Our conversation about friends leaving for college and the bittersweetness of it quickly turned emotional as we discovered a bigger subconscious factor that was causing both relief and anxiety. We hope you can feel comforted by this episode, especially if you’re a first-generation student.
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Do you find it hard to open up? Is the thought of being vulnerable with your friends or family nerve-racking? We definitely understand what that’s like. Vulnerability is hard, but it can be really helpful. In this episode, we talk about the struggles of being vulnerable with thousands of people...
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What are influencers actually like? We’re in a unique position because we’re not fully involved in influencer culture but still see glimpses of it. In this episode, we talk about what we hate about it, why some see it as toxic, and why it has such a negative stigma. Enjoy!