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Best Nature Unplugged podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Nature Unplugged podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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The mission of the Nature Unplugged podcast is to cultivate consciousness in the digital age. That means creating healthier relationships with technology and getting folks more connected to nature. Technology, media use, and screen time are becoming more prevalent and certainly play an important role in our lives. Through our work and personal experience, we’ve also noticed that they can be a significant barrier to goal achievement, balanced living, and happiness. There’s also a large and gr ...
 
The digital age has taken away our sense of balance. We are over-connected and overworked. We suffer from social and technology overload. We rarely experience the joy of solitude or the respite of nature. We are always on. We never turn off.The Getaway Podcast looks at how we got here, and how we can regain our balance.
 
Join Louise Poole (973FM Brisbane) as she gets up close and personal to some of the biggest names in music, television, film and entertainment.
 
The Soap Opera is a wholesome, DIY soapmaking podcast hosted by Dallas Wheatley, the owner of the sensitive skin soap business Shire Suds.
 
A podcast where we talk about Tuberous Sclerosis Complex and other related issues. TSC is a disorder as common as ALS that causes benign tumors to grow in different organs of the body. Tune in to hear parents/caregivers and professionals alike, discuss special needs issues related to TSC which are relevant to all affected by special needs. The nature of TSC and special needs management requires one to become an explorer of uncharted territory; to wrangle care from many facets of the healthca ...
 
Save more and spend less is more than just a motto for money expert Clark Howard; it’s a way of life. Clark and his crew — Team Clark — are on a mission to empower people to take control of their personal finances by providing money-saving tips, consumer advice, hot deals and economic news to help everyone achieve financial freedom. Clark is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and a consumer reporter for television stations around the country. His podcast, The Clark Howard Show, rec ...
 
Board Game Blitz is a 30 minute bi-weekly podcast about modern board games and card games hosted by Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal.
 
The S’more Outdoor Podcast is based on the premise that spending more time outdoors is beneficial for our emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual well being, that everyone needs to incorporate the outdoors into their life and experience the Nature Effect. Join host and Certified Enthusiast of the Outdoors, Brett Traudt as he dives into the challenges we all face living in an online world and how we have become trapped in our own electrical paradise. Brett interviews Authors, Entrepre ...
 
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In this episode we speak with Julie Chambers, founder of Rios Music Project. We know that music improves brain health and function in many ways and that it’s just plain good for us. We explore the benefits of creativity and music for individuals and families in the digital age. Julie Chambers SHOW NOTES: BIO: Julie Chambers started teaching music o…
 
Google search results now present in a way making it more difficult to distinguish between results and ads. Anyone can be buying those ads which could be scams, rip offs and fake companies. Legit ads are also there but you should know what’s an ad. There’s almost no delineation anymore to tell you something is an ad. “Ad” is in tiny type and they c…
 
We face unknowns with the Coronavirus outbreak. Some practical matters to be aware of. Historically, odds favor the virus not becoming widespread in the U.S and Canada. The travel industry is in ongoing response mode. Isolation has begun with Chinese cruises generally canceled around affected areas. Airline policies vary including refunds on flight…
 
In episode 3, you'll hear from several Getaway guests about what happened when they took a break from the daily grind with a loved one - stories of breakups and makeups, marriages, and even a story about boiled peanuts. Thanks for listening. Use promo code MOMENTS at checkout for $20 off a Getaway at www.getaway.house Sound design, audio editing, a…
 
The Soap Opera was created by Dallas Wheatley. If you liked what you heard, please rate and review the show in Apple Podcasts, or tell your friends and family about it! Spreading the word makes all the difference. If you have any questions about soap, tools, or ingredients, you can contact me on Patreon, on Twitter @ShireSuds, on Instagram @ShireSu…
 
Clark’s quote for a modern home security system came in at $2700 + $25 a month monitoring or $300 a year. Meanwhile, Clark’s been touting self-install systems for years so he decided to give it a try. Clark looked at Nest, Ring and Simply Safe on cost and features. Clark bought the Ring system for $179 on sale at Costco, complete with motion sensor…
 
Nikki Lawley is a former pediatric nurse, former blackjack dealer and much more, who went from a full active life to chronic daily pain and other debilitating symptoms after suffering a traumatic brain injury on the job in 2016. This is the story of how it happened, what happened and how she's been able to move from existing in survival mode to hav…
 
