Monthly Archives: April 2017

‘Yoga Pants Rap’ MyLifeSuckers | Inside Voice 47

Deva Dalporto from MyLifeSuckers talks to us about the creative process behind her viral parody videos, life before YouTube fame and what projects she is working on next!

Deva Dalporto of MyLifeSuckers is the creator of the viral videos “Suburban Funk,” “I Just Need Some Space,” “What Does the Kid Say,” “Let It Go—Mom Parody,” and many more. NBC called her the “Weird Al of YouTube Moms.” Her videos have garnered over 70 million views and have been on Good Morning America, The Today Show, People.com, CNN, ABC, Fox News, HuffPost, PopSugar, Scary Mommy, Parents, trending on Yahoo several times and more. A former Senior Editor for Nickelodeon’s ParentsConnect, Deva has written for HuffPost, Yahoo!, PopSugar, Scary Mommy, Bio.com, What The Flicka and WeAreTeachers. She won a BlogHer Voice of the Year Award for Short Form Video and was nominated as “Best Fan Cover Artist” in ABC’s Billboard Music Awards Special. Deva is a contributor to the anthologies I Just Want to Be Alone and The Bigger Book of Parenting Tweets. She blogs at MyLifeSuckers.com and you can always find her on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook!

Links Mentioned In This Episode:

MyLIfeSuckers |YouTube

MyLifeSuckers | Facebook

MyLifeSuckers | Blog

Yoga Pants Rap |YouTube

You’re Welcome Mom Parody (from Moana)

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‘How I Lost Love And Gained Life On My Wedding Day’ | Inside Voice 46

Liz Petrone reads her heartbreakingly romantic story, ‘How I Lost Love And Gained Life On My Wedding Day.’

Liz Petrone is a mama, yogi, writer, warrior, wanderer, dreamer, doubter, and hot mess. She lives in a creaky old house in Central New York with her ever-patient husband, their four babies, and an excitable dog named Boss, and shares her stories on her website lizpetrone.com. You can also find her on Facebook and on Instagram.

Links Mentioned in This Episode:

Liz Petrone | Blog

FB

Instagram

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‘4 Ways Millennial Parents Can Deal With Online Judgment’ | Inside Voice 45

Andrea Rhoades from Selfies to Selfless reads her essay ‘4 Ways Millennial Parents Can Deal With Online Judgment.’

Andrea Rhoades is the creator of Selfies to Selfless, a blog for Millennial parents. She is passionate about chatting with the newest generation of parents to better understand the unique challenges they face.

Links Mentioned In This Episode:

Selfies to Selfless | Blog

Facebook

Twitter

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