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73: 2016 Merrymaker review! The epic, the good, the bad, the blessings!  

In episode 73 we take a look back at 2016 and the year that it was! Holey moley… big freaking year!  Take a listen! We have lotsa fun in this episode! Most loved moment of 2016? Carla:  My most loved moment in 2016 probably I’m gonna say our road trip, L.A to San Francisco it was freaking amazing and the best thing ever. Emma: There was just so many epic things that I can’t even think which one but I think it would be all the traveling combined! What was your most favorite travel moment? Carla: Most fav. travel moment would be when we went to Bangkok and we were on a roof top bar looking over the amazing city at all the lights all the stars and just crazy meeting amazing people. Emma: I think both America trips and Bangkok trip and also Melbourne trip, going to the races, going to the Melbourne cup. What about your biggest lesson of 2016? Emma: Biggest lesson would be ‘focus on joy’ like just always focus on adding more joy to your day and your projects and whatever you’re doing because, life is short and you don’t know when it’s gonna end. Like you just don’t know. So it’s like, what‘s the point of getting really stressed out about work, business, relationships when actually you don’t know your time is up? Focus on adding joy and if you find yourself being cranky, being nasty because of just a bad mood like have stuff that can get out of your funk. Be aware of what is creating that funk. Figure out how to make it get better just self-awareness of that, self-awareness of happiness. Favorite Podcast Episode? That we recorded with another person we interviewed… Emma: I think all the ones with Dan Norris because they were live, and also Mark Manson’s podcast. He was so helpful, he has this really good perspective of life stuff and to make it less sucky, he’s really awesome. I would definitely recommend going back in listening to that one. Carla: My favorite podcast episode I’m gonna say yes to both what you said (Mark Manson and Dan Norris) I agree with you. But also Hal Elrod. His episode helped so many people and it helped us as well. Favorite book you read this year? Carla and Emma: Create or Hate by Dan Horris Emma: The art of War  by Steven Pressfield, The Subtle of Not Giving a Fuck Favorite Restaurant/Dinner Moment of 2016? Emma: We’ve had so many dinners this year! Carla: Can I just combine all the bonita bonitas together? Emma: Mexican foods, mexican tacos and the best margaritas! What about overseas dinner? Emma: Phuket, in Melbourne when we went to Facny Hanks! Carla: What about Ojai when we had Pizza with Derek and Marleen under the fairy lights?! What about the Monterey… What about in New York we went to Mexican? Hardest Moment of 2016? Emma: There was a lot of struggles with direction, clarity, we made mistakes or what to focus our energy on, it’s just being a massive year of stepping up and not quite making it. We were stepping up, learning but everything kinda little but BLAH! Carla: The hardest moment to deal with has been the book. Because I thought that with the book we learned our lesson from the last book and then this book happened and I was really excited about it and then it’s just had to so many delays. Emma: You know what’s been the biggest lesson for me? No more books just stick to online. Tune into the episode as we take you way back to January 2016 the 1st of Jan. We go through everything that’s happened in Merrymaker Land. The Plan for 2017… our focus will be.. The Challenge The App doubling down on that The book Partnerships and Collaboration We wanna send out huge love Merry vibes to YOU for tuning in to our podcast this year! We can’t wait to bring you more Merry magic during 2017!

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FB 67 Emma Snowsill  

Last week you heard some great insights from Champion Athlete, Jan Frodeno on his quest to take on Kona and what he has had to do to make the transition from short-course to long-course a successful one. Today we get to talk his wife, Olympic Gold Medalist, Commonwealth Medalist and 3x World Champion - Emma Snowsill.

Emma has enjoyed an amazing career but has dealt with some serious health issues, that ultimately lead to her retiring from the sport. As a result Emma has learned some hard lessons and had decided to embark on a quest to fully understand health and help educate athletes as to what real health actually means.

Emma Talks About: What being a World Champion has taught her. Why she stopped racing. Emma's personal health journey. Learning about true health. Understanding that what we eat underpins performance. Giving back to the sport. Being an ambassador. Educating people on the sport through commentary. What is in store for Emma.

This was a fantastic opportunity to sit down and speak candidly with such a remarkable athlete - and person. Emma's positivity is amazing as she prefers to view her health battles as step into a new direction and career, rather than something that holds her back. Emma's story carries the message that as athletes we owe it ourselves to understand what true health really is.

