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If you have a passion for the Spanish language, Latin music, and travel, then this podcast is for you. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with weekly conversations and fun, music-based Spanish lessons. If you want to be fluent in Spanish, the best way to learn Spanish is to immerse yourself in the culture. Learn Spanish fast that you can use in real world Spanish conversations and close your Spanish grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learne ...
 
The Unlimited Podcast is for badass womxn who are on a journey to move beyond their learned limitations to live present, fun, and impactful lives. It's about reaching for the stars while keeping your feet on the ground. Your Host, Valerie Friedlander is a certified life/business alignment coach with over 20 years of science and spiritually based personal development study. You can find out more at www.valeriefriedlander.com and follow her on Instagram @unlimitedcoachval
 
Description: On the Listen to Your Body Podcast, we explore the intersection of body, mind, and soul health and help you reclaim your abilities to eat and move more intuitively, listen to your body, and trust yourself more deeply. Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and strength coach Steph Gaudreau hosts this mix of expert guest interviews and solo chats that will help you deepen your trust with food, movement, and your body. You’ll hear about Intuitive E ...
 
Subliminally Correct is a bi-weekly podcast where two experts in subconscious messaging examine the intersection of politics, persuasion, and all the ways politicians and newsmakers are using psychological tactics to influence you every single day. The show is hosted by Alex Dobranic, Political Consultant and Certified Consulting Hypnotist; and Taylor Sherman, Executive Coach and Certified Hypnosis Instructor – experts in politics and subliminally persuasive tactics. Guests range from politi ...
 
The Job Search PodcastExpert Resume Writing, Job Search Strategy, and Career Advice for Executive Job Seekers and Morewith Your Host, Amy L. AdlerAmy L. Adler, MBA and Certified Master Resume Writer, challenges what you think you know about executive job search. Thinking about making a career move? Listen to The Job Search Podcast first. Learn How to Do Job Search RightEach episode focuses on a specific job search topic, such as:How to write a resume for a new job searchHow to write a powerf ...
 
Amy Sapola, Pharm.D., FAIHM, IFMCP hosts the Nourish and Shine Podcast where she talks with passionate leaders in the fields of Nutrition, Functional and Integrative Medicine and Wellness providing inspiration and practical advice to nourish your mind, body and spirit, optimize your health and live a whole vibrant life. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss an episode on your favorite listening platform! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amy-sapola/support
 
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Our society has a love hate relationship with stress. We rely on stress for a sense of productivity and we spend a lot of energy on stress management trying to prevent the chronic stress from causing burnout and harming our health. Stress isn’t inherently bad. It’s our relationship with stress that’s problematic. In this episode of Unlimited, the p…
 
Dani and Jared welcome the eTwinz, Mario and Alberto Herraez- 5th and 6th Grade Spanish Immersion teachers from Davis School District, to UEN Homeroom this week. Our discussion centered around the role that language has in expanding student perspectives and opening them to diverse cultures. Topics this week include: the benefits of dual language pr…
 
This week, we're celebrating our 100th episode! Our listeners share their favorite moments from the show, and we break down the lyrics to the song Bachata en Fukuoka by Dominican artist Juan Luis Guerra with a very special guest. Learn about the passive voice in Spanish plus a few Japanese phrases from this multilingual song. Show Notes: https://ww…
 
Learning how to put yourself in someone else’s shoes is critical for understanding the political, pathological, and personal ways in which black women and women of color experience their relationship to food. The truth is, food affects people differently, especially when it comes to their racial identity, and it is only by shedding the societal ‘sh…
 
Lots of people love personality tests. Personality tests can definitely be fun and can also be helpful to normalize your experience of life. BUT the self-labeling that happens with personality tests can also create an identity box that limits you and holds you back in ways you don’t even notice. In this episode of Unlimited, the podcast, I’m explor…
 
One of the questions I get asked most often is "What is a life coach?" That’s why episode #1 of Unlimited is all about life coaching! In this episode of Unlimited, the podcast, I’m sharing the importance of life coaching and how to understand this very popular, very helpful, but also very vague modality. Some of what I'll cover in this episode incl…
 
