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DJ Annie Macmanus chats to artists, writers, musicians and a host of fascinating people about CHANGE. Each guest talks through the biggest changes they have overcome in childhood and adulthood, and how they effect change. The podcast explores how change punctuates our lives, how it can totally derail us and define who we are. How we confront it, react to it and how we try to activate change has never been more important than in this moment.
 
Camp Adulthood is the Millennial art of living like a trash bag while still managing to pay for your own s**t and being interesting AF. Camp Adulthood is doing very big and scary things, like having a baby or buying a house or taking care of an ailing parent or starting a business, while still not being sure where your checkbook is (or even how to write a check). Camp Adulthood is Tinder and Facebook and Instagram, but also Encyclopedia Britannica and Oregon Trail and John Hughes movies. But ...
 
Join hosts Michelle Buteau and Jordan Carlos as they navigate the rough waters of adulthood with the help of hilarious adult guests like Phoebe Robinson, Jim Gaffigan and Danielle Brooks. Taxes? Ew! Asking for a raise? Yuck! Killing a mouse? No thanks. Plus: answers to all your adulting questions. Adulting is produced by WNYC Studios, home to great podcasts like Radiolab, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy and Here's the Thing with Alec Baldwin.
 
If you are the type of person who loves to eat street foods while talking random shit with someone, I think this is the perfect show for you! You make sawsaw na! Isaw Chronicles was put together by some 20-something kids: Avin, Poleng, and Marky, who were too tired of surviving the chaotic world of adulthood!
 
Yuri and Mich have been best friends since before puberty. Decades later, they are keeping their love alive through virtual happy hours where they discuss the past, present and the future, while trying to navigate the crazy world of adulthood.
 
Identical twin sisters, just entering their thirties, hold simple thought-provoking conversations about young adulthood. Listen to their identically individual twin theories and be inspired to conquer the basic complications of navigating this wildly manageable stage of life.
 
#Millennial podcast is a weekly roundtable about our Generation Y experience. From news to politics and pop culture, a panel of friends digs in on why these stories matter and how they affect millennials. If you’ve ever wondered how to maneuver student loan debt, voting, relationships, careers, or just life in general, we feel that SO. HARD. And we’re here to share our stories, along with our greatest challenges and wins, along the way. Put simply, #Millennial is about journeying through you ...
 
Adulting isn't easy, but we got you. Teach Me How To Adult is a smart, unfiltered podcast on everything you never learned growing up, from crushing your career and love life to balancing budgets and wellness. We chat with experts and hustlers who serve up #realtalk and actionable tips on navigating adulthood like a boss. We’re diving deep on everything: Investing! Career advice! Taxes! Homeownership! Relationship goals! Mental health! Fitness! Folding a fitted sheet!? Trying to kill it at th ...
 
Friends since adulthood, Vishal Sheth and Cory Bullis host the podcast where casual conversation takes center stage, Open Collar. So open your collars and your ears for discussions on pop culture, some times sports and the randomness that follows. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/opencollar/support
 
No Bull with Anna Wildman (formerly Running Vegan Radio) is the podcast that inspires you to take no bull and go after what you want. Anna has real, no bull conversations with leaders in the vegan, fitness, food, and sustainability communities. As Anna grows, you grow-- join her on her journey to finding greatness while navigating through adulthood as a millennial.
 
Reminiscent is a weekly show where 2 best friends discuss their favorite bands from their adolescence and how it’s shaped their lives as they find themselves exploring early adulthood. Hitting puberty in the early 2000’s was a really strange time for a lot of people, but Tom and Pat have had each others back since the early 90s. Come along for the ride.
 
Join hosts Eric, Keenan, and DJ Boogie as they give their Ignorant Philosophy on pop culture, relationships and social issues each week. As young African-Americans living and working in the Midwest, Ignorant Philosophy serves as weekly therapy for four friends just trying to figure out adulthood. From understanding the sentiments of their parents to breaking down proper f-buddy manners, Ignorant Philosophy provides much-needed light-hearted comedic commentary of a world that can sometimes ta ...
 
Comedians Paige Weldon and Emily Faye don’t think hanging out at the mall should stop in adulthood. Join them and a guest each episode as they discuss mall memories from their youth, current day mall-going habits, and classic stores like Spencer’s, Wet Seal, and PacSun. Follow Mall Talk on Twitter and Instagram @malltalkpod. Photo by Mandee Johnson Photography @mandeephoto
 
In his Raising Young Athletes podcast, Dr. Jim Taylor—an internationally-recognized authority on sport psychology, child development, and parenting—offers a guiding hand to help parents ensure that their children’s sports participation encourages positive attitudes and promotes healthy developments as they move toward adulthood. The role of parents in shaping their children’s sports experience has never been more important, and Dr. Taylor shows parents how to send the right messages to their ...
 
