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Best Haverford podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Haverford podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Anastasia Nikolis, Isaac Wheeler, and Sean C. Hughes started talking about poetry a decade ago at Haverford College and never stopped. Now they talk about poems they love and explain how they work to each other and their podcast audience. Black Box (n.): A device which performs intricate functions but whose internal mechanism may not readily be inspected or understood; any component of a system specified only in terms of the relationship between inputs and outputs. Black Box Poetry (n.): A p ...
 
This is the podcast for moms who don't have time for podcasts. Your to-do list is a mile long, but sometimes all you need is a quick chat with a fun friend to brighten your day. Indiana Adams has been a trusted voice on the internet for well over a decade and she knows just how demanding mom life can be. Each Monday and Friday episode of Today By The Way aims to be around 15-minutes; that's just enough time to share recommendations, to laugh about pop culture headlines, and to cheer you on a ...
 
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I have not yet cut or dyed my own hair at home. And I think I can wait. But do you know what I CANNOT wait for? Thursday’s Parks and Recreation special! The verdict is still out on whether I need new jeans, but there are a ton of sales going on out there because retailers are in a serious slump and need to jettison their inventory. Now might be the…
 
Last August I was diagnosed with stage II melanoma. The surgery to remove it was a success, and physical recovery wasn’t difficult, but it’s becoming clear that although my body has healed, my mind hasn’t gotten over this serious diagnosis. Today I’m sharing my skin cancer journey. Today’s episode is brought to you by the Good Lovin’ Bar, the only …
 
Have you ever been talking to a friend about something and then right away ads for that very same SOMETHING start showing up everywhere? It’s unnerving, but there’s a simple (but creepy) explanation. Today we talk about that plus my newest hobby and our #TBTWChallenge to make a summer to-do list. Today’s episode is brought to you by the Good Lovin’…
 
Over the years, it’s become apparent to me that a lot of people don’t know the difference between Armed Forces Day (which is tomorrow), Veterans Day (Nov. 11) and Memorial Day (coming up on May 25th). From wishing others Happy Memorial Day to promoting Memorial Day sales, it makes me wonder if we know what these important days are actually about. T…
 
A woman’s body is a wonderful, magnificent thing, but during pregnancy, labor, and nursing, all bets are off when it comes to predictability. Today I share three odd things that happened to me during pregnancy, in labor, and nursing. Chris sits in to share his POV. I need to know: can you relate? Today’s episode is brought to you by BetterHelp, the…
 
Today we chat about Anna Jarvis, the founder of Mother’s Day who ended up hating the commercialization of a day meant to honor her own mother’s simple wish to have a day to do nothing. Anna Jarvis’ mom wished for this in the first decade of the 1900’s and 100+ years later, that’s still something that moms want. To help with this, my friend Hannah T…
 
Most children of the 80’s grew up on Star Wars, but I didn’t see them until college. I’m a late bloomer but I am now a bonafide Star Wars fan. Today I share my favorite Star Wars film trivia facts as well as a very unpopular opinion / theory about Jar Jar Binks as I make the case for why you should give Episode One another chance. Then my son Jude …
 
I can’t say I was surprised that so many of us said that the thing we really want for Mother’s Day is time alone. It seems counterintuitive that the thing we’d want for Mother's Day is a break from the duties of being a mother! But I think I know why so many of us desire this. Motherhood is relentless and when our partner acknowledges this we feel …
 
The number two search query on my website is Friday Night Lights, which is so odd to me because I worked for them in a minuscule way well over a decade ago. Today I answer the six most commonly asked questions about my short time with the show including what the main cast was really like when the cameras weren’t rolling. Today’s episode is brought …
 
This weekend we went “camping” in the backyard. I have to use quotes here because apparently backyard camping and camping next to your car is not “real” camping. “Real camping” involves a snake bite kit and emergency blankets. Speaking of camping, my favorite camp-themed movie is The Parent Trap. Both versions. Please let me know if identical twinn…
 
Kat Dennings said the isolation stages of grief are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, banana bread, and acceptance. I think sourdough comes right after acceptance. Today I share what’s been good about this quarantine and what I miss. Then our TBTW community shares what they’re loving and what they’re missing. Today’s episode is brought to you …
 
It’s National Scrabble Day! Today I share why I love this game so much, how I got really good at it and why the history of Scrabble makes me love it even more. Plus stayed tuned for a big pep talk for anyone who feels like it’s too late. Today’s episode is brought to you by Skylight, a WiFi-enabled, touchscreen digital frame that lets you send pict…
 
