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The Joyful Flamingo Podcast guides and empowers women to tune into themselves and zoom in on their own well-being through laughter, connection, knowledge, and celebration! We’re here to create a tsunami of self-discovered, self-loved, and self-understood women who show up in this world unapologetically and joyfully so that we can pass the torch for generations to come! Join us to start leading your most vibrant, aligned and joyful life.
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Flagship ECHL podcast for Field Pass Hockey, hosted by Matthew Harding & Matthew Will! Each episode will feature three key events or storylines in the ECHL, broken up into their own period. We will break down each event and give analysis and even bring in guests to give insight. And if there’s just too much going on in the league, might have to dip into overtime! This fun, fast paced, and informative podcast will be the perfect podcast to listen to on lunch or the drive home.
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Here, I will invite people to talk to each week or so to discuss our lives during this quarantine period and “catch up” on what’s going on in the world for documentation purposes and something fun to do to pass the time we have staying at home!
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This is the podcast for anyone who feels out of synch. Journalist and Author Nell Frizzell talks to some of her favourite people about The Panic Years - the period between carelessness and matching crockery, between your friends passing out on the dancefloor and those same people becoming parents; The time when we all start wondering when did everything got so serious? It talks about the big stuff, in a way that will make you feel better.
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Welcome to ✨The ELDORA ROSE PODCAST✨- a high-frequency space for the Empowered & Awake Divine Feminine. My name is Eldora. I am an internationally renowned Ascension Master Teacher, Quantum Healer, Abundance Activator, and Shaman :) Over the past decade or so, I along with my Twinflame-Soulmate, Siman, have manifested the most Abundant, Purposeful, and Joyful life that I could not even have imagined in my WILDEST dreams! Only eleven years ago my life was completely different: ✨ I felt so stu ...
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A not-so-jive Blaxploitation movie review podcast talk show hosted by Phan Media creator, Phanatiks Entertainment owner & Hudsy TV co-founder Shawn Strong along with Newburgh native genius & educator Decarius McClearn. The show is more than a review of the Blaxploitation era of the '70s but an analysis. An exploration of the exploitation period. But not just the entertainment aspect of it but also the politics that had its hand in it before and during the makings of this cultured cinema genr ...
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Welcome to All of the Above, the show that gives you an un-standardized take on education! We're your home for news and analysis of all the complex, relevant, and controversial issues impacting our schools today. Hosted by the super-dope duo of history teacher Dr. Manuel Rustin and principal-leader Jeffrey Garrett, two Black male lifelong educators based in Los Angeles. This is the podcast version of our video series. Check out the dopest education show on YouTube and subscribe to our channe ...
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Yogesh Sonar, a Pune-based digital marketing trainer and consultant, has trained many physically disabled people across India and enabled them to become independent. During this lockdown period, he wants to reach out to more people and is looking for support. Yogesh Sonar, a Pune-based digital marketing trainer and consultant, has trained many physically disabled people across India and enabled them to become independent. During this lockdown period, he wants to reach out to more people and ...
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A journey that takes the hero, Christian, through the varied landscapes that constitute life and through the events that happen to human beings is the plot of The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. Readers who have read and loved Louisa May Alcott's Little Women would recall the many references to this 17th century work of religious fiction. The Pilgrim's Progress is based on several values based in the teachings of Christianity. The importance of using the Bible as a guiding principle in li ...
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1. Talk To Someone New Every Day Find a way to make a connection with someone new every day. You can choose a stranger, someone new at work, or even someone you’ve seen in passing for years but never really gotten to know. Talk to them about something meaningful, not superficial, and give them your full intention. At worst, you’ll have brightened someone’s day and at best you may have started a new friendship. 2. Practice A New Skill Every Day You can interpret this challenge in one of two w ...
