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!
Erin's Manifestation Episode (with Gabby Bernstein)
This week, Erin finally gives manifestation a chance with Gabby Bernstein. They discuss the importance of obstacles, the fear of vulnerability, and why it's important to have fun along the way.
This week, Erin is joined by special guest co-host Simon Tikhman. They discuss their relationship, awake energy, dating advice, and more.
You Don’t Have to Be Smart to Be Creative (with Sophia Rossi and Julia Cameron)
This week, Erin and Sara take a look at creativity and how it impacts all areas of our lives. First, Erin sits down with her friend Sophia Rossi to discuss what creativity actually means, how they got introduced to “The Artist’s Way,” if everyone is creative, and more. Then, Erin and Sara have a conversation with Julia Cameron, the author of “The Artist’s Way” about how the renowned book came to be.
The Judgy Episode
This week, Erin and Sara cover being judgy, fertility, pet peeves, avoiding jealousy, breast implants, and more.
The Science of Individuality (with Todd Rose)
This week, Erin and Sara sit down with Todd Rose, a best-selling author and the co-founder and president of Populace. They discuss the science behind individuality, our need to be understood, how people actually define success, and more.
The Josie Episode
This week, Erin and Sara cover why you shouldn’t procrastinate when it comes to your health, John Mayer songs, and they are joined by special guest Josie Haas (Sara’s daughter.)
*This episode was recorded the week of June 10th, prior to Roe v. Wade being overturned.
I look forward to this podcast episode every single week. I love that the episodes are so long (and often a bit chaotic) as it’s the perfect thing to tune into and forget about life for a little while. They cover a wide range of interesting topics but are also very funny and sometimes relatable. Sara and Erin’s energy is not particularly calming but I do highly recommend their podcast!
Unfortunately, having to stop listening
I was an avid, loyal listener but I’ve been turned off by the hosts’ inability to take constructive criticism and seeing negative reviews as people being “mean” or “trolls”.
I genuinely loved the wealth of guests they had, and was super interested in the topics discussed. But if listeners are asking you not to chew on the podcast or insert too many stories about yourselves when guests are talking, that’s not us being mean- it’s genuine, deserved feedback.
Can I be your *New *New sister?
I just love your show. I love how I find myself laughing out loud and just wanting to be besties with you two. Really looking forward to having your dad on the show too. Only thing I would change… to have 2 episodes a week. Please :)