By Nancy Louima
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If you’re looking for a podcast from someone in their 20’s who shares their life experiences in hopes that you might learn from their mistakes, then this bi-weekly podcast is for you. The topics range from relationships, motivation to religion and immigration. Every episode has its own theme and some episodes have guest speakers that unpack their own life experiences while offering a fresh perspective on entering adulthood in today’s world.
||Explicit#4 Safe Sex||I ask questions and have a discussion on safe sex with Healthy Living Program at FIU. Their located at the Student Wellness Center on Modesto Campus room 180. We discuss how to be safe during sex and when and how to get tested.||5/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit#3 Vegan AF||Are you plant-based or ever wanted to be? Listen as my guests and I discuss this trendy diet and answer some of your questions. Check out @missfitvegan and @nomyourself on instagram as helpful guides to your new journey.||4/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit#2 Don't Touch My Hair!||Curious about black women's struggle with hair, listen in as we have a discussion on team natural vs team chemical! This episode is filled with hilarious stories and actual facts.||4/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit#1 People Pleasers||This episode I introduce what Dreaded Mondays is about and a tad bit about myself. I discuss what being a people pleaser is all about and how to deal with it.||4/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
A dope podcast! Literally busted out laughing while I was driving to work listening to this. I’m glad more people are creating interesting content to listen to! Can’t wait for the second episode
I can’t wait to hear future episodes.
Great intro Podcast. I only wish it was longer.
I am sure that most people struggle with being a “people pleaser” at some point and it is awesome to see those same people turn their lives around and say “NO”, when warranted. Live your life to the fullest and do what makes you happy.
Of course if you are addicted to hard drugs or horrific acts (of fill in the blank) then yes, be a “people pleaser” and listen to the masses when they want you to stop or not do “it” at all. ;)
I look forward to hearing you dive into future topics.