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Welcome to the Charlotte Mason Show a podcast dedicated to discussing Miss Mason’s philosophy, principles, and methods. It is our hope that each episode will leave you inspired and offer practical wisdom on how to provide this rich living education in your modern homeschool. On Wednesdays you can listen in on discussions with Charlotte Mason mammas, interviews with seasoned homeschool parents, and even CM 101 classes. On Fridays, you can get a weekend boost of encouragement with audioblogs r ...
 
That New Mom Life, a new podcast from Parents Magazine, is here to hold your hand through those first bleary-eyed, isolating months of parenthood, when you’re not even sure what day it is.Each week, co-hosts Grace Bastidas, Editor-in-Chief of Parents Latina, and Desiree Fortin, mom of triplets and a newborn, share the mic with leading experts and fellow parents as they talk sleep deprivation, body changes, making mom friends, and more. No topic is off-limits!For more information visit parent ...
 
PDX Parent Podcast is a podcast by the editors of the popular PDX Parent magazine and website. Our editors discuss the hottest parenting trends in Portland, the places to go, the things to do, and the other info you need to get you through those long days and short years.
 
Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Download the accompanying slide presentations here: additudemag.com/adhd-expert-webinars-index (look for the episode number). Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from telephone conversations, not recorded in a s ...
 
Pregnancy Confidential is a series of 32 podcasts designed to be accessed weekly by expectant moms. Hosted by editors from Parents and Fit Pregnancy and Baby magazines, each 10-20 minute podcast walks listeners through the physical, emotional and/or lifestyle markers of that week of pregnancy. The tone is friendly, fun, and conversational—you can read the medical information about pregnancy elsewhere. This podcast will be your best friend taking you through the real feelings—the joy and the ...
 
Join the North South Makers, friends and DIY bloggers Charlotte Smith (from the North) and Erin Spain (from the South), as they discuss all things making and momming. Whether sharing their favorite furniture hacks or discussing the best power tools for a rookie builder, Erin and Charlotte approach making with humor, practicality and a design eye. With 8 kids and ten years of decorating, building, and blogging between them, Erin and Charlotte are experts in the fields of breakfast cereals and ...
 
Our show captures the magic that sparks when kids and best-selling authors meet up in person to collaborate and grow original stories inspired by children's story ideas! Each episode ends with a story time read aloud by the author. Our show has been featured in Wired, Parents, The New York Times, and Common Sense Media and was The Week Junior magazine's 2020 Podcast of the Year. It is hosted by Betsy Bird, and Story Seeds' theme song and music is composed and performed by Andrew VanWyngarden ...
 
Mac Watson Talks voted BEST PODCAST by Phoenix Magazine's 2020 Best of the Valley Readers' Poll. We explore current events through emotional connections, real-life experiences, and humor. New episodes are uploaded every Tuesday and Friday. Bonus content uploaded to Patreon every Monday.
 
TheGeekParent is an online magazine and internet radio talk show that combines modern living with geek entertainment. We inspire savvy parents with today’s innovative culture, entertainment, education, and digital trends. Our focus educating, entertaining, and connecting geek parents with their nerdy kids in today’s digital age. We feature reviews, ratings, and articles for and about technology, innovation, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) Education, board games, video g ...
 
Laugh til you cry. Cry til you laugh. That’s parenting, and that’s the PakMag Parents' Podcast! We at PakMag want to go on the parenting journey with you. And we're bringing the experts along for the ride. Get the answers to those questions we've all asked ourselves a million times and lets make this whole parenting gig a bit smoother. Join us every week as we speak to a parenting expert, discover the latest in parenting products, apps and trends and attempt to make sense of this weird, wack ...
 
Freddie Sayers from online magazine UnHerd seeks out top scientists, writers, politicians and thinkers for in-depth interviews to try and help us work out what’s really going on. What started as an inquiry into the pandemic has broadened into a fascinating look at free speech, science, meaning and the ideas shaping our world. Due to popular demand here is a podcast version of our YouTube — available to watch, for free here or by searching ‘LockdownTV’. Enjoy! And don't forget to rate, like a ...
 
