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Join Banana Jane Garnett's adventures into the salacious and the spiritual, including talks with idiosyncratic healers — like the psychic who talks to both sides of congress, the hairdresser who discovered she could talk with dead people through sister braids, the death doula who uses 5 MEO DMT to release spirits, the former Meth addict artist who was healed by Iboga, a Tantric sex-cult leader, and a Trans sex worker with surprising insights into what people are really looking for. Throughou ...
 
Eat Blog Talk is the one-stop podcast for food bloggers, delivering value and instilling confidence so you can level up in your business. The podcast features interviews with food bloggers and other experts who deliver valuable and relevant information and insights to the blogging space. We cover all the hot food blogging topics such as SEO, social media strategies, keyword research, how to pitch yourself to brands and which keyword research tools to use. We also focus on improving your mind ...
 
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Utilizes narrative storytelling, archival audio, and immersive soundscapes to explore true stories of white-collar criminals, con artists, and corporate evil. From corruption and fraud to Ponzi schemes and environmental disasters, these financially motivated crimes have shaped our world in unimaginable ways. All in the name of greed.
 
When you live in the diet mindset, you spend much of your time living in your head- constantly tallying, dwelling, and stressing over your food and lifestyle choices. When you become an intuitive eater, you learn to drop into your body and start living shoulders down. The territory below your shoulders contains your innate wisdom and power. Shoulders Down is a podcast designed to teach you how to harness your intuition to govern not just how you eat but also how you live. Shoulders Down Podc ...
 
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This week we are joined by Rachel Goodman, a fellow anti-diet dietitian. In this episode we talk about: Rachel's story with her relationship with food and body Rachel's personal experience with maintaining religious dietary restrictions while still being an intuitive eater How to keep yourself honest about your TRUE intentions for dietary restricti…
 
In episode 346, Eric Samuelson teaches us how to rank for non-recipe posts and why this content is often easy to create and valuable as it attracts new readers to our blogs. Eric has been blogging since 2009 and, as the creator behind Eat Like No One Else, he teaches his readers how they can enhance the way they eat through specialty food and ingre…
 
In episode 345, Megan talks to Jenna about which trends to look out for in Q4, 2022. They explore topics like maximizing Web Stories for explosive traffic, gaining extra revenue from Pinterest and buidling rewarding communities with Facebook Groups. Jenna is the creator behind The Urben Life, a food and lifestyle blog where she shares allergy-frien…
 
This week we are joined by Mya Kwon, a fellow anti-diet dietitian. In this episode we talk about: Mya's story with her relationship with food and body Mya's unconventional path into the world of HAES and Intuitive Eating How Mya's students respond to the weight inclusive curriculum Why grieving the thin ideal is an important part of body image heal…
 
In episode 344, Megan chats to Cheryl Norris, creator of Bakes by Brown Sugar, about why we should treat our blog as a business from the beginning, the importance of SEO and investing in yourself. Engineer by day, baker by night, Cheryl has been a food blogger since 2018. Passionate about the science of baking and eager to share delicious recipes o…
 
In episode 343, Tyanne Johnson teaches us how to self-publish a cookbook in 45 days. She walks us through every step she took from what’s essential during market research to how a book launch team can help you and tips for book promotion. Tyanne is food blogger and recipe developer at Cooking with Tyanne, specializing in easy, flavourful recipes us…
 
In this week’s episode, I have the absolute honor of sitting down with Elyse Resh, one of the co-authors of Intuitive Eating (and one of my greatest role models!) In this episode, we discuss: Elyse’s story with her relationship with food and body The behind the scenes story on how the Intuitive Eating framework came to be How Intuitive Eating has e…
 
In episode 342, Megan chats to Madison Wetherill about how to get the most out of Gutenberg blocks in order to streamline our blogs and make them fast and easy to navigate. Madison is a food blogger turned web designer at Grace & Vine Studios. She helps clients’ make their website and brand stand out from the crowded food blogging space. She also h…
 