You should check Emma out on Instagram and via her Website.

 

Emma Louise Wyn Jones  

Episode 143 is Emma Louise Wyn Jones, a very charming and inspiring 22-year-old sailor and yachting photographer from the UK. I met Emma during the recent Caribbean 600 Race. If you happened to catch that video that the race media posted about Paul & I discussing the weather for the race, it was Emma who shot it. If you didn’t see it yet, check out this episode’s show notes page for the link.

I was interested in talking to Emma about how she decided to go into yachting photography, her sailing history in general, and about what it’s like starting from scratch and trying to move up in the sailing world. I get a lot of emails from college students and twenty-somethings looking for advice, so this episode is particularly interesting if you’re one of those people wondering how to get your start.

When we left Antigua in early March, Emma had gotten a crew job aboard ‘The Blue Peter’, the classic, 1930s-era 65-foot wooden sloop you might remember me mentioning in the Race Recap podcast that barged in on us at the start. I met the boat’s owner, Mat, who bought me a beer at the bar and apologized for the foul language his crew shouted at us! Anyway, Emma’s on that boat now, and will remain in the Caribbean for the rest of the winter season, doing her thing. In case you’re wondering, Emma has no secret formula for success, just a willingness to work hard and sleep in strange places. What a cool story!

Contact Emma...For more information, enquiries for commissons or photo requests, feel free to get in touch!

Email: elwjphotography@gmail.com

Antigua Mobile: +1268 7855073

UK Mobile: +447551939849

Character Corner: Emma Frost - From Villainess to Protector  

We talk about our first X-Men/Mutant with this discussion on Emma Frost. We cover her entire history from her being introduced as the White Queen of the Hellfire Club to her transition to becoming an X-Men and protector of the mutant race. We talk about the recurring tragedies that help mold Emma from being just an evil villain to the hero she is now. An interesting thing about Emma is that despite this change, she still maintained her elitism and coldness but it has a purpose.

Reading list (Most if not all of these are on Marvel Unlimited):

Uncanny X-Men #129 - First Appearance Uncanny X-Men #129 -133 - Dark Phoenix Saga Uncanny X-Men #314 - Takes over Iceman's body Generation X (63 - 70 are on MU) #70 - Massachusetts Academy is blown up by her sister, another student dies Uncanny X-Men #331 - "Helps" Bobby with his powers in a very Emma Way Grant Morrison's New X-Men (2001-2004) #115 - Genosha wiped out #116 - Emma gets secondary mutation Annual #1 & #131 - Her psychic Affair with Scott begins #139 - Jean finds out and forces Emma to confront her past Whedon's Astonishing X-Men (2004) Volume 3: Torn - Emma Focus. Whole run features Emma but especially this volume Dark X-Men The Confession 1   X-Men Regenesis   X-Men vs Avengers 1-12 (mostly 6-11)

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Tough Girl - Emma Timmis - National Adventurer of the Year 2015 for Running across Africa!  

Tough Girl Challenges is all about motivating and inspiring women and girls. In this episode I interview Emma Timmis who is a phenomenal endurance athlete. Emma has done some extreme adventures where she’s pushed her body and mind to her limits. 

 

Emma was the winner of the National Adventurer of the Year Award in 2015 where she was recognised for her achievement in physical endeavour by running across Africa!  This journey took 89 days, starting at the Atlantic Ocean at Henries Bay in Namibia with her running all the way across to the Indian Ocean at Pemba in Mozambique a total distance of 3,974km.

 

Emma has just made her way via bike from Manchester down to Dover, where she is catching the ferry over to France, she will then be cycling over to Italy to do a month of rock climbing before cycling home. We recorded this interview while she was waiting to board the ferry, so you’ll have to excuse the noises in the background!

 

In this podcast, Emma talks about how she got a love for adventure and fitness from her family and how these big challenges came about, she talks about the training and the impact on her body and mind. She also provides advice and tips for those who are looking to get out of their comfort zone. 

 

Through her adventures, Emma has also raised a lot of money for two charities (RSPCA & The Seed Project) they are charities that are close to her heart and she explains how they have benefited from the money.