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I read stoies from friends, myself, tumbler, and wattpad for your entertanment✍🏽📖🎙🎧 I go my She/He/They🌸 Pansexual♥ Genderfluid🏳️‍🌈 You can request characters by emailing me my email is Babydoll.lilith.2008@gmail.com If you want a specific gender let me know I go by the name Yuki or Mom Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/demon-life-3/support
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This Week: New data from NJ and MA shows that teachers who entered the profession through alternative certification programs, particularly following shortages in recent years, show similar gains in test scores and similar performance in teacher evaluations to their peers who were trained in traditional teacher prep programs. But, are we surprised? …
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We look at a ways in which people have tried to "prove" the Bible, using scientific and historical/archeological techniques, in particular, the Nazareth Inscription, a marble inscription that many say "proves" the resurrection of Jesus Christ. We consider, however, what faith truly is - and the losing battle of trying to defend our faith with scien…
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Emily chats with Naturopathic Dr. Jenna Priestap on all things periods! Dr. Jenna's practise focuses on maternal health and she is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to pain free periods and what you should and shouldn't be experiencing when it comes to your monthly bleed! She goes through sings that you need some help regulating your period, and …
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We look at a book from the Apocrypha: The Wisdom of Solomon. While some Christians consider it to be part of the Bible canon, most Protestants are unfamiliar with it. It was written during the "silent period" between Malachi and the birth of Jesus. It is beautiful, insightful, and argues that wisdom is critical for deep, true faith. We see that whi…
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This Week: Jeff’s alma mater, the Big Green, hit the headlines twice this week with big news about the NLRB recognizing their men’s basketball team as employees -- the first ruling of its kind that may pave the way for seismic change in college athletes nationally. Dartmouth emailed its alumni this week to notify them that they’re tossing aside the…
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HOW much do we ACTUALLY know about our female cycle and the different ways that we can support it to thrive? This month at The Joyful Flamingo, it's ALL ABOUT OUR CYCLE! This will be a mini series of four episodes, and today we’re kicking it off with an ode to our blood and an overview of what’s actually happening inside our bodies. It's Your Cycle…
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We look at the "silent period" between the words of the Prophet Malachi and the life of Jesus. In particular, we see that a few books that many Christians consider to be "apocryphal", the Maccabee books, give us tremendous insight into what was going on in Jerusalem and surrounding areas during the time of Jesus. We see Jews fighting Jews because s…
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This Week: A massive legal settlement coming as the result of litigation that began back in 2020 commits the state of CA to spending $2 billion on addressing learning loss among its most marginalized student populations (LA Times, CalMatters, Ed Source). Citing evidence that the state did not do enough to address digital redlining, lack of instruct…
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Emily welcomes her Hot Hubz to the show today to give the male perspective on all things Joyful Flamingo related! On this episode we've got witty banter back and forth between husband and wife, the male perspective on how men also go through paling stages, Mike's favourite episodes of the show so far, and his knowledge of the different phases of Em…
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We look at the Old Testament's description of the Afterlife. We find that it is somewhat different from what we read in the New Testament and from what modern Christians tend to believe. In particular, just what is Hell? We look the teachings of Jesus - and just what he says is the requirement for a joyous afterlife spent with God.…
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In this episode, Emily responds to some of the "Ask Me Anything" questions she received from a recent poll on Instagram! She gives the details on her decision to go filter free, how she uses her social media, what she's done to try and overcome people pleasing, and how comparison manifests within kids these days. It's a whole lot of chatting about …
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As a teenager, I once drove through a tunnel of fire, a very brief one. We look at the use of natural phenomena, like fire, wind, water, and stars in the Bible, and how they are used to represent the power, pretense, and healing nature of God. We consider why the Bible is so rich in these metaphors - and why they are so valuable to us today, compar…
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This Week: New federal data shows that our nation’s schools have seen a modest decline in the presence of police, for now at least. In the aftermath of the 2020 uprisings and the movement to defund the police a number of school systems partially defunded, or cut school based police. But, fewer took that step than you might think, and with the ongoi…
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Today's episode is a fire conversation with "The Mostly Peaceful Parent" Jake Leiske Willis! She is a certified parent coach who offers up SO much value to the flock today! Whether you're looking for camaraderie in your parenting, trying to understand what's going on in your toddler's brain, wanting to learn how to repair with your children, or loo…
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We look at the works of the Sages, the wise Israelite scholars who wrote for a very literate audience. But the Apostles were not educated people. At one point, Jesus realizes that since he is about to be gone, and the Apostles will be on their own to spread his Word, it is time to be straightforward and blunt with them. He conveys a message in simp…