I had to check and double-check the math on this. Was 1970 really 50 years ago? If so, Paul McCartney announced that the Beatles broke up on this day 50 years ago. Despite this, we still named our firstborn after a Beatles song, four decades later. Learn why I love The Beatles so much and astound your friends with three Beatles trivia facts, includ…
 
Who would you choose for your quarantine team? Even though I have hair problems and cannot run, I maintain that I am still a good pick because I can bake, sew, and repair things like Macgyver. Not sure how you can help with relief issues during the pandemic that results in both a local and global impact? A $35 donation will get front line support s…
 
We’re 19 days into our social distancing and my son cleaned out our entire garage for fun. Learn why this made me cry. If your dog could talk, what would she say? Do you think she’d ask to learn to drive? I’ve been struggling with how to keep TBTW light but also take the virus seriously. Finally, I got okay with being both- a person who wants levit…
 
Honestly, who could have predicted this back in January? That most of our country would be trying homeschool, that Tom Brady would be playing for Tampa Bay, and that the country would be enthralled with a man named Joe Exotic, a mulleted, gun-toting polygamist and charismatic country singer who once owned the largest live tiger collection in Americ…
 
Hey, guys, I’m a Zoom professional now (because I upgraded my account) but that also means I’m able to give expert-level advice on how to make your Zoom calls more delightful. I know people are trying to be kind to extroverts trapped at home, but today I want to acknowledge that introverts have it hard, too, since they aren’t ever left alone now. A…
 
I asked on Instagram if anyone bought anything weird lately. The answers were delightful. Today I discuss things you may want to buy, how restaurants all want you to buy from them so they’re waiving delivery fees, and I share how cutting out three things has saved me some extra money this month. Today’s episode is brought to you by Better Help, the…
 
If you never homeschooled before, just know, this isn’t it. This is hard and not at all ideal, so give yourself a lot of grace. For #FollowFriday, Hannah Winslow of Why Didn’t Anyone Tell Me comes on TBTW to share some practical tips for getting work done at home with little ones underfoot. Don’t forget! My friend Katie @Leipprandt and I will be li…
 
92% of TBTW listeners report that they have at least one child who is home this week because their school is closed, and no matter if you’re a mom with a color-coded schedule or one that’s going to rely heavily on Disney+, there is grace for you. My news feed is full of data points and uncertainties and political discourse surrounding COVID-19. My …
 
Maybe it's Mariah's world and we're just living in it. Today we talk about big 90's nostalgia energy, I share how Raise and Rakuten together can still help you despite being T-minus five days until Christmas, I recommend my favorite reds, and Mary Baird Wilcock of The Simplifiers joins me for The Google Game. Today, by the way, is Friday, December …
 
There’s only one week left until Christmas! Today we talk about why procrastinators might procrastinate, I share some last-minute gift ideas (from one procrastinator to another), and we’re going to try red lipstick or nails just because. Today, by the way, is Monday, December 16, 2019. Today’s sponsor spotlight is The Confetti Post. Find the full s…
 
Today we talk about the national treasure that is Taylor Swift and how that relates to how you feel about cheese, I rank secular Christmas songs (#10 might surprise you), we explore Rakuten, and my friend Ashley Adams, of Feast of Fiction, drops in to play 80's movie trivia. Today, by the way, is Friday, December 13, 2019. Today’s sponsor spotlight…
 
Today we talk about things we forgot were from this decade, we learn about one thing that will always save you money, we contemplate starting a bookclub, and together we cook up something new. Today, by the way, is Monday, December 9, 2019. Today’s sponsor spotlight is Able. Find the full show notes at TodayByTheWay.com/episodes and connect with me…
 
Today we talk about the strange and dangerous fad of sunning your “donut hole”, we price shop Christmas cards and discover that once again Costco reigns supreme, we check in with how cleaning the junk drawer went, and I tell you how I really feel about The Family Stone. Today, by the way, is Friday, December 6, 2019. Today’s sponsor is Noonday Coll…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Today By The Way! This one is a little different as I talk about my vision for the show (and we go a little longer than 15 minutes). If you listened to it, congrats! You’re now a founder. We’re in this thing together now. Be sure to subscribe to level up this friendship. Today we talk about the fact that Cyber Monday…
 
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