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Forget the selfies and social media updates of everyone at their best, three-time New York Times best-selling author Nadia Bolz-Weber’s new podcast, The Confessional, invites guests to share stories about times they were at their worst. Guests talk honestly about what led to that moment, what they learned from it, and how they changed as a result. A former stand-up comic and a recovering alcoholic, Bolz-Weber is a Lutheran Pastor and the founder of House for All Sinners and Saints, in Denver ...
 
Hosted by award-winning leader, journalist and conscious career coach, Alison Rice, Offline is a series of honest conversations with the people behind our favourite Instagram accounts and the teachers who help us on our way. Past guests include Goop's Elise Loehnen, Shameless co-hosts Michelle Andrews and Zara McDonald, Buddhist meditation teacher Manoj Dias, Australian fashion and beauty entrepreneurs Elle Ferguson and Pip Edwards, colourism activist and scientist Zinnia Kumar, NYC astrolog ...
 
Join me in shameless freedom of expression! Welcome to the Digestible Bytes Podcast, where talk isn't cheap...it's real! TaChe is an influencer, educator, and boy mom living in sunny South Florida serving up her unorthadoxed thoughts and opinions on a variety of topics in pop culture. When she is not drinking coffee, TaChe uses her social media platform to motivate, spread positivity and awareness of issues affecting the black community. With a bit of humor, her goal is to give a unique pers ...
 
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!
 
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For episode 71 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with the hosts of Shameless the podcast, Zara McDonald and Michelle Andrews. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be catapulted into the public sphere with one of your best friends before the age of 25? Oh, and add to that the whole thing is being recorded and millions of people are n…
 
In episode 72 of Offline, host Alison Rice has an honest conversation with Carson Tueller, a performance and empowerment coach based in New York City. His coaching methodology is rooted in the philosophy that our lives are lived inside of the narratives we’ve created about ourselves, our circumstances, and our experiences. Let that sink in for a mo…
 
Hiiiiya pals! This month, we’re talking all about Jessie Tu’s debut novel, A Lonely Girl Is A Dangerous Thing. It’s a novel about a young Taiwanese-Australian woman named Jena Lin, who - after being recognised as a prodigy throughout childhood - has re-introduced classical violin back into her life as a 20-something Syndey-sider. We see Jena naviga…
 
“You know, it comes down to a human error, but one of massive proportions because you're dealing with humanity and people's lives.” Maria is the host of Latino USA and one of the most respected journalists in the country. She also has a new memoir. It’s called Once I Was You: A Memoir of Love and Hate in a Torn America. https://twitter.com/Maria_Hi…
 
Greetings, good people! Happy Monday! On today’s show: We have some issues with the Instagram activity of this year’s bachelor, Locky Gilbert. Plus, how do we feel about J.K. Rowling’s books being removed from bookstore shelves in the wake of her transphobic statements? Then, a deep dive on model Emily Ratajkowski’s viral essay in New York Magazine…
 
The boys get together to talk about the newest Justin Bieber & Chance The Rapper single, "Holy", the new Brent Faiyaz single "Dead Man Walking", The new Conway Album "From a King to a God", Kanye's label issues and then have a heart to heart about the (dated?) concept of marriage. It's getting cold outside...CORRECTION: The Childish Gambino mixtape…
 
Happy Thursday lovely people! Today on the show we have the formidable Jennifer Atilemile. Jennifer is an international model and writer who advocates for greater representation of racial and body diversity in the media, and who has very recently landed one of the biggest jobs of her career: A campaign with Victoria’s Secret. In this chat we cover …
 
“My attachment to success prevented me from doing the one thing that I value the most in my life, which is showing up for other black women.” Amber is a storyteller, creative content strategist, and reproductive justice activist whose work imagines a world where Black womanhood is an expansive overwhelming experience of safety, pleasure, and joy. h…
 
A happy, happy Monday to you all! On today’s show: Zac Efron has a new Aussie girlfriend, and we’re sorry, but it’s not you. Plus, why the hell is Wayne Carey one of the country’s biggest faces on TV, and then, what does the cancellation of Keeping Up With The Kardashians say about the changing nature of celebrity? This week, Mich recommended Concr…
 
G’day, wonderful humans! Last week, Zara interviewed Mich to celebrate the launch of their new book, The Space Between. Well, this week it’s Zara’s turn to be interviewed! Yay! Fun! Ok Less me (Annabelle, hey!) now, more them! In this chat, Mich asks Zara about it all: From how it feels to find out both your parents are sick with cancer, to having …
 
“So what I ended up doing was being an incredible dick to my father. That's what I ended up doing.” Jonathan Williams is the Lead Pastor of Forefront Church in Brooklyn, New York. He co-wrote his first book She’s My Dad: A Father’s Transition and a Son’s Redemption with his father Paula Stone Williams. https://twitter.com/the_jonathanw…
 
“But like being a father, I have to excel at that because a lot of people were expecting me not to.” Joel was born and raised in the Bronx. He is the author of A Book About Things I Will Tell My Daughter and God Wears Durags Too. His recent TED talk on co-parenting is recommended viewing for everyone who listens to this episode. https://twitter.com…
 
Very special episode where we discuss a rock painted TRUMP 2020, King's Disease, if Nas was ever a top 5 emcee and if America is even worth living in now. We review the new Internet money album and the new Jaden Smith album. Also, we try to figure out what's wrong with R&B singers while Max calls another rapper corny completely unprovoked and tries…
 
