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In this episode of the Tough Girl Podcast, we delve into the inspiring journey of Maite Rojo, a passionate ultra runner who has taken on some of the toughest challenges in the world of endurance racing. Born in a small fishing village in Northern Spain, Maite's love for sports and running ignited at a young age. Encouraged by her family, she discovered the simplicity and joy of running, eventually becoming an integral part of a supportive running community. Over the years, she embarked on marathons, ultra marathons, and eventually 24-hour races, pushing her body to its limits. Maite's perseverance and dedication paid off when she won two 24-hour challenges, with her second victory securing her a direct entrance to the prestigious Spartathlon Race in Athens. In the gruelling Spartathlon, Maite ran an astonishing 247 km and placed 9th female, proving her indomitable spirit. Not one to rest on her laurels, Maite recently tackled the Ultr'Ardèche ultra race in France, covering a distance of 222 km and finishing in an impressive 4th place. Her relentless pursuit of new challenges and her ability to adapt to the demands of each race showcase her extraordinary strength and tenacity. Beyond her own personal achievements, Maite also dedicates her races to her father, who battles a degenerative illness that affects his mobility. Her running journey serves as a testament to the power of resilience and the ability to find strength even in the face of adversity. Join us as Maite Rojo shares her insights on training for 24-hour races, the importance of rest and recovery, nutrition for endurance athletes, and the mental preparation required to conquer monumental challenges. Her story is one of passion, perseverance, and the unwavering belief in following one's heart. *** Don't miss out on the latest episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast, released every Tuesday at 7am UK time! Be sure to hit the subscribe button to stay updated on the incredible journeys and stories of strong women. By supporting the Tough Girl Podcast on Patreon, you can make a difference in increasing the representation of female role models in the media, particularly in the world of adventure and physical challenges. Your contribution helps empower and inspire others. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast to be a part of this important movement. Thank you for your invaluable support! Show notes Who is Maite Born in Northern Spain in a small fishing village Currently living in her brothers house, close to Santiago, Spain 50 years old Spending time around boats from a young age Learning dingy sailing with her brother at 18 years old Having a love for sports from a young age Starting running at 13 years old Her running journey and how it progresses Being very shy as a child and being encouraged by her family to do sports Loving the simplicity of running Finding fellow runners and being part of a community Competing for 6 years in running before stopping due to other commitments Sailing full time and trying to train for her first half marathon Running 1 or 2 marathons a year Training for 24hr races Supported her brother running the Spartathlon 2018 (he was the only Spanish finisher) Being inspired and wanting to race the Spartathlon Entering the Spartathlon lottery for 3 years before going for a direct entrance Doing her first 24hr race In New Zealand (23rd Self-Transcendence 24 Hour Track Race) and running 206km and placing 1st female. Running a 24hr track race in Barcelona (24 hores d'ultrafons en pista de Barcelona (ESP)) and qualifying for the Spartathlon by running 216.9km Quitting her sailing job to focus on running and training for 4 months before the Spartathlon Race Wanting to be super prepared Working as a running coach Wanting to challenge herself with training and to see how much her body could adapt to the challenges of the race What training looked like Looking at her strengths and weaknesses Being able to do hard sessions and being able to recovery quickly Focusing on strength training while working on a boat when not able to run How sailing helped prepare her for sleep deprivation while running through the night Starting to increase her millage on a gradual basis and doing back to back training sessions at the weekend Tips for rest and recovery and why its good to have a regular massage The benefits of stretching Working on her weaknesses and focusing on building strength in her legs through weights Ensuring enough food is consumed to support her body and training needs Nutrition for fuelling her body as a vegetarian, wanting to eat as natural as possible (avoiding gels) The mental preparation for the Spartathlon Race Race strategy for running including dealing with cut off points and the challenge of the mountain in the middle How meditation helped during the race - focusing on the beauty of the running environment from the stars to the moon. Reducing her caffeine consumption before the race and then having caffeine again before the mountain Being supported by her crew and seeing her brother at aid stations along the way Running Ultr'Ardèche, in France (222km) and getting 4th place How to connect with Maite Why it's important to have passion for what you do and why you should follow your heart. Social Media Instagram: @mairedrunner Facebook: @mairedrunner
Guy Waites sailed around the world in the 2022 Golden Globe Race. He had to stop in Cape Town to scrape barnacles, then had to stop at Hobart after losing his liferaft in a knockdown, but he persevered and completed the solo circumnavigation. We talk about preparing for the race, gooseneck barnacles, full-keel boats vs modern designs, his boat - a Tradewind 35, sails, downwind sailplans, 2-line reefing, safety, being knocked down, keeping a clear head in storm conditions, rounding Cape Horn, enjoying solitude, mental challenges, towing warps, albatross, future sailing plans, sailing a class 40, and more!
