Young Everyday Black Woman is a podcast hosted by Courtney Hancock. She's a true believer in the acts of glowing, growing, and goaling and do so by having some conversations and putting things on the table . From social and black issues to relationships and self care, she's got you covered. New episodes available every other Sunday at 5pm.
Ep 45 - This S*** Hard.. But I Know It's Worth It
This episode Courtney digs deep and gets personal about her feelings.. Courtney talks about what it takes to make relationship (work in her eyes). She uses her own personal experiences to explain her thoughts on love and finding your inner "bad bitch". This hour long episode is worth the listen.. Tap in
Ep 44 - Life Be Happening Sis
This episode Courtney discuss what’s been going on with her. She speaks on a tough subject like diversity in the work world and what it’s like being the only black employee where she works. She talks about her love life, staying focused, breaking generational curses, a recent trip of hers to NC, and a recent hot topic of people denouncing their D9 orgs.
Ep 43- Courtney's College Survival Guide
This podcast episode is all about Courtney's 2022 College Survival Guide. Hear her stories, tips, and tricks to do better, feel better, and overall just live a better college life.
Ep 42 - One Step At A Time
This episode Courtney talks about where she's been and a wrap up of how her undergrad college experience. She also talks about work and life balance for now and the future. Lastly she taps into a little relationship stuff.. Something slight.
Ep 41 - All In God's Perfect Timing
This episode is special! We are two years into this podcast thang. I am so excited to share with you all two big accomplishments in my life! I also share with you all a little bit of my HBCU experience.
Ep 40 - The Evolution Of A Woman
This episode Courtney discusses the evolution of a woman and how black women especially should be constantly evolving. It's different ways to get through what you're going through and change is good. She wants everyone to know that it's very possible to change over time, but keep being your true and authentic self no matter what.