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A lifestyle podcast where Yarel Ramos and Jessica Molina talk careers, spirituality, self-care, personal improvement and so much more!
 
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Karli Henriquez is one of the most versatile women in media [period]. She's worked in radio, TV, digital start-ups, and more. The brilliance of Karli isn't just that she's incredibly talented or always going hard for her culture (which she is), but also that she's all about making sure her progress creates opportunities for more women of color. ...…
 
A huge component of our overall physical and emotional well-being. Both of us didn't grow up feeling comfortable talking openly about sex - and even as grown women, we still find ourselves dealing with shame on the topic. But in an effort to liberate ourselves and others, we're going for it and having our first and long overdue episode on SEX. ...…
 
If there's one person who knows about constantly self-destructing in relationships - it's Christine Gutierrez. And the truth is, we all know she's not the only one. Whether you're in a relationship or looking for "the one" chances are you're still working on breaking through bad habits to have a successful love life. In this episode, therapist ...…
 
Hola! We are so excited for you to listen to the episode where we interview our girl Kim Guerra. She is the creator of Brown Badass Bonita a brand and movement she considers a revolutionary act of self love and love for our Latinx community. We discuss how her fuego apparel brand is empowering our culture and mujeres in our community. This epis ...…
 
Tune into Mariana Atencio's interview who is a correspondent for MSNBC and NBC News, a TED speaker and an overall powerhouse. Every minute of this episode is gold! Join us for this casual convo and check out how one woman’s roots within the Latino community helped her magnify the culture and world that media seemed to keep missing. Atencio also ...…
 
Hola boos! We have an exciting new episode with the founder of Hija de Tu Madre, Patty Delgado. Patty’s business interweaves artistic design with spirited identity statements such as apparel, jewelry, office supplies, and even phone cases. Yarel and Jessica chat with Patty about what drives her creativity, what she’s learned, and how she keeps ...…
 
Be ready to get fired up in this interview with Sara Mora who is the leading voice for immigration reform. She is an organizer and DACA recipient who does not hesitate to stand up for her community. You will learn more about how Sara got started in her journey and shares ways how we can also create change within our local communities. Have a qu ...…
 
Hola boos! What are your spring rituals? With the new season do you do a deep clean or is it same ol'? Today Yarel and Jess talk about welcoming the new season, the perks of traveling with parents (yup! that's a thing!), and answer a listener question on self-care. Have a question for us? Email: waitholduppodcast@gmail.com Follow the podcast: @ ...…
 
Truth is, when it comes to saving and investing our money, many of us don't know where to start, which is why we're so happy to be joined by financial advisor, Eva Macias. In this convo, Eva talks retirement (yes y'all, we need to think of that now!), shares her tips for investing for the big picture and how our mindset and abundance mentality ...…
 
We have been wanting to sit with the brilliant host of Latinx Therapy, Adriana Alejandre for a long time and we FINALLY made it happen. Adriana is such an important voice in the mental health space and she's advocating for POCs to break the stigma surrounding mental illness. In this episode we chat about her work as a therapist, the critical wo ...…
 
Truthfully, does the idea of a 10 day silent meditation sound awesome or terrifying to you? For Jessica, it sounds like torture, but Yarel started her year with a Vipassana retreat and absolutely loved it. We're back with our first episode where she shares what made this experience so special and gives us all some insight on how we can become m ...…
 
Hey boos – this is our last episode of the season! Since the new year is fast approaching we talk about our personal plans for 2019 and overcoming the doubt that creeps in when we try and set new goals for ourselves. And we get into how we deal with being around family during the holidays and getting all the questions about our romantic relatio ...…
 
When you meet Julissa Prado, it may be her GORGEOUS full head of curls that first captures your attention, but it's her brilliance, passion, and straight up homegirl vibes that will make you fall in love. (As we can attest to). In this episode, Julissa shares how her past struggling to accept her curls ultimately led her to create the curly hai ...…
 
Amores! Apologies for missing a couple of weeks, but we're back with an episode that we're sure soooo many of you can relate to! In this episode, we catch up on what's been going on in our lives and talk about the topic so many of us struggle with: self-love. As this holiday season prompts us to think about what we're thankful for, we can't hel ...…
 
The midterm elections are less than a week away (cue suspenseful music). The news cycle has been nonstop about these elections, but one thing is still abundantly clear – many of us don't even understand why they matter (meaning we don't show up to vote). Well, we got to speak with Diana Colín of the Chirla Action Fund and she explained what exa ...…
 
To say Lucy Flores' story is remarkable, would be a severe understatement. At a very young age Lucy found herself living a life of tremendous hardships. During adolescence her family was abandoned by her mother and in her teens she wound up gang-banging and found herself in the school to prison pipeline. But with the right parole officer and a ...…
 
