30 episodes

Stephanie Lum, Noli Kazama and Brooke Kane host a new podcast from Hawaii News Now on parenthood, friendship, and the lessons they've learned as they've grown into working moms in Hawaii.

'Muthaship' with Steph, Noli and Brooke Hawaii News Now

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Stephanie Lum, Noli Kazama and Brooke Kane host a new podcast from Hawaii News Now on parenthood, friendship, and the lessons they've learned as they've grown into working moms in Hawaii.

    Episode 30: A Hawaiian Halloween, COVID Style

    Episode 30: A Hawaiian Halloween, COVID Style

    With COVID-19 cases on the rise around the world, there’s little debate that this year will feature a Halloween unlike any other.

    But if the coronavirus is on your mind, and you still don’t know what you’ll be doing with the kids on October 31, no worry beef curry ― the Muthaship has you covered!

    This week, Steph, Brooke and Noli go island hopping to check in on Halloween events and need-to-know info with Christi Young of Honolulu Family Magazine, Alma Tassi of Maui Family Magazine, Valerie Saiki of Kauai Family Magazine and Max Dible from Big Island Now. Combined, they have the scary scoops on all the Halloween events in your community and the fun activities to do at home!

    We also learn more about how to trick-or-treat safely and make this year a spook-tacularly safe Halloween for you and your family!

    • 51 min
    Episode 29: Naturally Healthy, with Dr. Stacie Han

    Episode 29: Naturally Healthy, with Dr. Stacie Han

    As the American public and the rest of the world await the unveiling of a viable coronavirus vaccine, plenty of people keep coming back to the same question: What else can we do to keep ourselves healthy, in the middle of a global pandemic? This week on ‘Muthaship,’ Dr. Stacie Han, a licensed naturopathic doctor and acupuncturist, shares a few of the natural ways you can stay healthy, including a run-down of which foods may help boost your immune system during these stressful times.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 28: A Device Driven World with Dr. Michael Ching

    Episode 28: A Device Driven World with Dr. Michael Ching

    With our new stay-at-home society paired with distance learning, social media, and video games, it’s easy to lose focus. Dr. Michael Ching is a developmental-behavioral pediatric specialist in Honolulu. In this episode he offers up some tips for families dealing with device drama.

    • 48 min
    Episode 27: Playin’ Along with Kimee Balmilero and Susan Hawes

    Episode 27: Playin’ Along with Kimee Balmilero and Susan Hawes

    In search of a good laugh? It may just be the best medicine to help us get through these tough times.
    This week on ‘Muthaship,’ the girls invite you to risk feeling vulnerable and to tap into your silly side for a lesson in improv! We’re joined this week by Hawaii 5-0 and Magnum P.I. star Kimee Balmilero, as well as Mililani mom Susan Hawes, from Improv Hawaii.
    Play along and learn some of the fun exercises that parents, kids and the whole family can do at home to break away from some of the day-to-day distance learning and monotonous routines!

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 26: Organizing Clutter from the Chaos

    Episode 26: Organizing Clutter from the Chaos

    This week, we’re cleaning house on the ‘Muthaship’ ... well, sort of!
    This episode is all about using your time at home to organize and declutter ― you know, all that stuff sitting around that you keep saying to yourself you’ll get to one day but never do?
    Karen Simon, the author of “Solving the Organizing Puzzle,” offers small steps you can take now to make a big difference in clearing out clutter, ways to get your children involved while teaching them the importance of having an organized space, and how to know when it’s time to part ways with something you’ve held onto for too long.
    Have fun tidying up ― and check out the ‘Muthaship’ Facebook page for some before-and-afters!

    • 42 min
    Episode 25: Olena Heu’s True Beauty

    Episode 25: Olena Heu’s True Beauty

    We’re so excited to release an episode we recorded before the pandemic with Olena Heu.
    The former TV news anchor and marketing professional was recently honored by the Susan G. Komen Hawaii Foundation for her courageous decision to have a double mastectomy due to her family’s history of breast cancer.
    In this episode, Olena talks about her life-changing decision, why she decided not to have reconstructive surgery, and her passion for helping empower women ― with the message that true beauty doesn’t lie in your physical features, but within you.

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Nicole Shima ,

Finding Your Power

Love conversations like this last episode! So real and inspiring! Keep it up!

g mutha ,

G Mutha

Love this podcast! I feel like I’m sitting with these girls and talking story. Such a great concept!

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Awesome!

Refreshing, relatable, and fun!

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