Growth In Progress (formerly the 20s Are Hard podcast) is a fortnightly podcast where best friends Charlotte & Helli catch up for a frank discussion about the things that aren’t usually spoken about. Whether it’s friendship breakups, the reality of quitting a job, maintaining your mental health, figuring out your finances, life not working out how you imagined or just trying to be a better person, knowing where to start can feel uncomfortable and overwhelming. The pressure to get it right is ...
 
It’s nothing biblical – but you can take it as gospel. The podcast interviews a range of people to talk life, provide advice and help listeners navigate their way through the other side of the pandemic. Jake talks all sports across the globe, life out of university (college), finding his way in the world and passing on what he and his guests have learnt in their youth - on the path to adulthood. It sets the platform for mates to tell funny stories, talk new movies, documentaries, conspiracie ...
 
"Lost In The Middle" is a podcast where Dezzy, CBreezy, and Dani will tell you our outlook and views on life through our eyes of not being a Millenial or in Generation Z. Instead, they feel lost in the middle, not being labeled by a generation at all. Just fun, open and honest conversations from teenagers coming into adulthood. A few of our topics include relationship experiences, family dynamics, entertainment, and so much more. Be on the lookout for us every Monday!
 
Whether you clicked on us accidentally or have been stalking us on social, we are happy that you decided to check us out. We are your hosts Dee and Vee; two transplants who met in law school, both working in corporate America, and trying to survive this concrete jungle known as NYC. While remaining filtered at work, we decided to unleash our unfiltered thoughts on current events, social issues, travel, dating and the shit that is adulthood. Two Chicks One Mic is a weekly podcast with a new e ...
 
At 21 years old Maverick Levy recognized that there is a lack of education surrounding life skills that are necessary in adulthood to become successful. Maverick wants to know what The Best of the Best in every industry wish they knew when they were in their 20s, while chronicling his own journey. This podcast discusses a range of topics including how to file your taxes, the importance of saving money, building a multi-million dollar brand on social media and so much more. This is The Best o ...
 
On Agla Station Adulthood, best friends Rytasha Rathore and Ayushi Amin ride through the various stations of life. Whether you're in your mid-twenties, just entering them, or about to cross into the next decade, there seem to be a bunch of issues that we're all going through. After all, nobody is perfect. We've had first jobs, second jobs, we've blown our paychecks, and invested a little too. Half of us even moved into our own place. We swiped right, we swiped left, we've loved, we've been l ...
 
Kids gifted with strange powers have grown up under the thumb of the vicious and intelligent driver of the van Novia-Scotia. Seventeen year old Cola’s life in the van is shaken up when her older “sister” Rosaline has disappeared and she realizes Nova will stop at nothing to find her. What will happen when she does? And what will happen to Cola as she nears adulthood, the age when kids in the van seem to slip away?
 
What if a tiny dragon lived in my closet? What if there were a never-ending bowl of ice cream? What if cats ruled the world? Pirates, fairies, wizards, and robots band together with an endless cast of characters to help Mr. Eric tell wacky stories inspired by kids’ questions. Mr. Eric believes that curiosity and hope go hand in hand. If children keep asking questions, they’ll always be open to new ideas and new challenges. What If World’s progressive stories and satires aim to keep kids laug ...
 
Carrots and Suffering: A D&D Odyssey An actual play intrigue campaign podcast featuring D&D 5th edition, by 4 friends from Portland Oregon The ancient kingdom of Fenrir, blessed with prosperity from the queen of fairy for a millennia, has fallen. The once bountiful forests are teeming now with thorns and monsters. Each prick of the brambles' poison turns man into beast, one drop at a time. For over a lifetime now, the kingdom has struggled to remain alive under constant siege from without an ...
 
Best friends light up your Friday night talking nonsense . . . that might actually sound meaningful . . . while sitting in the closet of their bedrooms . . . in an attempt to become millionaires . . . while avoiding the eminent responsibilities of adulthood.
 
This podcast is hosted by author Ben Povlow. The purpose of this podcast is to support his book "Self-Help for At-Risk Teens" It will include additional information about the topics covered in the book and other related topics as well. You will learn more about the author Ben Povlow and hear his personal stories of overcoming the odds of being an at-risk teenager. "Becoming a juvenile delinquent is nothing to be proud of. After spending time in a juvenile program, I still hadn't learned my l ...
 