Published 3 December 2023We have decided to start focussing on some sailing classes and learn more about them. This week we talk to Geoff Carne and Craig Phillips about the International Canoe, the oldest sailing dinghy class in the World. Geoff Carne is the current Australian Champ and Craig has been involved with 8 America's Cup teams over 27 years. The IC is quirky, challenging and fast. Great for tinkerers, it may be the class for you.#sailingcanoe #canoe #canoesail #americascup #sailgp #sailgpaus #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
Today I get into different sailing routes to get your boat down to the islands. I have joined up with many a boat for this voyage and have taken many different routes to get there, some good and some bad. We are getting into some of the stories from my experiences doing just that, thanks for listening. Support the Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sailingintooblivionpodcast Merch Line: https://www.bonfire.com/store/sailing-into-oblivion/ One Time Donations Via PayPal and Venmo: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/JeromeRand https://account.venmo.com/u/sailingintooblivion
Pas facile de porter sur ses épaules le poids d'un projet poursuivi par le sort et arrêté en septembre dernier par le sponsor : pourtant, Nicolas Troussel n'a pas longtemps baissé les bras lorsque Corum L'Épargne a mis fin au projet Imoca, dont il était le skipper, après un nouveau démâtage lors du dernier Défi Azimut. A peine sac à terre posé, il est parti en chasse pour trouver de nouveaux partenaires, convaincu que des opportunités existent encore pour participer au prochain Vendée Globe. Car le Vendée est un objectif de longue date pour le Trégorrois qui fêtera ses 50 ans l'an prochain. Initié à la voile par les croisières familiales et les navigations en baie de Morlaix, où il fréquente, ado, Jérémie Beyou et Armel Le Cléac'h, il sait très vite qu'il vivra sur la mer. Première Solitaire du Figaro en 1999 à 25 ans, vainqueur de l'AG2R en 2004 avec Armel Le Cléac'h, il décroche le graal deux ans plus tard en remportant la Solitaire, et de nouveau en 2008, grâce à des coups météo magistraux qui font sa réputation. S'enchaînent ensuite une deuxième place en Class40 sur la Route du Rhum 2010 et des saisons en équipage en M34 sous les couleurs du Crédit Mutuel de Bretagne. Il ne parviendra pas à convaincre la banque bretonne de monter sur le Vendée Globe, mais sa rencontre avec Corum L'Épargne en 2018 lui ouvre enfin l'accès au tour du monde en solo qui le démange depuis de longues années. Un projet qui avancera dans la douleur, entre démâtage dans le Vendée Globe (2020), avarie de quille sur la Bermudes 100 Race (2022) et un nouveau démâtage en 2023, qui signera la fin du projet. Sans se défausser, Nicolas Troussel dit qu'il "comprend la décision du sponsor". Mais il est déjà dans la suite : le bateau est prêt à être décoré, lui seul peut courir le Vendée Globe à bord, il a des milles pour la sélection, bref "il y a un coup à jouer" pour être au départ le 10 novembre 2024. Avis aux candidats ! Diffusé le 1 décembre 2023 Générique : In Closing – Days Past Post-production : Grégoire Levillain
For 25 years Sandy wondered what became of the little yellow dinghy he left in Romania, after a months-long voyage from the UK. Could it still be waiting for him the marshes of the Danube Delta, ready for another adventure?
