Category: Podcast

Lifestyle, Podcast

Moving Cross Country

Considering a Big Move? My husband and I picked up everything and moved a month after our wedding. We took a huge gamble but it wasn’t without planning. Once his interview started two months before the offer was even made, we went into research mode. We weighed all the pros and cons of him taking …

Entrepreneurship, Podcast, Professional

Side Hustle Mentality

Welcome Back! We’re back with the B Chic University Podcast talking about entrepreneurship and the “side hustle mentality”. Did you know that there are a bajillion terms for the “preneur” word? It’s not just an entrepreneur. I did some light research to get a better grip on how you and I fit into these categories. …

Lifestyle, Podcast

Why I Cut My Locs + Life Lessons

The Reasoning I was fed up. My hair was becoming very expensive to upkeep and it seemed like I was not making progress or maintaining a neat look how I wanted to. So I cut my hair, but obviously this was premeditated to an extent. I had always dreamed about cutting my hair later down …

Lifestyle, Organization, Podcast

It’s Time to #SelfBless (Setting 2020 Goals)

This blog post is an extended version of show notes for my 12/31/19 podcast episode. Tune in or read my blog post below. As we get closer to the last hour of 2019, I started to think more about my goals from January. You may have set your goals for 2020 already, but this inspiration …

College, Money, Podcast

Transitioning from College to Adulthood: Finances, Part 2

The college experience is a rollercoaster, but for most, there is an end in sight. What do you do when you graduate? Hopefully, land a full-time job or work full-time for yourself. The first year (or two) is crucial in determining where to from here. Many changes occur as full-on adulthood settles in. The Transitioning …

College, Money, Podcast

Transitioning from College to Adulthood: Finances, Part 1

The college experience is a rollercoaster, but for most, there is an end in sight. What do you do when you graduate? Hopefully, land a full-time job or work full-time for yourself. The first year (or two) is crucial in determining where to from here. Many changes occur as full-on adulthood settles in. The Transitioning …