 

It was clear from interviewing Emma that she’s a passionate believer in getting more women and girls to be active. It doesn’t have to be massive challenges, but they do have to be fun!

 

Please see more about Emma by visiting her Website www.emmatimmis.com and she is also on Facebook and twitter @runemma

 

To keep up to date with Tough Girl Challenges, subscribe to the newsletter via the website www.toughgirlchallenges.com

 

 

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078: Emma & Denis Merkas – Couple Hustle  

Emma & Denis Merkas are building a business and doing it as a couple.  Melt: Massage for Couples isn't the first business they have tackled together a recent trip to the USA showed they are on the right track. Here is what we learned from Emma and Denis in this podcast Where Emma & Denis got their start online Why understanding how to make money with your business is super important How Denis pivoted his traditional massage business into an educational company Why they stopped pushing $30 Date Night Why PR can be hit or miss The importance of the USA trip to be closer to customers Developing traction channels for Melt How Emma & Denis operate as a couple in life & business Got more feedback, please email  sean AT sportsgeekhq.com or tweet @BeersBlokesBiz or @seancallanan. Some insights & links from this podcast Check out Melt: Massage for couples Connect with Emma (@emmamerkas) and on Linkedin Connect with Denis (@denismerkas) and on Linkedin Getting some press for Melt in SMH Check out Denis & Emma on TV in Utah as discussed on the podcast iTunes reviews - 75 listeners have left an iTunes review for the podcast - THANK YOU read them all here  Got a question? Tweet the Blokes or  @BeersBlokesBiz Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @BeersBlokesBiz or on Facebook with your opinion. Connect with these Blokes The blokes (and Emma of course) on this podcast were: @seancallanan from Sports Geek and SeanCallanan.com, and Sports Geek Podcast @scottkilmartin from Online Store Guys and Vintage Ice Cream Truck @emmamerkas from Melt Massage @denismerkas from Melt Massage Thanks for review In a nutshell? The blokes are the business mentors I would never in a million years have access to, especially in the very immature start-up phase of business. They speak and explain business in a way that’s relatable, especially to the regular everyday Aussie. Give me the intellectual “bogan geek” any-day, who actually knows what they’re talking about. When the blokes speak, I listen. There’s a bloke for every business personality type. You’ll find yourself saying “I completely agree with what he’s saying!” after yet another snippet of quality business advice comes out of your speakers. After regular listening, a pattern will emerge with who you relate to the most. Trying to catch up on the previous episodes, the blokes go with me everywhere. In my car while driving, in the wee hours of the morning (5am starts anyone?), in my downtime, on flights, at home on client-filled weekends... everywhere. The BBB podcast is the icing on my “live and breathe your business” cake. And I’m learning about beer. Highly recommended. - Lorryn_Inches_DG Download episode below but we'd prefer you to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud or this feed if you don't use iTunes. Don't forget you can get these show notes via email subscription. Let us know your thoughts in the comments 

Emma Johansson  

Genombrottet kom 2007 men under Peking-OS 2008 exploderade det - då hon blev silver-Emma med hela svenska folket. I Sportpodden med Edström och Åberg berättar Emma Johansson om hur den mediala uppmärksamheten efter OS-silvret chockade henne och gjorde henne olycklig. En tydlig målbild har tagit Emma Johansson till den absoluta eliten inom cykelsporten. För några veckor sedan hade hon guldläge på VM men det blev ett brons, eller en bonus som hon själv uttrycker det. För enligt Emma så ser hon på loppet som att hon glömde att ta med sig guldet hem. I sportpodden med Edström och Åberg berättar Emma om det avgörande rycket i VM-loppet och hur hon nu tänker att hon skulle ha kört för att ha sluppit spurtstriden. Cykelsporten har under de senaste åren drabbats av flera tragiska dödsolyckor. Att träna i aggressiv trafik är otäckt enligt Emma och hon berättar hur hon jobbar med det mentala för att hennes dåliga erfarenheter i trafiken, inte ska sätta stopp för hennes utveckling. Vi berör också ämnet doping. Varför är herrarna mer drabbad av fusket än damerna? Hur ser Emma ser på att sportens stora fixstjärna under många år, Lance Armstrong, till slut åkte fast?

