We’ve been away for over two weeks and so much has gone down in the world. From Muslim bans to the GRAMMYs we are saying all of the words left unsaid about current events. We’re talking about the “Cash Me Outside” Girl, Hurt Bae, the Remy Ma/Nicki Minaj “ShETHER” dis track, and everything that has gone down in the meantime and in between time. We also have a new #QTNA (questions that need answers) segment where we dissect national and world politics. Give us a listen and tweet us your thoughts @unbasicpodcast.
This week, we’re continuing the New Year’s resolution series and talking all about finding your purpose, making the most of where you are now, and setting measurable, attainable career goals. We know that most millennials have a 9 to 5 and a 5 to 9, and we want to encourage you to see your 9 to 5 as an investment in your 5 to 9. It’s time to stop ignoring your something bigger and be you UNLEASHED!
Most people’s New Year resolutions center on one of three things: weight, relationships, and career satisfaction. We don’t believe in resolutions, but we do believe in doing better, so we’re doing a series of podcasts on these three subjects.
To kick it off, we have an episode we’re calling “Uncuffed” because we’re both single and need for you to hear about it. In this episode, we’re talking about love languages, sex, boundaries, expectations, and making the time to love and be loved. We’re both looking for our “plus one”– where they at though? Help us out y’all and stay tuned for next week’s episode, “Unleashed,” all about working that 9 to 5 to your benefit.
The first episode of Unbasic is now live for your listening pleasure! We want to say the words left unsaid in this podcast, and go beyond skimming the headlines to dig into current events, art, celebrity news, wellness, everything that is trending, and everything that isn’t.
In this first episode, we’re getting it out of the way and going political. Listen to us unpack the inauguration and recent executive orders, as well as our take on issues such as immigration, gun control, women’s healthcare, and more.
*Kelundra misspoke in this episode and accidentally said that Clarence Thomas swore in Donald Trump, but he actually swore in Mike Pence. Recognizing one’s error and correcting it is unbasic.
“Be daring, be different, be impractical; be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.” –Cecil Beaton