UEN Homeroom wants to help you get burned in with education. This week we welcome Amber Harper, the Burned In Teacher, to talk about teacher burnout and how to reenergize educators. Our topics include: the reasons that teachers suffer from burnout, the three types of burnout and their characteristics, how to overcome anxiety and frustration as a te…
 
Interview with Errol de Jesus, a trilingual copywriter, author, and translator who speaks English, Spanish, and Japanese. Errol is the founder of Morenita Mommy, a blog where she shares her experiences as a Black mother raising a multicultural family. She's also the author of the new book Melanintro to Languages, a guide to multilingual parenting, …
 
Diet culture sucks. The stories that we have been conditioned to believe about our worth, the patriarchy, white supremacy, and so much more all play into how we feel about movement, exercise, and our bodies. Instead of viewing your exercise routine as a way to manipulate your body, I challenge you to embrace the limitless other benefits of movement…
 
Tracy and Amanda are back this time looking at the famous concept of Love Languages from the book: The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate by Gary Chapman. Does this book leave the shelf helpers feeling the love or will they be lost in translation? Tune in to find out! Find your love language here! Click here to le…
 
This week Dani and Jared welcome Valentina Arismendi Chirinos to UEN Homeroom. Valentina is a student at the University of North Carolina who recently presented at the Adobe Max conference on the topic of Digital Literacy. Our conversation focused on topics such as: how young people define digital literacy, the role that digital literacy plays in d…
 
Learn about words that are both masculine AND feminine in Spanish with the salsa song La cura by Frankie Ruiz. You'll also learn an easy hack for how to form adverbs--words that describe actions. Show Notes: https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/98 Links Sign up to be a show supporter at learnspanishconsalsa.com/support and get transcripts and exclu…
 
Whether you are in a relationship or not, dating requires a large amount of confidence and the belief in extraordinary love within yourself. Dating more confidently and brazenly is all about listening to your body and trusting in the relationship you have with yourself. With a little work, support, and reframing, it is possible to view dating as an…
 
Learn how to use the future tense in Spanish with the salsa song Llorarás by Oscar D'Leon. We'll also review some common phrases in the future tense from the song lyrics, and an opportunity for how you can take your Spanish learning further. Show Notes: https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/97 Links Click here to register for Learn Spanish with Musi…
 
2020 has been a rollercoaster of a year. With the pandemic and the uncertainty of the US election, it is more important than ever to take care of your emotional and mental health. This episode serves as your gentle reminder to take a moment to build up your emotional, mental, and physical resilience by being kind to yourself and others. Key Takeawa…
 
Jennifer Carr is a London born, Barcelona based Behavioural Eating Coach and Plant Based Retreat Cook. Training at The Institute of the Psychology of Eating in Boulder, Colorado in 2017, today Jennifer coaches from her home in Barcelona in person and online, helping people to address an array of body image and eating challenges. Through a blend of …
 
Dani and Jared are excited to welcome Victor Karkar to UEN Homeroom this week. Victor is the CEO and cofounder of Scrible, an educational software that seeks to tackle the massive research and writing skills crisis among America’s students. During our conversation we address such topics as: why it is vital that students are able to research effecti…
 
This week you get to hear part 2 of my conversation with Kai Ceasire from the YouTube Channel Kai's Foreign Adventures where you can find anything and everything you want to know about moving to Spain. We talk about how the lifestyle and Spanish spoken in the Canary islands differs from mainland Spain, including access to Wi-Fi and nightlife. Kai a…
 
Did you know there are over 5000 body language moves, all of which tell a story about the person expressing the movement and the person interpreting it? By understanding how to read and use body language effectively, you can understand yourself better, build your confidence, and decode others' body language. Key Takeaways If You Want To Use Body La…
 
