This is my 2nd December - wow! This is a toughie, as I'm in a bit of a tender place these days, but most of this year has been pretty amazing, and I have so much to be grateful for - namely the incredible people I've had the honor of speaking with and learning from, and the great folks who keep the social media lively and a fun place to hang out - I love getting to know you all!The end of the year has taken a turn I hadn't expected, and I'll be making some changes of my own, but I don't intend to change much in terms of the podcast, BUT I do have some thoughts of things I'd like to incorporate, in light of my current life situation, starting with a Menopause Panel, to discuss this taboo subject that leaves us feeling broken and crazy (these are my words - it's possible that everyone doesn't feel this way, but they might) and just not knowing what is happening in their own body. I think this would be helpful for for anyone who interacts with people who are experiencing menopause, so don't think it's aimed at anyone specific. If you'd like to be on this panel, or add anything to be discussed, please be in touch with me. I'm feeling the need to be loud about this, and also bring to light other personal sustainability topics, so send me your ideas.The year isn't over yet! I've got some super interesting folks these last few weeks, and into the new year - don't miss out!Thank you for being with me this first full year of podcasting - I'm loving this so much!Support the showPlease follow Grounded In Maine podcast on Instagram here , or on Facebook hereYouTube channel link is here You can DM me there, post, or email me at email@example.com. Website for Amy's Garden Jam is www.amysgardenjam.comHow Do I Get There From Here by Jane Bolduc - listen to more at www.janebolduc.comPodcast cover by Becca Kofron- follow here on Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/cute_but_loud/ and/or check out her awesome art here: https://www.artbybeccakofron.com/ Grounded in Maine Podcast is hosted by Buzzsprout, the easiest podcast hosting platform. Learn more at www.buzzsprout.com Grounded in Maine Podcast is sponsored by ESG Review. Learn more about the good they're doing at https://esgreview.net/Grounded in Maine Podcast is partnering with True Leaf Market and offering a great discount of $10 off your $50 or more purchase if you visit https://www.trueleafmarket.co...
“Guilt has no place when it comes to eating." - Evelyn Tribole In this episode, I talk about: Creating a framework that supports your energy, sleep, stress, and activity levels while still enjoying the foods you love Understanding the emotional side of food and the impact it has on our habits and behaviors How to create sustainable and lasting change when you have a lot of responsibility Jenn Trepeck has been described as a "force of nature" in the wellness space, has been recognized as one of Podcast Magazine's 40 under 40, and was nominated for the 2022 International Women's Podcast Award for Visionary Leadership. She is an Optimal Health Coach, Podcaster, and Business Consultant. After over a decade of working with clients, she took her practice from side-hustle to full-time self-employment and launched her podcast, Salad With a Side of Fries, in 2019. Grounded in science, yet lighthearted in delivery, Jenn talks about living life while still making ourselves and our health a priority. Find her on IG @jenntrepeck Just for you! Book a complimentary wellness discovery call with Jenn calendly.com/jenntrepeck/wellness-discovery-1-1 Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ Join me on December 12th for the LIVE Profit Planning workshop, grab your spot here heatherchauvin.com/2024 For all things Emotionally Uncomfortable, including gifts for those you know would appreciate it, visit my new SHOP heatherchauvin.com/shop For your own AG1 supply, visit: drinkAG1.com/EU I want to hear your questions, your comments, and your experiences! Connect with me personally at heatherchauvin.com/chat
The Chicago Blackhawks fell to the Winnipeg Jets, 3-1 on Saturday. Connor Bedard struck first, scoring 4 minutes into the first minute, but the Hawks were held scoreless for the rest of the game. Morgan Barron, Cole Perfetti, and Mark Scheifele each scored for the Jets, and Winnipeg won it 3-1. Join Mario and Greg on the CHGO Blackhawks Postgame Podcast as they breakdown today's game and look ahead to what's next for the Hawks. An ALLCITY Network Production PARTY WITH US: https://bit.ly/3SRS03z SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CHGOSports ALL THINGS CHGO: https://linktr.ee/chgosports WEBSITE: http://allCHGO.com/ BUY MERCH: http://CHGOLocker.com FOLLOW ON SOCIAL: Twitter: @CHGO_Sports Instagram: @CHGO_Sports GET OUR FREE NEWSLETTER: http://www.allchgo.com/newsletter CIRCA SPORTSBOOK: Download the Circa Sports Illinois at circa sports dot com slash illinois dash app (https://www.circasports.com/illinois-app) to sign up today! If you or someone you know may have a problem with gambling, call 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537), text GAMB to 833234, or visit https://www.AreYouReallyWinning.com WATCH YOUR FAVORITE