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This Week At Windsor
11. Rites of Passage

This Week At Windsor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 14:43


In their last episode before a brief hiatus, Ardin and Jonathan discuss the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.  Its an episode full of cultural observation, beauracracy, and farewells--some more permanent than others!  PLUS, Ardin deftly dodges Jonathan's not-so-subtle request for him to be a guest preacher.  Listen to find out why.Be sure to email info@wdbc.org.au to share your feedback about the podcast.

Soul and Wit
130. Gilmore Girls

Soul and Wit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 49:40 Very Popular


SPOILER ALERT or maybe not depending on if you ask Bailey or Courtney. Either way, don't listen to this episode yet if you are watching Gilmore Girls for the very first time. Also, why did you wait so long?! In today's episode we are sharing our favorite Gilmore Girls seasons, episodes and characters. We also do a deep dive on the dating lives of our favorite leading ladies.  If you're a Gilmore Girl fan, tell us! Share your favorite character that isn't Lorelai or Rory, your favorite episodes, lessons you have learned from the show, or scenes that made you laugh and/or cry. We would love to hear from you.    Favorite Things Bailey:  Flowers from Trader Joes Conversations With Friends   Favorite Things Courtney: The Unsinkable Greta James The Walking Pad   PATREON:Support us on Patreon! Check out our Tall, Grande, and Venti tiers.   Episode Notes and Resources:  Some of our favorite Gilmore Girls Episodes: Season 1 Ep. 4 The Deer Hunters Season 5 Ep. 7 You Jump, I Jump Jack Season 5 Ep. 13 Wedding Bell Blues Season 3 Ep. 9 A Deep Fried Korean Thanksgiving Season 5 Ep. 11 Women of Questionable Morals Season 6 Ep. 13 Friday Night's Alright for Fighting Season 7 Ep. 22 Bon Voyage   If you are interested in sponsoring an episode of Soul & Wit, contact us here: soulandwitpodcast@gmail.com   Where you can find us: Bailey: @beautifuldetour or www.beautifuldetour.com Courtney: @bemorewithless or www.bemorewithless.com

Such Sweet Thunder Meditation Podcast.
Big Sky. A Guided Meditation

Such Sweet Thunder Meditation Podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 20:34


Based on the meditation created by Jospeh Goldstein, this meditation allows us to connect with the spaciousness of awareness, loosening our attachments to thoughts and feelings, and coming to rest in the open awareness. Bon Voyage! Meditation can be challenging at times. Occasionally we may experience things which surprise as a result. If you have any questions or concerns in regards to this, or other meditation practices, please feel free to message me through my website: www.suchsweetthunder.org I have been practicing meditation for 36 years and has been successfully teaching meditation worldwide since 2009, giving talks, facilitating retreats, and have authored two books. I have received formal training in Theravada, Mahayana (Tibetan, Zen,) and Vedanta meditation techniques as well as Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness, MBSR, Nonviolent Communication, and Buddhist Psychology. I teach from a secular voice and I am passionate about bringing timeless wisdom teachings to people of any faith, belief system, or tradition. If you find these podcasts helpful please consider making a donation: PayPal.me/suchsweetthunder May All Benefit

Homework: The Podcast
Lesson 14 Chapter 4: Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown

Homework: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 68:17


Welcome to Lesson 14, Chapter 4. This week, we're goin over Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And Don't Come Back!) Released theatrically in May 1980, this was the fourth feature-length Peanuts film, and directed by Bill Melendez, who has provided the squawky gibberish voices for Snoopy and Woodstock in every iteration of the series.The movie is about Charlie Brown, Linus, Peppermint Patty and Marcy going on a trip to France as exchange students. They are chaperoned by Snoopy, who can both rent and drive a car, and is a member in good standing at Wimbledon.Once again we're joined by Dan Jabcobvitz of the podcast Dan and Ian have Questions. Did you know YOU can talk to us? Crazy, right? Follow us on Facebook @HomeworkThePodcast, on Twitter @hwthepod and be sure to check out Dan's podcast Dan and Ian Have Questions.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dan-and-ian-have-questions-podcast/id1587402809

Summers Off
Titanic

Summers Off

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 149:38


Summers Off is saying Bon Voyage to Season 5 with a deep dive (that's right) to Titanic. You know Kate, you know Leo, but do you know Mij? Unleash your inner Titanic nerd as Rach and Ty separate fact from just made up stuff. Bonus we've got your Valentine's Day all figured out for 2023 -- and yes it involves a 3D 4K mega ship!

Wired Ivy
Virtual Bon Voyage (Summer Shorts)

Wired Ivy

Play Episode Play 23 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 9:25 Transcription Available


In Episode 40, “globetrotters.edu,” Sandy Strick and Karen Edwards at the University of South Carolina, described how they created virtual study abroad trips for their Hospitality and Marketing students.   Initially, they needed an alternative when the pandemic stopped international travel, but they discovered they had created a valuable format to use for learners who couldn't travel for myriad reasons.They got Dan thinking about his own work in global education,  so he challenged himself to rethink his approach and to design a virtual trip as an integral component of the complete global experience. At the end of Episode 40, Dan offered to report on the results, and now this episode is his chance to make good on that promise and tell us what he learned this summer.

Code Completion
98: That's Like Your Opinion Man

Code Completion

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 97:07


Welcome to Code Completion, Episode 98! We are a group of iOS developers and educators hoping to share what we love most about development, Apple technology, and completing your code! Follow us @CodeCompletion (https://twitter.com/CodeCompletion) on Twitter to hear about our upcoming livestreams, videos, and other content. Today, we discuss: - Code Review Styles: - Opening PRs for PRs (https://chelseatroy.com/2019/12/18/reviewing-pull-requests/) - Commented Out: Cult Classics - Ghost Stories (https://www.crunchyroll.com/ghost-stories) Your hosts for this week: * Spencer Curtis (https://twitter.com/SpencerCCurtis) * Fernando Olivares (https://twitter.com/FromJRtoSR) * Dimitri Bouniol (https://twitter.com/DimitriBouniol) Be sure to also sign up to our monthly newsletter (https://codecompletion.io/), where we will recap the topics we discussed, reveal the answers to #CompleteTheCode, and share even more things we learned in between episodes. You are what makes this show possible, so please be sure to share this with your friends and family who are also interested in any part of the app development process. Sponsor This week's episode of Code Completion is brought to you by Johnny B's Bon Voyage eCommerce App course. Visit https://bon-voyage.app/course and be sure to follow Bon Voyage's instructor @jonnybcodes on Twitter to learn more and stay up to date with all his courses!

Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage - Week 10 - Andy Rainey

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 34:37


Jade + X. D.
BON VOYAGE: ACT II

Jade + X. D.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 85:37


Revisiting the good times!Now streaming on all platformsANDAd-free audio and video versions of the podcast are now available on patreon https://linktr.ee/jadeandxd———————————————http://jadeandxd.comhttp://patreon.com/jadeandxdemail us: jadeandxd@gmail.comfollow us @jadeandxddiscord: https://discord.gg/5bNQp3MthQ

Tiempos de Radio
T4 E34: Agradecemos a NuevasMovidasRadio de Buenos Aires - Argentina por sumarnos a su programación

Tiempos de Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 65:19


En la 34ª edición de la cuarta temporada de Tiempos de Radio, programa conducido desde Lima - Perú por Luis Varela para Hispanoamérica Radio, Miami VIP, NuevasMovidasRadio, Radio Krimen, Espacio Baobab y para las principales plataformas de Podcasts, seguimos difundiendo el mejor rock independiente de Iberoamérica y del mundo. En esta edición compartimos música de las siguientes bandas invitadas: De España 🇪🇸: Yugular y Tribu Terrible. De Perú 🇵🇪: Kikasban, The Mocos y Sin Sangre Ni Balas. De Argentina 🇦🇷: Z-F Rock Pesado, Bon Voyage, Leyla Goi, Delirio Místico, Baba Yaga y Holms. De Colombia 🇨🇴: Cold Tropics. De Venezuela 🇻🇪: Derian y Landsemk. De Hamburgo - Alemania 🇩🇪 : Achim Reichel (bonus track). Si quieres participar en la siguiente edición, apresúrate y contáctanos en 👇 https://linktr.ee/TiemposdeRadio El único requisito es tu entusiasmo. Copyright de grabación: Todos los derechos de la música utilizada en este podcast pertenecen a los autores, compositores o intérpretes.

BTS Bombshells
15. Bon Voyage 2: Hola Hawaii!

BTS Bombshells

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 42:26


Hi ARMY!! On todays episode we take a trip down memory lane to BTS's 2nd season of Bon Voyage where they travel to Hawaii. The theme for this trip is "Friendship", the boys split up into sub-units to explore the beautiful island. We'll take you through each episode and comment about our favorite parts. This trip is just so cute, from Suga wanting to get matching heart tattoos with Hobi, RM & Jin on a bro-mantic date at sunset on the beach, the maknae line making Jimin eat last cause he lost a game of foosball and so many more cute moments! If you haven't seen it, watch it immediately it's so cute!! Borahae ARMY!!!

Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage - Week 9 - Andy Rainey

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 36:24


Tiempos de Radio
T4 E33: Únete a este viaje musical junto a Tiempos de Radio y descubre el mejor rock del mundo

Tiempos de Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 56:31


En la 33ª edición de la cuarta temporada de Tiempos de Radio, programa conducido desde Lima - Perú por Luis Varela para Miami VIP, Radio Krimen, Espacio Baobab y para las principales plataformas de Podcasts, seguimos difundiendo el mejor rock independiente de Iberoamérica y del mundo. En esta edición compartimos música de las siguientes bandas invitadas: De España 🇪🇸: Crudo Pimento. de Sudáfrica 🇿🇦: Future Radio. De Argentina 🇦🇷: Bon Voyage, Z-F Rock Pesado y Los Médanos. De Chile 🇨🇱: Tongas, Pía Legonz y Pato Parick. De Perú 🇵🇪: Franco Giuliano. De Brasil 🇧🇷: Complexo de Vira-Lata. De México 🇲🇽: Mantequilla Blü. De Colombia 🇨🇴: Hombre Memoria. De Kyiv - Ucrania 🇺🇦: Sershen&Zaritskaya (bonus track). Si quieres participar en la siguiente edición, apresúrate y contáctanos en 👇 https://linktr.ee/TiemposdeRadio El único requisito es tu entusiasmo. Copyright de grabación: Todos los derechos de la música utilizada en este podcast pertenecen a los autores, compositores o intérpretes.

Artwork from C.P.
E: 2 S: 8 Win Charles interviews Bonnie Hardie on being a Mindset,Life and Gratitude Coach

Artwork from C.P.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 31:29


Ask Win: http://ask-win.weebly.com. Please donate to Ask Win by going to Payment Venmo Win1195 at https://venmo.com/. Win Kelly Charles' Books: https://www.amazon.com/Win-Kelly-Charles/e/B009VNJEKE/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1. Win Kelly Charles' MONAT: https://wincharles.mymonat.com.   On Ask Win today (Tuesday, August 9, 2022), Best-Selling Author, Win C welcomes Bonnie Hardie. Bonnie is a Mindset,Life and Gratitude Coach based in Central Florida --the owner of Rock Solid Mindset/Life /Gratitude Coaching.  She Empowers Midlife Women regain their Joy and Passion so that they can live their best life by helping them to say "Bon Voyage" to the Shackles in their Mind.  She is a contributing author in 5 Amazon Best Selling books, A frequent International Podcast Guest, Seminar /WorkShop Leader and the creator of the Unique program --"Vision For Your Life" -which combines a Vision Board and The Wheel of Life -Color Coding the Wheel of Life. To learn more about Bonnie email her at bonniehardie@yahoo.com.

Ask Win
E: 1 S: 15 Win Charles interviews Bonnie Hardie on being a Mindset,Life and Gratitude Coach

Ask Win

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 31:29


Ask Win: http://ask-win.weebly.com. Please donate to Ask Win by going to Payment Venmo Win1195 at https://venmo.com/. Win Kelly Charles' Books: https://www.amazon.com/Win-Kelly-Charles/e/B009VNJEKE/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1. Win Kelly Charles' MONAT: https://wincharles.mymonat.com.   On Ask Win today (Tuesday, August 9, 2022), Best-Selling Author, Win C welcomes Bonnie Hardie. Bonnie is a Mindset,Life and Gratitude Coach based in Central Florida --the owner of Rock Solid Mindset/Life /Gratitude Coaching.  She Empowers Midlife Women regain their Joy and Passion so that they can live their best life by helping them to say "Bon Voyage" to the Shackles in their Mind.  She is a contributing author in 5 Amazon Best Selling books, A frequent International Podcast Guest, Seminar /WorkShop Leader and the creator of the Unique program --"Vision For Your Life" -which combines a Vision Board and The Wheel of Life -Color Coding the Wheel of Life. To learn more about Bonnie email her at bonniehardie@yahoo.com.

Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage! - Week 8 - Andy Rainey

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 33:59


The Grit! with Chas Smith
Bye Week - Out With Covid!

The Grit! with Chas Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 6:11


Hey all, David here just checking in to regretfully inform you that our whole house is down with Covid! It's a mild case. Everyone is already in recovery, but podcast production was interrupted by it. It looks like we should be back in full swing next week. We did publish an episode of Surf Splendor, so go grab that. Sorry to miss you. Much to discuss but we'll cover it all next week. Until then, Bon Voyage! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Love University
FROM SHY NERD TO CONFIDENT LADIES MAN:THE AMAZING TRANSFORMATIONAL STORY OF REGGIE, OUR BELOVED LOVE UNIVERSITY PRODUCER

Love University

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 9:12


On our recent Love University episode, we welcomed back (via flashbacks) our beloved former producer, Reggie.  Reggie first came to us as an autistic, college-educated young man who was shy and had terrible luck with women. Nearly thirty, and never having a relationship with a woman, Reggie received dating advice from our Love University faculty of world-renowned matchmakers and love experts. Over the course of four years with the show, Reggie gained confidence in his dating and relationship skills, and is now on his way to finding the love of his life. In this retrospective, we pay honor to Reggie, and send him loving energy for an amazing future of love and happiness.  Bon Voyage, Reggie, may your love be deep and your happiness everlasting.

Three Angry Nerds
The Friday Night Dinner Podcast Ep.152: Bon Voyage

Three Angry Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


The Friday Night Dinner Podcast is an episode-by-episode recap and breakdown of the show Gilmore Girls, with a focus on Mental Health. Join Stephanie and Kurt as they recap each episode and explore the trials, tribulations, and bad decisions of the titular Gilmore Girls. Stephanie Sarkis PhD is a best-selling author and psychotherapist in private... Read More

Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage - Andy Rainey - Week 7

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 35:25


Break from Reality: A Love Island Breakdown Show
Reminder: You're On Love Island

Break from Reality: A Love Island Breakdown Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 32:07


BIG episode today, we talk about everything that happened in the last TWO episodes, which includes The Hideaway, Isaiah's head getting turned by someone else, the new Islanders and say Bon Voyage and good luck to Andy and Bria! Have a drink for them with us. This podcast is hosted by Hannah Kosh and Jess Lucero. This is a Wheelhouse DNA production. The show is produced by Cassie Berman and Leah Sutherland, and edited by Trent Barboza.You can keep up with the latest scoops from Hannah Kosh on TikTok and on Instagram. Want to hear more from Jess Lucero? Find her on TikTok & Instagram

Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage - Week 6 - Andy Rainey

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 40:46


Blue Collar Love: A Starflyer 59 Retrospective
Episode 41-Lies by Bon Voyage with guest Mike Perez

Blue Collar Love: A Starflyer 59 Retrospective

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 80:40


We talk about what is currently the last album in the Bon Voyage trilogy with returning guest Mike Perez. Getting ready for obscure demos and overthought opinions.

Pets at Home Puppy Podcast
#23 Staycation Special 2: During the holiday

Pets at Home Puppy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 24:54


In this second staycation special, our host and editor of My VIP magazine – the customer magazine for Pets at Home – Kate Cornish, talks to Dr Huw Stacey, Director of Clinical Service at Vets4Pets, and Claire Gavin, Director of Creative Development and Innovations at Pets at Home, who chat through  potential perils your puppy could face while on a campsite or beach, plus what to pack to keep them happy. For more expert advice go to: Vets 4 Pets: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/se85CMQq1sRPBAQoTJRUdD?domain=vets4pets.com/ (https://www.vets4pets.com/) Pets at Home Pet Talk: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/DRwfCN9r0tELkG2nSRXu-K?domain=petsathome.com (https://www.petsathome.com/pet-talk) The Wagging Tail Facebook group: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/3dqaCOyv8u0Y1y6PSPDDCX?domain=facebook.com (https://www.facebook.com/groups/640281863354206) Puppy Club: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/9tJwCPZwQfogzk7DSrHh3U?domain=petsathome.com (https://www.petsathome.com/shop/en/pets/dog/puppy-kitten-club) Like and subscribe to the podcast and follow us @petsathome on Twitter and @petsathomeUK on Instagram. Bon Voyage! Host: Kate Cornish Guests: Claire Gavin, Dr Huw Stacey Producer: Sera Berksoy Editor: Nathan Copelin

Pets at Home Puppy Podcast
#22 Staycation Special 1: Before and during travel

Pets at Home Puppy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 21:00


As the school holidays have officially started and the hot weather shows no sign of abating, we thought it would be a good time to update the staycation tips and tricks we shared with you a couple of years ago. In this first staycation special, our host and editor of My VIP magazine – the customer magazine for Pets at Home – Kate Cornish, talks to Dr Karlien Heyrman, Head of Pets, Pets at Home and Claire North, Director, North K9 Dog Training, about what to think about before you even head out of the front door, getting your puppy used to the car, plus everything that travelling long distances in a car with a puppy can entail. Yes, as ever, our favourite topics of sick and poo do crop up, but they are nicely counterbalanced with tons of ideas for useful products, along with brilliant advice on how to prepare your puppy for their holiday!  To find out more about the 3 Peaks harness discussed in the episode, go to: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/CmJbCKZoQfBK7GjAUMsCTY?domain=petsathome.com (https://www.petsathome.com/shop/en/pets/3-peaks-crash-impact-tested-dog-harness-black) To find out more about Claire's company North K9 Dog Training, go to: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/qTvaCL8pJfmqBZJoSq7KgH?domain=northk9.co.uk (https://northk9.co.uk/) For more expert advice go to: Vets 4 Pets: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/se85CMQq1sRPBAQoTJRUdD?domain=vets4pets.com (https://www.vets4pets.com/) Pets at Home Pet Talk: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/DRwfCN9r0tELkG2nSRXu-K?domain=petsathome.com (https://www.petsathome.com/pet-talk) The Wagging Tail Facebook group: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/3dqaCOyv8u0Y1y6PSPDDCX?domain=facebook.com (https://www.facebook.com/groups/640281863354206) Puppy Club: https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/9tJwCPZwQfogzk7DSrHh3U?domain=petsathome.com (https://www.petsathome.com/shop/en/pets/dog/puppy-kitten-club) Like and subscribe to the podcast and follow us @petsathome on Twitter and @petsathomeUK on Instagram. Bon Voyage! Host: Kate Cornish Guests: Claire Gavin, Karlien Heyrman, Claire North Producer: Sera Berksoy Editor: Nathan Copelin

Blue Collar Love: A Starflyer 59 Retrospective
Blue Collar Special: Mike Perez Interview

Blue Collar Love: A Starflyer 59 Retrospective

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 23:59


We talk to the enigmatic Bon Voyage keyboard player Mike Perez in maybe our most bizarre interview yet.

