's March, but it's still freezing in much of the U.S., so we put together a viewing guide for you, packed with everything Bustle editors are obsessed with watching right now. And for all of you Stars Hollow residents out there, we have a very lengthy discussion of Gilmore Girls with a former Gilmore hater and two of Bustle's biggest fans (which i…
 
It's a party of old and new with Jada inviting former coworkers, friends, and journalists Christina Coleman, Danielle Kwateng-Clark of Broadly, and Jah Lee of Bossip onto the pod to discuss the experience of being black while working in media, how black celebrities are covered by mainstream publications, and the black-led publications that we shoul…
 
Tired of waiting for your friends to get it together and ready to start checking off that bucket list? Listen to this week's episode for tips, tricks, and inspiration to book the trip you've always wanted to take as a party of one, whether you're an extrovert, introvert, or whatever -vert. Be sure to subscribe to Adrien Behn's podcast Strangers Abr…
 
Sarah Schneider drops by the Bustle podcast studio to promote her new show with co-creator Chris Kelly, The Other Two, (which is in the opinion of The Bustle Huddle crew...excellent) and discuss Youtube fame, the weird, weird, Internet, and more. Catch The Other Two on Comedy Central Thursday nights at 10:30/9:30c.…
 
Looking for that work-life balance? Aren't we all. On this episode, we're joined by the editors behind Bustle's newest package Doing The Most, Emma Lord and Melanie Mignucci, and later by Iman Hariri-Kia and J.R. Thorp, as we explore what happens when your job actually makes you sick and how work-life balance compares around the world.…
 
Author Dani Shapiro drops by to discuss her newest memoir Inheritance and the discovery of a her family's biggest secret after taking a genealogy test. Get Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love on Amazon or your favorite local bookstore. Follow Dani on Instagram @daniwriter or Twitter @danijshapiro.…
 
Jada is joined by Tanya Ghahremani to explore why their dating lives haven't gone exactly to plan and how they can change their approach in 2019. They each choose an expert based on their own obstacles — Tanya, former matchmaker and current sex and relationships editor Hannah Orenstein and Jada, founder and CEO of the Mend app, Elle Huerta.…
 
Emily Arlook of the Freeform series grown-ish joins us in the studio to discuss her apathy towards New Year's (spoiler: she still manages to make a resolution on air), her inability to feel FOMO, and her old AIM usernames. Plus, good news for all the grown-ish fans out there — she spills some secrets about what Nomi will be up to this season and be…
 
Karina Longworth, author of Seduction: Sex, Lies, and Stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood and host of You Must Remember This, joins Lifestyle Editor Gaby Moss to discuss why everyone should give old-timey Classic Hollywood gossip a chance, her efforts to present the women of her book as complex and often problematic individuals, and more.…
 
Ever wondered what it's like for immigrants to spend the holiday season here in the United States when their families are literally across the world? From her thoughts on cranberry sauce to American gift-giving culture, Clarissa-Jan Lim joins us to discuss her essay "What It's Like To Celebrate The Holidays When You're 9,000 Miles Away From Your Fa…
 
We explore why the term "cat lady" is still a thing in 2018 and why some of us still feel the need to hide our cats when dating. Writer, New School instructor, and founding editrix of Slutist.com Kristen Sollee joins us to discuss the history of women and cats and how cats can be involved in your magical practice, and photographer BriAnne Wills of …
 
Nervous about that next meeting with your manager? Tune into this episode to figure out what your manager's really thinking — from how they deal with their own struggles at the end of the day to how they feel when you ask for vacation time to whether or not they noticed when you did that thing. Jada is joined by her own manager, Bustle's Managing E…
 
Does dating have to send you into a daze of checking your phone again and again, ruminating over whether you said the right thing, and reading dating advice on the internet? According to the two experts we speak to on this week's episode — Kathleen Smith, a writer and therapist out of Washington DC and Mark Freeman, Youtube mental health advocate, …
 
Author Liane Moriarty takes a call from Bustle's Senior Books Editor Cristina Arreola and shares how her newest book Nine Perfect Strangers came about, the origin of the book's lead character's name, and why she favors confined settings when writing her novels. Plus, we get some much-desired information about the second season of Big Little Lies on…
 
Every month, you harness the power to completely change the world around you with the very thing you may be afraid to talk about — that's right, your period. Menstruation. Not shark week, not your Aunt Flo, but your period. Jada Gomez talks to Nadya Okamoto about her book "Period Power: A Manifesto for the Menstrual Movement." Follow Nadya Okamoto …
 
Rebecca Traister, author of Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger, joins Senior Books Editor Cristina Arreola to explore the ways women's anger is actively discouraged and muffled in 2018 and how we can embrace its transformative potential to foster real change in our country, both in tomorrow's midterm elections and beyond. Follow…
 
No matter where you live, your voter status, or how informed you may or may not feel, we've crafted an audio primer on the biggest issues at stake this Election Day and how you can take action and implement change this Midterms election. Stay tuned throughout the episode to hear from Gina Oritz-Jones, Vangie Williams, Catalina Cruz, and Katie Hill.…
 
Ever wondered what 'cage-free' really means? What about 'hormone-free'? Or 'all-natural'? This episode, Jada is joined by Bustle's biggest foodie Emma Lord and biggest health foodie Tanya Ghahremani to discuss their favorite foods, all the bizarre foods that are sent to the Bustle office, and how one can manage to make the right food choices even w…
 
Sara Altschule reveals how one at-home genetic test turned her entire life upside down. From her diagnosis with the BRCA-1 gene mutation in her 30th year to her ultimate decision to undergo a voluntary double mastectomy to ultimate recovery, Sara’s journey will resonate with anyone who’s experienced having one thing change everything in an instant.…
 
The Bustle Rule Breakers Class of 2018 came, they saw, and they conquered the day in our first Bustle Rule Breakers event at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York on September 22. Executive Editor Jada Gomez and Editor-at-Large Kaitlyn Cawley gather to recollect their memories of the day, seeing Sofi Tukker, Samantha Ronson, and JANELLE MONAE perform…
 
Alice Bolin joins Senior Books Editor Cristina Arreola to discuss her debut collection of essays “Dead Girls”. The conversation ranges from our societal obsession with true crimes and shows whose plots are centralized around the same silent, beautiful dead girl, to what Alice is working on next.
 