TEAMS: https://www.fubotv.com/chgo Head to https://factormeals.com/chgohawks50 and use code chgobulls50 to get 50% off. That's code chgobulls50 at https://factormeals.com/chgohawks50 to get 50% off! Head over to https://Midtown.com/CHGO to tour the Midtown Athletic Club nearest you. Schedule a free in-home estimate today with Empire! All listeners can receive a $350 OFF discount when they use the promo code CHGO. Restrictions apply. See https://EmpireToday.com/CHGO for details. Get 20% off your next OLIPOP purchase at drinkolipop.com/CHGO20 Go to https://www.hero.co and use code CHGO for 10% off your first order! Head to https://www.sunnyside.shop/ and use code CHGO25 for 25% off your total order at check out for everything you need to elevate your Summer! Must be 21+ or an Illinois med card holder. Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code CHGO for $20 off your first purchase. Check out FOCO for merch and collectibles here https://foco.vegb.net/CHGO and use promo code “CHGO10” for 10% off your order on all non Pre Order items. AG1 is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Just visit https://drinkAG1.com/CHGOBlackhawks https://shadyrays.com: use code ‘CHGO' for 50% OFF 2+ pairs of polarized sunglasses! When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. #Blackhawks #ChicagoBlackhawks #HopOnTheRide Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The year is not over yet, but arguably its biggest rush of video game releases have completed, which means now we actually need to play all of them. Or at least play as many as we can. On this week's episode Marcus Stewart, Kyle Hilliard, and Charles Harte discuss the games they're trying to catch up on including The Talos Principle 2 and Dave the Diver, and of course Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Batman Arkham Knight, and Grounded. We also answer questions from the community and reflect on our 2023 Thanksgiving meals. Follow us on social media: Marcus Stewart (@MarcusStewart7), Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard), and Charles Harte (@chuckduck365). The Game Informer Show is a weekly gaming podcast covering the latest video game news, industry topics, exclusive reveals, and reviews. Join host Alex Van Aken every Thursday to chat about your favorite games – past and present – with Game Informer staff, developers, and special guests from around the industry. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app. Matt Storm, the freelance audio editor for The Game Informer Show, edited this episode. Matt is an experienced podcast host and producer who's been speaking into a microphone for over a decade. You should listen to Matt's shows like the "Fun" And Games Podcast and Reignite, a BioWare-focused podcast. The Game Informer Show – Podcast Timestamps: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:06:33 - Thanksgiving Dinner Favorites 00:32:26 - Super Mario Bros. Wonder 00:37:11 - The Talos Principle 00:44:45 - Dave The Diver 00:49:57 - Inscryption 00:53:46 - Kena: Bridge of Spirits 00:59:29 - Grounded 01:05:05 - Batman: Arkham Knight 01:10:28 - Housekeeping and Listener Questions
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In Bradley Tusk's new novel Obvious In Hindsight, a flying car company attempts to get government approval, even though the politics are dicey, the lobbyists are dirty, and the cars just might not ... uh, what's the word? Fly. Plus, after seventeen days, workers freed thanks to rat tunnels. And the very leftist Youtube channels going beyond even Hamas' obfuscations to flat out allege that Israel targeted their own citizens. Catch The Gist Live on December 6th Produced by Joel Patterson and Corey Wara Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org To advertise on the show, visit: https://advertisecast.com/TheGist Subscribe to The Gist Subscribe: https://subscribe.mikepesca.com/ Follow Mikes Substack at: Pesca Profundities | Mike Pesca | Substack Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
John C. Maxwell teaches you three qualities of a grounded leader. After John's lesson, Mark Cole and Traci Morrow discuss practical ways you can apply this lesson to your life and leadership. Key Takeaways: - Grounded leaders have a capacity for self-awareness and criticism - Humble leaders revel in the accomplishments and potential of others - Calling is when your purpose is greater than you Our BONUS resource for this episode is “The Grounded Leader Worksheet,” which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John's teaching. You can download the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/Grounded and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.” Take the next step in your growth journey and become a Maxwell Leadership Certified Team Member. Click here to speak with a Program Advisor today! References: Watch this episode on YouTube! The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth by John C. Maxwell (use code PODCAST at checkout for 15% off this week only) Relevant Episode: Bigger on the Inside Join the Maxwell Leadership Certified Team! Sign up for the Maxwell Leadership Growth Plan Shop the Maxwell Leadership Online Store
