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GeekGirl Meets is a podcast that showcases female role models. GeekGirl host Cathy White (cathywhite10 on twitter), interviews an incredible woman in tech to unpick her career and provide inspiration for anyone considering a career change, looking to get motivated and wanting to explore the unknown.
 
Each week the staff of GeekGirl World gets together to talk about various topics on their minds. Sometimes it will be what books or comics we are reading, what movies and TV shows we are watching, even what make-up we are trying out. So tune in because you never know what may come up!
 
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Thank you, thank you, thank you to our Patreon supporters! To join the lovely folks keeping this podcast running (AND get some cool rewards), click here. This week we want to especially thank Shannon, Katelynn, Stephanie, Megan, Erin, and Christina. We couldn’t do any of this without you. This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illu…
 
Thank you, thank you, thank you to our Patreon supporters! To join the lovely folks keeping this podcast running (AND get some cool rewards), click here. This week we want to especially thank Elle, Heather, Danielle, Gabriela, Kelsey, and Stephanie. We love you forever. This episode is sponsored by Geeklery, the small batch fandom jewelry brand of …
 
As always, we want to thank our faithful Patreon supporters: Jesseca, Kristen, Virginia, Hillari, Pamela, and Heather. We can’t do anything we’re doing without you. We’d also like to give a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! Check out their Chicago-based shop for all of your geeky and nostalgic needs. This week, we’re celebrating all …
 
Thank you, thank you, thank you to our Patreon supporters! To join the lovely folks keeping this podcast running (AND get some cool rewards), click here. This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! I am very very excited to have Robyn Warren of Geek Gi…
 
Thank you, thank you, thank you to our Patreon supporters! To join the lovely folks keeping this podcast running (AND get some cool rewards), click here. This episode is sponsored by Geeklery, the small batch fandom jewelry brand of your dreams. This week’s episode is exciting for two reasons. One, we get to lose our minds reveling in the glory tha…
 
As always, we want to thank our faithful Patreon supporters: Andi, Athena, Kathleen, Leigh, Rebecca, and Alexa. We can’t do anything we’re doing without you. We’d also like to give a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! Check out their Chicago-based shop for all of your geeky and nostalgic needs. We’ve been living in Kickstarter land la…
 
Our Kickstarter ends tomorrow! This is your last chance to get our Editor’s Pick Boxes! As always, we want to thank our faithful Patreon supporters: Mark, Meghan, Evangelina, Amber, Danielle, and Tyler. We can’t do anything we’re doing without you. This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to chec…
 
Before this week’s episode, we want to thank some lovely Patreon supporters: Samantha, Jamie, Katherine, Michelle, Sarah, and Jennifer. Thank you, thank you, thank you! This episode is sponsored by Geeklery, the small batch fandom jewelry brand of your dreams. Okay, have you heard of BTS? I hadn’t, until it seemed like everyone in my life couldn’t …
 
Before this week’s episode, we want to thank some lovely Patreon supporters: Kimberly, Teri, Ruth, Maddie, and Ali. Thank you, thank you, thank you! We’d like to give a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! Check out their Chicago-based shop for all of your geeky and nostalgic needs. This week, we’re asking ourselves a very important que…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! Liz and Jordan are back to chat about the second Sartorial Geek Kickstarter! We’ve spent most of 2020 trying to pivot/survive this new chaos, and our Kickstarter campaign is our pandemic solution to The Sarto…
 
Before this week’s episode, we want to thank some lovely Patreon supporters: Angelica, Cat, Taire, Sarah, and Kimma. Thank you for your fierce support! WE ALSO HAVE A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! OUR SECOND KICKSTARTER IS LIVE! You can check it out here. This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check…
 
Before this week’s episode, we want to thank some lovely Patreon supporters: Amber, Christina, Jennifer, Kristen, and Jenna. We love you forever! We’d also like to thank this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! Check out their Chicago-based shop for all of your geeky and nostalgic needs. Last week we debuted our “Should I Watch/Read/Play/Listen to” series, …
 
Before our episode, we want to shout out some of the wonderful people who are keeping The Sartorial Geek running via our Patreon: Audrey, Sharon, Leslie, Latoya, and Julianne. We love you forever! This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! Hello and w…
 
Before our episode, we want to thank some of our very lovely Patreon supporters for keeping things running at The Sartorial Geek. So thank you Kimberly, Emily, Victoria, Ashlyn, and Maddie! You all know Alice and Nina as the two lovely humans who co-run our #SGFashionFix challenges, and I’m so excited to have them back today to discuss one of their…
 
We’d like to give a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! I’m embarrassed about how long it’s taken me to introduce you all to Missy and Merri, the duo behind Fake Geek Girls podcast. If you like what we’re doing at The Sartorial Geek (hi, thank you), I think you’ll also want to subscribe to Fake Geek Girls. Fake Geek Girls is a podcast …
 
