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This parenting podcast empowers parents on their journey by exploring what it means to nurture and be nurtured with mindfulness and presence. Listen to learn how you can best meet your child’s developmental needs as your child grows and develops while cultivating a nurturing, joyful home life.
 
Nurture Hub is a podcast for women who are planning a pregnancy, who are pregnant & for new mums looking for support, mentoring and connection. We will be talking to real women just like you, sharing our stories and bringing In the professionals to share knowledge. We are thrilled and ready to share, laugh, cry. We hope you enjoy every moment. Love Nicola Laye & Shari Lyon
 
Let's Nurture is a software and app development company headquartered out of North America. With a special focus on supporting and nurturing the development of Small business, we can offer best-in-class solutions at an affordable rate. If you're a small business owner with an interest in technology and process, this is the show for you.We have experience developing:AR VRApp DevelopmentWearable AppsSmall Business AppsCloud HostingCyber SecurityBackup and RecoveryDigital TransformationiBeacon ...
 
A Brand New Podcast from Anna Anderson (formerly from the Warrior Journals Podcast- all episodes of which are still fully available). Anna believes in the power of storytelling to heal - something humans have done over the eons. Nurturing and Nourishing and honest conversations.How do we nourish ourselves, not only with food, but with love, with self talk, with self care and what that really looks like. To give us permission to give ourselves what we really need when we truly, truly, slow down.
 
Nurture vs Nurture is a new podcast brought to you by the producers of Armchair Expert. Dr. Wendy Mogel, social-clinical psychologist and author, specializes in the protection and promotion of self-reliance, resilience, accountability and exuberance in children and she is our fearless leader in this new endeavor. Each week, Dr. Wendy sits down with a different set of parents for a therapy session. She brings her forty years of experience working with families to these intimate and wonderfull ...
 
I'm a bee biologist and study honeybee genomics, behavior, and physiology at the Central State University (the only HBCU and 1890 Land-Grant University in Ohio). I am passioned about science and facts of insects. I hope this podcast will share incredible stories with you from outstanding scientists in the world who studying insects every day, their ecology, behavior, genetics, and their environment. Please subscribe to Soundcloud, Itunes, and Google Music Play. Any comments and suggestions a ...
 
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Clarabell lived in a small cottage by the sea and every morning she collected seashells by the shore. One day, Clarabell closed her eyes and made a wish. She wished to have her very own star. A little star heard Clarabell’s wish and started its journey down to earth. We recommend this story for ages 3-7 About the Author - Christy Klincewicz This is…
 
Slow and steady wins the race. Finally another podcast….. Mel’s recommendation: You Need a Budget web app Mel recommends a handy zero-bed based budgeting tool this show. She has actually been using it for over 6 months and it has proved very useful. Annual and monthly subscriptions are available. You also get a free trial period that runs just over…
 
A NOTE FROM JASON: Hello! So we are beginning to wrap up our time with the first couple of the season, Bart and Susan. What you are about to hear is a consultation interview with my level 3 PACT colleague, Debbie Campbell out of Dallas Texas. I don’t know if I’ve ever read a list of a persons background that better describes their clinical style an…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast This week we're going to take a look at the occasionally controversial history of Bitcoin, and help you understand the technologies that make it possible-we've all heard about "blockchain" but have you ever asked what exactly blocks are, or why we're chaining them together? This episode you'll find out. If…
 
We love this topic, its definitely not one that many pregnant women discuss and yet its so important as this was how we created our babies in the first place.. plus the discussion about after birth.. Let's meet Karlyn, The Erotic alchemist 'Karlyn specialises in guiding women through transformational processes, drawing upon her training in Yoni Map…
 
Anna meets Ben Bidwell for a refreshingly honest conversation about what it’s like to be a stereotypical ‘successful’ man – and where stereotypes let men and women down. Traditional masculinity was not serving Ben. At 30 years old, he was doing great on a surface level, but he felt empty and alone. A lucky encounter with a hypnotherapist led him to…
 
