September 17, 2019
In the conclusion to Season 2, Ashley and Gabrielle discuss the ups and downs of adulting in Episode 6. How they've been working to navigating their careers. How to stay afloat, how to manage outside societal pressures, and defining success for yourself.
Life Hack: Flipd App, limit your app time so you can focus on your work!
“You should know what i’m bout.” - 50 cent on Can’t Leave Em Alone by Ciara
“My new normal is not normal at all” - Little Brother (Big Pooh), Sittin Alone
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September 12, 2019
In this episode, your hosts talk about travel. How did it get to be a thing the cool kids do? Why is such a premium placed on leaving the USA? What's it look like to come to the travel game late or not at all? These questions and more were discussed.
Life Hack: Been App, Hopper App, Expedia App, and book your Airbnb through Delta to get Skymiles for your stay.
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September 3, 2019
In this episode, Ashley and Gabrielle define influence for themselves and discuss what living a life of influence might mean or look like.
Life Hack: The Guest app
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August 19, 2019
In episode 3, Gabrielle and Ashley talk with Taylor, Founder of Well Wildflower (@taylorblosssom @wellwildflower) about the intersection of art and wellness. The ladies discuss authenticity, communication and being well as creatives.
Life Hack: Honey Pot products
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August 13, 2019
In Episode 2 of Season 2, Gabrielle and Ashley discuss building a writing career. From how they garner inspiration to dealing with rejection, they explore the long game of writing.
Life Hack: Networking
Pride means nothing 'til you get respect. - Big K.R.I.T.
Trust when I say I’m never on the shit they assumin’ I’m on - Gold Roses, Rick Ross ft. Drake
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August 6, 2019
In Episode 1 of Season 2, Gabrielle and Ashley introduce new segments and talk about what it really means to be a free black girl. Tune in for this discussion and use the hashtag #eightytwoninetysix on social media to join the conversation.
April 2, 2019
In Episode 12 which concludes Season 1, Ashley takes her turn in the hot seat for the second installment of host interviews. Along with Gabrielle, she invited her husband Dilemma to discuss the publishing process, staying in alignment with purpose, time management, writing and much more.
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March 26, 2019
In Episode 11, the ladies begin host interviews! Gabrielle was the first in the hot seat. With Ashley and her good friend Katrice asking the questions, she talked her move to Spain, post-grad friendship breakups, how she handles business while also making space for fun/rest, and her definition of chasing the sun. Gems were shared.
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March 12, 2019
In Episode 10, Ashley and Gabrielle talk the ups and downs of being a self-made creative. Are gains just as valid without an investor or co-sign? How does one get their personal project to a place where it's a quality stamp and matters for all who engage it? How do you balance finding the right team with knowing being a one-woman show isn't always sustainable? There might be more questions than answers, but we hope just surfacing them is therapeutic for you too.
Life Hack: Screen Time on your iPhone, sorry Team Android
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March 5, 2019
In Episode 9, Gabrielle and Ashley invite relationship expert and author Kevin Carr to talk about the relationship between Black men and Black women. Is there a rift? If so, how do we go about healing it and understanding each other better?
Life Hack: http://kit.com help people find the tools that you swear by.
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