It's story time on this episode of The F Words! Taylor talks about how her phone was recently hacked and what you can do to protect yourself.
With Natasha and her partner Eric now living and working together, and Taylor and her husband both working from home, The F Words hosts discuss what they do to help with work/life balance.
With working remotely and being glued to your phone during the pandemic, screen time has skyrocketed to new levels. On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Taylor discuss why taking a digital detox could be beneficial, and how they are actually noticing more and more people starting to leave social media or limit themselves on it. Natasha also shares why it's important to her to only post positively on social, and Taylor shares some tips to help with a digital detox.
Back in September of 2016 Taylor and Natasha decided to launch The F Words podcast to talk about all things that start with the letter F... fun, friends, fashion, family and so much more! On this episode the hosts look back at all that's happened in their lives since the podcast launched, talk about a few of their all time favourite episodes and they look forward to the future.
Normally just after labour day the city of Toronto has this amazing buzz... and the buzz is that the Toronto International Film Festival is about to kick off. Hundreds of stars descend on the city for the premiere of their films. They walk the red carpet, party hop and take countless selfies with fans. But of course this year, like so many other things, TIFF is very different because of the pandemic. On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Taylor share what they'll miss most and chat about the exciting ways the festival is pivoting. Natasha also discusses the importance of still raising funds for Artists for Peace and Justice.
With September fast approaching, it also means it's back to school time, but this year is different. With COVID still spreading in Canada and outbreaks in schools happening in the U.S. and other places in the world, parents are facing a tough decision about sending their kids back to school, and it's of course a hot button issue. On this episode of the podcast Taylor and Natasha discuss back to school during the pandemic and why it's important to not be judgemental and just do the best you can.
Global News Morning Toronto host Jennifer Valentyne and her daughter Georgia join Taylor and Natasha on this episode of the podcast. The pair talk about their special project together called Mother Daughter Date and open up about how close their bond is.
Today on the podcast Natasha and Taylor are joined by Toronto's hospitality king, President of INK Entertainment - Charles Khabouth. Charles talks about his latest COVID friendly venue the CityView Drive-In and the ways he's had to pivot to reopen his other restaurants and venues.
On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Taylor discuss the differences between call-out culture and cancel culture. People need to be held accountable for their actions, but once a person is called-out, why is there always an urge for them to respond right away? The hosts address that and much more.
Different countries and Canadian provinces are at different phases in their COVID-19 re-openings. With Ontario currently in phase 2, on this episode of The F Words, Natasha and Taylor talk about why doing the right thing and thinking of others during this time is so necessary. What are you doing to ensure you keep yourself healthy and those around you healthy in this new normal? Listen and tell us! @natashaNKPR @
Quarantine continues and even with some things slowly opening up...it will still be a while before bars, and movie theatres open...so if you’re at home with your partner and looking to plan the perfect date night...we have some ideas for you. And we’re so excited to welcome Natasha’s quarantine buddy Eric Hendrikx to the podcast!
The travel industry has been one of the hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. Airlines are only flying a small percentage of flights, they’ve had to lay off thousands of workers, hotels are closed and cruise ships docked. With some countries starting to open up to tourists again, the big question is what does the future of travel look like? On this episode of the podcast New York Times contributor and writer Elaine Glusac joins Natasha and Taylor to talk about what airlines and hotels are doing to entice people to travel again and her prediction on how people will vacation this summer.
During this difficult time The F Words loves bringing you stories about hope and giving back. On this episode of the podcast Natasha and Taylor welcome Lifetime Developments Brian Brown, graphic artist Ben Johnston and TV host Tyrone Edwards who talk about their new project called See you "Soon" - Love Toronto. All the funds raised from the sales of the clothing and art is donated to Covid-19 relief efforts and they've already raised $50,000! To learn more visit https://seeyousoontoronto.com/
On this episode of The F Words, Top Chef Canada Judge and Owner and CEO of Gusto 54 Restaurant Group Janet Zuccarini joins Natasha and Taylor to talk about the tough times her business, and the hospitality industry as a whole, have faced during the global pandemic. Janet weighs in on what she believes the industry is going to be like once cities start to slowly open up again, and some of the creative things her restaurants are doing to bring in other streams of revenue. Janet also tells the hosts about season 8 of her hit show Top Chef Canada, which airs Monday nights on Food Network Canada.
From taking daily walks, relaxing in the bath, cooking and zoom personal training, on this episode of The F Words, Natasha and Taylor talk about what they do to escape the reality that is covid-19. Listen and tell us what you're doing to stay calm and relax at home. DM us! @taylor_kaye & @natashankpr
Well normally Natasha and I are together when we record this podcast but today it's a different story. Like so many of us, to help flatten the curve of the spread of COVID-19, we are social distancing and we're working from home. How are you doing? Yes we want to know! How is working from home going?
Recently, Jessie J revealed that she loves cleaning more than sex. The singer who is dating Channing Tatum said “Tidying is my love language. Cooking, organizing, singing and sex are my favourite things, in that order.’” How do we think Channing feels about that list!?
Would you ever say cleaning is your love language?
Jessie also talked about ‘energy cleansing’, which is when someone cleans out all the dark energy others might have wished upon you. She says the insight she’s gained from the spiritual sessions and admitted: ‘I’ve learnt a lot from all of my relationships, even my most recent one [with Channing].
Well let’s talk about our own lists - what are our favourite things to do in order and also before sex? Let us know!
So a lot of you out there may be in a new relationship and wondering when the right time to go exclusive is… it’s tricky because you may not want to have the conversation too soon but then at the same time dating apps make it easy for people to date multiple people at the same time… so when is the right time and how do you know?
Here are 5 Questions from meetmindful.com to ask yourself before that conversation:
Psychology today says if you really like the person tell them that, that you want to see where things will go and that you aren’t seeing anyone else and ask if they are. It’s not a marriage proposal so it can just be a casual conversation.
Too much of the drama in new relationships is about guessing, double-guessing, and triple-guessing what the other person wants, making both people feel crazy. So use your words.
Let us know what languages you are using in the 5 languages of love. NK and Taylor talk about it on Today's episode.