In this Bible Story, Jesus speaks hard truths about being the bread of life. He speaks of how he was sent by God from heaven, and whoever eats his flesh and drinks his blood would inherit eternal life. Although Jesus spoke metaphorically, his words cause many to leave. However the disciples stayed, for they knew that only Jesus held the words of eternal life. This story is inspired by John 6:22-71 & Matthew 15:21-28 & Mark 7:24-30. Go to BibleinaYear.com and learn the Bible in a Year.Today's Bible verse is John 6:35 from the King James Version.Episode 194: The very next day as He and His disciples were on the other side of the sea, the crowd had tracked Him down. They wanted another miracle but Jesus cared more about their hearts than their bellies. And as Jesus was trying to teach them these things, they became confused and frustrated. The teaching was too hard for many of those in the crowd to accept, so they left. Later on, the disciples that stayed learned a lesson about God's grace to those outside of the family of Israel, as a Canaanite woman begged the Jewish Messiah for help, hope, and healing.Hear the Bible come to life as Pastor Jack Graham leads you through the official BibleinaYear.com podcast. This Biblical Audio Experience will help you master wisdom from the world's greatest book. In each episode, you will learn to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Now understanding the Bible is easier than ever before; enjoy a cinematic audio experience full of inspirational storytelling, orchestral music, and profound commentary from world-renowned Pastor Jack Graham.Also, you can download the Pray.com app for more Christian content, including, Daily Prayers, Inspirational Testimonies, and Bedtime Bible Stories.Visit JackGraham.org for more resources on how to tap into God's power for successful Christian living.This episode is sponsored by Medi-Share, an innovative health care solution for Christians to save money without sacrificing quality.Pray.com is the digital destination of faith. With over 5,000 daily prayers, meditations, bedtime stories, and cinematic stories inspired by the Bible, the Pray.com app has everything you need to keep your focus on the Lord. Make Prayer a priority and download the #1 App for Prayer and Sleep today in the Apple app store or Google Play store.Executive Producers: Steve Gatena & Max BardProducer: Ben GammonHosted by: Pastor Jack GrahamMusic by: Andrew Morgan SmithBible Story narration by: Todd HaberkornSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's host, Moe Roddy, is joined by sailor turned entrepreneur Bill Kreysler to chat sailing and business. Bill spent 10 years building performance racing sailboats and has spent the last 40 years owning and operating Kreysler & Associates, a custom fabrication firm building composite products for architecture, artists, and industrial applications. Hear how he got into sailing, his transition from sailboats to anything but boats, how lessons from sailing still apply to his business today, his many years serving on the board of the St. Francis Sailing Foundation, and his work to inspire more youth sailing. Learn more about Bill at Kreysler.com and TISailing.org
Let's wrap up Listener Request Month with the chronicle of the first solo sailing voyage around the world. Sail to sleep aboard the Spray as our captain builds his ship and starts an adventure most only dream of. Help us stay ad-free and 100% listener-supported! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/boringbookspod Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/d5kcMsW Read “Sailing Alone Around the World” at Project Gutenberg: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/6317 Music: "Ocean Tapping,” by PC III, licensed under CC BY If you'd like to suggest a copyright-free reading for soft-spoken relaxation to help you overcome insomnia, anxiety and other sleep issues, connect on our website, http://www.boringbookspod.com.
Published 26 November 2023With less than a month to go until the start of the Sydney to Hobart, we chat to Sam Haynes, owner TP52 Celestial - winner of the last years race. Sam is the Vice Commodore of the CYCA and campaigns his TP52 and his J70 sailing as often as he can. He also founded the Sydney Animal Hospital and is on the board of the charity Assistance Dogs Australia.#officialrolexsydneyhobart #celestialsailing #tp52aus #sydneytohobart #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
Bruce is by himself in his apartment as the season turns, preparing to make a new run of accordion-themed buttons for his Etsy shop for squeezy fans to send (and receive) as gifts in a bit over a month from now. These circumstances undoubtedly played into his curatorial decisions when determing the specific programming content […]
Auckland businesses say the cancellation of SailGP feels like a "gut punch." Tātaki Auckland Unlimited has confirmed that SailGP won't be hosted in the city next year, due to unavailability of Wynyard Point for spectators. The land has been used to store petrol and chemicals and has not been approved for use. Rayssa Almeida has more.
Nicholas Morton, associate professor of history at Nottingham Trent University and author of The Mongol Storm: Making and Breaking Empires in the Medieval Near East, joins the show to talk about the Mongol invasions. ▪️ Times • 01:40 Introduction • 02:15 Central Asia before the Mongols • 04:15 Mongol methods • 09:15 Sailing the Eurasian Steppe • 13:54 Temujin • 18:38 A dearth of sources • 21:50 Khwarazmian Empire • 26:40 The Mongol secret • 32:03 Selective savagery • 36:30 The Near East • 40:15 Mamluks • 42:03 Mongol rule • 45:17 Lasting effects
I answer all the Sailing Doodles Patrons and members questions about the sailing and cruising life. Specfically, What is the hardest thing to give upo for the sailing and cruising life? Such a good question and I hope I answered it well!
In this episode, I talk about setting sailing goals, selecting the right kind of boat, my opinions regarding features of a good offshore sailboat, my boat, how I reef, what I love about sailing, and where I've been in the last four years.
