There are two kinds of people in this world. Those of us that went to Coachella, and those of us that didn't. Except those of us that didn't go, can say we pretty much DID go, because our entire Instagram feed for the past 2 weekends has been #Coachella. Is Coachella even about the music anymore? Or is it just a photo taking festival? Coachella has become more of a scene than the cool free-spirit music festival it started out as. For the first time ever Ashley, Lauren and Naz all sat down to discuss their opinions on the now mainstream - Coachella Music Festival - a festival none of them have ever been to, but they don't think they would like. They just don't get Coachella.
Do you post photos just so that you can get that little high you get when your crush "likes" it? Social media has changed the dating landscape immensely. Instagram can help you get dates (sliding into DMs), confirm that a guy is single or taken (girlfriend pics, tagged pics), and can assure you've got his attention (likes, duh). And that's only Instagram! Each social app has a feature that can help you determine how much someone likes you romantically...or so we think? Ashley and Naz (She's back!) discuss their experiences with dating and social media.
The sisterly bond is a beautiful and unique thing. Ashley and Lauren are similar in so many ways but there a few things they just don't get about each other. The girls delve into their likes and dislikes that don't quite match up with each other. Ashley loves peanut butter and jelly, socializing, going to dinner with friends. Lauren loves Taco Bell, lounging in bed, and delivery. Find out more about this opposing duo and how they argue their favorite things in this week's I Don't Get It Podcast.
Ever wonder how some women seem to have it all? Ashley and Lauren talk to the former editor-in-chief of Seventeen magazine, Anne Shoket author of the new book "The Big Life." Shoket an expert in "adulting." In "The Big Life" she helps guide millennials struggling to have a balance creating a career and juggling it along with friendship, romance, and hobbies. Shoket discusses with Ashley and Lauren what has worked for her in achieving her "Big Life." Later on, the girls bring their dad on to discuss the difference between dating now in contrast to back when Dr. Iaconetti met their mom in 1978. Is it best to meet and grow together or establish yourself first and then come together? That's the big question the girls explore in this podcast.