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Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family and the beautiful art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed. Produced by Alice Williams
 
Tracy Soren and Jessie Jolles have regrets: hilarious, upsetting, sad, shocking, scary, stupid regrets. And now, in the interest of healing, Tracy and Jessie are ready to spill the beans. Alongside their regret-filled friends, the duo laughs, cries, yells, and perseveres through the unforgiving streets of Regretsville. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
 
Set after the Grace Harlowe High School series, Grace and her friends Miriam and Anne start a new chapter of their lives as Freshmen at Overton College. After various trials and tribulations they earn the respect of the elder classes and become valued members of the school. (Introduction by BumbleVee)
 
Jessie May's 'Sunny Side Up' is a stimulating show which explores and uncovers ways to live your life with true purpose, joy and passion. As a Life Coach and Creative Visionary, Jessie May shares her experience and guidance with you in a playful, energetic hour filled with inspiring themes, insightful ideas, and unique guests, and welcomes you to call in with your questions. Tune in to Jessie May's bright energy and light up your week with the Sunny Side Up!!!Past guests have included Byron ...
 
Welcome to my playground! Say a prayer, clutch your pearls, have a seat, grab a glass of wine, find your center, Basically do what you need to do, in order to get ready for this podcast! 🤭🤫 👉🏾Instagram- @jessieaimzbrownie 🌸 @jessieaimzforit YouTube🎥 “JessieAimz ForIt baby” Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jessieaimz/support
 
The four series follow Grace Harlowe and her friends through high school, college, abroad during World War I, and on adventures around America. The College Girls Series sees the friends part ways: Grace, Anne, and Miriam depart for Overton College, while Jessica and Nora attend a conservatory. The Eight Originals gather on holidays, but the seven College books focus on the three at Overton, along with new friends like J. Elfreda Briggs. They form Semper Fidelis, a society devoted to aiding l ...
 
The four series follow Grace Harlowe and her friends through high school, college, abroad during World War I, and on adventures around America. In The High School Girls Series, Grace attends Oakdale High School with friends Anne Pierson, Nora O'Malley, and Jessica Bright. The four promote fair play and virtue while winning over troubled girls like Miriam Nesbit and Eleanor Savell, playing basketball, and founding sorority Phi Sigma Tau. The group becomes friends with boys in their acquaintan ...
 
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P.C. Smith shares her debut novel, The Shingle Weaver's Picnic, written in her mid-eighties. P.C. and Jessie talk about: What inspired her to write her first book in her mid-eighties Creating in mid-life and beyond P.C.'s life experiences that went into her book: living in northern Washington state, growing up in the Depression, WWII, small-town li…
 
Rest is of paramount importance to continue to function at the highest level. When we deprive ourselves of rest, we can do harm. In today's episode, we discuss why rest is essential for a healthy mind, body, and spirit. The weekends are supposed to be a period of rest. In other cultures, the siesta for instance, is normalized as a daily rest period…
 
So this week is absolutely golden in every sense of the word … we welcome the king of knitting & GOLD Olympic award winner Tom Daley to mum's for lamb and dauphinois. The Plymouth born diver talks to us about his Tokyo Olympics experience, his childhood desire to be a pilot, how he met his husband Lance and their first kiss. We chat about the impor…
 
Christina Gallina-Flood shares how Healing Hearts Home provides a community of support to women and girls who have been abused. Christina and Jessie talk about: How to find help to recover from abuse trauma S.H.O.U.T. groups and how they work What it takes to heal from past hurts Learn more at : https://www.healingheartshome.org/…
 
Dylan Thuras, co-author of Gastro Obscura: A Food Adventurer's Guide, shares his curiosity about local dishes and how food influences culture. In this episode, Dylan and Jessie discuss: What makes a food unusual Foods unique to Michigan What happens when you look for Vernors in Washington The more disgusting aspects of producing some foods How food…
 
Lynette Rice is an editor-at-large at Entertainment Weekly and the author of How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey's Anatomy. Listen as she shares what it was like to cover the show as a journalist and what she loves about the people she met along the way. Lynette and Jessie talk about: How Patrick Dempsey's public image evolved with his por…
 
Being mindful can make you more productive. Time management is about managing your mind, focusing and managing your energy. It is often making a choice not to do things. Join us for an interactive conversation with special guest Dr. Serene Shereef, a trauma and acute care surgeon, and host of the Mindfulness and Productivity Systems Podcast. Take a…
 
And just like that, we are BACK and ready to take over your Wednesdays! We hope you all had a lovely summer; Mum has enjoyed plenty of holidays and I had a baby. We’ve got some AMAZING guests lined up for you for this series and what better way to start that with fellow foodie, Hollywood star and absolute gent, Stanley Tucci. Stanley talks to us ab…
 
