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You know how every day someone asks "how are you?" And even if you’re totally dying inside, you just say "fine," so everyone can go about their day? This show is the opposite of that. Hosted by author and notable widow (her words) Nora McInerny, this is a funny/sad/uncomfortable podcast about talking honestly about our pain, our awkwardness, and our humanness, which is not an actual word. From American Public Media.
 
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Adventuremind
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Joshua Loya lost his eyesight in an accident with nunchucks when he was 15. At the time, he had no meaningful martial arts training. In the years since, he went on to study martial arts in earnest. Joshua continues to train in several different arts, as well as pursue an adventure lifestyle through surfing, skateboarding, rock climbing, skydiving, and jumping off of perfectly good buildings.. Joshua is also an unashamed geek and lover of fantasy, comics, and science-fiction. He shares his ex ...
 
Life Matters is your guide to contemporary Australian life. Be part of rich conversations on relationships, family, parenting, education, work, health and consumer issues.
 
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Lighthouse of Hope
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Lighthouse of Hope, is a weekly half hour show dedicated to helping anyone with a mental illness or their family, friends, employers, teachers and many other people. Mental illness affects about 1 in 5 New Zealanders. With the right help and support the overwhelming majority of people who experience a mental illness can improve significantly, find ways to manage it and find a positive way through.The show combines the latest research, personal stories and practical advice to help anyone who ...
 
A conversation exploring the three pillars of MOVEMENT, COMMUNITY and MINDSET, helping people transform their lives from ordinary to EXTRAordinary.
 
Welcome to the Optimistically salty podcast, where real life is happening. This is going to be awkward.
 
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Skydiver, ninja, Producing at the nexus of beauty and programing to develop visual solutions that inform and persuade. Check me out on Dribbble or Medium.
 
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baked with friends
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Hey, this is my podcast. Check it out!
 
Anything & Everything Philly
 
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Life's a Beach (HD)
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Ever wanted to swap the daily grind for a life of fun, sea and sun in a tropical paradise? Chris Stear beat you to it. Young, hot and carefree, he's living the dream in the coastal town of Ponta do Oura in Mozambique. Miles away from the boring nine-to-five, earning a living means a little luck and a lot of odd jobs. In this video series, we go from surf session to cocktail.
 
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Casey Legler speaks of being a world record breaking swimmer, a recovering alcoholic and the first woman signed to a male modelling agency. Good guides on which fish we can eat, native title between locals cuts red tape, winging it on a canal, and how witches were women working in teams.
 
Paying more attention to arthritis. Could the perfect burger be meat free? Modern Dilemma: hot under the collar and cross about the bun.
 
What more can be done to address the risk of violence from white supremacists? Monica Tan on "Stranger Country" and belonging in Australia. Witches, an exploration of the work women do together.
 
Thousands facing welfare payment problems as a result of ParentsNext. Meet Casey Legler: Olympic athlete, world's first female male model, and recovering alcoholic . Burning Question - what species of fish are the best to buy if I'm trying to be sustainable?
 
In the first of three episodes from Pittsburgh, PA, we talk with three women about how the ripple effects from a shared public tragedy have affected their lives. You can catch up with TTFA on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook using @ttfapodcast. Nora's Instagram is @noraborealis. You can pre-order Nora's new book - No Happy Endings - from her web ...…
 
Blake and Dom chat to LIVIN cofounder Casey Lyons about the organisation, mental health awareness and suicide prevention.
 
Talkback: do you think about the ethics of what you buy? Working as a female ride share driver. Life In 500 Words - winging it on a narrow boat.
 
Queensland high schoolers become the first girls in the world proven to be as confident as boys. Tasmanian couple hands back 118 hectares of land to local Aboriginal communities. The work outfits changing the trajectory of women's lives .
 
The impact of looking after everyone else's needs, how to break teenage screen addiction, the complexity of bird behaviour and a true story of being in an open relationship.
 
Could the next family car you buy be electric? Meet the zero-waste parents whose monthly landfill rubbish can fit into a jar. Modern Dilemma: dishing the dirt on the workplace kitchen.
 
Why winners shouldn't always be grinners. Writer John Birmingham on the death of his father and living through grief. How should we be talking to our children about sex?
 
Listening to and believing survivors key to keeping kids safe. Talkback: Do you and your partner fight about money?
 
I have been recording and deleting episodes for weeks. And the longer I put off being brave, the more I worry about perfection. So today is about getting it done, sharing and letting go of my deep hope to please everyone.
 
Sad! And Lucky! Those are things you can be! Includes an essay from Nora's book, No Happy Endings, available where books are sold except like, Walgreeens. But always at noraborealis.com/book. You can catch up with TTFA on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook using @ttfapodcast. Nora's Instagram is @noraborealis. TTFA is public media. Which means we ...…
 
Blake breaks down some client success stories from the BMF and how successful people or habits often leave obvious clues if you're willing to look for them.
 
Forgotten Australians and aged care: how to avoid repeating childhood trauma. The sneaky decoy effect making you spend more. Teen Matters - beating screen addiction.
 
Is the 'work' you're doing emotionally draining you? What can we learn from our backyard birds? Honeysuckle Creek and the first man on the moon.
 
Ndaba Mandela, and the relationship with his famous grandfather, how the workplace can aid our personal fitness, the romance behind two of Cradle Mountain's greatest supporters, and should you remove ear wax?
 
How this generation of feminists is putting inclusivity at the centre of their agenda. Senior Victorian of the year Alison Harcourt on life and statistics. ABC Open: Open Hearts. Modern Dilemma: the vegan child and the birthday party.
 
When loved ones go missing how do we help those living with the unknown? The love story that opened Tasmania's Cradle Mountain to tourism. How Hassan got to Uni: the journey from goat herder to scholar.
 
Religious school chaplains face an uncertain future. Private investigator uses free business support to launch herself. ABC Open - my great grandfather's shed. Burning question - do we need to clean out earwax, or should we put the cotton buds down?
 
Jenny and Michelle are twins. Twin telepathy, switching places, the whole deal. Pat and Teddy are big parts of Jenny and Michelle's lives, but no one has been HERE before. You can catch up with TTFA on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook using @ttfapodcast. Nora's Instagram is @noraborealis. You can pre-order Nora's new book - No Happy Endings - fr ...…
 
Critics say medicinal cannabis regulation is failing patients. Life in 500 Words - testing yourself. Talkback: being an older parent.
 
Has compassion been hijacked by do-gooders? Lessons Ndaba Mandela learned from his grandfather. Unlocking the barriers to exercising at work.
 
Residents on our city fringes aren't just missing out on services, they're missing community too. Why restorative justice beats punitive response in teenage shoplifting, why empathy can get in the way, and top health apps as judged by researchers.
 
Devices and LED globes are more damaging for our sleep than we first thought. Slam poet Jesse Oliver on becoming himself. Modern Dilemma - how do you get your gaming partner out of the house?
 
Creating community in the suburbs. How much of a role does empathy play in being a good person? Representing same-sex parented families in children's books.
 
How survivors of child sexual abuse are being affected by the Pell verdict. ABC Open: Night fishing with Dad. Talkback: returning to work after cancer.
 
Deya and Sandra are two moms who are stuck at the intersection of maternal love and uncertainty. You can catch up with TTFA on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook using @ttfapodcast. Nora's Instagram is @noraborealis. You can pre-order Nora's new book - No Happy Endings - from her website at noraborealis.com/book TTFA is public media. Which means w ...…
 
How to support the sensitive, "orchid" children in your life to thrive. When there's no word for dementia. Teen Matters - how to deal with shoplifting.
 
Why the internet is helping more of us believe things that aren't true. Why are women leaving surgical training? Is that healthy living app worth the cost?
 
Today's podcast is a special shared episode with our good friend Chris Barnes from his podcast Amplified Wellness.
 
Ana Jacob is a woman with a curious mind, unafraid to share her ideas on what it means to live life with a disability. She is currently raising money for a wheelchair accessible vehicle. Her fundraising effort can be found at www.gofundme.com/road-roller This podcast is sponsored by Anchor
 
Fancy a short job in Kenya over summer? What could possibly go wrong. How to not let food scraps fall into apartment land fill, the power of being fabulous and overcoming family expectations of body image.
 
When our goals sabotage our happiness. The Two Toms ask if you heard what they saw. Modern Dilemma - is it ok to text at all times of the night?
 
Masculinity in the #MeToo era. The reason we've been wearing jewellery for centuries. Lofty Fulton - the man with the big voice.
 
Every wedding has a at least a little bit of drama. For Mai Neng Moua and her mother, Yer Vu, their mother/daughter wedding drama was about who they were, and who they wanted to be. You can catch up with TTFA on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook using @ttfapodcast. Nora's Instagram is @noraborealis. You can pre-order Nora's new book - No Happy En ...…
 
Are we ready for pandemics and antibiotic resistance? When your overseas job turns into a nightmare. Burning question - how can you compost if you've got no backyard?
 
How you can get the most out of seminars, books and learnings and not waste opportunities.
 
Talkback: the key to good leadership. Life in 500 Words: a life's evolution. Changing our idea of beauty.
 
Is it time for a concerted public health campaign on hearing? The devastation of burying all your cattle. What does it mean to be fabulous?
 
The dreadful feelings around moving a loved pet to a better place, India and Indigenous performers unite over climate change, finding new people online for friendship and nothing else, and a 39 year old theatre program giving women inmates a chance to self express.
 
Greeting to the Warriors! + Feedback + How did I go blind? + Onward... to Judo! + Talkin’ ‘Bout Love! + Servant Warrior Definition This podcast is sponsored by Anchor
 
Would you drink recycled waste water? A Family Outing - 20 years on. Modern Dilemma: the adults-only wedding.
 
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