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Best Stuff gals podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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Private Education by Aisling Keenan is the smart sex and relationships podcast. It's for anyone having sex. Or relationships. Or both. It's sex ed for adults. It's the chats you want to be able to have with your partner or your best mates, only with a little more expertise, sage(ish) advice and as many laughs as can be crammed into 60 minutes. We're trying to make light of the tough stuff and keep the fun side safe and heathy. Enjoy!
 
The show of interesting talk over a refreshing beverage. When you and your buddies, or your gal pals, go out for a drink, what do you always do? Nope, not Kardashian gossip. My buddies and I usually talk about interesting stuff. The latest Tesla news. Or 'Where is A.I. going?' On 'Let's Grab A Drink', I will have guests on, and those guests will drive the topic. I assure you, regardless of the guest, it will be interesting.
 
Net Positive follows the inner thoughts and trajectory of work-in-progress, 20-something Blake Emal.On this show, you'll get a mix of documentation and interviews. Look, I have big dreams just like the next gal or guy. The only difference? I'm not going to pretend that I'm a millionaire with all the answers (because I'm not and I don't).I want to document the EXPERIENCE of growing in my career and skillset, rather than acting like something I'm not.This podcast goes out to all the solopreneu ...
 
Bloody Classic! We're sharing our favourite stories from history, mythology and folklore. Each episode Liz & Mattie take turns telling a new story designed to teach the other a little something something. Join us on your morning commute or on a lazy Sunday afternoon as we weave tales that will (hopefully) aid your next round of trivia. We promise not to take up too much of your time.
 
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My guest this week is journalist, podcaster, Rogue co-founder and now author Liadán Hynes. Her brilliant book (we are friends, I am biased but honest) is out now, called How to Fall Apart. It's about how she rebuilt her life after the break down of her marriage. In this episode, she talks about the things you shouldn't say to someone at the end of …
 
I remember how excited I was when we released my very first podcast. Time certainly has flown because today, we celebrate the 100th!Can you imagine? ONE HUNDRED podcasts!So, to mark the occasion, my team encouraged me to do something a little different — something special. Today’s podcast will be a personal conversation with me and my husband, Perr…
 
From Breonna Taylor to Atatiana Jefferson to Eleanor Bumpurs and more, the number of Black women killed by police is mind-blowing, particularly those killed in their own homes. It’s all for no good reason. We try to at least take a look at the tip of the iceburg and shine a ittle light on it. Our Negative Nellie Reviews this epiosde continue the co…
 
Red flags, making friends as an adult and 'leaving room for the holy spirit'. My guest Dr Dre and I answer three listener questions - first up, someone who was ghosted by someone displaying so many red flags it was like a beach on the day of a hurricane, next up, a listener who thinks about her ex daily and wonders what it means, and lastly, a list…
 
It was the 1950s, Norman Horton was gay, couldn’t tell anyone, he lived in small-town upstate New York, wasn’t doing well his first year at college and his father wouldn’t get off his back. So there was only one thing he could do about it… Also, we update the case of Nancy Crampton Brophy (Episode 55, you remember, she wrote a blog post about how t…
 
In this podcast, we cover: 01:27 Fictional Girl Named Maddy05:58 Number Rating System15:58 Food Intolerance18:58 Determining what is most important25:06 Sprezzatura Kate: This is the Practical Homeopathy® Podcast Episode Number 98 with Joette Calabrese. Joette: This is Joette Calabrese, and I’d like to welcome you to the Practical Homeopathy® Podca…
 
My guest today is Bek Antonucci (@bekantonucci on Instagram) who is a coach, helping women feel better in their bodies. She and I talk about the bullying she suffered as a teen, a physically abusive relationship that she was in and eventually got out of, and we also talk about how your own feelings about your body impact your sex life and your rela…
 
Holy cow, 60 episodes? In this episode, your resident cardslinger, Susannah, runs down some housekeeping about the state of her current affairs before diving into how you can best protect yourself when practicing magick and some ideas about how to ground and protect your space. Stay safe, wash your hands, keep your distance, take care of yourself.…
 
I ADORE Sex and the City, and will always watch it, but Carrie is NOT a good person. Right? Stephanie O'Quigley joins me from New York City – the fabled 'fifth star' of SATC, to talk about Bradshaw and her many capers. From cheating on Aiden to ditching her best friend for a piece of veal, we discuss the many, many examples of how Sarah Jessica Par…
 
The lovely Andrea Doyle (Dr Dre) joins me for this episode to help me give two more listeners advice on their relationships. Our first listener feels like her weight gain and hun bun might be putting her partner off her (we beg to differ!) and the second listener is trying to decide whether she should stick with her partner even though she wants ki…
 
In this episode, I answer two listener questions – the first is about blaming yourself for your partner's infidelity, whether to forgive and forget and whether trust can be rebuilt, and the second is about a woman who's family hated her other half, and how that meant the couple broke up in spite of being in love. She asks whether they should rekind…
 
Louise Chaput planned to spend a November long weekend hiking in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. She’d barely gotten out of her car when she was dead, brutally murdered in the woods off a lonely trail. Nearly two decades later, the crime is still unsolved. We also update Jans Soering (belatedly), from Episode 48; Dan Gellers, from Episode 41; and …
 
One of my favorite words in Italian is “sprezzatura.” It means to approach a problem or a condition or a subject with a great deal of forethought but appearing as though you've done it with simplicity — making it look simple and elegant in its presentation.That is the essence of homeopathy.By Joette Calabrese: Author, Lecturer and Consultant.
 
In this week's episode, which fits neatly in as another in our 'Current Affair' series, my guest Andrea Doyle and I discuss dating during Covid with some hard-hitting (ish) stats about how many relationships are in trouble, how many people are googling "Do I love my boyfriend" and how there's a porn site with a panic button. We hit you with all the…
 
The wonderful and joy-bringing Catherine joins me again to talk about her #pandemicpenis insights – she's basically been getting an unusual amount of post-9pm "how are you?" messages from her ghosts of dating times past. She's as honest as always, cheered me right up and got very philosophical all in the one episode. Hope you enjoy.…
 
**Matt actually couldn't join us but we did talk about him being stuck in Dalkey for quite some time. Meanwhile, Fionnuala is living apart from her BF and I'm holed up 24/7 with the man I willingly chose to marry – who's in a worse posish here? We talk about getting the ride, arguments and love in general in this new world we live in where the two-…
 
My guest Sophie White and I talk very candidly about, well, loads of things about sex after having babies that I have absolutely no knowledge of or experience in. We talked about Sophie's vajmageddon, how to reframe yourself as someone who has sex again after your body being occupied territory, and how we actually should be saying VULVA a lot more.…
 
No one in their Maine town was very fond of Jack, but they liked his wife, Jackie, who owned a popular waterfront restaurant in the beautiful coastal town. Then Jack was killed. And Jackie did it… We also give a brief update to the case of Nancy Crampton Brophy [Episode 55] and inflict our NNW rating on the book “If You Tell,”…
 
I've finally got Itai Gal of Itai and the Ophanim on my podcast!!! They traveled to NJ so we got to hang out and chat about Jewish spirituality, music, and other things both tangible and ineffable. You can find them and their music at and on Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes, and wherever else you stream and buy music! A link to something Itai mentions in …
 
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