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Do you want to know how to grow plants and get the best out of your outdoor space? Do you find traditional gardening media baffling and/or boring? Then you’re in the right place, because the Roots and All podcast is here to dig deep into how to create a successful garden. If you want honest information and insider knowledge about how to get results, join irreverent horticulturist Sarah Wilson as she chats to the best people from the world of plants and gardens. Sarah is on a mission to help ...
 
Need a couple of friends to hang out with? We've got you, boo. Here on "But I Digress", we're talking about all of the latest weekly topics. Let's be real though, we're going to disagree at times aaaand that might get us off on a tangent or two. Or three. But I digress. If you need some hot takes or just someone to laugh along with on your drive to work, we're just what you need. Thanks for being here! - Sarah & Mackenzie
 
This is Catalyze, a podcast produced by the Morehead-Cain Foundation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. With a wink and a nod to the Foundation's two chemist benefactors—John Motley Morehead III and Gordon Cain—“Catalyze” is meant to represent action, movement, and bringing about change. Our conversations with action-oriented alumni and scholars cover Carolina experiences, career evolutions, individual leadership approaches, personal values, and all kinds of stories of trans ...
 
Focusing on the importance of WHY, Amy Rowlinson asks her guests to share their WHY - essentially what it is they do and why they do it. The Focus on WHY podcast is a collection of relatable, uplifting and inspiring conversations seeking to inspire you with differing perspectives provided by guests who are at differing stages in their careers, business and life. The intention of this podcast is to encourage you to focus on your WHY, to enable and empower you to achieve your desires.
 
A World Elsewhere is a cultural podcast that will examine lifestyle, moving and working trends that have exploded since the advent of the pandemic, political turmoil, and racial reckonings of 2020/2021. This show will speak to people looking to relocate to a place that is more aligned with their values and quality of life. Throughout we will explore the importance of place - where you live, work, and play. We will showcase services that make these major transitions easier; new work methods a ...
 
Real, Raw and Unfiltered Conversations exploring the Intersection between Personal and Business Growth with Women Entrepreneurs, Authors, Artists and more. Host, Traci DeForge, internationally recognized business development strategist, discuss details of her own personal journeys and talks about her obstacles, barriers and how she is growing through them.
 
My Wife Is In This Room is a podcast about post-Bachelor life hosted by newlyweds Liz and Ross. Join them as they take a weekly deep dive into all things The Bachelor, recapping the latest episodes and the latest gossip, and peering into the souls of 25 year-old dental hygienists so you don't have to. New episodes drop Wednesdays in 2017.
 
Welcome to ‘A Relationship Story,’ a podcast hosted by Saman Hasan. Join Saman and her guests every week as they discuss the different relationships that have meaningfully impacted their lives. On the Podcast you will hear stories about traditional and non-traditional romantic relationships, finding love on reality tv, navigating polyamory, dating during the pandemic, seeking love in the age of the apps, as well as relationships with god, career, and family members. One thing each episode ha ...
 
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Personally experiencing trauma caused by narcissistic abuse, Caroline Strawson found herself self-harming and struggling with complex PTSD, depression and anxiety. After rebuilding her life from being £70k in debt and having her house repossessed, Caroline now helps people to understand that narcissistic trauma doesn’t have to define you and to vie…
 
Losing a deal and subsequently a large client account at work led to the pursuit of betterment, to become the best negotiator possible. As both a lifelong learner and a teacher at heart, Derek Arden started to study the art of negotiation. Understanding that everything is negotiable, Derek negotiated his way through his career into an early retirem…
 
In this episode, I’m talking to Dr Elizabeth Westaway and Matthew Adams, founders of Growing Real Food for Nutrition, or Grffn for short. Grffn’s vision is for a world where all food is grown for its nutritional qualities using regenerative practices, and made accessible to all. We talk about how the way food is grown can affect its nutritional val…
 
With core values of freedom, ambition, harmony and making a difference, a 20 year career in the wellbeing industry combined with his experience and education in behavioural sciences such as positive psychology, mindfulness, NLP and neuroscience coaching, all uniquely position George Anderson to help individuals to make changes in their lives both p…
 
Today we welcome founder and CEO of All She Makes, Svitlana Martynjuk, to talk about her passion to connect women artists all over the world. Svitlana developed All She Makes to promote women in art & business and we hear about her journey to help other women artists. You’ll hear about the history of women in the arts and the many ways she’s helped…
 
Last time on the Read-Aloud Revival podcast, we talked about what happens (and what our kids gain) when we read aloud a book a day. In this episode, we’re digging in to how to look closely at a picture book—how to see what we might otherwise miss. You may be surprised at how much is there in a picture book, just waiting to be seen and heard! No les…
 
