A comedy podcast about motherhood and how unnatural it sometimes is. We aren't all magical vessels! Join us every week as we deal with the thrills and embarrassments of motherhood and strive for less judging, and more laughing.
What's the secret to great writing? Sex! That, and investing the time to write. The Secret Lives of Church Ladies author Deesha Philyaw returns to talk co-parenting, writing inside and outside the church, and how everybody's from Cordele, Georgia. Plus, Biz was sick.
Troublemakers and The Cure fans unite! Neil Katcher of Ooh You're In Trouble and Mortified joins Biz to share in the solidarity of humiliation! Plus, Biz shares her teen angst through the art of poetry.
Get your game face on and fill your boxes. The Ellis sisters are here to haggle! Unless it's the end of the day. Then it's $5. Helen Ellis, Biz's sister and author of Bring Your Baggage and Don't Pack Light, is on the show to talk garage sales, the decline in demand for china sets, and the march of time. Plus, Biz was wrong.
Now that COVID restrictions have been lifted, is it time to panic? No! Biz steps up to the ring to pummel an expert with all the questions you may have! Dr. Lena van der List of UC Davis Children's Hospital joins us to talk masks, pregnancy, pools, camps, beaches, and the risks of socializing with the loosey-goosey. Plus, Biz loves a library.
Is greatness achieved through your accomplishments or by knowing who you are? Put away your pins (or maybe have the kids pick them up), because author Ben Brashares and illustrator Elizabeth Bergeland join Biz to kick off summer reading! Plus, Biz is on the move.
It's time to Womp up the Jamz! Actress comedians and real life best friends Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham join Biz to talk about birthing their TV babies while pregnant with their actual babies. Plus, Biz has a bad feeling about this.
All the way from Australia, we brought in a professional to confirm what OBM has always known: Moms don't want your advice. Comedian and author Nelly Thomas joins us to break down the nomenclature confusion behind molls, roots, and petting your chinchilla. Plus, Biz can feel it.
We're talking about tweens! Awkward. Biz welcomes Judith Warner, author of And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School, to discuss angst, isolation, and "the deflation of childhood happiness." It's a good time. Plus, Biz finds things still confusing.