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This Week: We begin discussing Manuel’s experience as a mentor teacher this year, and the importance of that role in a new teacher’s development. Then, a new study out of UCLA shows a sharp increase in out-of-school suspensions for CA’s most marginalized students -- homeless and foster youth, particularly those of color. Why is this happening, and …
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If you're going to focus on one single thing that can impact your overall wellbeing... this is it! Today's episode dives into the importance of your gut health and how it can affect so many other parts of your wellness! We talk about signs that tell us we're needing some gut attention, the link between the gut and the brain, actions we can take to …
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We look at the God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament, and ask the question: Is this truly the same God? One seems violent and vindictive. The other preaches love and peace and total forgiveness. How do we resolve this seeming conflict? We discover that it is the same God - but God has different missions in the two Testaments.…
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This Week: Happy New Year to the AOTA family. Manuel and Jeff are back in the studio post winter break and doing a roundup of lots of headlines since we’ve last been with you. We got the insanity coming out of Harvard with them chasing a Black, woman president out over racist nonsense. We got a new survey showing that teachers are feeling better ab…
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In today’s episode, Emily reveals what she does to bookend her day with joy and how impactful it is for the flow of the rest of her day. It’s a fresh take on 'the morning routine' that may feel more aligned for you! Take a listen for some guidance on how to bookend YOUR day with joy and be sure to check the show notes below for some free goodies th…
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Recently, I spoke with a young woman who had survived kidney cancer and who had felt a strong connection with Psalm 16. We look at this Psalm, verse by verse, seeing what it means. We learn that there are a couple of surprises in this Psalm. We also see that Scripture, when it connects with us - and this happens through continuous reading - transfo…
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I met a man whose freshman roommate was from Uganda, and who was a Christian living under the ruthless dictatorship of Idi Amin. It was this student from Uganda who taught my friend how to truly value the freedom to sing a silly song in the dark on Christmas Eve. We also hear a beautiful rendition of Silent Night from Musiques Libre de Droit (https…
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In today's episode Emily chats with guest, Sammi Dreiling, about the importance of tuning into our divine energies, specifically our divine feminine. We chat about the shadow versions of our divine energies, the inner work and healing that needs to happen in order for us to shift into the divine versions, tips and rituals for connecting with our di…
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This Week: It’s alphabet soup this week! The State of OK bans DEI in schools, using the 14th Amendment and made up ideas about promoting one race as superior to another, and pronoun mandates. And a new study out of Stanford says that our concerns about AI causing an increase in student cheating are not supported by their data, which shows student c…
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I had rats as a boy, and one day, my father inadvertantly killed one of them. The next day was Sunday, and my father was sorry that we would have to go to church - and be in front of God - before he could make things right with me. We look at the season of Advent, where we await the arrival of Jesus in our lives. We know that how we treat children,…
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The word "Trinity" does not appear anywhere in the Bible. It is a notion that has evolved over time. We look at its history. We look at an addition that was made to the Bible simply to defend the formal definition of "Trinity"! But we also look at the true depth and beauty of this notion as it is revealed in Scripture - and we consider why it is so…
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There is so much work to be done to create the type of joyous and just schools that our students deserve, and each day seems to bring yet another trauma or challenge to contend with. To help us unpack and find a path forward during these challenging times, we chat with Kass and Cornelius Minor, two titans of dope teaching who together lead the Mino…
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This is the time of year when family traditions come out in full swing! Ever wonder what other families do? Looking for different ideas for your own family? On today's episode, Emily chats about how and why having joyful traditions during the holiday season help give us a sense of belonging, a key aspect of our well-being. She shares her own family…
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Wendy and I recently visited the "Cave Church" of Cairo, the St. Simon Monastery, where the great recyclers, the so-called "Garbage People" of Cairo practice their faith. We saw a vibrancy there, a joy, and a deep love for God in these incredibly hard-working, welcoming, and devoted believers. The children in particular were truly amazing. It is an…
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This Week: Oh Texas… sigh. Will we ever get good news about education coming out of the Lone Star State? Today is not that day. The TX Board of Ed approves new science textbooks, but only after clear modifications to the curriculum that include bending to the oil and gas industry’s propaganda around the uncertainty of climate change, and right wing…
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In today's episode, our guest Julie Martell walks us through her experience with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. We discuss how this rare and aggressive breast cancer differs from others, what the early signs and symptoms were and how she was diagnosed, as well as the journey through her treatments, double mastectomy, and breast reconstruction. Julie s…
