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Episode 209: Finding Sisterhood Through Hard Times with Ana Pompa Alarcón Rawls of @findsisterhood

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It’s a new episode! This week we speak to Ana Pompa Alarcón Rawls, founder and CEO of findSisterhood. She’s a badass mom who created a new social network for women to share stories anonymously. We talk about her two incredible birth experiences, her postpartum depression that inspired her to create this safe space for women to connect, and the empowering app that turns one year old this month. This episode is funny, spicy and will leave you feeling inspired to go for your goals just like our friend did.

Before the interview, Bricia and Paulina relive their weekend since it was the grand opening of Mama Rabbit in Las Vegas. They also had THE BEST dinner at Jaleo by Jose Andres in the Cosmopolitan hotel and had such a heartfelt, fun night with the family. Paulina also talks about the amazing time she had at the Current Conference in Austin, Texas and how she can’t wait to visit the city again. 

Pick or Tip of the Week

Paulina’s pick is a sunscreeen (she has been very moisturized last week, check out last week’s pick). It’s the Coola Full Spectrum 360 Mineral Sun Silk Crème Organic Sunscreen SPF 30. She’s been using it on herself and her family every morning because Krista never wants to wear sunscreen when she’s playing outside, so Paulina has made it part of everyone’s morning routine. She loves that it’s organic and makes her skin feel moisturized all day.

To keep in the spirit of a bougie Vegas weekend, Bricia’s pick is a bougie beauty product. You already know she watches too many YouTube makeup tutorials and she’s obsessed with all the makeup on the show Euphoria. Since she did her own hair and makeup all weekend in Vegas, she decided to buy a new foundation and fell in love with the Pat McGrath Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Foundation. It has a medium coverage that’s very buildable and she promises it’s worth the hype.

Links

Follow @findSisterhood on Instagram and download the findSisterhood app.

You can listen to their podcast, unspokenTruths wherever you find your podcasts.