Amy Rowlinson shares her reflections and observations of these recent podcast episodes: 185 Queen of Behaviours with Vicky O’Farrell 186 Conning the Con with Sarah Ferris 187 Business from the Heart with Catherine Watkin 188 Unblind the Mind with Darren Harris 189 Leaning In with Alisoun Mackenzie KEY TAKEAWAY “Your body tends to know before you do…
 
This week I’m speaking to Michelle Mason, stylist, designer, author and co-founder of Mason & Painter a shop located next to Columbia Road which specialises in furniture, homewares and plants. Michelle’s latest book Flower Market: Botanical Style at Home, is a mouth-wateringly beautiful and inspirational guide to styling your home using plants and …
 
Struggling with menopause-related fatigue and a health misdiagnosis, Alisoun Mackenzie took time out to reconnect, work out what was important to her and reverse the diagnosis through homeopathic medicine. Leaning in, with impact as her focus and trusting the journey, Alisoun has since stepped into being the initiator of change and now champions wo…
 
“Our people tell our story best.”-Uncover the hidden gem of government communications as David Green, Director of Communications for the City of Grand Rapids, reveals how he has found public sector work to be a rewarding and impactful career. Join David as he discusses the intersection of his passions and careers, public relations for cities and th…
 
In this month’s interview, we chat with Victoria Beech from GodVenture. We explore rituals and rhythms within the home as well as the role of creativity and the importance of adapting to different seasons of a family’s life. We also explore the practice of Christian Shabbat and its impact on Victoria’s family and faith. For more about Victoria and …
 
Having personally tackled many of life’s big challenges, now double Paralympian, Speaker and Founder of Unblind the Mind, Darren Harris works with individuals and organisations who want a mindset shift so they can tackle their biggest challenges. As the most capped England blind footballer, Darren brings a different perspective to those he works wi…
 
This week I’m speaking to Mark Laurence. For decades, Mark has been at the vanguard of sustainable and ecologically sensitive landscape and garden design. He currently specialises in coastal plants and gardens and in this interview we cover what makes a coastal garden, which types of plants fare well on the coast and whether these gardens can be ha…
 
After 10 years of searching for her own personal fulfilment, Catherine Watkin found the solution to help all the helpers, healers, servers and the difference makers in the world to reach more clients. When Catherine took a moment to listen to what her body was saying, she finally understood that her purpose had been with her in her heart all along.…
 
Dr. Ginger Campbell talks about her journey with passion for neuroscience, her own podcast, Brain Science, and her book, “Are You Sure? The Unconscious Origins of Certainty,” in hopes to share her knowledge with others. Listen to Dr. Campbell and expand your knowledge of the human's subconscious mind, the decision making process, and our emotional …
 
What would happen if we read a book a day with our kids? That’s the idea we’re exploring today in a brand new episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast. And we’re also issuing a challenge: we dare you to read a picture book a day with your kids – for a week, a month… or more. And you’ll even hear some profound insights, like how a good picture book…
 
Despite the many red flag moments, no one could quite pinpoint what was really going on until the truth finally unravelled itself six months later. With trust broken, the seesaw of psychopathic drama shook the lives of two sisters living on opposite sides of the world. Whilst Sarah Ferris can't change the behaviour of the world's oversupply of con …
 
Today’s guest is Mairi MacKenzie, fashion historian, writer and curator, whose research looks at the relationship between the clothes that we wear and our culture. Her latest research is into the world of scent and what flower could be more intrinsically linked with perfume than the rose? In the interview, we discuss famous rose-based perfumes, the…
 
Recognising, understanding and respecting our differences, that we each have a place in the world and value to bring, award-winning personality profiler Queen of Behaviours, Vicky O’Farrell, explains why you do what you do, say what you say and react in the way you react. When it comes to personalities, remember there's no right or wrong. With one …
 
Amy Rowlinson shares her reflections and observations of these recent podcast episodes: 179 Justice for Children with Lisa Bedlow 180 Eliminating Stress with Ruth Fogg 181 Heart-Shaped Decisions with Graham Frost 182 Understand Your Truth with Gillie Barlow 183 Realising Potential with Alex Williams KEY TAKEAWAY “How you speak, write, listen and re…
 
In this episode I’m speaking to horticultural therapist Carol Sales. Carol headed up a therapy garden in a prison, before moving over to lead the Therapy Garden at Headley Court, a rehabilitation centre for injured military veterans. Carol was a pioneer in the use of horticultural therapy and is one of the most well-respected professionals in the f…
 
What if we got there earlier? What if there was prevention over cure? These are the two questions that Alex Williams asks as he focuses on bulletproofing mental health for teenagers and young adults. For those who choose curiosity and seek purpose and meaning in life, Alex uses his 3Rs to realising potential to show them the steps to take to go on …
 
Our guest today is Naz Beheshti. She is the author of Pause. Breathe. Choose: Become the CEO of Your Wellbeing. Naz opens the show by diving deep into her background. Previously, Naz went through many corporate experiences including working as the executive assistant to Steve Jobs. Listen as she shares how he inspired her to focus on her wellbeing …
 