Emma Betts is 25 And Planning Her Own Funeral  

How do you live when you know don’t have much time? Emma Betts is 25. She has stage four melanoma. And according to doctors, has around six months to live. In this extremely intimate No Filter, this wife, daughter, sister, crazy dog-lady, lover of pavlova, former international aid and development worker, and current writer/blogger/advocate talks to Mia about being diagnosed with cancer at 22, planning her own funeral and her hopes for her husband when she is gone. You may need tissues.

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Your host is Mia Freedman.

With thanks to special guest Emma Betts. Visit her blog Dear Melonoma here.

This podcast was produced by Elissa Ratliff 

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57: Letting Go of Blame After a Breakup with Emma  

Today’s caller, Emma, is seeking guidance after a breakup. She would like to move forward with building her business but finds herself battling with self-doubt and procrastination. Emma is taking ownership of the issue and has a high-level of self-awareness about it, but she needs to uncover what is holding her back. 

When we ask ourselves the question “what am I learning from this situation?” instead of “why did it happen to me?” we unlock something which is critical to our growth and healing. When a relationship ends, we are never 100% victims. We need to take 100% responsibility for the 50% which is our part. That said, we must do so without self-judgment or blame. We must accept we did the best we could with what we had at the time, and we now have an opportunity to do better moving forward.

In future relationships, Emma has the opportunity to be more intimate. She was playing out the same patterns of withholding and people pleasing in her business, as she did in her marriage. Instead of being vulnerable she felt ashamed of sharing what was really going on in her life.

People crave intimacy. Especially those who love us, care about us or want to get to know us. They want to feel like they are getting the real person. It’s hard to love someone who is wearing a mask or people pleasing all the time because we never know how they really feel.

If you withhold of yourself through people pleasing, perfection or because you don’t trust people, it is time to examine that aspect of yourself. Emotional suppression holds energy back. Forgiveness can only begin after we bring acceptance and compassion to our feelings.

We are unique but in many ways we are similar. We also have core pains and patterns that hold us back and once we move and shift those, we can move the needle in other parts of our lives. I address core pains and patterns in my Over It and On With It Mastery Course.

My personal mastery coaching course, Over It and On With It, is now open for registration until October 20th. The 6-week course includes a 90-minute call every other week, worksheets, guided meditations and more. This course is the best of my spiritual practices and practical tips. Go to ChristineHassler.com/Mastery to register. Allow me to give you the support you need.

 

Consider/Ask Yourself:

● Are you a procrastinator?

● Have you gone through a breakup and blame yourself or the other person?

● Do you relate to being a people pleaser?

● Is intimacy challenging for you?

● Would you like to teach your children something you wish you had learned as a child?

 

Emma's Question:

Emma would like strategies on how to move forward after her breakup.

 

Emma's Key Insights and Aha’s:

● She feels as if she wasn’t enough in her relationship.

● She is a people pleaser.

● She doesn’t trust herself.

● She suppresses her emotions.

● She did the best she could with the tools she had at the time.

● She punishes herself for going after what she wants.

● She needs to get eliminate the belief she needs to be perfect to teach forgiveness.

 

How to Get Over It and On With It:

● She needs to welcome the emotional aspect of her feelings.

● She should do forgiveness work around her self-blame.

● She should be compassionate towards herself to move into acceptance.

● She can empower her children with the tools she didn’t have.

● She needs to believe she deserves her dreams.

● She should create a meditation course for others to help herself heal.

 

Assignments and Takeaways:

● Write a letter to yourself or another person without sending it. It will help move the energy so it can be healed.

● Take a look at your life and see where you are withholding, not being honest, or people pleasing, and channel the energy to create something fun.

● Empower your children with the tools and knowledge you wish you would have had.

 

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57: Letting Go of Blame After a Breakup with Emma  

