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Joe & Matt from Go Brewing join Brian & Kenzie for a tremendous journey through non-alcoholic beer. Chicago's best morning radio show now has a podcast! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and remember that the conversation always lives on the Q101 Facebook page. The Q101 Morning Crew is live every morning from 6a-10a on Q101. Subscribe to our channel HERE: https://www.youtube.com/@Q101 Like Q101 on Facebook HERE: https://www.facebook.com/q101chicago Follow Q101 on Twitter HERE: https://twitter.com/Q101Chicago Follow Q101 on Instagram HERE: https://www.instagram.com/q101chicago/?hl=en Follow Q101 on TikTok HERE: https://www.tiktok.com/@q101chicago?lang=en You can support Go Brewing HERE: https://gobrewing.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Director, writer (Desperation Road, Continue) and mamma bear, Nadine Crocker, joins us to discuss: Joys of having an alter egoSurviving suicide at the age of 23"Beast mode" vs "survival mode" Inner child workBenefits of having a therapist and a life coachFirst steps towards healingMovie release of "Desperation Road" Oct 6th, 2023Desperation Road movie trailer: https://shorturl.at/fgqEZSponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coaching: If you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let's get to tomorrow, together. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline988Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/
As a proud Girl Dad on National Daughters Day I thought it was fitting to replay this episode of Dad Space, when I was interviewed by Dave Campbell! During the interview, I discuss: The Joys of Being a Dad My Strong Relationship With My Daughter Advice for First Time Dads Being a Single Dad How Our Children All “Pop” at Different Times How to Involve Our Kids Into Our Activities The Strength in Community Lessons I Learned From My Dad What I LOVE About Podcasting Dave and I appreciate you tuning in! I hope this interview gave you a moment of reflection as well, thinking about your Dad, or if you're a parent, reflecting on your time with your kids and being grateful for those special moments! BG.BG. Mike Check out Dad Space: https://dadspace.ca/ Connect with Mike: Linktree Produced by Social Chameleon Interview Recorded via Riverside.fm Mike'D Up! Merch © 2023 Mike'D Up! with Mike DiCioccio | For permission to use this content in any way, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
After completing the first solo episode on Inner Child work I realized that a follow up was necessary. It really is a two part process, the second of which becomes a beautiful, life-long practice that produces a wonderful friendship. The lasting benefits of Inner Child work comes from developing a relationship with and maintaining connection with our inner child. The beauty is that through this connection, which we create by frequently checking in with & listening to our inner child, we stop neglecting our own needs, cries for help & acknowledgment to begin hearing our fears and resistance based on past hurts. We also get to make time to have more fun & experiences of joy that bring our Inner Child to light.On this Identify & Heal solo episode I offer my take on how you can begin to develop a relationship with your inner child by creating practices of asking them questions & listening to their responses. Then deciding to take their feelings and responses into consideration whenever we make choices or major decisions in our lives to ensure that we're moving forward from a place of self love & honor rather than impulse and neglect for our true feelings.Join the Women Waken Community on Instagram Here: https://tinyurl.com/522duz2c Feel free to reach out to me to see how we can work together and send your questions, feedback, and requests for future solo episodes here: Whitney Walker, LMFTLicense # 107082www.WomenWaken.comhttps://www.psychologytoday.com/profi...Whitney@WomenWaken.comIG: @WomenwakenYoutube: @womenwaken
Today on the podcast, Merideth shares a central thing she's been learning on her journey back to joy for music. Plus, she has some exciting personal news and a sneak peek inside a big project coming soon. Pre-Order “The Artist's Joy” Subscribe to the email list Join the book launch team Buy Merideth a coffee Email the show: email@example.com
In this episode, author, travel writer and wellbeing coach Sinéad Kennedy joins Róisín Ingle to discuss her new book Life is a Cycle. It's an honest and lighthearted memoir, detailing Kennedy's commitment to living a life filled with excitement and adventure. From finding her tribe with her local cycling group, to solo holidays in exotic locations, Kennedy reveals the joys of carving her own path, bucking expectations of her gender and taking responsibility for her own happiness. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
There is no age limit to when a person can learn a new skill. It's never too late, and you're never too old. Trying something new, like painting or learning a new musical instrument, can expand your social circle and possibly unearth a talent you never knew you had. It can also build new neural pathways and hopefully spark curiosity and joy. MPR News guest host Chris Farrell and his guests explore the benefits of trying new things in the second half of life. Guests: Kate Schaefers is the director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Minnesota. She also serves on the AARP executive council in Minnesota. Schaefers holds a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Iowa State University. Andrea Leap is a voice instructor at MacPhail Center for Music and teaches in MacPhail Music for Life department, a music education and creative arts program for people ages 55 and older. Leap recently co-led the first musical theater camp for older adults offered on Madeleine Island through MacPhail. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of St. Thomas. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation.