Clark discusses the expenses many retirees don't consider when they are planning for retirement. Some call them "stealth expenses." It's important to have a plan as you get closer to your retirement date and to have your eyes open about what your incoming and outgoing funds will look like. An auto shop owner paid off his long-time employee's mortga…
 
Other than recent initiatives in California, the U.S. is lagging when it comes to internet privacy protections. This spring, strict online privacy rules for anyone under 18 will go into effect in Britain. For underage citizens, personal information will be private. If a kid is using YouTube, Google can’t track that use. No tracking, data mining or …
 
In some states people are able to shop their natural gas service. Regardless of state, know that natural gas prices have collapsed. Projections are this will be a mild winter, with an oversupply of natural gas available. The price at wholesale has collapsed to now 1/8th of what it was just 15 years ago. Other than electronics, prices tend to move u…
 
This week it's all about the highs and lows of unpaxing! Jay and Matt went to unplugged, and Jerika got the couch edition! Now it's time for us to tell you all about the pax experience... one pax later. Listen this one got a little delayed in the pipeline, okay? But perhaps with the recent pax san antonio fresh in your minds you'll be.. nostalgic! …
 
A Bankrate survey has found that of those with $100k to $200K net worth, more than half are carrying credit card debt. The psychology of this is important. There’s an old expression that describes this: Keeping up with the Joneses. When someone lives in an affluent neighborhood and drives an older car, they may feel like the odd person out, and see…
 
Did you know that spending time in nature can unlock deeper creative patterns of thinking? In Episode 2, we'll meet several of our Artist Fellows who find inspiration in nature and spark creativity when stepping away from the city. Check out some of the work from the artists featured in this episode:Nicole IG @nicolepollettastudioNate IG @natebitti…
 
Vehicles are one of the largest purchases in life. To protect your finances, drive your car till the wheels fall off. Certain vehicles stand the test of time. Christa reads listener posts about how Clark has missed the mark in his advice this week. If you have a "Clark Stinks" to share you can leave it here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
“You are here for a purpose. There is not a duplicate of you in the whole wide world; there never has been, there never will be. You were brought here now to fill a certain need. Take time to consider what it might be.” Lou Austin. This happens to be one of Daniel Price’s favorite quotes and as you will see and hear, has truly framed the way Daniel…
 
A senior gets a call from someone pretending to be a relative in trouble asking for money. This scam preys on seniors desire to help loved ones, resulting in millions of dollars in losses to seniors every year. Should banks and other financial firms be doing more to protect seniors? Banks are required by law to put through a lawful transaction. Laz…
 
Ambie and Crystal discuss Draw Your Own Conclusions, Grand Austria Hotel, Mystery House: Adventures in a Box, and Chocolate Factory. We then talk about board game challenges and resolutions and how they can affect your gaming.Recent Games: 0:51Gaming Resolutions: 17:33Outro: 28:53Bloopers: 29:48Draw Your Own Conclusions: https://boardgamegeek.com/b…
 
Many younger adults have no expectation of privacy. For others, there’s a clear expectation of privacy. Know when you download an app there’s the risk they’re packaging, selling and reselling your information. Californians now have a clear right to control what info is collected about them and what is done with it. The good news Clark shared last w…
 
This week friends of the podcast Rachelle (The Drunk Phytologist) and Ethan (Takkun363) Lapham bring us a special episode about the behaviour and ecology of every ones favourite Ursine Strigiformes - Owlbears! Featuring: Rachelle (@DrunkPhyto) Ethan (@takkun363) Join AIR, Jerika (@lvl15druid), Jay (@YourDMJay), Leap (@Leapachesskey), Haley (@heyyle…
 
In November Clark reported on the anti-college mindset and provided stats on how much more a person makes over time with any level of post-high school education and training. The numbers were starkly in favor of further education. A counterpoint has emerged from a study conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. The study tracked net worth…
 
A large percent of publicly traded companies are losing money right now, even in a decade-long strong economy. But we’re moving into a feast / famine cycle of employment and what you know can help you. The general trend now is that big companies are reducing headcount by attrition. They’re not filling open positions. Meanwhile the smaller local and…
 