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
335: How to Savor Staying Home During the Summer Holiday, 17 Ideas

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 47:16 Very Popular


Of all summers, the summer of 2022 understandably beckons us to travel, explore and leave our homes and the towns and cities we have been staying close to for nearly three years due to the pandemic. Perhaps even our homes want us to leave so it can have a breather from us! However at the same time, with demand high, prices for travel fare are driven ever higher as well, so it may not be in the budget to travel during the summer season, or simply it just may not be of interest to travel as it indeed will be busy, at times chaotic and even stressful which negates the purpose that most of us align with traveling for a holiday. With all of that said, if you have chosen to stay put this summer, just as I have, I wanted to share ideas for savoring this time of year at home and in your home town wherever that might be. After all, we spend the majority of our lives in our abodes and in the town where our home address is found, there is most definitely a reason we remain, and hopefully a reason founded in appreciation for where we have the good fortune to call home, so let's explore how to make it even more special. 1.Permit yourself the luxuries during the summer season you discipline yourself from when working If you are spending your vacation time at home, be intentional about permitting yourself to wake up when you are ready (put away the alarm clock), take a nap if it calls you to do so, make your favorite meal, say yes or no as you please to invitations and opportunities - only partaking if you truly want to. Create rituals that you love and enjoy them throughout your vacation at home. 2. Turn off your phone or limit who you let contact you To immerse yourself in the mindset of being on holiday while staying home, remind yourself that part of getting away is to be less available. Set clear boundaries for a week or two, however long your holiday at home will be, as to whose calls you will take, what messages you will respond to and how often and when you will check your email. In other words, let yourself be free from being requested, needed, and required to do anything that does not let you wholly relax. Do not feel guilty about this. You need time to just be and do as you are drawn in order to reap the benefits of what a holiday is all about. 3. Tend to a garden and revel in the beauty that comes forth As the temperatures rise, when you are home, you can easily ensure the garden is watered well and regularly, whether you have plants in the ground or in pots. And it is during the summer months that the work in the garden decreases and time spent outside luxuriating in the beauty that begins to share itself is a priceless, evanescent treat. Knowing such beauty only lasts for a short period of time makes it all the more special. Seeing the butterflies dance about from flower to flower, witnessing the cherries ripen into their ruby red splendor in a blink of an eye it seems as July arrives, and waking up to blackberries blossoms nearing their transformation into fruits to nibble on are moments that can only be savored in summer, making it all the more difficult to ever want to travel during these precious warm months. With my schedule now my own as I work from home, no longer having to only have my summers off as was the case when I was teaching, I am looking at the calendar and considering when would the best time be for me to travel, and I must say, because I love to savor the garden that receives so much planning and preparation during winter and spring, it will be hard to travel during the summer months as the years unfold. The garden during the summer is less in need of attention, and is now more a space to relax and savor the hard work you have given to it. With each year's passing, the garden matures and begins to present the vision you had in your mind, but it takes time, so most definitely, spending time in the garden is a highlight for me when I choose to stay home during the summer months. 4. Create an outdoor area to relax While for half of the year in Bend, it is too cold to sit outside on the porch without a coat and other bundling accessories, the other half of the year is pure bliss outside, so I have intentionally created three (and hopefully in the future will add a fourth) outdoor areas that invite me or my guests to relax, slow down and just savor the natural beauty not only of the garden, but of the beautiful weather and long summer days. Perhaps you have a porch where you can add a swing?, or is there a nook where you can add an Adirondack and foot rest to while away hours reading in the shade whilst the birdsong fills the air? Add a small bistro table and chairs to enjoy dining al fresco, or add a lounge chair or settee upholstered with outdoor fabric to withstand the sun and elements and relax in true comfort (and maybe close your eyes for a bit and take a nap). 7 Ideas for a Porch Swing Living Space for Luxurious Calm ~explore becoming a TOP Tier Member to take the tour of rooms, indoor and out, at Le Papillon~ 5. Explore new recipes in your kitchen after visiting the local farmers' market With open-air markets in full swing, the fresh seasonal produce is abundant and invites us to try making a dish we may have never given a go in our own kitchen. Find a cookbook that shares recipes aligned with each season (I have shared a few below), and find a recipe for the produce you find at the market. Give yourself permission to invest in necessary ingredients to make the dish what it has the potential to be, and then have fun bringing it to your dinner table (or dine alfresco under the lights). Seasonal Cookbooks I recommend: The Home Cookbook by Monty and Sarah Don (2010), look for it on consignment book sites as well. I found mine for $20 (this included shipping) from World of Books Nigel Slater's cookbooks: Greenfeast: Spring, Summer The Kitchen Diaries: A Year in the Kitchen with Nigel Slater Notes from the Larder: Kitchen Diary with Recipes Herbs: Delicious Recipes and Growing Tips to Transform Your Food by Judith Hann Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables by Joshua McFadden Cooking in Season: 100 Recipes for Eating Fresh by Brigit Binns (c/o Williams-Sonoma) Local Dirt: Recipes for Eating Close to Home by Andrea Bemis 6. Pick up the weekly or summer entertainment guide for your town/city Here in Bend the summertime offerings have returned and the entertainment is aplenty and then some. From concerts in the amphitheater, events downtown, multiple farmers' markets now open, trails to hike and high lakes and rivers to explore with the paddle or kayak. Whatever you most enjoy, let yourself do so. Take your low-back chair and find a spot at the concert of the performer who is coming to your hometown. Revel in the opportunities right at your doorstep and partake. Even if you have to go alone, which I often do to the concerts at the amphitheater here in Bend, you know your hometown, you will likely run into acquaintances or people you know and discover you have something else in common - the same preference in music! 