Four Grown-ass Women of the Apocalypse is a roundtable discussion with Jacque Braun, Suzette Grillot and fellow women business owners and podcasters Sereta Wilson and Kate Bierman. We discuss how the pandemic has affected our businesses and personal lives and changes we’ve seen in other local businesses. You’ll also get a mini history lesson and as always with us, some laughs.
How the Coronavirus works in your body: shorturl.at/dCKQY
Annie's Ruff House: http://anniesruffhouse.com
Yellow Dog Coffee Company: https://www.yellowdogcoffeecompany.com
Coolbeans Coffee: https://www.coolbeansnorman.com
Whiskey Cake: https://www.whiskeycake.com
Pinot's Palette: https://www.pinotspalette.com/norman
Joe Coffee: https://joe.coffee
Trek Bicycle Shop: https://www.trekbikes.com/us/en_US/retail/oklahoma_city/
This is the 2nd episode of Four Grown-ass Women of the Apocalypse, with Jacque Braun, Suzette Grillot, Sereta Wilson and Kate Bierman. In this episode we discuss housing insecurity during the pandemic and how this crisis has exposed and deepened inequality in America. We also talk about what we miss about the old days, new projects and the things that bring us joy. We’re happy to have you join us for this mix of serious discussion and joyful banter.
In this episode of Four Grown-ass Women of the Apocalypse, Suzette Grillot, Sereta Wilson, Kate Bierman and Jacque Braun talk about how the world has changed with COVID-19, a new way to look at patriotism, the pandemic’s effect on technology, and as always, the things that bring us joy with an update on Sereta’s secret rowing machine saga.
In this episode of Four Grown-ass Women of the Apocalypse, we talk about relationships and what we’ve learned about our significant others during the quarantine, and we take a minute to recognize our privilege during this crisis. Join us for a bearing of souls, some policy discussion and as always, some laughs.
On this episode of Four Grown-ass Women of the Apocalypse, we discuss a recent event that has subjected Sereta and Kate to the effects of toxic masculinity with online bullying. But as always, we end on a joyful note.
In this episode we discuss corruption, the hellscape that is the unemployment application process and the re-opening of businesses in Oklahoma. And as always, we end with joy.
In this episode we offer a response to the reaction of some Norman residents to the infamous Episode 5 of this podcast.