69 episodes

What do you get when you put together a sushi loving Iowa farm girl and a goat raising London city girl who graduated from rival universities? The Sisterhood Podcast!
Firm believers that women rise when they lift each other, Allyson Reynolds and Tiffany Sowby hope to bring women together through their weekly podcast conversations and monthly “Service & Sweets” events.
Interested in current events that affect women? We’ll talk about it. Need a conversation that helps you feel like you’re not totally failing at this life balance thing? Yeah. Us, too. Want more meaningful connection and contribution in your life? Join us at our events or host your own! If it enlightens or empowers women to be their best selves, rest assured we’ll be talking about it.

The Sisterhood Podcast Allyson Reynolds and Tiffany Sowby

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What do you get when you put together a sushi loving Iowa farm girl and a goat raising London city girl who graduated from rival universities? The Sisterhood Podcast!
Firm believers that women rise when they lift each other, Allyson Reynolds and Tiffany Sowby hope to bring women together through their weekly podcast conversations and monthly “Service & Sweets” events.
Interested in current events that affect women? We’ll talk about it. Need a conversation that helps you feel like you’re not totally failing at this life balance thing? Yeah. Us, too. Want more meaningful connection and contribution in your life? Join us at our events or host your own! If it enlightens or empowers women to be their best selves, rest assured we’ll be talking about it.

    Episode 70 - Why Habits Are Better Than Goals

    Episode 70 - Why Habits Are Better Than Goals

    In this week's episode, Tiffany and Allyson will be discussing Whitney Houston's induction into the hall of fame, why habits are better than goals, an app that automates saving and of course, there will be a spotlight of an inspiring woman! 
    News Story
    Whitney Houston inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
    Main Topic
    Atomic Habits
    Favorite Things
    Taco, Cat, Goat, Cheese, Pizza game
    Towel Clips
    The Book of Gutsy Women
    Qapital app
    Missing Link movie
    Inspiring Woman
    Diana Nyad

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 69 - Our 20 in 2020

    Episode 69 - Our 20 in 2020

    Welcome to The Sisterhood Podcast, episode 69, Our 20 in 2020. In today’s episode we will talking about Meghan and Harry leaving the royal family, our 20 in 2020, a Michelle Obama journal, and as always, we will do a spotlight of an inspiring woman.  
    Favorite Things
    Becoming Journal
    OXO Containers
    Ferrero Rocher
    Swig tumbler & Water Refreshers
    Chocolate Passport from TJ
    The Lasting App

    Inspiring Sister
    Nalini Nadkarni

    • 56 min
    Episode 68 - Angels Among Us

    Episode 68 - Angels Among Us

    Join Allyson and Tiffany in this "Members in the Room" episode as they discuss the discontinuation of church pageants, the reality of angels among us, favorite Christmas picture books, and a spotlight of Allyson's mom who passed away in October 2018. 
    News Story: 
    The Discontinuation of Church Pageants
    Favorite Things: 
    Tiffany
    Infant Holy, Infant Lowly music video
    The Crippled Lamb picture book
    The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey picture book
    The Legend of the Candy Cane picture book
    Allyson
    Taste Test of Caramels from Trader Joe’s
    Brian Kershisnik’s “She Will Find What Is Lost” artwork
    Christmas Tapestry picture book
    Christmas Day in the Morning picture book
    The Lower Lights Christmas Album
     

    • 53 min
    Episode 67 - When Children Start Asking About Santa

    Episode 67 - When Children Start Asking About Santa

    *Due to the subject of today’s episode-it is not recommended for young children to be listening with you.
    Welcome to The Sisterhood Podcast, episode 67, When Children Start asking about Santa! In today’s episode we will talk about another reason to love Mr Rogers, when children start asking about Santa, a 5lb loaf of caramel, and as always, we will do a spotlight of an inspiring woman. 
    News Story
    Mr Rogers' Hallmark Window Display

    Main Topic
    Santa is Welcome at Our House article by Tiffany
    Keeping Santa’s Magic Alive When Older Children Start Asking article by Tiffany
    When Do Kids Give Up on Santa
    Your Children believe in Santa? Why a Scientist Says to Stop.
    Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus editorial
    What Santa Teaches Us About our Capacity to Believe
    It’s Okay For Kids to Keep Believing in Santa
    Favorite Things
    Susan Boyle’s “I Believe in Father Christmas”
    Peter’s Caramel Loaf
    Tiny Kindnesses IG account (Allyson and Tiffany's favorite)
    The Durrells in Corfu on Masterpiece Theater 
    Wordscapes app/game
    Inspiring Sister Spotlight
    History of St Jude's
    Marlo Thomas