The charismatic CEO of HealthSouth stands trial for a $2.8 billion accounting fraud. Prelude: Don Siegelman, the former governor of Alabama, becomes a political target. –––-–---------------------------------------- BECOME A VALUEDLISTENER™ Spotify Apple Podcasts Patreon –––-–---------------------------------------- DONATE: SwindledPodcast.com/Suppo…
 
In episode 341, Allea Grummert teaches us how to segment our email list so that we can send tailored content to our subscribers and get higher conversion rates and earn more revenue. Allea is the founder of Duett where she works as an email marketing strategist and conversion copywriter. She helps online business owners make a killer first impressi…
 
This week we are joined by Lindsey Schafer and Catherine Tumminello, two anti-diet aligned therapist who focus on body image issues. Lindsey and Catherine run a therapy group called "My Body in the Bedroom" for women who struggle with body image, focusing on how negative body image can impact dating, relationships, and intimacy. In this episode we …
 
In episode 340, Megan chats to Courtney Paige about how to turn your blog and the community you build into a full-time job. She explores different sources of revenue and shares her strategy for social media growth and negotiating brand sponsorships. Courtney is a freelance food photographer and founder of A Page of Positivity, a healthy delicious f…
 
In episode 339, Dalya Rubin, creator of It’s Raining Flour, teaches us how we can attract potential clients from the blogging community, helping other bloggers grow. This can in turn provide us with a rewarding additional source of income from the start of our blogging journey. Dalya runs a gluten-free blog and works as a recipe developer, food pho…
 
By popular demand... this week we are joined by my boyfriend, Al! In this episode, we talk about: Al's story with his relationship with food and body How Al explains intuitive eating in his own words How his relationship with food has changed as a product of dating an intuitive eating RD The aspects of intuitive eating and Health At Every Size that…
 
In episode 338, Megan chats to Kathleen Pope about starting a food blog late in life, a mindset for a new, exciting and successful career and how to keep motivated. Kathleen especially encourages us not to give up until we start reaping the fruit from our hard work. Kathleen transitioned into food blogging after running her own product marketing an…
 
In episode 337, Megan talks to Sue Ringsdorf about starting a food blog as a second chapter in life and seeing blogging from a different perspective. It is not only about making money but also the legacy you leave behind. Sue started Sue Bee Homemaker on her 50th birthday after wondering for several months what her next phase in life would be. With…
 
This week we are joined by my intern and current dietetic student, Ally Wheeler! Ally has been interning at Leah Kern Nutrition for the past several months and today she comes on the pod to discuss intuitive eating in college. In this episode, we talk about: Ally’s story with her relationship with food and body How Ally’s blog content has shifted s…
 
In episode 336, Megan chats with Johanna Voss, about the benefits of hiring a talent manager, especially how and why this can land you groundbreaking deals for your business. Johanna is a talent manager for social media influencers who want clarity for their brands, their businesses and plan strategically for the future. She has closed up to $3.5 m…
 
In episode 335, Michelle Boulé teaches us how to bring universal laws into our businesses and apply them to our processes so that we can boost our confidence in the decisions we want to make and reach our goals more easily. Michelle is a transformational life and business coach who helps compassionate business owners and creative entrepreneurs all …
 
This week we are joined by Lauren Sharpe, a fellow anti-diet dietitian. In this episode we talk about: Lauren's story with her relationship with food and body How working at Lulu Lemon introduced Lauren to wellness culture which planted the seeds for her obsession with health Why you can’t "cure" your anxiety with diet and exercise The moment Laure…
 
A beloved ice cream brand issues a recall when its products are linked to a listeria outbreak. Prelude: Big Olaf Creamery in Sarasota, Florida, continues to sell tainted ice cream while under investigation. –––-–---------------------------------------- BECOME A VALUEDLISTENER™ Spotify Apple Podcasts Patreon –––-–------------------------------------…
 
In episode 334, Megan chats to Katie Jasiewicz, author and owner of Katie’s Cucina, about mistakes made by veteran bloggers and how to avoid them in order to let your business flourish with the times. Katie has been blogging for 12 years. For the first couple of years she shared her recipes with family and friends as a way to fill up her time. She …
 