It was casually mentioned on the podcast that Rider has some past trauma associated with cruises, and now it's finally time to find out why. We hear the tale of the high seas when a 16-year-old Rider Strong took part in the “Sail with the Stars” cruise, with handfuls of other teen heartthrobs, but it wasn't quite the enchanted voyage he had hoped for. But on the other hand, a 14-year-old Danielle was ALSO onboard this Teen Beat cruise ship and had a much different experience joining her ideal “fancy cult.” Dancing with hot guys and a buffet? Sign her up! These are the stories you can only hear from your very own port of call on Pod Meets World!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's Only Fans, Meg and Dan get the low down on the cruise Clint is about to go on, a bit of jealousy but also a bit of fun around activities there is to do and some behind the scenes of what Clit will have to do to "earn" the trip. great insight into the world of influencing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hey Gorgeous, Have you ever struggled to put together an outfit for those special occasion moments? For many of us, those rare events can be difficult if we're use to wearing more casual styles. Join me for a quick and insightful 15-minute style session in this special episode. I'm thrilled to have had the opportunity to chat with a member of our vibrant free Facebook community. In this session, we dive into the world of creating a mini capsule wardrobe for those dressy occasions. Discover how to align your personal style preferences with special occasion styling to curate a unique and elegant look that reflects your individuality. Get ready to glean valuable style tips and inspiration as we navigate the journey of transforming your wardrobe for those unforgettable moments. Tune in now for this enlightening style session! Love capsules and want to know more? It's not too late to join the Sailing into Style: Capsule Wardrobe Workshop. Get Dressed. Be Radiant. Stacey Join the FREE Capsule Wardrobe Workshop Group: Sailing Into Style LEARN: radiantlydressed.com CONNECT: firstname.lastname@example.org COMMUNITY: christianstylecommunity.com FREE COLOR PALETTE: createacolorpalette.com FREE MOOD BOARD: stylemoodboard.com FREE BIBLICAL AFFIRMATIONS: mindsetmirroraffirmations.com Want to work with me? Join the only image and style membership for Christian women: radiantbydesigncollective.com Discover your Color Season: diycoloranalysis.com Discover the Youniform Framework to create your dream wardrobe: radiantuniformsystem.com Join the Radiant Woman Intensive for 3 months of intimate personal style coaching: iamaradiantwoman.com RELATED EPISODES: 47 | Looking for Your Style Vibe? Exploring Options for Style Essences with Christina Smeal 41 | Hit a Wall Building Your Capsule Wardrobe? 30 Days to Find What You Really Love with Heather Mason 36 | Style Theory Mashup: Blending Color Season and Style Essence with Melinda Hatcher
In this episode, Tracey shares a report of a Dreams Unlimited Travel sailing on the Celebrity Apex that was supposed to go to Egypt and Israel but ended up turning into a cruise out of Athens, Greece stopping at many Greek ports and Turkey!Book a vacation today with Dreams Unlimited Travel! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Published 19 November 2023We chat to Tom Slingsby fresh after winning World Sailor of the Year for the third time. We get in depth on the cup and SailGP and Tom shares some key lessons that will help your sailing and your career.Enjoy!!!#tslingsby #americascup #americanmagicteam #sailgp #sailgpaus #transatjacquesvabre #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
Welcome to this episode of The Shooting The Breeze Sailing Podcast (STBSP), which is part 2 of our 2023 Annapolis Sailboat Show Wrap up. In this episode we have 6 interviews with vendors and friends at the Sailboat show. The interviews and time stamps are as follows Marcus Asante and Alex Caslow from Redbeard Sailing […]
Dorin Dickerson talks about the Steelers' mindset coming into the matchup with the Browns, the impact of Minkah Fitzpatrick's injury for Pittsburgh's defense, how important this game is for Pittsburgh in the AFC North and more.
