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73 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
S3 Ep. 13: Relationships w/2020
2020 has been one helluva year! For the season finale, join us in reflecting on how you bonded with 2020. Was it tumultuous? Triumphant? A bit of both? What we can agree on is that it was a year that changed us forever. And for that, we are grateful...yet it came with some bruises for some of us. What about 2020 would YOU like to put in apartment 4E?
124 minutes | Dec 28, 2020
S3 Ep. 12: Relationships w/Politics
Korey Salter, Political Campaign Strategist, and Lindsay Scola, Former Obama Administration staffer, join us to chat about their relationships with politics. The Covid-19 vaccine, voting, equity and the future of political parties are all discussed as we ruminate on a relationship that effects us and our neighbors. How does your engagement reflect what matters most to you?
91 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
S3 Ep. 11: Relationships w/Work Colleagues
Do you like your co-workers? Do you respect them? Can you trust them to perform their roles? Now, turn those questions on yourself. Caroline Garcia, Talent Acquisitions Specialist, joins us to discuss her professional experience recruiting talent; how recruiting relates to HR; the past and current challenges of changing how boardrooms look; and how her efforts are evolving. Listen to this episode if you’re looking for solutions on how to build better relationships with your colleagues.
128 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
S3 Ep. 10: Relationships w/Police
So many conversations are happening about law enforcement officers...without officers! We present a conversation with two law enforcement officers - Jonathan Parker and Lenny Bradley. Parker has been an officer in Chattanooga, TN since 2007. Lenny has been an officer in NYC since 2006. Both offer their experiences with their communities from personal, professional, wellness and religious perspectives. This is a chat about the RELATIONSHIP, which has never been a healthy one for some Americans. Parker and Bradley share how they are helping heal the relationship, but they can’t do it alone...tune in!
131 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
S3 Ep. 9: Relationships w/Romantic Partners
Love, love, love. Romantic relationships might be the most mysterious of them all. So, Jen and David are joined by one of Jen’s exes and David’s ex-wife - Hilaire and Trish, respectively, to chat about how they view romantic experiences. For Jen, she hasn’t seen or talked to Hilaire in 2 years. For David, he has an excellent relationship with Trish that came with a lot of work and where they now consider themselves family. Tune in to a unique conversation with two exes who present their perspectives on their time with the hosts and what they look for in future mates.
124 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
S3 Ep. 8: Relationships w/Privilege
“Privilege is a helluva of a drug.” Rick James may not have said that exactly, but it’s true! | Sekani, a U.K.-based Film Director and Sam Wolov, a NorCal-based beauty and fashion photographer, open up about their relationships with racial, gender, professional, and financial privileges. | What privilege(s) do you have, and how are you using them to harvest equity? | Join us as we tackle privilege from angles not commonly explored.
94 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
S3 Ep. 7: Relationships w/Aging
AGING! An inevitable aspect of life. We are joined by FOUR guests who offer diverse perspectives on their relationships w/aging - Colleen Rosenblum (53), Host of “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” podcast; Chase Parker (31), Filmmaker and Podcast Co-Host of “Bros with No Hoes”; Andy Grant (54), Podcast Host of “Real Men Feel”; and Alan Ursillo (73), LA-Based Actor and President of the Alan Ursillo Corp. | We dive into aging piece-by-piece, starting with childhood and landing at mature adulthood. How has your view of aging evolved over the years? Like it, love it or hate it? This convo offers solutions on how to view aging as living, breathing beings.
133 minutes | Oct 26, 2020
S3 Ep. 6: Relationships w/God
OH. MY. GOD. We chat about our relationships with God, whether existent or non-existent. And we bring in LA-based writer Kiana Garner, who is a practicing Nichiren Buddhist and UK-based podcaster Marc Jeffrey, an agnostic, to bring energetic perspectives to the discourse. We ruminate over the differences between God and religion; whether hallucinogens help you see the spirit world; how their beliefs in God inform other relationships; and more. This might be one of the few times you hear a convo about God and no one gets angry or tries to convince anyone of anything. So, what’s your relationship with God like? Let’s talk about it!
102 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
S3 Ep. 5: Relationships w/Social Media
“Everything is not as it seems,” and people’s use of social media can reflect this very well. | We are joined by Camila Greenberg (certified Life Coach, Yoga Instructor, Reiki practitioner, and LA-based actress) and Emily Coffman (host of “Girls Gone Healthy” podcast and former D1 athlete) to discuss their relationships with social media during this time of unprecedented physical disconnection. | How does your relationship with social media validate you, represent you, and even effect human rights? All and more are explored.
