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Best Conversations With Grownups podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Conversations With Grownups podcasts we could find
Updated February 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.
 
Welcome to The Grownup Girl Podcast! On each episode Laura Nielsen and her guests will lift the curtain on the challenges of growing up and talk candidly about relationships, careers, wellness, friendships, and all of the things that encompass #adulting. The goal of these conversations and stories is to encourage you that you are not alone and to leave you with practical tips to help you overcome the challenges of growing up and live your best life!
 
The CALM & COZY Podcast is full of practical advice for anyone looking for safe and natural relief from insomnia symptoms, racing thoughts, and bedtime anxiety. You will also find countless conversations about general sleep topics, self-care, and stress relief. Please Note that this podcast was not specifically intended as a podcast to put you to sleep, it's a podcast ABOUT sleep. But watch for the episodes labelled, "Bedtime Story" for sleepy bedtime listening. Beth Wyatt is an Insomnia, Re ...
 
The Swervey Jones Show is a little slice of Friday for any day of the week. Hosted by Swervey Jones and now co-hosted by Trey Siwek they try to engage in fun conversation (while having some drinks) about adventures, stories, life and interesting topics. All while entertaining themselves and listeners. Along with them is Krystal with K and a slue of interesting guest. prepare to have fun, laugh, and get a little giggly. This is where grownups get giggly.
 
Here’s The Fancy Description Of What We Do: East of the Dial is a locally produced, ECMA nominated podcast based out of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island with the goal of showcasing the underground Canadian Music Scene. Though the roots of East of the Dial originate on PEI; your hosts Chris Pride, Joee Adams, and Allison MacDonald (and sometimes, Donovan Morgan) -- who collectively are known as “The Ginger Mafia” feature artists from all over Canada. Here’s What We Actually Do: We talk abo ...
 
When did we lose our dope factor? We went from being kids who wore bright, flashy (hideous) outfits and confidently danced like no one was watching to adults who feel like we have to fit ourselves into stuffy boxes. What gives?? That dopeness is still inside all of us, waiting to be set free with permission to laugh at objectively bad jokes and believe whatever the hell we want to believe. If only there was someone here to give it...Meet Andrea Levoff, licensed spirituality coach, Chicago-ba ...
 
Every month Gentleman Junky Jack interviews a member of the secret and silent minorities that surround us. Bisexuals, transsexuals, sex workers, self styled perverts, and other voyagers at the limits of experience. There is a vibrant underground of sexual and spiritual minorities that most people are never privileged to know. Jack will be your guide and interlocutor for this tour of the more amusing, amazing, and occasionally grubby regions of the underworld.
 
Candid convo on what smart moms care about : Money, business, career, parenting, feminism, dating and sex. Emma Johnson features celebrities like Arianna Huffington, Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger to Gigolo's Vin Armani, sharing amazing stories from national experts, girl bosses and regular people, too. A U.S. News "Top 15 Personal Finance Podcasts," this twice-weekly podcast makes inspiration hilarious. Catch Emma’s blog at WealthySingleMommy.com.
 
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This week’s Seekers of Meaning Podcast guest is Thomas R. Cole, author of the new book, Old Man Country: My Search for Meaning Among the Elders. We aspire to live in a country where old men are celebrated as vital elders but not demeaned if they become ill and dependent. We aspire to maintain health as well as maintain dignity and fulfillment in fr…
 
What do you want to be when you grow up? We all heard that as a kid and you likely gave the same boring ass answers today’s guest did: doctor, fireman, or knife artist. Ok, you probably never gave that last one but that didn’t stop today’s guest from, shall we say, exploring her inner cookie dough salesman. Joining Andrea on today’s Dope Ass Podcas…
 
Jennifer Harper, D. Min., director of the Interfaith Doctor of Ministry in Clinical Education for Pastoral Ministry Program at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religition, New York, discusses the program and its value for members of the clergy. About the Guest Jennifer Harper serves as Director of the Interfaith Doctor of Ministry in Clinic…
 
We decided to catch a comedy show at the Bull N Bush in Orlando and talk with one of our favorites Ross McCoy. We met with him and talked about how he got into doing entertainment. We go from radio calls, to Podcast, and his time with Tom and Dan ( it gets a little uncomfortable ). Then we do a bunch of shows and streaming service talk sprinkled in…
 
This week’s guest on the Seekers of Meaning Podcast is Scott Shay, author of the book, In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism. Religion can be both inspiring and distressing. And many critiques of it are simultaneously compelling and dubious. Shay examines atheist arguments with a refreshing modern eye in this comprehensive look at our mos…
 
Stand up comedy is brutal. When you’re hustling and trying to make it as a comic, you can expect to wait hours upon hours for just four minutes up on the stage. Add on to that a full-time 9 to 5 job and you’ve got a recipe for stress. Not for the faint of heart! This week on the Dope Ass Podcast, Andrea is talking to Vik Pandya, a rising comic in t…
 
This episode will help you choose the perfect paint color to make your bedroom cozy and sleepy! As a former house painter, color consultant, and Benjamin Moore employee, paint is kinda my thing. This short, but helpful, episode will give you the best color shades to promote sleep, while giving you a few tips on making the decision a little easier. …
 
This week’s guest on the Seekers of Meaning Podcast is Jerome Kerner of Sage-ing International, dedicated to helping elders reclaim their role as leaders, sharing wisdom and spirit essential to creating a better world for current and future generations. About the Guest Jerome Kerner Jerome Kerner, RA, is a Certified Sage-ing Leader. He has been an …
 