Walking instead of driving to work, school or the store is good for the environment and our physical and mental health. But being a pedestrian isn't easy in California's car-centric culture. Our infrastructure is built with cars in mind, and that means that walkers and wheelchair-users can confront serious safety risks in a state where an average of three pedestrians are killed every day. This hour on Forum, we'll look at how the state is addressing pedestrian safety issues and we'll hear from you: What do you notice when you don't use a car? Guests: Ethan Elkind, director of the climate program at the Center for Law, Energy and the Environment, UC Berkeley School of Law; host of the podcast "Climate Break" Tim Weisberg, deputy director, marketing and public affairs, California Office of Traffic Safety
Guest: Ganiyat Adeduntan, Colgate University Head CoachColgate University head coach Ganiyat Adeduntan shares insights on her defend, rebound, and champion plays philosophy and the joys in the journey.In her second season Ganiyat Adeduntan orchestrated one of the greatest single-season improvements in program history. Colgate increased its win total by 10 games in 2022-23, finishing 16-14 overall and 10-8 in Patriot League play to secure the No. 4 seed in the Patriot League tournament.One of the greatest factors contributing to last season's success was Adeduntan's defense, which ranked ninth nationally in three-point field goal percentage defense (25.6) and 12th in scoring defense (54.6) – good enough to lead the Patriot League in both categories. Colgate finished over .500 against Patriot League opponents for the third time since 2000.Breakdown1:00 - Colgate Women's Basketball5:00 - Relationship with Players8:30 - Practice Plan10:00 - Player Development Philosophy20:00 - Building Offense and Defense24:00 - Identity26:46 - 27:48 - Hoopalytics Ad 328:00 - Absolutes31:00 - Defensive Rebounding33:00 - Box Out35:00 - Crash Effort37:30 - Advantage Disadvantages40:00 - Scout Specific43:00 - Hiring Good People46:00 - Extra Challenge48:00 - Process of Reaching OutGaniyat Adeduntan's Bio:Bio: https://colgateathletics.com/staff-directory/ganiyat-adeduntan/621Twitter: https://twitter.com/NurseGMOBasketball ImmersionWebsite: http://basketballimmersion.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersionFacebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersionImmersion Videos:Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com
Dr. Lynda sits down with Claudia Ruane from an amazing company, Do Nation, that is turning the loss and sacrifice model of “living sustainably” on its head and making it possible for people to change habits and feel expansive, important, and energized. Do Nation is connecting businesses and all of us as individuals—each in our own way—to small acts that can really move the needle in mitigating climate change and putting a spring back in our steps. PODCAST TIMESTAMPS 00:00 Intro & Welcome 05:02 Joys of Sustainability 07:21 Stubborn Optimism 10:20 Founder's Story 14:19 Do Nation for Individuals 21:12 Break 23:38 Quick Tips 27:22 Action is the Antidote to Anxiety 33:33 Do Nation for Businesses 43:22 What Do You Wish People Knew? 45:57 Closing
Loretta Chase is a doyenne of Regency romance with nearly 30 books in her back list. And she still winning awards. Ten Things I Hate About The Duke, won an AWA cherished award, one of the old Rita's now called a Vivian for the best long form historical fiction. And it's just the icing on the cake for a writer who's already enjoyed a fantastic career. Hi, I'm your host, Jenny Wheeler, and in Binge Reading today, Loretta talks honestly about getting over writer's block when you've already published 28 books and why she loves writing about impossible men, like the Dis Graceful Dukes in her latest series. That's strictly in fiction, not in real life. No, no, no. Pure Hearts Giveaway Our Giveaway this week is The Magic of Pure Hearts Giveaway. Not just romance, but a delightful full range choice, from adventure with a touch of fantasy as well. For a limited time only Sadie's Vow #1 in the Home At Last series is my contribution to this freebie list. Sadie chases from New York to San Francisco after her wayward sister becomes infatuated by a mob boss and is blind to the dangers she is letting herself in for. DOWNLOAD FREE ROMANCE BOOKS https://books.bookfunnel.com/themagicofpurehearts2/ekkk84hvxg And remember if you enjoyed the show, leave us a review so others will find us too. Word of mouth is still the best form of recommendation and you want your friends to know about a show that will recommend great books for them. don't you? Sure you do. Links to items mentioned in this episode The classic romance Loretta read early in her career Kathleen Woodiwiss: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/88445.Kathleen_E_Woodiwiss Edith Layton: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/74459.Edith_Layton Mary Jo Putney: https://maryjoputney.com/ Jo Beverley: https://www.jobev.com/ Who Loretta's Reading Right Now: Carl Hiaasen: https://carlhiaasen.com/ Tim Dorsey: https://www.timdorsey.com/ Terry Pratchett:https://www.terrypratchettbooks.com/ Kristan Higgins: https://www.kristanhiggins.com/ Kristan Higgins on The Joys of Binge Reading: https://thejoysofbingereading.com/kristan-higgins-queen-of-love-and-laughs/ Two Nerdy History Girls (Blog and Podcast): https://lorettachase.com/blog/2022/1/10/the-two-nerdy-history-girls-return-engagement Susan Holloway Scott: https://susanhollowayscott.com/ Caroline Linden Books and Rom Cons (Conferences) https://www.carolinelinden.com/index.html https://www.carolinelinden.com/aboutcaroline.html Harry Whittaker: https://www.harrywhittaker.co.uk/ Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt: https://www.panmacmillan.com/authors/lucinda-riley/atlas-the-story-of-pa-salt/9781529043525 Where to find Loretta Chase online Website: https://lorettachase.com/ Blog: https://lorettachase.com/blog Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorLorettaChase/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorettachaseauthor/ Introducing Loretta Chase - Regency queen But now here's Loretta. Hello there, Loretta, and welcome to the show. It's great to have you with us. Loretta Chase - doyenne of Regency romance Loretta Chase: Jenny, I am so honored to be here. Jenny Wheeler: You're one of the doyennes of romance writing. You've written 28 historical romances starting back in the 1990s, and you've won numerous awards. The most recent one, Ten Things I Hate About the Duke, just won an RWA award for the best long historical. That's a great track record you can be proud of. Loretta Chase: I really am. I'm very proud of that book. I was so happy when it won the award. I felt as though those two books, the first two in the Duke series, were strong work. So it was great to have that recognition. Jenny Wheeler: And just as a little aside, they're calling it by a different name. They're calling it a Vivian, aren't they? But is that the same as the old Rita? Loretta Chase: Yes, it is the same. They've changed the award itself.
In this episode:Catherine Pakaluk joins the podcast to discuss her forthcoming book, Hannah's Children, about women having large families amongst a culture of childlessnessthe limits of economic and family policy in reversing the falling birthrates, and what really drives our demographic declineMarlo and Catherine talk about the various joys and challenges that come with motherhood, both of one child and of many childrenTexts Mentioned:Hannah's Children: The Stories of Women Quietly Defying the Birth Dearth by Catherine PakalukThe Birth Dearth by Ben Wattenberg“Jordan Peterson Interviews Presidential Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy”Coming Apart by Charles MurrayGet Married by Brad WilcoxThe Two Parent Privilege by Melissa KearneyBecome a part of ISI:Become a MemberSupport ISIUpcoming ISI Events
The Nissan Hardbody is back! Nissan's Hiren Patel returns to the show to talk about how much of the concept truck made it to production. Ford unveils the '24 Ford F-150 and we walkthrough it, and Holman discusses the joys of air travel. The Truck Show Podcast is proudly presented by Nissan, in association with Banks Power.