Magicmaman vous a concocté une bulle d’humour avec sa chroniqueuse préférée, Marie Perarnau, maman sans fard de quatre enfants qui relate son expérience sur France 5, sur son blog et dans les pages du magazine Magicmaman avec sa rubrique, Primi et Multi, les chroniques parentales. Il y a les Primi (pares), qui appréhendent les joies de la maternité (et ses aléas) et les autres, Multi (pares) - et récidivistes - mères comblées et un peu débordées de plusieurs enfants. Égales face au quotidien ...
 
My name is Sigga Dogg and I am an Icelandic sex educator and writer. My mission is to change the way we talk about sex by using humor, honesty and facts. - Feel free to take a peak inside my brain by listening to the podcast! - I always carry with me a collection of various genital photographs (shot by me and my partner) to promote genital and body diversity that I hand out for free. #sexuality #sexologist #sexed #Iceland Changing sexual perception and encouraging open and honest communicati ...
 
With over 24 years of community development experience, Braswell is the executive director of Fathers Incorporated, a company he formed in 2004. Since its inception, the agency's main focus has been on the development of support services for fathers through the capacity building of not-for-profit organizations and education of the broader public, to include policy makers, government, business, faith-based and philanthropists. In 2011, Braswell changed the agency's mission to become the numbe ...
 
Chauntel is a Dating & Development Coach based in the United States of America, in the Los Angeles area. She has been giving Dating and Relationship advice for the past four years, and has a serious passion for helping people reach their fullest potential in both their personal and professional lives. She gives Dating and Relationship advice on her Blog, as well as Seminars & Trainings. She specializes in helping individuals address the challenges they face and provides them with progressive ...
 
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It all started with an Instagram post. Over the weekend, the Royal Academy thanked those “for bringing an item in the RA shop by an artist [Jess de Wahls] expressing transphobic views to our attention.” The item in question? A collection of floral embroidered patches that can be attached to clothing. Her crime? Writing a blog in 2019 in which she s…
 
Voted BEST PODCAST in Phoenix Magazine's 2020 Best of the Valley Readers' Poll Current Events: Airport workers cooling off How hot is it? Summer fun in Phoenix Scottsdale couple with COVID-19 were fully vaccinated Pride Month Spotlight: first openly gay player in NFL s'MACdown: Economy still struggling as businesses reopen The Last Word: Baby Mia b…
 
We were really delighted that Richard Dawkins agreed to come on LockdownTV to discuss “Scientism” and his new anthology of writing about science literature, Books do furnish a Life. It turns out that Mr Dawkins’ view of “Scientism” is that it is a “dirty word used by people who are critical of scientists” — so that was a relatively brief part of th…
 
Welcome to the 100th Episode of The PakMag Parents Podcast! Over the last 100 episodes we have learnt so many amazing tips, tricks and lessons from some incredible guests from all over the world. And to mark this very special occasion, we have one of my favourite parenting authors to be our special guest on today’s show. For over 40 years, our gues…
 
Tim Elliot's June 19 June cover story 'No way out' looks at father Kamalle Daboussy's fight to bring his daughter Mariam and her three children home after she married into a family of Islamic State sympathisers and then - willingly or unwittingly - crossed the border into Syria, where she has remained for the past six years. Tim is joined by The Ag…
 
Voted BEST PODCAST in Phoenix Magazine's 2020 Best of the Valley Readers' Poll Current Events: Queen cuts cake with a sword Wild fire smoke over Phoenix Excessive heat warnings this week in Valley Girl Scout cookie controversy over child labor U.S. workers are quitting their jobs s'MACdown: Record temperatures this summer The Last Word: Cats in the…
 