This episode is part 2 in exploring Dr. Rick Hanson and his approach to achieving a Buddha Brain. Join Tracy and Amanda as they review Just One Thing: Developing a Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time. Did Rick's practical tips work on their lizard brains? Tune in to find out! ____________ Find us on Facebook! Interested in joining Tracy's ne…
 
Do you dream about leaving everything behind and moving to a Spanish-speaking country? If you're thinking about taking the leap, then you'll want to hear Kai Cesaire's story. Kai runs a YouTube channel called Kai's Foreign Adventures where you can find out anything you need to know about moving to and living in Spain from the experience of an Afric…
 
We have made it to the final principle in our Intuitive Eating series, and it is by far the most misunderstood of them all. Principle 10 is all about gentle nutrition and embracing food as something that is there to nurture you, not punish you. Key Takeaways If You Want to Embrace Gentle Nutrition You Should: Stop pitting your inner wisdom and inne…
 
This week Jared and Dani connect with Justin Anderson, an educational technology team lead from the Canyons School District. As part of the episode they explore what digital citizenship looks like for today's students. We discussion issues such as: What it means to be a good digital citizen. Beyond cyberbullying, what else does digital citizenship …
 
Lauren Castle, PharmD, MS is the founder of the Functional Medicine Pharmacists Alliance at www.FMPhA.org, and works as a Market Health and Wellness Director for Walmart in Dayton, OH. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy from Ohio Northern University in 2013 and her Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of…
 
This week our guest is Kim Haas, Executive Producer, Host & Creator of Afro-Latino Travels with Kim Haas. Premiering on PBS during Hispanic Heritage Month, this groundbreaking TV series captures the heart and soul of Afro-Latino culture by exploring the history, art, music, dance, cuisine, and more that African descendants brought to Central and So…
 
Diet culture has told us that exercise is the tool we need to use to earn the food we want to eat, burn off the food we have already eaten, and control our bodies. In reality, exercise and movement can be something that adds dimension and joy to your life, but only if you let go of this perfectionist mentality. Movement has so many other benefits, …
 
This week UEN Homeroom is pleased to welcome Rushton Hurley, the founder and executive director of Next Vista for Learning, to the podcast. In our conversation we focus on how teachers can effectively develop opportunities for students to create videos in class. Topics included in the discussion are: How teachers can use student video projects to e…
 
This week our guest is Kim Haas, Executive Producer, Host & Creator of Afro-Latino Travels with Kim Haas. Premiering on PBS during Hispanic Heritage Month, this groundbreaking TV series captures the heart and soul of Afro-Latino culture by exploring the history, art, music, dance, cuisine, and more that African descendants brought to Central and So…
 
Having joy in your workout can help you get closer to your goals, feel comfortable in your here and now body, and connect to movement in a way that breaks down the barriers so commonly seen in fitness culture. Kanoa Greene uses her warmth, radiance, and strength to encourage and support others to find joy in movement and show up in the fitness spac…
 
This week, Tracy and Amanda explore smarty pants Rick Hansons' Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love and Wisdom, and received an unexpected education in brain anatomy. Tune in to see if this book requires an additional degree in psychology, or if it's just right to understanding the science of zen. Click here to learn more a…
 
In honor of International Podcast Day, Jared and Dani kick off season three of UEN Homeroom with a discussion on innovation during COVID. They discuss topics such as: the innovative ways in which Utah teachers are instructing students, what innovation looks like in our current classrooms, and how to help struggling teachers to adapt the "new now" t…
 
I am Dr. Danielle Perrodin, Style & Image Coach and Functional Medicine Pharmacist. My mission is to help women create happier, healthier more beautiful lives. Through integrating the mind, body and spirit, my clients expedite the time it takes to close the gap between their highest authentic self (who they truly are) and how they appear to the wor…
 
Learn Puerto Rican Spanish from the lyrics of an amazing salsa song by Héctor Lavoe. Spanish Con Salsa team member Nahomy Irizarry joins us to break down the meaning of the lyrics to Mi gente. She also gives us the meaning of the uniquely Puerto Rican Spanish words used in the song. Show Notes: https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/92 Book a Lesson …
 