In episode 333, Sarah Barnes teaches us how to grow our Instagram and TikTok to more than 70K in an organic and enjoyable way. She explains how she has done this for her own brand, Taming Twins, in 90 days by focusing on what her audience really needed and not trying to win the algorithm. As a food blogger and a twin mom, Sarah is driven by the que…
 
Peter Taunton founded one of the largest wellness brands in the world with over 6,000 franchises or licenses across 3 brands in 28 countries- LIFT Brands. He’s also the 2010 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Peter is currently a Forbes Master Class instructor at the Forbes School of Business. Peter’s business accomplishments have been well-…
 
In this week's episode, we catch up with Erica, a graduate of my 1:1 coaching program, The Embodied Method. In this episode, we discuss: Erica’s story with her long history of dieting and trying to manipulate the size shape of her body How her relationship with food and body has changed since doing The Embodied Method and becoming an Intuitive Eate…
 
In episode 332, Barbara Curry teaches us about why it’s essential to collaborate and build community as food bloggers and why this will help build and sustain our blogs. Barbara is an attorney who started a food blog, Butter & Baggage, as a hobby when her children moved out of the house. In 2018, she turned it into a business sharing her special re…
 
In episode 331, Megan chats to Jen Wooster, founder of Peal with Zeal, about how to set up your business so that you can take extended periods of time off worry-free and how to future-proof your business. Previously a COO, managing organisations of 2000 people or more, Jen retired at a young age and started her gluten-free food blog, Peal with Zeal…
 
A funeral director in a small town in Colorado is accused of selling human body parts. Prelude: A raid on Arthur Rathburn's body brokering business in Detroit leads to arrests in Phoenix and Chicago. –––-–---------------------------------------- BECOME A VALUEDLISTENER™ Spotify Apple Podcasts Patreon –––-–---------------------------------------- DO…
 
In this very special episode, two of my best friends, Be and Victoria, join me to reflect on the 18-day hiking trip we just came back from. In this episode, we talk about: Be and Victoria's relationships with food Vegetarianism and why they both ultimately decided to get rid of this rule How being on the trail forces you to pay more attention to bo…
 
In episode 330, Jessica Holmes teaches us how to use words to connect with our readers more deeply. This encourages them to consume our content eagerly, which leads to them staying longer on our food blogs. Jessica has worked as UX copywriter and digital strategist for more than 10 years while also creating her own food blog: Sweetest Menu. When he…
 
In episode 329, Megan chats with Sally Ekus, lead agent and co-owner of the Ekus group, about different routes in cookbook publishing and her new course that covers the topic in detail. As an author representative, Sally delves into different publishing routes, including self-publishing, the role of the agent, obstacles authors currently face and t…
 
In episode 328, Megan chats to Lani Jackson about how to create a flexible business strategy that allows female entrepreneurs to get out of survival mode and create a clear action plan to grow their business, have a steady income while enjoying the freedom to work when and where they want. Lani is a clarity and strategy business coach and hosts the…
 
In episode 327, Megan chats to Addison LaBonte about pursuing a passion project while still maintaining another job. They discuss how to handle various responsibilities, time management hacks and keeping motivated while your food blog grows. Addison is the recipe developer and content creator at Organically Addison. She specialises in gluten-free r…
 
Swindled returns on August 7th! Until then, let's revisit a classic: A middle school dropout embraces his role as "the most hated man on the Internet" after creating a notorious "revenge porn" website called Is Anyone Up. Prelude: Kevin Bollaert becomes the first person convicted under California's revenge porn law. –––-–---------------------------…
 
In episode 326, Monica Davis, creator of The Hidden Veggies, teaches us how to use our niche to rapidly grow our email list, keep them engaged and make them feel valued. This will improve our email subscriber open rate and link click-through rate by making them excited about new recipes on our site. With over 22 years experience being vegan, Monica…
 
In episode 325, Megan chats to Cari Garcia about why TikTok is the best platform for growing your online following right now. The video platform can more than double your social media reach within a year, which will generate more page views for your blog. Cari is a healthcare worker turned content creator who currently makes a living through food b…
 