Il avait construit ce dont beaucoup de coureurs rêvent : un vrai projet, adossé à une belle cause, une équipe solide, des sponsors fidèles et 15 années de carrière. Mais un peu avant 40 ans, Tanguy de Lamotte a décidé de changer de vie, "parce que c'était le bon moment" et "parce que je savais que je voulais faire autre chose". Alors, après une dernière Transat Jacques Vabre avec Sam Davies, en 2017, il a confié la barre de son Imoca à la Britannique et le projet à David Sineau, jusque-là team manager, et a pris le chemin de San Francisco avec femme et enfants, où il travaille désormais dans les bateaux électriques. Avant, il y a eu un parcours étonnant, avec la rencontre avec un prof de gym du lycée Hoche, à Versailles, ex cador du 470, qui lui fait découvrir la voile et lui ouvre son réseau, puis l'école d'architecture de Southampton. Mais contrairement à beaucoup de Français qui y suivent le cursus, il ne rentre pas au pays et fait ses gammes comme préparateur auprès de marins anglo-saxons, comme Ellen MacArthur et Brian Tomphson. Son objectif est de dessiner des bateaux, pas forcément de courir. S'il se lance dans la Mini en proto (courue en 2005), c'est pour prouver que son coup de crayon vaut le coup ; s'il enchaîne en Class40 ensuite, même chose. Les saisons s'enchaînent sans crier gare, il participe au lancement de Karver, multiplie les titres (Mondial, Fastnet, Normandy Channel Race, Solidaire du Chocolat...) et rencontre au cours de ces années son sponsor Initiatives. A l'issue de son contrat, ils réfléchissent à la suite et c'est Franck Vallée, patron d'Initiatives, qui lui suggère le Vendée Globe. Ce n'est qu'après une mûre réflexion qu'il acceptera de se lancer dans une aventure qui va "changer sa vie". A son retour, il enchaîne sur un nouveau cycle de 4 ans, change deux fois de bateaux mais doit abandonner son second Vendée Globe après quelques jours de course, après la perte de sa tête de mât. Et depuis ? "Pas de regrets", Tanguy de Lamotte, qui suit ses anciens collègues depuis la baie de San Francisco : "C'est une autre aventure !". Diffusé le 17 novembre 2023 Générique : In Closing – Days Past Post-production : Grégoire Levillain
In this enchanting episode of the My Mickey Podcast, join Karen, the co-owner of My Mickey Vacation Travel, as she recounts her extraordinary 10-night journey aboard the Disney Wonder, setting sail from the vibrant city of Vancouver to the breathtaking islands of Hawaii. Karen's tale is more than just a travelogue; it's a story of... The post Trip Report: 10-Night Sailing to Hawaii on the Disney Wonder and Aulani appeared first on My Mickey Podcast.
In this episode, Below Deck Sailing Yacht's Lucy Edmunds joins me! We chat all about her season, BTS of the show, and what she is up to now! Lucy is such a doll and we had so much fun on this episode, enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/girlwegottatalkpodcast/support
Hey Gorgeous, Are you ready for a wardrobe transformation like no other? Join me in this exciting episode as I unveil the game-changing Youniform Framework, designed to revolutionize your capsule wardrobe experience. In this program we dive deep into the world of color harmony to unlock the potential of your best shades and discover the power of style essences in defining your unique style. I'll let you in on the secret of one great outfit via the concept of a style uniform. Learn how this simple principle can transform your closet into an array of effortless ensembles. Plus, I'm offering bonus courses on savvy shopping and decluttering your wardrobe, as well as an exclusive training on creating your personalized style handbook. Get ready to simplify your wardrobe into your dream capsule. Tune in now! Love this concept and want to know more? Be sure to sign up for the Sailing into Style: Capsule Wardrobe Workshop on November 17. Get Dressed. Be Radiant. Stacey Join the FREE Capsule Wardrobe Workshop: Sailing Into Style November 17 LEARN: radiantlydressed.com CONNECT: email@example.com COMMUNITY: christianstylecommunity.com FREE COLOR PALETTE: createacolorpalette.com FREE MOOD BOARD: stylemoodboard.com FREE BIBLICAL AFFIRMATIONS: mindsetmirroraffirmations.com Want to work with me? Join the only image and style membership for Christian women: radiantbydesigncollective.com Discover your Color Season: diycoloranalysis.com Discover the Youniform Framework to create your dream wardrobe: radiantuniformsystem.com Join the Radiant Woman Intensive for 3 months of intimate personal style coaching: iamaradiantwoman.com RELATED EPISODES: 51 | 5 Steps to Create a Style Youniform Capsule Wardrobe 46 | From Shopaholic to Minimalist: How My Low-Buy Year Transformed My Capsule Wardrobe 39 | The Truth About Creating a Capsule Wardrobe: 4 Secrets No One Tells You
A group of Marlborough school children are planning to cross Cook Strait in dinghies this month. Aged between 11 and 15 they're hoping for a weather window to sail 2.3-metre Optimist dinghies and two slightly larger Starlings.
I met Kyle at Escudo de Veraguas, an island about 20nm east of Bocas del Toro, Panama. We talk about the island, sailing in the Caribbean, dinghies, learning to sail, his Ta Yang 50 Flying Dutchman, buying the boat, mishaps and chaos, being struck by lightning, losing the propshaft and almost sinking, tacking upwind to Aruba, water in the foam core, near-death experiences, books, teak decks, and much more! The interview continues with us talking about his seaglass business on my other podcast "Dream Chasers and Eccentrics."