Chances are, you've probably been captivated by Yung Pueblo's short, yet poignant, poems on Instagram, that's because Diego Perez b.k.a Yung Pueblo, knows the words that our souls need. In this episode, we get to talk to the man behind the powerful Instagram account. We learn how Diego developed Yung Pueblo, his transformation through meditatio ...…
 
This week we're joined by the super fly and oh-so-talented, Yari Blanco: founder of the digital sisterhood, The Girl Mob, and Senior Manager of Culture and Diversity at The Wing. Yari is one of Jessica's closest homegirls (and one of the most brutally honest), meaning this conversation got very real, extra fast. Listen up as we talk about takin ...…
 
Millana Snow is one of those people who you instantly want to become friends with. She's confident, intelligent, self-aware, and can teach you a ton about how to truly get in tune with yourself – making her, of course, an amazing guest to interview. In an effort to truly understand what it means to "do the work" to help us all live our best liv ...…
 
We can't believe a year has flown by, but we just hit the one year mark of this podcast! Thank you all for rocking with us! In this episode, we talk about surprising challenges of starting the show and what we've been most surprised by. Plus, we get into the BS of being called too 'emotional' or 'sensitive' – and we all need to just learn to em ...…
 
Tony Peralta is the mastermind behind the Peralta Project – a brand that celebrates both Dominican and New York culture. His styles are beloved by Latinos of all ethnicities who see a chance to rep their cultura boldly (and in a dope fashion). In this episode Tony talks about his come-up, what the entrepreneurial space is like as a man of color ...…
 
Many of you might know Linda Garcia as Luz Warrior. It doesn't really matter what name you call her by, with her, you're always going to get a genuine, passionate individual who knows her place in the world. It wasn't always that way for her though. Linda will be the first to tell you of the years she felt lost, but now, more than ever, she's l ...…
 
Lubna Hindi is the embodiment of the modern woman – driven by multiple passions like activism, pop culture, and geography, Lubna's found a way to combine her many loves to live an authentic life and honor her truest self. That process hasn't been easy, and through her work with the mentorship organization, Step Up, she helps other young girls f ...…
 
There comes a point in every artist or dreamer's life where they're faced with the reality that conforming to other people's preferences may just help them "make it." But for singer Raquel Rodriguez, conformity is not an option. The soulful, L.A. native is taking on the music industry on her terms and her authenticity is bringing out a quality ...…
 
Speaking with Marcela Arrieta easily turned into a therapeutic session for both of us and we're sure it will for you all as well. Marcela is a Pranic energy healer who has spent years fine-tuning her skills and helping people resolve the pain in their lives and remove toxic energy. In this conversation she talks about how we can all start to re ...…
 
After an unintended brief hiatus we are back! During this time off, we both celebrated our birthdays and had some intense emotional responses to turning another year older. Tune in as we share our very unique experiences and talk about breaking down the BS rules associated with getting older. We both have had some major growth moments over the ...…
 
For women who want to have kids, it can come as a painful shock when you learn that your ability to have kids isn't as easy as you'd hope. As women are waiting to have children later in life, many who struggle with getting pregnant are turning to IVF, as is the case with our guest on this episode, Grasie Mercedes. You may know Grasie from her g ...…
 
Many know Rosie Rivera as the sister to the late, great singer Jenni Rivera, but on today's show, you may get to know her in a whole new light as Rosie shares her truth about being sexually assaulted* at 8, how she healed from that experience, and how she's helping other victims of sexual abuse. In this honest and REAL conversation, we talk rel ...…
 
Laura Zapata is an Austin, Texas native who made the move to NY to pursue her dreams of being a fashion stylist over 10 years ago. There's no denying that her leap of faith paid off. She's been a stylist for numerous celebrities, worked on the CW's "Dynasty," and is helping many up-and-coming Latinx actors find their style, all while repping he ...…
 
Nyakio Kamoche Grieco is the founder of nyakio, a collection of prestige skincare products inspired bybeauty secrets she discovered through her Kenyan family, friends and world travels. In this episode, not only does Nyakio share the tips we all need to have luscious and gorgeous skin, but she also gives us insight into what it takes to be a bu ...…
 
For far too long the fitness industry has had us thinking that we need to change how we look to fit other people's ideas of perfection, but personal trainer Camila Ramón is here to switch things up. In this episode Cami offers insight into the importance of balance, finding a fitness routine that's right for you, loving your body (no matter wha ...…
 
Steve Patiño, known by many as Sneaker Steve, has carved out a career many would dream of in the sneaker and fashion world. He's owned apparel companies, been an executive at top footwear companies, and helped broker mega deals between brands. As a Colombian-American from Queens, NY, Steve's story will resonate with those who are the first to h ...…
 
