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Welcome to the Swirl and Sip Podcast –a podcast about life, and going through all the hoods -womanhood, marriage-hood and parenthood all with a glass of wine in hand. Each episode we'll be trying a new bottle of wine, giving our candid thoughts, and diving into those topics that you have when it's just you and your girls. Everything from how we handle making new friends in our 30s, managing money in marriage, and all the ways kids change everything, we're keeping it real and candid in our co ...
 
Join Geraldine and Chris as they navigate the struggles of marriage, parenting/co-parenting, sex, love and hate through comedy. This couple is sharing their life fails so you don't feel so bad about your own! We Were On A Break is their unfiltered take on how messy life can be. Life is messy but they are messier! New Episode every Wednesday. Check them out: https://linktr.ee/wwoabpodcast
 
Raw conversations about the B.S. we all go through, but no one ever wants to talk about: -Divorce -Career -Parenting -The B.S. of Everyday Life. Join us every Monday as we discuss how to mindfully navigate through life's B.S. Who are Bianca & Shawnee? Two divorced, millennial moms, working in corporate America. Can someone say STRESSED? Contact Us: info@mindfulbullshit.com
 
DYING OF LAUGHTER with Chelsea London Lloyd is a podcast featuring interviews with millennial comedians and funny-at-heart humans with a deceased parent or sibling. Lloyd grew up with two sick parents; her dad died of ALS after a 15 year journey + her mom currently combats stage 4 metastatic breast cancer for the second time. Bonus episodes include interviews with grief counselors, funeral directors, cancer survivors, previvors, therapists, life coaches, oncologists + genetic counselors to n ...
 
From the white suburbs of Texas to the hood-adjacent streets of New Jersey, Justin & Donté are truly Polar Opposites! When they’re not arguing about who’s invited to the cookout, they spend time dragging your favorite politicians, tackling uncomfortable topics, and speaking truth about all things pop culture, race, entertainment, & life. Join them weekly as they speak honestly about navigating the world as young black men while sparking conversations that are relatable, funny and NECESSARY. ...
 
Rationally Speaking is the bi-weekly podcast of New York City Skeptics. Join host Julia Galef and guests as they explore the borderlands between reason and nonsense, likely from unlikely, and science from pseudoscience. Any topic is fair game as long as we can bring reason to bear upon it, with both a skeptical eye and a good dose of humor! We agree with the Marquis de Condorcet, who said that in an open society we ought to devote ourselves to "the tracking down of prejudices in the hiding p ...
 
Welcome to a new season of the 2 Cool Parents Podcast! This season we are opening up to our listeners and the everyday life successes and struggles of being a black millennial parents. You can even catch our kids London (8) and Christian (4) who often make guest appearances. Since it's just the two of us recording, we think it's important our listeners get our authentic selves, as if you are right here in our living room having a conversation with us. So tune in to each episode and follow us ...
 
We are two millennials with different thoughts on current events, religion, social issues, relationships, parenting, and much much more!! We're both well rounded on these topics and want to compare and contrast our views from a male and female's perspective. Our content will be engaging, sometimes controversial, sensitive, thought provoking, and most of all exciting! Our goal is to be transparent with all of our views so that our audience is well informed, socially aware, and culturally sens ...
 
We are Mikey and Randie Chapman, and your hosts of the Black Millennial Marriage Podcast. This podcast was created as a way to stay connected to one another. It was also formed so that we could have representation, meet other couples, and provide a space to talk about our 10+ years of relationship experience, including our years of marriage, and all we’re learning, unlearning, and loving about marriage.
 
What’s In It For Us is a politically astute and culturally relevant podcast for the modern Black millennial. Join political experts, comedic duo and PhD's Christina Greer and Jason Johnson weekly as they answer the question “What’s in it for us?” regarding the ever changing climate of the United States. Learn more at thegrio.com
 
It's hard being what they call a millennial snowflake in today's society. Once a week, Da'jion, the self-expressed nerd, and Trey, self-proclaimed ladies man, and the occasional guest, band together to discuss the hilarious escapades that they have gotten themselves or others into. If you want mediocre to great advice, funny relatable stories, and a perspective from two young men, this show is for you! Send questions for us to answer on air to, dntadvice@gmail.com
 
Welcome to Out In The Open Podcast! "Where discussions are open and judgments are closed." Hosted by J. Maken and his three co-hosts Yve, Djeko, & Fanzo. Out In The Open Podcast Features Entrepreneurs, Influencers, Music Creators, Makeup Artists, Business CEO's & So Much More. Out In The Open Podcast provides a safe environment "Where discussions are open & judgments closed" allowing people to express themselves freely & interview like minded people on their business, real life ups and downs ...
 