--►► Grab your FREE Energy Shifter and experience a simple way to manage your energy state and become a magnet to attract anything you desire. Get ready to feel amazing!Imagine a life where change doesn't shake your foundation but becomes a welcome breeze of transformation. That's the essence of being grounded—it's finding peace amidst life's storms, allowing us to flow gracefully through challenges. It's about embracing change without fear, trusting that the universe is orchestrating everything for our highest good.Today, we're unraveling the enigma of being grounded—what it truly means and why it's the cornerstone of shaping the life you desire.Join me on this transformative journey and discover how being grounded can revolutionize your life, creating a space for joy, abundance, and genuine fulfillment.=============================All Products and Courses to apply this work to your life is below.=============================Meditation Mondays ➡️ https://www.jackiesenatore.com/membershipCLEAR Course (All-Access Pass Includes Membership) ➡️ https://www.jackiesenatore.com/clear===========================Connect with us! =============================Facebook: ➡︎ https://www.jackiesenatore.com/clearIG: ➡︎ https://www.instagram.com/jackiesenatore/===========================Subscribe and Listen to the The Jackie Senatore Show HERE:
I was all in to hear that Dida Lange was thrifting for a business, and I couldn't wait to hear all about how that worked, but when we were talking, she opened up this WHOLE other beautiful can of worms that changed everything for me. I cannot wait for y'all to hear how much heart Dida has for supporting thrift stores and church/yard sales and why. She has the best comeback story I've heard in a very long time, if ever, and how she is using it to empower others and change the world, has changed me, and I hope it will you as well.Dida grew up in, and lives in Nebraska; she was a model and actress, and is currently a Style Coach - but not just any Style Coach - she's styling with thrifted clothes - how awesome! She has 3 sons and a wonderful husband, and loves her life.Listen here for to hear it from her!You can find Dida on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/motherthrifting_queen/She's also on TikTok here: https://www.tiktok.com/@motherthrifting_queenAnd Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100091601237062Her Linktree/website is here to see about her styling bundles: https://linktr.ee/motherthriftingqueen**It is October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month - please remember to be kind to others - you don't know what they might be facing. If you suspect Domestic Violence, or if you are a victim, please reach out to my friend Veronica Life at Purple it Up for Domestic Violence Awareness - text 24 hours to 88788 or call 813-922-5433. Please save this number in your phone or write it down - you never know when you might need it to save a life.**Support the showPlease follow Grounded In Maine podcast on Instagram here , or on Facebook hereYouTube channel link is here You can DM me there, post, or email me at email@example.com. Website for Amy's Garden Jam is www.amysgardenjam.comHow Do I Get There From Here by Jane Bolduc - listen to more at www.janebolduc.comPodcast cover by Becca Kofron- follow here on Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/cute_but_loud/ and/or check out her awesome art here: https://www.artbybeccakofron.com/ Grounded in Maine Podcast is hosted by Buzzsprout, the easiest podcast hosting platform. Learn more at www.buzzsprout.com Grounded in Maine Podcast is sponsored by ESG Review. Learn more about the good they're doing at https://esgreview.net/Grounded in Maine Podcast is partnering with True Leaf Market and offering a great discount of $10 off your $50 or more purchase if you visit https://www.trueleafmarket.co...
Welcome back to another episode of Grounded! In this week's episode the guys recap their Thanksgiving festivities, look forward to Christmas and also chat about this past Sunday's topic of Lifewise. We hope you enjoy and have a great week!
Ajaya Sommers brings a sense of calm and self-improvement through her roles as a teacher, podcaster, public speaker, and creative catalyst in psycho-spiritual somatic integration. With 28 years of experience, she has played a crucial role in fostering conscious evolution in thousands of lives. Ajaya designs and leads training programs, retreats, and online platforms with a focus on ecological regeneration, social justice, and spiritual connection. Grounded in science and enriched by devotional practice, her programs aim for real, direct experiences. As the founder of Core Embodiment®, Ajaya introduces a distinctive somatic discovery process—a comprehensive system integrating embodiment practices, principles, and perceptual orientations to tap into the full potential of human capabilities. Certified as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Integration Teacher, NARM practitioner (addressing developmental trauma), and Authorized Continuum Teacher, Ajaya's approach encompasses a holistic perspective.