Up to this point in history, children have been seen as less than and parented in a way that uses power over a child. Most of us were parented in this way but there is a shift in thinking about the way we raise our kids. Parents don’t feel good about using shame, blame, criticism, punishments, and even rewards, to get their kids to listen. Parents are wanting a different way because they know from their own childhoods this type of parenting hurts and leaves us with scars we take with us thro ...
 
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We needed some help at our second attempt at discussing dating, so we spoke with the hilariously honest and comedian extraordinaire Aishwarya Mohanraj! Her Instagram series on the perils and plotlines of dating in India is not only max relatable but also max accurate. This episode covers updates on our own dating lives, our experiences on the fated…
 
Stella Sabin, who has dyslexia herself, looks at the impact of the condition in adult life, and asks what difference does it make to know the name of what you are experiencing? Dyslexic people are disproportionally represented in low paying jobs and in the US and the UK 50% of the prison population are dyslexic. She visits the intelligence and secu…
 
Shea and Maddie are joined by Sam Granger, a former Peace Corps volunteer and friend of the pod! The three discuss romance novels, mask compliance, punctuation usage, Jen Hatmaker drama, schools reopening, Colombia, deciding to join the Peace Corps, experiencing a new culture, and teaching financial literacy!Links to Things Discussed in the Episode…
 
Welcome to this week's Quickie, our super fast take on all the adulting things that matter to you. This week, we’re diving into something we all need help with right now... how to navigate the news responsibly, while protecting our mental health. With COVID-19 numbers surging around the world, the upcoming US election, and the onslaught of disaster…
 
It's our last episode before the election! We know this campaign has been exhausting, so we've got some lighter content to look forward to, along with our final thoughts about the importance of being counted in this election. VOTE! Our Borat: Subsequent Movie Film review: offensive and hilarious. Just when we'd all forgotten about Quibi, we learned…
 
The world is watching the election in the United States. There is confusing, and contradictory information out there, so how do parents make sense of the election, and how do they talk to their kids about it? My guest, award winning political campaign strategist, John Shallman, shares how we can talk to our kids about politics and the current US el…
 
Dezzy, Dani & CBreezy discuss Halloween 2020, Celebrities and TV: Halloween 2020 Ideas or plans for Halloween? Are Haunted Houses ‘Out of Date’ for this generation? Costumes: Do you prefer a DIY or Bought Costume? Which costume do you prefer:: Scary or Sexy? Celebrities Favorite Celebrities WAP-Is it empowering for young women and girls, or sending…
 
Alabaster Zero and Fair Elise share the first episode of their detective show, which was inspired by a listener question! Lessons include: we can make the best of the holidays, even when they change; our big feelings are the most important to share Join our Patreon to try out Mr. Eric’s Guilds & Goblins game! Plus, get Ad-Free stories, a Shout-Out …
 
Alison Lapper is a celebrated artist, best known for being the subject of a very famous piece of art, a Marc Quinn sculpture which caused uproar at the time depicting her ‘limbless body’, no arms and very short legs, heavily pregnant with her son Parys. The statute rested on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar square and proved quite the subversive neig…
 
Seventy years ago tens of thousands of North Korean troops invaded South Korea. Over the next three years one of the bloodiest conflicts of the 20th Century claimed millions of lives. On a more positive note, though, the Korean War helped precipitate social change in the United States. Following President Truman’s Executive Order 9981, the Korean c…
 
Nuala McGovern speaks with truck drivers and farmers in the United States as they share their thoughts on how their lives and livelihoods have been under the past four years of the Trump presidency. Wisconsin is known as America’s Dairyland. It’s an important state in this election, where the vote could go either way, and where more than one in ten…
 
In this episode, author Ben Povlow explains how you can improve the quality of your life by not making excuses. There is power in personal responsibility. Learn how you can get more done and achieve greater results by not giving yourself excuses and not accepting them from other people. Ben gives a current real-life example of how he is overcoming …
 
While Wake Me Up When September Ends was originally written in remembrance of Bill Joe’s father, the sheer reach and gravity of the song allowed for many different interpretations. The one that Green Day really seemed to run with was the 9/11 theme, and holy hell did they lean in for the music video. This thing is over 7 minutes long people, with n…
 
We're going existential! This week we're talking about the declining birth rate in Japan and around the world-- what may be causing it and whether it's a good or bad thing to have less humans. Also, should we be exploring and inhabiting other planets, or should we stick to planet earth? What is the fate of the human species, and do we have any cont…
 
Episode #28: Do with Your Children of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the fourth of five episodes in which I’m exploring the Dos and Don’ts of Sport Parenting, in other words, what sport parents should and shouldn’t do with themselves, other parents, coaches, and their children. What you do with, for, and to your […] The post Raising Young Ath…
 
