<p>Hosts Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, who you might know as the co-founders of the website Of a Kind (RIP!) or the co-authors of the book Work Wife, are all about discovery and enthusiasm. We've heard this weekly podcast described as a 'unique mix of urgent discussions of non-urgent things and thoughtful discussions of important, and often otherwise ignored, things,' and we're very much on board with that take.</p><p><br></p>


Title Date published
157: Katie Sturino on Good Body Vibes, Great Fashion, and Making a Pet IG Famous 2018-11-12
156: Nike’s Coach Bennett on Why Running Makes Everything Better 2018-11-05
155: Our Best Not-New Discoveries 2018-10-29
154: Angela Garbes on Doing Things Like a Mother 2018-10-22
Episode 153: Glory Edim on Diversifying Your Bookshelf 2018-10-15
Episode 152: Fall into the Latest Best of 10 Things 2018-10-08
Episode 151: Let’s Get into It with the Biz Whiz Behind Create & Cultivate 2018-10-01
Episode 150: Maternity Fitness and Some Amazing Things You Might Already Know About 2018-09-24
Episode 149: Meet Your New Favorite News Journalist, Alicia Menendez 2018-09-17
Episode 148: A Very Snacky Best of 10 Things 2018-09-10
Episode 147: Wine Times with the Whiz Who Is Helen Johannesen 2018-09-03
Episode 146: What to Expect When Claire’s Expecting 2018-08-27
Episode 145: On Choosing —and Not Choosing—Motherhood 2018-08-20
Episode 116: Talkin' Shop with the Founder of Ban.do, The Most Fun Brand This Side of the Web 2018-08-13
Episode 122: All the Books We Can’t Wait to Read and Listener Mailbag! 2018-08-06
Episode 103: Joe Holder, Trainer to the Stars (and Claire!), on All Things Exercise 2018-07-30
Episode 144: Glynnis MacNicol Has So Much to Say About Being a Woman in Her Forties 2018-07-23
Episode 143: Claire Wasserman on Doing Her Part to End the Wage Gap 2018-07-16
Episode 142: Why Older Athletes Are Thriving, with the Guy Who Wrote a Book on It 2018-07-09
Episode 141: A Grocery-Centric Round of Listener Feedback 2018-07-02

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