A lifestyle and culture podcast, minus the B.S. She's a psych-head from Chicago and he's a legal-minded nerd from New York. They're two opposites that tackle the topics that you care about, with 100% realness and humor. Listen in as they say what you're thinking in this funny & drama-free positivity zone.
It's Season 2.... we made it!
Quick Reflection: If 2018 were a person, it would be the character Frank Gallagher from Shameless. All sorts of messy, disorganized, and at times hopeful... but we're certainly looking to move on!
Alan and Ryan cover 2018 in a review and talk about all the fun and exciting opportunities that 2019 will bring. This episode covers a Giveaway for all you lovely listeners as a "Thank You" for putting up with Neaux Nonsense.
In the midst of the Christmas season, Alan and Ryan take an opportunity to talk about how the holidays affect people and their well-being. It's time to get a little serious and discuss the importance of mental health. This is a heart-felt discussion about awareness and how YOU can help others. People are counting on you.
Who knew that Wreck It Ralph could teach some valuable life lessons? Alan and Ryan talk about the holidays creeping upon the nation. All of us are shelling out money for Black Friday but these young-ins are playing with the boxes instead! Somehow all of this plays an integral role in our thought-processes... seriously... trust us!
When was the last time you minded your own business? We mean this in a good way... trust us! Alan and Ryan talk about how minding your own business can be a freeing experience. From secret languages to Netflix & Chill to pulling elbow skin (yes, that's a thing), these two dissect life in a way that only they can do. Pull up a chair, grab a coffee and let's get REAL!
Remember back in kindergarten, when we were taught to keep our hands to ourselves? Well, it appears as though some of us have forgotten the basics. Alan and Ryan talk about The Color Purple, the definition of feminism, and how easy it is to eat a pound of Oreo cookies! Seriously, it's a thing. Bonus... you're going to take a walk down memory lane with a certain teacher that's tired of everyone's crap.
Hey baby, what's your sign? The Neauxs discuss whether horoscopes or personality tests are the best route to getting to know a person. Also, quick question: What do catsuits, Serena Williams, confederate flags, tattoos, and tea all have in common? Apparently, it summarizes their entire week... we're not joking.
Why do people feel the need to place value in a title? What makes someone better than the next? Recently, Geoffrey Owens, renowned actor from The Cosby Show, was recently "job shamed" for bagging groceries. What's so wrong with that? Alan and Ryan talk about what makes a person tear another person down and how to prevent this.
What if the only thing stopping you from taking the next step is yourself? Alan and Ryan talk about their biggest fears and how it prevents them from taking the leap of faith. This episode's takeaway: Kaepernick your own destiny... listen and you'll see why!
What does it mean when a person doesn't like comedies? Like, none at all. Does that make them a real-life Dexter? Is that even normal? Alan and Ryan talk about why Ryan would be a horrible soldier, the sacred place that is White Castle, and of course a binge-worthy list for Netflix.
The Law of Attraction is not just some hippy dippy nonsense. Seriously. Alan and Ryan talk about how practical it can be to put the Law of Attraction into place to get to that next level and make life a little easier to manage.
This episode is about getting our ish together, in life. Ryan can't get over the lack of good food in Arizona and Alan has some choice words about the term "dieting". They're getting down to the bottom of the need for having a balanced life. With work, family, exercise, meal prepping, and other responsibilities... how in the world are people today supposed to keep it all together?
Summer has officially ended but not without a plethora of crazes and heart dropping news! From the KiKi Challenge to the unfortunate passings of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, join us as we talk about the pros and cons of social media. This is your snapshot of the summer of 2018, with a positive and light-hearted perspective.