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Come along for a trundling trip through the countryside with Caravan Stories, a 2017-era MMO that charmed Syl so much that she demanded they do a two-part show on its soundtrack! Bring your sympathy for Syp, who has to put up with this nonsense! Episode 229 show notes Intro (feat. "Dubious Person," "In Trials," and "Rallying Man") "Caravan Trip" "Eastern Part of Denon Hill" "Free City of Nero" "Arlosa Mine" "Polka" "Mad Cow Brewery" Which one did we like best? Jukebox Picks: “Chef Saltbaker” from Cuphead and “Save Room Theme” from Resident Evil 2 Outro (feat. "Sailing to the City of Freedom - Elf") Talk to the Battle Bards on Twitter! Follow Battle Bards on iTunes, Stitcher, Player.FM, Google Play, iHeartRadio, and Pocket Casts! This podcast is produced using copyrighted material according to Fair Use practices as stated under Section 107 of the 1976 Copyright Act.
Don't Wait for the Winds to Change in Your Life It is the set of the sails, not the direction of the wind that determines which way you will go…Jim Rohn What does this mean? This is very applicable to today… You may be feeling like everything is pushing you around in life right now. You may feel like life is happening “to you” rather than “for you”. Maybe you feel like you can't catch a break. Maybe you feel like you are not making progress. Or Maybe you just feel “not in control” of the direction you are moving. Let me use a couple analogies to help you realize that… …You have more control than you think you have over your life and direction. Story about Sailing... I am not a sailor but I heard an interesting story the other day. Most people know and could manage to sail in the direction of the wind. However, an experienced sailor knows that it doesn't matter if there is wind or the direction it is blowing. An experienced sailor can navigate any direction regardless of the wind's direction. In fact, they can even said “against the wind”. They know that it is the “set of the sail” not the “direction of the wind” that takes them in their preferred direction. This is a huge example of the difference between someone being blown around in life and someone that learns to navigate life in the direction they want to go. Another really cool example and probably suggestion comes from this story… Its a Story about “Ancient Sailors”.. Ancient sailors used to travel the northern seas and would notice something crazy… This was very early and before we new much about icebergs and the science associated with them. The sailors would be sailing through the cold waters and moving in the direction of the wind. They would notice these massive ice bergs and be baffled by the fact that they were moving in the opposite direction of the wind. Any guess as to why?… It's because most of us know now that 90% of the size and mass of an iceberg is below water. We have also learned that the deep ocean currents (below the surface) dont travel in teh direction of the wind. They sometimes travel in the opposite direction. But, because the mass of the iceberg is far below the surface, it travel in the direction of the Oceans “currents”. This is an excellent example of what we can do in our lives to change our direction. You see when you establish deep “currents” in your life…like value, goals, passion, direction... When you establish deep currents (values) in your life, they will carry you through, against or opposite the wind. What does this mean for you?… It doesn't matter what is going on “around” you. It doesn't matter what other people think. What really matters is what's going on “inside” you…your mind. You need to learn to ground yourself in your values, goals and priorities. You need to be prepared before life “happens”, so you can handle it when it does. How can you change your direction despite the winds in your life? Learn to focus on your perspective not the situations. Stop Focusing on the wind and circumstances. Surround Yourself with Positive Influences Focus on Key Daily Rituals These are my main suggestions for you to implement, but I want you to know that I believe you can steer the direction of your life if you truly focus on it. You DO have what it takes. You are given everything you need to create and change the winds in your life. And remember…it's never too late to start living the life you WANT to live. George Wright III