In this episode, Tudor interviews Vice President Mike Pence and his daughter Charlotte Pence Bond. They discuss their book "Go Home for Dinner: My Dad and I", emphasizing the importance of family time and sharing personal experiences. They also touch on the role of faith in their lives and the concept of forgiveness, particularly in relation to the events of January 6th. The conversation also explores Vice President Pence's political journey and potential future plans. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - nw episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more info visit TudorDixonPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Tudor interviews Vice President Mike Pence and his daughter Charlotte Pence Bond. They discuss their book "Go Home for Dinner: My Dad and I", emphasizing the importance of family time and sharing personal experiences. They also touch on the role of faith in their lives and the concept of forgiveness, particularly in relation to the events of January 6th. The conversation also explores Vice President Pence's political journey and potential future plans. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - nw episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more info visit TudorDixonPodcast.comFollow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Pastor Tim preaches from James 5:7-12, where the apostle James calls all believers to practice patience as we await the second coming of our Lord. Join us as we conclude our fall series on the book of James. Support the show
[REBROADCAST FROM Oct 9, 2023] A new exhibition features more than one hundred historical, modern, and contemporary clay works. It's titled, Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery, and it's the first community-curated Native American exhibition in the history of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Patricia Marroquin Norby (Purépecha), the associate curator of Native American Art at The Met, and visual artist Michael Namingha (Ohkay Owingeh-Hopi) joins us to talk about the show on display through June 4, 2024.
Join us in this episode as Mauricio Díaz, co-founder of Aire Libre, engages in a profound conversation with runner Francesca Goodwin. Together, they explore the transformative journey that running can be, especially when intertwined with the healing power of nature. Francesca opens up about her personal struggles with mental and physical health, and how the rhythm of her footsteps on the earth's terrain became a catalyst for healing. Grounded in the natural world, running served as a potent reminder of her life force, providing solace and a path to recovery. The discussion delves into the symbiotic relationship between the human spirit, physical well-being, and the natural environment. Mauricio, drawing from his experience with Aire Libre, adds depth to the conversation by highlighting the collective and supportive nature of the running community. Together, they celebrate the profound connection between mind, body, and nature, emphasizing how running can be a transformative and holistic practice. This episode is an invitation to listeners to embark on a journey of self-discovery through running, to find solace in the embrace of the natural world, and to discover the revitalizing potential that lies within each stride. Join us for this touching exploration of resilience, healing, and the boundless joys that running and nature can bring to our lives. You can find Francesca here: @running_on_joy
In this empowering sermon, the speaker delves into the theme "Healing Found in Remembering Jesus." Grounded in Isaiah 53:4-5, the sermon explores the biblical assurance of physical healing through remembrance of Jesus' sacrifice. The message provides eight compelling reasons why living free from sickness is God's will, touching on concepts like authority over sickness and the benefits of a new covenant.Shifting focus to the Communion ceremony, the sermon draws from Luke 22:14-20, emphasizing Jesus' instruction to remember Him through the symbols of bread and cup. The broken body of Jesus, highlighted in Isaiah 53:5, is presented as a source of both spiritual and physical healing, a truth validated in Matthew 8:16-17.The conclusion underscores the importance of rightly discerning and remembering the purpose of Jesus' broken body during Communion. Failure to grasp this truth may lead to adverse consequences, as outlined in 1 Corinthians 11:28-30. Conversely, a Communion practiced with gratitude for Jesus' healing sacrifice opens the door to strength, deliverance from illness, and a meaningful proclamation until His return. The congregation is encouraged to participate in Communion with a heart full of gratitude for the healing found in remembrance of Jesus.
Black Friday Sale HEREIn this episode we talk about what it means to be grounded and centered in yourself, how to create that natural sense of self satisfaction that allows you to accomplish anything you want, and the 4 pillars you need to focus on to build those foundations for yourself.Make sure you enter the podcast giveaway to win a spot in my next live program!All entries will receive a free audio healing track once submission is completed.PODCAST GIVEAWAY INSTRUCTIONS:Follow @andiecolleen and @timetobloomthepodcast on InstagramScreenshot this episode, share it to your IG Story, and tag @andiecolleen AND @timetobloomthepodcast in your shareWrite a written review on Apple or other platforms you listen on and screenshot it once it's uploaded. (Spotify star ratings are appreciated but won't count in this podcast raffle!)Fill out THIS FORM to finish off your application and we'll respond confirming your entry and sending the Becoming You Healing Track back
In this episode of Soul of Travel, Season 5: Women's Wisdom + Mindful Travel, Christine hosts a soulful conversation with Dawn Booker, Founder of Pack Light Global.Dawn Booker founded Pack Light Global with the mission to inspire women to travel the world fearlessly and joyfully. Grounded in reverence for sustainable and equitable travel, Booker facilitates shared experiences and creates life-long memories with the women who choose her thoughtfully curated cultural adventures.With an emphasis on Black women over 40 who are often overlooked by the travel industry, Booker caters to a niche group of women who prefer experiences over things and privilege meaningful connections between travelers and local cultures. Her bespoke travel itineraries have taken women to Costa Rica, Croatia, France, Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia, the Netherlands, Morocco, Peru, Singapore, South Africa, and Tanzania. Her customers and their circumstances are as diverse as the locales Dawn selects: they are at a career crossroads, recently retired, empty nesters, child-free, recently divorced, happily married, blissfully single, life changers, or work-life balancers, all labels that Dawn strongly encourages her clients to leave at home. Christine and Dawn discuss:· How knowing leads to confidence· What “Packing Light” truly means· How travel can help us get to know ourselves beyond the labels we create–and those created for us· Travel marketing and the gap that exists when Black women are not included in the marketing and storytelling of travel· Travel values and their importance in helping us guide and shape our experiencesJoin Christine now for this soulful conversation with Dawn Booker.