Henry is joined by television presenter and Melbourne news anchor Peter Hitchener OAM. This conversation was originally broadcast on 97.7FM Casey Radio in September 2023. Produced by Rob Kelly
This week on the podcast, a new bonus episode series: Mini-Joys. Got 10 minutes? Listen for three questions to ask yourself if you're struggling with time management. What is possible? What is the percentage I need? Where is the “ma”? Subscribe to the email list Join the book launch team Register for the next Artist's Way Creative Cluster Buy Merideth a coffee Email the show: firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Wiggs has written more than 50 books and sold more than 25 million copies in more than 20 languages.Her new one is 'Welcome to Beach Town'. It's a warm, summer read, about the idyllic beach town of Alara Cove. On graduation day, class valedictorian Nikki Graziola veers off script to reveal secrets that will break down the whole community, and have repercussions which never leave Nikki's life.We talk about the sweet spot of classics, how they blend literary language and an unputdownable plot. Also, how to find your voice and how to know where your work sits on shelves. You can hear why she gave a school student the most boring time of their life, and how it feels being in the early days of a new project.You can support the show at email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Yo! Welcome to the That's Ball Folks! Podcast - I am incredibly hyped to have you here. This week we cover the US Open, the FIBA World Cup & how the rest of the world has conquered their fear of USA basketball, college football week 2, the PAC12 dominating their last ever season as a real conference, NFL week 1 & a truly unfortunate update on my fantasy football team, the awful Kevin Porter Jr. situation & why Adam Silver needs to drop the hammer (goes without saying), Sixers camp, why the Phillies can't win a game after they make a dramatic comeback, Brotherly Love (& Hate) & more! - New Episodes drop each week - Follow me on Twitter & Instagram @JoshReynolds24 - Daily content & weekly giveaways - LFG ***SPONSORS*** - Underdog Fantasy: Code "TBF24" for a 100% deposit match up to $100 - Saint Paul Brand Clothing: Code "Thats-Ball-Folks10" for 10% off any order - PHI Apparel Company: Code "TBF10" for 10% off your order - Die Hard Addicts: Code "Josh24" for 10% off your order - Grifols Plasma: Tell them Josh sent you for a donation bonus - Beehive Turf: Tell them That's Ball Folks! sent you for a discount
Yo! Welcome to the That's Ball Folks! Podcast - I am incredibly hyped to have you here. This week we cover the US Open, the FIBA World Cup & how the rest of the world has conquered their fear of USA basketball, college football week 2, the PAC12 dominating their last ever season as a real conference, NFL week 1 & a truly unfortunate update on my fantasy football team, the awful Kevin Porter Jr. situation & why Adam Silver needs to drop the hammer (goes without saying), Sixers camp, why the Phillies can't win a game after they make a dramatic comeback, Brotherly Love (& Hate) & more! - New Episodes drop each week - Follow me on Twitter & Instagram @JoshReynolds24 - Daily content & weekly giveaways - LFG ***SPONSORS*** - Underdog Fantasy: Code "TBF24" for a 100% deposit match up to $100 - Saint Paul Brand Clothing: Code "Thats-Ball-Folks10" for 10% off any order - PHI Apparel Company: Code "TBF10" for 10% off your order - Die Hard Addicts: Code "Josh24" for 10% off your order - Grifols Plasma: Tell them Josh sent you for a donation bonus - Beehive Turf: Tell them That's Ball Folks! sent you for a discount Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Now wait a minute. We've got a real "hot Krispy Kremes at the nuthouse" kind of episode this week. Ronna's on the floor with her feet in the air (for her back, excuse me), and (Bryan)'s been sneezing all day. But luckily we have a guest who delights us to no end. We're so happy to welcome to The Carriage House actor, comedian, and writer Jo Firestone! Her novel MURDER ON SEX ISLAND is being released on October 17th (allegedly), and you can hear excerpts of it wherever you get your podcasts. You can ALSO hear excerpts of her book TONIGHT, September 12, at the Bell House in Brooklyn. If you're in New York, go check it out! Jo helps us give advice on unrequited love and give some top tier tips for traveling around New York. The time has come! The London Podcast Festival, at which we're appearing, pardon me, is THIS FRIDAY! Come see us on Friday at King's Place at 21:30. We'll be sure to make it a September to remember. Can't make it in person? Stream it from home! askronnalive.com August's cocktail was an instant classic. This month's cocktail will be one for the books. Next month's? Off the charts good. Join AR Social Club for a Halloween treat like none other. Also, as an added bonus, if you join the club (or buy a one off box) by September 14th, you'll get a streaming ticket for our London show for FREE! arsocialclub.com Sponsors: Want exceptionally high quality essentials at an affordable price? Quince is at your service! They know everyone deserves to fill their life with the finer things. Go to quince.com/ronna for FREE shipping and a 365 day return window. Zocdoc gives you access to high quality doctors who take your insurance...all in one convenient directory! Go to zocdoc.com/askronna to download the app today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From entrepreneurship to self-care, Virginia Frischkorn shares with us insights, tips, and personal stories that aided in her success as Founder & CEO of Partytrick. Find out key tips to help you support yourself as you grow as an entrepreneur or how to spark joy in the eyes of your attendees at your events. This episode has a little bit of everything for you, and I'm sure you'll enjoy it. Episode HighlightsFind out why it's important to have a personal network supporting you. Whether it be your team at work, or your team at home, having support is important. How entrepreneurs should be curious, always