Missy Modell hosts Rotana, Christina Wolfgram and Alison Deyette on the series premiere of The Nest. Full of self-care tips, rapid fire discussion on organic tampons and stories of public period trauma, this episode bleeds with authentic female conversation and lots of laughter. If you thought cartels were cool on TV, imagine the drug deal-like tampon exchange women have endured everywhere over the ages!
Missy Modell and her guests comedian Lily Drew, singer/comedian Lia Richardson, comedian Kendall Milton and activist/singer Malynda Hale deconstruct anxiety and how to live with it--and without it. With self-love, meditation and CBD these women address their personal anxiety issues and share how they maintain balance in their lives on The Nest.
Missy Modell explores the expectations of motherhood with her guests Stella Simona, Remy Kassimir and Keira Sumimoto. Is it nature vs. nurture? Do dolls lead to babies? Join the women talking about what feels right and why you should let normal-looking people touch your cute baby. Get cozy and experience pregnancy orgasms and cannabis judgment on The Nest. Hopefully the epidural works!
Missy Modell takes a deep dive into relationships with Pot Pie chef Brandin LaShea, actress-model Lauren Weststeyn and director-producer Neeko. Do I talk about having kids on the first date? What does "it's complicated" mean? Is it okay to flirt in front of my boyfriend? What if the dude doesn't dig my horse? The women tackle all these questions and more in an episode where everyone loves Runaway Bride. Makeup sex is real on The Nest.
Missy Modell explores fertility with her guests musician/podcast host Meghan Tonjes, comedian/writer Danielle Perez, women’s health specialist Nicole Granato and host/journalist Markeia McCarty. Candid and honest, the women circle up about the complexities and joy of pregnancy, from the cultural expectations to real life manifestation. This is women’s health on blast, on The Nest.
A new year can inspire a new you, and The Nest is here to help with an episode devoted to health, wellness and self care. Host Missy Modell welcomes singer Julia Nunes, comedian Stephanie Simbari and editor Anna Duckworth for a discussion on vampire facials, rubbing crystals under your eyes, being "90 percent vegan" and how nearly pissing your pants can make you more gorgeous.
"What are your thoughts on orgasmic meditation?" asks host Missy Modell. Life coach Ryan Weiss (Waking Up with Ryan), actress-comedian Santina Muha and actress-singer Elena Satine help tackle this question and many others in an episode devoted to spirituality. Is it hot to tell someone your personal mantra or to fully embrace The Secret? Check out The Nest and find out.
Missy Modell and her guests wrestling commentator/host Rachel Evans, mom/actor Ashley Scott and writer/actress/comedian Avital Ash chop it up over body image and reflect on their struggles to appreciate themselves completely everyday. The beautiful women dissect the need for Instagram filters and relate bad-mouthed moments and disparaging comparisons. Watch as gems of wisdom emerge from their connections and light their conversation. Love your body on The Nest.
"Creativity is one's openness to self-expression," says HOLYCHILD singer Liz Nistico. "[It's] being uninhibited enough to hear what your self is trying to say to the world." Host Missy Modell welcomes Nistico, photographer/musician Kanya Iwana and sacred activist/rapper Lizzy Jeff for an in-depth discussion on creative expression and inspiration. Which artist released her debut EP on 420? Find out on the latest episode of The Nest.
Films like The Big Short and The Wolf of Wall Street epitomize the relationship that many men have with money, but women often have a different experience. Clarke Wolfe, Renee Cohen and Michelle Zauzig join host Missy Modell as they explore feminine views on finance and how such viewpoints can be shaped by upbringing and environment. Embrace your inner financial feminist with The Nest!
"Some of the worst mistakes in my life were haircuts" must be one of Jim Morrison's more ironic quotes, but The Doors singer isn't alone in battling with hair follicles. In an episode dedicated to hairy situations, guests Jaclyn Welcher, Anna Gillcrist, Zahra Ali and Malia Miglino tackle tough topics like n*pple hair, second puberties and the role of ancient prostitutes in all of this.
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