2 very opinionated 30 something Black girl millennials who are bosses on the daily share 2 sometimes polar opposite beliefs on everyday big topics such as commitment, policy, finances, work life and surviving the millennial life as WE know it.
Cherelle and Necole are joined by JD to discuss the perception of the working mom from the male and women perspective. Necole explains fiscal year and Cherelle shares self encouragement to end the rest on a high note.
Necole and Cherelle discuss family dynamics during the holidays - and how that might be different during these times with Covid-19. Cherelle shares a feel-good checklist and Necole explains a bear market.
Gina joins Necole and Cherelle again, but this time to discuss her take on female masculinity and the perception of assertive Black women in relationships and the work place. Necole explains a bull market and Cherelle encourages us to cultivate our own happiness.
In this episode, Cherelle and Necole are joined by Aida to discuss whether Black women need protecting and whose responsibility it is to provide that protection. Necole explains the financial term of beneficiary and Cherelle shares the importance of loving yourself.
In this episode, Cherelle and Necole share tips for when its time to leave a company or career and what to do next. Necole explains financial collateral and Cherelle breaks down shared responsibility between partners.
In this episode, Necole and Cherelle discuss whether being compassionate or demonstrating self-preservation is best based on a series of current events. Necole explains a third financial term this week and Cherelle gives tips for developing a self-care plan.
In this episode, Cherelle and Necole discuss the term “imposter syndrome” and strategies for combating it in life. Necole introduces the first financial vocabulary term of the season and Cherelle provides ideas for finishing the year with creativity.
In this episode, Necole and Cherelle continue the topic of “perceptions” and share their experiences as Black women. Necole breaks down the economic discussion of negative interest rates and Cherelle explains PTSD in Black communities.
Necole and Cherelle continue the discussion of being Black in 2020 and talk through some of the changes that have surfaced since the public deaths of Black folx. Necole reminds us to get our finances in check now that payment extensions are ending, and Cherelle discusses the importance of self forgiveness.
In the first of many parts discussing being a Black millennial in 2020, Necole and Cherelle are joined by guests JD and Cortel to talk through the part entitled, “What You Say?” Necole reminds us to hit the pockets of companies profiting off of Black bodies and Cherelle advocates for free therapy for Black folx.
Necole and Cherelle invite guests Gina and Jay to discuss life for a 2020 graduate during the pandemic. Necole shares a quick financial tip about the ripple effect of looting and Cherelle shares the need for setting boundaries.
In this episode, Necole and Cherelle share their experiences with commitment and commitment phobia. Necole shares tips for obtaining unemployment insurance and Cherelle shares how to know it’s time to leave your job.
Necole and Cherelle discuss the impact The Rona has had on social media and ideas for managing its use for both personal and professional. Necole shares a financial tip of what to do with your stimulus check once you get it and Cherelle shares the importance of keeping your energy up.
In this episode, Cherelle and Necole discuss how to make good use of spare time and provide updates of the Covid-19, staying at home and the state of K-12 education. Necole breaks down updates regarding student loans during her brief financial tip and Cherelle shares strategies for staying mentally healthy.