With Labor Day weekend coming up soon, many of our listeners are likely trying to make last-minute travel plans. But how do you make it work when you’re strapped for cash? We talk to The Point Guy’s Emily McNutt about the latest travel hacks that might just make cash optional and dishes on the travel destinations that are affordable and widely over…
 
We're joined by the exceptionally wise (and not to mention NYT best-selling author) Cheryl Strayed and Bustle's Senior Books Editor Cristina Arreola for a discussion around the experience of losing your mother in your twenties, how to ask for what you need from those around you, and turning your sorrow into your superpower. Then, Cheryl provides so…
 
Move over gatekeeping nerds, fan girls have arrived and we're here to stay. We speak to Bustle's very own Sage Young about what her daily life as a super fan is like, and Caitlin challenges the notion that she doesn't have any hobbies with her friend, comedian and writer Akilah Hughes. Also, we follow our producer Anna as she fulfills her lifelong …
 
Gaby Dunn of Panoply's Bad With Money podcast joins us to share her own student loan story followed by a conversation between Bustle's Melissa Louis-Jacque and My Money, My Future's Ramona Ortega about money and women of color and Dani Fankhauser's story of how she paid off over $70,000 of debt in five years. Get more of Gaby by listening to Panopl…
 
In honor of Bustle's fashion and beauty editorial program All American, we're joined by Fashion and Beauty Editor Sara Tan to discuss how the beauty routines of first generation Americans have been shaped by their parents' cultural backgrounds. We then explore the unique connection the Latinx community has to beauty and fashion through conversation…
 
How do you really know when you're ready to start a family? Or if that's something you're ever going to want? Last week, we explored all the ups and downs of trying to conceive, and this week, we talk to New York Times reporter Claire Cain Miller, writer EJ Dickson, and writer Cheryl Strayed (we're trying to be casual about it) about what it's like…
 
Should we really be worried about falling off the fertility cliff? Is 35 the magic age where everything just stops working? How do we as women separate the truths about fertility from the myths, lies, and unknown? Join us as we visit the WNYC studio to discuss fertility and age with Molly Webster of Radiolab, call Elizabeth Katkin, author of "Conce…
 
Today's episode is all about dogs — the good, the bad, and the gross. From former owner and stylist of Toast Meets World, Katie Sturino, to owner of The Dog Agency, Loni Edwards, to the many, many dog owners on staff at Bustle, join us for a surprisingly introspective episode on man's best(?) friend. For more on Loni Edwards, check out The Dog Agen…
 
Welcome back to Season 2! To celebrate our first episode back, we're definitely not going to talk about weddings in this episode. Instead, we're talking to comedians Emma Willmann and Michelle Buteau and writer Jill Filipovic about what it really means to be an adult and the new ways that millennial women are defining their lives. --------- Check o…
 
Forgot to turn on your alarm and need a planet to blame? Or do you feel a more spiritual connection with Mercury Retrograde? Whether you're a diehard believer in astrology or loud and proud skeptic, you can't get away from hearing about it. Listen to this week's episode to discover the science behind Mercury Retrograde from Inverse's Rae Paoletta a…
 
Happy Muslim Women's Day! We're thrilled to feature an interview with Amani, founder and editor-in-chief of MuslimGirl, who joins us to discuss what you can—and should—do to celebrate Muslim Women's Day 2018. We were also lucky to welcome activist and now author Blair Imani into the Bustle studio to discuss her upcoming book "Modern HERstory: Stori…
 
It's our tenth episode, and we'll use any excuse to celebrate! This week's episode features the cast and director of "Love, Simon" (Nick Robinson, Alexandra Shipp, Katherine Lanford) followed by Youtube star Hannah Hart who drops by to "hannahlyze" the latest self-help fads. Check out Hannah Hart's podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/…
 
Whether you have a daily routine set in stone, tend to switch things up, or prefer to live that wild card life, we all need to stop and ask ourselves how we can get our sh*t more together from time to time. Considering a fancy 12-step skin routine? Jonathan Van Ness from Queer Eye has got your back. Or are you n dire need of cleaning up your digita…
 
Sometimes the only thing harder than defending your love of "The Bachelor" is defending your choice to be a contestant on "The Bachelor". So that's why we invited our friends Diggy Moreland, Jared Haibon, Vinny Ventiera, Ashley Spivey, Alex Bordyukov, and Taylor Nolan to explain themselves on the Huddle. Plus, we welcome Michelle Collins back to th…
 
Director, screenwriter, and actress Heather Graham joins us to discuss why it took over five years for her film "Half Magic" to get made, and we travel back in time to Sundance with Women in Film and Stella Artois to discover what it's like to be a nobody pitching a project at Sundance for the first time. To learn more about Heather Graham's film "…
 
Bustle celebrates our favorite sport of the Winter Olympics — skating! We take a look back at all of our favorite '90s figure skaters (not just their drama!), we dissect the confusing rules surrounding Olympic skating costumes, and breakdown the best of figure skating movies. Oh, and btw... Jackie Wong of @rockerskating (who just happens to be bff …
 
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