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This is Life Unfiltered by Alexa Curtis

This is Life Unfiltered is a weekly podcast by blogger @alexa_curtis, on all things social media, mental health, & more! Alexa Curtis founded A Life in the Fashion Lane in 2011, and has since made her site into a full-time lifestyle website for young adults. She also runs the nonprofit Media Impact and Navigation for Teens, a panel discussion in schools on social media and mental health. Read more about Alexa on http://www.alifeinthefashionlane.com/ and follow her on social media at @alexa_curtis.

 

Nov 14, 2018

We live in a world where we have access to everything instantly: need a car? Grab an Uber. Need a meal? Postmates is where it's at. Need a date? Yep, Bumble, Tinder, or The League are reliable options. Best part? If you aren't in the mood, you don't even have to pick up the phone and cancel your date. Amanda Bradford,...


Nov 7, 2018

One of my favorite parts of my job is having the chance to speak to people around the globe: whether it's a celebrity, a kid or a seriously cool adult, I learn so much after listening to someones story. I've got Devin Bushey on this week: a 23-year-old from Springfield, MA who is currently enrolled in college and...


Oct 31, 2018

Sophie Gray is the founder of DiveThru, an introspection app to help you answer life's questions. It combines guided breathing, journaling and reflection to help you turn within and better understand what you're facing. Sophie initially began as a fitness influencer until she realized her calling wasn't in fitness: it...


Oct 24, 2018

Wow, I don't have enough words to describe how much I respect Houston Kraft. He founded CharacterStrong in 2016, a program designed to educate and develop stronger school culture through Character-Development & SEL Curricula and Staff Professional Development, plus he's an "influencer" and an all-around KICKASS guy!


Oct 17, 2018

I've noticed A LOT of young adults and aspiring entrepreneurs become obsessed with the concept of "hustling", which is made even more popular by figures like Gary Vee who encourage a nonstop obsession with working. I wanted to openly discuss when I think the idea of "hustling" is taken too far and what to do when you...