This tip is one of Liz’s go to moves. When in doubt, go fancier. No need to go overboard here, but it always feels nicer to be slightly over dressed instead of under dressed. And there are so many simple ways to do this, like stepping up your accessory game! Special thanks to our editor + music composer Dan Ison and our executive producers for this…
 
Holy cow, friends. 100 episodes. This is a strange time to celebrate things, but it also feels important to take a moment to acknowledge good and exciting moments as they happen. Liz and I are so thankful for every single person who has allowed The Sartorial Geek to be what it is. This is a community that we’re proud of, that we learn from, and tha…
 
Remember how last week I said our mini episode order got crazy? That’s why we’re talking about winter jackets in July. Whoops. Either way, Liz shares a tip that not everyone knows (and that I certainly didn’t for most of my life). If you buy a coat with tails, there may be a thread in the shape of an “X” keeping them together. That thread is not su…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! For those of you who don’t already know comics writer Erica Schultz, I am so excited to introduce you to her in this episode. Erica’s latest comic, Forgotten Home, is now available to read digitally on Comixo…
 
Okay so… our mini episode order got a little weird. We’re traveling back in time to pre-quarantine, when Liz, Dan, and Jordan were casually chatting fashion tips. This week’s tip is essentially, whatever you wear, do it with confidence. Stand up straight. Be proud. Confidence is the best accessory. Special thanks to our editor + music composer Dan …
 
And we’re BACK with another fashion challenge! Summer’s the big one, and boy are we excited for this distraction. July’s challenge functions a bit differently from the others: each week of July has a general theme, and you can enter as often or as little as you’d like. We dive deeper into the “rules” and explanations of each prompt in this episode …
 
This week’s mini episode explores one of the fashion lessons I’ve discovered during quarantine. I’ve been fortunate enough to rarely have to leave my house during this pandemic, which means I’ve been able to dress basically however I want. Because you all know how I feel about fashion, I honestly expected this to be the season of sweatpants and old…
 
THANK YOU to this week’s Patreon supporters: Natasha, Elizabeth, Erin, Katelyn, Sara, and Kira. We love you. We’d also like to give a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! This week’s episode is coming out a week later than scheduled because we wanted to leave space for important conversations to happen last week (because #BlackLivesMatt…
 
Instead of a fashion tip this week, we’re talking about something much more important. We’ve been considering how to best use Sartorial Geek’s platform in times like this, when people are being hurt, when systems are broken, when our community is in pain. Our main goal with Sartorial Geek has always been taking care of our community, and we’re gath…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! Geeky brands and artists, this week’s episode may be the answer to your prayers. Unfortunately, as an artist, honing your creative talents is only a fraction of the skillset you need to make a profit from you…
 
Everything is crazy right now, but we do have some exciting digital news. The Sartorial Geek Book Club is coming to Discord! Kristin from @superspacechick (and her bookish YouTube) is leading an open book club starting this June. Our first book choice is The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins. Join us for digital chats and all kinds …
 
We’ve never really done anything like this before, but in these crazy times, anything goes! And with that, a very important disclaimer: THIS EPISODE IS FULL OF WESTWORLD SPOILERS THROUGH SEASON 3. We start the episode with a bit of fangirling about the show and why everyone who isn’t yet watching Westworld should be (so if you need a little convinc…
 
Hello, Sartorial Geeks! Thanks to you, our spring fashion challenge was a wild success. You all looked amazing, and I haven’t crunched the final numbers, but I’m pretty sure more people entered than ever before. We’re working to get all of your photos up on the site and get all of your prizes out in the mail. We had so much fun this time and heard …
 
Hi, friends! If you could use a fun pick-me-up in these trying times, we have something for you. I’m so happy to finally be joined by Alice and Nina, the two fashion goddesses behind our Sartorial Geek Fashion Fix challenges. We talk about how Alice and Nina got started in geeky fashion blogging and then dive into our next fashion challenge! If you…
 
We’re back with Robyn Warren from Geek Girl Strong who is the exact perfect person to talk about how to stay active while staying at home. We chat about all kinds of tips including: Take dance breaks (Robyn made the perfect quarantine playlist) Try out 60 second workouts Walk the stairs in your home or building Look for online challenges Do an at-h…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! This week, we’re joining forces with two favorite organizations: International Geek Girl Pen Pals and Geek Girl Brunch. I’m so thankful for Heidi and Joanna who partnered with me on this virtual pen pal proje…
 
Thanks to Robyn Warren (aka Geek Girl Strong), we have another social distancing mini episode for you! This week we’re talking about how to sneak outdoor benefits when a lot of us can’t really enjoy the outdoors. Some of our suggestions include: Sit or stand by a window Go on your balcony/porch/roof/anything you legally have access to in your home …
 
This week’s episode had to be re-recorded due to an audio error, but I was honestly really glad to talk to Dr. Kathleen Smith again in these wild times. Dr. Kathleen Smith is a licensed therapist and author of the book Everything Isn’t Terrible: Conquer Your Insecurities, Interrupt Your Anxiety, and Finally Calm Down. If there’s any book worth read…
 