Once there was a forest where a great many birds made their homes and during the day the young birds played together with their friends. One day danger came to their forest and all the birds had to stay in their nests and could no longer play together. We recommend this story for ages 3 - 7 About the Author - Stephen Spitalny is a writer, early chi…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast This week I talk about outsourcing, why it happens, and how technology is allowing us to take advantage of it on a wider scale than ever before-as well as introduce you to what might be a new way of approaching it. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel free to reach out-the host can be…
 
The story of The Three Little Deers and The Great Storm captures the young child's imagination. This therapeutic story was written for children to offer a sense of courage and triumph. The story is about three young deers who wander away from their home in the forest and when a great storm comes, they discover that they have the courage to find the…
 
A NOTE FROM JASON: Hello from Berkeley- We all know the therapy cliches about how we end up marrying our parents or how our early childhoods lay out the behavior patterns of our functioning as adults. The cliches are true-- one way that we learn to help couples is by understanding models of human development and early relationship patterns. The the…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast This week I take you through one of the technologies we helped to develop here at Let's Nurture-CarKonnect. Listen to the episode to find out how you can take advantage of this fascinating new technology-It's more affordable than you think! If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel free to…
 
The setting is summertime and this is a simple story about the life of a caterpillar. Follow the journey of the caterpillar as he looks around for something to eat and inches through the grass, up hills and down hills, climbing over and under sticks. We recommend this story for ages 3 - 5 About the Author - Kristen McArthur is a Waldorf Early Child…
 
We are so grateful to be able to share this special interview with Jane Hardwicke Collings - A Women’s Mysteries Teacher, Women-crafter, a Mother, Grandmother, Former Midwife, A Writer, Teacher, Workshop Facilitator. Jane is a former Registered Nurse, and worked in that capacity in Paediatric Intensive Care Units and Women’s Operating Theatres. Jan…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast This week I assembled a round table of experts to discuss the challenges, and benefits of international project management. From cultural divides to exchange rates, we cover the questions you want answered about this often overlooked opportunity. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel f…
 
Daisy and Dilly are two Mama ducks that live in a beautiful little pond with all their ducklings. One day, they notice that their ducklings have grown so much that there’s not enough room in the pond or enough food for everyone. What can they do? We recommend this story for ages 2 - 7 About the Author - Anja Toddington Anja moved to the UK from Ger…
 
A NOTE FROM JASON: Hey, I hope you got a chance to listen to the first half of the second interview with Bart and Susan. Just in case you are not up to speed, Bart and Susan are an engaged couple in their 50’s who have been together for 3 years. They face challenges around, “money, work and time” that keep them from moving securely towards marriage…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast Linux can seem intimidating-but this week I want to give you a fresh perspective on an often misunderstood and underappreciated operating system-and explain the surprising reason you've been encouraged to not consider it before. If you're not caught up, our last episode went into detail on what an operatin…
 
Can we be honest with you??? We hate the term 'BIRTH PLAN'!! you are probably thinking What? Why?? Because when we put one 'Plan' on one experience then we put a lot of expectation on ourselves and when things don't 'go to plan' then we can come out of our birth feeling disappointed and even traumatised. We both work with women through pregnancy to…
 
A very sweet tale about a hedgehog named Pete who lived in a garden. One day, Pete falls asleep in the gardener's basket. He wakes up and discovers that he’s on a journey! We recommend this story for ages 3 - 7 About the Author - Jill Tina Taplin was born and brought up in the UK, graduated from university with a degree in philosophy and was busy u…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast This week we take a look at an indispensable element of your computer. The operating system. Have you ever wondered what it actually does? Why you need one at all? Today we're going to talk about it. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel free to reach out-the host can be reached via em…
 
Tobias is the talented tailor of the Kingdom of Timberlap. He lives alone with a timid mouse named Mabel. Although they never speak to each other, they help each other. One day Tobias is so ill that he cannot he cannot finish sewing Princess Rebecca’s dress and Mabel mouse comes to his rescue. Author - Mary Natale Mary has been a teacher of young c…
 
