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  • 01:55

    Green Egg with Shauna Aura Knight

    in Spirituality

    An artist, author, ritualist, presenter, and spiritual seeker, Shauna travels nationally offering intensive education in the transformative arts of ritual, community leadership, and personal growth. Shauna is passionate about creating rituals, experiences, spaces, stories, and artwork to awaken mythic imagination. She is the author of The Leader Within, Ritual Facilitation, and Dreamwork for the Initiate’s Path. She’s a columnist on ritual techniques for CIRCLE Magazine, and her writing also appears in the anthologies Stepping in to Ourselves, A Mantle of Stars, Calling to our Ancestors, and Bringing Race to the Table.

    She’s also the author of urban fantasy and paranormal romance novels including The Truth Upon Her Lips, A Fading Amaranth, A Winter Knight’s Vigil, Werewolves in the Kitchen, Werewolves with Chocolate, and more. Shauna’s mythic artwork and designs are used for magazine covers, book covers, and illustrations, as well as decorating many walls, shrines, and other spaces.  http://www.shaunaauraknight.com

  • 01:04

    Making Sure Your Sperm/Egg/Embryo Donation & Surrogacy is Legal

    in Parents

    Egg donation, sperm donation, embryo donation and surrogacy can be a legal landmine. Each state has different laws and a mistake can have serious consequences. How to make sure your third party reproduction in legal and all parties are protected.

    Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support nonprofit, interviews Stephanie Caballero and Catherine Tucker, both reproductive law attorneys covering egg donation, sperm donation, surrogacy, and embryo donation.

    Creating a Family has many free resources related to this topic on our website at www.CreatingaFamily.org. 

    If you enjoyed this show, we would very much appreciate you leaving us a review on iTunes. Either go to this website (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id266386337) or if you have iTunes on your phone, tablet or computer, simply type in "Creating a Family", click on Ratings/Reviews, and click on the # of stars. It only takes a moment and it really helps others find us. Thanks.

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  • 02:00

    Green Egg with Suzie Wright

    in Spirituality

    Suzie has been offering stellar readings to clients all over the country for over two decades, giving thoughtful, honest advice with a slice of her charm and a dash charisma to sweeten the consultation. Being one of the most well-established Astrologers in Nashville, she has helped to bring positive insight into the lives of those who see her for Astrology, Mediumship, Tarot and Life Coaching. Her many years in the Human Resources field adds to her ability to empower, educate and uncover her clients’ abilities and potential. A gal with a whole lot of style, Suzie brings excitement and fun to the world of metaphysics through many different venues. Her adorable Gypsy Wagon is always a hit at parties and conventions. She hosts her own BlogTalk show, and television show, Mystic Coffee Hour, and has a YouTube vlog “The Cosmic Cupcake.” Suzie has written Astrology columns for Brides.com, Las Vegas Karaoke Magazine, has been a contributing Astrologer for Cosmo Magazine and has made numerous television appearances as a metaphysical expert and also singer! She was the on-air Astrologer for 3 years on the High Lonesome Sound radio program on WSCA-FM. And a featured blogger on Inspiremetoday.com. Suzie is a graduate of Dale Carnegie and has a PHR in Human Resources. She hosts AstroDrama events and also attunes Reiki students, teaches Astrology and Tarot, and classes in Psychic Development. Visit her website at www.astrogirl12.com

    Call in with questions (347) 564-3605

  • 01:09

    Green Egg Radio with Priestess Nancie Clark

    in Spirituality

    Priestess Clark is an ordained Minister, co-founder of Spirit of the Earth and founder of the Western Kentucky Hoodoo Rootworker Heritage Festival. Having been involved with the Interfaith and Pagan communities for many years, Priestess Clark works with various organizations and travels teaching at various events. Currently Priestess Clark is full time student and is putting the finishing touches on her first book. She honors the sacred in all and her Ancestors always....

