On this week’s episode, we talk knowing when to go. Both in life and love, people’s first reaction after getting out of a particularly bad situation is often, “I only wish I would have left sooner.” Knowing when to walk away is a nuanced issue based on power, privilege, emotional connection, and feasibility.
On this week’s episode, we talk navigating conflict in life and love. One of the key markers of “adulting” is developing the skills to avoid or to make it through disagreements in a way that moves both parties to a respectful resolution. When you’re grown, you can’t just pout until you get your way.
On this week’s episode, we talk sex, the good kind. Eat the booty like groceries, 32 flavors of this booty-liscious bubble gum, Lick it like a lollipop, do my back like you do these records: break that shit! Listen as we talk sex, ours and yours. This episode is NSFW.
On this week’s episode, we talk speaking out and we salute women who inspire us to make ourselves heard. Speak only when spoken to. Be seen and not heard. These are the messages that were learned in childhood and that continue to challenge women.
On this week’s episode, we talk stories we tell ourselves and others about who we are and what we are to be, and determine why we’re more than just one story. Girl with a traumatic childhood, Guy with a troubled past, Girl that had her baby in high school. We all know the types of backstories that get attention because they easily frame an individual and help others categorize that person quickly.
On this week’s episode, we talk making tough choices and what it can mean to pick a side. Democrat or Republican, pro-choice or pro-life, Beyoncé’s Lemonade or Rihanna's Anti—life is full of tough choices. Often the side you choose tells a lot about your morals, values, and whether or not you actually know good music.
On this week’s episode, Ashley and Marcy talk dreams, and finding yourself on the winning side of success. What happens after the dreams that you’ve had for yourself, your family, or for your future, actually come true? What comes next?
On this week's episode, Ashley and Marcy talk being frugal while living fabulously. Being on a budget doesn’t have to mean eating ramen and looking homely. While you may not be able to ball out, there are practical ways to earn and save more, while spending less and maintaining a lifestyle you can look forward to every day.
On this week’s episode, Ashley and Marcy talk debt. Student loan, credit card, mortgage, medical expense, car note—no matter the type, if you’re like most Americans, you have debt and plenty of it, as personal debt averages near $40,000.
On this week’s episode, Ashley and Marcy talk the intersections between love and money. Would you date someone with significant credit card debt? What if they were in bankruptcy? Are you planning to take out a loan to cover the cost of your wedding? Should you have a joint bank account with your partner?