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Di episode ini ahli anti-aging Dr. Gaby Syerly membahas secara dalam apa yang dimaksud dengan menolak tua.
Welcome back to a new season of Janda Becanda.
I am super delighted to bring for the first and second episodes of this season my dearest friend, one of the funniest, dearest and most tough women I know to share her personal story as a Janda. She and I are childhood friends who became widows in the same year. She candidly shared the highs and lows of her experience in these 11 roller-coaster years. Her real talk was so good I had to split it up into two parts.
Since the passing of her husband she has co-founded the successful fashion label Pofeleve and managed the internationally renowed Magenta Orchestra. Too good to broadcast only once, here is Poppy Hanadhy.
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This is our second to last show this season and we will take a break and pick up again in February 2020!
I am so excited for today’s guests because we welcome my 12-year-old daughter Paloma and 11-year-old niece Shakira who are aspiring Youtubers on their journey of growing their followers.
I wanted to put a finger on the pulse of what motivates them to dedicate their time on developing a social media presence. Apart from plain fun, they see the skills involved in growing a fan base as a necessity for their generation. Full of irreverent wit they mistakenly label anyone old as “Boomers,” and sheds an interesting viewpoint that to the young, old is just old.*
Life is a blank slate for them and they are already making headway on developing their creativity, technological skills as well as plenty of self reflection on what truly makes them happy.
Without further ado I bring you Paloma and Shakira or as you will soon know them as Sushi Nooshie.
*NB: In case you’re wondering, I’m no Boomer but definitively a minted Gen Xer, 🙂
For our Valentine’s Day episode I had the privilege of interviewing three Jandas. Each one a very special woman who share their experiences of being single, parenting, teaching and having their own businesses. They discussed their intolerance for infidelity, BS small talk and men.
We have Indonesia’s own sweetheart, Wanda Hamidah, the politician, mother, yogini and actress. Accompanying her are her best friends Nadia “Nod” Hastarini, a former corporate lawyer turn yoga instructor and owner of two of Jakarta’s hottest yoga shalas. And last but not least, Season 1 returnee, Fitri Wahab, a perennial entrepreneur and total fun loving Janda.
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