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Doula2Doula

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Doula2Doula

Exie Buehler & Ciana Vaughn

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If you love pregnancy, birth, parenthood and everything in between, join us on our journey. We are 2 doulas who love to talk about birth, motherhood and life in general. In addition to being a licensed and certified massage therapist and sole owner of Tranquil Touch Birth & Women's Wellness, Exie is an experienced doula and childbirth educator of more than 15 years and over 100 births. Ciana is rising in her journey as a birth professional. Join us for conversations about support, growth, an ...
 
ETL Echo presents Remain Nameless by Heyjude19 How did it feel? It felt like he was barely holding it together. She, of all people, should shun him. Or yell at him. Curse him. Spit at him. Take out her wand and blast him off the face of the earth. It was crushing guilt and relief and confusion all at once when he looked at Hermione Granger. The monotony of Draco’s daily routine had become both a lifeline and a noose. But this new habit of grabbing coffee with Hermione Granger is quickly beco ...
 
Let's talk about it! From serious topics like Existential Anxiety or how terrified I have become of death to less serious stuff like why I take year long breaks from cereal just to eat it again and be reminded that cereal is amazing.
 
Welcome to The Press Office with Kate & Co. PR, the podcast that gives you an exclusive and unfiltered look behind the scenes of the Australian media landscape and public relations industry. It is the perfect podcast for those dreaming of a career in PR, are aspiring journalists or simply just obsessed with all things digital and traditional media.
 
An engaging program which delves deep into all things paranormal. Your hosts Wayne Thomas, Brandon Hoezee and Kim Kolean and their special guests discuss their experiences with strange and unexplained phenomenon. We cover many topics in the paranormal field from ghosts, cryptids, bigfoot, UFOs and other topics. Find the podcast on YouTube channel Hoezee Paranormal History Productions https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHeW-ggVDlWJaBzRtZVzEcg
 
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FUMC Sermons - Huntsville, TX

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FUMC Sermons - Huntsville, TX

First United Methodist Church Huntsville, Texas

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FUMC Huntsville is a 175 year old church that exists to connect and equip individuals with God's grace through the love of Christ. From its founding in the early 1800s by itinerant Methodist preachers on horseback to the days of smart phones and electric cars, FUMC Huntsville has been committed to transforming lives and serving others in the name of Jesus Christ. We invite you to worship with us and experience the joy of a church family committed to sharing the grace and love of Jesus Christ ...
 
“Dude Nobody Cares" is filmed on location with the men and women of law enforcement. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Wait, just kidding. This ain’t no f*ckin’ TV show, chief. So what is Dude Nobody Cares? We’re simply two handsome degenerates running a comedy podcast based out of Cleveland, OH. Follow the uncanny adventures of Campy and Jake as they tell tales of true friendship, heroism, and kick-ass high school parties.
 
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This one weird baking trick could make your cookies healthier and decrease waste in your home. Plus, the not-quite-net-positive potential in Greenland’s melting Arctic ice cover. Your chance to officially name an exoplanet. And a new law requiring New York museums to disclose if artworks on display were stolen by Nazis. Sponsors: Kolide, Got Slack?…
 
This week's episode of The Press Office with Kate & Co. PR sees us chat with the very talented and creative Christina Exie. You may recognise Christina from her Project Runway days, and she has since gone from designing beautiful demi-couture pieces to equally as intricate athleisure wear for her brand Exie. Christina shares with us her journey in …
 
The team trying to bring the woolly mammoth back from extinction is doing a trial run with Tasmanian tigers, funded in part by the Hemsworth brothers. Plus, NASA’s megarocket that will return humans to the moon and, perhaps one day take humans to Mars, has begun its four mile journey to the launch pad, readying for its uncrewed journey around the m…
 
Could chewing gum and micro-robots replace your toothbrush? Plus, a Lord Byron-themed RPG. And get paid to indulge in every pumpkin-spiced item at Trader Joe’s. Sponsors: Bambee, Schedule a conversation at bambee.com/cool Indeed, Get a free $75 credit PLUS earn up to $500 extra in sponsored job credits with Indeed’s Virtual Interviews at Indeed.com…
 
The science and history of bog butter–––still edible butter buried in Irish bogs thousands of years ago. Plus, the first-ever feature film dubbed entirely in the Comanche language, and more cool takeaways from the latest Predator installment. A Lyme disease vaccine has just entered its final stage of clinical trials. And a new weird Coke flavor jus…
 
The story of the 197-year-old frozen gentleman–––a tale that will take us from unprecedented weather events and the 19th century version of misinformation to Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, a 1980s medical miracle, and brief shout-out to the OG velocipede. Plus, Austrian Burger King say you’re abnormal if you like meat. And the upcoming live-action Pa…
 
