Personal Journals Podcasts
The Cricket Podcast is a project to capture the art of storytelling at bedtime with the stories that we tell our kids. Sometimes they are funny, sometimes they are scary, usually a bit of both. But they are always kid-safe, entertaining, yet calm enough to fall asleep to. Most importantly, we get right into the story without a bunch of self-promoting meta talk. Production is kept minimal with intention: we try to preserve the craft of storytelling by presenting the story exactly as we would when telling our own children, using only our voices. Read more at http://thecricketpodcast.com
By The Cricket
Docs Outside The Box - A Podcast Where Ordinary Doctors Are Doing Extraordinary ThingsJoin Now to Follow
This podcast looks into the minds of cutting-edge and innovative doctors. You won't find these stories in any medical textbook. You're getting real, live insight from men and women pushing the envelope beyond medicine.
By Nii Darko
Welcome to Still Here: Modern Stories of Resilience, Indigenously Told. Still Here is a podcast about beating the odds told from an indigenous worldview hosted and produced by Jenni Monet (Laguna Pueblo). Every other week, each episode features a diverse mix of commentary, interviews, and rich audio storytelling shaped by writers, leaders, and everyday people. From Alaska to Zambia, join us as we explore an indigenous rising up that's helping define contemporary life for the world's First Peoples.
By Jenni Monet
Join international Brits Chris and Anthony for an inside look into Chinese life as foreigners living, working, crying and laughing in China. A light hearted insight into all things good and bad with a little bit of extra wit added on top. With regular special guests from across China and creative educational games thrown in for fun, this podcast is a must for those interested in learning more about the middle kingdom or just wanting a good giggle. China Jedi is not a political movement or nationalistic front to spread the religion of the Jedi. It is for "normal" people, talking about "normal" things, answering "normal" questions to feel and be less "normal". Tune in, turn on and may the smile be with you!
By China Jedi
Wish you knew more about the biggest investment you will most likely ever make? Build Your House Yourself University (byhyu) will teach you to save money and make smart decisions about the construction of the place you and your family will call HOME. We will help you understand residential construction— simplify and demystify the design build process. You’ll come away with successful strategies for building your own house, with or without a general contractor. Become an educated consumer, even if you prefer to buy, rather than build a new house. Complex construction jargon and best practices will be explained in easy to understand terms. It’s not the typical DIY (do it yourself) show. You will learn how to MANAGE the labor, not DO the labor for your new house. Join me, Michelle Nelson, host and fellow informal residential construction student. I’ll share the research I find on home design and building as I prepare to build my home. Together, our community of future home builders, will learn the tips, tricks and trends of experienced contractors and industry experts. I’ll interview owner-builders and construction professionals. During our mini lessons, I’ll inform you about framing, flooring, windows, insulation, kitchen cabinets and countertops…almost anything having to do with new construction homes. You’ll hear about energy efficiency and green building too. There will be product reviews in which you will be introduced to cutting edge, as well as, tried and true products and services. And in keeping with the university theme, episodes will end with short, fun quizzes. If we do our due diligence BEFORE we start construction, we will actually start construction with the most difficult part of the project behind us. Let’s put in the time, effort, preparation and research BEFORE we break ground and building our homes will be much easier and more enjoyable.
By Michelle Nelson—Newbie Student, Researcher, Teacher, Organizer and Planner of All things Residential Construction
The Anxiety Guy Podcast is the only resource you need to begin lessening and eventually ending your struggles with generalized anxiety disorder, hypochondria, and depression. Dennis Simsek takes you through the life of a former professional tennis player, who struggled with and eventually ended his 6 year struggle with panic disorder and health anxiety. Within those 6 years a dream was reached, a child was born, and suicide was being contemplated. This podcast exists so that you don't make the same crucial mistakes when it comes to stress and anxiety, that thousands of other people around the world are making. Change begins today...
By Dennis Simsek: Anxiety Expert, Mental Health Author and Blogger
Turn your Photography Hobby into a Successful Career with The Bearded Tog podcast! From pricing and marketing yourself to professionalism and acquiring new high-paying clients, all the curtains will be pulled back! Struggling to get the perfect work-life balance as a business-owner? Take a listen and get your business where you want it to be today! Join Washington DC Wedding Photographer Adam Mason as he provides insight to how he started his business, mistakes to avoid, and interviews photographers, entrepreneurs, and dreamers. With every episode, you'll be able to apply something new to your business AND your personality. This isn't just for wedding photographers, but for anyone with a passion for entrepreneurship, creativity and building the life you want.
By By Adam Mason - Answers to common business questions like pricing, marketing, and dealing with stress as well as interviews with Abby Grace, Bryan Minear and other entrepreneurs!
America Talks Money | Financial Planning | Financial Advice | Money Management | Investment AdviceJoin Now to Follow
You’ve probably started with great intentions, telling yourself you’ll stash away more for retirement and buy fewer lattes (because some writer said buying lattes is a bad thing). But life happens. It’s not as neat and tidy as the financial experts on TV seem to think. You’ve got a lot going on in your life, and you need more than simplistic, cookie-cutter instructions to keep you on the right financial path. Kate Stalter escorts you to the right path for your money. She talks to experts and "normal" people who have taken the right steps to make better money decisions.
By Kate Stalter - helping listeners who face decisions about portfolio allocation, Social Security strategies, insurance needs, estate planning, college funding and all manner of financial questions.