In episode 324, Megan chats to Chandice Probst, founder of This Vivacious Life, about knowing when to hire out in blogging and how this can rapidly increase your blog growth. Chandice is the co-author of Gluten-Free on a Budget and with a degree in health science she is passionate about raising awareness for coeliac disease across the nation. She d…
 
In episode 323, Megan chats to Anika Gandhi, founder of Anika’s DIY Life, about how to use videos and reels to generate engagement on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok. Anika specializes in woodwork and DIY, helping beginners make pro-level projects. She has a strong presence online across multiple platforms and shares her experience in reaching even …
 
In episode 322, Aubree Malick, host of the Freelancer to CEO podcast, teaches us how to monetize the blogging skills we’ve mastered by turning them into invaluable services we can offer other bloggers and businesses. Aubree helps people in conventional careers become freelancers, growing their own online businesses. She shares the tactics bloggers …
 
In episode 321, Megan chats with Molly Madigan Pisula, founder of Vanilla Bean Cuisine, about how food blogging gives you the opportunity to live a mobile life. Have a successful career anywhere in the world, while being in control of your time, so that you can spend more of it with the people you love. Molly and her husband moved to France where s…
 
A former exotic dancer and his girlfriend are questioned when a house explodes in the Richmond Hill subdivision in Indianapolis. Prelude: A massive explosion in downtown Richmond, Indiana, kills 41 people. –––-–---------------------------------------- BECOME A VALUEDLISTENER™ Spotify Apple Podcasts Patreon –––-–-------------------------------------…
 
In episode 320, Megan chats with Izzah Cheema, founder of Tea for Turmeric, the largest Pakistani food blog, about why creating more content for your blog does not necessarily lead to growth. Izzah specializes in Pakistani recipes and with less than a 100 recipes on her site, she has over 350 thousand page views a month or about 2 million views a y…
 
In episode 319, Megan chats with Eloïse Jennes of Cooking with Elo, about 10 things she wishes she knew when she started her food blog in college. These are essential tips that will help you grow your blog quicker from the start by applying the right skills and avoiding common pitfalls. Inspired to explore cooking after being diagnosed with food in…
 
This week we are joined by anti-diet dietitian and former elite-level synchronized swimmer (artistic swimmer), Katie Spada! In this episode we talk about: Katie’s story - how being a competitive athlete led to disordered eating and body image struggles Why Disordered behaviors become normalized in competitive athletic settings Katie’s breaking poin…
 
In episode 318, Megan chats with Laura Sirkovsky about becoming a food blogger after hitting 30 and how to earn recognition and be noticed in your niche. After being diagnosed with coeliac disease, Laura started her food blog to recreate gluten-free versions of the recipes she grew up with in Canada. After leaving her teaching job, she decided to g…
 
In episode 317, Megan chats with Kim Cauti and Chelsea Vetre about why being an influencer is a good thing and how you can make a change for the better in your niche while at the same time earn extra money by working with brands that you love. Kim and Chelsea offer unique coaching courses for bloggers, photographers and nano-influencers in the food…
 
In this week's episode, we catch up with Taylor, a graduate of my 1:1 coaching program, The Embodied Method. In this episode, we discuss: Taylor's long history of dieting starting with Weight Watchers at age 9 What made her decide give up dieting and do The Embodied Method How her relationship with food and body changed since becoming an intuitive …
 
America's oldest gun manufacturer denies that its most popular product is defective and dangerous. Prelude: A deadly toy gun is recalled by Family Dollar. –––-–---------------------------------------- BECOME A VALUEDLISTENER™ Spotify Apple Podcasts Patreon –––-–---------------------------------------- DONATE: SwindledPodcast.com/Support CONSUME: Sw…
 
In episode 316, Megan chats with Carolyn about how ghost-writing can lighten food bloggers’ loads, helping them gain more time to focus on other aspects of their business. Ghost-writing – writing posts for other bloggers as if they were writing it themselves – provides Carolyn with an additional source of income while she is growing her own gluten-…
 
In episode 315, Megan chats with Ann and Madeleine about their new app Spillt, a social media app that helps food bloggers gain exposure and increase their traffic and revenue by allowing them to save, share and review recipes online while gaining new followers. We cover information about the app’s exciting features, including: - How it helps you i…
 
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