In the last part of the "Chain of Memories" Series and the season 3 finale, Izzy discusses the importance of letting that hurt go. Sometimes we allow our minds to be battlefields. In relation to today's topic, we see how it may be difficult to forgive ourselves for things that we have done or said in the past. This could be due to the fact that we are still holding on togrief that we never really just allowed ourselves to feel. The episode also features the sounds of children screaming in the background as loud as they can, as they enjoy their Thanksgiving break while Izzy was trying to record....
Chain of Memories (Part 1)
In the first part of a 2 part season finale, episode 32 discusses what it may feel like dealing with sabotage. What most people don't realize is that sabotage truly sets us up for success. There are several ways disclosed in the episode. There will be people strategically used to sabotage us. This may be a friend, family member, co-worker, church member, or even a stranger on the street. Nonetheless, there is a message in the sabotage in some crazy way. Through all of the chaos and clownery, Izzy manages to tie in "Kingdom Hearts" references, and even have a brief conversation about the man of the hour.....Kanye West.
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Episode 31 takes a look into the topic of honor. There are so many different ways that people view honor and this episode sums up those different perspectives, as well as showcases the importance of it as a whole.
It Wasn't Me
Episode 30 centers around the topic of denial. Either we know someone in denial, or we are the person in denial. Denial can be as simple as being in denial about being extra, or as serious as denying an alcohol addiction. Nonetheless, the episode uses fun, yet serious examples to explain what denial is from every angle. There is even a reference to the 90's black sitcom "Family Matters", and Shaggy's famous hit from the early 2000's "It Wasn't Me".
Livin' My Best Life
Inspired by Lil Duval's hit song "Living My Best Life", episode 29 feat (@lapinkky) takes a different approach to this famous phrase. Izzy and host of "LaPinkky the show", give their versions of what living their best life is. The two also discuss relatable topics such as finding one's passion, eating healthy, blowing money on unnecessary things, and even reminiscing on their college homecoming.