Adulting… A total puzzle right, we know! We are trying to figure it out too. Adult puzzle podcast will be all about navigating life as young adults. Each week Lamide and Lolade will have conversations around topics, issues and realities pertaining to entering early adulthood. Each episode will be an open conversation to share experiences, stories, opinions and will occasionally include amazing guests who will bring different points of view to the conversation.
On this episode, the hosts discuss mental health and the stigma surrounding the topic as well as even having the conversation. They discuss the importance of being honest about the reality we face, health check-in’s, responding responsibly to situations, the role of therapy and lots more.
Religion & Spirituality
On this episode Ike joins Lamide & Lolade to talk about religion and spirituality. The conversations cover differences in denominations, religious practices, what it means to be spiritual versus religious, personal journeys and lessons learned. It’s an honest conversation amongst friends, enjoy!
On this episode, Femi and Naya join the podcast to discuss colorism. We dive into what colorism means and its effect on everyday living and our community. What’s the basis, what’s the mindset, the role of media plus can it be moved past from. This and many more are discussed on today’s episode, enjoy.
On this episode, Itoro joins the pod to discuss all things romantic relationships. We explore general practices, question the norm and give our 2 cents on what we understand by romantic relationships. We also discuss love languages, romance vs intimacy, love vs lust and lots more.
Black Hair Journey
In this episode, the AP stage is graced with Bolanle and Ike as they discuss their hair journeys. The episode discusses hair tips and tricks, the price of maintenance, media portrayal of black hair, the beauty of black hair and lots more.
On this episode Lolade and Lamide are joined by AP favorite Kez for a candid and eye opening conversation on immigration. The trio share their immigration stories, challenges as well as cultural differences, what moving back home would mean and lots more.