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100 Episodes of Adulting

Celebrate with us as we look back at how our past 99 episodes changed us, revised some of our beliefs, and helped us grow into the adults that we are today.

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  • Subtle Sexism

    55:26
    Let's catch some seemingly harmless behaviors that are rooted on normalized prejudices against women.
  • The 4 Love Killers

    01:06:10
    Love can endure a lot of things, but some harmful behaviors can ultimately sabotage romantic relationships.So before the 4 Horsemen of the Relationship Apocalypse come galloping in to disrupt your connection, learn how to combat these destructive behaviors and keep the love alive.
  • Adulting Advice IV

    01:07:33
    Some of you are consulting us about your current life challenges, so here’s our attempt to offer solutions and alternatives to your situations. 
  • Lessons From Love

    01:41:21
    Romantic relationships have undeniable highs and lows. So let's make the most of our romantic experiences and glean valuable lessons from our heartbreaks and happy ever afters.
  • Quiet Quitting

    01:36:05
    Are you part of this global trend? Find out why chunk of our workforce has stopped going above and beyond for their jobs.
  • 2024 Ins & Outs

    01:25:44
    Ready for a great 2024? Then let's take some time to discover what to invite IN and what to kick OUT of our lives this year and plan how we can become vibin' and thrivin' adults this 2024.
  • Life Lessons from Traveling

    01:45:06
    Let's journey back to our past vacation trips and pick up some nuggets of wisdom along the way.
  • Toxic Workplace Practices Part II

    52:51
    One episode is not enough to discuss solutions for toxic workplaces. We're joined again by our friend and non-toxic workmate, Randolph Longjas, to talk about more ways we can change our work environments and practices for the better.
  • Toxic Workplace Practices Part I

    01:26:33
    You're not sensitive. The system is really broken. Let's address some elephants in the room with our good friend Randolph Longjas in the hopes of making our workplaces a safer and more nurturing space to thrive in. Maker's Sched vs Manager's Sched: https://commadot.com/makers-schedule-managers-schedule/