If you’re not someone who drinks green smoothies and has a daily yoga practice, is ‘self-care' out of reach for you? In this episode Anna speaks with the perfect person to answer this question: success coach Rachel Letham, whose first yoga class (including chanting and a giant gong) was a shock to the system! When Rachel hit burnout via a high-stre…
 
A NOTE FROM JASON: Hello and thanks for listening. So far this season we met our first couple, Bart and Susan, and then listened in on my consultation session with Hans Stahlschmidt. It’s now time to hear a follow up session with Bart and Susan. In the first interview with Bart and Susan, we heard the couple describe the very different ways they ma…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast Risk is a subject most people don't spend enough time thinking about-let's change that. This week we discuss the risk management procedure outlined in the PMBOK, which is a very impressive book full of very important things, and also an appendix. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel f…
 
Slow and Steady Tammy is about a turtle who wishes to be a heroine. One day, when a thunderstorm left Sally Spider and her many little children clinging to a branch, Tammy Turtle found being slow and steady made her a heroine after all! Author: Mary Natale Mary has been a teacher of young children for many years. She studied at the Institute of Chi…
 
We live such busy lives that even in pregnancy we don't tend to take the time to slow down and connect into what our body and our baby needs. Many women keep busy to get out of their heads but then in turn this can cause more stress and anxiety as we are pushing down our emotions and not dealing with the fears we feel in the lead up to our birth. I…
 
Nurture & Support returns Mel and I hope to get back to at least a monthly update for the podcast. Here is one in a row… Kelly’s recommendation: Oculus Quest 2 After many failed attempts, I finally have a VR device I love. No computer required, easy set up, and amazing VR experiences. Definitely worth a look (and once you get it, get the Vader Immo…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast Have you ever wondered what makes low-energy bluetooth so low-energy? You're in luck-this week you're going to learn more about bluetooth than you ever expected. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel free to reach out-the host can be reached via email at liam@letsnurture.ca Our intro m…
 
In this episode, I answer parenting questions that a few We Nurture parents sent to us some weeks ago. From time to time on We Nurture Instagram we ask you about parenting challenges that you would like support with and I answer them on the podcast. Questions answered in this episode: My 4-year-old screams and throws things during tantrums. Is that…
 
Simon Spider lives with his mother and father at the bottom of a giant ash tree the home of Periwinkle fairy. Simon is waiting for the day when he will be able to spin beautiful, useful things like his mother and father can. The one day he helps an elf. Author - Mary Natale Mary has been a teacher of young children for many years. She studied at th…
 
A NOTE FROM JASON: Hello - I hope you got a sense of what it’s like to be in the couples therapist’s chair in the clinical interview with Bart and Susan. In this episode, I’m excited to give you a sense of what a consultation interview between therapists sounds like. My colleague and mentor Hans Stahlschmidt joins me as we discuss his impressions o…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast This week we discuss the subitizing range, the scale of space, and the impact the theory of relativity had on enabling the modern GPS environment. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel free to reach out-the host can be reached via email at liam@letsnurture.ca Our intro music is 'Blues …
 
Every child is unique, which means they will each have different preferences and different ways of operating in the world. However, something that is true for all children is that rhythm and routine create a sense of safety and security, and are incredibly beneficial to a child's wellbeing. In today’s episode, which is part 2 of the previous episod…
 
Amir loves his cat Leyla. Every night Leyla snuggles with Amir in his bed and every morning they wake up together. One day, Leyla goes missing and Amir cannot ind her, even when his dad’s Hossein and Josef help him search the whole house. Author - Mary Natale Mary has been a teacher of young children for many years. She studied at the Institute of …
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast This week we take a look at the evolution of cashless payments, from carbon paper to the modern chip, and touch on the unique advantages e-wallets bring to the table. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel free to reach out-the host can be reached via email at liam@letsnurture.ca Our in…
 
Rituals are acts that we come to with love and reverence. They become part of our daily rhythm when they are consistent when we can depend on them, and it’s this rhythmic approach that can be so valuable in guiding your child through the routines you establish each day. This episode is part one of two episodes on the topic of rituals and rhythms. T…
 
