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Author: Paulina and Bricia Lopez

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Hosted by new moms (and sisters) Paulina and Bricia Lopez. Super Mamas is a judgment-free space where new, expecting and experienced mothers can come together to learn from one another, be inspired by each other and bond over their similar upbringings and cultural background.  Laugh and cry along with the Super Mamas every week as they share their stories with friends, experts and each other.  New episode every Tuesday.
After a relaxing Thanksgiving break, we’re back with a new episode! This week, we talk to Gardenia Ramirez, founder/owner of LOLA Y TULA, a collection of handmade Mexican folk art. She talks about her “little” business she created out of love, passion, and necessity, plus all about her family and how her mom showed her that you should always go further, learn more, and get what you want. Before the episode, Bricia shares about her surprise wedding anniversary trip, and it’s a story you’ll want to share with your partner as inspiration for your next couple’s getaway.   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
We’re back from our book tour and we missed the mic.🎙 The three of us, including Fernando, had such a great time traveling together to new cities and meeting everyone who came to our signings - shout out to the Super Mamas Sisters ✨ who made it out too! We ate at so many delicious restaurants, walked everywhere, and even had a scary encounter at our latest stop. This episode is filled with so many laughs and stories from our adventures these last three weeks, so turn up the volume and listen up! For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
This week, we sit down with Dr. Joanne Diaz-Koegl, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. She specializes in couples counseling, premarital counseling, loss & grief, individual and personal growth therapy/coaching and so much more. We asked her about the top issues that cause stress in relationships, how we can be better communicators (hint: it’s by being a better listener), and how to take care of our mental health with all the stress of the holidays. We know that speaking about mental health issues can be taboo in the latinx community, but the more we recognize the normalcy of having a healthy mind, the easier we can make the conversation.   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
This week, we sit down with Carmelita Ramirez-Sanchez, executive director of Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory in Los Angeles. Not only is she a dope Super Mama to two amazing kids, but she also directs an incredible youth program at BHAC. We talk about the classes & careers that students are exposed to through the program, how to explain a career in the arts to parents, and how the program is helping change the lives of incarcerated youths. Carmelita inspired us so much with her love of the arts and showing the local youth that there are more careers than what you traditionally might learn about, especially because we know the hard work that goes into being a chef, running a business or starting your own podcast. This episode will warm your heart, and we know you’ll be looking up this program before the interview is even over.   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
Get excited for this new episode! First, our family cookbook, OAXACA: Home Cooking From the Heart of Mexico, is out today! We’re celebrating by talking to our friend of over a decade and co-writer of the book, Javier Cabral. The Glutster has been writing about food since he was 16 years old and now he’s the editor of LA TACO. We talk about how his obsession with food began and how he took something negative in his life and turned it into a lifelong career.  We also discuss  the year long process of writing the Oaxaca Cookbook, and the respect he has for all the women in his life. This episode will make you laugh hard, your heart swoon, and your stomach hungry!   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
This week is another catch up session with your favorite Super Mamas. We are super busy with birthdays, trips and the Oaxaca cookbook release (one week countdown starts now!). Bricia and Paulina also discuss the importance of retraining your mind to be positive, especially with all the negative content we consume on social media & tv on a daily basis, and how you can empower yourself to end the year strong. Why start next week, next month, or next year when you can start being your best you right now? Let’s finish the year as the best super mamas that we can be.   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
This week on the show, we sit down with Rosie Rivera - entrepreneur, international speaker, author and, oh yeah, the youngest of the Rivera Dynasty. This mama never imagined her life turning upside down over night the way it did, we talk about how  many factors in life like death, children, and other issues can really put a strain on a marriage. Together with her husband, they started a podcast called “The Power of Us” to share their relationship experiences and show listeners that a successful marriage takes effort and intention on both parts. Rosie’s interview will inspire you to hold on to your faith even in your darkest times.   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
New month, new episode. This week, we speak to returning guest, Dr. Sylvia Meléndez-Klinger. We’re talking about healthy living at every age and the benefits of eating fruits & veggies with lutein like delicious aguacate. Want to learn more about how to keep your brain healthy and help your kids perform better in school? You’ll want to listen to this episode!  You can find more avocado recipe inspiration and read more about the benefits of lutein for every age at   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
