Join us for a fun and wide-ranging conversation with Laura L Hansen, poet, librarian, former bookstore owner, and resident of Little Falls, Minnesota. Laura lives and works along the Mississippi River, which is her muse. She also graces us with readings of her beautiful poems, some old and some brand new. You can find out more about her and order her books at www.laurahansenbooks.com.
In which Danielle and Charla talk to Danielle's daughter and her roommate about 20-something life during the time of coronavirus. What's it like to quarantine with roommates? Date during a pandemic? Are you still employed? What are your friends doing? Where did you get that cute mask? Yep, three out of four of us were wearing cloth masks!
Flower Essences are a subtle, yet powerful healing modality. We speak with Ruth Toledo Altschuler, a longtime practitioner and leader in this field, about how to help our healing paths with Flower Essences during the Pandemic.
Join us on a voyage of discovery and learn all about Buckminster Fuller from one of his biggest fans, Patricia Ravasio. You know him as the creator of the geodesic dome, but he was much more than that. Steve Jobs called him the 20th-century Leonardo da Vinci. Patricia Ravasio has written a book called "The Girl from Spaceship Earth" (endorsed by environmentalist Bill McKibben) about her fascination with this American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, inventor, and futurist. In this episode, she tells us all about Bucky and why his words of wisdom matter today more than ever.
Yup. It's from April 3. We forgot to edit and publish it. Staying calm in the strangest times our world has experienced since World War II.
Nia Classes via Zoom with Danielle www.floramotion.net
Yoga with Adriene
Italians send messages to themselves from 10 days ago
Krisp for noise cancellation
Our beloved writing teacher and brilliant writer Samantha Dunn chats finds time to chat with us while running a magazine, teaching writing, working on a new memoir, and home schooling her delightful son. She is funny, engaging, smart, and highly entertaining. Plus she reads from her work-in-progress, a treat you won't want to miss.
Samantha Dunn is the executive editor of Coast Magazine, and the author of several books including the novel Failing Paris and a bestselling memoir, Not By Accident: Reconstructing a Careless Life. Sam’s work is anthologized in a number of places, including the short story anthology, Women on the Edge: Writing from Los Angeles, which she co-edited. She is a member of the Writers Guild of America and teaches at Chapman University. She also directs Writers Camp at Esalen Institute in Big Sur.
#samdunn #samanthadunnauthor #memoir #esalen #esalenwriterscamp #womenwriters #samanthadunn
In this issue, your hosts speak with Heather from Chicago. This show was recorded on March 24, 2020. Many topics are covered: anger and sadness over the pandemic, alternatives to toilet paper and the bidet wand, drinking too much, singing from balconies, Bon Jovi, and peeing on one's ankles while squatting.
#covid19 #pandemic2020 #womenwhowrite #womenwhopodcast #podcast #STFUwearenotdonetalkingyet #stfu #shutthefuckup #shutthefuckuppodcast #stfupodcast #bidet #hydrawand
Resources for bidets
Danielle and Charla talk about what's going on with COVID-19 and what to do at home as you shelter in place. Sit back, grab your favorite beverage, and take a listen. #staythefuckhome #shelterinplace #coronavirus #covid-19
Resources mentioned in our podcast:
Yoga with Adriene
Italians send messages to themselves from 10 days ago
Krisp for noise cancellation
Charla and Danielle talk with Rachael, who is infinitely wise and informative regarding women, aging, menopause, and sex.
You can find more information about her practice at innovativewellnessinc.com and about her product Pure Vitality at purevitalityinc.com.
#activism #2020election #STFUwearenotdonetalkingyet #STFU #womensissues #vote2020 #sex #sexeducation #sexforover50 #sexualhealing #sexinelderyears #certifiedsexualhealthclinician #rachaelcabreira #innovativewellnessinc #innovativewellness #sexafter50 #youcanstillhavesexwhenyouareold
Danielle and Charla play the Conundrum game, posing either-or situations where neither outcome is particularly good. We were inspired by Slate Political Gabfest #Slatepoliticalgabfest. For instance, if you could choose only fruits or vegetables for the rest of your life, which would you choose? If you have any opinions, please write us at STFUpodcast@gmail.com or go to our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/charladaniellepodcast/
In this podcast, we talk to Barbara L Strack, a refugee expert who retired from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in January 2018. She tells us all about the global refugee crisis, the legal definition of a refugee, the history of refugee resettlement programs here and abroad, refugees vs. asylum seekers, and much more. Find out what you can do to help.
Also check out her recent opinion piece in TIME Magazine about how the Trump administration is trying to mislead us about the refugee situation. https://time.com/author/barbara-strack/
This interview was recorded on January 21, 2020. The photo was taken at UN Headquarters in Geneva.
Join us for a discussion about how to set goals, reach your New Year's resolutions, and make your dreams come true. A twenty-year veteran of life coaching and master certified coach, Laura Geduldig, tells us how to do it. Check out her web site at: www.vitalitycoaching.life or email her at email@example.com. Laura is generously offering our listeners a complimentary 90-minute coaching session and a discount of 20% off a coaching package; this special offer expires February 15, 2020.
#coaching #laurageduldig #nia #niatechnique #mastercoach #goals #goalsetting
We speak with 24-year-old Casey O'Brien about her writing career and about her generation's take on politics and the climate crisis.
