Season three comes to a close as Alli, LaTasha, and a special guest answer your questions—from makeup secrets, to navigating complicated relationships, to why LaTasha doesn't put much faith in the Enneagram.
In a world where leadership is generally defined by white males, what does it mean to lead as a female? Alli and LaTasha invite two special guests to join them for a conversation around leadership, race, and how access to God changes everything.
Feelings of FOMO are generally accepted as part of modern life, but should they be? Alli and LaTasha meet up with Korrin, a recent graduate working her first job, for an in-process conversation around silencing FOMO and learning to walk in freedom.
We're all looking for our people—a safe place to laugh, cry, and belong. But adult friendships are difficult. What's a girl to do? Alli and LaTasha sit down with their friend, LeDawn, for a conversation around finding and keeping friends worth having.
In a conversation that builds off the groundwork laid last week, Alli and Latasha dive below the surface for a conversation around self-image, identity, and the messages we receive (and believe) about ourselves.
When we look in the mirror, what we see looking back at us is deeper than skin and makeup. Alli and Latasha sit down with an executive in the beauty industry for a honest conversation about beauty, comparison and learning to trust God's words.
Wouldn't life be a little bit easier if men and women could understand each other? Alli and Latasha sit down with pastor and author, Brian Tome, for an honest discussion about understanding men—covering everything from how to be married to them, to how to recognize a man worth dating, to how to raise a strong boy.
We had such a great conversation on family with our latest guest, Kim Botto, that we couldn't fit it all into one episode. Alli and Latasha spend a few extra minutes with her in a rapid-fire Q&A session.
400 years after the first slaves arrived in Virginia, culture and religion are still letting us down around race and reconciliation. Alli and Latasha welcome two guests for a gritty conversation around what Jesus has to say on this important topic.
Alli was recently a guest on The Big Top podcast, where she got to talk motherhood, dating her husband, and how much she loves tacos. Like what you hear? Find more The Big Top [here](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-big-top/id1398624401?mt=2).