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All About The Duo Podcast

I can’t remember how old I was when I realized that my mom was more than my mom. Sometime between the day I was born and when I became a pre-teen, I recognized that I was blessed with a mom that was so much more. My mom is and has always been my mentor, my shopping buddy, my sounding board, my biggest cheerleader, my travel partner,  and my best friend. Our relationship is something that’s very special to us, and we decided to share a glimpse of our special relationship with the world through our latest endeavor, The Duo Podcast.


My mom and I have always had open, honest conversations with one another. Growing up, when my friends asked for advice, I was always the “we should really ask my mom about this” friend because I knew that she would be willing to share her expertise with us without passing judgement. Now that I’m an adult, my mom and I have conversations that a lot of daughters would never dream of having with their mothers. From sex and her (new) dating life to religion, fashion, and parenting, we talk about it all.

One thing that I’ve always really loved about the relationship that I have with my mom is that she always let me know that there was nothing we couldn’t discuss, and even if she didn’t agree with me, she would still love me. As the years have gone by and I’ve gotten older, we’ve recognized that the differences in opinion that we do have tend to be generational. At the end of the day, no matter how close and similar we may be, she was raised in a totally different time than I was and has some different beliefs as a result. We’ve learned to not only accept, but also to embrace these differences because although we may have different opinions on some topics, at the end of the day, there is a lot we can learn from each other.

The Duo Podcast is all about celebrating the generational differences between mothers and daughters and cultivating closer relationships between the two. Even more than that, The Duo Podcast is about inspiring women of different ages to uplift each other and collaborate with one another. While I was blessed to have this special relationship with my mom, the sky is the limit – Whether mother-daughter, sister-sister, aunt-niece, grandmother-granddaughter, or mentor-mentee, every more mature woman needs a younger confidant, and vice versa. By building connections with women of different ages, we are able to learn from one another, experience new things, and open our minds to different ways of thinking.

My mom and I will be discussing topics such as dating and relationships, travel, parenting, friendship, mother-daughter relationships, marriage, and mental health each and every Wednesday on The Duo Podcast. Our first episode, which is about communicating you expectations in romantic relationships, premieres tomorrow at 8pm on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher, and we are so excited for you to listen! For more information on how you can tune in, be sure to check out our website and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for updates.

Every more mature woman needs a younger confidant, and vice versa. Read all about The Duo Podcast, a podcast dedicated to celebrating the generational differences between mothers and daughters and cultivating closer relationships between the two.

Do you have a special connection with an older or younger woman? If so, I would love to hear about it!

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