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R2Kast - People in Food and Farming
Annie, from a dairy farm was always involved in farming whether that was through the home farm or YF. However there seemed to be a theme throughout that cattle nutrition was her thing from day one. Originally she wanted to be a vet however an aversion to science proved problematic throughout her school life…your guess is as good as mine as to why she chose to study animal SCIENCE at SRUC in Edinburgh! Nutrition really caught on here, carrying out her dissertation on dairy nutrition at the Crichton Royal Farm in Dumfries! Basically straight after finishing uni (before her graduation) it was time to travel for Annie, NZ, South America and more was what was next for Annie before coming back to find her career in nutrition where she still is! Great story with someone that should be more confident in her ability!
Planning a trip? Are you travelling with or without your baby? Are you nervous about how to handle it? Dianne and Abby cover all the hot topics about travelling while breastfeeding on today's episode. Don't travel anywhere without listening.If you are a new listener, we would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on itunes or sending us an email with your suggestions and comments to email@example.com. You can also add your email to our list and have episodes sent right to your inbox! Things we talked about:Thank you, Detroit! [2:50]Travel at night if possible [8:10]Dianne's story about travelling with a baby [9:54]You can't nurse while the car is moving [11:02]You have less control when flying [13:34]You are legally allowed to breastfeed on a plane [15:12]Know the state laws [16:05]Flying [21:39]TSA and breastmilk [22:00]Nursing on the plane [26:34]Travelling without a baby [28:14]Collection cups [30:29]Nursing clothes [33:00]Travelling with milk [34:47] Episode is sponsored by Rumble Tuff Links to information we discussed or episodes you should check out!https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/102-pumping-and-traveling-with-breast-milk/ https://shebuystravel.com/breastfeeding-tips/ Join our Patreon Community!https://www.patreon.com/badassbreastfeedingpodcast Set up your consultation with Dianne https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/consultations/ Check out Dianne's blog here~https://diannecassidyconsulting.com/milklytheblog/Follow our Podcast~https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.comHere is how you can connect with Dianne and Abby~Abby Theuring https://www.thebadassbreastfeeder.comDianne Cassidy http://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com Music we use~Music: "Levels of Greatness" from "We Used to Paint Stars in the Sky (2012)" courtesy of Scott Holmes at freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott Holmes
With DR. MUHAMMAD SALAH & SH. WAEL IBRAHIM
In 1988, with a huge cash prize on the line, 69 competitors lined up for what would be the longest animal endurance race ever held - The Great Australian Camel Race. Travelling over 3000 kilometres across harsh desert, the entrants would face life threatening disease, floods and other perilous conditions as they raced over multiple months! This is a comedy/history podcast, the report begins at approximately 05:19 (though as always, we go off on tangents throughout the report).Support the show and get rewards like bonus episodes: patreon.com/DoGoOnPodLive show tickets: https://dogoonpod.com/live-shows/ Submit a topic idea directly to the hat: dogoonpod.com/suggest-a-topic/Check out our new merch! : https://do-go-on-podcast.creator-spring.com/ Check out our other podcasts:Book Cheat: https://play.acast.com/s/book-cheatPrime Mates: https://play.acast.com/s/prime-mates/Listen Now: https://play.acast.com/s/listen-now/Who Knew It with Matt Stewart: https://play.acast.com/s/who-knew-it-with-matt-stewart/ Our awesome theme song by Evan Munro-Smith and logo by Peader ThomasDo Go On acknowledges the traditional owners of the land we record on, the Wurundjeri people, in the Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders, past and present. REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING:ABC Radio National: The History Listenhttps://www.oranafilms.com.au/the-great-camel-race/ https://m.facebook.com/people/The-Great-Australian-Camel-Race/100064859257976/ https://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/rockhampton/big-read-cq-man-relives-epic-outback-endurance-test-victory/news-story/0b568c431b276856d83ee39d1aff84f9 https://paddymchugh.com/past-projects.html Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Change Lives Make Money: The Podcast For Online Trainers
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Email me at email@example.com with any questions or take aways! For more, head over to: www.franexcell.com/ Change Can Be Fast And Long Lasting Change CAN be fast and long lasting. A lot of real, lasting change takes time. It takes effort and energy. Deeply ingrained patterns and neural pathways take time to rewire. Consistency is key. HOWEVER…change can ALSO be very fast and long lasting. This is the idea that you push yourself and give yourself the total opposite experience than your brain or nervous system might expect and you instantly expand. You don't ping back. It's similar when you learn something new that blows a belief out the water. The issue is the pull to NOT push yourself outside your comfort zone can be SO strong that we don't do it. I feel in a very privileged position to have known this information for a long time. I definitely used to be the err on the side of caution type. I used to be the ‘I could never do that type'. Until I knew and really understood that I didn't have to be. That we are all absolutely capable of change. As you'll probably know I've been giving myself PLENTY of these experiences lately and if you're on my email list you've been getting my regular updates and encouragement to have a think about what you might want to do to push yourself out of the ‘I could never do that' camp. I have never been great at travel. I'd never travelled on a plane anywhere by myself. I'd never booked an entire trip of many moving pieces by myself. I consider myself an incredibly capable person but this has always been a bit of a blocker for me. Until now. And now I'm planning my next adventure. I said before I left that I was really excited to see who I was going to be when I got back. This is exactly what I meant. Instead of worrying or feeling like I couldn't do anything I had the attitude that I could overcome anything that felt uncomfortable and it would only be uncomfortable short term. I took the trip of an absolute lifetime and I did it myself. I had an amazing opportunity land in my lap and initially brushed it off as wishful thinking. Until it wasn't. I flew 9 hours long haul to Nairobi by myself. A friend picked me up a the airport so I felt safe (obviously super important with solo travel, make sure you do your due diligence and have back up plans) I then hand fed giraffes. I touched orphaned baby elephants. I went to lovely bars and restaurants. I organised, booked and went on a 3 day group safari to the Masai Mara by myself with total strangers. Travelling hours away from anyone and anything I knew and I saw THE most incredible things. It's been a lifelong dream as an animal fanatic to go on safari and it didn't disappoint. I noticed I had zero desire to be on social media and allowed myself to really be in the present. I watched a family of baboons from my balcony on the first day and a family of giraffes the next. It was baby season out there so I saw baby Zebras, hippos, elephants, giraffes, I saw hyenas, buffalo, cheetahs, leopards, lions and so much more all in their natural habitat. I had a baby chameleon cling to my finger. In fact, now I mention it and I'm back, I really should spam some of these things to my instagram stories. Ha! And talking of Lions, our truck got stuck in a hole and in order to get it out, which took some serious manpower, we had to get out and walk across the brush to another truck. We had eyes on two male lions…and then there was one! I asked for adventure and boy did I get it. How many people can say they saw Lions in the wild on foot ha! I walked up the Ngong hills. Bought beads from the Masai people. Went to busy bustling markets. I went all over Nairobi in ubers by myself. Trust me when I say the Ubers in Nairobi are not the same as the UK. It was a huge culture shock at times. It was hugely confronting at times due to the extreme wealth and most extreme poverty I've seen. My privilege smacked me right in the face on so many occasions. I was absolutely humbled on many more. I am a different person. I'm even more resilient than ever before. If I had stopped at ‘I could never do that' I would have denied myself this entire experience and I genuinely feel like a totally new human being. I feel capable of anything. I feel energised. It was exactly the shift I was looking for. And what I really want you to take from this is that I am absolutely no different to you. It's just a series of choices we make and one step at a time in the direction of them. Allowing ourselves to shift and change and form new neural pathways in the process. This change was FAST, but made with INTENTION. And I already know it will be long lasting, I feel it in my bones. Yes, there are always things that might require a little longer but my goodness once you start providing yourself, your brain and your nervous system what's possible the opportunities become endless. More resilience, confidence, bravery, steadfastness, stability, boundaries, optimism even in the face of adversity. It's all waiting. I'm not saying you need to take a huge solo trip half way across the world, but what could you do today to prove that it's possible? One of my favourite things to remind people is who you are today isn't who you have to be tomorrow. So what do you wanna do? And who do you wanna be? Who do you need to be and what needs to happen to make it happen? Fx
One of Kendra Perry's most beloved outdoor activities is traveling the avalanche terrain through backcountry skiing. Although it is an exciting activity, it also comes with a considerable amount of risks and safety requirements. In this episode, Kendra shares the discipline she has honed through ski touring that she carries over to her business strategies. She talks about the power of being comfortable with discomfort and the benefits of welcoming the risky aspects of entrepreneurship.Give me a 5-star review: https://ratethispodcast.com/wealthy Want to work with me inside Health Coach Accelerator? Get started with my free training: https://go.kendraperry.net/trainingLove the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! https://kendraperry.net/Join us in the best business building program for health coaches & practitioners. Apply by messaging the word 'biz audit' to me on Facebook or Instagram
A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers
After taking a degree in Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport, Ivor Prickett began working in Europe and the Middle East, striving to convey and denounce the effects of war on the civilian population – on the people whose lives it ravages and uproots, whatever side they may be on. Initially focused on the private, domestic sphere of war's long-term social and humanitarian consequences, Ivor's gaze has shifted over the years towards places of forced migration and lands where people seek refuge, and then to the front lines of combat zones.His early projects focused on stories of displaced people throughout the Balkans and Caucasus. Based in the Middle East since 2009, Ivor documented the Arab Spring uprisings in Egypt and Libya, working simultaneously on editorial assignments and his own long term projects. In 2012 he was selected for the World Press Photo Joop swart Masterclass, named as a FOAM Talent and selected by PDN for their 30 under 30 list. Travelling to more than ten countries between 2012 and 2015 Ivor documented the Syrian refugee crisis in the region as well as Europe, working closely in collaboration with UNHCR to produce a comprehensive study of the greatest humanitarian crisis in recent history. Most recently Ivor's work has focused on the fight to defeat ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Ultimately working exclusively for the The New York Times he spent months on the ground, particularly covering the Battle of Mosul, reporting in both words and pictures. His work in Iraq and Syria has earned him multiple World Press Photo Awards and in 2018 he was named as a Pulitzer finalist. The entire body of work titled End of the Caliphate was released as a book by renowned German publisher Steidl in June 2019. Ivor's work has been recognised through a number of prestigious awards including The World Press Photo, The Pulitzer Prizes, The Overseas Press Club Awards, Pictures of the Year International, The Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize and The Ian Parry Scholarship. Most recently he was shortlisted for the Prix Pictet 2019 cycle and his work is currently touring the globe as part of the group exhibition. His pictures have been exhibited widely at institutions such as The Victoria and Albert Museum, Sothebys, Foam Gallery and The National Portrait Gallery, London and he currently has a major solo show at Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, Italy, In conjunction with the 2023 Fotografia Europea festival, for which the theme is Europe Matters: Visions of a Restless Identity. Ivor's show and the corresponding book is entitled No Home from War: Tales of Survival and Loss and features over fifty photographs taken in conflict zones from 2006 to 2022. It is the the largest show of Ivor's work to date, the first in italy, and it will be up until 30th July 2023.Ivor is represented by Panos Pictures in London and he is a European Canon Ambassador. In episode 203, Ivor discusses, among other things:His route to Newport and what he got from going there.How he got started and his strategy to get his work seen.Arab Spring 2011 and the lessons learned from that.Branching out and needing to get closer to the source.Mosul.The NYT and being asked to write.Going through times of wanting to quit.What keeps him doing it.Is an art gallery the right place for photojournalism?Can your work have an impact?Ukraine.Processing the witnessing of horror and adjusting to normal life.AI and its implications for photojournalism.Referenced:Christine RedmondJoe StirlingKen GrantClive LandonCheryl NewmanTim HetheringtonChris HondrosDavid Furst Website | Instagram“By the time it came to the ISIS work in Iraq and Syria, it was almost like I wanted to get closer to the source myself and see up close what it was I'd been investigating all these years and what people had been running from. Maybe it was a personal fascination that led me there to a certain extent, but also Mosul was essentially a humanitarian crisis as much as a war, and that's why I went in the first place. ”
It's complicated when kids leave the nest these days. How long should young adults receive support from their parents? Almost half of parents are supporting at least 1 adult child and the average amount given monthly is surprisingly high. Follow Clark's plan to help kids launch into independence as adults. Also today - International travelers! There's a global gotcha when paying for anything overseas. Know this important rule about how you pay when you are abroad Parents Funding Adult Kids: Segment 1 Ask Clark: Segment 2 Purchases Abroad: Segment 3 Ask Clark: Segment 4 Mentioned on the show How long should you support your adult children? Parents — and their kids — weigh in When Different Generations Think Kids Should Start Paying Their Own Bills Mint Review: 5 Things To Know About the Free Budgeting Tool Best Budgeting Apps in 2023: Our Top 6 Is Apple Card Worth It? 5 Things To Know in 2023 How To Dispute a Charge on Your Credit Card Are You Following Clark's Maximum Auto Loan Length Rule? Travelling abroad? Don't be tempted to pay your way using your home currency — The Conversation Clark.com: Best Credit Cards With No Foreign Transaction Fees in 2023 Best Travel Credit Cards: Top Rewards Picks for 2023 Revolut - International money transfers Too Good To Go: Save Food - Help The Planet Clark.com resources Episode transcripts Community.Clark.com Clark.com daily money newsletter Consumer Action Center Free Helpline: 636-492-5275 Learn more about your ad choices: megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Spiritual student, Richard talks to Lena about the Beauty and Wonders of the Inner ( Lower) Worlds and how they can be a trap
Darío is joined by his kid brother, Eric, as they share the highlights (and low points) of their recent trip across Japan. Here, they break down their time in Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Mt. Fuji, & Tokyo.
In 1831, the French aristocrat Alexis de Tocqueville left the troubled continent of Europe and set sail for America. Travelling in the shadow of the French Revolution, his goal was to learn about the world's largest democracy and work out how France could move forward. He would eventually publish a remarkable account of life and politics in the United States that became one of the best 19th century accounts of the burgeoning democracy. But Tocqueville would go on to travel to a myriad of other places by ship and stagecoach, on horseback and on foot across North America, Europe and North Africa. In this episode, Dan is joined by Jeremy Jennings, author of Travels with Tocqueville Beyond America, to find out more about his little-known travels beyond the United States.Produced by James Hickmann and edited by Dougal Patmore.You can take part in our listener survey here.If you want to get in touch with the podcast, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we'd love to hear from you! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Boostly Podcast Episode 587. In this podcast episode we sit down with Al and Elissa Sedighravesh to discuss their experience hosting guests and traveling the world! You don't want to miss it! • https://Boostly.co.uk • https://Boostly.co.uk/5steps • https://instagram.com/boostlyuk • https://Boostly.co.uk/guidebook • https://Boostly.co.uk/website • https://Boostly.co.uk/podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Traveling with the Mouse, the podcast that takes you on a journey through the magical world of Disney! In this episode, we bring you the latest news and have some fun with AI by having it write a game for us to play. But First up, we have some exciting news for all […] The post News and an AI generated game appeared first on Traveling With The Mouse.
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Best Of Belfast: Stories of local legends from Northern Ireland
Paul Kennedy is a young, driven entrepreneur who has squeezed a lot into his first 29-years here on earth. (Including survivng a car accident, building a creative marketing agency, travelling to 38 different countries, making content for Floyd Mayweather and meeting the likes of Andrew Tate, KSI and Jake Paul). In today's episode we talked about: Why the car accident was a turning point in his life How he went from selling sweets in school to charging his teachers for pirated mp3s Travelling the world with no budget The transition between doing the work yourself and managing other people to do it His incredible backstory to how he met and started working with Tyson Fury What you need to do to keep clients forever And his advice to any 18-year-old starting out in life Check it out. // https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/paul-kennedy //
Today's episode Aaron and Seth reconnect after Aaron's trip with his son out west. He describes it as "the best 7 consecutive days of his life". We find out why that is and hear all about his itinerary. Feel free to ask him for it after listening! We also discUss in this episode:Slowing down to go faster (be more productive)Minimizing distractions and working linearlyHow reducing excess choice leads to a healthier mindBeing less strict with what you post and how you postThanks to Rove Board Co for sponsoring this episode! You can check out their website below to see their full lineup of paddle boards, both traditional and inflatable!https://www.roveboards.com/Use Code "TPM10" for a 10% discount!Thanks to iStorage for sponsoring the a section of this episode!Check out their External Password Encrypted Hard Drives : https://www.istorage-us.com/Use Code "TPM15" for a 15% discount!Make a donation via PayPal for any amount you feel is equal to the value you receive from our podcast episodes! Donations help with the fees related to hosting the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=Z36E4SCB6D3LWThanks for listening!Go get shooting, go get editing, and stay focused.@sethmacey@mantis_photography@thephotographermindsetSupport the show
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Earlier this month, Equality Florida released a travel advisory in which they warned of the risks posed to the health, safety, and freedom of LGBTQ people who may wish to travel to Florida in the wake of laws they say are harmful to the queer community. Alex Guye spoke with Adam Taylor, a travel advisor and agency owner in Dartmouth, about what he's hearing from the queer community.
TRIGGER WARNING: Following episode contains conversation of self-harm. Leah Charles-King joins me this week to discuss her journey from being diagnosed with Bipolar 1 disorder. Taking us through from when she first recognised her symptoms, how she was diagnosed and how she deals with this being in the public eye. You can follow Leah on Instagram here: @leahcharlesking Also check out her new account for Illuminate Mental Health: @illuminatemh Follow me on Instagram: @thebipolardiaries_ TikTok: @thebipolardiaries Also coming soon: thebipolardiaries.co.uk See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Expat Files: Living in Latin America
Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #1237, SUN, APR 23 (04-23-23) #1- Is the “gringo advantage” in mating, dating, love and romance alive and well… or slowly fading… as more and more gringos pile in? #2- Travelling through airports with gold coins, cash, crypto and bullion and what about that pesky $10000 reporting rule? #3- A word about rent-a-cops and those uniformed dickhead slugs that lord over us at the airport: #4- Do you want to get into the exploding Crypto-currency world but don't feel quite confident enough to dive in? Our own Captain Mango has developed a unique one-on-one Crypto consulting and training service (he's been deep into crypto since 2013). To get started, email him at: email@example.com #5- Be sure to pick up my newly updated, "LATIN AMERICAN HEALTHCARE REPORT": The new edition for 2022 (and beyond) is available now, including the latest "Stem Cell Clinic" info and data and my top picks for the best treatment centers for expats and gringos. Just go to www.ExpatPlanB.com and click on the "Latin American Healthcare Report”.
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Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
Starting a family is no longer as simple as meeting a partner and falling in love. I'm not sure if fertility challenges are becoming more common, or just more spoken about – but it certainly feels as though both are true. While stories about fertility challenges are becoming more common, no two are the same. In today's episode, I sit down with Kim and Gus from Umbearra Station, 4 hours south of Alice Springs. Fertility challenges don't discriminate, and I don't think it's as black and white as saying that someone's journey is easier or harder than anyone else's – they all have their unique aspects. For Kim and Gus, their remote location meant that they ended up traveling in excess of 40,000 km to conceive their first two children. To start our conversation, I asked them to take me back to the very start of their journey trying to start a family.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the 400th episode of Traveling with the Mouse podcast! Today, we have a double trip report for you. Jason and Adam share highlights from their recent trip to Walt Disney World. One of the main focuses of this trip was dining at signature restaurants, and they did not disappoint. Among the standout meals […] The post Double Trip report appeared first on Traveling With The Mouse.
The Living Numbers Podcast with Tony Rambles
Anjl is a flat-out riot in this episode! She brings fun energy and laughter to the conversation, you have no choice but to enjoy the ride. We chronicle her time growing up in a small town, moving for college because of a vision, and eventually ending up in Seattle with her daughter. Moreover, her artistry has been prevalent throughout her life in the form of music, painting, drawing, and comedy. She even spent some time as a DJ before opening her own paint and sip business, Brushcapades. Check the links below for more content. Thank you for listening. Anjl websites - https://www.brushcapades.com/ , https://anjlrodee.com/ Pod Tiktok - Tony Rambles (@thelivingnumberspodcast) | TikTok Pod IG - Tony Rambles (@thelivingnumberspodcast) • Instagram photos and videos Merch - LivingNumbersPodshop - Etsy 1:49 Storytime & Introducing Anjl Rodee 5:06 Farmhouse To Mount Mary U. 16:49 Road Trippin 23:38 Life As An Artist, Music vs Painting vs Digital Art 58:21 Art As A Business 1:10:37 3 Whats: Unpopular Opinions, Alternate Reality & Sound Advice 1:13:02 Where To Find Anjl Rodee --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thelivingnumberspodcast/message
Welcome Jenny and Eleonora of Grandpa J's Seasoning! Jenny Siormanolakis is long tenured in the food industry, with her family owned and operated one of the “longest running single family owned & operated establishments from 1973-2014. Her first job was standing on milk crates working in the dish pit. Working all through school and college, she always helped the family business. She is always to be relied on to come up with an extremely clever solution to difficult problems. In 2004, an opportunity arose to buy her recently deceased uncles business Grandpa J's Seasoning Inc, and with the support of her parents, her and her sister Eleonora were suddenly business partners. At that time, food manufacturing was undergoing industry changes in supply chain advancements. The small business suddenly needed things they knew nothing about i.e.: Nutritional Fact Tables and barcodes which were all mandatory to operate. It was an extremely tedious learning curve and with zero mentoring from their uncle, everything was based on trial and errors. Unfortunately, she suffered a workplace career ending traumatic brain injury in early 2018, and she embarked on a long and solo recovery, filled with self-renewal, and where she discovered her talent for sales. As she neared the end of her healing process, the start of the pandemic was commencing. Taking initiative, she took their only product and started pitching it into many small local grocers and shops around Vancouver. Their Grandpa J's seasoning went from 8 locations to 20 in just a few months, and by the summer of 2022 would be in 90 locations all by sticking to the basics of working the pavement, building relationships and helping small business be successful at selling out of their product with the use of social media and engagement. Jenny is a social maven and a connector within her community. She is extremely passionate about food security for children and seniors. Obviously, she is a strong advocate for mental health given her own journey. Her fun social media channels will always have loud cheerleading and mentoring for women businesses and show off her cooking or food experiments. Most describe her as strong, energetic, extremely empathetic and honest. Travelling to Greece, cooking or eating out and enjoying food with friends fills her spare time. Her favorite quote is “if you don't ask, you won't know”. She has a teenage daughter and a husband who eat the delicious food she is always cooking and may have had to be unofficial taste testers on a few occasions for the research and development of new seasonings and food concepts. Immersed in small business her entire life, Eleonora Iliakis is passionate, hard-working and creative. Her small business background come from decades of working for her family-owned Greek and Italian restaurant. Starting at the young age of 5, she remembers rolling and pressing dough and saucing thousands of pizzas. Most of her youth and young adult life was spent in a commercial kitchen, working alongside chefs, cooks and prepping Greek cuisine, while learning the ins and outs of the restaurant business. This experience taught her the importance of quality, consistency and the need for outstanding products. In 2004, Eleonora and her sister Jenny purchased a small business named Grandpa J's Seasonings Inc. The brand came from their late great uncle Jim's legacy, who was well known for his MSG free products across BC and Alberta. At the time of purchasing the business, the product line was a local food industry and chefs ‘best kept secret.' This was a great opportunity for Eleonora to use her skills and background in the food industry to take Grandpa J's to the next level. Eleonora's roles and experience has varied tremendously, in an ever-changing industry. Embracing all of the work along the way from admin duties, managing the inventory, production, receivables/payables, any day-to-day operations. https://www.grandpajs.com/
Day 1 is in the book at Sonora Rally here in Hermosillo Sonora. We are just getting started and the bivouac is full of energy! Luc Valentine from Off Piste Adventures stopped by really quick and we took a second to chat with him and then a few minute later SoCal local fast guy Jacob Argubright rolls by! Tune in to hear what they have to say. Travelling to Baja or Sonora soon? Do not forget to grab your insurance, visit BajaBound.com and get set up today! Also, if you have not already heard about it, check out Countershox.com for more info on what this thing does! Or listen to Episode 065 with Nathan Looney of CounterShox Thank you for tuning in to Chasing Waypoints Podcast! Like what you heard? Don't forget to hit that subscribe button and do not miss an episode! Also, you can follow us on Facebook (Chasing Waypoints) or Instagram (@chasingwaypoints) Want to participate? Check the Facebook page for your favorite episode and comment, we want to hear from you! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chasing-waypoints/support
In Episode 29 a group of sailors on a ship is challenged by a giant crab. But who is the real enemy?
Invention and innovation are two concepts that have propelled humankind forward for as long as people can remember - but who were the first, original tool makers, and what can we learn from them? Travelling back nearly 3 million years ago to the African continent, in modern Kenya, recent archaeological discoveries have altered long standing opinions about who the first tool makers were - so which hominin species deserves the title 'the first toolmakers', and just how related to them are we?In this episode Tristan welcomes the Professor Fred Spoor back to the podcast to help answer some of these questions. Together they look at some of these recent archaeological discoveries and how they change our understanding of human history. Examining, and questioning, some long-held assumptions about our distant ancestors, they journey through the mid-pliocene to help piece together this murky moment of history.The Senior Producer was Elena GuthrieThe Assistant Producer was Annie ColoeMixed & edited by Aidan LonerganFor more Ancients content, subscribe to our Ancients newsletter here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 262 - There's a Touch of Kumbaya About It This podcast is proudly supported by Red Energy - Awarded Australia's most trusted energy provider by Canstar three times. Isn't it time you switched to Red? Head to www.redenergy.com.au SHOW NOTES LIVE PODCAST EVENT thanks to Red Energy. Join us at the Sorrento RSL on Wednesday 26 April between 5pm - 7pm for a live podcast recording. Book your tickets now via the link HERE and https://ballparkentertainment.com.au/tickets/dont-shoot-the-messenger-live-meet-greet-with-carro-corrie-jdgyj This week on the podcast Caro and Corrie discuss the success of the Adelaide Gather Round and its future as a regular feature on the AFL fixture. Caro's also got a few hot tips for SA dining. In the Cocktail Cabinet for Prince Wine Store, Myles Thomson shares 3 great South Australian Wines including; Commune of Buttons Syrah Protero Pinots 2022 Use the promo code MESS at www.princewinestore.com.au or instore for your 10% listener discount. In BSF for Red Energy · The Driver's Seat by Muriel Spark · ‘L'Innocent' at the movies · Trudy's Amazing Pavlova (see recipe below). Travelling with Jetstar has everyone grumpy and in 6 Quick Questions we discuss disturbing Draconian laws for women, Lydia Thorpe and the ‘nothing good ever happens after 2am' philosophy, the hottest female name in Aussie TV drama Leah Purcell, RIP Mary Quant and another amazing fact. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or join us on Instagram or Facebook. This podcast is produced by Corrie Perkin and Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN. Trudy's Amazing Pavlova 8 egg whites 16 oz caster sugar (454 grams) 1 tsp brown vinegar Beat egg whites until they form stiff peaks (4 minutes approx.) Slowly add sugar Will be white and silky (beat for approx. 10 minutes) At the last minute add the vinegar and combine Bake on foil covered tray in a slow oven (160degrees C) for 1 hour. Test with skewer Top with whipped cream and fruit / nuts / curd or chocolate of your choice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Blogging is one of the most popular ways to make money online however starting just like anything else requires one to learn the craft enabling them to reach a paid status. It is possible for anyone who is ready to put in the time and effort as shared by Jen Ruiz, a lawyer turned full-time travel blogger and author. A 5-time Amazon bestselling author, 3-time TEDx speaker, and award-winning travel journalist, Jen shared with us how she was able to quit her job as a lawyer and pursue blogging successfully. Mini Financial Planner. A digital tool that will help you get your dollars in order. https://www.etsy.com/listing/1338925840/digital-minimalistic-financial-planner?click_key=6163e76a6da7b5ca4f3d9ed9097c622ada14eff7%3A1338925840&click_sum=069e009f&ref=shop_home_active_1 Master Being An Affiliate gives you what you need to earn money passively being an affiliate marketer. https://millionairemindset01.gumroad.com/l/PDSRF How To Start A Podcast E-Book. https://www.etsy.com/listing/1344467520/how-to-start-a-podcast-e-book-planner Connect with the host, Patrina Dixon +Instagram https://www.instagram.com/itsmymoney_/ +Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100013355082005 +Twitter https://twitter.com/itsmymoney_ +YouTube https://youtube.com/c/It%E2%80%99sMyMoneywithPatrinaDixon +Website https://jenonajetplane.com/ +Pinterest https://pin.it/5x8rOTp +Website http://www.itsmymoneyjournal.info/ Connect with guest, Jen Ruiz Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jenonajetplane TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@jenonajetplane Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jenonajetplane Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/jenonajetplane Twitter https://www.twitter.com/jenonajetplane
Valentin Pletnev is currently the CEO and Co-Founder of Quasar Finance, a vault-based asset management appchain for the Cosmos ecosystem and the broader Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) protocol. Valentin has already had exposure and experience in a variety of blockchain and emerging technology-focused fields and is only 24yrs old. In this conversation, we discuss:- Travelling the world to founding crypto companies- Quasar Finance launching its mainnet- Managing DeFi investments across multiple chains- The importance of crypto analogies- Growth of Cosmos- DeFi- Cosmos- Decentralization- EntrepreneurshipQuasarWebsite: www.quasar.fiTwitter: @QuasarFi Discord: discord.gg/quasarfiValentin PletnevTwitter: @valeyo777LinkedIn: Valentin Pletnev --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This episode is brought to you by PrimeXBT. PrimeXBT offers a robust trading system for both beginners and professional traders that demand highly reliable market data and performance. Traders of all experience levels can easily design and customize layouts and widgets to best fit their trading style. PrimeXBT is always offering innovative products and professional trading conditions to all customers. PrimeXBT is running an exclusive promotion for listeners of the podcast. After making your first deposit, 50% of that first deposit will be credited to your account as a bonus that can be used as additional collateral to open positions. Code: CRYPTONEWS50 This promotion is available for a month after activation. Click the link below: PrimeXBT x CRYPTONEWS50
Episode 399: Welcome to another exciting episode of Traveling with the Mouse, where we bring you the latest updates on all things Disney! In this episode, we’ll be catching up on the news from the past few weeks, including updates on the Reedy Creek situation, Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, Magic Kingdom Expansion, Happily Ever After, Tron, […] The post Catching up on Disney news appeared first on Traveling With The Mouse.
Peter Winkler is a comedian and host of the 'Curious Pete' podcast.In Conversation #87, Pete and I discuss: bombing while headlining a comedy festival, stories from rural Qld, drop bears/hoop snakes/yowies, why you don't want to mess with Bigfoot or people from Montana, our personal favourite conspiracy theories and general cultural differences he has noticed after living in Australia for a fair while.Hope you're having a fantastic day wherever you are in the world, Kyrin out!Timeline:(0:00) - Intro To Pete(0:29) - Falling off a cliff on stage(4:56) - What does bombing feel like?(7:48) - Sticking out uncomfortable situations(16:48) - Australian culture is American culture just delayed(21:27) - Baller life in the mining boom(24:26) - Living in a remote mining town(29:56) - Modified American cars(33:26) - The mining industry(37:04) - Animals (and Montanans) are out to get you(42:47) - Scuba diving stories(47:20) - Internet videos(52:04) - Why don't Americans travel?(1:00:52) - Travelling to Latin America & Antarctica(1:05:13) - Conspiracy theory mindset(1:09:29) - Animals in suburbia(1:15:16) - Australian animals(1:17:53) - Bigfoot is real & packing heat(1:20:57) - Reading shitty books(1:24:45) - You gotta do stuff while on holiday(1:29:11) - Walmart & chips(1:32:31) - Quick endingConnect With Pete:Website: https://thecuriouspete.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecuriouspete/Connect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Discord: https://discord.gg/jjfq9eGReUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@meremortalspodcast
Whoosh! Spring has sprung - or at least is springing, and only if you live in the northern hemisphere - but you get the point. When our minds turn to travelling with for photography and with our cameras, what do we look for? Truly we chase the light
This week - travelling solo in your forties when you feel like all you want is a partner to travel with, telling men to leave you alone & dealing with sexual harassment at work. I'm 45 years old and the solo parent to 3 children. With the children close to independence I am turning my mind to my future and what I want. What I want to do is travel and I want to do it with a romantic partner. Without a decent man in sight and waking up disappointed each day that I'm not attracted to women the only other option is to go on my travels with a female friend. Unfortunately all my female friends are in seemingly happy relationships and wouldn't be able to/want to spend months on the road with me. How can I plan a future of hedonism and adventure alone when I have been alone for the past 10+ years and yearn for the special companionship of a partner? How do you react when random older men try to talk to you in a public place? I often find myself in the situation of sitting somewhere in public, most recently reading at the library when an older man will initiate a conversation. I'd really like to stand up for myself and tell them to leave me alone but I guess I just freeze and become very small. I'd love your advice on how to stand up for myself or at least get out of these situations instead of freezing because I always feel like such a pushover for giving these men the time of day. I'm 25 now and I'd really like to have more courage in this situation. I work in a small marketing agency in London, it's my first office job post university and I've quickly climbed to quite a senior position in the company. Last year I was unwell with an eating disorder relapse and dealing with being very overworked among this. One night, under the promise of a pay rise, my boss invited me to a bar to talk where he made moves of a sexual nature. Though I was initially flattered and went along with it, I'd never have initiated anything like this. It happened twice more and both times I tried to shut it down. The final time he gave me drugs and I was severely intoxicated. After the final time, I became too unwell to return to work and eventually decided to tell our CEO exactly what had happened. Protocols have been followed but my grievance has only been partially upheld. The director handed in his notice but the CEO has convinced him to stay and feels passionate about keeping both of us in the business. I don't want to have to quit because that way he wins, but I also don't want to work alongside him. Any thought or advice you can share would be greatly appreciated. If you have a question for Clementine, get in touch: email@example.com CREDITS Audio Production: Adrian Walton Managing Producer: Elle Beattie Executive Producer: Edwina Stott For more great Nova Podcasts head to novapodcasts.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Your Life! Your Terms! Show
Spencer & Ashley are living life to its fullest! They began with investing in Airbnbs in Niagara, started their own Airbnb management business, quit their jobs, and now live a digital nomad lifestyle, travelling the world cheaply and luxuriously using credit card reward points. They are a living embodiment of the books Rich Dad Poor Dad & the 4-Hour Workweek. They reveal their full story and how they accomplished it all in this episode! You can check out their Instagram at their handle → SpencerAndAshley. And you can sign up for the next free real estate investing training class here at https://rockstarinnercircle.com/free-training/
Whole Mamas Podcast: Motherhood from a Whole30 Perspective
Dr. Elana interviews outdoor enthusiast mama Laura Bruner - she's a certified nutrition consultant, Level 3 CrossFit Trainer, cohost of the Modern Mamas Podcast, and mama to Evie Wilder and Indie Bo. Laura has extensive experience both in van camping and tent camping with her family and shares a number of tips for mamas who are interested in traveling with their littles. Laura had lots of great tips on how mamas can let go and surrender to the mess of travel while focusing on the benefits of being outside. They discussed meal planning tips, bathing, packing, organizing, and more! You don't want to miss this episode if you are interested in traveling with littles! Topics Discussed: What life was life living in a campervan traveling cross country Keeping a morning flow even on the road Packing and organizing tips How to handle kid's messes and surrender to the fact they will happen Meal planning Bathing on the road So much more! Show Notes: Visit Laura's website Listen to the Modern Mamas Podcast Check out Laura's Etsy Shop where Laura sells all things sourdough Follow Laura on Instagram Harvest Host Click here to learn more about Dr. Elana Roumell's Doctor Mom Membership, a membership designed for moms who want to be their child's number one health advocate! Click here to learn more about Steph Greunke, RD's online nutrition program and community, Postpartum Reset, an intimate private community and online roadmap for any mama (or mama-to-be) who feels stuck, alone, and depleted and wants to learn how to thrive in motherhood. Listen to today's episode on our website Hi! I am Laura, a certified nutrition consultant, Level 3 CrossFit Trainer, cohost of the Modern Mamas Podcast, and mama to Evie Wilder and Indie Bo. I seek to find joy in this crazy life with my family, adventuring in nature, baking and sharing lots of sourdough, creating fun recipes, training for strength and functionality in life, and taking time for daily mindful Flow. My goals are to put family first, prioritize presence, maintain a growth mindset, remember my worthiness, and continue to seek joy. I hope to help others do the same through my work. This Episode's Sponsors Enjoy the health benefits of PaleoValley's products such as their supplements, superfood bars and meat sticks. Receive 15% off your purchase by using code DOCTORMOM at checkout or head to paleovalley.com/doctormom Discover for yourself why Needed is trusted by women's health practitioners and mamas alike to support optimal pregnancy outcomes. Try their 4 Part Complete Nutrition plan which includes a Prenatal Multi, Omega-3, Collagen Protein, and Pre/Probiotic. To get started, head to thisisneeded.com, and use code DOCTORMOM100 for $100 off your first 3 months of Needed's Complete Plan! Active Skin Repair is a must-have for everyone to keep themselves and their families healthy and clean. Keep a bottle in the car to spray your face after removing your mask, a bottle in your medicine cabinet to replace your toxic first aid products, and one in your outdoor pack for whatever life throws at you. Use code DOCTORMOM to receive 20% off your order + free shipping (with $35 minimum purchase). Visit BLDGActive.com to order. INTRODUCE YOURSELF to Steph and Dr. Elana on Instagram. They can't wait to meet you! @stephgreunke @drelanaroumell Please remember that the views and ideas presented on this podcast are for informational purposes only. All information presented on this podcast is for informational purposes and not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a healthcare provider. Consult with your healthcare provider before starting any diet, supplement regimen, or to determine the appropriateness of the information shared on this podcast, or if you have any questions regarding your treatment plan.
Follow Rosey: https://www.instagram.com/just_chill_mama/ Get Rosey's Book & Other Resources: https://justchillbabysleep.co.uk/the-just-chill-baby-sleep-book/ 00:00:00 Who Is Rosie Davidson 00:01:06 Parental Struggles, Support & Comparison 00:06:44 Screen Time & Learning 00:11:44 Sleeping Near Your Baby 00:17:24 Toddlers vs Babies 00:20:59 The Just Chill Baby Sleep Book 00:22:11 Sex in the First 12 Months 00:26:13 Settling Babies & Air Con 00:32:04 Travelling with Babies 00:36:11 Lineage & Empathy 00:39:27 Toddlers & Sleeping 00:51:07 Most Common Issues & Advice 00:55:29 Adoption
Aeroplane travel really sucks the life out of your skin. So how do you stay your glowy hydrated self on a long haul flight? Shazzy & Kelly unpack their top secrets for staying hydrated and keeping those pesky plane breakouts at bay. Plus, we discuss the 'right way' to use a colour corrector. THE END BITS Subscribe to Mamamia All the products mentioned in today's episode can be found below! Stila Correct And Perfect Palette $75 Inoxa Cover & Correct Concealer Palette $25 NYX Professional Makeup Conceal Correct Contour Palette $28 GET IN TOUCH: Got a beauty question you want answered? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the podphone on 02 8999 9386. Join our You Beauty Facebook Group here. Want this and other podcasts delivered straight to your inbox? Subscribe to our podcast newsletter. You Beauty is a podcast by Mamamia. Listen to more Mamamia podcasts here. CREDITS: Hosts: Kelly McCarren & Shazzy Hunt Producer: Mikayla Floriano Audio Producer: Leah Porges Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you living life on your own terms? Amy Minkley joins us all the way from Bali with an inspiring story of how she walked away from a dependable salary to build a life aligned with her values. If you're interested in pursuing FIRE (financial independence, retire early) or living more aligned with your values, this episode will be an encouragement. Learn more about the retreat below:FI Freedom RetreatFacebook eventThanks to Global X for supporting our Thursday show! ✨ Download their free Australian ETFs landscape report to better understand the Australian market at www.globalxetfs.com.au/mmm
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The NoDegree Podcast – No Degree Success Stories for Job Searching, Careers, and Entrepreneurship
In high school, he wanted to be a scientist so when Renato Capasso went to university and enrolled in a biotechnology program. As he reflected on the experience his peers had after graduating from college, he concluded that going to college didn't guarantee success, so he dropped out. Listen in as Renato tells Jonaed about:* Writing a book to supplement his income* Travelling to other countries* Starting a 6-figure marketing agency. Support/Contact Renato:* LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/renatocapasso/* Company website: https://onlinemonkeys.com.au/ Books and resources mentioned in this podcast:* Resume course: https://bit.ly/podcastpca* Richest Man in Babylon: https://amzn.to/3ZD4m1R* Rich dad, poor dad: https://amzn.to/3I7rnC9* Unshakeable by Toni Robbins: https://amzn.to/3KvQCla Need career or resume advice? Follow and/or connect with Jonaed Iqbal on LinkedIn.LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/JonaedIqbalNDConnect with us on social media!* LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeLinkedIn* Facebook: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeFB* Instagram: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeIG* Twitter: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeTW* TikTok: https://bit.ly/3qfUD2V* Join our discord server: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeDiscord Thank you for sponsoring our show. If you'd like to support our mission to end the stigma and economic disparity that comes along with not having a college degree, please share with a friend, drop us a review on Apple Podcast and/or subscribe to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/nodegree.Remember, no degree? No problem! Whether you're contemplating college or you're a college dropout, get started with your no-degree job search at nodegree.com.
This week my partner BJ is back in the hot seat to talk about all things travelling with babies. We are the furthest people from experts you will find but thought it could be fun to detail our experience and learnings on the matter. Also who was admitted to hospital on our holiday and who accidentally smuggled something back into NZ? Find out all the juicy goss from our fun little trip xoxo Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Charley interviews Mikiko Hashiba, a Japanese nature tour leader, about her 25-year career and how the Japanese travel. If you wish to support this podcast, please visit our Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/naturallyadventurous?fan_landing=true Schalow's Turaco recording courtesy of Peter Boesman, XC509150. Accessible at www.xeno-canto.org/509150. License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 Feel free to contact us at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Naturally Adventurous Podcast Travel Nature Adventure Birding --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ken-behrens/message
Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts + Donations https://bio.link/podcaster Storehttps://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/support/ ==================== Bio of Aden: Aden Nepom is a TEDx and keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, podcast host, and award-winning performer, who has taught thousands of executives, industry leaders, and individuals the simple yet powerful steps to communicate well. Aden's unique combination of immediately actionable communication tools and improv technique give audiences a hands-on, interactive experience that make a lasting difference in organizational culture, relationship, and collaboration. What we Discussed: - Why Capitate has better for her Podcast - Improv as an art form - Life with a Father that was a Professional Speaker - Traveling Options as a Speaker in Different Countries - Being Vulnerable doing a TEDX Talk - Workshops even if they are made attend - Landing the Big Boys as a Speaker - Raising your prices with existing clients - Social Media Recommendsations and more How to Contact Aden: https://www.artofchange.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/adennepom/ https://thechangedpodcast.com/ https://twitter.com/AdenNepom =============== Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts + Donations https://bio.link/podcaster Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/speakingpodcast/ Store https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/support/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roy-coughlan/message
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