Welcome to The Lounge: Aremni & Dave discuss why women are attracted to taller men, toxic relationships, ways to better yourself for love- and much more!
ordinary people having extraordinary conversations
This is a podcast about yoga but it's really a conversation that explores the invaluable lessons learned from when we take chances on ourselves. Open your mind, work really hard, & you might be surprised.
Diana IG https://www.instagram.com/dianaathenayoga/
- . Diana on The Wheel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRPHDYbivzk
In Part Two, we dive in to the movies, TV shows, music, and yes- comic books! that were popular in 1992. Some things remain a lexicon of pop culture, like "You can't handle the truth!" and "There's no crying in baseball!" while others like Image Comics did not stand the test of time.
In Part One we discuss world events of '92 such as Bosnia- Serb conflict, George W. Bush vomiting on the Japanese PM, the death of Jeffrey Dahmer, LA Riots, and much more!
Clara Yoo left the prestige of working for brands like Cole Haan, Michael Kors, and Calvin Klein to embark on her own journey. That journey is fueled by a pursuit not of money or fame but what brings her joy. Her new company is CLARA VELA.
www.calavela.com IG: @yooclara @thefashionpaysmyfashionbills
Being your own boss doesn't mean create your own company. It's a mindset of how you view your life. Doug has recently created his own tech marketing/ security company. We discuss how it doesn't have to be a fight but a dance of work & reflection.
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It's our super sized 200th episode. Hooray! What better way to celebrate this baby then to discuss, well.. babies! Meagan talks about being an actress in NYC & LA, the writing process, myths of motherhood, and her struggles with PPD in her new memoir "Babies Are The Worst".
Buy the book: www.amazon.com/Babies-Are-Worst-…ood/dp/0692132252
Financial debt can stop you from reaching your goals and take away your happiness. JASON SIMONS has spent the last year researching personal finance & the nasty, underhanded business of Debt Collectors. He explains how most of what they do is illegal but if you're in a financial crisis how you can protect yourself.
Dating can be exciting, sometimes awkward but honestly it can really suck. Dana is here to to help you through it all.
Snowball fights, talking torture with your lady, nine month cycles of hell, getting propositioned in a stairwell- This episode has it all! Vinny and Dave share their insights & funny stories about dating and love.
When we look at our lives, we think about our goals. We want to announce to the world we matter. If only we could stop looking forward and looking backwards, and be grateful for the current moments.
Sometimes the way we behave is a guide to the way we think of the world and ourselves. Artist Bobby T. Rex talks about the importance of finds your voice & vision and staying true to both.
Reflections of the heart's travels. Don't force anything. Don't resist anything. We are not our feelings. We are what we think we are.
Writer Jason Simons discusses the importance of putting in the work- the hours- not to get published necessarily but to become better at the craft of writing.
Jason's blog https://adifferenttway.wordpress.com/
Jason's novel Two Fisted Power
Jay Lee and I discuss how the variety is the spice of life. We also talk actual spices, too.
Jason Simons returns to the podcast for a candid conversation on group think, race, and how we can improve ourselves & each other.
Donelle B. talks about lazy people, the dangers of "sippin that tea", and becoming a better version of yourself.
In the Stories series, I reflect on going to the Virginia state fair in the 6th grade, velvet curtains & shirtless dudes in overalls.
How often are we really ourselves in life vs a projection of who we need to be in a certain space and time? Actor Josh Taylor discusses the importance of checking ambition & ego to find your real self.
In a new installment of the storytelling series, I reflect about Father's Day & how my dad drove a white Chevrolet that everyone thought was a police car.