It's 2018 and we're all about our business! But as working women we constantly run into the issue of networking with guys who don't know how to keep things professional and instead get all flirty and can't take women seriously in professional environments. Trying to dodge flirty advances while also making business connects can truly be a challe ...…
 
This week we're joined by on-air personality Natalia Perez. You may be familiar with Natalia's voice after hearing her on Big Boy's Neighborhood on iHeart Radio's Real 92.3 or if you're ever at an L.A. Dodgers game, you may see her doing her thing as an in-game host. In this episode, Natalia talks about her come-up in radio, how professing her ...…
 
For this episode we had the pleasure of speaking with Womb Shaman and Body Wisdom Educator, Anabel Vizcarra. Anabel enlightens us on the disconnect women have experienced from our bodies, resulting in a loss of living to our fullest potential and in our complete power. On the show she offers some ways us women can learn to reconnect with our wo ...…
 
As two women in our late 20s, early 30s who are not married and have no kids - we're constantly fielding questions about our marital status and when we're planning to start a family. It's frustrating that our worth is constantly being determined by, as Tracee Ellis Ross put it, our "marriage and carriage counts." In this episode we keep it real ...…
 
It's Women's History Month and although we like to celebrate the amazing strength and determination of women every damn day – this week we're taking a special moment to look at female empowerment and discuss actionable ways we can all make sure our feminism isn't just lip service. Along with Brenda and Melinna, the talented women of Tamarindo P ...…
 
Episode 17 with Oscar López Rivera had an error and cut off around the 15 minute mark. This is the full and complete interview. We apologize for the error. Hope you enjoy! -- For today’s episode Jessica had the honor to speak with Oscar López Rivera. Oscar is a Puerto Rican nationalist who is the longest held Puerto Rican political prisoner hav ...…
 
Today we're talking with the fabulous Julissa Calderon. Julissa is a Dominican writer and actor bringing her comedic flair to Buzzfeed’s Latin channel, Pero Like. She's passionate about Afro-Latino representation and challenging Latino stereotypes. Through her art, Julissa is committed to bringing the Afro-Latino community to the forefront and ...…
 
For today’s episode Jessica had the honor to speak with Oscar López Rivera. Oscar is a Puerto Rican nationalist who is the longest held Puerto Rican political prisoner having served over 35 years. In 2016, President Obama commuted his sentence. In this talk you’ll hear about his hope for PR in the wake of hurricane Maria, how people in the Puer ...…
 
Beautiful people! On this episode we're joined by the talented journalist and author Daniel Hernandez. Daniel has worked for outlets like Vice, The Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, and is the current editor of L.A. Taco. Back in December of 2017, Daniel wrote an op-ed for the LA Times called "The Case Against Latinx" and the backlash soon followed ...…
 
Welcome back to SEASON 2! On this episode we have Irene Vizcarra, owner of Holy Wild, a plant medicine company dedicated to helping us reclaim our connection to Self, Source, and the Earth. Irene tells us how she decided to leave the corporate world in pursue of her dreams, her take on what it means to be a bruja, and offers us all five ways to ...…
 
Loves - this is our last episode of season 1! But before we head out for holiday break we're diving into some more wait, hold up moments. We're living for news of this upcoming royal wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, we're livid over the news of the lack of justice shown toward Cyntoia Brown and are clamoring with others #FreeCynt ...…
 
This week our guest is none other than Spanish recording sensation, Natalia Jimenez. In addition to Natalia's incredible music, she was also a coach on Telemundo's 'La Voz Kids' where she won twice! In this interview Natalia keeps it real about embracing her differences in the music industry, the truth about motherhood (that no one ever talks a ...…
 
Quan Lateef-Hill is a producer, filmmaker, and community leader devoted to creating content and experiences that enrich, enlighten, and empower. She's worked on productions for Black Girls Rock, AfroPunk, Essence Fest (and so much more.) She continues to bring 'edutainment' to the people and reminds us all that your art can create change. Doing ...…
 
This week, Jess and Yarel have some one-on-one time to hash out some wait, hold up moments of the week. They discuss the heartbreaking news of the Sutherland Springs, Texas shooting, a Jelena romantic reunion, Selena Quintanilla finally getting her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the audacity of a woman to body-shame a Dallas traffic rep ...…
 
Amelia Cueva is the owner of A&I Music Entertainment, where she handles music publishing, is a business manager and music consultant. After working for a music publisher for 10 ½ years, she took the risk of starting her own company. Here, we’re going to learn the 'wait, hold up' moment that led to her breaking out on her own and the obstacles t ...…
 
We dive into the BS that we hear when we're told that we don't look, act, or talk "Latina enough" for some people. Have you been told you're not "enough" for someone before. Let's stop trying to fit into other people's ideas of who we're supposed to be. Follow us on Instagram & Twitter: @waitholduppod Follow us: @yarel_ramos & @heyjessmolina…
 
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