push, be engaged, and be intentional about making their businesses better.Learn Virginia's routine for keeping her network authentic, strong, and engaging.Uncover tips on how to conquer self-promotion and find untapped areas of networking, like LinkedIn.Virginia shared how to embrace transitions and lean into the uncomfortable.Learn three things you can ask yourself if you are getting overwhelmed. They worked for Virginia! Discover how important breathing deeply really is, and learn tips on how to incorporate it into your day. Find out what really made Virginia pivot and change in her career and why she moved forward. Perfectionism is a struggle, and progress is a much better goal. Learn how communication can set the bar so that you can hold others to the same standard. Virginia shares about her company, Partytrick, and how it enables everyone to design, plan, and host their personal or private events by simply making a quick selection online. How diversifying your assets as much as possible is valuable for event professionals to grow passive revenue streams.Virginia discusses her most memorable event and what made it so special to her. How having intention and humor when planning events can spark joy and make events so special.Also, learn about Virginia's favorite travel destination, which celebs she keeps tabs on, and her favorite books. Links and ResourcesPartytrick Website Get two months free of Partytrick using code POP23Support the show
Starting a business takes perseverance. Turhan from Turbo Fit is here to tell us about his experience launching the Turbo Fit app. Visit Carawayhome.com/TLC to take advantage of this limited-time offer for 10% off your next purchase. This episode is sponsored by Better Help. Visit BetterHelp.com/THINKLOUD today to get 10% off your first month. Follow us: Think Loud Crew IG: @thinkloudcrew Cheyenne's IG: @cheynotshy Shanan's IG: @hairbyshananc R's IG: @rkylelynn More about the show: Check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEWHZqlWjGI1ZD9TwHBT8jg. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/ThinkLoudCrewPodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we are talking the JOYS of Motherhood, and why it's so darn hard to express it! Then we are crawling down that deep dark TIK TOK K-hole. What are we into and what can we not look away from? As always have your #TITSANDSHITS your #SWAGBAG so stay tuned! Don't forget to LEAVE US A REVIEW! For more info: What are school's like these days? Easing back to school More ease This week's #SwagBag picks: Ashley: Rare Beauty Pink Setting Powder Keri: Eco- Zone magic eraser Send us your child or partners YELP REVIEW at: firstname.lastname@example.org ASK US ANYTHING! HAPPY TO GIVE ADVICE. Email us at email@example.com For more Momtourage: iTunes: https://tinyurl.com/y6xrpx8e Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/y5f6ahn4 Instagram: www.instagram.com/momtouragepodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/MomtouragePodcast YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/y4re9sca Website: www.MomtouragePodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#OzWatch: T20 Cricket and the joys of the Spring; also still trash-talking Englah for the episodes at Ashes. Jeremy Zakis, New South Wales. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-09-02/australia-beats-south-africa-second-t20-mitch-marsh-half-century/102795172 Photo: 1928 No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow
Episode SummarySince 1999, more than one million people have died from a drug overdose in the United States. On International Overdose Awareness Day, we reflect on these senseless preventable deaths. Today, we hear from previous Wisdom Shared guest Anne Pratt on the loss of her brother Daniel from an accidental overdose. May this powerful personal story help spread awareness and compassion for all those affected by the devastating impact of today's out of control epidemic.ResourcesHow to use Narcan training video: https://www.anonymoussister.com/resourcesFind Naloxone near youFentanyl Test StripsIf you or someone you know is struggling with substance use disorder, SAMHSA's (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), (also known as the Treatment Referral Routing Service) or TTY: 1-800-487-4889 is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Callers can also order free publications and other information. You can also visit https://www.samhsa.gov. Related EpisodesAddiction to Sobriety: A Mother's JourneyAnonymous SisterRetired FBI Agent Reflects On Opioid CrisisAnne's previous episode: A Mother Shares Her Journey of the Joys and Challenges of Raising a Child with Cerebral PalsyThe Wisdom Shared TeamAudio Engineering by Steve Heatherington of Good Podcasting WorksSocial Media and Marketing Coordinator: Kayla NelsonProduction Intern: Cassidy RozencwaigFind and Follow Carole and Wisdom Shared:https://www.caroleblueweiss.com/Subscribe to my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@WisdomSharedCaroleBlueweissFollow me and send me a message on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caroleblueweissFollow me and send me a message on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caroleblueweiss/Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carole_blueweiss/Follow me on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@wisdom_shared