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In most Bible translations, there are two words that are translated from the Greek to English as the word "gift", dorea and charisma. We see that the second word means much more that simply something given without obligation or payment. We see that when we believe were are given not just gifts from God, but charismata, and these empower us to live …
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In today's episode, Emily busts the myth of what we've been led to think leading a 'balanced life' means! She explains why women specifically are feeling so off kilter in life these days, and gives us ideas and tangible tips on how to shift our thinking so we can start to feel like this whole balance thing might ACTUALLY be attainable. As always sh…
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We consider the ways in which a believer lives their life guided by God: first, with the training that we receive with Scripture, prayer, and Christian training, and second, with the occasional instruction of the Holy Spirit. We look at just how we can learn to encourage and embrace, and be inspired by, the Holy Spirit when we are at a point in our…
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This Week: By 2031 nearly 3 in 4 jobs will require some postsecondary education. What does this mean for public education? And a new law in CA makes it one of a handful of states requiring teachers to integrate media literacy into instruction to spot fake news. But with no money for training, and no additional resources for training, librarians and…
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Emily chats with Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Sandra Boyse on the importance of pelvic floor health for women. Nothing was off the table in this discussion and the conversation dives into many topics like leaking urine, traumatic sexual and birth experiences, how the mind and stress can connect to our pelvic floor, and how to get the best female or…
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We take a second look at the miracles of Jesus, this time from the perspective of the Gospel of John. We see that he does not call them "deeds of power", as the other Gospel writers do, but rather as "signs". This tells us John's focus on the miracles - as signs that teach us theological truths about the Kingdom of God and the Messiah, Jesus.…
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In this episode, we’re talking all about female friendships and why they’re so essential to the overall well being of women. We’ll go through the different types of friendships and relationships we have with our female comrades throughout our lives, how these relationships may shift and change, and ultimately… what they give to us as women. Studies…
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We look at the miracles of Jesus, as they are described in Matthew, Mark, and Luke. We see that these "deeds of power", as these three Gospels call them, show that Jesus is the Messiah of the Old Testament - by carrying on with the miracle tradition of the Old Testament. We also look at the question of the reality of the miracles. Are they true? We…
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The crisis is ongoing and our students are seeing the horrific videos of death and destruction in Gaza. To address this issue with care and provide some much needed perspective, we invited teacher extraordinaire and former AOTA Show guest Dr. Sawsan Jaber back on the show. The daughter of Palestinian refugees, Dr. Jaber is a National Board Certifie…
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Emily explains who she is, why this podcast was created, and how the name "The Joyful Flamingo" came to be! She shares in detail, her obsession for women’s well-being and the movement she’s looking to create of badass women who show up in this world unapologetically and joyfully! If you’re new to this show, start here! It’s a great way to get to kn…
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We look at the Genesis story of creation: many call it a useless myth, and say that we need to focus on the real, scientific way in which we came into existence. We see that there is tremendous truth in the Creation Story, and that in it we see the most critical facts about why we exist and what we are meant to do on this planet. We discover that t…
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Being a school administrator has never been easy, but today’s education climate has made the work of many school leaders downright unsustainable. With ongoing narratives of so-called learning loss, a return to test-centered teaching, political shenanigans at local school boards, and the apparent deprioritizing of culturally responsive teaching and …
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Welcome to The Joyful Flamingo Podcast, I'm SO glad you're here! This trailer gives you a little taste of what you can expect by sticking around and tuning in with us each week! Now, let's go find our joy! Connect with Emily: On The Gram - @thejoyfulflamingo https://www.instagram.com/thejoyfulflamingo/ For Collaborations - thejoyfulflamingo@gmail.c…
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In the previous podcast, we looked at the parables of Jesus - and we look at them again, this time, with a focus on how Jesus preached using parables. Perhaps because he knew that of all oral traditions due to him, the parable stories would be most remembered, Jesus used them to teach us about the Kingdom of God. They are his summary statements, te…
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This Week: We got some great feedback from the audience after our last episode about Palestine, Israel, and the manufactured controversy around ethnic studies. In particular today we’re responding to comments from a Jewish member of the AOTA family who had some great questions for us. It’s a reminder that we may not always agree, but we can do so f…
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This Week: As graphic images and stories of the march towards ethnic cleansing in Palestine and Israel saturate the largely one-sided American media landscape, we dig into the weaponization of accusations of antisemitism against the expansion of ethnic studies here in California. Whose stories get told in America’s schools, and whose don’t? How do …
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