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Hi Nay

Motzie Dapul and Reg Geli

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Hi Nay, literally translated to “Hi Mom”, is a supernatural horror fictional podcast about Filipina immigrant Mari Datuin, whose babaylan (shaman) family background accidentally gets her involved in stopping dangerous supernatural events in Toronto. Written, directed, produced, and created by Motzie Dapul and co-produced and co-created by Reg Geli. Episodes released every other week on Saturdays, 9pm PHT or 8am, EST. Follow our official blog at https://hinaypod.tumblr.com
 
Hi! I'm Tahlia, and just like you I'm on the journey of self-disocvery. Join me as I learn what it means to find balance, create life-long friendships, chase my dreams and invest in my future. Here's what I'm learning and loving on this crazy path of life, I'm so glad you've decided to join me!
 
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Are you interested in asking big questions and teaching others? Well then maybe becoming an academic is the perfect role for you! To hear more about what working as a university lecturer is actually like today (it's not all just lab coats and drinking tea) have a listen to these week's episode! The wonderful Julie is an amazing lecturer at UQ and s…
 
I graduated this week and it's time to reflect and process all the good lessons and all the hard lessons, that school taught me. From what my values are, to learning that what you give is what you get, its safe to say I learnt a LOT during my 13 years of education. If you've jut graduated, this is a great chance for you to do your own reflection, b…
 
In this week's episode, Tahlia gets interviewed by her sister about her high school experience and all the emotions surrounding graduation, formal, and finishing exams. Join this funny sisterly dynamic as the girls discuss their High-school regrets and what advice they would give their 15 year old self! Follow @goodluck_charliepod for more!…
 
Are you interested in becoming a teacher? If yes, this episode is for you! To hear about the ins and outs of life as a teacher, the real hours a teacher works, and the most challenging and rewarding aspect of the job, you've come to the right place. In this weeks episode I interview two teachers, a first year teacher, and one with over 30 years of …
 
"You can't just participate in conversations or relationships when you are hearing what you want to hear". In this week's episode Tahlia dives into this and discusses all the ways the uncomfortable conversations and difficult relationships reveal more about ourselves and help us to grow. We also discuss the importance of knowing your values and how…
 
In this weeks episode I interview the wonderful Robyn to hear about her experience in Nursing and how she transition to a role in Infection Control and Management: a role similar to that of Public Health. The WHO describes Public Health as "the art and science of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through organised efforts of …
 
This week's episode is truly as raw as it gets. Join me as I discuss all my emotions around finishing school and why I love the quote "just because you carry it well, doesn't mean it isn't heavy". You truly get to know my heart and random personality quirks through the Q&A toward the end where I talk about why I'm single, my favourite place to trav…
 
The Story of Nessie Smythe - Content Warnings: Intimidation, Fire, Mass Murder, Period-Typical Racism - Hi Nay is a podcast produced by Motzie Dapul and Reg Geli and is licensed under a creative commons attribution noncommercial sharealike 4.0 international license. Today’s episode was written and directed by Motzie Dapul, who also narrates the epi…
 
Have you considered taking a Gap Year? Or maybe, you've decided you want one but don't know how to tell parents/teachers around you who have different expectations? Or maybe you don't know what to do with yourself for a whole year...! If any of these sounds like you, this is the perfect episode for you! Join Tahlia and hear from a handful of guests…
 
Welcome to this conversation between friends about life, failure, choosing your own path, and overcoming diversity. Laura Ashmole is an inspiring women who owns Connect Creative - a marketing company that connects businesses with inspiring people - and also manages a team of recruiters at TalentPath. If you're interested in marketing, recruitment, …
 
I think the most common question people get asked if they say they are about to graduate is "What are your plans for next year?!". So, in this weeks episode I dive into some of my plans for next year, but more importantly, I talk about what my intention/purpose for next year is. From QTAC applications, to mentally processing graduation, to travelli…
 
The work of occupational therapists (OT) is so necessary and life-changing; however, it isn't talked about nearly often enough! In this weeks episode I interview the lovely Katherine who works as an OT on the stroke ward. Together we discuss what an average day for an OT looks like, some of the amazing ways that OT can change the lives of individua…
 
In this weeks episode, we interview the wonderful Jo who is an exceptional Social Worker. With years of experience as a social worker in a range of settings from the hospital, to sexual assault clinics, Jo provides insight into the typical day of social worker, as well as how empathy is the most important trait to have! If you are interested in wor…
 
The story of Claudette-Jean. Content Warning: Period-typical racism, period-typical homophobia, mysterious death. Hi Nay is a podcast produced by Motzie Dapul and Reg Geli and is licensed under a creative commons attribution noncommercial sharealike 4.0 international license. Today’s episode was written and directed by Motzie Dapul, who also narrat…
 