7. Watch a movie outdoors in your garden or lawn Perhaps inspired a bit by Home Again starring Reese Witherspoon, but it really is as simple as draping a light-colored sheet over a line strung from two parallel points, purchase a simple projector to connect to your laptop or tablet and enjoy sprawled on the grass or in your lounge furniture, sipping a glass of wine, and nibbling on something scrumptious and fresh. Just remember to be mindful of the sound/volume and your neighbors. Outdoor portable projectors: PortoProjector (less than $100) GooDee Projector (less than $200) Here is a review list of the top Outdoor Projectors from PCMag List from Good Housekeeping for Best Outdoor Projectors 2022 8. Enjoy breakfast and/or dinner al fresco regularly 9. Explore the many parks and walking areas in your town/city 10. Give yourself permission to slow down and take time to just be, regularly Especially when it is hot outside, let yourself relax somewhere cool without feeling the need to be doing something. If you take a nap, let it happen, and let yourself rest. 11. Host a garden party, small and intimate or large Whether for aperitif or a full meal complete with courses, invite friends and/or neighbors to enjoy an evening in your garden and outdoor spaces. 12. Find the water and enjoy it how you want Depending upon where you live, the type of water you have access to will vary. Here in Bend, we are fortunate to have rivers, lakes, swimming recreational centers and even a white water surfing park. As many readers of TSLL blog know, Norman and I like to stand-up paddle, so during the summer, we try to do so at least once a week at a variety of locations either in town or just out of town on the road toward Mt. Bachelor. Being close to, in, or on top of water is soothing. If you live near the ocean, take walks, sit on the sand, take a book to read, whatever nurtures you, do so and savor being near water. However, the access to water need not be vast bodies of water. Consider adding a bird bath or a small DIY water feature with a solar generated fountain (find one here for fewer than $20). Simply being near water can be incredibly soothing and calming which again is the essence of going on holiday, to bring a feeling of calm into our lives. 13. Read, read, read to your heart's delight Often summer gives us more time to read what we want, rather than work materials that while we may enjoy them, are still required reading. While in the summer months what I read doesn't change, it is how much time I have to read that lengthens, and I savor this time, gobbling up more books, which leads to more books, and new authors and titles to explore. 14. Schedule outings to be pampered If you don't already have regular facials scheduled in your calendar or a regular massage, any self-care pampering that is out of budget to enjoy on a regular basis, schedule your favorites during your holiday at home. This will not only give yourself something to look forward to, but the pampering itself will feel as though you are on vacation. 15. Hire someone to clean your house/car/mow the lawn/etc. In other words, any have-to chores you don't enjoy, spend the money you may have had to use for travel to have someone tend to your chores so you can fully relax around your home and in your daily routine. I personally look forward to someday hiring lawn-care (mowing and edging) as the noise and jarring to my hands is uncomfortable. Such chores, whatever they are for you, look to delegate them and look at it as buying yourself time to do as you want rather than as you have to. 16. Invest and complete a project in your home to create an even more beckoning sanctuary The project need not be something you hire a contractor for which would likely take more than the three months during the summer. But whether the project in your home décor is something you can do yourself - painting or wallpapering or swapping out new light fixtures, or giving yourself the bathroom you had always dreamt about, why not explore creating a space in your sanctuary that elevates the comfort you feel when you step into it. Just this past week, the curtains for my living and dining room were installed. This detail of adding window treatments to the open-plan living spaces immediately transformed the space in my eyes - providing warmth, separation of designated areas and sophistication - softening the light, as well as letting more light in, providing privacy, but also creating more welcome. The image at the top of today's post offers a petite glimpse at the curtains in my dining room, and I look forward to sharing a full video tour in this coming August's A Cuppa Moments video chat with TOP Tier Members as well as sharing a detailed post on the blog for TOP Tier Members in August to source as well as share tips for customizing your own curtains, an investment that for me will be with this home for the lifetime of my residence here at Le Papillon. Finishing a project that changes the space in your home, creating a different mood from what you felt at the beginning of the summer is a reminder that the advantage of taking time off and staying home during such time that we give ourselves can yield powerful benefits to our daily lives the rest of the year. 17. Add a sartorial detail of preference to your summer capsule wardrobe When we are planning for a typical holiday getaway, we will often access our wardrobe to see what we need for a comfortable and enjoyable trip. Why not do the similar assessment for your summer holiday at home? What do you need to enjoy spending more time in your garden, wandering the markets, visiting your hometown haunts? Whether it is one item or a handful, doing so will again set the tone that staying home is a choice and doing so whilst feeling good in what you are wearing does make a difference. ~Explore this past week's This & That: July 22, 2022, for Panama hats Outfit of the Month: Summer Ease Staying home during the summer holiday season can be thoroughly enjoyable. It begins with a mind-shift to keeping an open mind to explore all of the possibilities and then asks you to shift your habits and approaches to everyday living: doing more of what brings you pleasure and delight and being determined to step away from guilt society or ways you were raised or nurtured drilled into you as wrong. There is nothing wrong with taking care of your well-being; in fact, quite the opposite, and if it begins by just taking a week or two in the summer to permit yourself, perhaps you will notice the benefits it brings into your life and explore ways to integrate what works best for you throughout the entire year. Wishing you a wonderful holiday. Bon Voyage! Petit Plaisir ~The Home Cookbook by Monty and Sarah Don

Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage! - Week 5 - Andy Rainey

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 36:37


Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage - Week 4 - Cody Fields

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 30:20


Latina Barbi
Latina Barbi on Vacation

Latina Barbi

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 13:18


Bon Voyage...you can change your environment, but you're still the same person.

Foreign Correspondents: Deeper into Hitchcock
Episode 30: "Bon Voyage" & "Aventure Malgache" (1944) feat. Charles Barr

Foreign Correspondents: Deeper into Hitchcock

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 51:52


Rarely seen and underappreciated, the two French-language short films that Hitchcock made during World War II, "Bon Voyage" and "Aventure Malgache", are among his most interesting and exciting works of the 1940s. We are delighted to be able to discuss them with Professor Charles Barr, author of "English Hitchcock" and a monograph of "Vertigo" published by the British Film Institute. Join us as we explore Hitchcock's propaganda shorts with our eminent guest. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Alain Kerzoncuf, the co-author (with Charles Barr) of "Hitchcock Lost and Found: The Forgotten Films".

Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage Week 3 - Andy Rainey

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 34:10


From Pencils to Pixels: The Animation Celebration Podcast
From Pencils to Pixels #5 – The Peanuts Travel Films!

From Pencils to Pixels: The Animation Celebration Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 202:00


In this episode, Scott and Michael are joined by guest Andy DiGenova to discuss “The Peanuts Travel Films.” They take a look back at the animated features 1977's “Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown,” where Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus, and the gang go to summer camp, and 1980's “Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And Don't Come Back!),” where the whole Peanuts crew heads off to England and France.  Pack your security blanket and join us for all the memorable movie vacation fun! Find more From Pencils to Pixels: The Animation Celebration Podcast at: www.rf4rm.com Follow the show on Twitter: @pencil2pixel Follow the hosts on social media: Scott on Twitter: @scotthopkins76 Michael on Twitter: @mlyonsfl I Michael's website: www.wordsfromlyons.com Rate, review, & subscribe to From Pencils to Pixels on Apple podcasts I Google Play I Stitcher

Code Completion
90: It's Just a Swift Package™

Code Completion

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 99:33


Welcome to Code Completion, Episode 90! We are a group of iOS developers and educators hoping to share what we love most about development, Apple technology, and completing your code! Follow us @CodeCompletion (https://twitter.com/CodeCompletion) on Twitter to hear about our upcoming livestreams, videos, and other content. Today, we discuss: - Swift on the Server - Vapor (https://vapor.codes) - SwiftNIO (https://github.com/apple/swift-nio) - SwiftNIO SSH (https://github.com/apple/swift-nio-ssh) - Swift in the Browser - SwiftWASM (https://swiftwasm.org) - JavascriptKit (https://github.com/swiftwasm/JavaScriptKit) - Tokamak UI (https://github.com/TokamakUI/Tokamak) - Command-line tools - Swift Argument Parser (https://github.com/apple/swift-argument-parser) - Swift sh (https://github.com/mxcl/swift-sh) - Cocotron (https://www.cocotron.org) - CocoaHTTPServer (https://github.com/robbiehanson/CocoaHTTPServer) - CocoaAsyncSocket/GCDAsyncSocket (https://github.com/robbiehanson/CocoaAsyncSocket) - Embedded Swift - First Attempts (https://github.com/swift-embedded/swift-embedded) - Swift Arduino (https://www.swiftforarduino.com) - Commented Out: Triforce Percent - Triforce Percent Run (https://youtu.be/2x_pqyrf9lA) - Retro Game Mechanics Explained's Run Explainer (https://youtu.be/qBK1sq1BQ2Q) Your hosts for this week: * Spencer Curtis (https://twitter.com/SpencerCCurtis) * Dimitri Bouniol (https://twitter.com/DimitriBouniol) Be sure to also sign up to our monthly newsletter (https://codecompletion.io/), where we will recap the topics we discussed, reveal the answers to #CompleteTheCode, and share even more things we learned in between episodes. You are what makes this show possible, so please be sure to share this with your friends and family who are also interested in any part of the app development process. Sponsor This week's episode of Code Completion is brought to you by Johnny B's Bon Voyage eCommerce App course. Visit https://bon-voyage.app/course and be sure to follow Bon Voyage's instructor @jonnybcodes on Twitter to learn more and stay up to date with all his courses!

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
333: What I Do to Lessen Jet Lag (flying from the West Coast to Western Europe)