    Ritual is a Black Tie Affair A workshop that dives into the world of the Afro-Caribbean tradition Palo Mayombe, ritual sacrifice, and sacred practices. Workshop with a Ritual Ancestor Reverence in Afro-Caribbean Religions: In this workshop you will learn the role of Ancestors in Afro-Caribbean Culture and how Ancestors are revered among the different Afro-Caribbean Religions. You will learn how to incorporate Ancestor worship into your Rituals. Dare to connect and to listen. This will be a hands on workshop in which participants will engage in Ritual to honor our Ancestors. Bring a picture, memento, or favorite treat of an Ancestor you wish to honor for the altar.

    Ritual:The Power of Loss a Women's Ritual Gather together Sisters as we honor and celebrate loss in our lives. An intensive, introspective, affirming Ritual. Empower yourself and the Women you share this experience with.

  • 00:31

    Let's Do Lunch! with Kate Baldwin

    in Entertainment

    Broadway star Kate Baldwin joins host Robin Milling for Let's Do Lunch! at Village Prime in New York City. On stage at 59 E. 59, Kate gets her honky tonk on as Tammy Trip, a former Nashville Grand Ole Opry queen in Songbird; music and lyrics by Lauren Pritchard. She tells Robin she has never been to Music City but studied Robert Atlman's film 'Nashville' to prepare for the role and read up on famous female country artists like Wynona Judd and being a woman in the world of country music. She reveals her ultimate inspiration for the character looking sinewy and fit was inspired by a pop star. Her country twang came from listening to a playlist of several country singers, and one in particular became her model.

    At Village Prime, the fresh baked bread on the table was tempting, but Kate abstained as she is keeping her strict carb-free diet that she began with her husband; fellow actor, Graham Rowat, who also got in shape to play a gladiator in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. A foodie herself, she jokes that they may look great but they're 'exhausted and starving!' She tells Robin how they met during a run of 1776 at the Fords Theater in Washington, D.C. playing Richard Henry Lee and Martha Jefferson. Kate says their four and a half year-old son Colin is an equalizer between career and motherhood.

    Kate tells Robin her Broadway debut was as a swing in The Full Monty, and then as a dancer in the ensemble of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Learning the line dance in Songbird was plenty for Kate who jokes that she is a 'recovering dancer.'

    The menu at Village Prime consisted of Pumpkin Bisque soup, Roasted Salmon with Hudson Valley spaghetti squash and artichoke puree, Vegetable Flatbread with grilled seasonal veggies and mozzarella cheese, and Tuna Nicoise with bonito tuna, hard-boiled egg, haricot vert, potato over mixed greens.

  • 00:35

    Rachel Hofstetter-Cooking Up a Business: Lessons from Food Lovers

    in Business

    Cooking Up a Business: Lessons from Food Lovers Who Turned Their Passion into a Career  -- and How You Can, Too by Rachel Hofstetter

    This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Rachel Hofstetter. The original live interview was 11/20/15.

    Rachel Hofstetter is a driven connector and storyteller, and especially loves the magic of matching creative people and ideas. Her current company, guesterly, facilitates easier, more impactful connections with the right people at events.

    Cooking Up a Business is an inside look at how food entrepreneurs (from Popchips and Hint Waters to Vosges Haut Chocolat and the guy who invented the Big Mac) turned their dreams into reality.

    A former food editor at O, the Oprah Magazine and Reader’s Digest, Rachel is now founder in chief at guesterly. She also runs an online education experience, PR School, where she teachs entrepreneurs how to effectively connect with editors and press in meaningful ways.  She received a degree in economics from Miami University and lives in New York City with her husband, Lorne.

    Her websites are http://www.rachelhofstetter.com/  and http://cookingupabusiness.com/

    To order the book click HERE

    For more information about the Executive Girlfriends' Group see: http://www.executivegirlfriendsgroup.com

  • 00:15

    Essential Oils: Adding Zest to your Spice Drawer

    in Health

    Amy Aubry shares her personal journey into the world of essential oils. 

    This week we are talking about essential oils and cooking. On yesterday’s show Amy shared her favorite hot beverage and essential oil recipes. From hot chocolate with peppermint essential oil to lavender infused coffee and even egg nog milk with nutmeg and cinnamon. 

    On today’s show we’re talking about how essential oils can be used to zest up your spice drawer.

    *Amy and Jennifer are Independent Distributors for Young Living. All personal experiences with essential oils and opinions expressed are our own and in no way reflective of Young Living. Consult with an aromatherapy professional to learn if essential oils are right for you.

  • 00:15

    Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Bread Recipe

    in Health

    Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am an Educator, Speaker, Radio Show Host, Author and a full-circle Health Coach.


    Today’s topic: Recipes

    original bread recipe:

    4 cups flour

    2 eggs 

    2 tsp salt

    2 tsp Fleishman’s dry yeast

    2 Tbl sugar

    12 oz lukewarm liquid

    Second version:

    3 cups flour

    ½ cup oats

    ½ cup rye flour

    Third version: same as 2

    6 scoops flax seed meal

    13 Tbl water = 2/3 cup  

    Fourth version

    3 cups bread flour

    ½ cup oats

    1/2 cup coconut flour

    ½ cup ground up avocado seeds 

    Fifth version: divide into 4, roll out each piece, then sprinkle some cinnamon, brown sugar, raisins and a cut up fruit on flat piece, roll up, put back into pan but without the hook. Do this with all 4 pieces. Push it all down a bit, close lid, then set on 80 min bake.

    Due to high blood pressure I have been leaving the salt out. We don’t need a preservative, as we cut the bread into slices when it’s cold and freeze it so it stays fresh. Put it in the toaster when ready to eat and it tastes like fresh out of the oven again!

    Let me know how your bread turned out!

    Gift: www.thomson.enagicweb.com   use this water

    Contact info: www.miclknight.com




    Until next week! Stay Healthy and Empowered!

  • 01:01

    Notes From The Field with Mike Pingleton

    in Education

    On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we welcome field herper Mike Pingleton. Mike has herped all over the United States as well as other countries and he will be sharing those experiences with us during this interview.

    You can read Mike's Blog here:


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  • 02:01

    Nathan Hall creator of the Gecko Enthusiast forum joins us.

    in Pets

    Airing Sunday 11/15/15 at 8:00 P.M. EST

    Nathan Hall creator of the Gecko Enthusiast forum joins us. We will discuss his work with many species of geckos. Let's find out what it's like to run a forum too. We will also pick his brain for some good photography tips. Feel free to call in with your questions and discussion topics at 646-478-5331. Our chatroom will be on during the live broadcast as well. Just follow the show link at showtime. See you there! :)

  • 00:32

    Jessica Bacal- Mistakes I Made at Work: Reflections by 25 Influential Women

    in Business

    Mistakes I Made at Work: 25 Influential Women Reflect on What They Got Out of Getting It Wrong by Jessica Bacal

    This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Jessica Bacal. The original live interview was 11/13/15.

    Today’s women are being told to “lean in,” to assert themselves, to ask for more, and to analyze their work/life balance. But despite all of this dialogue, there’s something that is not being addressed: advice on how to recover when you’ve stumbled.

    Everyone makes mistakes, but for many women, acknowledging them can feel tantamount to career suicide. In Mistakes I Made at Work, I interview twenty-five high-achieving and influential women across a variety of fields—from writers to doctors to engineers.  They share their worst on-the-job moments, and how they used them as learning experiences to build successful and fascinating careers.

    Jessica directs the Wurtele Center for Work & Life at Smith College, an independent women’s college in Massachusetts with students from every state and from 60 countries around the world.

    Her website is www.jessbacal.com/

    To order the book click HERE

    For more information about the Executive Girlfriends' Group see: http://www.executivegirlfriendsgroup.com

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