In an office where cleanliness is lacking, 72 percent of people said they were less productive. If your office lacks natural light, it can contribute to low mood and poor health. 66 percent of people said they looked forward to coming to work and even worked harder if their workplace had cleaner bathrooms and kitchens.
Carlos & Lisa talk about cussing with linguistics professor Dr. Kenneth Luna. You can take Dr. Luna's class at Cal State Northridge!
Carlos & Lisa tells stories about what their families used to do to "cure" ailments.
Carlos & Lisa discuss what is appropriate houseguests and what is not!
Carlos & Lisa discuss what happens when your body gets "hangry".
What makes people intelligent? There are some traits that really intelligent people have.
Carlos drove across an active runway and Lisa forgot her name. What are some of the best and worst moments from your first jobs?
Carlos & Lisa debate if kids should get an allowance and how much is too much?
Lisa is amped on this subject, traffic. We talk about how people are quitting their jobs because traffic to and from their office is so bad.
Carlos & Lisa discuss their favorite restaurants and best foodie cities.
Lisa may have discovered her new favorite workout, rage yoga. Apparently it's a real thing!
Carlos & Lisa talk to journalist Kim Fischer about sexism in broadcasting and how everyone can be a little nicer online.
Carlos & Lisa discuss how more and more people are working from home, and how you might be able to convince your boss it's a good idea for you too.
Carlos & Lisa talk about the most common dreams people have. Carlos' deals with the ocean and Lisa's deal with being chased!
Students are cheating by using websites where they can find other people internationally to write papers for them.
Carlos & Lisa discuss the realities of flying cars coming soon.
Carlos & Lisa get dressed up for Halloween as the Ringmaster of the circus and Steampunk!
Trick-or-treat memories with Carlos & Lisa.
Carlos & Lisa discuss how studies say overthinking can shorten your life span.
Carlos & Lisa talk about how many people really hide their purchases from their significant other. And as always, the conversation goes off the rails.
Studies say the earlier you decorate for Christmas the happier you will be. Lisa, would like you to also consider giving some love to her favorite holiday, Thanksgiving.
Dieting up to Thanksgiving? Is that a thing? Carlos thinks so. And Lisa loves the million questions from her family about her dating life. Don't we all?!?!
Why do we go to work sick? But on the other side of that, do you always take sick days when you are actually sick. We discuss.
Introverts can now be left alone shopping at certain stores. How? Depending on the color of the basket you pick up, a store employee knows whether or not you want to be helped during your shopping trip.
Would you use a nap desk at work? Carlos makes a clear argument for why you may not want to do that in the office...
Ana Maria Alvarez from CONTRA-TIEMPO joins Carlos Amezcua of BeondTV to talk about their show at the Wallis Theater in Beverly Hills.
Director John Scheinfeld is debuting his new film "Sergio Mendes: In The Key of Joy" at the Santa Barbara film festival.
Universities are adding adulting classes to help young people learn how to "adult". Plus we hear from Joel Gonzales and Natalia Ochoa of "Nosotros" on how the organization aims to lift latinos in the entertainment industry. Guests today include Realtor Aaron Kirman of CNBC's "Listing Impossible", Ava Kolker of "Sydney to the Max", Actress Patrika Darbo and the urban latin dance company CONTRA-TIEMPO.
Aaron Kirman has sold billions of dollars in real estate and is now rocking the boat and showing what high-end real estate really looks like in "Listing Impossible".
Actress Ava Kolker plays Olive on "Sydney to the Max" and is telling us how she found out that the show had been renewed for season 3! Plus she has new music coming out soon!
"Nosotros" is a non-profit organization created, in part, by actor Ricardo Montalbán 50 years ago. Their goal is to strengthen latino voices in the entertainment industry and tell the real stories of latinos all around the world. President Joel Gonzales and Vice Co-Chair Natalia Ochoa tell us what they are all about!
Actress Patrika Darbo is an Emmy winner, feature film and TV actress who tells us what it's like in the industry now with all the many options to watch content! Plus she has a new show called "Studio City" on Amazon Prime and will appear on "9-1-1: Lonestar" with Rob Lowe.