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We Should Be Sleeping
45 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Caring More With Sara Mauskopf
This week, the hosts are over winter and guest Sara Mauskopf, CEO and Co-Founder of Winnie, shares how her frustration with the long search to find child care resulted in her taking matters into her own hands by creating one of the largest online marketplaces for it. Today, Winnie is used throughout the United States and is helping connect millions of parents with high quality child care.
39 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
Spending With Purpose With Mandy Bowman
The week, the hosts break down the GameStop madness and why "narratives" played an important role in the meme stonk circus. Guest Mandy Bowman, founder of Official Black Wall Street, shares the importance of spending with purpose and supporting your community to build generational wealth.
51 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
Mastering Your Craft With Oz Pearlman
Doug's love of watching Elena of Avalor with his kid prompts a discussion about shared interests between parents and their children. Guest Oz Pearlman, Emmy-Award-Winning Mentalist, discusses how he left the corporate world to master his craft and follow his dreams to become one the world's best magicians.
46 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
Reaping Prosperity With Maria Palacio
The hosts share their thoughts on current events. Heather calls out Doug's fast food problem. Guest Maria Palacio, Co-Founder and CEO of Progeny Coffee, shares how she disrupted the Colombia coffee supply chain to bring prosperity to local coffee farmers.
46 minutes | Jan 7, 2021
Daring To Try With Anthony Pompliano
Douglas and Heather take inventory of the kitchen appliances they registered for long ago but have never used and discuss their (lowered) expectations for the new year. Guest Anthony Pompliano shares his journey as bitcoin poster boy and how creating good content is about being willing to try.
47 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
Cutting New Deals With Olivia Landau & Kyle Simon
Heather and Douglas give the only 2020 recap worth doing (the TV shows that gave them life). Guests Olivia Landau and Kyle Simon, Co-Founders of The Clear Cut, share how they are disrupting the diamond industry and why buying engagement rings online is the future of the business.
51 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
Dreaming In Color With Melissa Ben-Ishay
Douglas and Heather ask their vaccine questions and reveal their daughter's expectations for the holidays. Guest Melissa Ben-Ishay, Co-Founder and CEO of Baked by Melissa, shares her recipe for success in doing what she loves and scaling her miniature cupcake empire.ICYMI: Last week, listeners were asked to share their favorite hype songs. You can check out the Spotify playlist here.
54 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Writing Your Ticket with Morgan Housel
Season One of We Should Be Sleeping kicks off. Heather defends why her 6,000 unread emails don't make her a sociopath, and the couple shares their top hype songs for the ages. Guest Morgan Housel, award-winning author of The Psychology of Money: Timeless lessons on wealth, greed, and happiness, discusses his evolution as a "blogger," and if people can ever truly have enough.
30 minutes | Aug 5, 2020
Mini-Series Finale: Sticking with Takeout, Shark Tank with Friends and Coffee Talk
The hosts wrap up WSBS mini-series by discussing why takeout is still the best way to support your favorite restaurants, "investing" in their friend's side hustle, the #freebritney movement, declining pre-mature birthrates and, of course, why coffee is life.
26 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
Projects, Cheese Boards, and Ignoring Kayne West
This week, our hosts share why different projects keep them sane, how much they miss cheese boards and why ignoring Kanye West's "presidential bid" is a must for democracy.
25 minutes | Jul 1, 2020
Why YOUR Child Cried, Gator Bait and When Clutter Actually Works
On this episode, the hosts turn the table on their listeners to find out why their children cried, share their reactions to their college's #1 cheer getting cancelled and discuss why minimalism really doesn't work in the age of Rona.
31 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Friends With Doctors, Boomer Safety and Personal Risk Policy
On this week's episode, the hosts discuss if they can befriend their doctors, wonder if Boomers are taking the same precautions and safety measures with COVID-19 as their Millennial children and explain why developing a personal risk policy can safe you stress and time when making decisions in a pre-vaccinated world.
18 minutes | Jun 6, 2020
BLACK LIVES MATTER
Acceptance. Allyship. Education. Action.Support Black Business:Black NationWe Buy BlackEatOkraWatch:13thDo Not ResistRead:How to be an Antiracist - Ibram X. KendiWhite Fragility - Robin J. DiAngeloThe Man They Wanted Me to Be: Toxic Masculinity and a Crisis of Our Own Making by Jared Yates SextonAnd for Kids:All Are Welcome by Alexandra PenfoldWe're Different, We're the Same by Bobbi KatesA is for Awesome by Eva ChenHair Love by Matthew A. Cherry
26 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Brand Loyalty, Balloon Arches and Stan for Peloton
On this week's episode, the hosts question whether Doug is brand loyal or just OCD, why Heather made a celebratory balloon arch to troll her husband and their unpaid endorsement and love for Peloton.
22 minutes | May 26, 2020
The Birds, Stay at Home Resolutions and Why Cash is King
This week on We Should Be Sleeping, the hosts explain why waking up to birds is, well, for the birds. Heather shares her quarantine resolution and Douglas dives into why holding cash can help you sleep well at night, whenever that is.
26 minutes | May 18, 2020
Sensible Chinos, The Netflix Model and Cleaning for Sport
Things get silly this week as Heather and Douglas discuss the demise of "business casual" attire, questionable Netflix movies, more cancelled culture and Douglas's idea for a house cleaning game show.
21 minutes | May 11, 2020
Nods, Influencer Fatigue and What’s Left of the College Experience
This week, Heather and Douglas talk about nodding to your neighbors, the sad state of Instagram influencers, why their child cried and the changing landscape of higher education amid coronavirus.
23 minutes | May 4, 2020
Welcome to We Should Be Sleeping
Don’t call it a prequel! Okay, it’s a prequel. Join Douglas and Heather Boneparth as they introduce their new show. On this mini-episode, they discuss what food related practices are getting cancelled, the hilarity that’s “SNL From Home” and their thoughts on when working parents will say “when.”
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