Episode Four - Red Wine in a Green Bottle

In which Sarah makes a minor mistake before launching into a lively chat about shopping. From buying organic to buying online, our hosts have a lot to say about how you should spend your time and your money. 

Episode links here:

Study: A majority of Gen Z and Millennials expect to do all shopping digitally in the future

Redesigning Retail for the Next Generation

Virtue Feed & Grain

Feeding America (one of many ways to find your local food pantry)

Big thanks to those of you who shared your feminist chants and literature recommendations!

Check out our wine reviews here. Cheers!

Episode Three - Lady Problems

In which Dana leads us into a timely discussion of the empowered ladies of 2017. The #metoo movement had swept the nation, from Hollywood to the Hill, affirming that 2017 is the year of the fierce lady. On the lighter side, our hosts dish on being a committed lady sports fan, revealing football teams that could not be at great odds!

Stay tuned to the end of the episode for an update. In the lead up to the Super Bowl, our hosts are trying hard to stay friends. Tell us: who are you rooting for? The underdogs, right? Or do you have another sport of choice? 😉

Episode links here:

TIME Person of the Year 2017: The Silence Breakers

Instead of #MeToo, French Women Say 'Out Your Pig'

After the #MeToo backlash, an insider’s guide to French feminism

How Ridley Scott replaced Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer in ‘All The Money In The World’ revealed

Be sure to send us your feminist chants and literature recommendations!

Check out our wine reviews here. Cheers!

Episode Two - That Sweet Millennial Life

In which Sarah poses hard hitting questions about napkins and shopping malls. Millennials get a bad rap when it comes to the changing economy, but is that all bad? Our hosts discuss these changing times, and the fuzzy definition of who even belongs to their generation anyways.

Check out the links here: 

'Psychologically scarred' millennials are killing countless industries from napkins to Applebee's — here are the businesses they like the least (Business Insider)

Here Is When Each Generation Begins and Ends, According to Facts (The Atlantic)

Our wine reviews can be found here: https://www.decantdc.com/wine/

Special thanks to Kathryn Kamowski for producing this episode.

Episode One - Swiping Left on Online Dating

In which Dana schools us on the perils of online dating. Online dating can be a major bummer, basically a full time job checking out bad matches. Our hosts talk through some dating history and Sarah lets us know that it isn't all bad.

Check out the links here: 

The Surprising Details That Lead To Online Dating Success (Huffington Post) 

A Catfishing With a Happy Ending (The Atlantic)

The Hopleaf Bar, Chicago

Special thanks to Kathryn Kamowski for producing this episode.