    • 49 min
    Episode 66: Idealizing Motherhood, Part 2 with Dr. Julie Hanks

    Episode 66: Idealizing Motherhood, Part 2 with Dr. Julie Hanks

    Join Tiffany and Allyson this week as they discuss Jenna Hager Bush's treasured Christmas stocking, eyebrow tinting, the first all female paving crew, and a fabulous interview with Dr. Julie Hanks about her Tedx talk, "Idealizing Motherhood." 
    News Story: 
    Jenna Hager Bush's unexpected Christmas gift
    Main Topic: 
    Julie's Tedx Talk
    Dr. Julie Hanks' website
    Favorite Things: 
    Julie:
    Hush Puppies Ballet Flats 
    Old Navy Jumper
    McDonalds Diet Coke (it tastes better!)
    Allyson:
    Eyebrow tinting
    Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult
    Elevate App (brain games)
    Inspiring Woman:
    First all female paving crew
     
     
     

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 65 - Thanksgiving Table Topics

    Episode 65 - Thanksgiving Table Topics

    Welcome to The Sisterhood Podcast, episode 65, Thanksgiving Day Table Topics. In today’s episode we will share the ultimate ranking of Thanksgiving side dishes, Thanksgiving Day Table Topics, a jigsaw puzzle of powerful women, and as always, we will do a spotlight of an inspiring woman.  
    Current Event
    10 Lovely Thanksgiving Traditions We’re Stealing for Ourselves
    Top Thanksgiving Recipes in Every State
    #3 Green bean casserole from Every Thanksgiving side dish, ranked
    Uno removes red and blue cards to keep Thanksgiving ‘politics-free’
    Main Topic Table Topic Questions
    Like the colonists who left England in the early 1600's what do you think it would be like to leave behind everything and start over?
    The first American Settlers had to find a way to sustain life in their new communities. Tell us about your first job.
    Can you remember someone thanking you for something you didn't realize was special or extraordinary?
    The first colonists in North America were willing to sacrifice everything to set up colonies for religious and political freedom. What causes in your life would you be willing to sacrifice for?
    Which teacher in your life do you appreciate the most, and why?
    When and where was your most memorable Thanksgiving and why?
    If you could start a new country, what would be your first and most important law?
    Is there someone's recipe for a Thanksgiving dish that you look forward to every year?
    Thanksgiving is an occasion to celebrate change and growth. How have you changed in the past year?
    What is your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?
    Favorite Things
    Birchbender Paleo pancakes
    Maca Powder for smoothies
    Eddie Bauer rainboots
    Little Feminist Puzzle
    Clothes Steamer
    The Soldier’s Wife
    Inspiring Sister Spotlight
    Wilma Mankiller

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

TriciaSuth ,

Feel like I have new friends!

Loved the podcast this week! I wanted to join in the conversation...all my kids are past Santa age and it makes for a less magical Christmas. We still have fun traditions but miss the excitement of Santa. Also, I wish I had given less presents when they were younger because it sets a high bar when they’re older. I also wanted to tell you I saw the Mr. Rogers movie and loved it! Lastly, thank you for your podcast. I work as a therapist and have a long commute. After a long day of therapy it is nice to have your spirited and thought provoking discussion to enjoy. I particularly like your spotlights on good women. This is my first review ever, and that’s saying some thing because I listen to a lot of podcasts while commuting!! Thank you!

Hiking Mom in Utah! ,

The ONLY podcast I listen to!

I have grown up in Utah to very conservative parents who were wonderful in sharing their beliefs. However, having difficult conversations about the church was never a part of my upbringing. I love how you have open and heartfelt discussions about church topics in your "members in the room" podcasts and provide me with needed help and insite with how to deal with many controversial topics in the church today. I too chose to stay and believe, but these topics have helped me to understand and value those that choose differently. Thank you for that!

hotdog guy 365 ,

My favorite podcast

I have been listening to the podcast from the very first episode and I look forward to each new episode. I’m bummed when a week goes by without a new one. I appreciate the sacrifices that Allyson and Tiffany make when they put out an episode. (I wish that we get it monetized somehow!)

I know Allyson. She is one of my favorite people. Fun, down to earth and smart! I feel like I know Tiffany just from listening to the podcast. And she is one of my new favorite people!

I think some of the best podcasts for me have been for the members in the room. I love that they are honest in their opinions and aren’t afraid to share more liberal views on Mormonism and it’s culture.

I get great ideas from the podcasts as well. I’ve done the panini bar several times for family Sunday dinner. And I even had a sleepover with my girls after Tiffany mentioned the sleepover with her daughter.

The ladies are so relatable on many issues. I admired Tiffany and her son for being open about his struggles. I have a daughter who struggles a great deal. Its always comforting to know that there are others who have similar struggles. That you aren’t alone.

I also admit to listening to some episodes more than once. I’m in my car a lot for work so I have plenty of opportunities to replay my favorite episodes! Thanks for all the great discussions!

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