Jan. 12, 2021

Can I Get Your Number!?

Can I Get Your Number!?

Episode 37 - Today's episode of Pillow Talk with Bros features Ariella Serur (she/her), and she is on a mission to transform the dating pool into one we enthusiastically want to jump into. Heavily influenced by non-monogamy, she rallies against *finding ...


Episode 37 - Today's episode of Pillow Talk with Bros features Ariella Serur (she/her), and she is on a mission to transform the dating pool into one we enthusiastically want to jump into. Heavily influenced by non-monogamy, she rallies against *finding your person* and instead wants you to *find your person-al worth* regardless of your relationship status. Ariella helps LGBTQIA+ folks in all stages of their dating journeys understand themselves and communicate better, so that we all become the studs we seek to seduce. Check her out on Instagram, @queerdatingcoach. We discuss victories in initiating conversation with someone we like, memorable "fall on our face" moments, and the important topic of consent when it comes to kissing and initiation of conversation in general. You don't want to miss this!

Drink of the Day - Water- MOST OF US understand that hydration is crucial for our health. Despite the universal acceptance on the importance of hydration, people across our blue planet, at all ages, live their lives at levels of hydration significantly below what leading organizations recommend. even mild levels of dehydration our physical and emotional abilities can be significantly affected. In fact, the functionality of several organs, our cognitive ability and our mood are hindered to an alarming degree if our body’s total water content drops by as little as 1%. So drink your water people! Information provided by https://www.waterlogic.com/en-us/resources/human-hydration-are-we-drinking-enough/

BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Ethel's Club is a Black-woman founded “social and wellness club designed to celebrate people of color both online and IRL.” It's a social-meets-wellness-meets-creative hub for people of color—and until its Brooklyn venue reopens, you sign up for a digital membership to access to all kinds of wellness sessions, live-streamed healing classes, and other events. Instagram: @ethelsclub Website: https://msha.ke/ethelsclub/