Juan Alanis and Anjelica Cazares are the husband and wife duo who are the hosts of this weekly Latino podcast. Besides being married, Juan and Anjelica are also business owners together. They talk about life as first-generation Mexican-Americans, business, culture, relationships, and more.
Welcome. To In The Business with Juan and Anjelica!
After more than two years of starting our podcast journey we finally have taken the plunge and given the show new name! You are now about to listen to the In the Business with Juan and Anjelica podcast. Same station, same crazy hosts, but with a new purpose and commitment. In this episode we talk about how we came to this point of changing our name - although we don't necessarily agree on how we got here. Anyhow, we hope you will join un and enjoy this episode.
Cancel Culture and Making Friends as Adults
Since we’ve been in Northwest Arkansas, one thing we have started to understand is that making friends as adults is not always easy. The same could be said for the idea of cancel culture, and we talk about it in this latest episode. Take a listen and shareyour thoughts and tips with us on both topics if you have any experience. We would be most grateful.
The Move to Northwest Arkansas: Part Two
We are not leaving Texas. As crazy as it sounds, we are splitting our time between two states. Expanding our growing business in a new place, and taking a leap of faith on what we hope will be a very worthwhile investment of our time and resources. Aquí les damos todo el chisme!
Dr. David Persse on COVID-19 in Houston
Dr. David Persse is the Chief Medical Officer for the city of Houston at the Houston Health Department. It's been under his guidance and leadership that we continue to navigate public health and safety around the global pandemic. On this episode, he joins me for a very informative conversation on the state of health matters in Houston.
The Move to Northwest Arkansas: Part One
We are back! And this time coming live to you all the way from Northwest Arkansas. On this episode we get into what made us decide to give this part of the country a try as our new additional zip code to call home. Texas, you are always still with us!
COVID-19 Series: Kids 5-17 Years Old
The Houston Health Department's Porfirio Villareal joined me for this important conversation in our COVID-19 Series. To increase parents’ awareness and consideration of the COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-17 years old, the Houston Health Department is working diligently in the Houston community to create more awareness about how to keep families and our city safe and secure during this ongoing global pandemic.
I enjoy your show… it’s nice to listen to people who are like myself and my family. My husband and I joke around so much sometimes I am not sure if he is pulling my piñata or telling the truth. But despite all of that… we have mad love for each other.
Looking forward to your next episode.
Let him finish his sentence please…
I can listen anymore, I have kids here and they don’t need to hear her foul language.
Great for when you’re making breakfast
Especially now that we’re quarantined and I have limited interaction with other adults, I love listening to this podcast and eavesdropping on Angelica and Juan’s conversation. It makes me feel like I’m at Starbucks and the couple next to me is having an awesome conversation that I want to jump into. Highly recommend!