This week we share our joys for the year in books, movies, apps, games, and more. Things that bring us joy this week: Podcast The Retrievals (https://www.nytimes.com/2023/06/22/podcasts/serial-the-retrievals-yale-fertility-clinic.html) from Serial Productions Blank Check with Griffin and David (https://www.blankcheckpod.com/podcast) Books The Mountain in the Sea (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/59808603-the-mountain-in-the-sea?ac=1&from_search=true&qid=S3tYA8F2Su&rank=1) by Ray Naylar Scythe (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28954189-scythe?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=IJFCG3rq3u&rank=1) Album / Recording Artist The Record by boygenius (https://www.xboygeniusx.com) John Craigie (https://johncraigiemusic.com/shows) Game Elevate (https://elevateapp.com) Connections (Connections) Application Obsidian (https://obsidian.md) Goodreads (https://www.goodreads.com) Movie Oppenheimer (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt15398776/) Barbie (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1517268/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1) Television Show Ugliest House in America (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt16738756/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1) on HGTV and Max The Bear (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14452776/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1) on Hulu Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)
On this episode of F*ck Wellness, Lara, Mal, & Ken chat with Carly (she/they), a sex toy expert, blogger, and pleasure educator. The group discusses age-appropriate sex education, moving away from goal-oriented sex, how to choose the perfect sex toy for YOU, and why teledildonics is the newest sex tech we should all know about. Go buy a sex toy at Spectrum Boutique because pleasure is important (and we love supporting Carly!).Notes:Carly's Instagram and links to all the thingsSpectrum BoutiqueJoan PriceThe Daily Episode: "The Joys (and Challenges) of Sex After 70"Intamo LubeMagic WandOWL: Our Whole LivesNew to F*ck Wellness? Click here for our blog post on the best episodes to start with!Follow us on Instagram at @fckwellness or visit our website: generationthreegirls.com for more information on upcoming offerings and blog posts.Personal instas:Mallory: @mallorycmwLara: @laravanderb22Makena: @makenasherwood
No doubt plant medicine is currently undergoing a massive revival, and for good reason! Modern society, medicine and even science are just now realizing the legitimate, profound and life-changing effects of these magic elixirs provided to us by Mother Nature. Yet something that provides such potentially powerful psychoneurological effects doesn't come without concomitant risks. Most likely you've heard of a story or two of someone who has experienced unwanted effects while engaging in their use. In today's show, we cut to the chase and address what the the average person needs to know about plant medicine and we ask the question if plant medicines can help improve the quality of life for either us or perhaps someone we know so we can make an informed decision. So whether you have experience with their use or if you're simply psychadelic-curious, this conversation is for you! My guest today is Daniel Hannah who is an expert on facilitating medicine journeys for people. He gives it to us straight up and shares his understanding of plant medicine as a way for us to heal from the inside out. Some of the key things discussed include what to look for in a plant medicine experience, how to cope with bad trips and why they happen, what it's like to engage with spiritual entities and navigate the energy plane, the contagiousness of energy and how to integrate plant medicine lessons into your everyday life. Daniel Hannah is a life coach from Australia who shares that he was very depressed and on the brink of suicide before experimenting with plant medicines. Upon gaining new access to his subconscious and the spiritual plane beyond with the aid of these powerful medicines, Daniel found his way back to mental and spiritual wellness. He has embraced the nomadic lifestyle and spent the past 5 years living in Vietnam, Mexico, Guatemala, the US, Brazil and Ecuador. He is currently residing and working at a shamanic healing center in the Andes where he supports others on their healing journeys with Ayahuasca and San Pedro. To learn more about Daniel Hannah, visit Symbosity.com, @daniel.e.hannah on Instagram or tune into his podcast, A Wise Man Once Said If you're interested in exploring the universe with psychotropic tools, you'll absolutely love the following Awakening Aphrodite conversations: 94. Using Cannabis and Plant Medicine for Increased Consciousness, Connection and Lifestyle Balance with Ryan Sprague 97. The Joys of Self-Expression, Inner Child Healing and Living Your Truth with Allison Pelot, Author of "Finally Thriving: Your Guide to Empowered Wellness" 120. Accessing The Unconscious Through Breath Work: Magnetizing, Healing and Letting Go with Sarah Charmoli, Co-Owner of Effiji Breath TIME STAMPS 00:09:02 Daniel's Healing Journey 00:17:24 What Is Plant Medicine? 00:18:52 Amy's Spiritual Experience 00:21:54 An Intense Journey 00:23:37 Choosing Your Shaman 00:27:13 Examples of Transformation 00:32:15 Take-Home Lessons 00:38:30 Extradimensional Entities 00:41:25 Coming Back From a Bad Trip 00:49:01 Maintaining Your Center 00:54:02 Need-To-Knows 01:04:15 Connecting With Your Spiritual Body 01:09:30 How to Find Daniel Subscribing and sharing your kind thoughts & feedback in a review on iTunes is the ultimate way to support Amy and help Awakening Aphrodite in everyone...so thank you in advance!:) You can find all things Amy at: amyfournier.com Jump on Amy's email list where she shares her personal stuff and her newest health and wellness tips and favorite products, classes, course and events updates. For special discounts on Amy's favorite products, visit her estore. We appreciate and encourage you to reach out and interact with us by leaving a comment, following and sharing the episodes at @FitAmyTV on IG and Amy Fournier on FB and remember, you can also watch the episodes on YouTube at Awakening Aphrodite Podcast/FitAmyTV!
Sorrows have a way of finding us, no matter how hard we try to avoid them. Joys, on the other hand, are often hard to notice and appreciate. This week, we continue our conversation with psychologist Fred Bryant about the science of savoring, and how to make the most of the good things in our lives.Do you know someone who would enjoy our You 2.0 series? Please tell them about this episode and last week's show about how to turn even the smallest moments into opportunities for pleasure. And thanks for listening!
