#123: That Time I Let A Stranger Into My Apartment…

Joseph and I talk about the strange encounter we recently had with a recycling lady. I also share a story of one of the most bizarre experiences of my life, where I ended up inviting in a stranger into my NYC apartment. Also, we’re trying a new, more structured format with added segments. Please let … More #123: That Time I Let A Stranger Into My Apartment…

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#122: The Truth Behind Cruelty-Free Products

In this episode, Joseph and I uncover the truth behind what “cruelty-free” really means, how companies may be scamming us, the alternatives to animal testing, and more. 

The episode was sparked by one question — what are cruelty-free products tested on? I’ll be honest, I never thought about how cruelty-free products get approved until I confronted this question. I decided to do some of my own research, and the info I found was pretty compelling and shocking.  … More #122: The Truth Behind Cruelty-Free Products

#121: My First March/BLM Japan/Fixing Cultures

Joseph and I talk about my experience last weekend at the Black Lives Matter march in Tokyo, which then turns into a discussion about police reform, then about fixing cultures, and somehow ends with a HEATED discussion about gender inequality in Japan. We get a bit impassioned and intense towards the end there. Enjoy our … More #121: My First March/BLM Japan/Fixing Cultures

#120: Black Lives Matter in Japan, with Uzochi Okoronkwo

I sit down with black fashion blogger Uzochi Okoronkwo about the recent events of police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement. We talk about growing up in Maryland with Nigerian immigrant parents, being black in Japan, why people are hesitant to speak up, and why we should all care about this movement– no matter who or where we are.  … More #120: Black Lives Matter in Japan, with Uzochi Okoronkwo

#116: Japan’s Biggest Quirks – Pt. 2 + Planet of the Humans Review

Joseph and I share more of the strangest and sometimes paradoxical aspects of Japan, as two people from western countries (France & the U.S.). We also talk about Michael Moore’s new climate change documentary Planet of The Humans, and discuss what we thought they did well and what they missed. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ¦ Google Play ¦ Stitcher  … More #116: Japan’s Biggest Quirks – Pt. 2 + Planet of the Humans Review

#115: Japan’s Biggest Quirks (From Western POV) – Pt. 1

Joseph and I talk about the things we find strange and sometimes paradoxical about Japan, as two people from western countries (France & the U.S.). Part 2 will be out next Friday! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ¦ Google Play ¦ Stitcher  BECOME A PATRON: patreon.com/nobullpodcast MY SOCIAL LINKS: Follow me on Instagram: @annawildman Tweet at me: @wildmanna Email me: annanwildman@gmail.com YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/annawildman Join me … More #115: Japan’s Biggest Quirks (From Western POV) – Pt. 1

#114: The Realities of Dating A Non-Vegan (As A Vegan)

My boyfriend is not vegan, and has no intention of becoming one. How does that affect our relationship? We’re spilling all the details about the fights we get in, if we wish the other ate differently, what it’s like eating out together, and how our mindsets have changed since we started dating. Subscribe on Apple … More #114: The Realities of Dating A Non-Vegan (As A Vegan)

#113: Do Japanese People Really Eat Sushi Everyday? Debunking Japanese Stereotypes

Joseph and I talk start off with a debriefing of how week 2 of quarantine is going. Then, we debunk the biggest stereotypes of Japanese people such as that Japanese people eat sushi everyday, they’re xenophobic, super polite, and read manga all the time.  Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ¦ Google Play ¦ Stitcher  BECOME A PATRON: patreon.com/nobullpodcast MY SOCIAL LINKS:Follow … More #113: Do Japanese People Really Eat Sushi Everyday? Debunking Japanese Stereotypes