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 43:29 Very Popular


"When it comes to jet lag, there ain't — I report from the window seat of a bustling café in Montreal, hence this paraphrasing of Leonard Cohen — no cure." —Mark VanHoenacker, a Boeing 787 pilot for British Airways and the author of Imagine A City: A Pilot's Journey Across the Urban World  The first time I flew abroad from Oregon to Europe (in my case France), concerns about jet lag were far from my mind; in fact, because I had so many other questions to answer and unknowns dancing in my mind, I didn't think about. I was 20 and planning to study abroad during my junior summer of college in Angers, France. I saved up for the $800 round-trip economy-class ticket (2000) by working three part-time jobs, took the necessary prerequisite courses, conferenced with my professor de Français, and along with not knowing I would need an adapter and converter to at the very least blow-out my hair and curled it, I also didn't think to investigate what jet lag was. Being the first member of my immediate family to travel abroad to Europe, I was figuring it all out for the first time on my own, and jet lag was never a word that popped up in conversations. Fast forward to 2012 and my second trip to France that included England as well. Thankfully I had a close friend who having lived in England for a time and thus traveled back and forth from the west coast to England often, had a few suggestions for combatting jet lag. Nothing worked superbly, but none of the advice hindered my thorough enjoyment of visiting London for the first time, and then returning to Paris. Jet lag persisted, but if it meant I would be able to be in the two countries I loved, it didn't matter a bit. Each trip following the two shared above, 2013, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2022, I have gradually tried to tweak, adjust and determine what works best to mitigate jet lag's effects, and while I have come to the same conclusion as the British Airways pilot above, as he too shares in his recent article in The Financial Times, there are ways to lessen the discomfort and the prolonged effects. But first, it is important to note what jet lag is — any time you travel quickly across two or more time zones and is caused when rapid travel throws off our circadian rhythm - the biological clock that helps control when we wake and fall asleep (source)  The more readers I hear from and fellow travelers I meet, the more I realize that where you are traveling from (home departure city), thus the amount of time difference you are undergoing, makes a difference, and so I decided to write specifically from my experience as a traveler from the west coast of the United States venturing to Western Europe where most of my excursions take me. With that said, as many readers/listeners of TSLL blog/The Simple Sophisticate podcast are Francophiles and/or Anglophiles and our destinations are the same even if our departure city is different, it is my hope that some of the tips shared today may be applicable when tailored to your flying itinerary. ~Note to readers: More details are discussed in the audio version of this episode than are shared below, so be sure to tune in. 1.Depart in the early afternoon When scheduling past trips, excluding my most recent trip in 2022, I selected early morning flights to give myself more time at my desired destination. As well, often earlier flights in the day were a bit less expensive (I have not noticed this to be the case as of late, but in the past). However, when taking the most direct flight possible, leaving in the afternoon on the west coast has the arrival time in France or England in the early evening the following day which lends itself well to having a nice meal before exhaustedly going to sleep in a comfortable bed. As well, leaving in the afternoon gives you time to gradually begin the day, go through your regular routines, partake in a healthy 30-minute or hour-long exercise routine, and generally, prepare to sit for a very long time. When I am able to exercise and not feel rushed, the rest of the day and any unknowns that pop up are easier to navigate, and I can more easily relax since my body has had the opportunity to fully move, stretch and receive what it needs. 2. Arrive in the late evening in Europe If leaving in the early afternoon is not an option, at least try to schedule your arrival time in Europe in the early evening for the reasons shared above. Whether you were able to catch some sleep on the plane or not, your mind as well as your body is tired and after being fed well in your destination city, wants to stretch out and relax. Rather than fight trying to stay awake until night arrives should you arrive in the morning or early afternoon, when you arrive in the evening, you don't have to fight your body and just let it do what it yearns for. 3. The fewer connecting flights the better If at all possible, scheduling-wise and/or budget-wise, choose a direct flight, or the closest thing to it (I have to take a short hop from Redmond to an international airport, typically Seattle, Portland or San Fran, and then my international flight departs to Europe from there). Not only do you save time, but it is less stressful, thus it doesn't exhaust your mind unnecessarily which is already going to be confused when you arrive due to the time change. Mind exhaustion on top of jet lag prolongs your ability to adjust, and the shorter the hop, the less stress incurred. The many farms seen in the countryside in Normandy. 4. Try to sleep on the flight Even if for only a few hours, do your best to find a way to experience real sleep. Real sleep where the hours invisibly whisk by and you wake up feeling somewhat, if not quite a bit, rested and energized. In my experience, the fewer hours I am able to sleep on the trip, the harder/longer jet lag is to recover from on that particular end of the trip. 5. Invest in Business Class if/when possible In episode #329 I shared my experience flying Business Class on British Airways during my recent trip in April 2022 to Britain and France. Needless to say, even if it takes a bit longer to save up for each subsequent trip abroad in order to fly in such comfort, I will do it. It is worth it, largely because of the reduction of stress and my ability to sleep well. And as I shared in #4 above, when you sleep well during the flight, you reduce (not eliminate) jet lag. My flight to Europe in Business Class provided more than 4 hours of sleep, and while I did feel the effects of jet lagged for about two days upon arrival, this was far better than it has been in the past. No doubt my excitement being back in Paris helped to overcome some of the feeling, but as I assessed what else may have contributed to an easing of this expected feeling of exhaustion, confusion, malaise and inability to sleep naturally, the one primary variable that was different was the flight I chose and the amount of sleep and quality of sleep I received. My seat in Business Class on British Airways, bedding products from The White Company 6. Hydrate as much as possible while flying While toasting with sparkling wine as the journey begins is tempting and certainly something I enjoy doing as well, refrain from too much alcohol as it dehydrates you. Instead, seek out as much water as you can, and even the multiple bathroom-runs are good for you as it gets you up and out of your seat which is an activity that sets your circadian rhythm. The more you can do to set your circadian rhythm to knowing when it needs to be awake and when it needs to rest (the reason why airlines dim the cabin light uniformly for everyone and set the meals as they do), the more quickly your mind will be able to settle into the new sleep schedule. 7. Take a hot bath before bed Whether at your travel destination or when you arrive home, just before you want to go to bed, take a hot bath as this helps to relax the body and interestingly enough, drop the body temperature which helps you fall asleep. A deep soak of a bath at The Savoy while staying in London. Take the tour of our stay in this detailed post. 8. Begin to simulate, ever so slightly and gradually, the new time zone before you leave While a subtle shift at home may not seem beneficial, for me, this is actually quite possible as I like to go to bed early, and an excuse to go to bed one hour sooner, wake up one hour earlier is not a detriment. Of course, this will depend on your work and home schedule, but if you can, it may reduce jet lag a bit so it won't last as long when you arrive. 9. Be gentle and patient with yourself, gradually shift into the new time schedule Our brains are wonderful tools, but it takes time to change them, and that includes its sleep schedule. When our sleep schedule becomes disrupted, our mind is confused as to what it is supposed to do, so be gentle and patient with it. When I returned home this past April, it took about 7-10 days to get over my jet lag. Finding myself falling asleep on the sofa at 5pm with eyelids I could not bribe to stay open at any cost, I let myself fall asleep, and pushed myself to stay awake an hour later each night until I was finally back to my regular bedtime routine. With all of that said . . . 10. Understand there are many jet lag remedies, but honor what works for you I won't list the suggestions I have received over the years I haven't found helpful for me, or the beliefs from other travelers about what is most difficult (direction of flight) because what is true for them is true for them. However, sharing what has worked and why I have discovered it does work, had I been able to understand these truths, is something I would have loved to have known earlier in my travels but likely could not have known. Knowing that I needed to, for want of a better phrase, 'feel my way' through jet lag to figure out what happens and how I respond to it gave me the tools to figure out how to reduce its effects that most negatively affected me. Self-awareness not only helps you live a life you love living in a general over-arching way; it also affords you helpful insights in how to work well with jet lag to best fit your needs to ensure the best trip and experience possible. For example, as an HSP, sleep is especially important, whereas for non-HSPs being able to function well on 5-7 hours of sleep may be no problem. Not so in my case, so now that I know the value of sleep for my well-being, I invest in ensuring I receive a good night of sleep when I travel as I want to enjoy my trip as much as possible, and that includes on the flight. When we have the fortunate opportunity to travel abroad and cross many time zones, the price of jet lag is a small price to expense, but being aware of how it affects our minds and physical well-being is helpful so that we don't blame our mental lag on the destination but rather our mind's gradual settling in to the new time zone we have taken it to. Wishing you many wonderful trips and stamps in your passport! Bon Voyage! Petit Plaisir ~Herbed Salmon ~click here for the full recipe. ~Top image: arriving in London, looking out over Kensington, Royal Albert Hall

Blue Ash Community Church
Bon Voyage - Week 2 - John Brite

Blue Ash Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 34:42


TREKnological: A Star Trek Shakedown
MISSION 019 - Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - "All Those Who Wander"

TREKnological: A Star Trek Shakedown

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 46:59


Captain Shoff's Log, Stardate 100097.36 … This week, a vicious enemy returns to wreak havoc on the crew of the Enterprise, and as the dust settles after that lethal encounter, Captain Vactor and I must pick our jaws off the floor after this heart-racing, gut-punching penultimate episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds S1! Only one episode left in the season before we have to say Bon Voyage to Pike's Peak, but until then, let's boldly go forward with today's episode! This week on TREKNOLOGICAL: Crowdfunded William Shatner Documentary to Be Fully Owned by Fans, Backers to Receive Profits Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Star Melissa Navia Says Season 2 Is 'Even Better' Than The First, And Explains How Filming New Eps Has Been 'Electrified | Cinemablend The Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episodes Fans Always Skip On A Rewatch Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Bruce Horak Opens Up About Hemmer's Sacrifice In "All Those Who Wander" WATCH: Bruce Horak Visits The Ready Room Swear Trek — Benjamin Sisko reviews movies And our recap/review of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds S1 E9 “All Those Who Wander”! We hope you'll boldly go and listen to us each week for recaps/reviews of new and old Trek TV shows and films. Find us on social media - @treknopod on Instagram and Twitter! All our links - https://linktr.ee/treknological Part of the Geek So To Speak Network! - https://www.geeksotospeak.com/network Thanks for listening, and LIVE LONG AND PROSPER! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/treknological/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/treknological/support