Hey Gorgeous, Are your busy mornings leaving you overwhelmed and frazzled? I get it. As a night shift wife for 10 years with a growing family, I have been there so many times. In this episode, I'm unraveling a little-known secret – the average woman spends 17 minutes daily selecting her outfit, adding up to over 100 hours per year! But what if I told you I've uncovered three remarkable hacks that can revolutionize your mornings? Join me as I unveil these game-changing strategies, from prepping your outfit the night before to embracing a simplified wardrobe and the art of repeating your signature style. It's the Youniform Framework in action, and it's about to redefine the way you start your day. Ready to reclaim your mornings? Tune in now! Love this concept and want to know more? Be sure to sign up for the Sailing into Style: Capsule Wardrobe Workshop on November 17. Get Dressed. Be Radiant. Stacey Join the FREE Capsule Wardrobe Workshop: Sailing Into Style November 17 LEARN: radiantlydressed.com CONNECT: firstname.lastname@example.org COMMUNITY: christianstylecommunity.com FREE COLOR PALETTE: createacolorpalette.com FREE MOOD BOARD: stylemoodboard.com FREE BIBLICAL AFFIRMATIONS: mindsetmirroraffirmations.com Want to work with me? Join the only image and style membership for Christian women: radiantbydesigncollective.com Discover your Color Season: diycoloranalysis.com Discover the Youniform Framework to create your dream wardrobe: radiantuniformsystem.com Join the Radiant Woman Intensive for 3 months of intimate personal style coaching: iamaradiantwoman.com RELATED EPISODES: 51 | 5 Steps to Create a Style Youniform Capsule Wardrobe 46 | From Shopaholic to Minimalist: How My Low-Buy Year Transformed My Capsule Wardrobe 39 | The Truth About Creating a Capsule Wardrobe: 4 Secrets No One Tells You
Step aboard and set sail with Paul, the seasoned sailor, author, artist, and host of the "Offshore Sailing Podcast." Born in Charleston and educated in Florida, Paul's life has been a tapestry of maritime adventures, personal challenges, and profound transformations. From his early exposure to sailing, inspired by his father, to his transformative journey of sobriety, the call of the ocean has been Paul's guiding compass. In this episode, we journey with Paul through his solo expeditions across the Caribbean, his thrilling encounters in the uninhabited Ragged Islands, and his deep bond with his boats, especially the beloved Windflower. As he shares tales of offshore singlehand sailing, spearfishing escapades, and surfing adventures, listeners will be transported into the world of a true maritime enthusiast. Beyond the waves, Paul's artistic endeavors and his musical journey, including touring with a band on a converted school bus, add layers to his rich narrative. Whether you're a sailing aficionado, an avid listener of the "Offshore Sailing Podcast," or someone who appreciates a riveting life story, Paul's maritime tales and life lessons will inspire and captivate.Paul Trammell Book'sOffshore Sailing & Cruising PodcastBrought to you by SHIPSHAPE.PRO - Innovative platform that bridges the gap in marine repair& MIDA.PRO - Marine Industry Digital Agency - Web dev / MarketingPodcast - SHIPSHAPE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN INSIGHT
In this week's episode, we're going to Hawaii! Unfortunately, not literally, but my friend, Lisa, who runs the @seayarealsoon account on Instagram, recently sailed on a 10-night cruise from Vancouver that ended in Honolulu and we discuss all the fun she had while onboard and in the various ports. She also fills us in on all the drydock enhancements that she noticed while onboard. Don't forget to connect with the show on Twitter and Instagram @theDCLdude, or on Facebook at facebook.com/dcldudepodcast. You can also check out my new blog at www.thedcldude.com. If you have any ideas for future episodes, I'd love to hear them! Finally, if you're thinking about booking a Disney Cruise, don't go it alone! Send me an email at email@example.com for a FREE quote and find out how to get some onboard credit to spend on your cruise!
Josh Axler will be sailing in the 2026 Golden Globe Race. We talk about racing boats both fast and slow, carbon fiber vs fiberglass and steel in boat construction, racing a Gunboat, why he wants to do the Golden Globe Race, books, managing Elliot Smith's 2022 GGR campaign, the NOR, solitude, selecting his boat for the race - an Endurance 35, sailing a ketch, getting the boat ready for the race, setting the boat up for singlehanding, long passages, instant coffee, writing, a favorite sailing memory, a scary sailing memory, sailing alone in fog, and much more!