In episode 70 of Offline, host Alison Rice has an honest conversation with evolutionary astrologer Daisy Clementine Douglas. She’s on a mission to help people understand why their soul incarnated. In this episode, Daisy explains why our birth chart is a reflection of everything we already are, and also shares what parts of our chart relate to thing…
 
“I truly believed that we had gotten Bruce Springsteen to commit to this benefit compilation. And so when I went to present that to the group, I went back through my emails and there was no such communication.” Kasey currently serves as a program coordinator for a recovery services nonprofit in Portland, Oregon. Between around 2004 and 2013, he was…
 
Happy Monday morning, absolute faves! On today’s show: Does former Bachelorette Georgia Love have a right to complain about her wedding being cancelled for the second time? Plus, The Masked Singer Australia has been shutdown after seven crew members tested positive for COVID-19, and how do we feel about television shows being considered 'essential …
 
“I didn't feel like, oh, I need to call my lawyer or anything like that. I felt like I was totally with it. And then I did the breathalyzer and I can't remember exactly what number I blew, but it was like, I think, two times the legal limit. And I thought, this machine is broken.” When Abby retired from professional soccer in 2015, she was a two-ti…
 
HI! HELLO! HOW ARE YA??! On today’s show: The influencer who broke lockdown laws and was taken down by social media vigilantism. Then, is Rihanna planning total world domination? And finally, we go deep on the Bachelor season premiere and *that* red hair rant. This week, Zara recommended the Bloody Floradora cocktail. Mich recommended another thing…
 
For episode 69 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with chiropractor, certified Neuro Emotional Technique (N.E.T.) practitioner and founder of Selph Health Studios, Dr. Evan Sgammotta. N.E.T. is an approach to stress reduction that focuses on breaking behavioural patterns and stress points that can show up physically in the body. It also helps s…
 
HAPPY THURSDAY EVERYBODY!!! Today on the show, we bring you very candid, very clever, Alisha Aitken-Radburn. Alisha is something of Bachelor royalty after appearing on the Honey Badger’s season in 2018, and then on two consecutive seasons of Bachelor in Paradise. In this chat, we cover Alisha’s career in politics and her time in the Bachelor mansio…
 
“And then all the emotions sort of flowed and I started crying in a way I don't think I have since or probably didn't before. I was just sort of heaving and then I thought, wow, this is going to ruin me. This is the end of my life. You know?” Darin lives in New York City. His memoir Half a Life won the National Book Critics Circle Award for Autobio…
 
G’day glorious people! On today’s show: The music video for the new single 'WAP' by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion is here and it's SO damn saucy it broke the internet. Plus, what Bachelor in Paradise’s Ciarran and Timm tell us about male possessiveness over women. And then, the anti-wrinkle, anti-aging, totally baffling vagina masks that one Auss…
 
“We would also be very conscious of preaching anti-communism because people were saying that the African National Congress, you know, former President Mandela's political party, they were really not liberation fighters, they were terrorists.” Wilhelm is a facilitator and researcher based at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. A dedicated peace…
 
HOWDY FRIENDS! On today’s show: We have - not one - but TWO bachelorettes this year, and the country is quite divided over the news. Plus, the controversy around the #womensupportingwomen challenge on Instagram, and then, did Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift date? We break down the dating rumour that just won’t go away. This week, Zara recommended lis…
 
In episode 68 of Offline, host Alison Rice has an honest conversation with New Zealand-based freelance fashion creative and founder of Sauce, Zeenat Wilkinson. Zeenat grew up in Mumbai and completed a degree in psychology before leaving to study fashion at Central Saint Martins in London. Today, she lives in New Zealand with her husband and their n…
 
A very happy Saturday to you, Shameless book clubbers! This month, we’re talking all about Casey McQuiston’s debut, multiple award-winning novel, ‘Red, White & Royal Blue’. McQuiston’s book centres on Alex Claremont Diaz, the son of the first Female President of the United States. The story follows Alex and his love-hate relationship with a British…
 
Special guest Stone joins the show to discuss the end of the American empire and what that means for the world of music. We also discuss new music that's released and give our thoughts on Logic's new album and retirement. We go further in-depth with the Megan Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez situation and of course, give some music recommendations thro…
 
“So it's not necessarily an overnight thing. And the only person, the only person or people who get to decide if a person should be forgiven, are the ones harmed.” Season two of The Confessional is coming very, very soon. In the meantime, I invited my good friend Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg on the show to offer a different perspective on repentance and …
 
A big good morning to you all, including our very special birthday gal, ZARA MCDONALD! On today’s show: What the fuck is going on with the “everything is cake” trend taking over twitter? Plus, we need to talk about the tragic death of Glee star Naya Rivera, and then, a discussion on the #FreeBritney movement that’s hit fever pitch. This week, Mich …
 
For episode 67 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with Goop’s chief content officer, Elise Loehnen. Goop is a wellness brand that offers its audience of progressive and curious thinkers content, products and experiences that seek to crack open taboos and start new conversations. It’s safe to say you’re either Goopy or you’re not and if you hit …
 
Happy Monday to our fave humans! On today’s show: The maaaany reasons Kanye West absolutely should not become President. Plus, the controversial Harper’s letter signed by scores of high-profile journalists and artists lamenting cancel culture, and then, a conversation about influencers, politics and a pandemic. This week, Mich recommended the Bumbl…
 
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