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Best Growingup podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Growingup podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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This podcast explores the trials and tribulations of growing up in today’s world. Filled with discussion, debate and a few facts here and there, Lucie tries to find a way to make peace with the inevitability of ageing and what it means to grow up. Striving to find the perfect blend between existential crisis and humour, that will satisfy every millennials' deep seated fear of ageing, and some how attempt to find lightness in the greatest of fears, even wrinkle related ones.
 
My podcast is about what it's like in my late 20's, the issues facing my generation, and more. I plan to speak with people nearing 30 and older, to get a real perspective on what this time means in the grand scheme of things,
 
Were the "good old days" really so good? Was parenting easier back in the day or is that just an illusion? What about being a kid? Was it better then...or now? That's what I'm on a mission to find out in my new podcast, Parenting Then and Now. Join me on this strange trip, won't you?
 
Hosted by Daniel and Noah, two life long friends, Sippin' and Swearin' is a podcast that gives us an excuse to drink and talk about all of life's happenings, politics, and whatever else we want. Come join us. ******************** Send feedback to sipnswear@gmail.com Follow our twitter @SipNSwear ******************** Go to sipnswear.com for the latest news and merchandise
 
Welcome to The Young Money Podcast, hosted by financial advisor and lifestyle planner Ross Marais. On this podcast, we will be talking with and about all things young people, including travel, lifestyle, business, relationships and of course money.
 
A podcast conversation between Zella, Ezra & Daddy.
 
Growing up as a young adult isn't really easy and finding love isn't any easier. This is a podcast dedicated to the crazy stupid stories of how a young adult, Freddy Tong, tries to navigate his early 20s.
 
Houston, we have a podcast. Welcome to the show on how to moonwalk your life. Think interdimensional roller coaster, but for your mind. We take big adventures and even bigger ideas, from science, to explore the ordinary – from how to be a better thinker to (most important) how to be better human being. Whether scientists or provocateurs, discover the wrinkles in everyday life. Uncover more at moonwalkpodcast.com.
 
Get some tea and join unlikely best friends, John and Hiroko, as they dive into the past to share childhood stories, ponder life’s strange changes, compare cross-cultural notes, and discuss the differences between growing up in the evangelical midwest and a single parent home Japan.
 
Challenging the Collective is a podcast from the founder of popular wellness and lifestyle blog, On Adulting. Katina Mountanos has created a space where we can question everything...so that together, we can all make conscious choices for the improvement of our lives and our world. She and her guests push your thinking on topics such as spirituality, self-care, minimalist fashion, green beauty, impact investing, healing methods, entrepreneurship, and so much more. So, slow down for a bit and ...
 
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This week is another Coffee on the Meaning of Life. In this episode Lucie sits down the Madeleine to talk about purpose, meaning and the role it plays in our own lives as well as our collective purpose. Covering everything on making decisions that defines and the meaning in endings it will leave you thoughtful about what you are becoming and how we…
 
This week Lucie is back with a bitesize talk on ways to change the world and how to deal with the overwhelm that comes from wanting to take responsibility for the wider world and make a difference. She shares 4 top tips to help you make a difference and take responsibility for your little part of the world today.…
 
Happy New Year! In this short episode Lucie shares some of the best wisdom from her 50 coffees on the meaning of life and a little bit of inspiration for growing up in the year ahead.By Lucie Lincoln
 
Lucie is back for Part Two of ten things she learnt this decade about growing up. In this episode we touch on kindness, the importance of play, building your community and the heavy hitter of learning (well trying to learn) patience. She also talks about the time of how we can countdown to the new decade with some kindness and possibility.…
 
This week is Part One of 'Ten Things I Learnt About Growing Up in the Last Decade". In it Lucie takes us on a tour of her first 5 lessons of growing up and why you should give them a go. From opening post to accepting the tough situations in life this episode covers everything you need to uplevel your grown upness in 2020.…
 
This week Lucie and Irina have a coffee on the meaning of life. Questioning the very question it all gets a bit meta and feel good. So basically a metaphor for growing up. Settle down into the blanket for for your own does of meaning.By Lucie Lincoln
 
Hold on to your adulting hats people, it is season two. Lucie is back in the blanket fort to help calm your adulting woes and just generally hang out whilst we all deal with this growing up thing. We kick off season two with a journey into knowing and why its all time we stopped pretending we have a clue.…
 
And not a microwave in sight... Read this essay on Medium here: Memories of Low-Tech Popcorn Follow Sam on Medium HERE.By Samantha Kemp-Jackson
 