Are you ready to step up as the boss of your life? Emilie Aries breaks down career conundrums with expert interviews to help women navigate career transition and step up as the boss of their careers. Whether you're in the job search, starting a side hustle, climbing a corporate ladder, or an experienced entrepreneur, join Bossed Up's community of courageous women who lift as they climb.
 
Lazy, entitled, selfish: those are just some of the things people are calling the millennial generation, but are the stigmas true?We’re The Adkins. We are a millennial couple, and this question is something we have become obsessed with finding the answer to. We admit that our generation has some flaws, but it’s time we stop just accepting that’s the way it is and start doing something about it. We have been on a mission to pursue our God given-purposes and we are sharing that mission in real ...
 
Magdalene and Meagon, or better known as Millennial Moms, bring a unique perspective on single parenting while also discussing finding your identity outside of living a stereotypical "normal life". Both women coming from very different backgrounds but relate to one another on topics about: relationships, love, feminism and motherhood.
 
The Plug: People Living Under Grace Podcast is the podcast you didn’t know you needed; that’s design to connect all of us to the God of our salvation through His son, Jesus Christ. Dive in weekly as old high school friends; Joseph A, Dominique Soares, Brian and Shardé B.—talk about hot topics such as family, relationships, raising millennial children, politics, you name it they talk about it. So let’s get ready to get plugged in...
 
Warning: this is NOT a cute, mommy-advice parenting show. If that’s what you’re looking for - don’t press the triangle! This comedy podcast, hosted by Meghan Farr, a mental health therapist diagnosed with high functioning ADHD, depression and anxiety, is a divorced mother of two, who specializes in helping others get their lives together while trying to remember to take her meds everyday AKA “The Mental Mom.” Meghan explores anything human behavior-related. Subject matter ranges from the mos ...
 
Join Damon and KaToya, the hosts of Sum It Up With The Sumners, as they welcome you to a seat at their dining room table. This podcast will bring you laughs and encouragement as they dig into conversations that every couple has, but sometimes they don't want to talk about out loud. Each episode will run about thirty minutes, which is just enough time for you to finally decide what you're going to watch on Netflix. Be sure to subscribe here and follow them on Instagram and Facebook at: @sumit ...
 
All new babies are unique. And so are their mamas. But the fact that every new mama is different from the other is often forgotten. Sanchi Nasta Ray is here to change this narrative by offering support via expert opinions, by creating a judgment-free zone and sharing her own epic fails with her 18-month-old, baby Alaia. Join her on this absolutely crazy, ever-so-demanding yet rewarding ride called motherhood! This is an HT Smartcast Original.
 
Hosted by two tired millennial parents, Lauren and Mark Randall. They are documenting their shared experiences as new, full-time parents, both working full-time jobs, and still finding time for their love of pop culture. Listen in as they chat with each other about parenting, pop culture, and the ups & downs of parenthood with brutal honesty and a laugh.
 
Camp Adulthood is the Millennial art of living like a trash bag while still managing to pay for your own s**t and being interesting AF. Camp Adulthood is doing very big and scary things, like having a baby or buying a house or taking care of an ailing parent or starting a business, while still not being sure where your checkbook is (or even how to write a check). Camp Adulthood is Tinder and Facebook and Instagram, but also Encyclopedia Britannica and Oregon Trail and John Hughes movies. But ...
 
Anyone who tells you women don’t need financial advice specifically for them is wrong. Women, whether they’re the caretakers, the breadwinners, or both, face a unique set of financial challenges. That’s where HerMoney comes in. In her frank, often funny, but always compassionate way, Jean Chatzky takes every audience of women through the steps they need to take today to live comfortably (and worry-free) tomorrow, offering the latest research, expert tips and personal advice.
 
If you could sit on a bench and talk with anyone from your past, who would it be? Well, the old ways, unfiltered and with no agenda, are NOT gone!! Come sit with Papaw and here about life from the front porch .... or rocking chair .....or wherever you used to sit and hear the old folks talk. Bring the youngins', or just be a youngin' again, let's do this.Hang on, though, this is unfiltered. No judgement, but sometimes uncomfortable.
 
Rise Up Single Mom is dedicated to the empowerment of single moms. No matter how they got there - divorced, never married, adoptive or otherwise - host Clarissa Joi has a word for them. From dating to budgeting to pushing past shame and fear, she tackles all of the emotions, challenges and joys that come with the territory. Through her own experiences as a single mom, experts and other moms, Rise Up Single Mom is the show you didn't know you needed!
 