Today's caller, Emma, is seeking guidance after a breakup. She would like to move forward with building her business but finds herself battling with self-doubt and procrastination. Emma is taking ownership of the issue and has a high-level of self-awareness about it, but she needs to uncover what is holding her back. When we ask ourselves the question "what am I learning from this situation?" instead of "why did it happen to me?" we unlock something which is critical to our growth and healing. When a relationship ends, we are never 100% victims. We need to take 100% responsibility for the 50% which is our part. That said, we must do so without self-judgment or blame. We must accept we did the best we could with what we had at the time, and we now have an opportunity to do better moving forward. In future relationships, Emma has the opportunity to be more intimate. She was playing out the same patterns of withholding and people pleasing in her business, as she did in her marriage. Instead of being vulnerable she felt ashamed of sharing what was really going on in her life. People crave intimacy. Especially those who love us, care about us or want to get to know us. They want to feel like they are getting the real person. It's hard to love someone who is wearing a mask or people pleasing all the time because we never know how they really feel. If you withhold of yourself through people pleasing, perfection or because you don't trust people, it is time to examine that aspect of yourself. Emotional suppression holds energy back. Forgiveness can only begin after we bring acceptance and compassion to our feelings. We are unique but in many ways we are similar. We also have core pains and patterns that hold us back and once we move and shift those, we can move the needle in other parts of our lives. I address core pains and patterns in my Over It and On With It Mastery Course. My personal mastery coaching course, Over It and On With It, is now open for registration until October 20th. The 6-week course includes a 90-minute call every other week, worksheets, guided meditations and more. This course is the best of my spiritual practices and practical tips. Go to ChristineHassler.com/Mastery to register. Allow me to give you the support you need. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Are you a procrastinator? ? Have you gone through a breakup and blame yourself or the other person? ? Do you relate to being a people pleaser? ? Is intimacy challenging for you? ? Would you like to teach your children something you wish you had learned as a child? Emma's Question: Emma would like strategies on how to move forward after her breakup. Emma's Key Insights and Aha's: ? She feels as if she wasn't enough in her relationship. ? She is a people pleaser. ? She doesn't trust herself. ? She suppresses her emotions. ? She did the best she could with the tools she had at the time. ? She punishes herself for going after what she wants. ? She needs to get eliminate the belief she needs to be perfect to teach forgiveness. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to welcome the emotional aspect of her feelings. ? She should do forgiveness work around her self-blame. ? She should be compassionate towards herself to move into acceptance. ? She can empower her children with the tools she didn't have. ? She needs to believe she deserves her dreams. ? She should create a meditation course for others to help herself heal. Assignments and Takeaways: ? Write a letter to yourself or another person without sending it. It will help move the energy so it can be healed. ? Take a look at your life and see where you are withholding, not being honest, or people pleasing, and channel the energy to create something fun. ? Empower your children with the tools and knowledge you wish you would have had. Resources: Christine...

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26 year old Emma Fillipoff has been missing for almost 4 years now. There have been plenty of strange leads in this case. Emma is spotted and photographed in a nearby city sipping coffee at a coffee shop - or so they thought. A strange unidentified man gets upset when he sees Emma’s missing persons poster. He rips the poster off of the wall and tells a store clerk that the picture is of his girlfriend. Then there’s the stalker. Was Emma stalked or was it as he puts it “we were just friends.” Emma’s mother Shelley Fillipoff spends 2 months in a city far from her home searching for her missing dau [...]

Emma Fillipoff /// Part 2 ////// 53  

Emma Fillipoff pt.2 ////// 53

26 year old Emma Fillipoff has been missing for almost 4 years now. There have been plenty of strange leads in this case. Emma is spotted and photographed in a nearby city sipping coffee at a coffee shop - or so they thought. A strange unidentified man gets upset when he sees Emma’s missing persons poster. He rips the poster off of the wall and tells a store clerk that the picture is of his girlfriend. Then there’s the stalker. Was Emma stalked or was it as he puts it “we were just friends.” Emma’s mother Shelley Fillipoff spends 2 months in a city far from her home searching for her missing dau [...]

Emma Fillipoff ////// 52  

Emma Fillipoff ////// 52

26 year old Emma Fillipoff has been missing for almost 4 years now. There have been plenty of strange leads in this case. Emma is spotted and photographed in a nearby city sipping coffee at a coffee shop - or so they thought. A strange unidentified man gets upset when he sees Emma’s missing persons poster. He rips the poster off of the wall and tells a store clerk that the picture is of his girlfriend. Then there’s the stalker. Was Emma stalked or was it as he puts it “we were just friends.” Emma’s mother Shelley Fillipoff spends 2 months in a city far from her home searching for her missing daughter [...]

Emma Fillipoff ////// 52  

Emma Fillipoff ////// 52

26 year old Emma Fillipoff has been missing for almost 4 years now. There have been plenty of strange leads in this case. Emma is spotted and photographed in a nearby city sipping coffee at a coffee shop - or so they thought. A strange unidentified man gets upset when he sees Emma’s missing persons poster. He rips the poster off of the wall and tells a store clerk that the picture is of his girlfriend. Then there’s the stalker. Was Emma stalked or was it as he puts it “we were just friends.” Emma’s mother Shelley Fillipoff spends 2 months in a city far from her home searching for her missing daughter [...]

1,206 - Outdoor Vacation Sports and Activities  

Make your next vacation more active and exciting. Learn different ways to do that on this episode.

Slow dialog: 1:26
Explanations: 3:48
Fast dialog: 19:20

Emma: Are you ready?

Ricardo: Sure, but why are you dressed like that? I thought we were going to play golf with Kareem and Karen.

Emma: I told them we’re going rock climbing instead.

Ricardo: I was really looking forward to a game of golf.

Emma: You play golf all the time. How often do you get the chance to do other outdoor activities, such as horseback riding and zip-lining. We can do both this afternoon if you’re up for it.

Ricardo: I thought the point of this vacation was to rest and recharge.

Emma: We do need to recharge, but what we need is excitement, not rest. Maybe Kareem and Karen will want to join us tomorrow.

Ricardo: Why? What are we doing tomorrow?

Emma: How about a watersport, maybe kayaking, windsurfing, or water skiing? Too bad we can’t go scuba diving, but we can do some snorkeling.

Ricardo: I like the idea of spending some time on the water, but whale watching is more my speed.

Emma: Don’t you want to feel the wind through your hair and the excitement pumping through your veins?

Ricardo: I didn’t know you were such an adrenaline junkie.

Emma: Guilty as charged. I’m going to take skydiving lessons next month. Want to join me?

Ricardo: I consider skydiving a spectator sport!

Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

Episode 9 // Emma Slebsager  

I denne uges podcast får I lov til at lytte til min søde og inspirerende navnesøster Emmas vise ord. Emma Slebsager skriver på sin blog om temaer såsom grøn omstilling, bæredygtighed og økologi - om at træffe bevidste valg om alt fra at spise plantebaseret og købe færre 'ting' til at skifte bank og rejse uden at sætte sig i en flyvemaskine. Emma mener, at små, grønne og bæredygtige hverdagsvaner til sammen kan gøre en større forskel, og derfor deler hun i dette podcastet en masse gode råd til, hvordan du kan skabe nye vaner og leve mere bæredygtigt. I episoden fortæller Emma desuden om Sustain Daily, der inden længe slår dørene op for et nyt webmagasin og fællesskab af bloggere. Her vil man kunne hente ideer og inspiration til en en bæredygtig livstil ét sted, hvor man nemt kan finde alt, man leder efter. Jeg håber, at podcastepisoden vil motivere jer til at reflektere over jeres valg i hverdagen. Måske I endda bliver inspirerede og motiverede til at ændre en vane eller to? Dét ved jeg i hvert fald, at jeg blev, efter samtalen med Emma. FIND EMMA HER http://emmaslebsager.dk/ http://sustaindaily.dk/ https://www.facebook.com/emmaslebsagerdk { I denne episode kan du høre om... } ... hvad der kickstartede Emmas interesse for bæredygtighed ... hvordan små valg sammen kan en større forskel ... de bæredygtige valg og ikkevalg Emma træffer i sin hverdag ... hvordan man kan få mere kvalitet for pengene ved at købe brugt ... at spise økologisk og vegansk ... hvordan man skaber en ny hverdagsvane ... et ønske om at bruge flere penge på bæredygtige initiativer ... hvorvidt plantebaseret mad er en trend FIND MIG HER www.emmamartiny.dk/martinypodcast/ www.instagram.com/emmamartiny/ www.facebook.com/emmamartinyblog/?ref=hl

POD #56 - EMMA JOHANSSONS GRYMMA 2015  

Under 2015 så tog Emma Johansson VM-brons på medel och i stafetten. Hon avgjorde dessutom både Tiomila och Venla/Jukola till Domnarvets fördel. Hur gick det där till? I Radio O-Ringen podcast #56 mötte Per Forsberg en lugn och sansad Emma Johansson på Idre Fjäll där landslaget har haft ett fysläger. Förklaringarna till framgångarna är många men en tydlig sak hände 2011. -Då inledde jag ett samarbete med en ny tränare. Detta innebar en klar förändring till det bättre för mig, berättar Emma Johansson i podden. 2016 är lika med VM i Sverige och Bohuslän. Ett mästerskap som Emma verkligen ser fram mot. -Jag hoppas på folkfest och fina tävlingar. Terrängen är fantastisk och bör passa oss svenskar hur bra som helst, konstaterar Emma Johansson. Ladda ner och lyssna till podcast #56 från Radio O-Ringen och ett intressant samtal med Emma Johansson från Domnarvets GoIF. Synpunkter, idéer och kommentarer till radio@oringen.se

Mrs Frieda’s Halfway Home Session 4 – Emma’s Birthday  

It's late July at the halfway house, which is about the same as any time in the summer, except for the forgotten fact that Emma Vaerbond will soon be thirteen.  Mrs. Frieda's not really one for ceremony, and Emma's never been exactly vocal about the special day, especially since her "special friend" always likes to celebrate the occasion in his own way.  This year is no different. Odyn, owed a promise of “playtime” with Emma, has made it happen. He’s whispering in a few ears, setting up a few birthday surprises, and doing his best to make sure Emma never forgets this day. Emma’s friends?  Well, they just happen to be excellent pawns. PLAYERS Manda - Manny (the Devil Child) Matt - Scott Valle (the Eagle Boy) Nate - Emma Vaerbond Sam - George Fillburn

Ep. 40 ft. Emma Mildon - The Modern Mystic on Crystals, Auras, Numerology, Name Readings… and More!  

Today Jordan and Emma Mildon, Spiritual Author & Modern Mystic, make new age spirituality (crystals, spirit animals, meditation, auras, and intuition) more approachable. The girls reflect on their weird and wonderfully spiritual sides before doing something a little different… a mini numerology & name reading!! It’s really insightful and a ton of fun, and we’ll be doing more segments like this with future guests!

 

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Connect with Emma: Website: http://www.emmamildon.com Facebook: facebook.com/emmamildonauthor Twitter: @EmmaMildon Instagram: @Emma.Mildon YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Shu519a0gsdoKwEf54WYQ Take Emma’s classes on mindbodygreen The Soul Searcher's Handbook: A Modern Girl's Guide to the New Age World by Emma Mildon
GENERATION XX - Emma Sawko, fondatrice de Wild and The Moon  

Dans cet épisode, Siham rencontre Emma Sawko. Manger sain, bio, local : pour Emma, ça n'est pas une tendance mais un véritable mode de vie, une démarche authentique au coeur de laquelle il y a la volonté de concilier gourmandise, santé et respect de l'environnement ...  Emma est la fondatrice de la "cantine bio" Wild and The Moon à Paris, Dubai et bientôt New-York, et du Comptoir 102, concept-store à Dubai. Discuter avec Emma, c'est voyager dans plusieurs villes : Paris d'abord, où elle a longtemps travaillé comme publicitaire, puis NY, sa ville de coeur, où elle est partie vivre quelques années en famille, et enfin Dubai, où, loin de sa zone de confort, elle a développé son concept devenu un succès : des restaurants où la cuisine est bio, gourmande et respectueuse de l'environnement. Dans cet épisode, Emma nous parle des différences entre Paris, NY et Dubai et nous raconte les débuts de Wild and The Moon et de Comptoir 102. Elle nous confie ses ingrédients du succès et nous parle de comment, avec Wild and the Moon, elle essaye de contribuer à un monde meilleur. Très bonne écoute, et si à la fin de cet épisode, vous avez envie de manger sain, bio et local, vous savez où aller ! Pour suivre Wild and The Moon : https://www.facebook.com/WildAndTheMoon/ https://www.instagram.com/wildandthemoon/?hl=fr Pour suivre Génération XX : www.facebook.com/generationxx.podcast/ www.instagram.com/generationxx.podcast/ twitter.com/generationxxP www.generationxx.fr/ medium.com/generationxx siham.podcast@gmail.com Production : Siham Jibril Réalisation : Olivier Bessuges Micro : Joel Ronez Thème musical : Please listen carefully (musique libre de droits)

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