Grandfather had a beautiful garden where he grew lots of vegetables and flowers. He loved working in his garden. One day a big storm came and knocked down the flowers in the garden beds and even blew leaves off the trees. Grandfather had to find the courage to tidy up his garden and make it beautiful again. Ages 3 - 6 About the author Jill Tina Tap…
 
A NOTE FROM JASON: Hi Again- In this second half of our first couple clinical interview we finish up the interview with Bart and Susan. On the surface, their challenge in moving their relationship forward is about money, time and work, however, as we get into the session we find that the question of managing feelings of inadequacy is really where t…
 
From the book, Thirty Sunsets and A Moon, a collaborative project by Ashley J. May & Jessica Lewis Stevens Here is a tale about a flock of birds that embark on a soul moving journey. An adaptation of Farid al Din Attar’s “The Conference of the Birds”, deeply inspired by the wisdom of my motherline and two little boys who believe they can fly. I tel…
 
Welcome back to Let's Nurture, the Podcast This week we help you build an intuitive understanding of what the internet actually is, and explain why Lewis Carol is still surprisingly relevant to modern tech companies. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel free to reach out-the host can be reached via email at liam@letsnurture.ca…
 
In this episode, guest Meagan Rose Wilson and I discuss the physiological impacts of screen time and how to implement a gentler approach with your children. Meagan highlights the importance of not vilifying media and helping children understand when it’s appropriate to use it as a tool in life. We cover all this and more in today’s exploration of q…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Let's Nurture, the podcast. Today we talk about what we're doing here, the Internet of Things, and a new way to monitor soil by leveraging the internet of things. If you'd like to contact the show, or the company, do feel free to reach out-the host can be reached via email at liam@letsnurture.ca Our intro music is 'B…
 
Bella Butterfly is about a lovely brown butterfly who survives a terrible storm. One day Bella Butterfly was gathering sweet nectar in an acorn cup for her friend Benjamin Beetles birthday. Suddenly a storm came and blew hard on Bella's brown velvet wings.Toby the tulip called to her and she flew into his petals to rest her tattered and torn wings.…
 
Anna speaks with perinatal therapist and coach, Sophie Burch AKA The Mamma Coach, in this very honest conversation about motherhood. From going through difficulties with her own fertility, to challenging pregnancies and birth experiences. Sophie went from being a party-loving career woman working in film (who believed she couldn’t have children) to…
 
The importance of play for the healthy development of a child cannot be overstated.⠀Research shows that play is essential for physical and emotional health,⠀promoting relationship-building skills, stimulation of the imagination,⠀and the overall wellbeing of a developing child. In this episode, we cover the different types of play and their benefits…
 
Bluebell was written to encourage children to be strong. One spring day, Lady Spring asked a little fairy named Celeste to help her wake up the woodland flower seeds and bulbs. Celeste was honored. One little seed named Bluebell didn’t want to wake up so Celeste coaxed it by describing the beauty and wonder of the woods. Author - Mary Natale Mary h…
 
Today we have our special guests Tabitha & Brad Fennell, they are experts in the coaching couples through the journey of loving relationships. We are discussing the bumps, up’s and downs in the journey during pregnancy and birth, how the relationship changes and how to navigate this time together. We are often guilty of not looking at our love rela…
 
A NOTE FROM JASON: Hello Again- In this first half of our first couple clinical interview we meet Bart and Susan. On the surface, their challenge in moving forward in their relation is about money, time and work, however, as we get into the session we find that the question of managing feelings of inadequacy is really where the help is needed. ABOU…
 
Whether it’s nap time in the afternoon or bedtime at night, getting your child to sleep at any age can be a challenge. Today, we continue in our series of conversations that focus on the foundation of a Waldorf-inspired home life with Meagan Rose Wilson . Listen to learn about the importance of establishing a rhythm or routine with your children, e…
 
Susie loved collecting little treasures all summer long. Everywhere she went she found lovely treasures to collect and bring home. One thing kept happening and that was she sometimes would loose a treasure and this made her very sad. One day Susie’s mama came up with a wonderful plan to keep all her treasures safe. Ages 2.5 to 7 About the author Rh…
 
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