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Boiler Suits, Wendy Williams, and Marriage Advice
The ENTHUSIASTIC women walk the fashion runway in their boiler suits. Wendy Williams recently shared her sober house experience, and the EW team shares theirs. And finally, some suffragette marriage advice has resurfaced.
Alexa Does It All, Cheerleading Coach Crap, and Kardashians Turn 16
The ENTHUSIASTIC women wonder whether Alexa is doing too much. Hear how a Wisconsin cheerleading coach took “coaching” to a crazy level, a disturbing targeted ad trend and the world’s attempt to Keep Up with the Kardashians.
KFC Gets Sexy, Ancestry.com Goes Wrong, and Sharenting
The ENTHUSIASTIC women hit the road for the “Women Who Influence Event” sponsored by “Brand Experience.” Do we need sexy fast food mascots like the new KFC Colonel? Let's discuss. How did Ancestry.dom go SO WRONG with their recent tone-deaf “Slave Owner in Love” commercial? And, when does social show too much regarding our kids? Especially for folks like Gwyneth Paltrow and Pink. Listen in, plus learn more about the “Brand Experience” strategic brand development company at www.brandexperiencee.com
The Death of Dress Barn
The ENTHUSIASTIC women return to the Enthusiastic Woman Worldwide Headquarters to mourn the loss of Dress Barn. Also, how did “Oh Polly” manage such an epic inclusivity fail? And are GenXers fueling slacker hype?
Beyond Meat, Disney Princesses, DoNOTs After 40
The ENTHUSIASTIC women get on the Beyond Meat bandwagon. Has the "Disney-fication" of princesses negatively effected young girls worldwide? Thanks to the friendly folks at Buzzfeed, here are "27 Things That Everyone Over 40 Does." And finally, some would be safecrackers bewilder with their poorly planned heist.
Crocs, Dolly Parton, and OK Boomer!
Crocs are back in fashion, but are the feet of Shannan, Samantha and Judy here for their return? Dolly Patton is a cross-generational role model. Listen in for some gushing about her. Who’s really to blame about the OK Boomer phenomenon? And finally, some advice to “Don’t Crime” for your wedding day.