Two Asian-American girls navigating their way through post-grad life in the Bay Area, with a little help from our friends. Tune in during your lousy commute to laugh and chat with your hosts Crystal and Jeesoo as we ramble about tech, culture, family, and everything in between. If you can relate, feel free to visit us at eatyourcrust.com or reach out to us @eatyourcrustpod on insta, twitter, facebook, or email us at email@example.com!
As a Graphic Designer & Independent Artist with her very own Etsy shop, our friend Michelle has run into many obstacles that stand between her and fair compensation. Today she spills the tea on entitled clients, evil corporations, and the difficult task of ethical shopping as a consumer!
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With Mother’s Day coming up (yes, this weekend!!!), we wanted to celebrate by talking about our relationship with our moms, their interesting personality quirks, and juicy stories from their mysterious pasts! Tune in to catch some gift recommendations and hear about some other maternal figures who’ve impacted our lives as well.
Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers, maternal figures, and inspirational caregivers who take on the respons...
Buying a home is quite an intimidating process. Not only will it probably be one of the most expensive purchases in your lifetime, it also has a ton of rules & steps in the procedure you may have never heard of!? Since we are two novices who don’t own any property, we invited on our real estate agent friend, Andre Wang, to break down the home-buying process and share what to look for when selecting a real estate agent & mor...
It's been almost 3 years since we've graduated, which means we've also been working for a similar amount of time. While the 9-5 does have its ups and downs, we're mostly grateful to be along for the ride! Today we reflect on our past few years of being a corporate slave (haha jk) and rate some of the job advice we've been given when we were students.
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We're not quite at the age where all our friends are getting married left and right, but it is an important milestone that is creeping up on us. Whether we've been to 10+ family weddings and know the cultural ceremonies like the back of our hand, or whether all of our wedding knowledge derives from the chick lit we read when we were 12 years old, we chat about our various wedding experiences and how they affect our pers...
Since we’ve both started cooking more for ourselves in the past few years, there’s a few gripes we have about cooking. First of all, we’re spending more and more time (and money!) thinking about, prepping for, and cleaning up after cooking. Second of all, why does it take 10+ hours of careful love and coddling for us to make some decent bone broth at home?!
Join us for our little rant session today to see if any of your cooking...
As you know, we love to dive into the Asian American experience (and Asian Canadian experience), since both of us grew up in North America. But the Asian experience extends beyond the US & Canada, so today we bring on our friend Niu-Niu to hear about what it was like growing up in Hungary, especially as someone who is ethnically Chinese! Niu-Niu shares her experience as a Third Culture Kid, debunks some International School myt...
New York City, say hello to your newest resident! One of us is moving to New York City, can you guess who?
As suburban girls at heart, a cross-country move into the Big Apple is hugely exciting, but also a little bit intimidating. We dive into the decision-making process, the logistics (hint: a combination of spreadsheets & YOLO energy), and the emotional aspect of moving away from the hometown.
How to help the victims of th...
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You guessed it - today's episode is a (semi-morally questionable) guide to navigating the CONFUSING maze that is defining the relationship! We go over any personal rules we bring to our approach of DTRing, our least favorite stages of relationship development, and even act out a few examples (!!!) so you have some references you can look back on the next time you have to have *the talk * ;)...
It’s no secret that friendships are a big part of our lives - from our close high school group chats, to our long distance friends we truly miss, to the friends who are always down to do absolutely nothing together, our friendships mean just as much to us as our relationships!
But does the amount of effort, vulnerability, and transparency we bring to friendships match the level of internal appreciation we have? Are we as willing t...
From data scientist to TikTok star, and everything in between - Brian Xu joins us today to chat about how his data storytelling & height guessing videos went viral, how he makes sense of the various Asian-American spaces on the #fyp, and the neat little features & community aspects that make TikTok a unique platform.
Don’t miss this episode where Brian guesses OUR heights and reveals whether he’s on Thirst Trap TikTok or no...
Awkward moments are truly the spicy parts of everyday life. They're difficult are to avoid, impossible to forget, and frequent enough to keep us on our toes! Today we'll be sharing some of the awkward moments we've experienced that keep us up at night, and dissect whether we've learned or gained anything from them.
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Behind the articles that pop up on our news feed, there’s a reporter staying up late at night typing up a storm on their dimly lit laptop. Terry Nguyen is a reporter for The Goods at Vox, covering internet & consumer trends. Not only do her articles cover on-trend topics that fly under the radar of mainstream media, they’re also imbued with a sense of cultural understanding that fosters constructive discussion and empathy.
TW: This episode contains stories of depression, suicide, and self-harm.
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ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is a neurodevelopmental disorder, commonly portrayed as an inability to sit still and concentrate. While that isn’t completely off base, the reality of ADHD, especially when undiagnosed, is much more complex.
Our friend Carissa joins us today to share her exper...
There seems to be a lot of contention about exactly what year the cutoff is between Gen Z and Millenials... so we brought on some 1998 friends to confirm! Today we're excited to have Sally, Linda, and Ming from Moving Oolong come on to discuss whether they identify as Gen Z, what it was like to graduate on Zoom, and starting adulthood amidst a global pandemic.
Sally, Linda, and Ming started Moving Oolong Podcast to share their...
Having your own space is something we’ve dreamed about since we were young. Being a homeowner just means you get to decorate it the way you like……right? This week we invited our friend to walk us through the fun stuff, and not-so-fun stuff she’s experienced in the last few years of owning her own space. Put on your construction hats and get your mops ready for some drywall mishaps, cleaning tips, and other maintenance stories!
Is your current life the "dream life" you've always envisioned for yourself? What's stopping you from becoming the "dream" you? We don't have these answers for you...so we brought on a very qualified friend to do so!
Today we are so stoked to have on Lillian So - a life coach, personal trainer, and yoga therapist currently based in San Francisco. Not only does she explain the importance of identifying yo...
Happy New Year, and welcome to Season 3 of Eat Your Crust!!!
Catch up with us in our episode on what we've been up to over our holiday break! We also share what we're excited for in 2021 (fair warning: some of them are a total nostalgia trip) and give you a sneak peek of what we have planned for Eat Your Crust this year ;)
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Happy Holidays from ours to yours! This week we’re cozying up to talk about how our families celebrate the holidays.
This will be our final episode for season 2! We will return in January 13th, 2021, well-rested and well-prepped for season 3.
Thank you all so so much for supporting and spending time with us in 2020. Every message, follow, and listen means the world to us. See you soon ♡
We kind of grow up alongside the content creators that we love. And for some of us, our favorite content creators are the ones who wear their heart on their sleeve.
YouTuber Joelle Park has videos spanning over 7 years of her life. Her channel features everything from high school/college advice videos, heartfelt videos addressing important topics like racism and internalized misogyny, and goofy vlogs with her friends and family. N...
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
Camp Hell: Anneewakee
The Anneewakee Treatment Center for Emotionally Disturbed Youth operated in Douglasville, Georgia for over 25 years. Purportedly, it was a place that parents could send their troubled kids for help. But in reality, it was a breeding ground for abuse. This is the story of Anneewakee, as never told before.
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.