A podcast exclusively for teen girls, You inside out, aka UIO, features 20–25 minutes of straight talk about real issues that teenage girls are grappling with today.
From principles to personality, as well as physical to psychological stuff, UIO covers a range of hot topics to help girls make sense of the space they are in now, but that also have reference and relevance for the future.
Dealing With Grief
Sonja Lewis chats with grief specialist Kristi Hugstad about how to cope with personal bereavement, as well as the unprecedented collective grief experienced owing to the global pandemic.
Loaded with encouraging advice, the podcast examines the importance of accepting grief as a journey, considering its various layers and understanding its meandering nature.
The podcast is filled with tips on how to deal with grief and also how to support others.
Highly recommended for anyone grieving!
How To Talk About Race Now
Sonja Lewis details some of her own personal experiences with racial injustice and examines why it is important to talk about race now, albeit constructively, and offers essential tips on how to do so.
How To Talk About Race Now covers key fundamental points, including understand the history of racism, as well as vital practical tips such as the importance of setting and know goals and having boundaries.
A must listen for teenagers of all backgrounds.
Navigating The New Normal
Sonja Lewis chats with coach and public speaker Suzie Lavington about how to acclimatise to the new normal.
From grieving losses such as sitting exams to graduating from high school, the podcast covers how to stay motivated under the uncertain cloud of the global pandemic.
Also, the conversation is filled with tips on how to balance social media use, how to face fears and how to cope with mounting anxiety. Highly recommended for teenagers and their guardians alike.
Staying Safe At School During The Covid Era
Sonja Lewis has a candid conversation with school experts and students from both the US and UK about how to stay as safe as possible at school during the COVID-19 era.
In the midst of a changing landscape, the panel of five talk about how to bend and not to break. At the heart of the discussion is how to find balance in the face of uncertainty.
Listen to discover practical tips on staying safe in your physical, virtual and emotional world. Recommended for students. teachers and parents alike.
How To Use Change For Betterment
Founder of Inspiring Women Change Makers Anj Handa joins Sonja Lewis to discuss how to harness change, the only thing in life that is a constant.
From understanding the power of the ripple effect to employing emotional correctness, the podcast is full of essential information about ways to use change to transform a situation.
It also includes loads of hot tips on how to find opportunities in the midst of loss.
A must listen for anyone who wants to make positive change.
How To Use Your Voice For Sustainability
Student environmentalist Zaqiya Cajee joins Sonja Lewis for a straightforward conversation about sustainability and how she is using her voice to influence change.
Founder of SwopitUp, a student clothing exchange, Zaqiya discusses the importance of starting off with a niche and making changes step by step. The key is making your change itself sustainable.
From making minor to major changes, the podcast is full of essential info for all teens on how to make a difference right where you are.