Imagine traveling the world in your camper van... and you never have to fill up the gas tank! In this week's episode, Kristin sits down with Sam Shapiro, CEO of the electric RV startup Grounded. Sam shares how the idea for Grounded was sparked after he converted his own van during COVID and traveled around the country for 6 months, constantly frustrated by issues with the gas engine and lack of available power.These pain points led him to conceptualize an electric camper van, free from the maintenance and pollution of fossil fuels. The recently launched G2 model features a customizable, modular interior and a robust 250-mile range - this van comes packed with some serious battery capacity! We also discuss the challenges in the current EV infrastructure and how Grounded plans to help address these in the future. Beyond just the RV space, Grounded aims to position themselves as leaders in the modern electric outdoor gear market, tune in to hear what's coming next!Check out the full episode blog post here: https://www.thewaywardhome.com/episode61/Want to live the van life but have no idea where to start? My FREE Van Life Starter kit has specs and measurements on 10 different vans, van buying and build ideas, remote work ideas and websites I use to find free campsites.Download it here: https://thewaywardhome.lpages.co/van-life-starter-kit-podcast/Support the showConnect with Kristin Hanes and The Wayward Home! Send me a DM on Instagram Follow The Wayward Home on Facebook Join The Wayward Home Facebook Group!
Growing up Mormon left little freedom for Larissa Kindred to take up space. The mandate was clear on how to be a good woman: marry, procreate, and be sure that the needs of the family always came first. Desires for education and a career seemed both selfish and out of reach.Connect with Larissa and her research at lds_women_and_garments on Instagram.A diagnosis of breast cancer while still in her 30's changed everything.Today, Larissa is a graduate student researching the impact of Mormon garments on women, and helps support Mormon women in or out of the church to find their voice on issues that matter to them. She has a forthcoming book based on her and a colleagues research. You will learn:A serious illness can distill what matters and be the impetus for important change.Becoming comfortable taking up space and asking to be prioritized is challenging for many women today.Having space to discuss and impact issues that affect women is important for success and a good quality of life.Lizbeth's links Support the podcast and Lizbeth's writing for $2 or $5 a month on Patreon HEREOR Buy Lizbeth a Coffee Lizbeth's memoir Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters is now a TV movie, #Stolen By Their Father on Lifetime, now streaming on Roku, Vudu, Hulu, and Amazon Prime.Lizbeth's second book, Grounded in Grit: Turn Your Challenges Into Superpowers is available to order wherever books are sold! Interested in seeing if you and Lizbeth would partner well for 1:1 coaching? Sign up for one free session to see. Need a motivational speaker? Sign up HERE to talk with Lizbeth about your needs.