Have you ever been told to embrace self-love, when it seems like the most impossible thing in the world? The idea of self-love can lead to the cognitive dissonance that results in many of us giving up on our goals altogether. Instead of feeling ashamed at not being able to love your body, I argue that body respect and body neutrality are much more …
 
My crazy travel story continues as I end up being rerouted to Argentina on my way to Brazil. After being deported by federal police, I find myself in a city I'd never planned to visit with nowhere to say. Find out how my own blog and a chance encounter with a security guard and helped me survive my unexpected visit to Buenos Aires trying to get a v…
 
Intuitive Eating Principle 7 is all about emotional eating. Why do we eat when our stress levels are up? What can we do to step away from the cupboard and only eat when we’re actually hungry? Let’s talk about the four questions you need to ask yourself. Key Takeaways The Four Questions to Ask Yourself About Emotional Eating: Is your hunger physical…
 
Lara Adler is an Environmental Toxins Expert & Educator and a Certified Holistic Health Coach who teaches health coaches, nutritionists, and other holistic health practitioners how to eliminate the #1 thing holding their clients back from the results they are seeking – the unaddressed link between chemicals and chronic health problems. She trains p…
 
This is part 1 of the new series: Historias de viaje (Travel Stories). I’m sharing my real life (crazy) travel stories. In this first installment, I talk about my trip to Rio de Janerio. I wanted to go to Carnival, but I ended up taking an unexpected detour to another country after being detained by federal police in Brazil. Want to know how I avoi…
 
Knowing the basics behind your astrological chart can be a benefit to you if you own your own business or even if you are just looking for clarity on your individual decisions. By learning to embrace the parts of your chart that you both like and dislike, you can gain a better understanding of who you are as a whole and how you can use your strengt…
 
Welcome back, shelf-helpers! Tracy and Amanda embark on the famous path laid out by Elizabeth Gilbert in Eat, Pray, Love. Listeners have already met Gilbert in the review for Big Magic, so the gals are going to travel the world and see if there are any self-help lessons along the way (other than the green light to eat all the pizza in Italy). Join …
 
As we move into our 3rd season of UEN Homeroom, the two Jareds (Covili and Fawson) catch up with the guys from Skill Struck. Our conversation focuses on the importance of providing students with real world opportunities to show what they know. We also discuss how student internships can provide opportunities for schools to connect with their local …
 
In this episode, you'll learn new vocabulary from the salsa song Cali Pachanguero by Alberto Barros. We'll explore a few uses of the subjunctive, and different ways to use the word "que" in Spanish. You can find the full lyrics to the song, plus translation and quizzes, at https://yabla.com/salsa (Sign up with this link to claim your 15-Day Free Tr…
 
Are you looking to show up more authentically in the world despite our current diet culture? Grace Edison is a certified and trauma-informed yoga teacher who has taken her experience with diet culture and has fostered a space of honesty. Grace wants you to know that it is okay to not be okay right now, and by embracing a collective consciousness of…
 
In the last of our Back to School episodes, Jared and Dani talk with Nicole Johnson, UEN Admin Assistant extraordinaire, about her experiences as a student during COVID. As part of the conversation we cover topics such as: what COVID required of students, how schools and educators fared providing instruction during distance learning, and what schoo…
 
Health & wellness practitioner and educator Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum is passionate about transforming our broken healthcare system and empowering people to become CEOs of their own health. She believes that a great health coach is the ally each of us needs to make healthy changes that actually last. She founded The Functional Medicine Coaching Academy…
 
Aprender cómo se usa el subjuntivo en español para expresar deseos. Vamos a ver ejemplos de la canción "Ojalá que llueva café" por Juan Luis Guerra. Escucha Ojalá que llueva café Show Notes: Ve a learnspanishconsalsa.com/13 para los apuntes de este episodio y la transcripción. *** Get Your 15-Day Free Trial of Yabla at https://yabla.com/salsa *** T…
 
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