152 episodes

Welcome to The World's First Podcast with Erin & Sara Foster, where conversations range in topic from friendship, investing, and dating to aging, religion, motherhood, infertility, grief and more. The Foster sisters will discuss what's going on in their lives, hear from their listeners, and chat with people you may or may not know. They're so excited for everyone to discover this new medium!

The World's First Podcast with Erin & Sara Foster Wishbone Production, Erin & Sara Foster

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 280 Ratings

Welcome to The World's First Podcast with Erin & Sara Foster, where conversations range in topic from friendship, investing, and dating to aging, religion, motherhood, infertility, grief and more. The Foster sisters will discuss what's going on in their lives, hear from their listeners, and chat with people you may or may not know. They're so excited for everyone to discover this new medium!

    How to Put Down Your Phone (with Brad Marshall)

    How to Put Down Your Phone (with Brad Marshall)

    This week, Sara and Jen Meyer are reunited as co-hosts for an important conversation on smartphone boundaries with Brad Marshall, a psychologist, author, and the Director of the Internet Addiction Clinic in Sydney. They discuss small changes we can make in our daily lives to be more present, how social media impacts our brain and mental health, warning signs in our kids, and much more.

    • 1 hr 54 min
    The World’s First Live Podcast (with Tinx)

    The World’s First Live Podcast (with Tinx)

    This week, on our very first live podcast, Erin and Sara are joined by Tinx in New York City. They discuss the importance of being yourself, how things get better with age, manifesting, icks, and much more.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    We Just Become Our Mom One Day at a Time

    We Just Become Our Mom One Day at a Time

    This week, Erin and Sara discuss their new crystals, share more behind-the-scenes details about the Netflix show, and bring on their manager Oly to predict the future of Sara's career.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    What You Put Out in the Universe Comes Back

    What You Put Out in the Universe Comes Back

    This week, Erin and Sara answer some listener questions and discuss the Netflix show, a parenting dilemma, other career possibilities, and much more.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    You Cannot Make New Old Friends (with Nikki Erwin)

    You Cannot Make New Old Friends (with Nikki Erwin)

    This week, Erin and Sara sit down with one of their oldest friends, Nikki Erwin, founder of Established Jewelry. They discuss how their friendship has evolved over the years, why Nikki is able to live her life so freely, how to not be influenced by societal pressures, and much more.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    How to Become More Securely Attached (with Jessica Baum, LMHC)

    How to Become More Securely Attached (with Jessica Baum, LMHC)

    This week, Erin and Sara sit down with psychotherapist Jessica Baum, the founder of Be Self-full, and the author of "Anxiously Attached: Becoming More Secure in Life and Love." They discuss the different insecure attachment styles and how we develop them, why it's important to have compassion for yourself, how to begin to heal, and more.

    • 1 hr 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
280 Ratings

280 Ratings

Z1246$ ,

Hilarious and informative…

Editing my review from two years ago because I want to acknowledge y’all. Your wisdom and ability to be self critical with compassion is sooo beautiful to watch happen and your insights are so thoughtful and well observed. Bravo. Also I’m normally the most not good job person ever but your change is so drastic must be rewarded🤌🏻🫶🏼

Linzi Dean ,

Love the girls on the pod

I had to write and say that I have loved Josie & Valentina on the podcast since you mentioned that people didn’t love it. Love the dynamic, please don’t let it sway you guys from letting them on. So sweet!

Rachel10111 ,

Love you gals

Love listening to you gals but Sarah needs to have some perspective on her privilege. The fact she thinks she deserves a medal for not having a nanny and also having to work once in a while is so cringe. The work that all moms have to do deserve a medal. I am a resident physician and I have colleagues who work 60 + hours a week without a nanny because they can't afford it, while also saving lives, while husbands work full time. And that's still the most privileged of people. It's just very cringe to hear from someone making top 1 percent - giving advice to the regular joe. It's just laughable.

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