It's all about the "then and now" around here. Introducing the Parenting Then and Now Podcast Essays. This is where more memories of times gone by are recalled by Sam, the PTAN Podcast host. Check out the PTAN Podcast Essays page HERE. Follow Sam on Medium HERE.By Samantha Kemp-Jackson
 
In the 60's and 70's, men's facial hair saw its peak, and groovy dudes rocked sideburns like they were nobody's business. On this PTAN Retro Memory, we recall the days when Mutton Chops ruled and shaving was optional. For more Retro Memories and episodes, check out the PTAN Podcast website. --- Follow the Parenting Then and Now Podcast on Facebook …
 
In this episode we speak to Luke Ridden from Granddad Jacks about Startup business, whisky, gin and distillery. Topics discussed in this episode: The decision to start a distillery on the Gold Coast The process of taking an initial idea, building their distillery and opening their doors for business Some failures, / hurdles / issues that he has had…
 
In this episode, we speak to Lucy Jackson and Nikki Westcott of We the Wild Ones about: Deciding to quit their jobs and start a clothing line The many ways an influencer can make money online Just how beneficial the right influencer and be for a business What they have learnt in the past 18 months of running their own business Getting stocked on th…
 
In this episode we speak to Rohan McAdam from McAdam Family about Marriage, Money & Relationships. About Rohan McAdam I enjoy my work as a family lawyer. Whilst the situations I encounter are often painful, I embrace the opportunity to bring hope through practical solutions that work. I do this by focusing on what really matters and developing spec…
 
In this episode, we speak to Noni Croft from Croft Confidence about Mental Health & Money. About Noni Croft Website croftconfidence.com/ Instagram @croftconfidence/ LinkedIn @nonicroft/ Episode Sponsor This episode is brought to you by More Time Financial. A financial planning, money management and financial education company who are on a mission t…
 
In this episode, we speak to Dan & Annie from @doingdownunder about their decision to quit their jobs, pack their lifes into a van and travel around Australia for 12 months. Instagram: @doingdownunder Resources Things we couldn’t travel without - Wiki Camps - wikicamps.com.au Bialetti Moka – Coffee Maker Koala King Size Mattress Key Questions and t…
 
In this episode, Ross sits down with James from mrkts.com.au to talk about all things financial planning. In this interview, James and Ross chat about: • What financial planners do • Who should speak to a financial planner • The benefits of speaking to a financial planner • When to start planning for retirement • How much financial planners cost • …
 
In this episode, we talk about the property development process and getting into the property market. Episode Sponsor This episode is brought to you by More Time Financial. A financial planning, money management and financial education company who are on a mission to help young Australians make smarter decisions with their money. To stay up to date…
 
I answer your questions about saving money, credit cards and superannuation. Questions Q: How do I save more money? I have a full-time job and earn good money for my age, but I can't seem to be able to save money. Q: Is it a good idea to get a credit card? I am thinking of going travelling and have heard that its good for points? Q: Should I put mo…
 
In today’s episode, I share a recording from when I was interviewed by Elliot Tiger Lyons. Elliot who you may remember was a guest on The Young Money Podcast Episode 019. Where he talked about his experiences of being a social media influencer and a travel Instagrammer, getting paid to travel the world. He now runs a podcast called The DEN FM (prev…
 
Amanda Muse didn't plan to become an ex-pat. She was busy living her life when she met her pilot husband, fell in love, got married and packed up and moved to Malaysia. Her experience living on the other side of the world, giving birth and raising kids there, and her return to Canada is the basis of this episode of the Parenting Then and Now Podcas…
 
This is a mini episode dedicated to serving you up two shots of meaning. Think of it as a double espresso to get your morning going. And trust me the coffee is good as we take a mini trip to Colombia to find out how a few people there view the meaning of life.By Lucie Lincoln
 
Broadcast personality Taylor Kaye learned early on that "the hustle" was what would lead to success. As a child, she watched her mother work full-time and seamlessly perfect her side hustle that helped to put her three kids into extra-curricular lessons. As an adult, Taylor took those lessons and applied them to her life, resulting in her current s…
 
This episode shares one of the early conversations from Coffee's on Meaning of Life. It's a 30 min edit of a much longer conversation with Photographer, Francis Augusto. Together Francis and Lucie explore many views on a meaning for life, covering everything from duty to curiosity to Apple Crumb Cake.…
 
It’s Lucie’s Birthday! And this bitesize podcast covers a few ways to get out of your own way if you are worrying about growing up. Good Birthday rituals, cake eating and why birthdays are like a whole new level on a video game.By Lucie Lincoln
 