Philomene Cauchois is just the most graceful, easy to be with person, and I could've spent hours talking with her. Philomene has her own podcast called Une Touche de Créativité Pour Tout Changer (A Touch of Creativity to Change Everything), to help people to find creative, fun ways to reduce waste and to just tread lighter in the world, and I'm here for it! She's been updating her own website to be ready for this episode to air, knowing that my listeners are mainly English speaking, and she's prepared some really wonderful things, including some of her favorite, regularly used recipes to share! Philomene is practically zero waste, even with 2 sons and a spouse, she makes almost everything, or buys from neighbors or local farms, she repurposes, gardens, homeschools, and really focuses on being light with her footprint. She lives in France, in what looks like a fairytale place called Chanteloup (which is now on my travel bucket list)Philomene puts out a weekly newsletter that we can subscribe to here: https://creativitytochangeeverything.com/freezerowasterecipe/ this also gets you the free recipes, including her fermented ketchup!Her facebook page is here:https://www.facebook.com/unetouchedecreativitepourtoutchangerAnd her beautiful Instagram is here: https://www.instagram.com/touchedecreativite/They are both in French, so you can practice, or just close your eyes and enjoy the peace that her language and posts bring.Support the showPlease follow Grounded In Maine podcast on Instagram here , or on Facebook hereYouTube channel link is here You can DM me there, post, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Website for Amy's Garden Jam is www.amysgardenjam.comHow Do I Get There From Here by Jane Bolduc - listen to more at www.janebolduc.comPodcast cover by Becca Kofron- follow here on Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/cute_but_loud/ and/or check out her awesome art here: https://www.artbybeccakofron.com/ Grounded in Maine Podcast is hosted by Buzzsprout, the easiest podcast hosting platform. Learn more at www.buzzsprout.com Grounded in Maine Podcast is sponsored by ESG Review. Learn more about the good they're doing at https://esgreview.net/Grounded in Maine Podcast is partnering with True Leaf Market and offering a great discount of $10 off your $50 or more purchase if you visit https://www.trueleafmarket.co...
Welcome to this week's episode of Grounded! Today we recap the final of the 10 Commandments. The first half of the podcast is loaded with coffee and all that's gone on in the past couple of weeks! We hope you enjoy and we pray you have a great Thanksgiving!
Sometimes we get so caught up in doing more and more for our business that we forget that we need to do more for ourselves. Taking care of ourselves outside of work matters. It gives us renewed creativity and energy while helping us be calm and thoughtful. In this episode, I talk about the top 10 things I do to ground myself offline, plus some that I would like to work on. Let me know if any resonate with you!In this episode, you'll hear…How movement and community can be a great combo.The importance of only doing one thing at a time and taking breaks from tech.How art can give us inspiration and be an outlet for big feelings.Nonfiction books and YouTube channel recommendationsA reminder to book your annual health exam!!Click here to find the full show notes and transcript for this episode.RESOURCES:79. Feeling Business Burnout? Honor Your EnergyCecilia Blomdahl's YouTube Channel: Gorgeous videos from an island close to the North Pole.Hannah Adkins' YouTube Channel: British lifestyle videos that celebrate every season.Kahvihuone8487's YouTube Channel: Day in the life videos from Helsinki, Finland.Moving On Doesn't Mean Letting Go: Gina Moffat's book about grief.CONNECT:Sam on InstagramSam on FacebookOn Your Terms on InstagramDISCLAIMERProduced by NOVA Media
Ben Maller talks about Jets HC Robert Saleh finally benching Zach Wilson in a loss to the Bills, if the blowout win by the Bills means that Buffalo is back, Maller to the Third Degree, and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this sermon, Pastor Tommy explores the theme of God's love, focusing specifically on the attribute of God's kindness. Grounded in biblical passages like 1 John 4:7-8 and 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, Pastor Tommy emphasizes the active nature of God's kindness, portraying it as a compassionate response to various situations in our lives. The narrative highlights God's patience as a key component of His love, demonstrated through the sacrifice of Jesus and the withholding of judgment. The audience is encouraged to view God's thoughts as inherently benevolent, not contingent on human actions, and to express gratitude for His kindness as Thanksgiving approaches. The overarching message is a call to understand God as a loving and kind figure, inspiring a life filled with praise and thanksgiving for His continual acts of lovingkindness.