Juliette Fay tackles the ups and downs of recovering from alcohol addiction in her book, Catch Us When We Fall. In this episode, Juliette and Jessie talk about: Having family members that struggle with addiction Losing someone you love to addiction Healing from past addiction Alcoholics Anonymous Creating community to help with healing Learn more a…
 
Mindfulness and intention helps you show up as the present parent you want to be. Showing up with fear, as a protector, and/or striving to be the best parent, even when it comes from loving space, limits our capacity for both giving and receiving love. When we show up with mindful intention, possibilities open up for expansive love and connection. …
 
David Rubenstein, host of Bloomberg TV’s The David Rubenstein Show and author of several books, talks about the interviews he conducted for his most recent work, The American Experiment. David searched out the core qualities, or DNA, that make-up the American people and their way of life. David and Jessie discuss: David's interviews with Cal Ripken…
 
Carrie Leskowitz is an award-winning interior designer and a certified life coach. Blending these two passions, she helps people connect their inner lives to their home environments. In this episode, Carrie and Jessie talk about: The meaning of "om" Signs in your home that your inner life is out of balance Redecorating after major life changes What…
 
In this episode we offer mindful tools and strategies when encountering those with different beliefs that help you connect despite differences. Exploration with curiosity is a mindful way for mutual understanding. Reminding you that differences are a normal and beautiful part of the human spectrum of experience. What’s your intention? What would Co…
 
Bruce Boise worked for a pharmaceutical company that marketed opioids to doctors for off-label use. Learn how Bruce broke out of the system and became an whistle blower, alerting the FDA, doctors, and consumers about the dangerous effects of off-label prescribing. In this episode, Bruce and Jessie talk about: Opioid addiction Opioid overdose deaths…
 
Sivan Hong's Super Fun Day series of children's books celebrate neurodiversity and help kids understand themselves and others. In this episode, Sivan and Jessie talk about Emily D. And the Frightful First Day, a book that explores the feelings that arise foe Emily before the first day of school. Learn more about Sivan and her book here: https://siv…
 
In today’s episode, Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang interviews special guest, Dr. Steven Hickman, psychologist, internationally renowned mindfulness and mindful self-compassion teacher, and now author of his new book, Self-Compassion for Dummies. Steve is the Founding Executive Director of the UCSD Center for Mindfulness and is the Executive Director of the Cen…
 
TV Writer and author Britta Lundin shares how she related to main character Mara in her book, Like Other Girls. Mara is struggling to discover where she fits in with her friends, family, and team mates in high school, and Britta uses her writing skills to dive deep into the questions Mara has about herself and the world around her. Learn more about…
 
You are the utmost authority on your own life What is it ok to allow yourself or "approve" yourself to do? What rules do you have for yourself? Could you give yourself permission to be happy? Live an extraordinary life? Follow your authentic desires? Be yourself? Be different? Let others be themselves? Rest? Nourish yourself? In a world where there…
 
Shannon Hale & LeUyen Pham talk about their graphic novel, Friends Forever, a glimpse into Shannon's 8th grade life in the 1980s. Join us for a fun conversation about bad perms, perfectionism, and beauty magazines and the constantly changing season of adolescence. Learn more about Shannon Hale here: https://shannonhale.com/ Learn more about LeUyen …
 
Robert Bathurst, British actor and stage performer, shares his work as narrator of Louse Penny's The Madness of Crowds and many other Inspector Gamache novels. Roberts talks about interpreting characters for narration along with the moral dilemma Gamache faces in the novel, and he also discusses how he has been mistaken for Jeff Daniels. Hear the b…
 
Decisions are a fork in the road. A pivot. Do you always want to make the “best“ decision? Do you spend time, energy, and lots of angsty emotion weighing your options? Do you think the “best” decision is the one that has the "best" outcome? Do decisions torment you? Mindfulness creates a clear lens of the circumstances and the actual choices. It he…
 
Christina Erteszek's parents wanted her to write their life stories. It took over 20 years for her to piece together their separate accounts and complete her memoir which includes their immigrant history and pursuit of the American Dream. The First Lady of Underfashions tells the complex story of Christina's parents, Jan and Olga Erteszek, and thei…
 
Getting Help is a strength not a weakness. Getting help is an act of kindness for you, and for others. You can go farther, faster with help. Help helps you and helps you help others. “When have you been at your strongest?'' asked the boy ``When I dared to show my weakness.” “What is the bravest thing you have ever said?” “Help,” said the horse. “As…
 