This episode is my thought journal for the previous few weeks and, if you're looking for some motivation to trust your dreams and invest in yourself, this is for you! Just like the more you study for a test, the more prepared you are, I'm realising that the more time I spend working on myself and building my skills, the more prepared I am for the c…
 
In this week's episode, I talk to the wonderful Lois South, Talentpath recruiter extraordinaire. If you are interested in entering into the recruiter sphere and want to know the most important skills for a recruiter to have, two to enter the workforce, or what an average day looks like, this is the episode for you! Lois also shares her tried and tr…
 
In this week's episode Tahlia interviews the wonderful Georgia (@lifeofaparamedic) and together they discuss all the highlights and lowlights of a life of a paramedic. If you're interested in the daily life of a paramedic, tips to getting employed and what its like to manage the mental tolls fo the job, tune in to this weeks episode! Follow @goodlu…
 
The story of George "Langford". Content Warning: Child abandonment, adultery, mentions of period-typical racism and sexism. Hi Nay is a podcast produced by Motzie Dapul and Reg Geli and is licensed under a creative commons attribution noncommercial sharealike 4.0 international license. Today’s episode was written and directed by Motzie Dapul, who a…
 
Welcome! In this weeks episode, your host Tahlia dives into all things she has been learning the past month or so. From discussing the importance of making yourself proud and forgiving yourself, if you are an avid overachiever, and someone who struggles with self-love, this is for you! From there, we discuss the importance of unlearning things, to …
 
After the events of episode 3, Oras, Mari and Laura wind down the day with a drink, a smoke, and a story. Mari talks about her cousin Nia and Nia's fiance Nigel, and their experiences with various Filipino supernatural creatures, including the dreaded Tiktik - which sounds louder when it's farther away, but quieter when it's closeby. Remind Me To T…
 
Like the title suggests, this weeks episode is all about what life in the ADFA (Australian Defence Force Academy is like). Tune in to hear what the day to day life as a Combat Engineer looks like, what the army recruitment process is, and a range of others ways that you could be involved in the Defence Force. If you are interested in working in the…
 
Ever wondered what you are going to do with your life? Well, haven't we all! This new podcast series "Future Me" is hoping to release some of the tension surrounding that question by interviewing a range of different individuals with common, and rare, professions, to provide insight into what it really looks like to be a nurse, teacher, mum, electr…
 
Join #HiNayPod creators Motzie Dapul and Reg Geli as we'll be speaking live at Storytelling Podcast Week July 21st- 25th! You'll find us on the Women at the Helm: Female Driven Sci-Fi panel! Head over to podcastweek.live/storytelling to register and use the code "HINAY" for a FREE PASS. #storytellingpodcastweek The event also features live episodes…
 
In this weeks episode Tahlia dives into why she prefers to set herself expectations and intentions rather than goals. For example, her intention may be to "live a healthy lifestyle" rather than setting the goal of "working out 5 times a week". The first episode in July, Tahlia dives into what her year-long expectations were, and updates you on what…
 
In this weeks episode, Tahlia dives into all of her favourite takeaways from Dr Wayne W. Dyer's book, "Living an Inspired Life". As she talks about all that she learned from this challenging piece of literature, you'll be invited to learn and grow with her, until you have reached a continuous place on inspiration within your own life. If you like t…
 
In this weeks episode join Tahlia and she talks all things "first job". She shares her favourite tips for working in a cafe, babysitting kids, and how to remain calm during trial shift etc. Join her also as she asks her boss "What do you look for when employing someone?". Share this with anyone you know who is looking for a job, or just recently be…
 
In this weeks episode Tahlia delves into what attaining true happiness even looks like, and discusses whether it is possible. Using polls from the @goodluck_charlie instagram, Tahlia talks all things true happiness, becoming content within your own life and learning how to trust yourself in amongst anxiety. Hope you enjoy!…
 
An interview with Motzie, Reg, and our special guest Budjette Tan, writer of the groundbreaking Filipino supernatural comic Trese. - Trese will be premiering as a Netflix anime series later this year: https://www.netflix.com/title/81012541 - You can read the first issue for free on Penlab: http://penlab.ink/titles/trese/ Trese is being published in…
 
This episode we dive right into the power of giving and how, scientifically, it can make you feel so wonderful! However, that's only the half the picture. After realising this week how much I struggle with receiving gifts, I wanted to investigate some fo the reasons this might be the case, and I realised how important it ist to be able to graciousl…
 
Sinapian (Possessed) Part 2 In which an end is just the beginning. Content Warnings: Loss of control, possession, fire, violence, mentions of murder. [and more of the Brit-ish accent] Hi Nay is a podcast produced by Motzie Dapul and Reg Geli and is licensed under a creative commons attribution noncommercial sharealike 4.0 international license. Tod…
 
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