ABOUT JULIE DE AZEVEDO HANKSWEBSITE: https://www.drjuliehanks.com/INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/drjuliehanks Dr. Julie Hanks, PhD, LCSW. is a licensed therapist, coach, author, relationship expert, media contributor, blogger, speaker, and performing songwriter with 28 years experience counseling women, couples and families. In addition to owning Wasatch Family Therapy, LLC and serving as executive director, Dr. Hanks is an emotional health and relationship expert and top online mental health influencer with an extensive and engaged social media following. As sought after media personality Dr. Hanks' advice has been interviewed for The Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Women's Day, Parenting, Reader's Digest, Redbook, and numerous other publications, and has appeared on-camera on Fox News, Fox Business News, KSL TV's Studio 5, Discovery Health, TLC, and Reelz Channel. After speaking to large women's groups of Latter-day Saint women on preventing emotional burnout for a decade and working with hundreds of women in her clinical practice who were overwhelmed and felt “never good enough”, Dr. Hanks felt compelled to write her first book The Burnout Cure: An Emotional Survival Guide for Overwhelmed Women. Her latest book The Assertiveness Guide for Women: How to Communicate Your Needs, Set Healthy Boundaries, and Transform Your Relationships draws from her years of clinical practice helping women to find their authentic voice in their lives, their relationships, and in the world. Grounded in attachment theory, this self-help book takes a comprehensive view of assertiveness and is filled with exercises and practical advice. As an award-winning performing songwriter, “Julie de Azevedo” has written dozens of songs, contributed to numerous projects, and produced 10 solo CD's over the past 30 years. Her most recent CD “The Gravity of Love” is a digital EP of 6 new songs about relationships. Dr. Hanks' most valuable experience has been “in the trenches” of family life as a wife to Jeff Hanks and mother of 4 children, 1 daughter-in-law, and 2 grandchildren. MORE ABOUT THIS EPISODE:Paul begins by engaging in a conversation with Dr. Julie De Azevedo Hanks, who balanced her career as a recording artist with her pursuit of a Ph.D. in therapy. She specializes in working with clients who are Latter-day Saints or have connections to the LDS culture, assisting them in addressing social issues and ensuring their beliefs are applied in a healthy manner to avoid any harm caused by theology.Dr. Hanks responds to Paul's inquiry about why people from other faiths often perceive Mormons as exceptionally kind individuals with strong family values. They delve into the social dynamics within the predominantly homogeneous culture, particularly in Utah, where a substantial LDS population exists. Paul briefly touches upon the history of Mormons facing persecution, such as the extermination order issued by Missouri against the religious sect. He inquires about the possibility of a generational persecution complex. Dr. Hanks doesn't attribute it to a fear of persecution, but rather to a sense of familiarity. She notes that Latter-day Saints have demanding responsibilities and suggests that Mormons should openly communicate their values to friends and neighbors to establish mutual understanding of their boundaries and commitments.Paul highlights the unique aspect of the LDS Church, where individuals are actively assigned roles, integrated into small groups, and are actively involved in the community, unlike in most other churches where members need to initiate their participation. He emphasizes the absence of monetary compensation within the LDS Church and how this communal involvement provides a strong support system for every family. Dr. Hanks commends this support system and the sense of safety it fosters, with mentors guiding the youth in their service and teaching roles.The conversation shifts to the historical practice of polygamy within the Mormon community and its association with women's disenfranchisement and objectification during that era. They discuss the belief in eternal marriage, emphasizing that it lasts forever.Dr. Hanks and Paul delve into the declining church activity, which saw families conducting religious services at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. They also discuss the impact of scientific discoveries addressing questions that were traditionally considered mysteries of God in religious contexts. The internet is mentioned as a tool enabling individuals to research the controversial aspects of the Mormon faith's history. Paul queries Dr. Hanks about the possibility of people finding truth and happiness outside of the Mormon culture. She admits to being molded within the LDS faith but believes that truth can be found everywhere. Paul then questions whether Mormons are considered Christians, to which Dr. Hanks recalls being told she wasn't a Christian while attending a private evangelical school as a child. Lastly, Paul inquires about Dr. Hanks' perspective on the salvation of individuals who leave the Mormon faith or have family members who do so. She expresses her belief in the vastness of God's mercy and encourages avoiding placing limits on salvation for those whose experiences are different. ABOUT OUR HOST:ABOUT PAUL CARDALLWebsite - http://www.paulcardall.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/paulcardallFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/PaulCardallMusic/X - https://twitter.com/paulcardallTiktok - https://www.tiktok.com/@pianistpaulcardall LISTEN TO HIS MUSICSpotify - https://shorturl.at/PQUW3Apple Music - https://shorturl.at/jkqsLAmazon - https://shorturl.at/nxGHU
