31 episodes

Hello Heroine is back for Season Three on March 1, 2022!

Hello Heroine is a study in leading ladies hosted by Annie Earnshaw. Each week, I talk with inspiring, empowering women about their stories, successes, failures, and triumphs. Together, we’re uncovering what it means to be the heroine of your own story.

Hello Heroine is hosted by Annie Earnshaw, a twenty-something writer and graphic designer.
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/helloheroinepod/support

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Hello Heroine is back for Season Three on March 1, 2022!

Hello Heroine is a study in leading ladies hosted by Annie Earnshaw. Each week, I talk with inspiring, empowering women about their stories, successes, failures, and triumphs. Together, we’re uncovering what it means to be the heroine of your own story.

Hello Heroine is hosted by Annie Earnshaw, a twenty-something writer and graphic designer.
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/helloheroinepod/support

    27. Finding authenticity on social media (w/ Emily Sanderson, Host of Authentically Em)

    27. Finding authenticity on social media (w/ Emily Sanderson, Host of Authentically Em)

    This week, I’m talking with the host of Authentically Em (and my friend from college) Emily Sanderson!  We chat about our post-grad lives, Emily’s transition to grad school, and how 2020 and eating disorder recovery inspired her to be more authentic on the internet.  Emily also shares her rule of thumb for when to add to social justice conversations online versus when to take a backseat.
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    Annie’s Links:
    Instagram: @helloheroinepod
    TikTok: @annieearnshaw13
    Newsletter: annieearnshaw.substack.com
    Blog: annielikeswords.com
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    Emily’s Links:
    Instagram: @authentic_balance
    Podcast: Authentically Em
    Blog: Authentic Balance

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    26. Everything you don't know about influencing (w/ Austen Tosone)

    26. Everything you don't know about influencing (w/ Austen Tosone)

    This week’s episode features the one, the only, Austen Tosone!  Austen and I talk about rejection as redirection, all the sides of influencing you DON’T see, why micro-influencers work, and so much more.

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    Annie’s Links:

    Instagram: @helloheroinepod

    TikTok: @annieearnshaw13

    Newsletter: annieearnshaw.substack.com

    Blog: annielikeswords.com

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    Austen’s Links:

    Instagram: @austentosone

    TikTok:

    YouTube: Austen Tosone

    Pinterest: @austentosone

    Twitter: @austentosone

    Clubhouse:

    Website: austentosone.com

    Blog: keepcalmandchiffon.com


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    • 51 min
    25. Sustainable swaps, going vegan, and eco-optimism (w/ Rachel Cifarelli, Co-Host of Deep Dive)

    25. Sustainable swaps, going vegan, and eco-optimism (w/ Rachel Cifarelli, Co-Host of Deep Dive)

    This week, I talk with sustainability advocate and eco-podcast host Rachel Cifarelli!  We talk about her history with sustainability, how she slowly transitioned into veganism, and if it’s actually possible to live zero-waste.

    Rachel’s recommended swaps:
    Impossible Meat
    Just Egg
    Period cups
    Beeswax wraps
    Reusable cotton pads
    NoIssue

    Rachel’s favorite sustainability resources:
    Leah Thomas, Founder of Intersectional Environmentalist
    Good
    How to Save a Planet

    Annie’s Links:
    Instagram: @annielikeswordsblog and @helloheroinepod
    TikTok: @annieearnshaw13
    Newsletter: annieearnshaw.substack.com
    Blog: annielikeswords.com

    Rachel’s Links:
    Instagram: @rachelcifarelli 
    Tiktok: @rachelcifarelli
    Website: RachelCifarelli.com
    Podcast: Deep Dive from Climify

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    • 47 min
    24. How to be a businesswoman in a ballgown (w/ Sasha Sloan, CEO of Archive Sunday and Miss Utah 2021)

    24. How to be a businesswoman in a ballgown (w/ Sasha Sloan, CEO of Archive Sunday and Miss Utah 2021)

    This week, I’m chatting with the CEO of Archive Sunday and Miss Utah 2021, Sasha Sloan!  Sasha and I talk about how she’s embracing her role as a complex, multi-dimensional woman through her company, her title, and her service work.

    Sasha tells me about the feminist impact of the Miss America competition and how it’s shifting to include diversity and intersectionality.  She also touches on her work with refugees and what narratives she hopes to correct with her social impact initiative.



