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It's time to pull up at the bar for another episode of xoNecole's Happy Hour podcast!

This week, Sheriden and Necole are living vicariously through Amer as she travels to Egypt, but there are lots of laughs as the squad pre-game while discussing how traveling can help you step out of your comfort zone and shift your perspective on life. Plus, the hosts give suggestions on how to manage toxic family members during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.

Before leaving the bar, the ladies are joined by actor Kendrick Cross who plays Titus Hughes on OWN's new drama series Ambitions. Over a round of drinks, the actor reveals how he turned poetry into an acting career, why vegans taste better, and answers a round of first date questions.

Will the hosts deem him worthy of a second date?

Show Notes

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Things you will learn in this episode:

  • How a life shift can begin with travel
  • Flight layaway plans that are available for travelers on a budget
  • How to protect your peace from toxic family members during the holidays
  • Who Kendrick Cross is outside of the show Ambitions
  • What Kendrick looks for in a potential partner
  • How Necole expects her first dates to end
  • Why Sheriden wants to get as emotionally naked as possible with her dating prospects

Travel sites mentioned during the episode:

Getaway Cabin

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Airfordable

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Where to find Kendrick Cross:

Click here to binge-watch Ambitions Season 1.

A HAPPY HOUR DATE WITH A VEGAN (Feat. KENDRICK CROSS)

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