The exciting world of Excel eSports. Plus, a Native American tribe who has had their land returned to them after 350 years. The top scientist who caused a big stir with a tiny bit of sausage. And a group of spiders that have been named after David Bowie. Sponsors: Indeed, Get a free $75 credit PLUS earn up to $500 extra in sponsored job credits wit…
 
What would happen if we just Thanos-snapped all the mosquitoes out of existence? Would there be significantly adverse effects? Plus, from heat indexes to physiology, why the same temperature can feel so different in two different places, or even at different times of the year. Sponsors: Bambee, Schedule a conversation at bambee.com/cool Indeed, Get…
 
Let’s talk about your brain on horror movies. Plus, Mark Cuban wants to turn a Texas town into Jurassic Park. And a virtual map that lets you see what your town looked like millions of years ago. Sponsor: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device security that fixes challenging problems by messaging your users on Slack. Try Kolide Today! http…
 
A deep dive into the history of the IPA. What exactly is an IPA anyways? How did it get its name? And why did it become so ubiquitous over the last decade? Plus a very brief look at South Korea’s first-ever moon mission, launching this evening. Sponsor: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device security that fixes challenging problems by mess…
 
Cheese baths––a nineteenth century fad coming back in style. Plus, Shaun the Sheep is officially going to the moon later this month, alongside 10,000 other trinkets. And a volcano has erupted near the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik, but all seems to be under control. Sponsors: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device security that fixes chal…
 
Virtual Reality doesn’t stink. And that’s kind of a problem. Why virtual smell could take the VR experience to the next level. Plus, a paper battery that’s activated by adding water. And you could get paid $100K a year to sit on your couch and eat candy. Sponsor: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device security that fixes challenging proble…
 
The first major study of its kind sheds new light on the evolution of all you mutants who can digest dairy. Plus, engineers at MIT have developed a wearable sticker that can see inside your body. And, was George Jetson born over the weekend? Sponsor: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device security that fixes challenging problems by messagi…
 
In the final episode of Season 2 of The Press Office with Kate & Co. PR, we sit down with Alex Nieuwenhuys, Owner and Creative Director of Rhodin. Rhodin is an accessories label known for its beautiful and unique sunglasses and jewellery pieces, often spotted on famous faces including Carrie Bickmore Lisa Wilkinson, Maria Thattil and Dannii Minogue…
 
How likely are you really to get bit by a shark and do some of those cliché comparisons still hold up as waters warm and shark sightings seem to be on the rise? Plus, future lunar explorers could enjoy year round sweater weather in moon caves. And murder hornets are getting a new name. Sponsors: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device secur…
 
Why a new discovery about plesiosaurs has gotten everyone talking about the Loch Ness Monster. Plus, the oldest DNA from a horse domesticated in America might have solved a centuries-old mystery. And the scoop on that thirteen-eyed anthropomorphic oyster mascot from Halifax. Sponsors: Indeed, Get a free $75 credit PLUS earn up to $500 extra in spon…
 
Cryptographers have identified the first known secure global communication system, in the form of nineteenth century newspaper ads. Plus, a fourth patient has been effectively cured of HIV. And Netflix is retroactively editing Stranger Things. The edits are not as big a deal as they seem, but the fact that Netflix can implement them so easily raise…
 
Let’s take a visit to the Museum of Failure. Plus, robot spider zombies. Not a new comic book series, but an actual experiment from mechanical engineers in Texas. And the Earth’s earliest animal predator has been named after David Attenborough. Sponsors: Indeed, Get a free $75 credit PLUS earn up to $500 extra in sponsored job credits with Indeed’s…
 
The world’s first verified image of Mormonism founder Joseph Smith has been found… but it’s not convincing everyone just yet. And how did the NASA logo become so ubiquitous in clothing from fashion runways to rural Walmarts? Sponsors: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device security that fixes challenging problems by messaging your users on…
 
Why do we laugh and what causes us to do so? Was laughing at one point an evolutionary advantage? Plus, the reason for a mysterious pink glow over a small Australian town on Wednesday. And the latest contender in Home Depot’s line of extremely large yard decorations. Sponsor: Shopify, Get a 14-day free trial at shopify.com/cool Links: What's So Fun…
 
A product that could help you hear the person you’re trying to have a conversation with in a loud, crowded room. Plus, a follow-up on why Unicode is adding so many more colored hearts in the next emoji drop. There was more to the story than I thought. And why everyone online is making horrifying memes about something called Pink Sauce. Sponsor: Sho…
 
The real-life sport inspired by quidditch has announced their new name––and I have a lot of thoughts. Plus, a few companies in Japan have introduced standing “nap boxes” into their offices. And on the anniversary of the moon landing, NASA has announced the launch windows for the kick-off mission of our return to the moon. Sponsors: Shopify, Get a 1…
 