Professor Susan Michie, a behavioural psychologist who sits on the all-important Sage committee, made headlines last week by appearing to suggest that social distancing and wearing facemasks should remain in place “forever”. The Professor of Health Psychology has been an outspoken advocate of strict lockdown measures, both serving on Sage’s Scienti…
 
The pandemic has thrown traditional ideas about politics upside down. In a sense, it has been the ultimate triumph of the technocrats, with phrases like “following the science” and “trusting the experts” becoming commonplace; but notions like shutting national borders and moving governments onto a 'war footing' are more typically associated with th…
 
Stuart Rintoul's June 12 cover story 'Debunking Dark Emu' argues Bruce Pascoe’s best selling book, Dark Emu, devalues pre-colonial Aboriginal peoples by suggesting they were farmers, irrigators and builders when there is no substantial evidence to prove this. Rintoul interviews veteran anthropologist Peter Sutton and archaeologist Keryn Walsche, wh…
 
Voted BEST PODCAST in Phoenix Magazine's 2020 Best of the Valley Readers' Poll Current Events: Arizona's gas chamber Excessive heat warning next week Are plexiglass barriers just hygiene theater? Pride Month Spotlight: Phoenix s'MACdown: Arizona wildfires The Last Word: Vermont man says he mistaken his gunshot wound for bee sting Support the show (…
 
When Maya Forstater first started expressing “gender critical” views in late 2018 (ie that biological sex is real and important), she was a researcher at a progressive think tank called the Centre for Global Development. Her views caught the attention of the bosses in Washington DC — and one dismissal, one tribunal verdict and an appeal judgement l…
 
Money plays such an important role in our lives; however, most adults don’t know the basics around investment and compound interest. So how can we teach our children the importance of money so they don’t make the same mistake we did in the future. On today’s episode I chat to author and money expert Jai Hobbs about how we can help our children unde…
 
Voted BEST PODCAST in Phoenix Magazine's 2020 Best of the Valley Readers' Poll Current Events: Arizona's state-run vaccination sites closing Beer and pot vaccination incentives Pride Month spotlight: gender identity terminology s'MACdown: Crappiest neighbor ever The Last Word: Tempe man kills and eats roommate's pet rabbit Pickles Support the show …
 
This specific episode which we released in June 2020 is featured on CBC Podcast Playlist this week in an episode titled "Feel good stories for when you need them most." Though it originally aired last summer, we're giving it the good ole' encore treatment—along a brief update from our host Betsy Bird on some exciting new happenings in the Story See…
 
When 49.1 million viewers tuned in to watch the Harry and Meghan interview on Oprah, the drama that unfolded left many victims — not all famous or royal — in their wake. One such casualty was Ian Murray, the head of the Society of Editors, who came out to defend the British press against the claim made by the Duke of Sussex that the industry was ra…
 
Michael Harry's June 5 Food & Drinks issue feature story 'True Brew' explores the burgeoning world of boutique booze brands with low or no alcohol. Joining Harry on the podcast – with moderation from Good Weekend editor Katrina Strickland - is freelance writer Brook Turner, who wrote a 2018 Good Weekend cover story 'Hi, sobriety: Our changing relat…
 
Do you get anxious, depressed, have autoimmune issues or gut problems? Then you may suffer from the MTHFR gene mutation. Now don’t worry, this isn’t a bad thing, and there are many ways to overcome these symptoms. Our guest today is Stacey Turner who is a Nutritionist and Dietitian. Despite her understanding of the effects of foods, the environment…
 
Any decent list of the most influential living philosophers will include Peter Singer. For nearly 50 years, the Australian ethicist has been at the forefront of progressive politics — his ideas about animal rights and effective altruism have shaped those debates ever since the 80s and his brand of utilitarian progressive thought continues to domina…
 
At first glance, the Enneagram might look like another “personality test,” and personality factors significantly into it. But it goes much deeper than that. It helps us see core fears, motivations, desires, strengths, blind spots, stressors, and sins that most often trip us up. When used in Christian contexts, it shows us aspects of God’s character…
 