Hey Hot Messes! All aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express with your fave conductor, Jess Smith! Back in the classroom or prepping to leap in? Whether you're a seasoned educator, a fresh face, or somewhere thinking, "What's a classroom?" – you're in the right spot! Dive into the rollercoaster we all ride and embrace that hot mess life. But first, housekeeping! Want a wardrobe makeover without the laundry? Teacher Style Box is giving away 6 MONTHS of FREE fashionable clothes to 10 lucky teachers. Enter promo code Jess30 to snag a free month! Let's rekindle that flame of JOY and LOVE for teaching. Not in a "toxic positivity" kinda way, but genuine, heartwarming ways. We've got tricks up our sleeves to sprinkle a dash of joy in your classroom. While the world might make teaching seem like signing a deal with a crafty sea witch, remember: it's okay to cherish those moments of triumph, no matter how small. Spoiler Alert: My hubby's comeback story might tug at your heartstrings. And a nugget of wisdom to part with: "You're allowed to be a work in progress and a masterpiece at the same damn time." Jump in, and let's make this a journey to remember! Choo! Choo! -- Watch the full episodes on YouTube! Follow us on Instagram & Facebook! Support the show and get some MERCH!Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/hotmessteacherexpressSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
S4-E32, Ever found yourself pondering about the perfect craft beer to cozy up with by a campfire? Well, we've got you covered. Sit back, sip in and join us as we dive into a flavorsome ride, exploring two unique beers - a Sierra Nevada October Fest from North Carolina and a Wally Post-Red from Mariette, Ohio. Imagine the multi-bodied notes of raisin, plum, and dark caramel swirling around your taste buds. That's Wally Post-Red for you! Oh, and we haven't forgotten about that pesky microphone feedback; rest assured, we're on it.Who doesn't love a good homemade delicacy to pair with that beer? Picture crafting a scrumptious dill pickle potato salad from scratch and the joy of smoking farm-fresh eggs. And if you thought that was all, hold onto your hats because we're taking it a notch higher with a lively quiz about famous people, places, and things. From rib-tickling stories to fascinating observations about the world around us, this episode has got it all.Now, imagine wrapping up your day with a good laugh, appreciating the simple pleasure of cherishing our families, and of course, a delightful beer. We hope our candid conversation brings a smile to your face, just as your support brings joy to our hearts. So, as we wind down, remember to savor life's simple pleasures and always drink responsibly. Cheers to a pleasant evening and until next time, keep those glasses frothy!Support the showwww.anotherreasontodrink.com
We enter a world where romantic love takes a backseat, and the vibrant hues of independence and self-discovery shine through. Using Joni Mitchell's iconic album, "Blue," as her guide, author Amy Key takes us on a poetic journey through the uncharted territories of a life lived on one's own terms in her memoir "Arrangements in Blue." Growing up, the acclaimed poet dreamed of a life intertwined with romance, but fate had other plans. Now, in her forties, she has fearlessly embraced the absence of romantic love and embarked on a quest to uncover the hidden joys of solitude. She talks with Dr. Alan Campbell about the beauty of independence, the power of self-connection, and the boundless potential of self-friendship. https://amyvkey.com
Episode Description In this episode Shawn and Joe discuss some of the latest news in the space including a hidden city ticketing lawsuit from AA and whether the practice should be allowed or not. They also discuss the negative changes coming to Amex Plat, Hilton's new fall promo, using gift cards to buy gift cards and why Frontier is being sued over their all you can fly pass. Episode Notes 9:46 - Hilton bonus points 14:39 - Frontier gets sued 19:18 - Gift cards to buy gift cards 22:00 - AMEX Platinum devaluation 33:40 - Should you revisit destinations? Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Sticher, Spotify, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, or via RSS. Don't see your favorite podcast platform? Please let us know! Music: Rewind by Jay Someday | https://soundcloud.com/jaysomeday Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
When I first started this podcast, I had Derek Sivers in mind as the archetypal curious human — and to this day, I think of him as one of the most interesting and provocative philosophers of life. His career path involved joining the circus as a ringleader, then becoming a professional musician and touring, building a company and selling it for $22 million dollars, then giving most of the money away to charity, then becoming a TED speaker and author... to now where he's a minimalist living in New Zealand as a full-time dad.In this conversation, you can expect to learn the following:
Emily certainly didn't see herself coming back to her family potato and barley farm in the San Luis Valley of Colorado, but a husband, child, and global pandemic later, she finds herself learning how to farm from her parents, participating in succession conversations, and becoming an advocate within the ag community. In this episode of Regeneration Rising, host Taylor Muglia talks with Emily Brown about her fascinating story. Find out more about Emily's work with Rocky Mountain Farmers Union and Annie's Project. We're Hiring a Communications & Podcast Intern! Find out more here.
While our gaze often falls to flower beds for our appreciation of nature, when we set our sights to the skies, there's wonderful garden & woodland birds all around us.Having shared the lives and loves of sea birds in his award-winning book, Adam Nicolson's next literary adventure shares the avian wonders that you'll find closer to home.Join Sarah & Adam in this week's ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange' for a delightful foray into the species behind the songs that fill every joyful woodland walk.In this episode, discover:A charming app to enlighten your walks with bird information on-the-goThe sophistication of birds' alarm calls for dangers like foxes, crows and snakesWhat we stand to learn from birds about nurturing the natural world around usOur favourite species of bird to look out for in your own gardens and green spacesGet in touch: email@example.comShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeuFollow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBp
It's one of the most common objectives I hear to planning your food in advance: planning feels restrictive. So in this episode, we'll address why planning feels restrictive and then we'll cover the top 3 ways the opposite could be true. I'll share with you my thoughts that make planning my food ahead of time feel light, free, and abundant. I'll also give you tips and examples that make planning your food in advance feel spontaneous and doable when you're out with friends, family, or on a fun trip. If you loved this episode, give it 5 stars and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform so others can find this podcast. And share this episode with your fellow Life Coach who is working on getting to their weight loss goal and would find this podcast helpful! For more on simple weight loss for Life Coaches, go to paigebowman.com or find me on Instagram @lifecoachpaigeb. Featured in this episode: Book your consult call The 3 Super Simple Steps to Weight Loss (episode 5) Success Beyond the Scale (episode 11) The Joys of Losing Weight Beyond the Scale (episode 78) © 2021 - 2023 Paige Bowman Coaching