In the 1960's life was free and hair was big. Just take a look at some of the icons of the era: Jackie Kennedy, Priscilla Presley, Bridget Bardot. "The higher the better" was the battle cry as women tangle and teased their locs into gravity-defying styles. Those were the days. --- Join the Parenting Then and Now Facebook Page HERE Become a member o…
 
This week we dive into another two coffees on the meaning of life. Looking at the power of the story we tell ourselves and how things are constantly changing.By Lucie Lincoln
 
When Robert Adhoot was growing up in Maryland, he knew early on about the importance of studying and doing well in school. His immigrant parents, who had moved to the United States from Iran, had instilled the work ethic common to new citizens who wanted to make sure that their kids thrived in their new home. Robert had a particular interest in mat…
 
In this episode Lucie kicks off a brand new series on the podcast - Adults in existential crisis getting coffee. Aka 50 coffees on the meaning of life. This episode charts one persons take on the meaning of life. From food, to community to a personal board of directors this fascinating exploration into how we can find meaning and purpose is the fir…
 
The test pattern was once the image that you didn’t want to see on your television screen. Often indicating the end of the programming day or the beginning of problems - “Please stand by” - the Test pattern was recognizable to television lovers everywhere. As times changed, analogue changed to digital and 24/7 news cycles and cable news channels to…
 
In this episode, Hiroko and John talk about visiting other countries. John was a Christian teen clown and Hiroko ate crocodile meat... she's pretty sure.
 
Tai Poole is a curious 11-year-old boy who has lots of questions. So many, as a matter of fact, that he needed a podcast in order to get some answers. The star of the “Tai Asks Why” podcast on CBC Radio sits down with Sam on this episode of the Parenting Then and Now podcast. Listen to the episode and find out what makes him tick.…
 
Welcome to the all-new, rebranded This Is Where I Grew Up Mega Teacast. John and Hiroko are here to talk about all your favorite teas: black, green, herbal… Actually, this week we are talking about resolutions and ways that we tried to change ourselves. Highlights include secret diaries and people getting hit with sticks!…
 
The future of Moonwalk, and where I'm going next. Join the email list, where I'll post new projects, updates, and book recommendations, all at mohnish.net/insider The Facts Special thanks to Kevin Sanji, Jarrod Sport, Justine Brumm, Vysali Soundararajan, Armi Legge, Justin Sheppard, and - last but not least - you. Thanks for listening.…
 
Once upon a time, the cash register was manually operated. No UPC codes, scanning options or debit transactions, no - the cashier punched in the amounts and rang up the sale. Simple. *For more Parenting Then and Now Retro Memories, visit the website at https://ptanpodcast.com/retro-memories/* *Join the PTAN Podcast Patreon Page for exclusive, behin…
 
As the only child of famous feminist writer Erica Jong, Molly-Jong Fast grew up quickly. Life in New York as a kid in the 80’s was interesting, to say the least. Today, she’s a mother of three and her parenting style is drastically different from that of her mother’s. Molly’s perspective and views on parenting, kids and family life have been influe…
 
After a brief Hiatus Lucie is back talking about the ball ache of expectations and why you need to treat yourself like a toddler.By Lucie Lincoln
 
In an age of GPS and asking Siri or Alexa for directions, it's hard to believe that at one time, we relied on paper maps. Cartography and modern-day mapping still exists, however in our day-to-day lives, most of us rely on digital means to find our way. On this episode of the Parenting Then and Now podcast, we remember maps the way they used to be,…
 
After another long absence, John and Hiroko return to share some memories of minor embarrassments. From poor mountain lion impressions on the set of “Little House on the Prairie” to looking like a hobo on Japan’s public transportation system, this episode has a little of everything. Bonus talk about John’s war against mosquito-kind. Little House Mi…
 
Once upon a time, children were children. Kids played, they explored and they imagined worlds and adventures that existed within their minds without the help of digital tools or technology. In a day and age where the concept of “childhood” has forever changed, a nostalgic look at simpler times can perhaps provide us a brief respite from the hurried…
 
For many years in earlier times, the transistor radio was the only way to go if you wanted to take your music with you. Before the days of FM radio stations that dedicated hours to playing full albums, the transistor radio provided music over AM radio, and that was fine. During its heyday, the transistor radio could be found everywhere, from beache…
 
When Natalie Preddie-Zamojc was a child, her parents took her on many trips to far-reaching locales. Her early exposure to different countries and cultures led her to her career today that includes frequent travel, with family in tow. On this episode of the Parenting Then and Now podcast, we learn about how one woman’s childhood experiences of fami…
 
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