Nicole catches up with 5* first-timer Mia Farley to hear all about her top 5 finish at Maryland and her journey with her ride Phelps. If you want to hear any of our other Inside Maryland Shows click the links below: Inside Maryland 2023 #1: Behind the Scenes Inside Maryland 2023 #2: Rider Insight with Piggy and Boyd Inside Maryland 2023 #3: Maryland Preview Show Inside Maryland 2023 #4: Dressage Review Show Inside Maryland 2023 #5: The Review Show Sponsors: The Inside Maryland series is supported by Dubarry Of Ireland who are a premium footwear and clothing company that manufactures and supplies waterproof leather boots for Sailing and Outdoor pursuits as well as shoes and clothing designed for day-to-day wear. Grab yourself some tickets to the Maryland 5* by clicking here. Listen for free across all podcast platforms. EquiRatings Eventing Podcast: Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
Published 5 November 2023We chat to Simon Koster. Racing the TJV on the IMOCA Hublot with Alan Roura. Simon is in his first season on the 60's having come through the Mini and Class 40 fleets. He started out in the Mini6.50 in 2012 and competed in three Mini Transats scoring two podiums – in the series 2013, and the proto 2017. He then moved to the Class40's with Valentin Gautier - three seasons resulted in a 2nd place in the Transat Jacques Vabre! Whilst he was stuck in dock we jumped to introduce what many consider to be one of the nicest blokes in the fleet.#transatjacquesvabre #imocaglobeseries #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
Ahoy there, fellow adventurers of the airwaves! Welcome back to another enthralling episode of "West Virginia Uncommonplace." I'm your host, Jr., and today we're setting sail on a captivating voyage into the treacherous seas of animated storytelling. So batten down the hatches and prepare to delve deep into the mesmerizing chronicle of the rise, fall, and enduring legacy of a true animated gem: Pirates of Dark Water. Episode Highlights: 1. Unveiling the Tale of Mirror: Introduction to "Pirates of Dark Water" and its captivating world of fantasy. Meet the intrepid young prince Wren and his diverse band of companions. A glimpse into the show's darker themes and distinctive animation style. 2. Navigating the High Seas of Adventure: Setting sail alongside Wren, Teela, and Niddler on their quest to cleanse the world of dark water. The allure of the 13 Treasures of Rule and their role in the epic narrative. Exploring the multifaceted characters and the emotional depth they brought to the story. 3. Villains and Voices: Enter Lord Bloth, the formidable antagonist voiced by the legendary Peter Cullen. The imposing presence and thunderous voice that added gravitas to the character. The dynamic interplay between heroes and villains that kept viewers on the edge of their seats. 4. The Tempest of Troubles: Uncovering the stormy waters of production challenges and executive decisions. The unforeseen roadblocks that led to the premature conclusion of the series. Reflections on the unresolved storyline and the impact on the show's fanbase. 5. The Unquenchable Legacy: The enduring fan love and nostalgia for "Pirates of Dark Water." The influence of the show in the realm of dark and mature-themed animated series. How the legacy of the show lives on through fan art, conventions, and fan-driven revival efforts. 6. Seeking the Treasures of the Present: Discovering the continued presence of "Pirates of Dark Water" in the world of collectibles and memorabilia. The enduring allure of the show's toys, video games, and other merchandise. Examining how the show's legacy fits into the broader tapestry of '90s animated classics. 7. A Farewell to the Depths: Reflecting on the impact of "Pirates of Dark Water" on the golden age of animation. The lasting impression it left on viewers, both old and new. The call to preserve and honor the spirit of "Mirror" through modern adaptations and revivals. Conclusion: As we lower the anchor on this captivating voyage through the tumultuous waves of "Pirates of Dark Water," we're reminded that even when a series faces stormy seas, its legacy endures. Join us, once again, on "West Virginia Uncommonplace" as we continue to explore the depths of storytelling, nostalgia, and the enduring power of animated classics.
From Burnout to Boat Life with Torrey Benson How Torrey is “building a life she doesn't need a vacation from,” and how she went from real estate sales to full-time living on a catamaran with her family. Why Torrey says, “If you don't have a team, you're not going to succeed.” How to get over the stories in your head and “pick up the damn phone!” Mid-life crisis or mid-life awakening? How you too can pave your path to financial independence! About Torrey Dream it. Torrey Benson has the energy, experience, and focus necessary to successfully navigate the ins and outs of sophisticated real estate transactions. Her real estate training began as a child, at home in the western suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Torrey's dad pioneered Corporate Real Estate Services and more specifically, Tenant Representation in the Minneapolis area. She grew up with family dinner conversation centered on possibilities, client relationships, deals, the value of hard work, integrity, and service. Real estate is in her DNA. Do it. Torrey started her career in International production at E! Entertainment Television in Los Angeles, CA. After years of sand & sunshine, she followed her passion to Colorado in search of mountains to ski. There Torrey navigated many commercial transactions and development projects in Denver and Vail. After years of dedicating herself to the best path for her clients, Torrey is now laser focused on adding properties to her own portfolio and teaching women how to do the same. From her home base in Bozeman, MT she connects, discovers and executes. Live it up. When she isn't bent on discovering the next great investment areas and properties, you'll find Torrey with her husband, two little girls and a big Bernese Mountain dog seeking balance in the great outdoors… Floating on fresh powder at Bridger Bowl. Walking downtown for a glass of wine. Hiking through the wildflowers. Learning bank turns on the mountain bike trails. Floating rivers. Exploring with the camper. Waterskiing at the lake. Sailing ocean waves. It's all about finding JOY on this journey… How to Connect With Torrey Website: https://girlbuythatbuilding LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/torrey-benson TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@girlbuythatbuilding Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlbuythatbuilding/ Resources Girls Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod