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Equestrian Adventuresses Podcast
Right Clothing for Winter Riding Adventures

Equestrian Adventuresses Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 37:44


The second part of our mini Winter Riding series! Today Heather and Ute talk about what to wear when heading outside in the cold season. Heather is based in Canada and is well acquainted with freezing temperatures and plenty of snow and even Ute has experiences riding in wintery Europe where it can get cold, wet and dark. Together they share some super useful tips and talk about their favourite pieces of equipment for riding into the cold season. Show Notes: https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2022/11/30/horse-podcast-ep-285-right-clothing-for-winter-riding-adventures/  

Café Európa
Podcast | Neverte ruským rozprávkam

Café Európa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 69:25


V posledných rokoch sme svedkami „dezinformačného tsunami“, ktoré sa valí na používateľov sociálnych sietí a iných online platforiem. Utečenecká kríza, pandémia, klimatická kríza, ruská vojenská agresia na Ukrajine, silná inflačná kríza spojená s energetickou krízou. To všetko sú témy, ktoré nenechajú chladným ani jeden dezinformačný zdroj. Prečo je to tak? Prečo slovenská spoločnosť prestáva veriť autoritám? Ohrozuje tento fenomén mladú generáciu? Ako môžeme situáciu zlepšiť? Diskutujúci:

Oppdatert
Slik skapte norske skip migrantkrise i EU

Oppdatert

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 21:00


Ute i bølgene ble over tusen mennesker hentet opp fra synkeferdige båter. Men da de trodde de var reddet, viste det seg at det bare var starten på enda et helvete. I dagesvis tryglet de om hjelp mens Europa kranglet om hvem som hadde ansvaret. Italia mente svaret var enkelt: Det var Norge. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio

Studio Allsvenskan
Philip De Giorgios dom om ditt lag

Studio Allsvenskan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 78:46


Studio Allsvenskan finns även på Patreon, där du får ALLA våra avsnitt reklamfritt direkt efter inspelning. Dessutom får du tillgång till våra exklusiva poddserier där vi släpper avsnitt tisdag till fredag varje vecka. Bli medlem här!Kolla vem som är tillbaka?!En av grundarna av Studio Allsvenskan tog gröna linjen från södra Stockholm och in till redaktionen för att snacka lite om allt som hänt sedan sist.Philip De Giorgio har med sig en egen lista på begrepp vi måste sluta använda när vi snackar eller skriver om fotboll och utöver det handlar det givetvis väldigt mycket om hans älskade Bajen.Hur upplevde han säsongen som enbart supporter? Vilket betyg sätter han på Cifuentes? Vad tror han om Hammarby 2023?Men vi låter honom även spåna fritt ur hjärtat om resen av allsvenskan och så lassar vi upp ett helt batteri med lyssnarfrågor.Ute för alla överallt!Följ Studio Allsvenskan på våra sociala medier:Facebook!Instagram!Twitter!Youtube! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Y on Earth Community Podcast
Episode 123 – Marissa Pulaski, Co-Founder, Drylands Agroecology Research

Y on Earth Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Marissa Pulaski is Co-Founder of Drylands Agroecology Research (DAR), an educational and community non-profit headquartered at Elk Run Farm near Lyons, Colorado. In this episode, Marissa discusses regenerative patterns, community relationships, food sovereignty projects with Shoshone, Cheyenne, Arapahoe, and Ute colleagues, Harvest of All First Nations, Spirit of the Sun seed saving projects, Community Roots […] The post Episode 123 – Marissa Pulaski, Co-Founder, Drylands Agroecology Research first appeared on Y on Earth Community.

When We Were Kings
164. Ronaldo (del 1/3)

When We Were Kings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 116:34


De sa att han knappt var skrivkunnig, att hans tänder skevade som vindrutetorkare, att han inte klarade av att svänga med bilen. Jaha? Ute på planen var han helt sensationell - ett 16-årigt fenomen som gjorde 58 mål på sina 60 första matcher. Producent: Alexander Sjöblom

Troubled Minds Radio
Navajo Native Tells His Story About Encountering a Real Skinwalker

Troubled Minds Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 162:07


Latecap3 on Reddit is a Navajo native that personally saw a Skinwalker with his own eyes. Since that moment, he has been cataloging sightings of this legendary monster and began his own SubReddit here https://www.reddit.com/r/latecapsSkinwalkerADV/ - give him a follow and see for yourself what a REAL Skinwalker looks like...http://www.troubledminds.org Support The Show! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/troubledminds https://rokfin.com/creator/troubledminds https://troubledfans.com https://patreon.com/troubledminds#aliens #conspiracy #paranormalRadio Schedule Mon-Tues-Wed-Thurs 7-9pst - https://fringe.fm/iTunes - https://apple.co/2zZ4hx6Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2UgyzqMStitcher - https://bit.ly/2UfAiMXTuneIn - https://bit.ly/2FZOErSTwitter - https://bit.ly/2CYB71Uhttps://www.reddit.com/r/latecapsSkinwalkerADV/https://www.reddit.com/user/LateCap3/--------------------------------------------------

OBS
Yttre Hebriderna – Atlantens oskyddade hjärtan

OBS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 9:57


Utanför Skottlands västkust ligger Yttre Hebriderna, en ögrupp som befinner sig i ett utsatt läge när klimatet förändras. Här hittar Maria Küchen varsel om människans framtid. ESSÄ: Detta är en text där skribenten reflekterar över ett ämne eller ett verk. Åsikter som uttrycks är skribentens egna.Målet för en enskild människas djupaste längtan är alltid unikt. Men det finns också platser dit många längtar. Det invanda och välbekanta kan kännas trångt och tomt. Så drömmar uppstår om ett själsligt hem någonstans långt borta, där allt är vackert och alla svar finns.Religiösa pilgrimer längtar till Mecka eller Jerusalem. Och karavanstoppet Samarkand i Centralasien, längs sidenvägen mellan Östasien och Europa, blev under medeltiden ett längtans mål inte bara för törstiga kameler utan också för drömmande människor. I det fjärran Samarkand fanns vatten och vila, skönhet och fest. Även bildligt sågs staden som en oas i tillvarons öken.Och poeter längtar inte sällan till öar. Om det är så att du längtar till de Yttre Hebriderna skrev till exempel poeten Eva Ström i sin diktsamling Steinkind från 1979, där man har havet framför sig men Europa i ryggen / och där öarna bara är en tunn hinna av regn om det är så att du känner uppbrottet i dig / som en spricka eller en tanke / om det är så att du längtar efter att förändras medan du reser / då har du redan släckt lamporna i huset / och är på väg.Diktraderna träffar mig i hjärtat. Till Yttre Hebriderna längtar jag ständigt. Jag måste återvända dit. Inte för gott, men färden dit, och människorna och naturen där, gör mig lugnare och ljusare inuti.Ute i Atlanten, sex och en halv mil utanför Skottlands västkust ligger de, Västeröarna, Na h-Eileanan Siar, som de 26 000 bofasta på Yttre Hebriderna säger. Inte för att alla talar gaeliska. Öarna är inte exotiska. Folk handlar på Coop och går på puben och huvudstaden Stornoway är en typisk skotsk småstad. Men den gaeliska som talas, är infärgad av fornnordiska. Uist sägs härleda sitt namn från fornordiskans ord för väst eller från viste, men ingen vet säkert.Vissa gaeliska ord känns välbekanta, andra helt främmande. Sàl na mara havets salt loch uisge sötvattensjö. Havets djup och sälta och varma strömmar hindrar havsisen från att lägga sig runt öarna. Deras grunda sjöar däremot kan bottenfrysa. I takt med att golfströmmen avstannar kommer de att göra det allt oftare.Golfströmmen rör sig långsammare än på tusentals år. Under det närmaste seklet kan den upphöra helt. Höjningar av havsytans nivåer kan dränka de hebridiska öarnas låglänta kuster, och utan golfström blir det kallt där. Riktigt kallt, som på Island. På senare år har dricksvattentäkter frusit. Dygnet runt har dykare på Uist kämpat mot igenisning av vattenintagen från kringliggande sjöar till Lochmaddys vattenverk. Med högst några decimeters sikt har de tvingats treva sig fram under utan och ta bort isen med händerna.Det har hävdats att fornnordiskas Ívist, viste", i sin tur är ett inlån från ett förmodat äldre namn på gaeliska, på ögruppen som geografen och astronomen Ptolemaios för tvåtusen år sedan kallade Eboudai och romerske historikern Plinius den äldre kallade Hebudes. I modern engelska blev Hebudes till Hebrides genom ett skrivfel, påstås det. Strängt taget borde öarna heta Hebuderna, inte Hebriderna.När jag hör en gaelisk sång från södra Uist som heter Eilean uibhist mo ruin, Min älskade ö Uist, begriper jag inte ett ord men språkljuden och intonationen liknar mitt modersmål jamska, jämtländska, en inlandsdialekt. Jag blir vaksam. Jag älskar Jämtland och Yttre Hebriderna, deras starka landskap med fjäll och sjöar, och kärlek kan förvirra en människa. Hjärtat uppfattar band som inte finns. Okända sånger om vad som helst tycks handla om just mig och min kärlek.Skeptisk sänder jag sången till en språkvetare som är specialiserad på jamska. Även han älskar Jämtland och säger att jag hör rätt, och att jämtar troligen fanns bland de nordbor som var i viking på Hebriderna, eller Söderöarna, som de kallade ögruppen. Språket, språken, befinner sig i ständig rörelse, en rörelse full av missförstånd.Det heter alltså Hebriderna och inte Hebuderna för att någon skrev fel, och nu finns ingen väg tillbaka. Det irriterar mig, men kanske är det som det ska. Stillastående vatten bottenfryser lättare. En bottenfrusen sjö härbärgerar inget liv, ett bottenfruset språk kan inte talas.För några år sedan stod jag i machairen på Uist, öns frodiga strandnära ängsmark. Den var översvämmad av blommor. På en enda kvadratmeter machair kan man finna upp till fyrtio olika arter smörblomma, prästkrage, getväppling, timjan, orkideer, klöver, gulmåra och mycket mer. Machairen är klöverhumlans land, en hotad humleart som i Storbritannien bara finns kvar här och på Orkneyöarna.Jag böjde nacken bakåt och såg rakt upp i himlen. Skyhögt uppe i det blå löpte snörräta parallella kondensstrimmor från flyg på så hög höjd att planen inte själva syntes transatlantiskt flyg på väg mellan den amerikanska kontinenten och norra Europa. Vad jag såg var strimmor av längtan, spår i skyn efter människans obändiga behov av att vara där hon inte är.Eller, mer prosaiskt jag såg flygets NAT:s, North Atlantic tracks, tätt trafikerade osynliga motorvägar på mer än tiotusen meters höjd. Dagligen skapas NAT:s utifrån vindförhållandena där uppe, men hur länge till?Massflyget är inte hållbart, och allt vi tar för givet kommer att upphöra en dag. Av forntidens Samarkand återstår idag gräsbevuxna kullar, en bit utanför  dagens Samarkand med sina moskéer och marknader och hysteriska biltrafik. Jag önskar att du får allt det du saknat, om du nånsin kommer fram till Samarkand, heter det i en svensk visa från 1970-talet, men drömmarnas Samarkand finns inte mer. Den sägenomspunna staden invaderades och krossades år 1220 av Djingis Khan. I verkligheten är Samarkand en centralasiatisk stad som andra, spännande och kanske exotisk men inte unik.Den som kommer fram till sina drömmars mål blir ofta besviken. Det finns alltid något annat, någon annanstans, men att ständigt jaga det botar varken längtan eller saknad, längtans sorgsna syster.Ändå kommer längtan att fortsätta driva mig, eftersom jag är människa. Som i Eva Ströms dikt känner jag uppbrottet inuti som en tanke, en spricka. Längst inuti mig, paradoxalt nog, finns det yttersta. Djupt i mitt hjärta ligger en plats långt från fastlandets trygghet. Bara där där jag är som mest oskyddad är jag hel. Fryser yttre Hebridernas sötvattenssjöar helt till is, hjärtats sjöar, är det ute med mig, eller, nej, det är ute med oss alla.Maria Küchen, författare och kritiker

Artful Teaching
Native American Series 3 | How to Support Native Families' Connections to School | Brenda Beyal

Artful Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 15:53


34. Native American Series 3 | How to Support Native Families Connections to School | Brenda Beyal In this episode, Brenda Beyal and members of the Native American Curriculum Initiative team offer ideas for supporting Native families' connections to schools. This conversation responds to several questions submitted by a teacher who desires to help Native families find a cultural space in their school district.Native American Curriculum Initiative Websitewww.advancingartsleadership.com/naciNative American Lesson Planswww.education.byu.edu/arts/lessonsAbout the BYU ARTS Partnership https://advancingartsleadership.com/node/66Episode Keywords:families, monthly meeting, people, Native American, teachers, education, arts-integrated education, school, curriculum, trauma, Native, experiences, salt lake city, lesson plans, Paiute, title, boarding school, Utah teachers, Native teaching artists,  Utah, communityEpisode Notes:Heather Francis Welcome to the Artful Teaching Podcast. Our guests, Brenda Beyal and Emily Soderborg, are here with us. They are the program coordinator and project manager of our Native American Curriculum Initiative. Today, Brenda is answering questions that teachers have submitted about including native content in the classroom. The question we have for this discussion comes from a high school social studies teacher in the Salt Lake City School District. This teacher is aware of the Title VI Native American parent committee that meets monthly, but is concerned that they don't have a lot of attendance. They're struggling with funding and staffing and advocate positions and wants to offer more at the meeting to encourage attendance and engagement. I think the teachers' main question is, “Is there information or curriculum that I can bring to this parent committee to enhance engagement?” What are your ideas, Brenda, for connecting Native families with a cultural space that connects them with their schools?Brenda BeyalThis is a really good question, because we are all about creating curriculum, and I'm hoping that Emily will help me with that particular part. The Title VI program is a fantastic program. It's a federal program specifically to help Native American families connect or reconnect to school, culture, and language. Every district in the state of Utah should have a Title VI coordinator. The Title VI coordinators are the key to bringing families to monthly meetings and it's exciting because there are a couple of things that you can think about when thinking about Native American families. Many times we think that the Native American family should leave their children at home. But in indigenous culture, we take our children with us everywhere. We take them to the powwows, we take them to go eat dinner with us, we do everything with our children. We even go to dances with our children, you know, pack them with us and have them dance and play with us while we also enjoy ourselves. It is definitely a family event. So looking at it as a family event and seeing the positivity of intergenerational relationships would be an important component that needs to be acknowledged and validated. A monthly meeting definitely should include multiple generations. You know, food always brings people together and we can learn a lot from one another.Salt Lake City is home to many different indigenous people that come from differing tribal nations across the United States. I am just thinking in my mind right now, friends of mine in Salt Lake, some of them are Diné, which is Navajo. Some of them are Hopi. Some of them are Ute. Some of them are Choctaw. Some of them are Lumbee. I have friends who are Paiute, who live in Salt Lake City and Goshute. Bringing those families together and helping them to understand that community is also about learning about one another's culture within Indian country. I think that another way of helping families come together is maybe connecting with different organizations within Salt Lake City. The Urban Indian Walking Center has wonderful resources, and they honor multigenerational families, they honor traditional ways and learn from them. Partnering with them might be a good thing to do. Having a meeting at their center might be a good place to start. I know that the Red Butte Garden has wonderful classes and wonderful programs that welcome indigenous communities. The Museum of Natural History also is very welcoming. Those are just a few off the top of my head that I can think of.Cally Flox A lot of times when we bring people in the community together, people don't know how to serve or what they have to contribute. I'm wondering if when these families are brought together, the question can be asked: “Who are you and what do you have to offer? You're an important member of this community, do you have skills or stories or things that you can bring into the school and get to know people?” I wonder if they shared our lesson plans on our website or if they shared the Utah artist roster, and it gave people a vision of, “Oh, you mean people want to learn those stories?” “Oh, my grandmother sang me that song” “Oh, I know that person on the artist roster, maybe I have something to offer.” Perhaps sharing the resources that we've offered to teachers with the parents and families will help inspire them to realize they have indigenous art forms happening right within their own families. They have their own stories, their own oral traditions, and they may have some wonderful things to offer their school community.Brenda BeyalTying it to culture, I think is important. Coming together as Indigenous people is always such a good feeling, especially if you're far away from ancestral homes. I really like that idea, Cally. When I was teaching school—many, many years ago—Eileen Quintana showed up in my classroom, and she introduced herself as the Title VI coordinator. As she helped me learn about Title VI, and the impact it can have on Native children, and Native families within our district, I became excited. Now Eileen's office–she didn't have an office…she was hired as a Native American program manager of Title VI, so her office was in the trunk of her car. And maybe that was a good thing because what she did is she started traveling from school to school and the first people I think she sought out were Native teachers within the community, and within our district. When she told me about what she wanted to do, I was on board, I wanted to participate. She gathered a few core groups of people who have the same vision and passion and through the years has built an amazing program for the Nebo School District.I want to go back to the part where the meetings are poorly attended by the Native American parent committee. I want to offer another lens into why that might be happening. My husband had to go to boarding school when he was in Kindergarten. He went to boarding school, the first couple of years of his schooling and his experience has been something that he's had to deal with for many, many years. Knowing this, I realized that maybe there are children whose parents or grandparents are products of boarding school experiences, and therefore may have reactions or may not see school as a welcoming place. If you look at boarding school history, there are some, I'm sure, who thrived. But there are many who could not speak their language, who had their hair cut, and their way of living just completely constrained; they were no longer able to be the person that they wanted to be. Some of these experiences have possibly created behaviors, such as not liking being in a school environment. I think I would say, taking the time to look beyond that they're not coming to monthly meetings, maybe looking to see that there can be some historical trauma that might be impeding their willingness to come into a school would be beneficial. So, how about holding a monthly meeting or trying to hold a monthly meeting somewhere else, other than in a school?Cally FloxI think to help our listeners really understand the depth of what you're saying, Brenda, it's important to recall a phrase that was common in that day and age, which is, “Kill the Indian, save the man.” When we can put it into the blunt terms of what the thinking was of those leaders—those leaders thought they were to assimilate the Native Americans into white culture. And they did set out to annihilate everything about them that was Native American, or Shoshone, or Paiute, or Ute. That kind of systemic trauma leaves very deep wounds and scars and when people don't know their personal identity and when they're shamed for their personal identity, that is a deep-rooted kind of trauma that requires awareness. Where you were using careful language, I wanted to bring that phrase back into people's awareness: “Kill the Indian, save the man.”Brenda BeyalThank you, Cally. General Richard Pratt is the one who said that. Native American people were taken from their families, specifically. I think I should ask Stephanie to give us what she's learned about boarding schools, or give us a little history of it.Stephanie WestI don't have a lot of specific knowledge about boarding schools, so I can tell you some of the conversations that we've had with the native groups here in Utah, and I think it's a lot more individual perspectives. When we talked with the Paiute, Indian tribe of Utah, that was a very sensitive topic for them. It is a trauma for them, it's been a major trauma. I think that there are many individuals who, and even talking with the Navajo Nation about their experiences, they look back at them and they see that this was a tearing apart of families. Families were so integral to Native populations, to indigenous beliefs about themselves, their culture, and their connection to the land. It tore them away from their homes, it tore them away from their land and their communities, and so that's a lot of the trauma that's associated with that. However, there were multiple different perspectives. When we talked to the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute reservation about their experiences, some of them had somewhat positive perspectives on this. They said that they did have some positive experiences that came about because of that. I think it's important when we look at that, to recognize the trauma and recognize that everyone had different experiences. That definitely is probably affecting some of the families' views and their ability to connect now with education, and with their schools, and the school community.Cally FloxThose are wonderful insights about why people might feel alienated from our schools. We've shared earlier about the wonderful curriculum that we have to offer. Does someone have a concluding statement?Emily SoderborgThey talked about curriculum, wanting to know about curriculum. I just wanted to say that our curriculum, even though it is an elementary focus, so much of it can be used with any age level, it just takes a teeny bit of adapting. It can be used with families. So if you're doing The Great American Bison Lesson Plan, you can have families come together and create artwork at the same time. Or you could have families coming together to learn a song and how it connects with other songs in other cultures. I know the Title VI program in Nebo, because that's where I live. Right now their students are performing a play that they're doing at the Jim Matheson Courthouse. They're using the arts to then bring families together and they connect together through the arts.Heather FrancisIn this question, the teacher had asked about supporting Title VI initiatives with non-Native teachers. Our lesson plans are made for non-Native teachers to include native content in the classroom. So that would be totally appropriate, right?Brenda BeyalIt would be appropriate. Obviously, you would hope that you could find Native people within the community that could partner with the non-Native teacher, because I think there's always good side-by-side coaching and they see two different perspectives, and I think that it's good for our students.Cally FloxSuper. Thanks for joining us, everybody, and we'll look forward to seeing you next time. Artful Teaching is made possible by the BYU Arts Partnership in the McKay School of Education.Brenda BeyalThanks to James Huston for editing this podcast. Music was generously provided by Connor Chee, a Navajo Diné composer and performer.Cally Flox Special thanks to all of the teachers who are changing lives every day while serving in schools.Heather FrancisIf you liked what you heard, please leave us a review. You can find all the show notes for this episode and more resources at advancingartsleadership.com. And don't forget to check out our tribe approved lesson plans on the website as well.We wish you an artful journey!Follow Us:Native American Curriculum Initiative Mailing ListBYU ARTS Partnership NewsletterAdvancingArtsLeadership.comSubscribe on Apple PodcastsSubscribe on SpotifySubscribe on Amazon Music InstagramFacebookPinterestDon't forget to peruse the bank of lesson plans produced by the BYU ARTS Partnership in dance, drama, music, visual arts, media arts, and more. Search by grade level, art form or subject area at www.education.byu.edu/arts/lessons.

KSL Outdoors Show
That's A Wrap

KSL Outdoors Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 16:13


Tim and Russ talk about the latest adventurer that has taken a satellite phone out to the open seas. Navi shares details of his recent float class. It's game day for the Ute's. Tim and Navi give their prediction of the game. News of the week features the totals for snow from the first snowstorm of the season that involves an early opening day for one ski resort. It's a wrap for the 2022 boating season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Trail to 100
Ute 100 Recap | S3E12

Trail to 100

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 61:04


Jacob tell us his grueling and inspiring story about FINALLY running the Ute 100 (after we signed up for it in almost 3 years ago!)Jacob's Takeaways:-You're stronger than you realize-Don't let set backs prevent you from trying-Have a good support system-Don't look at the big picture, take it one step at a time when things feel overwhelming-Make ultra running a lifestyle-Spend a lot of time on your feet______________________________________________________________________________________________Related Episodes:Running 100 miles - season 1 episode 15Ultra-running Nutrition is NOT intuitive with Julie Shobe - season 3 episde 5_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links:Private coaching/personalized workout plans: @thepinetreerunnerUtah real-estate agent who helps runners find a home near running trails: Jacob Bateman | Exit Realty Affinity | Bountiful, UT Real Estate | 385-314-1016 (ihouseelite.com)Teton Hammock Company: Best Camping Hammock | Camping Hammock Tarp - Teton Hammock (tetonhammocks.com)Self-Defense Course for runners: Run Without Fear | Melody Bateman's School (teachable.com)Our Instagram page: Melody and Jacob Bateman (@trailto100) • Instagram photos and videos Join our beginner trail running community on Facebook: Trail to 100 | Facebook 

All Aboard the J-Train - The Jaylon Glover Podcast
Start and Score vs Washington St. // USC & bye week recap

All Aboard the J-Train - The Jaylon Glover Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 35:13


Jaylon is joined by Lyric and Cole first to recap the Ute's win over USC and their bye week prep for Washington St. Jaylon gets the start and scores a critical touchdown. The biggest plays from the game are discussed and Jaylon reveals his favorite Halloween candy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jaylon-glover/support

You've Got Lael
Ep 46: Taking Up Space with Lauren K. Roberts

You've Got Lael

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 65:51


Why is it so hard to put ourselves out there sometimes? What holds us back from going after our dreams? From believing in ourselves? From taking risks to fulfill our purpose or our deeper desires? Fear, yes. But WHY? Where does this fear come from? What do we stand to gain when we learn how to take up space? What do our communities, families and even the world stand to gain? How do we take up space when we're mindful of the privileges we hold and the fact that many people's voices are ignored and erased more than ours? Fortunately, Lauren K Roberts is here with us today to help us sort this out. Lauren Kay Roberts (she/her) is an anticapitalist, trauma-certified coach and facilitator who helps people from messy family backgrounds make an impact as community change agents. She spends most of her time supporting big-hearted entrepreneurs, nontraditional political leaders, and aspiring activists one-on-one and inside her community program TAKE UP SPACE. Before formalizing her coaching work in 2019, Lauren served as a policy aide to U.S. senators on Capitol Hill, senior campaign staffer, yoga teacher, communications and fundraising consultant, and grassroots organizer. In long-term recovery from complex trauma and mainstream Democratic politics, Lauren recently got certified as a Trauma Support Specialist to expand her deep commitment to healing systemic oppression within ourselves, our communities, and our culture. She is also mentored by anti-racism trainer, author, and yoga teacher Michelle Cassandra Johnson, and collaborates with colleagues to offer anti-oppression trainings. Lauren currently lives on Cheyenne [“shy-AN”], Arapaho [“uh-RAP-uh-hoe”], and Ute [“yoot”] land, also known as Denver, Colorado, with her husband Kyle and their two sweet girls – a kitty named Fiona Apple and a pit mix named Bisa. You can explore working with her by booking a Free Change Agent Support Call through her website www.laurenkayroberts.com or by clicking here. Let us know what stood out for you and what you would add to this conversation. See my contact links below or connect with Lauren via her website or Instagram. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Michelle Cassandra Johnson Tema Okun and White Supremacy Culture Lena West, business coach (ask Lauren for contact info) Brooke Monaghan Deepa Iyer and the Social Change Ecosystem Map Tristan Katz adrienne maree brown Rachel Cargle Harvard University: Implicit Association Tests All the F*ck In Podcast Mediocre: The Dangerous Legacy of White Male America by Ijeoma Oluo

No Offense, And
Do You Want to Burn Away Self-Limiting Beliefs? Oh, and We're Taking a Break

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 66:55 Transcription Available


20 It's the season finale baby!!!! As we have said many times, if you're going to be about it, be about it! So we are giving ourselves permission to take a break and to pivot by making this a seasonal podcast. This decision wasn't easy. It wasn't in the plan, and it's definitely not in alignment with capitalism hence why we are doing it! We discuss how we got to this point from what happened when Kelly lost her job to how Kendle discovered she lost her joy to how we overcame previous versions of ourselves in the face of conflict. We wrap up this season by giving y'all a ritual designed to release self-limiting beliefs or anything else that is holding you back from stepping into a whole version of self. We also talk about:Parts WorkVoice memos Scarcity mindset 2023 through the lens of Tarot Partial Solar Eclipse in Scorpio Many thanks to all of y'all from each layer of our hearts for being with us on this journey - please send us some feedback a la shit sandwich style!!! Resources: Many Moons Planner by Moon StudioWhat October 2022's New Moon Solar Eclipse Has In Store For You by BustleThe Big Leap by Gay HendricksThe Nap Ministry Find the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereWe acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

En Perspectiva
La Mesa de los Viernes - Parte 1 21.10.2022

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 30:10


Enrique Pées Boz, director de UTE en representación de Cabildo Abierto, se distanció ayer de la política de inversiones en energías renovables que lleva adelante la empresa y sugirió considerar la energía atómica dentro del menú de fuentes de aprovisionamiento. En una entrevista con el semanario Búsqueda, el jerarca puso en duda los planes que anunció la presidenta de UTE, Silvia Emaldi, en cuanto a adelantar inversiones en parques solares y en energía eólica. Péez Booz reiteró algunos cuestionamientos que ya había hecho respecto a inversiones en energías renovables que se hicieron durante los gobiernos del Frente Amplio. En particular, cuestionó la modalidad de contratos con los parques eólicos porque entiende que implican un costo fijo para UTE de 500 millones de dólares anuales, que se termina reflejando en las tarifas de los clientes de la empresa. Criticó también que debido a la inversión alta que se hizo en este sector, la producción mediante fuentes renovables no coincide con la demanda del mercado y, por lo tanto, provoca que haya “excedentes”. Pero además, sostuvo que, pese a las elevadas inversiones en energía renovables, UTE nunca “podrá sacarse de arriba” las centrales térmicas, que operan en base a combustibles fósiles, porque funcionan como “regulador” del sistema, ya que “de noche no hay sol” y el viento en “muchos momentos” no es el suficiente para producir electricidad. Las fuentes renovables son “inestables”. La hidráulica, en cambio, tiene “continuidad”, salvo en momentos de sequía, sostuvo. “El viento y el sol son inestables, lo que no se dice, porque todo el mundo empuja estas cosas. Hay dos fuentes que son estables: la hidroeléctrica y —lo digo bajito porque suena raro— la nuclear. Son las únicas que son estables. Las nuevas renovables no son estables”, señaló el director. Consultado sobre si habría que invertir en energía nuclear, Pées Boz dijo: “En el vecindario todos tienen. Nosotros no tenemos y debe ser un problema de fundamentación ideológica. Si Uruguay no quiere ingresar al campo nuclear, es una posición de Estado”. “Lo que digo es: otra fuente estable es la energía nuclear, que está dentro del menú de posibilidades. El tema es que tiene mala prensa y en los últimos años la solar y la eólica tienen entusiasmo desde la prensa. Evidentemente juega en desventaja”, consideró. La Tertulia de los Viernes con Alejandro Abal, Marcia Collazo, Juan Grompone y Gonzalo Pérez del Castillo.

The Power Meeting Podcast
#49: Kanye, Drink Champs & ansvaret

The Power Meeting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 53:09


Vi pratar vidare om Kanye Wests pågående rampage. Bara senast veckan har han hunnit göra stora intervjuer med Piers Morgan, Chris Cuomo och – allra mest uppmärksammat – podcasten Drink Champs. Vilket ansvar har man som programledare (och vän) att utmana sin gästs kontroversiella och ibland hatiska utspel? Hur långt får jakten på klick gå? Och hur mycket kan man komma undan med i yttrandefrihetens namn? Det, och mer, i senaste avsnittet av Så vad händer? Ute nu! Stötta oss på Patreon för regelbundna bonusavsnitt + mer! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

What Ute Need to Know
S3E15 -2022-23 Season Preview

What Ute Need to Know

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 30:07


In this episode, Tyson and Milee discuss everything "Ute" need to know regarding the upcoming 2022-23 season. From key games, to the potential starting lineup, all the way to their predictions of the Pac-12 Conference standings. The Utes are primed for a terrific run and the broadcast duo gives their thoughts on what to expect this season. Season tickets are on sale at https://utahtickets.com/wbb/. Get your tickets now to enjoy some high-level basketball. 

No Offense, And
Following Your Passions and Giving Love to All with Adrienne Martin-Fullwood

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 99:08 Transcription Available


19Per Mrs. Adrienne - pour yourself a glass of wine and strap in for a rollercoaster full of wisdom!!!Adrienne Martin-Fullwood is a director, producer, actor, mother, funeral director, mentor, advocate, business owner, and overall bright shinning star. She is the Executive Partner and Producer of 5280 Artist Co-op Entertainment Group, has been in the entertainment business for over 35 years and performed in over 100 theatrical shows and numerous voice over productions, commercials, short films and training videos. In addition to all of the above, she is a Facilitator for Kaiser Permanente's Theatrical Department to bring awareness to audiences by performing theatrical illustrations and conducting group discussions regarding Colorado's poverty and hunger issues. Oh, and she's Kelly's Mother-In-Law!!!Mrs. Adrienne exemplifies the truth that creating your own path generates joy and freedom. She beautifully guides us through shaping moments, obstacles, oppression, boxes and self-limiting beliefs she overcame and how she learned to love herself through it all. She provides us with tools she uses to move through anxiety, to cultivate self-love and what her definition of success is. The wisdom, knowledge, and insight she offers into the journey of life, how to operate from a place of love, find the good in people - including yourself - and live for the now is truly a gift! We are so honored to share this with you all. We also speak about: Not allowing other's to dictate who you areHow we are all different and all the sameColorismGetting out of your own way Listening to gut feelingsSurvival modeHow love is loveCorporate AmericaAcknowledging people's presence Resources: Mrs. Adrienne's upcoming play:King Headly: April 27 - May 21 2023, Colorado Springs, COFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

Frischetheke
67 - Ute und Frank, was ist die Mission?

Frischetheke

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 73:00


Ute und Frank sind Missionare. Sie waren in Argentinien. Und sind jetzt in Gotha. Was ist ihre Mission? Und was ist Mission überhaupt? Darüber sprechen die beiden mit uns und außerdem über Gemeinschaft, Gebet, Scheitern und Verlernen, das Heilige und wie man sich zurück nimmt. Links: Senfkorn Gotha: https://senfkorn-stadtteilmission.de Buch "Begleiten statt erobern": https://www.neufeld-verlag.de/shop/begleiten-statt-erobern/ ----------------------- Diese Folge ist gesponsert vom mbs Bibelseminar. Ihr könnt dort die Ausbildung als staatlich anerkannte:r Erzieher:in machen oder ihr könnt Erzieher:in plus kirchlich anerkannte Gemeindepädagog:in werden. Und draufsetzen kannst du zum Beispiel den Bachelor Soziale Arbeit oder die Qualifikation in Erlebnispädagogik. Wenn du während deiner Berufsausbildung intensive Gemeinschaft erleben möchtest, dann ist das MBS (Bibelseminar) in Marburg das richtige für dich: Entfalte deinen Glauben und lebe zusammen mit den unterschiedlichsten Menschen in verschiedenen WGs. Es sind noch wenige Plätze für das gerade begonnene Schuljahr frei! Und mit dem Promocode FRISCHETHEKE22 sparst du dir die Anmeldegebühr von 100€. Bewirb dich für das laufende Schuljahr (noch bis 15.11.2022) oder für das kommende. Hier geht's zur Bewerbung: https://mbs-bibelseminar.de/bewerbung/online-bewerbung/

No Offense, And
4 Minutes to Cleanse and Clear Your Energy - a Meditation

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 8:16 Transcription Available


18I am energy. You are energy. We are energy.The words we use, experiences we have, people we engage with, dreams we dream are all instances in which our energy can be absorbed or given to something else and times we can absorb energies that are not ours. This simple mediation guides us in returning our energy to ourselves and the energies we no longer wish to hold with love. It is an excellent exercise to incorporate into your morning or evening routine or at any time you feel want to cleanse and clear your energy. Resources: Breath deeper, move energies, and find community with mustard shower evolutionFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

Black Cat Report
EP 16: Skinwalkers: Origins, Powers & Encounters

Black Cat Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 80:23


Before the famous Skinwalker Ranch, the Ute had claimed Skinwalkers were a curse put on them by the Navajo. But why? In our first installment of our 'Slow Series' building up to a deep dive into Skinwalker Ranch, we explore the origins, history, and reality of the Skinwalker. SUBSCRIBE! Don't forget to subscribe so you can catch future shows. PLEASE RATE & REVIEW:

All Utes - FanNation
Utes Fight On, go for TWO, and Win vs USC

All Utes - FanNation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 36:33


Lyric and Cole break down the Ute's nail-biter victory over the USC Trojans. They also discuss what this win means for the program and this season going forward.

City of Books
#45 Coming Out: Author Andrew Meehan On Discovering He Writes Love Stories

City of Books

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 41:30


Andrew Meehan is nailing his colours to the mast. He writes love stories, he says – although it took him until his third and most recent novel to recognise it. It was only as he was working on his latest novel, Instant Fires, that realisation dawned. “Halfway through I discovered, ‘Andrew, you write love stories. OK, it took you a while to cop on to the fact it's what you do'.” Looking back, he understands that all three of his novels are love stories. “You write what you want to read,” concludes Andrew. “We all get put in boxes and some of us invite ourselves into certain boxes and I'm now embracing the fact that I'm a writer of love stories.“ The novel is about two strangers who meet over the course of a week in Heidelberg, Germany, and feel an instant attraction – despite the woman, Ute, being convinced love is not for her. Their courtship is  “diffident, gentle, awkward” and is characterised as a prelude to love by Andrew's publisher.  Instant Fires by Andrew Meehan is published by New Island. More here:  https://www.newisland.ie/fiction/instant-fires

No Offense, And
Intense Purges, Downloads, and Subliminal Messages – Our Juicy Life Update

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 74:21 Transcription Available


17PSA: Kendle gags a lot in this episode !!And then we got high... take a ride with us this week as we decompress from the stress of launching the podcast! We speak to what we are learning about ourselves through the lens of children, Saturn Return, change, releasing ourselves from boxes, social media, and meditating. We also talk about:What playing hard looks likeBody shaming males faceLetting the cycle of rebirth happenLayers of intentionality The subliminal nature of white supremacy Humans tendency to gossipConditioning to care about material items more than human lifeResources: Sarah Faith Gottesdiener - tarotscopes and moreYuka App - scans food and cosmeticsFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

Utah Man Podcast
Utes look to get back on track

Utah Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 78:02


The Utes drop a game against UCLA and the defense did not look good. Cameron and Scott let it all out and are joined by former Ute starting QB Jordan Wynn to get his insight and thoughts on the Utes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

KSL Unrivaled
Players Club: Devin Kaufusi talks UCLA loss

KSL Unrivaled

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 23:06


Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell were joined by Utah defensive lineman Devin Kaufusi to talk about the week that was for Ute football. Follow UnRivaled on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Speak Your Piece: a podcast about Utah's history
Season 5, Ep. 3: Historical Struggles for Water: Westwater (Navajo) and the Uinta Reservation (Ute) - Join us @ the Annual History Conference: "Water at the Confluence Past and Present"

Speak Your Piece: a podcast about Utah's history

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 34:07


Date: September 19, 2022 (Season 5, Episode 3 - 35 minutes long). Click Here for the Utah Dept. of Culture & Community Engagement version of this Speak Your Piece episode.  Are you interested in other episodes of Speak Your Piece? Click Here.Here are two audio samples from the October 26, 2022 state history conference "WATER AT THE CONFLUENCE OF PAST & FUTURE'' (Provo Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, 101 West 100 North, Provo, Utah). To join Utah's annual history fest click here. In this episode director of Utah's Indian Affairs Dustin Jansen and ethnohistorian Dr. Sondra Jones, offers sneak peeks into their conference session “Native Utahns: The Struggle to Get and Use Water."  This episode was co-produced by James Toledo (Program Manager, Utah Division of Indian Affairs).Jansen relates the recent history of Westwater, San Juan County, Utah, a rural Navajo community on the edge of Blanding, Utah, which has struggled for fifty years to get water and electricity. Jansen speaks to the combined efforts to overcome long standing obstacles, led by Utah Lieutenant Governor Deidre Henderson, along with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Utah State Legislature. Jones speaks of the very long road (1861 to the present) for the Ute people gaining access, then losing by forced sales (eminent domain) and finally gaining ownership to water flowing through the Uinta & Ouray Reservation. This includes the backstory to the Strawberry Valley Reservoir–Utah's first public works project drawing water from the Colorado River drainage system–and the beginning of the federally funded Central Utah Project. The Utah Division of State History and Utah Museums Association are combining their conferences this year (back to back -- museum conference October 24-26 and the Utah history conference October 26). Bio: Dustin Jansen has been since 2019 the director of the Utah Division of Indian Affairs. Originally from Coyote Canyon, New Mexico, he was born and raised on the Navajo Reservation. Attending school at Utah Valley University (UVU, Orem, Utah), BYU (Provo), and at the University of Utah, Dustin then graduated with a Juris Doctorate from the S.J. Quinney College of Law. From 2006 to 2015 he served as a tribal judge at the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation. In 2015 he was appointed program coordinator for the American Indian Studies program at UVU. Photo courtesy of the S.J. Quinney School of Law, University of Utah. Bio: Dr. Sondra G. Jones has a PhD in history from the University of Utah in American and Native American History. Sondra is an adjunct professor in the History Department at Brigham Young University, and is the author of Being and Becoming Ute: The Story of an American Indian (2019).  She is also the author of numerous other books and articles on the history of the Ute Nation.  Do you have a question or comment, or a proposed guest for “Speak Your Piece?” Write us at “ask a historian” – askahistorian@utah.gov 

No Offense, And
Box Breathing – a Simple and Effective Way to Calm the Mind and Nervous System

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 8:18 Transcription Available


16Do you feel stressed? Do you wake-up in the middle of the night and struggle to fall back asleep? You are not alone and we've got your back with this powerful tool!!!Box breathing is a 4-part breath sequence which lowers stress and calms the mind and the nervous system by activating the parasympathetic nervous system. It is called “box” breathing due to the fact that this method is done by counting to four four times creating a box-like pattern. With everything, it takes time to get into a flow and feel confident so please give yourself grace while you are learning and allow self to go slow! Resources: How Box Breathing Can Help You DestressFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

No Offense, And
Influential Tools and Lifestyle Changes Kelly Integrated to Overcome a Season of Depression

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 42:42 Transcription Available


15 If anyone hasn't told you lately, look back at it!!In this solo episode, Kelly is living life on her honeymoon/anniversary and reflecting on the changes in her mental, spiritual, and physical state from a year ago at this same resort. She takes us through the tools, perspectives, and mindset shifts she has been tapping into to help move out of depression. Talk about metamorphosis!!!She also talks about:Tarot cards she pulled for inspirationWhat depression shows herThe effects of living too much in masculine energyBirth controlHow the body holds onto trauma Taking things in neutrally Resources: Kelly's Pilates Instructor: Tammy Brighton, Pilates in Parker Yoni Steam Accessible Therapy: Betterhelp - They have financial aid and offer significant discounts if you pay for months/a year at a time.  Book: The Values Factor by Dr. John DemartiniBiddy TarotFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

Jake & Ben
Players Club - Dalton Kincaid, Utah Tight End

Jake & Ben

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 8:52


Utah Tight End Dalton Kincaid joins Jake & Ben to talk about the Ute's upcoming game on the road against UCLA.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

No Offense, And
How Giving Fear a Name Rooted in Love Can Shift Our Relationship with the World – an Exercise

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 21:35 Transcription Available


14Raise a body part if you're living with fear!! **all bodies suddenly levitate**On this lovely Monday, Kelly talks about the fears that have been activated through the process of buying a house during this tumultuous time of inflation. We discuss scarcity mindset, how Kelly is using aspects of her Human Design chart to help her relax into this decision and why naming our fear and creating a loving relationship with it can help us manage living with it. Kendle then guides us through a moment of deep breathing and silence to begin the process of discovering a name for our fear. We also talk about:Sleeping on decisions How the universe tests our growth The reptilian aspect of the human brain Resources: Find the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

No Offense, And
Has Birth Control Become of Right of Passage Simply to Make Money?

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 54:48 Transcription Available


13Activation warning: involuntary sterilization and medical testing, suicidal ideation, and toxic relationships with abuse are mentioned in this episode. Birth Control's primary purpose is not to prevent pregnancy, it's to make the rich richer.Kelly and Kenny dissect their relationships and journeys with birth control. We discuss what we wish we knew back then and what Kelly learned from the documentary, The Business of Birth Control. The documentary provides incredible insight and we learn how birth control is, as all things are, rooted in white supremacy.We also talk about: Being an AquariusConditioning doctors receive from Big PharmaHow birth control changes your personalityConditioning to be ashamed of our periods and bodiesKnowledge is powerEarth is school How ignited we feel by creating this podcastPS: Sagittarius is a fire sign not air heheResources: The Business of Birth Control: website and documentaryWomb Healings at Cosmic TeaInfo on Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)Find the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence. Support the show

No Offense, And
A Calming Sequence of Guided Breathing with Claudia Nanino

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 26:30 Transcription Available


12Using our breath to calm our minds and bring us into the present moment!?  Count us in!!Claudia is back and is bringing wisdom, tips, and guidance to this self-love Monday! We discuss how foundational breath is, the benefits of nostril breathing and then Claudia lovingly guides us through a series of 3 different breathing techniques: Three-Part breath, Alternate Nostril Breathing, and 4-7-8. We also talk about:Email Apnea Cultivating a relationship with your breathThe Vagus NerveResources: Instagram: @amarsi.claudia and @amarsi.crystalsClaudia's Breath Tutorials: AmarsiGo to: Claudia's Retreat Sep. 30th - Oct. 3rdBreath by James NestorHow to Do Three-Part Breath by Life For MeAlternate Nostril Breathing: Benefits, How To and More by HealthlineThe 4-7-8 Method That Could Help You Sleep by CNNFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

Tree Speech
Embracing Autumn

Tree Speech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:48


We are so excited to be entering into our fourth season with an exploration of this magical time of year, the Autumnal Equinox! Much gratitude to our guest, Heather Porter of Animisma podcast for her moving thoughts and insights regarding this time of year, and the benefits of sacred rot. To find out more about her, please visit her website, thepathofintegrity.com. Heather is a writer, storyteller, and advisor. She's been called an empath, a sensitive compass of compassion, and a 'Rosetta Stone' for the soul and was led to her work through a lifetime of translating the intersections of the ecological, spiritual, and scientific for others. Rooted in her Celtic ancestry, those who lived closely to the land, waters, and seasons, she lives as an animist and her work contemplates the myriad aspects of a sovereign life, seeking to reveal the wonders of the natural and the etheric in service of connection, reverence, and deep, honorable communion. Spirit, grace and a deep, unyielding love of the Earth are at the heart of all she does. She has undertaken depth studies in animistic, shamanic, Celtic, and Eastern spiritual practices and holds a Bachelor of Environmental Science with Honors and a Master of Environmental Law. Her bloodlines are of the Norse-Gaels, the Picts, and the Insular Celts and she was raised in Sydney, Australia on the unceded ancestral lands of the Cammeraygal Clan of the Eora Nation. She currently resides in Denver, Colorado, on the traditional lands of the Ute and Arapaho Nations and the Oceti Ŝakowiŋ, the Seven Council Fires. To learn more about Tree Speech, please visit treespeechpodcast.com. We're thrilled to be able to offer interviews, creative insights, and stories about the natural world we live in, and the trees who guide our way. Please consider supporting us through our Patreon - every contribution supports our production, and we'll be giving gifts of gratitude including an invitation to Tree House, our new virtual community for patrons of all levels. Please also consider passing the word to tree loving folks, and rate and review us on Apple podcasts. Every kind word helps. Visit us also on instagram @ treespeechpodcast. This week's episode was written and recorded in Massachusetts on the native lands of the Wabanaki Confederacy, Pennacook, Massa-adchu-es-et (Massachusett), and Pawtucket people, in New York on the land of the Lenapee tribes, and Colorado on the traditional lands of the Ute, and Arapaho Nations and the Oceti Ŝakowiŋ, the Seven Council Fires. Tree Speech's host, Dori Robinson, is a director, playwright, dramaturg, and educator who seeks and develops projects that explore social consciousness, personal heritage, and the difference one individual can have on their own community. More information at https://www.dorirobinson.com Logo design by Mill Riot. Special thanks to the Western Avenue Lofts and Studios for all their support. Tree Speech is produced and co-written by Jonathan Zautner with Alight Theater Guild. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/treespeech/message

No Offense, And
Growing Forgiveness and Compassion through Plant Medicine and Breathwork w/ Claudia Nanino

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 90:52 Transcription Available


11Are we the same ship or a new ship? Claudia Nanino is the epitome of how we are bothClaudia is a mother, master breathwork facilitator, crystal curator, and an explorer of non-ordinary states of consciousness. She was born in Colorado to immigrant parents and in 2016, returned to Denver after a devastating divorce. To help with the blame she held for the divorce and the struggles she had with addictive behaviors, she sought out nontraditional self-development and healing modalities after more Western approaches felt out of alignment and left her stuck in logic and disconnected from her heart. As she began to rebuild her life, her spiritual evolution was catapulted by the various teachers, healers, and practices she was saying yes to leading her to leave her corporate career and create Amarsi, a soul-led business connecting people to their breath and the earth. In this intimate conversation, we dive into all of the above and sit with the wisdom Claudia brings from her experiences working with plant medicines, learning to become comfortable with being in discomfort, and what she would tell her younger self. We also talk about:Spread addictionThe chemical drive behind addictionBoundaries: radical honesty and discernment Developing compassion and forgiveness for self Ego death and experiencing non-duality Learning to buy from a place of joy vs. validation Investing in selfHow vulnerability is a superpowerResources: Instagram: @amarsi.claudia and @amarsi.crystalsShop Crystals: AmarsiBreathe: AmarsiGo to: Claudia's Retreat Sep. 30th - Oct. 3rdFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence.Support the show

Speak of the Devils
Episode 327 - A New Era & A Battle with Utah

Speak of the Devils

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 184:16


What a difference a week makes. A shocking loss, a sudden coaching change, and the start of Pac-12 play. We take a deep dive into the state of the ASU program with Ralph Amsden (18:58). Then, we go behind Ute lines with Utah insider Patrick Kinahan (1:24:02) before giving our game preview and predictions. Stay tuned after the episode for the full audio of Shaun Aguano introductory press conference. Don't miss our emergency episode in which we dive into the end of Herm Edwards' tenue with Hod Rabino of DevilsDigest.com

No Offense, And
The Power of Answering the 7 Whys - a Journal Prompt

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 6:57 Transcription Available


10Do you know why? Kelly sure had to discover hers! After last week's episode, we felt called to share the exact exercise Kelly used to dive deep towards the root of her reasons for wanting to have money and start this podcast. Kelly explains the backstory of finding this prompt, how to utilize it, and takes us through each level of her whys. Resources: Asking the 7 Whys To Get To Your TruthFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor Follow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence. 

No Offense, And
Utilizing Tarot Cards for Inspiration and Discovering Your Why

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 32:04 Transcription Available


9 Three cheers if you're working through that detrimental scarcity mindset !!!In this solo episode, Kelly tells us about her magic candle - the tarot card it held and the messages of this card. She dives deep into the assignment the tarot card gave her - discovering her why! As she dives in, she takes us through her upbringing around money and the scarcity mindset she is trying to overcome. She also talks about: The meanings behind the cards she pulled for inspiration Resourcefulness from having grown-up without financial stability How the conditioning Kelly received around money has made her feel as if nothing is ever enoughHow money is energyResources: Biddy TarotSecrets Maroma BeachManifesting Money PodcastFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandinstagram:@nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence. Support the show

No Offense, And
Effective Inner Child Work, Magic Mushrooms, and New Epiphanies - Our Juicy Life Update

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 61:50 Transcription Available


8Are the farts us or the couch!?From realizing we have been lacking in gratitude to recognizing when we are projecting our wounds outward, the updates are deep and raw. We share the insights gained from therapy, trips (physical and metaphysical alike), and talking with our spirit guides and inner children.We also talk about: Making phone folders affirmations Quality TimeParts Work (a therapeutic approach)Sitting in the seat of higher self Living in the masculine Imposter Syndrome Resources: Rachel Ricketts Maira Holzman of Somatic Therapy Partners - Kendle's TherapistChrysalis Haze - Kelly's Business Find the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor Follow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence. Support the show

Dave and Dujanovic
2 females accused of attending U of U game topless with only body paint

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 18:37


The caper of 2 females accused of getting inside Ute football game at the U of U ...  topless...with only paint on their chest... raised eyebrows & ire of fans, caught the attention of police. Let's find out what's next for these 2 women. KSL Newsradio Reporter Lindsay Aerts joins the show to explain the story. Greg Skordas, KSL Legal Analyst joins the discussion to discuss the legality of this situation and what could come from it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dave and Dujanovic
September 13, 2022

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 111:18


Inflation falls to 8.3% in August with 0.2 % drop  If you were hoping inflation bubble would burst as fast as it blew up...you're wrong. New Inflation numbers released this morning... Here's one headline (MSNBC) -- inflation falls to 8.3% in August. It only dropped 0.2 % -- is it time to hold off on the victory dance? Mark Hamrick, Senior Economic Analyst with Bankrate joins the show to share his insight. The moments leading up to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II It's be nearly 5 days says the death of Queen Elizabeth II had been reported, actions have begun to plan for Queen Elizabeth's funeral and allow many to share their respects.Patrick Reevell, ABC News Correspondent, London, joins us to explain the next steps leading up to the funeral of the queen. 9:50 -The stigma of men and domestic violence  A bull rider returned to Utah to ride in the Utah State Fair Sunday night ... and after his ride fell victim to domestic violence. Police say it was a bullet that ended 27 year old Ouncie Mitchell's life in SLC this week -- at the hands of his gf. Jenn Oxborrow who is a therapist that works with Domestic violence victims, joins the show to discuss men and domestic violence. 2 females accused of attending U of U game topless with only body paint The caper of 2 females accused of getting inside Ute football game at the U of U ...  topless...with only paint on their chest... raised eyebrows & ire of fans, caught the attention of police. Let's find out what's next for these 2 women. KSL Newsradio Reporter Lindsay Aerts joins the show to explain the story. Greg Skordas, KSL Legal Analyst joins the discussion to discuss the legality of this situation and what could come from it.  New poll: 70% of Americans feel our politicians are too old A new poll from CBS states that 70% of Americans think our politicians are too old...should there be a maximum age limit in politics? Dave and Debbie discuss and take listener calls.  Ukrainian troops put pressure on the Russian forces  Let's dive into an update on the war in Ukraine.. the country is standing their ground..The Ukrainian troops put the pressure on the Russian forces and made them run for the boarder...Ukraine's counter offense has produced major gains and a massive hit to Moscow's military. Boyd Matheson Host of Inside Sources joins D2 to discuss. Will countries cut ties with the monarch following Queen Elizabeth's death? As the world prepares for Queen Elizabeth's funeral, what is happening on the world stage? Nick Mason, Professor of British Literature and former Director of European studies at BYU joins the show with his insight.  How parent social media use effects children mental health Usually when we talk social media and cell phones it's adults telling kids -- don't spend too much time on your cell phone!  Listen up parents: a new BYU study shows the more time parents spend mindlessly scrolling social media the more likely your child will suffer depression. Lois Collins, Reporter with the Deseret News, joins the show to share information about the study. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network
Equestrian Adventuresses: Working with Horses Around the World

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 40:22


Who has not dreamed about working with horses around the world? Cantering an Arabian horse through the desert or guiding a trail ride through the African bush? Sanne has done it all and writes a blog about her experiences. Today she talks with Ute about how to find jobs and opportunities to ride and work with horses abroad and how you can earn money while travelling.Show Notes:https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2022/08/31/horse-podcast-ep-272-working-with-horses-around-the-world/Support the show

All Aboard the J-Train - The Jaylon Glover Podcast
1:6 Two TDs in Debut Performance!

All Aboard the J-Train - The Jaylon Glover Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 35:07


Jaylon is joined by Cole and Lyric to recap the week 1 loss vs Florida, the massive week 2 win vs SUU in which Jaylon scored his first two touchdowns as a Ute, and discuss news in college football including the updated CFB Rankings. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jaylon-glover/support

No Offense, And
3 Ways to Utilize the Mantra 'Peace Begins With Me' - an Exercise

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 18:02 Transcription Available


7 Are you in need of some grounding and re-centering!? You are not alone!!!On this self-love Monday, Kendle takes us through two sequences of layering the mantra 'Peace Begins With Me' with intentional breathing and touch. These versatile techniques are excellent for any moment when you could use a little extra something out in public, in the office, or when you are wanting to be intentional with the energy you are putting out into the world. We also talk about:How Kendle discovered this mantraAdditional ways to use this mantraSweaty HandsResources: How to Meditate with a Mantra: A Simple Technique You Can Use Anywhere by Gabby Bernstein Find the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandinstagram:@nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence. Support the show

Catholic Women Preach
God's Compassion with Laurie Cassidy, Ph.D.

Catholic Women Preach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 7:25


Preaching for the Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Laurie Cassidy offers a reflection on the familiar parable of the prodigal son: "Don't these family dynamics feel familiar? Aren't these circumstances the very places where we feel lost and stuck. It is tempting to want the parable to spell out a resolution, to offer a roadmap home, give an assurance that in the end 'we can all get along' if we just follow the divine directions. But could it be that parable invites us to experience something better and beyond our imagining -- God's compassion right at the very places we feel lost, vulnerable, stuck, and powerless? Jesus seems to be offering us compassion as 'a way out of no way'." Laurie Cassidy, Ph.D. is a theologian, anti-racist activist and spiritual director. She currently teaches in the Christian Spirituality Program at Creighton University and was associate professor in the religious studies department at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania. An award-winning author and editor her latest book, Desire, Darkness and Hope: Theology in a Time of Impasse is edited with M. Shawn Copeland. Her forthcoming book is entitled Praying for Freedom: Racism and Ignatian Spirituality in America. Over the past thirty years Cassidy has been engaged in ministry that facilitates the intersection of personal and social transformation. Raised in Massachusetts she now makes her home in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, traditional homeland of the Ute in Colorado. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/09112022 to learn more about Laurie, to view her video or read her preaching text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.

No Offense, And
Have You Heard about the Oppressive History of Abortion Control?

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 52:29 Transcription Available


6Activation warning: the following topics are mentioned and/or discussed: abortion, racism, white supremacy, non-consensual sterilization, and religious persecution.  Did you know when we speak about Roe v. Wade we aren't actually speaking about abortion? In this episode, we learn about the backstory of Roe v. Wade and how its roots, like everything else, can be found in white supremacy. We process, we grieve, we generate hope and find support from Mother Earth. We also talk about: What the year 2022 is about energetically Age of AquariusRonald Regan The Religious Right How white supremacy is a virusEnergy can neither be created nor destroyedA portion of the proceeds from this episode will go to organizations womxn's health / abortion care. For additional support please reach out to Kendle via mustard shower evolution Resources: Healing Your Thousand Year Old Trauma by Resmaa Menakem (medieval Europe)Untamed by Glennon DoyleWe Can Do Hard Things Podcast by Glennon Doyle - Abortion: Family Meeting on Four Things to Do NextAbortion in the Middle East and North Africa by PRBThe Fall of 'Roe' Was Driven by Our Country's Original Sin: Anti-Blackness by Renee Bracey Sherman & Tracy Weitz For Decades, We've Helped Open Abortion Access, Here's Where We'll Go Post-'Roe' by National Network of Abortion Funds & Abortion Care Network  Aycee Brown - 2022 foundational yearPlanned Parenthood Cobalt Abortion FundFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselorFollow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. Support us

No Offense, And
Regulate Guns Not Uteruses - Our Juicy Life Update

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 40:29 Transcription Available


5 Activation warning: this episode is largely focused on the overturning of Roe v. Wade. It's about time the government was saged don't ya think!?In this bonus episode, we speak about the peaks and oh so obvious pit of our week as we catch-up on what is happening in each other's lives and self-love journeys. As the events of this week were jarring to say the least, we take deep breaths, dive into foster care statistics, guidelines for protest posters, social media posts, and conversations surrounding the overturning of Roe v. Wade. We also talk about:What Kelly is daydreaming aboutFear is a control mechanism How Kendle just wants everyone to read the freaking room Our low sex drives Kendle's homework assignmentA portion of the proceeds from this episode will go to organizations womxn's health / abortion care. Resources: Foster Care Statistics all about love by bell hooks Cobalt Abortion Fund Planned ParenthoodFind the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor Follow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence. Support the showSupport the show

No Offense, And
I Love You Body, I Love You Titties - a Guided Experience

No Offense, And

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 15:58 Transcription Available


4 Don't have titties!? No Worries!! Please join us in giving love to each part of our bodies!!! In this episode, Kelly tells us about how she began speaking to her womb in hopes of easing the anxiety about having crippling period pains on the day of her wedding. She brings us through the intention and energy she sent to her womb space and how grateful she felt when her period began. And then Kendle guides us through giving love to all parts of our body with breath, words, and laughter.  We also talk about:The change in mindset having appreciation for the body can generate How we are conditioned to have severed connections to our bodies Fun fact: if you weren't born with a physical womb - you have an energetic one!!! Resources:Find the full episode transcription hereSuicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988 to be connected with a trained professional Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor Follow us on:  TikTok: @nooffenseandInstagram: @nooffenseand_podcast @kelly.haze @amustardshowerEmail: nooffenseand@gmail.comSend us your feedback hereSubscribe to our email list here We acknowledge we are operating on the occupied land of the Ute, Arapahoe, and Cheyenne peoples colonized as Denver - we pay our respects to those past, present, and future. We also acknowledge this statement is not enough and are committed to giving a portion of our proceeds to the people whose land we occupy and are in the process of getting a true land reverence. Support the showSupport the show

Crimson Corner Podcast
Breaking Down The Florida Gators

Crimson Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 31:16


On this episode of the Crimson Corner host Michelle Bodkin invites the host of Locked On Gators to give all the details on Utah's impending matchup with Florida. Brandon Olsen dishes on how things have been going under new head coach Billy Napier, how the team is looking, along with some concerns. Olsen goes in depth about what he feels like each team would need to do to win the game, and exactly what the atmosphere at the Swamp is really like. Finally, Olsen gives a heads up about some of the places Ute fans should hit up on game day in Gainesville. You can follow Michelle Bodkin @BodkinKSLsports and Brandon Olsen @WNS_Brandon.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Running New Mexico Podcast
Episode 120 - Lan Yazzen; Dine Runner and Ute 100 Finisher

Running New Mexico Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 71:46


This week I had the pleasure to speak with Lan Yazzen. He is a recent finisher of the Ute 100. We talk about his start in running, beginning with growing up on the Navajo Nation and the traditions his mother taught him. We then talk about how he got back into running later in life. Lan talks about jumping up in distances and finding new ways to challenge himself. He also talks about training while making time for his family. He talks about his kids being out at the races as well. I really enjoyed talking with Lan. There is so much that he talks about that is relatable. I found myself laughing a lot, but he's so positive and just keeps going. I'm excited for what he does next. Cross country season is in full swing. Most APS schools opened their seasons at the Macen Holderman Memorial Cleveland Invite. It was a muddy and fantastic event. I hope you take some time to find a way to support your local team. It is also marathon training season. The fall schedule is packed full of goodness. Good luck to all in their goals. Listen to your bodies, hydrate, and keep running, New Mexico.