Rabbi Rick Jacobs, national president of the Union for Reform Judaism, the governing organization of one of the largest liberal Jewish organizations in the world, is this week’s guest on the Seekers of Meaning Podcast. Jacobs discusses demographic and religious trends facing Judaism, and how liberal Jews find guidance in Jewish thought and scriptur…
 
Laura talks through her best piece of advice for a New Year’s mindset: - How we know in our guts what we need to do, and the reasons why we don’t - All of our “What-if’s” and how to rewrite them -How a safe life is robbing not only you, but all of us from the gifts you have to offer the world - Why we can no longer wait to do the thing we were made…
 
Whether you’ve had a kid or you’re just getting older, metabolism slows all the way down and the tricks you used to do to look skinny no longer work. This is what wellness consultant and trainer to Chicago’s MILFS, Joel, calls “skinny bitch syndrome.” And Andrea found out she had SBS in spades. On today’s episode of the Dope Ass Podcast, Joel talks…
 
It's my first episode in four months, and I'm back with a few controversial answers to your well-meaning questions. I'll tell you what I think about shift workers, how I really feel about the "best" essential oil companies, and how I find moments of calm and self-care throughout my busy day. I also have a new cute musical intro. Grab my FREE 5-minu…
 
On this week’s Seekers of Meaning Podcast, Rabbi Simeon J. “Shim” Maslin discusses his latest book, God for Grown-Ups: A Jewish Perspective. No one, no matter how brilliant, saintly or charismatic, ever has or ever will prove the existence – or non-existence — of God. If the infinite God posited by Judaism since ancient times does, in fact, exist, …
 
This week we have a packed house as we do the show from Studio Red for this week's show. Swervey, Trey, and Krystal are joined by special guest and birthday girl Kastin Siwek. We ask the tough questions like "What is leftover crab?" Sunpass and Epass convenience verses false charging. We touch on Kastin's job as a entertainment logistics specialist…
 
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…
 
Alcohol has always been an extra treat for Andrea. There’s nothing more fun than going out with your girlfriends and kicking back a few drinks. Even though it wasn’t frequent, there was something about her drinking habits that bothered her. But then Andrea read the book, Sober Curious by Ruby Warrington, and decided to take on the challenge: see wh…
 
Embracing Wisdom: Soaring in the Second Half of Life is described as “he first handbook to help you discover how to access the secrets of the second half of life.” Join Rabbi Address as he discusses the book with its authors, Rabbis Malka Drucker (above, left) and Nadya Gross (above, right), on this episode of the Seekers of Meaning Podcast. About …
 
This Week Trey and Swervey keep the guests coming and this week we have a packed house. Renowned Tattoo artist Big Mike from Big Mike's House of Ink and up and coming musical Artist stop buy to share what they've been up to since we had them in over a year ago. Hear stories from their time touring the country and the state of Florida as Swervey and…
 
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.…
 
This week on East of the Dial, we have a pretty huge announcement to make: one of us got pregnant. We'll leave you to your imagine as to who it is (it's not Chris). So because of that, we have our own little impromptu discussion of "what to expect when you're expecting". We also talk about Nick Cannon (attempting) to drop bombs on Eminem, and a who…
 
Whether it’s comedy, writing, acting, or being a boss lady, you have unique gifts that are just waiting to be cultivated. To really go for your dreams, it’s not enough just to want it, you also have to hone your skill set. In this episode of Dope Ass Podcast, Beth Lapides talks to Andrea about her unique approach to writing and comedy as well as ho…
 
Dr. Jonathan Moreno, David and Lyn Silfen University Professor in the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy and the Department of History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania, joins Rabbi Address on this episode of the Seekers of Meaning Podcast to discuss his new book, co-authored with Amy Gutman, president of the Un…
 
It’s our final episode of season 6, and the 13th anniversary of Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids. To celebrate, we revisit some of our all-time favourite readings from the archives. Show notes Join the email newsletter Upcoming live events Music by Podington Bear and Lullatone Closing theme is “Oh Dear Diary” by Sloan Twitter Instagram Faceb…
 
Dr. Jeffrey Cohn, a retired oncologist, discusses his new venture, Care to Change Coaching, providing life-coaching for patients and their caregivers facing cancer and other serious illnesses, on this week’s Seekers of Meaning Podcast. About the Guest Dr. Jeffrey Cohn is a retired physician (hematologist/medical oncologist) who is excited to be emb…
 
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.…
 
Background noise is back or wait... what? Krystal tries to steal the show, Josh and Krystal recap their mini trip to North Carolina to get the Dunn's pug Morty, Dan Groen's hero email. We talk about the "members meet up" at Landsharks. Josh may have a bit of a gambling problem. Check us out at: www.swerveyjones.com Facebook Twitter Instagram…
 
On this week’s Seekers of Meaning Podcast, Rabbi Address speaks with Lee Hendler, co-founder of the Jewish Grandparents Network, about her groundbreaking survey research about the attitudes, hopes, and desires of Jewish grandparents, particularly in light of widespread interfaith marriages throughout the Jewish community. About the Guest In August …
 
Learn: - How Bridget grew her audience on instagram before she even had her final product - How to follow your intuition and the things you loved when you were a kid to find your dream career -How to NOT wait for perfection to start your biz, because that allows you to evolve and grow naturally and you’ll be more successful Use code “THEGROWNUPGIRL…
 
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.…
 
December is a month of running around like a chicken with its head cut off. Not a good look. Instead of falling into the holiday stress trap, this year, opt for mindfulness, self-care, and serenity. On this week’s episode of Dope Ass Podcast, Andrea offers up tips on how to make the most of December so that you can wake up on January 1st feeling re…
 
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