In this incredible final installment of his exploration of the pedagogy of the Hawaiian Islands, Noah Ranz-Lind talks to educators and students at Hanahau‘oli School, a progressive K-6 school in Honolulu. Hanahau‘oli School promises its students an "intimate and nurturing learning community supports connections between home and school and the world, respecting and celebrating the uniqueness of the Hanahau‘oli child while appreciating the interconnectedness that defines our learning ‘ohana. Grounded in tradition yet embracing of innovation, we perpetuate joyous work, committed to being a resource and symbol of learning's potential." And you will hear ample evidence of the joyous work at hand in this episode! Links:Hanahau‘oli School Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Reese Barton, a devoted Christian and former law enforcement professional was born and raised in the vibrant city of Detroit, Michigan. As the youngest of two children, Reese's early years were shaped by the teachings of God, and he accepted Christ as his saviour at the tender age of seven. This spiritual foundation became a constant presence in his life, guiding him through the ups and downs ahead.An avid reader and writer from a young age, Reese's educational journey took him into the realm of criminal justice after high school. He earned his AAS from Schoolcraft College and furthered his academic pursuits with a BS and MSBA from Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan. In June of 2018, he proudly graduated from the prestigious Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, marking a significant milestone in his law enforcement career.With over 26 years of dedicated service, Reese climbed the ranks to retire as a respected police lieutenant on July 1, 2022. Throughout his career, God remained a steadfast companion, but it was in recent years that Reese deepened his understanding of the importance of a daily relationship with Christ. He discovered that building a solid foundation through daily Bible reading and prayer was the key to experiencing God's grace, love, and forgiveness.Reese rekindled his passion for writing post-retirement, embarking on a new chapter in his life. He now channels his creativity into a series of Christian fiction novels, each highlighting different facets of faith. Grounded in the truth that Jesus Christ is Lord, Reese's fictional stories echo the biblical wisdom that those who "wait on the Lord shall renew their strength."Salvation Blue, Reese's debut novel, kicks off this inspiring series, emphasizing that salvation is the foundational step toward a faith-based life. Beyond his literary pursuits, Reese's personal life is equally fulfilling. He met his beloved wife, Crystal, at Dunkin Donuts, and they joyously tied the knot in August 2008. Their home is filled with love, two spoiled German shepherds, and the laughter of their two-year-old grandson, who never fails to bring joy.In their free time, Reese and Crystal indulge in their shared passions, including travelling, exploring northern Michigan wine country, and cheering for Detroit sports teams. An avid sports fan himself, Reese also enjoys playing golf. As he continues to explore the limitless facets of faith through his writing, Reese Barton remains a testament to a life guided by God, family, and the pursuit of purpose. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Duane Sheriff shares that God is love, so God loves everyone the same, and His love is unconditional. We should not judge God's love for us by our feelings or circumstances. We experience God's kind of love if we are born of God and know God. Therefore, you can be a Christian and not love.
This week we look at 2 parts that are connected, the Holy Universal Church and the Communion of Saints. Pastors DA and Josh dig into how we believe the Church the same way we believe in statements about the Trinity. We also look ahead to this weeks sermon topic, The Forgiveness of Sins.
Get ready, my friend, because today we're headed to Atlanta, Georgia where we recorded this episode LIVE at a Fresh Grounded Faith event. Katherine Wolf and Michael O'Brien joined me, and WOW! I was so grateful for their wisdom and perspective as they helped answer a wide range of questions from the audience! Questions about the hardest lesson we've ever had to learn, if we've ever struggled with comparison as a result of our disabilities, and how to deal with teenagers who are struggling with gender dysphoria. Good questions, right? Well, I'm telling you, this is one interesting, multi-textured, inspiring conversation that will leave you encouraged and full of hope. But that's not all! We'll end this podcast with a powerful song from Michael that'll make you want to sing along. So, be sure to listen until the very end! SHOW NOTES: 413Podcast.com/272
When high school officials told Jason Pike he wasn't college material, he decided to try a back door approach to success.Learning disabilities had colored their view of Jason, who decided to enroll in the armed forces. Sent to a brig as a punishment for being a slow learner, Jason refused to break, inching his way from the bottom up to serving 31 years in the armed forces as a combat veteran.Connect with Jason Pike at https://www.jasonpike.org/ You will learn:While some youth are decimated by criticism, others are mobilized by the challenge it presents.Opportunities for different routes to success are key for differently abled students.Successful writers are not necessarily inherently talented, but become adept to receiving feedback and will revise until their work is satisfactory.Lizbeth's links Support the podcast and Lizbeth's writing for $2 or $5 a month on Patreon HEREOR Buy Lizbeth a Coffee Lizbeth's memoir Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters is now a TV movie, #Stolen By Their Father on Lifetime, now streaming on Roku, Vudu, Hulu, and Amazon Prime.Lizbeth's second book, Grounded in Grit: Turn Your Challenges Into Superpowers is available to order wherever books are sold! Interested in seeing if you and Lizbeth would partner well for 1:1 coaching? Sign up for one free session to see. Need a motivational speaker? Sign up HERE to talk with Lizbeth about your needs.
In this episode, Change Coach Chiara McHale shares some of the insights she's had in her romantic relationship, and how the things she's seen have led to a completely different relationship than she had in the past. This is a fascinating conversation about how a relationship can look when one or both people have a The post EP276: Grounded Relationships with Chiara McHale appeared first on Dr. Amy Johnson.