Eavesdrop as famous and notable fathers join an open, honest, and frequently strange conversation between journalists Joshua David Stein and Jason Gay, who are doing the very best they can. Come for the jokes, stay for the realness. Come for the celebrities, stay for stories. Come for the advice, stay because you're stuck in traffic. No matter how you use it, The Fatherly Podcast is the perfect weekly listen for imperfect parents - proven to help, amuse, and stop hair loss.
 
Navigating through life is an adventure. Going through your first pregnancy as young, working professionals is trial and error. But we're figuring it out. Join us on this adventure from finding out to pushing out and all the things we learn along the way. Hosted by wife and husband duo and the founders of Lilies and Loafers, Fatima and Brian.
 
Millennials are fundamentally shifting the world. They are re-writing the rules, challenging the status quo, and raising the collective consciousness of the planet. They are pulled by their vision, and are relentlessly optimistic in their pursuits of individual and collective wellness, fulfillment, and excellence. Although they may appear to be superhuman, this generation of game-changers still need to fuel up every single day. This is their oxygen. Breathe in.
 
Mi Podcast - The place where parents can come for answers, encouragement, and the help they need to raise a successful teenager. Mi Podcast will address topics such as communication, discipline, divorce, sex, dating, friends, money and many other topics that are important while raising a teenager. Mi Podcast is a weekly show that is no longer than the length of a short commute (10-15min). For more information about Millennial Influence visit our website at www.minfluence.com.
 
This podcast is about ALL THINGS, SISTERS! We are unpacking all the fun things about growing up, becoming adults, and parents. This podcast is made by 2 millennial sisters who live in South Texas and have realized that at the end of the day, all you need is family and tacos. Growing up 4 years apart, we are VERY different. So come on and listen to us every week as we talk about life, our interests, our friends and most of all, family. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/messy-bun-sisters ...
 
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Why do we always put off what we know we need to be doing today, until tomorrow? Jonathan Evans is a Chaplain for the NFL, author, speaker, husband and father, and today he shared so much insight with us about the importance of living out our God-given purposes. We all have a mission to live out and that looks different for each and every one of us…
 
Christian Clot is an explorer who travels to the world's most inhospitable places to try and survive. But recently, he worked with scientists on something a little different. Christian took 14 others into a cavernous cave system in south-western France to see what happens to humans' perception of time in the absence of clocks and natural light. The…
 
As a parent, it can be draining to deal with our kids' frustration, emotions, and energy. But have you ever considered that they act out because they do not have the words or reasoning to express how they are feeling? Kids have BIG EMOTIONS and it can be a struggle trying to decipher what is truly going through their minds. Have you found yourself …
 
Americans spent $143 billion on mobile apps in 2020. Since the pandemic began, Amazon's sales have grown by more than 40% and its stock nearly doubled. But who is really winning and losing in one-click America? Alec MacGillis, author of the new book"Fulfillment" tells us what Amazon is doing to our hometowns, our wallets and even our brains. In Mai…
 
69-year-old Sharon Lavigne has six children and 12 grandchildren and, by her own admission, has never been one for public speaking. She has lived in St James Parish in Louisiana her whole life. It's located along an 85-mile stretch of the Mississippi between New Orleans and Baton Rouge with the undesirable nickname 'cancer alley'. Sharon says she h…
 
For this episode, we recored it while on a mini-getaway in Dallas, Texas! It was a fun one that got into traveling as a couple + when do you need to sit next to each other on a flight + why people-watching is so fun + and so much more!! Turn us up, and if you have a moment--we'd LOVE for you to leave us a REVIEW over on Apple podcasts. Like, commen…
 
In today’s episode, Emilie chats with DEI consultant and career coach Cynthia Orduña, all about the myth of the ‘dream job’ and how job seekers should approach the modern job search as they pursue the ‘perfect job.’ Related Links: Learn more about Cynthia’s work Download our FREE resource: The Ultimate Job Search Guide Register for our FREE masterc…
 
Andy Cole is one of England’s most successful footballers, notably part of the legendary Manchester United squad that won a historic treble in 1999. His path to the top wasn’t easy – as a young player he had to deal with racism in football, and then grapple with the expectations of stardom. But Andy’s biggest challenge was off the pitch when he fac…
 
