Life on the Other Side of Should is a podcast coming to you from the SheHive women’s collective in Ferndale, Michigan. Hosts Ursula Adams and Sonya Mastick debunk the pretty, pretty bullshit women have been taught to believe about themselves and explore how women can thrive when they live life according to their own truths.
New Year, New You?! How about New Year, Same, Beautiful, Goal-driven You? In Season 3, Episode 2 Dr. Corrine Rogers joins us to talk about the fallacy of New Year's resolutions and why setting goals is a healthier approach to self-improvement.
In Season 2, Episode 11 of Life on the Other Side of Should, hosts Sonya Mastick and Ursula Adams discuss whether you SHOULD be making better time of all your free time now that many of us don’t have to commute to work, slowing down and why your body might just crave fish eyeballs.
In Season 2: Episode 8 of Life on the Other Side of Should with Sonya Mastick & Ursula Adams: Should you allow bad (for you) people back into your life? Should we idealize dead people? Should we care about our own legacies?
In this episode, host Ursula Adams is joined by a special cohost, Jane Pierce of Tarot Jane, to discuss whether or not you should change your beliefs, the significance of the summer solstice and empathy hangovers.
In Season 2 | Episode 5 of Life on the Other Side of Should: Should you know everything about racism and being a good ally?
++ Podcasts ++
> Seeing White Podcast - https://www.sceneonradio.org/episode-32-how-race-was.../ (its a specific episode that is mindblowing).
> Speaking of Racism
> That's Not How That Works
++ Books ++
> Women, Race, and Class by Angela Y. Davis
> Check Your Privilege by Myisha Hill
> Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
> White Fragility by Robin Diangelo
> Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad
++ Shows to Watch ++
> The Racial Wealth Gap
> Just Mercy
> Dear White People
> When They See Us
Today on the Life of the Other Side of Should podcast, SheHive Founder, Ursula Adams, and special guest co-host, Jessica V of Brazenly Beautiful, Bodies Without Shame, discuss boobs, the kind of working out that doesn't suck, and their most embarrassing moments inside the dance/yoga studio.
Season 2 | Episode 3: We explore the shoulds that come along with Mother’s Day… Should you feel bad if you aren’t a mother? Should you mend a relationship with a shitty mother? Should you be expected to know anything different than you mother? Also in this episode, Sonya makes up a new word… glitteroris.
In Season 1, Episode 9, hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki are joined by SheHive KeyHolder, Jessica Van Valkenburgh, to discuss Vegas showgirls, what women fear most, Key Ninjas, coaching our daughters on how to not get raped, civil discourse, pregnancy shaming and how women should not be bitches. Or should they?
In Season 1, Episode 8, hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki are joined by SheHive KeyHolder, Jackie Zimmerman, to discuss fat shaming, how we should grieve, working corporate versus owning your own business, and the danger in tying our identities to our jobs.
In Season 1, Episode 6, hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki discuss ASMR, bonding over gossip, when women are accused of being “too empathetic” in the workplace, and whether we “should” be able to handle everything on our own as strong, independent women.
In Season 1, Episode 5, hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki discuss unwritten rules that you should know, caring for family that doesn’t care for you, limiting screen time, farty spouses, and the danger of the HUSTLE culture.
In Season 1, Episode 4, hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki discuss whether women have to wear makeup, eyebrows that fall off, shaving nipples (yeah, you read that right), the choice to have children and what it means to fail as a leader sometimes.
Self-care: You just can’t win! Either we’re lazy slobs or over-indulgent twats. In Episode 3 of Life on the Other Side of Should, hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki discuss the 234 things we should be doing every day and what self-care means to each of us.
In Episode 1: Hosts Ursula, Sonya and Jacki introduce Life on the Other Side of Should, a new podcast of the SheHive, discuss what the concept of "should" means to each of us, dissect "should season" (the beginning of the year), talk silver linings, and dive deep into the fact that we were all today-many-years-old when we learned that there are more than four emotions.