Everyone's heard of a "mid-life crisis", but 25-year-old Ron’Zena, is going through a "quarter-life crisis". Appropriately named, On The Rocks, Ron’Zena, invites listeners in for a long pour of the good, the bad, and the sometimes drunkly that accompanies growing up. Each week, she’ll serve honest thoughts, unfiltered conversations and unqualified advice as she navigates adulthood. Nothing is off limits nor will it be sugar coated. In fact, you’ll find yourself guessing whether your hosts’ life is on the rocks or she is enjoying a drink on the rocks. All this and more, as she mixes in time to bring family, friends and sometimes experts along for their hot shots on the schematics. New episodes every Friday and bonus episodes on some Tuesdays (when your host schedule is well.. not, on the rocks).
To Follow or To Un-Follow
Y’all, when I tell you I am utterly embarrassed from my screen time this week… there are no other words to express my disbelief.
In todays episode, I address how my generation, gen-z, has turned the follow button into a standard, meaning when you meet someone new it is almost expected that you are suppose to connect with them on social media.
Likewise there’s this unspoken notion that when un-following someone it’s seen as a big f u.
For this reason, I have a love / hate relationship with social media. And there are always reservations when deciding to follow or un-follow someone. Tune in to hear all that and more about my thoughts on social media.
New Episodes Every Friday
Finding Friendship ft. Hana Canhasi and Faith Miller (Conversations with Creators)
Good friends are hard to find no matter what age you are, so when you find them HOLD ON.
In today's episode, Ron'Zena, sits down with her besties to have a candid conversation about the peace she's found since aligning herself with these women, Hana and Faith, who shown her nothing but love, and support throughout her many seasons of life.
The Show Must Go On ft. Kyle "The Worst" (Conversations with Creators)
There's a saying as old as show business that goes, "the show must go on".
In today's episode, I sit down with Kyle "The Worst" to spark a conversaion about how he is building a community around music and local artist.
What started as a hand-in-cheek stage name, "the worst", has now evolved into a full self-proclaimed concert series, known as The Worst Night. As a rookie to the event coordinating space, Kyle, shares why he felt so strongly about giving local artist a platform to thrive, how collaboration (I WAS A COHOST) is key, and what is to come with future worst night productions.
If you're interested in becoming a part of "The Worst Night Productions", or would like to follow Kyle's journey you can find him on Instagram @kyle.the.worst
We Are Already Living In A Metaverse ft. Ashley Booker (Conversations with Creators)
For the past two years, I have struggled with applying action to my purpose and the hardest part of it all was being still in the process.
When I say being still, I mean the unknowing. Not knowing who to direct questions to, how to get started or how to remain discipline once starting or what to do next. After a lot of trial an error, over time, I found there is no real answer on how other than to do.
In this part on of my Life Lessons Series, I sit down with music producer / entrepreneur Ashley Booker, to have a candid conversation about finding one's purpose, what it takes to be successful and how we are already living in a metaverse.
The 25-Year-Old Roommate: The Story on Moving Back in with my Parents, ft. my Mom & Dad
Uhhhhh the title says it all, need I say more?
In today's episode, Ron'Zena, addresses the elephant in the room: "how are you living at home at 25?", with the help of her mother and father... but mostly her mother, as she shares her story on why she moved back in , how a 6-month plan turned into two-years real quick, and some of the pros along with cons of living at home. With plans of moving, let's say in the near future, Ron'Zena, jokes amidst her parents on the planning involved such as: finding a place, paying rent, and being responsible for herself. It's been fin and games living at home, but as her mother would say it's now time to --- grow up.
New Episodes Every Friday.
Identity Crisis: Re-Learning Who I Am, What I Like & Being Selfish
Who am I? A simple question that can spark a great conversation, lead to forever friendships and have one feeling confident in their own skin, but what happens when you simply do not know how to answer.
In today's episode, Ron'Zena ask herself this trivial: who am I? But the explanation comes in the form of a riddle as she talks about ageing, growing apart from friends, exploring new hobbies, and learning it is ok to be selfish with one's time.
New Episodes Every Friday.
Tyler Pickert - The Real Talk Podcast
I love the concept, a host that’s willing to be open and honest about not only the good but the bad parts of early adulthood. I appreciate being able to listen and hear about life from a woman’s point of view, opens up my eyes to a whole new version to a world we both share. Love seeing more & more podcasters from MO, keep up the great content. 🙏🏻
My Thirsty Thursday Pregame Cast!! 🤪
If Thursdays weren’t already a means for celebration now we are blessed with On The Rocks with Ron’Zena! Each week, I look forward to hearing, Ron’Zena, spill all the liquor-tea about growing up in your twenties! I love the raw, authentic and comical conversations she has about her party days, and how relatable, her and her stories are! If you’re looking for a funny, feel-good show this is right for you! I’m ready to pour up my drink, and to stop overthinking 🤪🥳🍾
Can’t wait til next Thursday
This podcast is awesome!! Funny and keeps you engaged! I love this podcast and the stories she shares. Can’t wait for more!!