The Grit! with Chas Smith
172 - The Grit! June 30, 2022

The Grit! with Chas Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 102:49 Very Popular


Today's show is packed with illustrious guests. First, Sports Illustrated writer Brandon Sneed joins us to discuss the insights gleaned from spending two weeks with Kelly and Kalani, then Matt Parker sits in to discuss the perfect "bridge" board before David and Chas banish them all to recap Rio, celebrate Papa Lynch, bid Bon Voyage to Pride month, and outline proper airplane neighbor etiquette. Plus Barrel or Nah?! Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

REVERIES
REVERIES 22 #30 “bon voyage”

REVERIES

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 3:49


hey hey so wherever you go there I go (if you like) know that. in loving ways in wandering ways I lost you then I’ll never lose again The post REVERIES 22 #30 "bon voyage" first appeared on Luke Janela.

Magnified Pod
It's Hard To Find A Podcast - Episode 11 - Bon Voyage (with special guests the Blue Collar Love Podcast!)

Magnified Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 138:46


In this episode, Andrew and John know how you feel. But first, Andrew shares some very exciting news! Also, some voicemails about hardcore kids and Joy Electric, David Lynch, and an almost Starflyer 59 love story. Then, Sam and Aaron from the Blue Collar Love podcast join us to talk about Jason Martin, Bon Voyage, and all things Martin! Finally, a track by track discussion of the debut Bon Voyage record. Album discussion begins at 1:16:24.

Trauma Hiders Club Podcast
Bon Voyage, Me!

Trauma Hiders Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 4:09


I've heard it said that the only trip that you regret is the one that you don't take. Now, if you're anything like me, powerful quotes like that get balled up, pushed through the pumper of emotions, and come out on the other side shaped like a big colorful mess of “Oh fuck. There you are, regret.” And in the age of global pandemic and collective trauma, it takes a lot to choose between regret and 15 days of adventure and travel in Europe. I choose unapologetic disruption. In this episode of the Trauma Hiders Club, I discuss regret, travels, and opening up to astonishment. I also share a big announcement about the podcast. “Traveling is exciting, curious, courageous, vulnerable, out of control, and exposed. I am present to fragility and overwhelm, and play and astonishment. All of it is welcome.” - Karen Goldfinger Baker This week on the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast: Adventures, travel, regret, and possibility An announcement regarding the Trauma Hiders Club podcast Practicing unapologetic disruption Where High Achievers Get Through Shit - TOGETHER Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of Trauma Hiders Club ‘The Podcast' with Karen Goldfinger Baker. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | Spotify | Amazon Music Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more high achievers, like you. Join me on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn and visit my website to discover the rules of Trauma Club and grab your free download: Discover 5 Ways Your Fuckery Is Getting In The Way of The Next Level of Your Success.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sober Edge
What I learned on Vacation

The Sober Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 20:30


Have you experienced an alcohol-free vacation? After my recent trip I wanted to reflect on the power of gratitude, cerveza sin alcohol, and sticking to your morning routine! I also touch on what comes up with a 'digital detox' and the joys of traveling with toddlers. Bon Voyage!   Full Show Notes Here

The Prattlefield
#187 Bon Voyage

The Prattlefield

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 151:09


#187 Bon Voyage by The Prattlefield

The Panzer Podcast
Episode 013a - Bon voyage en Normandie

The Panzer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 12:58


On today's rather short episode I have an announcement to make about the upcoming 78th anniversary of the Normandy Invasion along with a little story and catch-up time on how the Podcast is coming along in regards to the upcoming Sherman series! Au Revoir! John Burgess ThePanzerPodcast@gmail.com Sources Include: SHD, 11 P 236 Luc Braueur, Tanks of the Resistance – The amazing adventure of an armored FFI squadron on the Saint-Nazaire Pocket , author-publisher

A Long Walk to Cleveland
Bon voyage on your 3 days weekend!

A Long Walk to Cleveland

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 12:42


Enjoy your long Memorial Weekend! We'll see ya Tuesday for a new episode! Rudy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rudy_pavich/ Rudy 's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rudypavich57 Rudy's website: www.rudypavich.com Rudy Pavich is a long time radio host, actor, producer and stand up comedian. Having started his career in southern Minnesota, he's been around the radio industry working in MN, WI, NH, MO and for the last 14 years, Minneapolis, MN. He's interviewed everyone from Rock Gods Ozzy Osbourne and Corey Taylor all the way to Kelly Clarkson and Ed Sheeran. On the production side of his life, Rudy produces for such podcasts as The Adam Carolla show, Fantastic! with Dana Carvey, About Last Night with Adam Ray, Sharp Tongue podcast with Jessimae Peluso and Meghan Trainor's Workin' on it! His short films have own numerous awards, with his most endearing award, Louie Anderson's Favorite, for his film Raising a Daughter at the 2021 Z-Fest awards! You might even hear his voice on commercials for Pepsi, Icy-Hot, Revel Stoke Whiskey and many more!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Up and At ’Em: Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Dr Mike says “Farewell” as we say “Bon Voyage”.

Broadway Breakdown
CANDIDE w/ Jessie Field

Broadway Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 129:28


"We're neither good, nor wise, nor pure..." The show lasted 73 performances...and has now been performed all over the world. AND was revived on Broadway TWICE! It's CANDIDE! Breakdown alum Jessie Field (Charlotte Lucas is 27 and Not Dead) returns to discuss with Matt whether the show is an operetta or a musical, who did "Glitter and Be Gay" best, and why we keep going on...despite the tragedies. BON VOYAGE!

A Dangerous Thing Podcast
Episode 22: Vacation

A Dangerous Thing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 67:22


It's almost summer, so it's time to go on vacation! No need to call your travel agent, because we've got you all set. Chip pitches that we all go back to 1984 to Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey for the Haunted Castle (And subsequent fire that killed eight teenagers), but James thinks maybe we should go on a road trip and visit five of the worst roadside attraction in the United States! Bon Voyage!

The Highwire with Del Bigtree
BON VOYAGE, MACRON?!

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 7:05


All eyes are on the coming French elections as the world watches the first political choice to vote out those who forced lockdowns, mandates and purposely made life miserable for much of their population. Opposing French PM Macron who's trying for his 2nd term is Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour, both siding with the unemployed healthcare workers' plight due to vaccine refusal.#EricZemmour #MarineLePen #ChristineAnderson