After a summer of having their people nearby, many dogs need help adjusting to changes in their routines that happens when kids head back-to-school. Celebrity Dog Trainer and former host of Animal Planet’s Good Dog U, Joel Silverman, gives tips on getting to know your dog, crate training, and how to use positive reinforcement to encourage good beha…
 
Liza Nash Taylor tells a masterful story in her book, In All Good Faith, weaving together true historical events and compelling characters. Listen as she shares how she discovered the Veterans Bonus March and how she incorporated it into her tale of two very different women struggling to hold themselves and their families together during The Great …
 
This week we have one more serving of extra helpings for you. This second episode includes some more of our favourite bits from the past year and a previously unheard conversation with Dan Levy. Hear will.i.am telling us about his Mum’s cooking and Lennie getting the giggles about muff diving @themuffkitchen! Tom Jones lets us in on some of Elvis’s…
 
Becca Ehrlich discovered an abundant life by clearing away the clutter and finding out what truly matters. Join the conversation as she shares what Christian Minimalism means to her and how it helps her connect with God and herself. Learn more about Becca at her website here: https://christianminimalism.com/author/becca/…
 
Title 36. Kindness Is The Answer You are worth the same kindness you give to others. The current pandemic is a radical opportunity to choose to show up with kindness- for ourselves and others. From a place of kindness to self, so much more is possible. Being kind to yourself is kind and is so much better than being mean to yourself. True kindness t…
 
Despite the different lockdowns and restrictions we’ve had over the past year, we’ve kept going and it’s been an absolutely stellar year of Table Manners with such fabulous guests from all around the world. Whilst we gear up to Series 12 (how did that happen?!) we’ve put together a couple of episodes of highlights to serve up as an extra helping. I…
 
David Zucchino, Pulitzer Prize winning author, shares his thoughts on what really happened in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1898. Commonly referred to as a "race riot", David explores the truth about what happened, who instigated the violence, and why the story hasn't been told until now. Learn more about David here: https://www.pulitzer.org/winner…
 
Kent Babb spent a year following the football team at Karr High School and experiencing the reality of coaching kids in one of America's most dangerous cities. Listen as he shares his experience as chronicled in his book, Across the River: Life, Death, and Football in an American City. Learn more about Kent here: https://www.harpercollins.com/pages…
 
If you are feeling “not ok” right now, you are not alone. In this episode, as the pandemic surges yet again, and tragedies are unfolding around the world, we invite you to pause and name what you are feeling. Naming emotions, especially difficult ones, is a tool to disarm the amygdala and soften the edges of difficulty. Some other strategies to pot…
 
The recovery community and the police department have some stereotypes to break down, and Patrick Patterson from Blue Water Recovery and Outreach Center and Chief Joe Platzer from the Port Huron Police Department have decided to work some of them out over a softball game. Learn how the recovery community and police officers are coming together to p…
 
To end the series we have another first for Table Manners... a Satirist, the hilarious Munya Chawawa on this week's podcast. Munya talks to us about his Zimbabwean upbringing & his love of Sadza. We discuss crying over Blue songs, crashing Tinder, Watermelon Daiquiris, his wish to marry Baby Spice & falling in love on the radio. We love his parodie…
 
Dr. Jeanette Roberts specializes in at-home euthanasia for household pets. Learn how she cares for pet families and helps them grieve and let go of each other in the comfort of their own homes. Learn more about Dr. Roberts on her Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/Roberts-Veterinary-Services-In-Home-Pet-Euthanasia-and-Cremation-1076480382…
 
Relationships, when someone is struggling with their mental health, can be amazing and full of love. When we change how we show up for them it can create space for the relationship to heal and even bloom. There are very real challenges when you love someone who struggles with their mental health. If you are in this situation, you are not alone. Men…
 
we had to switch to the weekly episodes because I have become unreliable with all my recent wandering. but you can count on a solid show every Friday until things resume to normalcy. our 10:35 is Qtip and Kanye reminding me of some things. 🤔🌊 new episodes are always up on urbansurvivorman.com powered by Kudoken crypto token. ★ Support this podcast …
 
We welcome back one of our very first Table Manners guests this week.. a relatively unknown - but cracking chap - the one and only Ed Sheeran. Gorgeous Ed joins us over zoom for an almighty catch-up. We discuss his wedding food (that I really indulged in), how to drink vintage wine, cups of tomato soup before bed, his wife Cherry’s vegetable garden…
 
Joy is within you but it requires mindfulness and presence to find it. Allowing, finding, and creating joy is a gift to yourself and others. “The ultimate source of a meaningful life is within ourselves. If you live in this way, until your last breath comes you will be a happy person. That’s the goal of human life-- to live with joy and purpose.” -…
 
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