Voted BEST PODCAST in Phoenix Magazine's 2020 Best of the Valley Readers' Poll Current Events: Federal governmet says employers can require COVID-19 vaccinations Saguaro side blooms indicative of climate change s'MACdown: Vandal sprays swastika on car of black family in Maricopa The Last Word: Florida man goes on a burglary spree Support the show (…
 
Summerfair 2021 will be held at Coney Island June 4th, 5th and 6th. Summerfair will feature more than 300 fine artists from all around the country. Summerfair has grown into one of the oldest continuous art fairs. Artists exhibit their art at the fair in categories such as photography, painting, wood, ceramics, fibers, leather and jewelry.…
 
Cate Doty, Author, Mergers and Acquisitions. Doty is a writer and a former editor at The New York Times, where she worked for nearly 15 years, including as a wedding announcements writer, presidential campaign reporter, and a senior staff editor on the Food desk. As a guest on the show, Cate new book Mergers and Acquisitions is a behind-the-scenes …
 
Dr. Ian K. Smith, Author, FAST BURN!: The Power of Negative Energy Balance. Dr. Ian Smith is an New York Times bestselling author and new anchor host of the syndicated television show The Doctors. Dr. Ian joined Sunday Morning Magazine to celebrate the releases of his 20th book, FAST BURN!: The Power of Negative Energy Balance.…
 
Deb Haas, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati; Shannon Sellers, Mike’s Car Wash. Mike’s Carwash teams up with Big Brothers Big Sisters for their 12th straight “Get a Wash, Give a Future” fundraising event on Saturday, May 8th. Benefitting youth mentoring programs in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, Mike’s will donate half the proceeds of all …
 
Steve Harryman, Author, Char’s Gift: A Remarkable Story of Hope through the Storms of Life. As a guest on the show, Steve Harryman compares his late wife, Char, to a 100 watt bulb who could light up any room. Despite the fact that she spent the last 24 years of her life battling a cancerous brain tumor.…
 
Justin Baldoni, Actor, Film Director and Producer, Author, Man Enough: Undefining My Masculinity. Justin Baldoni is known for his starring role on the CW hit series Jane the Virgin as the director of 2019’s box office hit Five Feet Apart and 2020’s critically praised feature film Clouds. Baldoni stopped by Sunday Morning Magazine to talk about his …
 
Voted BEST PODCAST in Phoenix Magazine's 2020 Best of the Valley Readers' Poll Current Events: Doomsday mom Lori Vallow Daybell and husband Chad Daybell finally indicted for murder National Foster Care Month s'MACdown: Arizona's economy post-pandemic The Last Word: Black bear spotted in North Phoenix Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/macwat…
 
Did you know that 92% of people don’t achieve their goals, maybe this is because they were never taught how to? The power of goal setting is an important life lesson for our children to learn. It brings purpose, pride and success in their future, so how can we ensure they understand this practice and will continue to aim high? That’s where internat…
 
Few books have had as great an impact on western society in the 21st century as Ibram X. Kendi’s ‘How to be an Antiracist‘. Published in 2019, the book argued that it was not enough to be neutral on racism: you had to be actively fighting it, otherwise you were on the side of the racists. Moderation meant complicity and silence equalled violence. A…
 
Kate Holden's May 29 story is an excerpt from her book 'The Winter Road' about the killing of environmental compliance officer Glen Turner in northwest New South Wales, for which farmer Ian Turnbull was later sentenced to 35 years in prison. Kate joins Good Weekend deputy editor Greg Callaghan to explain how the murder of Turner has been described …
 
Julie discusses the practices of Morning Time and Tea Time- why they are important to include in your homeschool and resources to make these times a pleasure for you and your children. Get your FREE Summer Morning Time Packet » http://agentlefeast.com/podcast
 
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