    Resources mentioned in this episode:

    International Rescue Committee (The IRC)

    Help International

    ServeRefugees.org



    Annie’s Links:

    Instagram: @annielikeswordsblog and @helloheroinepod

    TikTok: @annieearnshaw13

    Newsletter: annieearnshaw.substack.com

    Blog: annielikeswords.com



    Sasha’s Links:

    Website: sashaesloan.com

    Shop: archivesunday.com

    Instagram: @sashaesloan

    TikTok: @sashaesloan

    YouTube: Sasha Sloan


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    • 44 min
    23. The ethics of true crime (w/ Haley Toumaian, Co-Host of Inhuman)

    23. The ethics of true crime (w/ Haley Toumaian, Co-Host of Inhuman)

    In this episode, join me as I interview the queen of true crime TikTok, Haley Toumaian aka @RobandHaley!  Haley gained traction on TikTok during her coverage of the unsolved case of Gabby Petito and has since dedicated her platform to being a “voice for the voiceless.”

    Haley and I talk about her true crime “origin story,” the case that got her into true crime, and how her views of the genre have shifted since she became a content creator.

    Haley also discusses why she’s passionate about using social media as a tool to bring justice to unsolved cases.  We break down where the line is between education and entertainment and how you can ethically get involved with true crime.

    (CW: We don’t discuss any cases in explicit detail, but if you’re sensitive to true crime, missing person cases, and unsolved cases, I would recommend listening to other episodes of Hello Heroine instead.)



    Cases discussed in this episode:

    Kristin Smart

    Jon-Benet Ramsey

    Jayna Murray (The Lululemon Murder)

    Israel Keyes

    The Hillside Strangler

    Green River Killer

    Ted Bundy



    Annie’s Links:

    Instagram: @annielikeswordsblog and @helloheroinepod

    TikTok: @annieearnshaw13

    Newsletter: annieearnshaw.substack.com

    Blog: annielikeswords.com

    Email: helloheroinepod@gmail.com



    Haley’s Links:

    TikTok: @robandhaley

    Podcast: Inhuman on Spotify and Apple Podcasts

    YouTube: Rob & Haley and Haley’s Crime Time

    Instagram: @robandhaley and @inhuman_podcast


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    • 48 min
    22. Why we love online reading communities (w/ Mackenzie Newcomb, Founder of Bad Bitch Book Club)

    22. Why we love online reading communities (w/ Mackenzie Newcomb, Founder of Bad Bitch Book Club)

    In this episode, the lovely Mackenzie Newcomb of @BadBitchBookClub, @MackInStyle, and the Friends to Lovers Podcast joins me for a conversation about the appeal of talking about books online.  With the rise of the pandemic and a reason to stay home on a Friday night, readers old and new are turning to online book clubs, Bookstagram, and Booktok to discuss all things reading.  Mackenzie and I talk about why this shift is happening and how online reading communities have changed the way we read offline.

    BRIEF CONTENT WARNING for childhood sexual abuse and suicide from 26:15 to 27:30.



    Annie’s Links:

    Instagram: @annielikeswordsblog and @helloheroinepod

    TikTok: @annieearnshaw13

    Newsletter: annieearnshaw.substack.com

    Blog: annielikeswords.com



    Mackenzie’s Links:

    Book Club: Bad Bitch Book Club

    Blog: Mack In Style

    Instagram: @mackinstyle and @badbitch.bookclub

    TikTok: @mackinstyle

    Twitter: @mackinstyle

    Patreon: Bad Bitch Book Club

    Podcast: Friends to Lovers Podcast



    Books mentioned in this episode:

    Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

    The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

    Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

    Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover

    Truth or Beard by Penny Reid

    Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

    The Seed Keeper by Diane Wilson

    It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover

    How to Be Perfect by Michael Schur

    Consumed by Aja Barber

    Noor by Nnedi Okorafor

    A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

    American Fairytale by Adriana Herrera

    My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottesah Moshfegh

    Poet Warrior by Joy Harjo

    Educated by Tara Westover


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    • 45 min

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Annie Earnshaw is an incredibly talented writer and creator who knows how to ask all the good questions. Her podcasts will make you laugh and most importantly help you reflect, while also giving you some amazing book recommendations!

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