This week we’re talking to T Lopez, recording artist and entertainer with 20 years of experience. This mama of two gave us one of the most spiritual interviews we have had in awhile. We talk about how T needed to take time to figure out what her next business venture was, how she exercises her faith, and how she’s helping her daughters shape their identities and sharing her journey of her new podcast. Our interview with T came at the right time in our lives, and we hope you feel the same clarity we did! For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
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 but super juicy app that turns one year old this month. This episode is funny, spicy and will leave you feeling inspired to just go for your dreams  just like Ana did.   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
Time for a new episode! This week we interview our very own Jennifer Lopez, founder/CEO of Camila Creative, a communications agency in L.A. If you didn’t know, Jennifer is our PR manager and makes a lot of Super Mamas magic happen. We talk to Jennifer about what it was like to be the one-woman show of her company (founder, accountant, investor, HR - you name it, she does it), knowing when it’s time to expand your team, why it’s important to be confident in your career choices, and remembering that even fun jobs have mundane tasks. For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
t’s a new month and a new episode! This week we talk to Leah Guerrero of Brujita Skincare, a Latina owned brand from Los Angeles, California. Brujita Skincare focuses on making essential skincare with ingredients sourced from mercado’s throughout Mexico. We talk about the basics of skincare, the importance of taking care of yourself, how she found her niche in holistic skincare and became a brujita of skincare. We were in awe of Leah throughout this entire interview, and we know you’ll be under her spell ✨ when you hear her speak. For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
We’re back on the mic, back to school and back to the grind! It’s been a while since we brought you an update because yes, we forgot to upload an episode last week 🤦🏽‍♀️ but we’ve been pretty busy. We announced our new family cookbook (pre-order it on amazon now!), Bricia has been traveling to Las Vegas to prep the new bar opening next month, and Paulina is back from Oaxaca and her daughters have started school. Basically, it’s been a whirlwind and this isn’t even half of it. For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
Time for a new episode! This week we talk to Evelyn Jimenez of Harlow Planning. Now a major part of team Super Mamas (she turns our SM Social dreams into reality), she was one of our first guests on the show and now she’s back with updates. Evelyn talks about how she made the jump from corporate life to running her event company full time and how you need to be confident & relentless when it comes to following your dreams. Plus she shares tips on how to throw your own event!   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
This week we interview Patty Delgado of Hija de tu Madre. She’s a #SuperMamacita and a plant-mom who created Hija de tu Madre to be a safe space that is empowering and represents latino culture. Patty talks to us about how her upbringing in between two different worlds influenced her in creating her Latina Lifestyle brand, how hard it can be to build a team & work with different personalities, and her support system that is her parents & the Jefas Crew. Plus, we find out what a Mall Punk is!    For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
Check it out, it’s a new episode! This week we interview Chef Ida Rodriguez, a corporate chef at Melissa’s Produce, the largest distributor of produce in the United States 🥕🌽🌶. Hatch Chile season only comes once a year and Chef Ida is teaching us all about it - the history, its heat levels and the BEST ways to eat the chiles. Stay tuned til the end of the episode to find out how you can experience a live chile roasting, and make sure you listen to the episode with snacks, because it’s going to make you hungry! 🤤   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
Hey super mamas, we’re back with another new episode! This week we’re interviewing Lizet Alvarez of Chiqui Social. She’s talking about how she created the bilingual social club & event space that is Chiqui Social, the courage & dedication it takes to work on your passion project (spoiler alert: it’s not easy), and the shame that some latinos receive for not speaking spanish. Lizet is also sharing great tips for practicing spanish with your kids at home, and we know we’ll be putting our kids to work! For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
Surprise! It’s our 200th episode… again. We got a little sidetracked last week 🤷🏽‍♀️ so we’re giving you a bonus episode on the exact date we released our first episode four years ago. We’re reintroducing ourselves, talking about the growth within ourselves & our families, and interviewing each other about the biggest misconceptions our listeners have about us and more. Stay tuned at the end of the episode where we talk about what’s next for us!   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
This week, we talk to Sisanie, co-host of On Air with Ryan Seacrest on 102.7 KIIS FM in Los Angeles. She’s a busy, working mom just like a lot of us - co-hosting with one of the biggest personalities on the planet, raising her one year old twins Aiza & Maxon, and hosting her own podcast. She lets us know how she balances it all and on what she still needs to work on. You’ll definitely want to listen to this real, down-to-earth chica!   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
It’s our 200th episode! We’re celebrating this major milestone with a special guest - our favorite 😉 brother, Fernando Lopez. This week, we talk to Fernando about how much his life has changed since our last interview with him. From his recent surprise wedding to realizing he’s ready to prepare for a secure financial future (#adulting), Fernando has basically grown up in a month and we’re very proud sisters!  Before the interview, Bricia talks about her successful Hawaiian vacation and Paulina shares how she survived being stuck in her car with the kids for 5 hours crossing the border! For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on 
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