#20somethings #millennials #genz #journalism #activism #2020election #STFUwearenotdonetalkingyet #STFU #womensissues #vote2020
Steve Almond is an American short-story writer, essayist, and author of ten books, including Against Football, Bad Stories: What the Hell Just Happened to This Country, and William Stoner and the Battle for the Inner Life. Steve co-hosted the podcast Dear Sugars with Cheryl Strayed for four years. This podcast was recorded on December 12, 2019.
#dearsugars #stevealmond #stevealmondauthor #badstories #shortstories
Here is a list of the groups we talk about in this episode.
Trust in Education
Contare Con Vivo
RIP Medical Debt
National Resources Defense Council
Center for Biological Diversity
Rain Forest Action Network
Community Concern for Cats
Danielle's friend Tonya tells us all about her recent adventures in online dating here in the SF Bay area. It's a jungle out there, people, but Tonya is our intrepid guide. She shares how she navigates the rules, the weirdos, and the general craziness of searching for Mr. Right.
Heather reads us a piece called "Placentus Abruptus," a memoir short about her placenta and her reluctance to part with it.
Heather asks that if you have feedback of her piece, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Danielle and Charla can be reached at STFUpodcast@gmail.com and http://facebook.com/charladaniellepodcast
Charla and Danielle interview the one and only Randy Miller, dancer extraordinaire, to discuss his lifelong fascination with tattoo art and his personal experiences of adorning his body with tattoos. The conversation continues in Part 2, which will be published next week.
#tattoos #tattoo #bodyart #piercing #adornment #nia #soulmotion
Danielle's daughter, Lila, comes on the show and we ask her about her generation and what they think about the world, the environment, their future, politics, work, and more. It's an enlightening conversation about the differences in thinking between baby boomers and millennials, and what it is like to have had smartphones since age 12. http://facebook.com/sftupodcast
#millennials #millennial #environment #politics #babyboomers #20somethings #genz #journalism #activism #2020election #STFUwearenotdonetalkingyet #STFU #womensissues #vote2020
In this episode, we speak with Anna and Sandy, who are Danielle's friends from Canada. Many important topics such as Drake and healthcare are discussed. Danielle takes a test to see if she can name 10 provinces. The Great White North does not disappoint.
In this episode, we discuss climate change and the effects it is having on our earth, wildlife, and humankind.
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Charla and Danielle talk about their respective summer activities and Danielle shares more about her ketamine journey. Read more about Ketamine for treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar, and PTSD on the following web site:
#ketamine #ketaminefordepression #treatmentresistantdepression #ketamineheals #ptsd
You can reach us by email STFUpodcast@gmail.com
Coming soon: KetamineQueen.com
In this issue, we discuss Ketamine and its use to treat Treatment Resistant Depression. We also talk about cats, one of our favorite topics. To join our cat group on Facebook, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/127154014047656/
#ketamine #ketaminefordepression #ketamineforbipolar
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Rhino in the Room was published in September 2018. Jill Hedgecock has written a thrilling book about a father and daughter on safari and their interactions with rhino poachers. Our discussion covers wildlife conservation and how she published her book independently. http://www.jillhedgecock.com/
Author Maren Cooper talks about her first novel A Better Next, the story of a stressed dual-career couple with overlapping careers and a distressed marriage complicated by the sexism and duplicity of corporate politics. We also discuss her writing process and her experience using hybrid publisher She Writes Press to produce and market her book. Available on May 28, 2019. www.marencooper.com
In this episode, Charla and Danielle sit down with author Julie Barton at her dining table and talk about her best-selling memoir "Dog Medicine," her writing class called "Unleashed," her current book-in-progress, and other topics ranging from depression to vibrators. Yes, it's a classic episode of STFU: We are not done talking yet! Julie's memoir "Dog Medicine: How My Dog Saved Me from Myself" can be found wherever books are sold. Her author web site is byjuliebarton.com.
Did you know that May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month? In this episode we talk about how common bladder cancer is and the risk factors, symptoms, and treatment. Charla shares her own experience with non-invasive bladder cancer.
Toby Salk is a Mah Jongg teacher and expert in the Bay Area and beyond. She teaches in and around the Berkeley, California area, and has taught at Rancho La Puerta Spa in Tecate, Mexico. Her website is http://www.tobysmj.com/ OR http://mahjonggforeveryone.com
Marilyn Bousquin is a writer as well as a writing mentor, teacher, and coach for women who write about real life. Danielle and Charla have taken several online classes with Marilyn as we work on telling our truth. www.writingwomenslives.com More information about the Vida Count can be found here :https://www.vidaweb.org/the-2017-vida-count/
We talk to Debbie Rosas, Founder and Creator of the Nia Technique, about the Body's Way--finding health and wellness by listening to the body. Debbie shares her philosophy of listening to your anger, finding your voice, and learning how to stand in your own truth. We learn about the Nia Technique and how Through Movement We Find Health. Debbie has helped thousands of people access joy in their bodies and initiate self-healing. More information at NiaNow.com and go to NiaTV.fit for workouts. You can read more about Debbie and her Awakening Project by going to DebbieRosas.com.
We interview Executive Coach Nancy Marmolejo, who reveals the secrets to discovering your own inner Deep Genius. Nancy can be reached at her website https://talentandgenius.com/ Her book is called Don't Say That, Say THIS: Navigating Grief & Loss in the World of Social Media.
In this episode, we have a lively discussion with Joanell about her book, her writing process and characters, her experience with publishing and other topical subjects around writing and literature. You can find The Vines We Planted on Amazon and at other book sellers. Joanell enjoys appearing at book clubs. You can contact her via her website at http://joanellserraauthor.com