Black & Yellow


Resolution Revolution Pt.1

We're back from our unforeseen hiatus with a special message and a steady slate of new episodes to come. Thanks for sticking with us, we're excited for Black & Yellow in 2020.

With a new year comes new goals to tackle! The desire to better one’s self is admirable, but how can we make resolutions less of a “me” thing, and more of a “we” thing? In this episode, Alana & Jacklyn discuss their own resolutions for 2020 as well as ways to help better the world around us in the process. We love you all, and wanted to kick this year off on a personal note. We also want to inspire you to be the most kick a** person you can be in 2020. Enjoy! Hope you can spend the decade with us!

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Alana J. Webster: @renegadeoffun

Jacklyn Chung Young: @jacklynchungyoung

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