We’re coming up on Halloween, so we decided we could divulge into our love of true crime and cover crimes mothers have committed for their children or with their children. We cover the cases of Kimberly Cunningham and Ma Barker and the Barker-Karpis Gang. There are some laughs, intrigue, and a few gasps! So grab a cold one and enjoy these stories we will share with you.
Disclaimer: listener discretion is advised since we are discussing topics of violent crimes in this episode.
Effects of Parents on Crime
Children follow example of their convicted parents
Ma Barker & the Barker-Karpis Gang
Home where witch trials victim John Proctor lived for sale
Trick-or-treaters over 12 could face jail time in Virginia
Happy Friday y’all! This week we have another “soap box” topic. We are discussing maternity/paternity leave, but we are calling it family leave. We share the research we have done on the benefits of having adequate leave while recovering from having a baby, settling in with life with a newborn, as well as if you are taking leave to take care of a sick relative. We break down the statistics, what companies out there have outstanding medical leave, and discuss somewhat shocking information about the U.S.’s standard federal policies on medical leave.
All we ask is you hang tight and listen through the whole episode. We are asking for adequate medical/family for ALL. Whatever your situation is, we feel we all need to begin to look after each other more.
We hope everyone has a wonderful weekend! Show notes and random stuff links below.
Happy Friday morning! We have a special episode for you today. This episode is what happens when Sarah and Pamela start drinking BEFORE they start recording. We attempt to do the episode introduction in a multitude of styles before launching into stories about horrible doctors, accidentally teaching our children to swear, and our love of cats. We may also be the first people in history to drunkenly discuss the merits of the Oxford comma!
And guinea pig noises. Lots of guinea pig noises!
This week, Sarah interviewed Dr. Pragya Agarwal about the importance of raising creative children. Pragya is a Creative Strategist, TEDx Speaker, Founder of Hedge & Hog Prints and The Art Tiffin, and is a campaigner for creativity and mental health. She has extensive experience running workshops and delivering lectures on the value of creativity to drive innovation, encourage resilience, and develop critical decision-making skills. Pragya is also an acclaimed author, a contributor for Forbes magazine, and works tirelessly to break the stigma surrounding mental illness in British Asian communities.
Where to find Pragya online: