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About this episode: A friend of mine shared a blog post on my facebook a few weeks ago that really pulled me in. It was titled, "This is a Dead Mom Essay," written by Maddie Taterka, a freelance writer and contributing editor to Autostraddle, an intelligent, hilarious & provocative voice and a progressively feminist online community for a new generation of kickass lesbian, bisexual & otherwise inclined ladies (and their friends).
In this article, I learned that Maddie lost her mom to cancer when she was 16 and immediately connected with her story, as I've lost both my parents to cancer and losing my dad when I was 22 really flipped my world upside down. Also, being a queer woman adds a entirely different spin to loss (in my opinion). I was really interested to get to know Maddie and her story a little bit more, so when she said yes to being open to an interview, I was ecstatic!
About this show: I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let’s talk about stuff that’s hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through the arts, life experiments, looking inward and turning pain into something positive.
Contact me: http://losingyourparents.org/contact
Join us for an exciting interview with Spoken Words artist, Carlie Kilduff.
Carlie is a writer, speaker, intuitive, visionary and advocate for humanity. As a teacher at the middle and high school level, Carlie's classroom perspective is unique and it fuels her drive to empower people of all ages, in their self care, how to live in the present moment and how to model this for children.
Through her poetry, she shares messages for all of us, speaking of self worth, self value, self discovery, self healing and finding peace through pain.
Carlie inspires peaceful thoughts, words and actions in our daily lives.
Teaching others how to take extreme self care, live in the moment, and let go of resistance as one of the best steps in creating a healthy, peaceful and sustainable future for generations to come.
Mr. Natural Olympia JOHN HANSEN has a bodybuilding and fitness career that's lasted more than an incredible 40 years. He is a true ambassador of bodybuilding as you'll learn during this interview. In this podcast, John shares the mindset and perspective that has led to his tremendous success both on and off the competitive bodybuilding stage.
To download and listen to this podcast, go to www.SkipLaCour.com/podcast/bb330
In addition to being an internationally-recognized champion bodybuilder, John talks about the level of passion, focus, and marketing skills that bolstered everything he achieved with his physical body.
Hansen shares his advice for those in the fitness industry to get more out of their efforts. He also talks about why natural bodybuilding is important to him, his greatest accomplishment as a bodybuilder, the secrets to his longevity, the people who influenced him most, the ups and downs that he experienced, his ambitious plans for the future, and much more.
Six-time national champion bodybuilder, one-on-one peak performance coaching specialist, Mass Machine Nutrition supplement company owner, and speaker, Skip La Cour, offers his expert advice on training, nutrition, and motivation that will help you take your efforts to the next level. He also interviews the most interesting and passionate people in the bodybuilding and fitness world so you can learn from their knowledge and success too.
Jess Jones & Jayali stop by FSC Interview Hour to break in this very new show to talk about their 6TH ANNUAL G.M.S.H. 50-CITY TOUR @ BOURBON & BRANCH IN PHILADELPHIA DECEMBER 12TH
‘Get Money Stop Hatin’, the innovative national tour produced by DBBS Entertainment, is currently undergoing its 6th consecutive installment. This critically acclaimed annual tour is producing 57 concerts in 53 cities this year starring Jess J (www.JessJJones.com), Jayali (www.Jayalimusic.com), and some of the most talented artists in independent music.? The fifth date of the tour is Friday, December 12th at Bourbon & Branch in Philadelphia, PA. This year is making history again as the premiere platform for showcasing independent artists in the United States. Since the official launch in 2009, this tour has produced over 325 concerts in 80+ cities with over 125,000 concert attendees.
"Sadie Katz is a working actress living in Los Angeles. Her film Credits include playing the leading lady in "Chavez: Cage of Glory." Katz also stars in the thriller "House of Bad" Fan Favorite Award Winner at Big Bear Horror Fest 2013. You can also see Sadie starring in "Nipple and Palm Trees" on Amazon, Hulu & Netflix.
Katz also penned the screenplay "Scorned" starring Anna Lynn McCord and Billy Zane by Anchor Bay."
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