In the first episode of Season 2, you'll hear from our Founder Jon Staff about his decision to take a break from burnout and opt into nature. Then you'll meet Sharon, a Getaway guest who contemplates a major life decision during some time away from her routines. Thanks for listening. If you're ready to book your own escape to nature, use code SEASO…
 
Since the Truth in Lending Act does not apply to small business, instant loans to small businesses is a major rip off area around the country. There’s no requirement to disclose junk fees or interest rates on these loans. As a small business owner, Clark receives about 10 offers a week. Though there are ethical lenders, there are too many bad playe…
 
I was honored to interview Tiffani Goff, mother, blogger, author of Loving Tiara: A Memoir on the podcast. I followed Tiffani’s journey with her daughter Tiara who had TSC for several years on Facebook as she shared glimpses from her day to day life with an incredibly challenging presentation of TSC, one that would ultimately claim Tiara’s life. I …
 
There's a heavy wave of discounts this January in addition to historical discount patterns for this time of year. Fitness equipment is a deal now. Buy used and check out Craigslist and Facebook neighborhood groups. CES is pushing the latest high tech TVs. But unsold Christmas TVs are deal right now both online and in-store. Housewares and bedding a…
 
Coming soon. Sound design, audio editing, and original music by Arlen Hart Ginsburg.IG @arlenginsburg https://www.arlenginsburg.com/ Produced by Haele Wolfehttps://www.haelewolfe.com/IG @dailysquigBy Getaway
 
January bring a LOT of travel deals. Clark talks about how to grab them. If you get internet from cable and there’s an increase, check out what the monopoly phone company charges. Be very wary if you still get legacy cable TV. Those rates are going way up to compensate for cord cutters. While your at it, consider going to streaming to save money. T…
 
In this episode we speak with Jontue Koff founder of At Play Occupational Therapy Services. We explore the power of movement and play and why it’s so important for you and your family. Jontue Koff SHOW NOTES: BIO: Jontue Koff is a licensed and registered occupational therapist who received her Masters in Science from Columbia University. She founde…
 
Congress just passed the SECURE Act which modifies how retirement plans work. The RMD – required minimum distribution has changed the age requirement from 70.5 to 72. Also, small employers can now ban together to offer low cost 401k plans to employees. This capacity will gradually emerge over the next year, putting small employers on a more equal f…
 
This week it's the return of the 12 yays of christmas-adjacent holiday-period. We're discussing our favorite things of last year, and the things we're still buzzing about from two years ago! There's really no clearly defined rules or parameters! We're making it all up as we go! All this and we make some promises for the future on... INSIGHT CHECK! …
 
Edmunds.com research covering the first 9 months of last year finds that 1 in 3 who traded in a car at a dealership were upside down on the trade-in car. They owed more than the trade-in was worth, averaging $5K. They rolled that debt into a new deal, and leave even more upside down on a different car. This is a disaster. A year ago a dealership F&…
 
The CDC reports a massive decline in the smoking, down to 13% of the adult population. The same week, a dramatic decline in lung cancer was reported recently. And more people are living 5 years+ after diagnosis. In addition, the British Journal of Sports Medicine finds that if you run, even just once a week, you reduce the risk of early death from …
 
R.J. Cooper, Founder & CEO of R.J. Cooper & Associates is an inventor, technologist, and student of human behavior. RJ has always carried with him the goal of wanting to help as many people as possible. His interest in the area of assistive technology began over 30 years ago when he was studying to become an electrical engineer at the University of…
 
2 months ago Clark shared a Bankrate survey finding ATM charges have hit an all time high. Banks are looking for every possible way to take advantage of account holders, charging $4.75 on average for ATM use. You have alternatives. Discount broker Charles Schwab offers banking services, a pioneer in 0 fee ATMs worldwide + no foreign currency junk f…
 
Some workplaces now have the open vending room, equipped with digital cameras. You can register a credit card via fingerprint for ongoing charges, or pay per use. Half the options available are fresh, healthy choices. Improved vending choices is a trend around the country. The industry national association has an agreement to self regulate and make…
 
Snow skiing is a very expensive hobby. There are many bargains available for getting to the slopes and skiing. CO and UT are the 2 biggest ski zones. Because of extreme airfare competition in the Denver hub, it's ultra inexpensive to fly to CO. Plus there's been a massive expansion of limited service interstate hotels in CO. So skip the fancy lodge…
 
