49 episodes

Earth to Us is the show where we are waking up. We want to explore the ideas that have motivated us to rethink the way we live our lives. There are so many people and concepts on this planet that inspire us to be better and live bigger, and we are here to hit record, learn and share all of that with you. Paying attention - that is our calling. Evan Oliver and Hannah McNeely have created this show to discuss topics as diverse as social justice, veganism, personal growth, art, food, and creativity.

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    • 4.9, 639 Ratings

Earth to Us is the show where we are waking up. We want to explore the ideas that have motivated us to rethink the way we live our lives. There are so many people and concepts on this planet that inspire us to be better and live bigger, and we are here to hit record, learn and share all of that with you. Paying attention - that is our calling. Evan Oliver and Hannah McNeely have created this show to discuss topics as diverse as social justice, veganism, personal growth, art, food, and creativity.

    049 - Hannah's Take

    049 - Hannah's Take

    For the final episode of the podcast, Evan interviews Hannah about what she’s learned while podcasting, her summer in France, and relationships.

    Thank you to all “Earth to Us” listeners these recent years. Your support has meant everything.

    • 58 min
    048 - Evan's Take

    048 - Evan's Take

    Hannah and Evan have decided to shelve the podcast for now. For these two final episodes, they interview each other to get a closer look at their own growth over these past three years. In this episode, Hannah interviews Evan. Evan discusses her anxiety story, the recent changes in her life, and how her life has changed since starting “Earth to Us.”
    Thank you to all "Earth to Us" listeners these recent years. Your support has meant everything.

    047 - Food as Art: How Mississippi Vegan Found His Medium

    047 - Food as Art: How Mississippi Vegan Found His Medium

    Timothy Pakron of Mississippi Vegan is a boy from the South, an artist who found his medium in the farmers markets of New York City, a recipe developer of veganized comfort classics, and a photographer who shot every single recipe on his own for his new cookbook, Mississippi Vegan: Recipes and Stories from a Southern Boy’s Heart. This conversation covers the world of foodstagram, the sense of place within creativity, and the hard work it takes to get a cookbook created.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    046 - I think I Can: Confidence with Summer Yates

    046 - I think I Can: Confidence with Summer Yates

    Years of research has shown that believing you are able to do something means you are more likely to actually do it. Healthy confidence allows you to make friends easily, achieve more goals, make more money, and kick more ass. Summer Yates, the most confident person in any room, jumps on mic today to explain where her confidence comes from.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    045 - To be French, Gourmet, and Vegan: A Restaurant Success Story with Adrien Valentin

    045 - To be French, Gourmet, and Vegan: A Restaurant Success Story with Adrien Valentin

    While Hannah was in Paris, she sat down with Adrien Valentin, the co-founder and manager of Le Potager de Charlotte, a gourmet vegan restaurant in the heart of the city. His message to anyone wanting to start a vegan restaurant? Do it.

    • 56 min
    044 - Progress Not Perfection: Living Zero Waste

    044 - Progress Not Perfection: Living Zero Waste

    With the zero waste movement becoming popular in most major cities, we speak with Los Angeles based @zerowasteguy, Jonathan Levy, about living a zero waste life style. He shares his best tips, tricks, and the truth about compostable and plant based plastics. 
    Jonathan Levy
    @zerowasteguy
    Music by Lee Rosevere 
     

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
639 Ratings

639 Ratings

Holisticnursemomma ,

Good info

I really enjoy this podcast. They touch on different issues and have opened my eyes to things!

HaRpEr HeBeRt ,

Love this podcast

I’m only 11 and I LOVE podcasts. This is my favorite one I found from Hannah’s YouTube channel, I was searching for this podcasts for months when I finally found it I was extremely happy. I am sad it’s over but I have faith that in years to come they will come back. This podcast changed my life! Thank you Evan and Hannah!


- sincerely, Harper Hebert your number one listener❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

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Not worth it

It was okay at first, but then it gets repetitive and preachy almost every episode, not worth you time.

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