Alica Forneret is an educator and consultant from California. She runs a business in the end of life space and its mission is to facilitate spaces for people to navigate their grief. Her writing and work has been featured in the LA Times, NY Times, GQ, HuffPost, and more. For fun she likes to make epic (plant-based) cheeseboards. Today we discuss t…
 
When you see a statistic reported in the news, like "10% of University of California Berkeley students were homeless this year," how do you evaluate it? You shouldn't blindly accept every statistic you read. But neither should you reject everything that sounds surprising. Tim Harford, economist and author of The Data Detective: Ten Easy Rules to Ma…
 
As a young woman in the mid-1980s, Ruth Coker Burks had a chance encounter with a man with Aids, who had been left to die alone in a quarantined hospital room in Hot Springs, Arkansas in the US. She stepped in to comfort him in his final hours, and word soon spread that she was the only person willing to help such men in this deeply conservative to…
 
Today Meredith and #Stockdaddy Andy Gibbons take over the show (Brittany is there too, probably), and talk about their favorite hobby... investing in MEME STOCKS! It's all AMC, GME, HODL, STONKS and more as they break down the reward (and risk!) of dabbling in investing.Note: This show is not offering you any financial advice, and they are not prof…
 
This season we are talking about GRACE! People Living Under Grace is our podcast and every topic we talk about; Faith, Family and Finances is all centered around Grace. So check out this new episode to kick off our Season 3 called Grace Unlocked!!!!! The PLUG is the podcast you didn’t know you needed; that’s design to connect all of us to the God o…
 
What’s In It For Us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Dr. Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest, Richard Brookshire, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Black Veterans Project. This week on the show: Pride Month and the Pentagon. The Biden Administration is keeping a Trump-era policy which bans the flying of unofficial flag…
 
Meena Said is an endocrine surgeon working in California. Her days are spent treating and operating on patients, many of whom have very complex medical needs. But after a hard day at work, rather than relaxing at home, Meena switches on her phone and begins to care for her other patients: critically-ill children who live many thousands of miles awa…
 
A family embodies many things, but it doesn't always have to be blood... Did you marry someone with kids? Maybe you both came into a relationship with kids of your own? Or perhaps you adopted? How do you manage multiple scheduled? Co-parenting? Resentful children? Regardless of the struggles, blended families are a beautiful thing. No matter how a …
 
Over the course of the last year, it seems change happened all around us — but this week’s episode is for those who are aspiring to change themselves. Dr. Katy Milkman, author of "How To Change" discusses how our daily decisions affect our prosperity and our happiness, and how to create real and lasting change in our lives. We also discuss women an…
 
Meg’s friend Samantha joins the show to discuss her recent dating tribulations: using dating apps in your late 30s is not for the faint of heart. Samantha explains to Meg and Casey why she made a social media post stating: “The next man who is in a relationship and friend requests me better watch out because I’m messaging their wife or girlfriend.”…
 
Fadimata Walet Oumar learned how to sing and dance in northern Mali under the light of the desert moon. Her people, the Tuaregs, traditionally lived as nomads on the fringes of the Sahara but successive wars, droughts and famines have fundamentally changed their lives. However her love of music never waned. As a teenager, Fadimata was given the nic…
 
In this episode, we laugh about some of the phrases that can derail any conversation! Off top, ABSOLUTES are a no-go for us + why "I don't care" is a death sentence to any conversation, + what phrase is really just passive aggressiveness in verbal form and so much more!! Turn us up, and if you have a moment--we'd LOVE for you to leave us a REVIEW o…
 
In today’s episode, Emilie chats with Jeannine K. Brown, the Managing Director and Founder of Everyday Lead, an Atlanta-based talent development and diversity consultancy firm which advocates to advance women and black professionals into fulfilling careers in executive leadership roles, all about how to step out of your comfort zone to navigate the…
 
Are we living in a houseboat? Moving to Sri Lanka? Moving back to SoCal? Nashville anyone? Living in an RV? Or Staying in Ohio? We have not had clarity on what is next for us for quite some time. Over the past thirty days we have realized that we have been seeking God’s direction on a surface level. We decided to double down and dive deep with Him.…
 
Robina Courtin grew up in Melbourne, Australia. As a teenager attending Catholic school she felt she was both holy and a rebel. Eventually she became a hippie, then a radical feminist, and then got into martial arts. One day, after a car accident meant she couldn't practice karate, she came across some Buddhist monks. Immediately she knew following…
 
What’s up everybody, We are back and we got a baby baby… The Millennial Rents are in full effect, So Welcome to Season 2 Episode 1 of The Millennial Parents Podcast. Our lives have drastically changed since the birth of our baby girl Maya so the fun begins. Thank you all for your patience in launching our latest episode, this season will be a speci…
 