We have a special guest for this week’s mini episode! Robyn Warren at @GeekGirlStrong has been posting tips for staying sane and healthy while being ordered to stay at home, and I’m excited to have her here to share some of those tips with you. For this episode, we’re talking about how to stay social while you can’t actually be around other people.…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! This week’s episode features maybe the most fangirl smiling (from me) yet. I am so pleased to introduce you to Kerry Frances, fangirl and actor in Rian Johnson’s Knives Out. So, I freaking loved Knives out. I…
 
This week’s mini episode is a follow up to our last mini… if you’re still a little bit scared. Sometimes, you want to step out of your comfort zone. But that first step is scary. You can take a baby step! If you want to wear more animal print, test it out with an accessory. If you want to wear more bold colors, try a bright necklace or belt. For me…
 
This week, I’m so excited to introduce you to one of The Sartorial Geek’s staff writers Julie Failde! Julie and I were hotel roomies at our first SDCC (thanks, @melificent!), and we’ve been working together as much as possible ever since. Julie has written in The Sartorial Geek magazine and has graced sartorialgeek.com with so many geek fashion OOT…
 
Liz and Jordan are back in action this week with a fashion tip for you! In news that will likely not shock any of our regular listeners, this week’s tip is much easier for Liz and is sort of Jordan’s nightmare. Step outside your comfort zone! Wear that thing in the back of your closet you never feel like you can pull off. Add an accessory you’re no…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon! If you’ve been hanging out with us for a while, you’ve definitely heard of Serial Box. We chatted about their continuation of Orphan Black with Lindsay Smith and some of their original series with Eugene Myer…
 
We’re back with another mini episode, and this week we have a special announcement about our Patreon! Patreon is how we fund everything that happens at The Sartorial Geek. That means hosting our podcast, paying our lovely editor Dan, hosting sartorialgeek.com, hiring some staff writers, paying our magazine contributors, and actually printing The Sa…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her prints and her Patreon! For the first time in 88 episodes… we have our first musical guests! Meet Megan Nichols and Allie Nasr, childhood friends who came together to form MissThis. MissThis is a Folk duo mixing lyrical, harmonic ballads w…
 
This mini episode is combining convention tips and fashion tips because our next fashion challenge is starting next week! ALSO we have a special offer on Patreon until the end of the month for anyone who’s listening live! Check it out! Our comic con tip of the week is to layer up! Throughout the day, you’ll likely walk through many rooms of many di…
 
We’d like to give a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! I’m so excited to introduce you two two members of the Black Girls Create team, Robyn and Bayana. Black Girls Create is a unique intersectional hub for Black creators and critical fandom. Through substantive but easily accessible content, they collaborate to champion the increased…
 
Following up on our “take care of your skin” tip from last week… this week we’re taking care of our feet! Comic cons are rough on your whole body, especially your feet. Wear comfy shoes, use the proper inserts for your body, and as a bonus you can treat yo’ self to a foot spray or foot mask when the con ends! Special thanks to our editor + music co…
 
First off, thank you to this week’s sponsor, LoganArch! We’re so excited to introduce you to real life magical lady Kitty Yeung. Kitty Yeung is a physicist, artist, maker, fashion designer and musician based in Silicon Valley, California. While working on quantum computing in her day job, Kitty is passionate about integrating technology, science, d…
 
Convention season is right around the corner, so we’re back with another comic con tip! This tip combines self care and convention prep. And that tip is… take care of your skin! Convention centers can have super drying air. Take care of your face by packing lotion, chapstick, and eye drops. As a bonus, pick up a facial mask or under-eye gels. As a …
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her prints and her Patreon! And, after a lovely holiday break, we’re back! Liz and I are back together again, recapping some of our favorite things from 2019 and talking about what we’re excited about in 2020. In 2019, we… Kept this podcast go…
 
It’s our last mini episode of the year! This self care tip might be especially easy during the holidays, but it’s also a nice little thing to do for yourself any time of year. Enjoy a special drink! It can be as simple as a glass of water with a slice of lemon, lime, or cucumber, or something a bit fancier. Use a nice glass. Or a fancy straw. Pick …
 
If you love books and aren’t yet following Mackenzi Lee, please allow me to introduce you to your new favorite person. Mackenzi Lee is the author of such wonderful books as The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue series, Marvel’s Loki: Where Mischief Lies, and The History of the World in Fifty Dogs. Mackenzi is also deeply involved in the world of…
 
Okay I used to think this tip was sad, and now I want to go back in time and smack my younger self for that. This week’s self care tip is… Buy yourself flowers! They don’t have to be expensive, and they can truly brighten your space. If you have a green thumb and enough light, you can also choose a live plant friend. Bonus: you can enjoy them where…
 
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