If you have a need to call customer service, be aware they have a great deal of info on their callers. They may know everything you ever purchased from them, how profitable you are, complaint history etc. Your profitability index score determines how much customer service you'll get. Ultimately the big data that companies keep and buy, means we kno…
 
The Soap Opera was created by Dallas Wheatley. If you liked what you heard, please rate and review the show in Apple Podcasts, or tell your friends and family about it! Spreading the word makes all the difference. PAX is a series of gaming conventions held in Seattle, Boston, Melbourne, Philadelphia, and San Antonio. Founded by Jerry Holkins and Mi…
 
Historically, 1 in 5 Americans move each year. But the Census Bureau finds we are relocating at a much lower rate today, closer to 1 in 10 moving each year. People are staying put, primarily because dual incomes make it more difficult to move. This save people money over time. There's enormous cost in both selling and buying a home - generally 10% …
 
Coming next year: the electric Ford Mustang SUV - faster than any Mustang muscle car before. Electric vehicles will get steadily cheaper with longer range. The baseline Mustang SUV will cost what any average SUV costs in the U.S. - around $36K. In the next few years, hundreds of electric vehicles will be introduced. They cost almost nothing to oper…
 
In this episode, my guest is Ricardo Rivera-Acevedo, Chief Science Officer and Director at Ecovita Health Corporation, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada working to initiate and manage a medical cannabis extraction facility and guide research and development of new therapeutic products. Ricardo is host of the Cannabis Science Podcast, the first we…
 
People have become comfortable subscribing to most anything. But cars is a new frontier. The first efforts at car subscription services appeared in 2017, all aimed at the luxury market. $1 - $2K a month bought a rotating fleet of vehicles as desired. Current services limit changeouts. There are now subscription services competitive with typical veh…
 
One Minnesota senior living center is renting out vacancies to nearby college students. Students in residence volunteer hours to senior citizens for discounted food and lodging. Winona State students and seniors benefit alike - Win - win! The mutual benefits of this cross generational opportunity are immeasurable. Meanwhile the predicted demand for…
 
We're back this week in the sacred craft of Santa-mancy, We're diving deep into the holiday cheer by hand crafting the ultimate santa. But while we're hard at work on this.. truly incredible santa, we will also be discussing some science fiction we like and our takes on running holiday adventures! All this and more.. ON INSIGHT CHECK! Featuring: AI…
 
Google has the most sophisticated search tool for finding travel bargains because they acquired a key industry database. That combined with Google's data capabilities yields up-to-the-second info. They've added a feature allowing you to shop flights to adjacent airports while shopping flights between selected airports. Google.com/flights is able to…
 
Retailers now use third party data services to determine whether you get to return an item, regardless of their return policy. "Machine learning" big data companies are crunching data on us all different ways and issuing secret scores, very different from credit scores. The NYT reports on these outfits including Retail Equation, and one called Sift…
 
In Clark's almost 33 years on the air, an unmistakable trend has emerged. In his first 15 years, there weren't questions about saving and spending in retirement. Since then, retirement questions have increasingly arisen. Why no questions early on? In the 1980s and 90s, people retired with pensions. Today almost nobody has a pension. People know it'…
 
Ambie and Crystal discuss some Graphic Novel Adventures (Captive, Sherlock Holmes: Four Investigations, and Your Town), Nokosu Dice, and Fafnir. We then talk about Crystal's time at PAX Unplugged.Announcements: 0:59Recent Games: 2:02PAX Unplugged: 14:03Outro: 32:44No Bloopers: 33:39Captive: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/207898/captiveSherlock…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Professor Petrus de Vries, Sue Struengmann Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Academic Head: Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Cape Town, South Africa and Alexis Minnaar, English and Geography tutor at DawnCroft Alexis was diagnosed with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, at the age of two. Prof. de Vr…
 
A week out from Christmas, many have put themselves in a financial bind. Clark felt that those who used budgeting apps were the type who really didn't need them. But research shows a clear benefit to these apps for problem spenders. People who employ spending apps immediately cut back on food and beverage costs by almost 20%. Overall spending drops…
 
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