You're probably familiar with the panicked rush that comes when you're running around your house, looking for keys or a wallet you've misplaced. It's an awful feeling. But maybe there's some value in the process of searching for lost things — beyond the prize you may (or may not) find at the end. This hour, we're talking to some professional “lookers” to find out: Is there joy, or hidden value, to be found in the search process? Can we learn to be better lookers? GUESTS: Chris Turner: CEO of Ring Finders, a global directory of metal detecting specialists James Renner: Journalist and author Walter Wick: Photo-illustrator and picture puzzle designer known for the “I Spy” and “Can You See What I See?” series Join the conversation onFacebook and Twitter. The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, TuneIn, Listen Notes, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode. Subscribe to The Noseletter, an email compendium of merriment, secrets, and ancient wisdom brought to you by The Colin McEnroe Show. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
School's out, and so is the rule book! This summer we're bringing you a special mini-series which takes you on a trip through the archive, showcasing the best snippets from our vast and varied line up of guests. Each week we'll be focusing on a topic that's particularly pertinent to those of us at the midpoint, and this week we're celebrating the joys of getting older. There's still a pervading sense of pessimism when it comes to the mainstream narrative on ageing, but the chats on this podcast over the last three years have proved that most midlifers are anything but! Celebrities and experts all agree that there are so many good things that come with midlife. In this episode, you'll hear the likes of Sharleen Spiteri, Colin Murray, Edith Bowman, Trevor Nelson, Zoe Lyons, Nihal Arthanayake, Phil Neville, Olivia Williams, and fitness expert, James Smith, being positively old! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Australian author Kerry McGinnis makes the Australian landscape come alive in suspenseful, best selling rural mysteries that capture the soul and spirit of the Outback. Hi I'm your host Jenny Wheeler and today on The Joys of Binge Reading Kerry McGinnis talks about her childhood in the bush with her father and four siblings – years that helped form her deep understanding of nature, and how she got established as a best selling author while working an outback cattle station with her siblings. This Week's Giveaway Our Giveaway this week is historic fiction freebies for August including Sadie's Vow Book #1 in my Home At Last Series. HISTORICAL FICTION FREEBIES Sadie's Vow, Book #1 in Home At Last INCLUDED A bunch of top authors have got together and offered a great range of historic fiction - Take your pick. https://books.bookfunnel.com/historicalfictionfreebiesaugust2023/dm9y0sujx9 download free historic fiction Audio Book Sale Offer AUDIO BOOK SALE Offers are Audio books Galore sale ENJOY BOOKS EVERYWHERE PROMO Poisoned Legacy, Book #1 in Of Gold & Blood INCLUDED https://books.bookfunnel.com/audioeverywhereaug2023/kgr0xzcoio ENJOY BOOKS EVERYWHERE AUDIO SALE And we also have an Audio Book Sale – Enjoy Books Everywhere – with a range of entertaining fiction – including Poisoned Legacy – Book #1 in Of Gold & Blood series – available at special sale prices for a limited time. Links to follow up on these offers in the show notes for this episode on the website at The Joys of Binge Reading .com. A mention too, that my latest mystery romance Rosie's Rebellion - #3 in the Home At Last series – is on preorder at a special launch price of .99 cents for two weeks. Order online at your favorite E book store.. And remember – if you enjoy the show. Leave us a review so others will find us too. Word of mouth is the best way for others to discover the show and great books they will love to read. Links to things in this episode The Bombing of Darwin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombing_of_Darwin Katherine: https://northernterritory.com/katherine-and-surrounds Adelaide River: https://northernterritory.com/darwin-and-surrounds/destinations/adelaide-river-town The Waddi Tree, Kerry McGiness: https://www.penguin.co.nz/books/the-waddi-tree-9781742280141 Kerry's Two Memoir books: Pieces of Blue: https://www.amazon.com/Pieces-Blue-Kerry-McGinnis/dp/0655632727 and Heart Country: https://www.amazon.com.au/Heart-Country-Kerry-McGinnis/dp/0670899216 Siege of Tobruk: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Tobruk The Renmark Flood: https://monumentaustralia.org.au/themes/disaster/flood/display/51616-the-1956-flood#: Meanjin Quarterly: https://meanjin.com.au/ Charters Towers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charters_Towers Kerry's Fantasies: Far Seeker: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=far+seeker&i=stripbooks-intl-ship&crid=3EFWXC6Q2YS1V The Burning Mountain; https://www.amazon.com/Burning-Mountain-Far-Seeker-Trilogy/dp/064680667X The Crow Road: https://www.amazon.com/Crow-Road-Kerry-McGinnis/dp/0646833707/ Kerry's Favourite Authors Kate Morton: https://www.katemorton.com/ Robert Galbraith: https://robert-galbraith.com/ Jodie Picoult: https://www.jodipicoult.com/ Reginald Hill: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reginald_Hill Robin Hobb: http://www.robinhobb.com/ Linwood Barclay: Lindwoodbarclay.com Rebecca Yarros: https://www.rebeccayarros.com/ Mary Stewart: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Stewart_(novelist) Where to find Kerry McGiness https://www.penguin.com.au/authors/kerry-mcginnis Introducing author Kerry McGiness Australian mystery author Kerry McGiness and Outback stories Jenny Wheeler: But now here's Kerry. Hello there, Kerry, and welcome to the show. It's great to have you with us. Kerry McGinnis: Thank you, Jenny. Thank you for asking me. It's great to be here.
Get ready to unearth the profound joys and challenges of the dog rescue journey with our special guests, Andrea Dinan and Carla Filies. Together, we unravel the complexities of helping a rescue pup adjust to a new home environment. We tap into a pandemic silver lining that catapulted the trend of dog adoption, providing rescues with a loving home, and address the behavioral issues that often come with these canine companions due to their unique histories.The Aggression in Dogs ConferenceThe Bitey End of the Dog Bonus EpisodesThe Aggression in Dogs Master Course and Expert Webinar Bundle --- LIMITED TIME SPECIAL OFFERABOUT ANDREA AND CARLA:Andrea Dinan - CPDT-KA, FFCT, KAD, LFDM-TAndrea's specialties lie in helping dogs and their guardians navigate the canine-human relationship to assure success in training no matter the age of your dog nor the issue at hand.Andrea's main goal is to make training fun, effective and motivating for dogs and humans through evidence-based training methods.Each dog is looked at as an individual; what works for one may not work for another. With Andrea's experience and education, she has a variety of ways to achieve training goals focusing on setting up you and your dog for success, utilizing what motivates your dog and effective communication.Andrea Dinan and City Dogs was the recipient of the following awards through the International Positive Dog Trainers Association:Dog Training Excellence AwardExcellence in Boarding and Sitting AwardAndrea also received the Toronto Star's Reader's Choice Platinum Award in 2021 for Dog Training.Andrea is also the Founder of EduCanine, an organization that provides in-person and online workshops and courses for dog parents and dog professionals on a variety of topics to help with common issues. Workshops and courses are taught by a collaboration of reputable and certified dog trainers. EduCanine was the recipient of the Education Award through www.ipdt.org in 2020.Andrea is a true dog nerd and is constantly researching and studying behavior, motivations, techniques and best practices to help dogs live their best life with their guardians.Andrea is also a Canine Good Neighbour Exam Evaluator through the Canadian Kennel Club and is a therapy dog team with her vizsla, Galaxy as well as Midtown Co-Ordinator for the Therapeutic Paws of Canada.Support the show