In this Episode, the crew came together to interview our very own cohost Yve about her journey in the beauty industry. Yve talks talk about the process of starting a beauty line business called Yveybeauty, explaining the passion behind it from start to end, her team and her partnership with our cohost Djeko bringing her passion for Yveybeauty to E-…
 
Sabra May is an actor and voice over artist from Portland, OR, currently living in LA. Recent credits include playing Dakota Smith in Cyberpunk 2077, and voicing the character of Sheepdog in the upcoming film Marmaduke. For fun she likes peer into people's houses at dusk and critique their interiors. Today we discuss the loss of her father to heart…
 
On this episode, Clarissa Joi interviews Dr. Erin Luster, Community Engagement, Shelby County Schools to talk about childcare, food insecurity, children socializing with peers and concerns around learning loss during the pandemic. What are the resources in place to help parenting and schooling in a pandemic?…
 
Listen to us on: Youtube | iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts There comes a point in every marriage where a couple realizes: No one is coming to save them. Mikey and Randie have reached that moment, especially concerning the podcast. In this episode, the Chapmans detail the ways they’ve been playing small, reveal why they’ve been passive…
 
LISTEN TO THE WHOLE EPISODE: https://linktr.ee/girlsgirlspodWe have a very special show for you today for #PrideMonth! Welcome to your master class on how to react when your child comes out of the closet. We have a very special guest, Meredith's son, Logan. He's an out gay teenager, and we couldn't be more proud of him. As Meredith talks about on t…
 
Welcome back! This week, we discuss Naomi Osaka and her withdrawal from the 2021 French Open (18:05) and how NBA fans have lost their minds. Do fans need to be banned? What should an athlete's relationship be like with the media? We also talk about Monique's recent comments regarding black representation in public and it opens a larger discussion a…
 
Rick Alan Ross was selling and restoring cars when his grandmother’s Jewish nursing home was secretly infiltrated by a Christian group that tried to convert her. Rick started investigating, which lead him to a career as a world-renowned cult intervention specialist, or cult deprogrammer. Now, he helps people leave destructive cults or controversial…
 
What’s In It For us, theGrio’s weekly political podcast hosted by Christina Greer, PhD., welcomes special guest, Boston Globe Associate Editor and Columnist, Renée Graham. This week: the steep price of protecting your peace. We talk tennis superstar Naomi Osaka and the $15,000 fine she was charged for not talking with the press at the French Open a…
 
It’s summer time and a vacation is needed! The couple quickly share an interesting disagreement that literally happened minutes before recording and discuss a situation that might have scared their children. Geraldine opens up about how hard life has been and the struggle with balancing life, family and work. The couple also share thoughts about li…
 
Question: What does ambition look like to you? There used to come a time that if you had children, you had to give up your career and stay at home and raise your family. But today, we think that ambition and motherhood go hand in hand. We are driven to provide amazing futures for our children. Some may have great respect for a woman who knows what …
 
Nearly 16 million people have moved recently, and millions more looking to create more beautiful living spaces. But how do we know where to start, how much to spend, or what’s really going to have the biggest impact? Interior designer James Farmer joins us to share how we can make our spaces more personal and beautiful, all while sticking to a budg…
 
Accountability can be humbling at times. Our generation was, at one time, demeaned by the previous one, just as that was was by the ones before it. No one ever had it harder than than the previous generation. Here, we enter into difficult conversation that brings that into perspective. Are they lazy, no account and the end of civilization as we kno…
 
In this episode, we talk about the idea of trying to CHANGE your bae. Is there ever a time when it is called for + HOW to go about it + the different tiers of the desired changes + why change can be a good thing and so much more!!! Turn us up, and if you have a moment--we'd LOVE for you to leave us a REVIEW over on Apple podcasts. Like, comment, an…
 
As hiring rises across nearly every industry, Fawn Germer, a bestselling author, keynote speaker, and career coach, joins Emilie on the pod to talk all about how to bounce back on the job search, rather than fall behind as we navigate our way through our economic recovery from COVID-19. Related Links: Learn more about Fawn’s work Download Fawn's gi…
 
Our 30 days of no TV and Social Media is officially over! Or is it? While we thought on day 30 we’d be running back to Netflix, and re-downloading Facebook and Instagram, other plans may have taken place. Today we are talking about the pros and cons of screens, the importance and scarcity of time, and how this all plays into living life on a MISSIO…
 
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