Three species frozen in time within one single piece of amber. Plus, the DIYers building their own coffins. And Costco has promised not to raise the price of their rotisserie chickens, but is that a good thing? Sponsors: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device security that fixes challenging problems by messaging your users on Slack. Try Ko…
 
Heatwaves around the world are so extreme this week that one of them matches a projected forecast for 2050. Plus, MIT engineers have found a more efficient method for boiling water. And the winners of the World Emoji Awards as well as all the new emojis drafted to hit Unicode 15 in September. Sponsors: Shopify, Get a 14-day free trial at shopify.co…
 
In this week’s episode of The Press Office with Kate & Co. PR, we sit down with one of the most powerful and connected women in media in Australia, Tory Archbold. Tory has an incredible story - from taking over the PR world by storm with her agency Torstar, where she worked on global brands including Zara and Seafolly, to now leading a number of br…
 
What can the slow and timid adoption of coal in the US tell us about the transition to solar and wind power? Plus, this newly-discovered dinosaur sheds some light on why T-Rexes had those tiny li’l arms. And, when cities welcome physical monuments to fictional pop culture characters. Sponsors: Kolide, Got Slack? Got Macs? Get Kolide: Device securit…
 
The JWST images are here! But what are we actually looking at? Plus, could gene editing put an end to cholesterol-related disease? And Cat Power is planning to perform a cover of an entire Bob Dylan concert at the original venue where he performed it. Sponsors: Indeed, Get a free $75 credit PLUS earn up to $500 extra in sponsored job credits with I…
 
Could an MIT idea to ease the climate crisis by blowing up giant sun-blocking bubbles in space actually work? Plus, the Polynesian voyagers who are reviving ancient seafaring techniques and traversing thousands of miles across the ocean without maps or modern technology. And a cool little interactive Easter egg from the latest season of Stranger Th…
 
In this week's episode of The Press Office, we are joined by Alex Fevola, who is the Founder & CEO of Runway Room, a proud mother of four daughters and now the best-selling author of Silver Linings. How she does it all is one of the many questions we had to ask her on the podcast, as well as all about how her relationship with the Australian media …
 
Welcome to our accidental breakfast episode. First, how did orange juice become our go-to breakfast beverage of choice? Plus, Waffle House’s in-house record label. And, someone’s been eating their Wheatie’s, how major sports tournaments are using AI to improve the game and the fan experience. Sponsors: Indeed, Get a free $75 credit PLUS earn up to …
 
In 1972, a team of international researchers used computer modeling to assess and warn us about the potential collapse of human civilization. Fifty years later, how does their assessment add up and have we heeded their warning? Plus, we’ve got space tourists. Now it’s time for astroletes. Why sports might be the next big thing in space. And Spotify…
 
We take a deep dive into the freshwater lake origins of Big Mouth Billy Bass, the singing fish, and his riptide success in the early 2000s. And, in other peak scientific innovation news, the Large Hadron Collider has been booted up once more and already discovered three new exotic particles. Sponsors: Calm, Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription c…
 
Could the historic flooding at Yellowstone National Park be a positive thing in the long term? Plus, new findings into long COVID-caused brain fog. And why some movie theaters are banning formal attire. Sponsors: Calm, Get 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription calm.com/coolstuff I Am Bio, Subscribe at bio.org/podcast Links: Historic Yellowstone flood…
 
The murky history of Popsicles, and freeze pops or Otter Pops or whatever you call them. Plus, those skin mites that live on your face might be able to reveal your geographic ancestry. And the Canadian radio station that only plays one song by Rage Against the Machine now. Sponsors: Shopify, Get a 14-day free trial at shopify.com/cool I Am Bio, Sub…
 
Remember the photo of that blue and black dress, or I’m sorry, white and gold dress? It turns out at least one neuroscientist conducted an official study of people’s perceptions about it, and his findings could have larger ramifications on our seemingly increasing inability to communicate and understand each other when it comes to fundamental socia…
 
NASA’s Artemis mission returning us to the moon has officially begun… sort of. Here’s everything you need to know about today’s first step towards establishing a base in lunar orbit. Plus, why do so many of us love logging the books we read and movies we watch on tracking apps, and at what cost? Sponsors: Shopify, Get a 14-day free trial at shopify…
 
Do groups of friends all smell alike? Plus, an astonishingly well-preserved 30,000 year old woolly mammoth baby was just discovered. And we finally have photographic evidence of that mysterious rocket stage that hit the moon in March. Sponsors: I Am Bio, Subscribe at bio.org/podcast Shopify, Get a 14-day free trial at shopify.com/cool Links: Friend…
 
In this week's episode of The Press Office, we are joined by Martine Alpins, the National Media and Communications Manager for Coles Supermarkets and a long-term client of Kate & Co. PR. Martine has had an incredible journey to date, beginning her career as a lawyer before transitioning into broadcast journalism, and finally landing her current rol…
 
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