By the middle of the 20th century, the English town of Grimsby was the biggest fishing port in the world. When the catch was good “fishermen could live like rock stars”, says Kurt Christensen who first went to sea aged 15. He was instantly addicted to a tough and dangerous life on the waves. But from the 1970s onwards, the industry went into declin…
 
Women tell how their boyfriends proposed, plus a peek inside The Babylon Bee, and his church-going date doesn’t put Christ first.Featured musical artist: Various ArtistsRoundtable: Engagement Stories (The Girls’ Side)In part two of this discussion on proposal dos and don’ts (part one with the guys last week!), the ladies remember the details of tha…
 
This is Episode 9 of The Best of the Best: Maverick's Guide To Success with Maverick Levy & today he's here to discuss: Sh!t that's not taught in school, the giveaway winner & more. Then it's an honor & privilege to have Syed Ahmed on the show to discuss: Where he grew up & went to school, Gold Rush Rally, his interest in cars, what he went to scho…
 
In this episode, Ben Povlow shares practical strategies you can apply to take control of your life. Become the respected independent young adult you desire to be. These tips will help you understand what it is you can be doing right now to gain the confidence you need. The topics covered in this episode include accepting personal responsibility, ma…
 
Episode 123: American Timelines 1969, Part 9: Murder of an Icon/Occupying Alcatraz. Civil Rights Icon Fred Hampton is tragically murdered, Indigenous People’s leader Richard Oakes leads a takeover of Alcatraz, Hell’s Angels kill people at Altamont. Plus: Wendy’s, Dick Cavett, Fat Albert & Wedding Bell Blues. Season 4, Episode 58, of American Timeli…
 
Jared Logan (Comedy Central, Stream of Blood on Twitch) joins us to talk about the movie event of 2019: The Good Liar, the oft-forgotten Interstellar fast pass and the grand opening of the Morgantown Mall in Morgantown, WV which blew the Mountaineer Mall out of the water. Plus, the many phases of RadioShack and a special Mall-oween edition of M.A.L…
 
Come along into the deep, dark wood and join us in finding a whole new family. SPIDERS MURDER INTRIGUE CARS it's getting spooky out here!!! Email us at restrictedsectionpod@gmail.com to tell us what you thought of The Boy Who Lived or even what you think of us! We’d love to read your email on the show. Be sure to subscribe to know right away about …
 
As of this episode, we have all officially voted! Do you want us to be able to change out Trump's screaming face for sunglasses Joe? Get out and vote and make it happen! Laura became THAT paranoid pet owner, and Pam became THAT person who forgot her mask. As promised, we deliver dramatic readings of our bitchy Yelp reviews. Some of us are bitchier …
 
How many times from pregnancy to parenting do you feel like you are doing it all wrong? The truth is, we need to have open and honest conversations about the changes in our bodies as a result of carrying our babies. Often after childbirth, moms are forgotten and everyone is focused on the baby. Yes, that's wonderful but we are left feeling exhauste…
 
The Whatventurers (thanks Sam E. for the name suggestions) are back to save their friends from a strange song that seems to be luring them into the mist! Lessons include: failure can be part of the fun, especially when you’re playing a game with friends; taking time to feel sad can be very healing, and get you ready to feel happy and/or goofy again…
 
Tammie Jo was told ‘girls don’t fly’ before defying the odds to become one of the first female pilots in the US Navy, going on to save 148 lives when she landed a plane after an engine exploded cracking a window, and sucking one passenger half way out. In this gripping conversation, Tammie Jo tells Annie about the many doors slammed in her face by …
 
In this episode, Marky and Avin have Patrick of Rule20 Podcast as their guest and co-host as well. They talk about the things that should and shouldn't be done if you're an ex already. The nakikisawsaws are kind enough to extend their effort and give some tips on how to move on. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/isaw-chronicles/message…
 
As an election approaches in America, we return to a unique experiment which took the temperature of the USA after the surprise election of Donald Trump. In 2016 the BBC World Service, in association with American Public Media, focused on areas which the media had neglected – but made all the difference. We asked for smartphone voice recordings fro…
 
Our conversations reflect the impact Covid-19 has had on the US economy and on people’s jobs and wellbeing. We hear from a cook in northern California and a PBX switchboard operator in Massachusetts, who both lost their jobs and are struggling to make ends meet and pay the bills. They talk about how they feel forgotten, how the social system isn’t …
 
In this episode, Ben Povlow shares tips, and techniques on how you can learn to apply self-help and personal-development strategies that will help to create the life of your dreams. Find out how you can make simple decisions that can have big results in improving the quality of your life. The topics covered in this episode include developing a mind…
 
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