Margo and Tashira check in on the status of their New Year's goals / resolutions as January comes to a close. What's working for them so far, and what isn'? We also take a moment to reflect on the recent resignation of Claudine Gay, former president of Harvard University, and discuss why we don't really believe it was a voluntary resignation. If you'd like to hear even more of our thoughts on the Claudine Gay story, head over to our YouTube channel where we published it in its entirety as a standalone video.Full Claudine Gay Segment:
What We're Taking With Us from 2023 and What We Plan to Leave Behind: Happy New Year! Margo & Tashira reflect on what they learned in 2023, their goals for 2024 and what they are ready to leave behind, both in their personal lives and professionally. Tashira reflects on workaholism, and Margo shares insights about her surgeries from 2023 and regaining strength as we head into 2024.
What’s the best and worst advice you’ve been given throughout the years? Today, we’re tackling this topic while also sharing thoughts on the recent Torey Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion documentary.
In the last episode of season three, Margo and Tashira discuss how Americans define luxury. They explore the nuances that impact this definition like race, class and access to wealth. Does luxury have to include material items? What's the difference between loud and quiet luxury? Join us in the private community to sound off!
In this episode, Margo and Tashira discuss how they value time and make room for things that truly matter. As you listen, ask yourself: Am I holding space and time for what I love? Your answer may shock you.
In the kickoff to season three, Margo and Tashira discuss a hot topic happening over on social media. Would you date a bus driver? Tune in for a discussion that digs deeper than career and ends at relationship non-negotiables.
In this episode, Margo and Tashira pick apart what it means to dress ones age. They explore the "turning my mom into me" viral trend on Tiktok and use it to investigate the restricting values women face around age, body shape and sex appeal. In the end, they encourage the audience to determine their personal definition of great style at any age.
In this episode, physician Dr. Heather Hirsch busts through myths surrounding menopause. Let's jump into this little discussed stage of life that often leaves us hot and bothered.
And just like that we're back with season two! In this episode, Margo and Tashira are answering all your burning questions.
In this episode, Margo and Tashira explore the dualities of joy and grief. How can life be so great and challenging simultaneously? The hosts discuss discovering how to hold space for both at a Big age.
Relationships coming to an end is a normal part of life. However, women often possess a cliche idea of friendships and cliques. In this episode, Margo and Tashira discuss the natural evolution of relationships including friendship breakups. This conversation is for folks who are embracing development, growth, and self-life at a Big age.