We end this mini pilot season with another conversation with Sarah Calderon. Sarah was the Managing Director of ArtPlace America from 2015 to 2020, when ArtPlace sunsetted. This conversation is a more focused look at creative placemaking and its importance in building community engagement. I am looking forward to picking up our conversation in the …
 
Aged just 21, travelling to the Kalahari desert 5000 miles away from anyone she knew, Gillie Barlow started her own journey of self-discovery. Seeing life from different perspectives, one day she had a dream of a mountain house and disabled people. Learning that first you have to understand your truth to find your success, through strength and resi…
 
This week I thought it would be good to get an overview of the horticultural industry - so I’m speaking to the person with their finger on the pulse, Matthew Appleby, Editor of Horticulture Week and host of the Horticulture Week podcast. We cover the effect of Brexit, plant passports and the pandemic on plant supplies and how this has affected cons…
 
Leaving home at 17 without a plan, feeling before thinking was the decision-making process that Graham Frost lived by. Cutting himself off completely from his strict church-focused family, Graham left the family home and didn’t return for 27 years. He wanted to be challenged, to learn new things and to make his own choices in life. Following a seri…
 
We’ve all heard someone say it: “That’s just good PR…” but let’s be honest - this could mean anything. Students, strangers, and experienced pros alike will find this episode of PR Hangover helpful. Join us as we break down common misconceptions about the field of public relations, establish a definition for the strategic process, discuss careers in…
 
In today’s Special Edition of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast, you’ll meet the man behind Make Way for Ducklings. Robert McCloskey was the first to win two Caldecott Awards, and his books are arguably among the most celebrated picture books of all time. His most popular picture book wouldn’t stay on the page, either. His ducks became permanent sculp…
 
Ed Carey, Founder & CEO Before founding Audience Town, Ed spent 20 years working for leading media, advertising technology, data, and mobile companies including Quest Magazine, The New York Times, Undertone, The Rubicon Project, Dun & Bradstreet, and Kargo. Audience Town is the real estate platform for real estate, moving & home. www.audiencetown.c…
 
Knowing that she was different when she was young but not knowing why and only finally understanding the dramatic impact of fracturing both her ears in a car crash five years previous, Ruth Fogg had become profoundly deaf. Ruth shares how the seed was sown aged 11 that she was not only deaf but considered daft and how the world finally opened up to…
 
This week I’m speaking to smallholder and YouTuber Liz Zorab. Liz has been documenting her growing efforts, firstly via a blog and then via her hugely popular YouTube channel. She’s recently written Grounded: A Gardener’s Journey to Abundance and Self-Sufficiency in which she talks about setting up at a new site in Wales and how her gardening journ…
 
As an educator of thirty years, passionate about enabling and empowering children and young people to balance their emotions, feel success, self-love and happiness, Lisa Bedlow has always sought out justice for children. After leaving headship, heart-driven, Lisa is now making an impact from outside the education system. Lisa wants to give children…
 
Meet Janet McKee, the creator of the innovative and acclaimed Accelerated High Performance Program and emPower3 Leadership + Lifestyle Retreat designed to help others fuel their passion, positivity and purpose. Her book, Stressless Success: The Surprising Secrets to a life of Passion, Purpose, and Prosperity, explores how to take back your personal…
 
Mackenzie Cottles is a Marketing and Communications Specialist at the Shoals Economic Development Authority, where one of her roles is managing and coordinating the Remote Shoals program. After working with Remote Shoals participants to ensure their time in The Shoals and the program is everything they hope for, Mackenzie knows that relationships a…
 
Amy Rowlinson shares her reflections and observations of these recent podcast episodes: 173 Fire in the Belly with Mighty Pete Lonton 174 Spring into Leadership with Demetria Hill Sloan 175 In the Line of Duty with Peter Edge 176 Beat the Overwhelm with Danni Wade 177 Create an Impact with Victoria Winterford KEY TAKEAWAY “There's no point burning …
 
This episode, I’m speaking to Canadian gardening superstar Niki Jabbour. Niki is a gardener and author of 3 books, including ‘Growing Under Cover’, which is the most comprehensive guide to using crop covers in your vegetable garden. It’s based on Niki’s first-hand, decades long research into successfully growing food 365 days a year in the challeng…
 
Sarah Holmes lectures in Early Childhood Studies at Liverpool Hope University and runs the website www.nuturingyoungfaith.org. In today’s podcast, we talk with Sarah about her recent research report on the changing nature of children and family ministry. Exploring the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, we discuss issues of intergenerational church, c…
 
As an empath who wears her heart on her sleeve, finding herself surrounded by a lifestyle that was not real and losing her purpose, Victoria Winterford had to take a step back to reevaluate where she was in life, what she was doing and where she wanted to be. Realising that, as a role model, she wanted to help the younger generation understand how …
 
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