https://swiy.co/WhatAreYourThoughtsWelcome to the Pediatric Meltdown podcast, where we delve into the challenges and triumphs of pediatric healthcare. Today, host Lia Gaggino has the pleasure of introducing her guest, (and self-proclaimed “superfan” of Pediatric Meltdown), Dr. Alisa Minkin, a trailblazing pediatrician and host of the JOWMA Podcast, a show dedicated to health education for the Orthodox Jewish community. In today's episode, Dr. Minkin shares her inspiring journey as a pediatrician and her unwavering commitment to mental health awareness. Drawing from her experiences as a parent to a child with special needs, as well as her advocacy for mental health screenings, Dr. Minkin's story is one of passion, resilience, and making a difference in the lives of children and families. Despite the barriers of time and limited resources, she has embraced telehealth as a double-edged sword and implemented crucial mental health screenings in her practice. Her desire to hear more voices of lived experiences, particularly from autistic and neurodivergent individuals and family partners, reminds us of the importance of inclusion and diverse perspectives in approaching pediatric care. Her journey serves as an inspiration for healthcare professionals and parents alike. With her passion and determination, she is indeed a true mental health warrior. So, grab your headphones and tune in to this episode – you don't want to miss this thought-provoking episode.The Spoons Theory: The spoon theory is a metaphor describing the amount of physical and/or mental energy that a person has available for daily activities and tasks, and how it can become limited. It was coined by writer and blogger Christine Miserandino in 2003 as a way to express how it felt to have lupus; explaining the viewpoint in a diner, she gave her friend a handful of spoons and described them as units of energy to be spent performing everyday actions, representing how chronic illness forced her to plan out days and actions in advance so as to not run out of energy.The metaphor has since been used to describe a wide range of disabilities, mental health issues, forms of marginalization, and other factors that might place an extra and often unseen burden on people living with them. From Spoon theory - Wikipedia[03:10 - 09:01] Barriers to meeting mental health needsLimited time for pediatricians to address mental health concerns during appointments.Lack of resources, especially for those who accept insurance or Medicaid.Challenges in finding qualified therapists and mental health resources.Disparities between Medicaid and private insurance coverage for mental health services.[09:02 - 14:24] Training Programs and Resources Case reviews and phone calls as part of the Reach programUtilizing Project Teach, a child psychiatry access programListening to podcasts, including the Joma and Pediatric Meltdown podcastsLearning from personal experiences and emotionally resonant stories[14:25 - 22:34] Personal Reflections and AdvocacyHighlighting the importance of suicide prevention and her sister's experience with it.Discussing the journey of implementing suicide prevention screening in her practice and allied supergroup.Expressing gratitude for the support received from experts in the field.Describing the introduction of combined ASQ Gad and PHQ screening tools in her practice.[22:35 - 32:47] The Importance of Advocacy and Creativity in...
Episode #258 // One of the principal occupations of many consultants, speakers, and business experts is to try to predict the future. And, although this is virtually impossible, it doesn't stop them from trying! If you're a regular listener, you'll know that I try to stay away from predictions for the most part. I'd rather deal with the leadership imperatives that drive performance, and work out how to apply these timeless principles to any given context… This is a subtle but important distinction, and it's why I feel pretty confident about the guidance I give: how do you apply the proven tools and strategies that I've learned in 30+ years of leading at the highest levels.It's always fun and interesting to look at emerging trends, though, and to extrapolate those to see where they might be taking us. Today, I'm going to indulge in a little bit of that! The World Economic Forum published an article a little while back titled, “Five Key Trends Shaping the New World of Work.” After chewing over these five trends, I thought it'd be worth sharing them with you, and giving some consideration to how likely it is that they'll dominate our thinking in the medium to long term.Source Material: Economist Article:What Are the Chances of an AI Apocalypse?World Economic Forum ArticleFive Key Trends Shaping the New World of WorkNo Bullsh!t Leadership Episode:Ep.218: Is Working From Home Working?Ep.95: The Joys of OutsourcingEp.221: Managing Supplier RelationshipsDiary of a CEO EpisodeEp.252: Ex-Google Officer Speaks Out On the Dangers of AI————————Join the Leadership Beyond the Theory waitlist here!————————You can connect with me at:Website: https://www.yourceomentor.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourceomentorInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/yourceomentorLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-moore-075b001/————————Our mission here at Your CEO Mentor is to improve the quality of leaders, globally. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Melissa Raczka is Reiki Master Teacher who has been studying metaphysics, meditation, and frequency for 30 years. Melissa is also the Manager of Crystal Joys, a shop that sells crystals, gemstones, jewelry, and home decor in Olde Town Arvada. Crystal Joys also offers classes, reiki shares, and other community events. For more information on Melissa, you can connect with her on Instagram via Openlight11 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about the store at https://crystaljoys.com/pages/arvada6-Month Psychic Training Program - Closes August 29!In this 6-month course, participants will gain incredible insights and tools to use their own intuition and psychic abilities for themselves and others. The training program will consist of 2 psychic training calls a month, 1-2 monthly group coaching calls, course materials, audio, and video call recordings, and a private Facebook and online community with the rest of the course participants. Sign up before it's too late! Payment plan options are available. Learn more and register at https://www.healingpowers.net/trainingFor more information about Laura and her work you can go to her website www.healingpowers.net or find her on Twitter @thatlaurapowers, on Facebook at @realhealingpowers and @mllelaura, and on Instagram and TikTok @laurapowers44.
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow NWT Salt River #KingCharlesReport: Topiary Garden at Sandringham for the joys of summer. Gregory Copley, Defense & Foreign Affairs https://www.telegraph.co.uk/royal-family/2023/07/18/kings-eco-friendly-topiary-garden-sandringham-opens-public/