150 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
S3 Ep. 4: Relationships w/Travel
We focus on our relationships with TRAVEL. | For travel professionals Erick Prince and Ashley Renne, their relationships with travel evolved over time. For Ashley, it morphed into a purpose for environmentalism, sustainability and a plant-based lifestyle. For Erick (aka Minority Nomad), it’s led to him wanting to be the first African-American man to travel all over the world, with 95 countries currently under his belt. | We hope this episode gets you thinking about how traveling can impact your growth.
96 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
S3 Ep. 3: Relationships w/Money
“Money, Money, Money!” What is your relationship with it? | Financial Therapist Lindsay Bryan-Podvin and LA-based Actor Jason Bernardo join us to discuss their journeys with currency. From childhood experiences w/money TO understanding that it’s the only relationship that you can’t avoid (or there will be immediate consequences), We explore aspects of the relationship that most people haven’t yet considered.
80 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
S3 Ep. 2: Relationships w/Self-Care
Eva Rodriguez, a certified integrative nutrition health coach with specialized training in Emotional Eating Psychology and Mindfulness, joins us to chat about how self-care leads to balance. What is self-care? What isn’t self-care? Why is it important to practice? All of these questions are discussed, along with teaching children about the practice and how to make time for the most important person in your life - YOU!
92 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
S3 Ep. 1: Relationships w/Self
Season 3 is here! And we focus on RELATIONSHIPS. First up - Relationships with SELF. | We explore - What is the self? How did you become aware of the self? What fixed characteristics do you have? How do you feel about yourself? | As we’re all spending more time sitting within THE SELF, this episode will provide some insight on how to reflect on the being you are and the being you’re becoming.
94 minutes | May 11, 2020
S2 Ep. 14: Black & White Ending, American Neighborhoods and Jacob & Tillie Tell All
For our final episode of the season, David’s precious niece and nephew, Jacob and Tillie, join us to shoot the ish about “Friends,” how COVID is affecting them in England, what it means to be annoying and more! | Jen and David turn the “what we learned” on each other; big up their neighborhoods; and give huge shout-outs to all guests. | Thanks for a great season, listeners!
91 minutes | May 4, 2020
S2 Ep. 13: Black & White Real Estate, American Permanence and Becky & Karen
Luke Middleton, owner of The Middleton Group, shoots the ish with us about real estate. We discuss anti-discrimination acts, best properties to invest in and the essential nature of his business during COVID. | David shares some good news, Jen puts Karen & Becky in Apartment 4E, and we dive into other topics that you don’t want to miss.
122 minutes | Apr 27, 2020
S2 Ep. 12: Societal Design x Social Impact, British Whitewash and Nani’s Favorite
Xavier Ramey, CEO of social impact consulting firm Justice Informed, stops by to shoot the ish about how the United States operates on an opportunity and injustice model, socialism, and how Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) strategies can help organizations improve communities. | Jen and David further discuss groundhog days, when to HEART iMessages and Nani’s favorite song.
90 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
S2 Ep.11: Black & White Finances, British NHS and Mum’s Apartment 4E
Lindsay Bryan-Podvin joins us to shoot the ish about financial therapy and how it could help us all have a healthy emotional relationship to money. | Jen and David further discuss how much David is his mum’s child; COVID-19 cases in remote Amazonian communities; so-called American freedom fighters; and more.
79 minutes | Apr 13, 2020
S2 Ep. 10: Black & White Healthcare, British Skipping Singh, and Biting Puppies
Dr. Ricky Brathwaite joins us to discuss his role as CEO of the Bermuda Health Council during the COVID-19 crisis. | Then, Jen and David shoot the ish about how the pandemic is hitting communities of color the hardest; tree conservation; and pandas mating with no human lookey-loos.
90 minutes | Apr 6, 2020
S2 Ep. 9: Black & White Content, American Unity and Roddy’s Box
Jay Roewe, SVP of Production at HBO, joins us to chat about how he sees the future of consuming content; what he values during this time of crisis; and how he has been an agent for diversity. | Jen & David waste 2 seconds on the sh*tty job Trump is doing. Jen learned how to flip an omelette. Also, David puts misleading memes in Apartment 4E. | Lastly, who knows what “the box” is in Roddy’s song? 🤔🤔🤔
51 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
Special: Black & White Virus, British Pondering, and American Reflections
We are still technically on a mid-season break, but The Rona broke us out of it temporarily. | We chat about how The Rona is affecting our towns - LA and NYC. | We spat about who’s to blame for poor response to the pandemic. | And Jen turned 36 in quarantine.
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