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Research tells us that as we age, we get happier—but how can this be true when getting older often means losing the people and things that we love? Today, we return for part 2 of A Better Age, where people in their 70's, 80's, and 90's give us hope for what's ahead. This episode is dedicated in loving memory of Isaac Yunhu Lee, who made this world …
 
Research shows that happiness bottoms out in our 40’s—but as we get older, we actually get happier through the decades. This week in a special 2-part episode, we’re testing out the happiness curve in real life, with people who are contending with aging in the decades ahead of us: the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. Complete show notes at www.shel…
 
Last spring, we explored why people actually get happier as they get older despite everything our culture tells us to the contrary. We’re delighted to return to those conversations that made us think differently about the ages we are now, and made us more hopeful about where we’re headed. The best way you can help us grow is completely free and tak…
 
Why is it that the people we love the most can sometimes make us feel loved the least? Through awkward gifts, family history, and generational patterns, we consider why love sometimes gets lost in translation. Our love language at Shelter in Place is words of affirmation through reviews on Podchaser, Goodpods, or Apple Podcasts. We’d love to hear f…
 
How do we move from languishing to flourishing even when things are not okay? Languishing has become a buzzword of 2021, a name for the “blah” feeling that has cast a gray light over so much of life. But as the months wear on and the term “post-pandemic” becomes increasingly irrelevant, perhaps we need a term—or a whole vocabulary—to capture the co…
 
What would life look like if we oriented our week not around work—but rest? In a world where the pace of life never seems to slow, we need rhythms of rest now more than ever. In this episode, we explore our personal and societal need for rest, restoration, and delight—and how the light of Sabbath rest might be the missing ingredient we’ve all been …
 
What have you lost in the pandemic? What have you found? We asked these questions to people from New York to New Mexico. What they told us has given us a roadmap for finding our way home. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB @PodcastShelter on Twitter A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a…
 
What have you lost in the pandemic? What have you found? We asked these questions to people from New York to New Mexico. What we found has given us a roadmap for finding our way home. www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB @PodcastShelter on Twitter A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commerci…
 
Why create? This is the question we ask every time we make an episode, and the first one we post to the trainees in our podcast training program. It’s also one of the questions driving season 3 of Shelter in Place, which launches next week. We’re exploring how to embrace life with all of its flaws and fragments, and find our way toward creative, pu…
 
How can we feel at home even when our world feels out of control? Whether we’re talking about our planet or our place of residence, all of us long for joy, rest, beauty, and belonging—but finding our way there isn’t always simple or easy. Season 3 of Shelter in Place is all about that journey. We’re exploring how to be human in a way that feels exp…
 
As we count down the days to season 3, we’re sharing some good news for what’s ahead. This one is dedicated to the 11 graduates of our podcast training program, who were the very best part of our pandemic Odyssey. You can hear “An Affront to Zeus” and find complete show notes (including episode transcripts!) on our website, www.shelterinplacepodcas…
 
Sometimes the path to Zen isn’t what you think it is. Find show notes, transcripts, and our episode starter pack at shelterinplacepodcast.org. Follow us @shelterinplacepodcast on IG or @PodcastShelter on Twitter.โดย Laura Joyce Davis
 
After 11 months of our pandemic Odyssey, we’re finally home. Complete show notes and transcript at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on Hu…
 
In the final week of this year-long pandemic Odyssey before Laura and her family return home, we're sharing some of the episodes that were most significant during season 2. Today's episode is a special conversation from another podcast, The Pod Broads, where host and writer Alexandra Cohl and Laura talk about writing, home, the origins of season 2'…
 
For the month of July, Shelter in Place is spotlighting graduates from our Springboard training program. Today Clara Smith talks about cyclist road rage and gives us a vision for safer, better streets. Apply for Springboard and hear what our graduates have to say at https://www.shelterinplacepodcast.info/springboard. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hur…
 
For the month of July, Shelter in Place is spotlighting graduates from our Springboard training program. Today Eve Bishop and Sarah Chavez help us stare down our death fears and plan the great big party we're sorry we'll miss. Apply for Springboard and hear what our graduates have to say at https://www.shelterinplacepodcast.info/springboard. A Hurr…
 
For the month of July, Shelter in Place is spotlighting graduates from our Springboard training program. Today Melissa Lent shares her story of finding a lost name that gave her a new direction and definition of what it means to be American. Apply for our fall cohort at www.shelterinplacepodcast.info/about. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media…
 
This month, we're sharing testimonials from our Springboard Training Program graduates, along with some of the episodes they worked on. Today's story features Sarah Edgell on overrated romance and the relationships that matter most. Apply for our fall cohort at www.shelterinplacepodcast.info/about. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a dig…
 
This month, as we count down to the July 31st application deadline for our Podcast Springboard Program, we're sharing testimonials from our graduates, along with some of the episodes they worked on. Today's story features graduate Sarai Waters, who shares her story of being homeless. Apply for our fall cohort at www.shelterinplacepodcast.info/about…
 
While Shelter in Place is on the road, we’re releasing some of our favorite conversations, including some you’ve never heard before. Today’s episode was first released in March on the podcast Lane Change with Alina Serebryany (landchangepod.com). Laura pulls back the curtain on the early days of Shelter in Place, shares where the podcast is headed …
 
While Laura and her family are slowly traveling back to Oakland, we're releasing episodes from our archives (with some new additions). This week, to celebrate Congress voting to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, we're sharing our season 1 episode featuring award-winning poet Roxane Beth Johnson, who gives us words for the complicated emotions that…
 
After facing endless roadblocks as a Black singer in Nashville in the early 2000s, Miko Marks gave up on country music. But then a fellow musician approached her with a song that changed her life. This past March, Miko released "Our Country," her first in 13 years, and she's got a whole new vision for what this country can be. Show notes: Buy "Our …
 
This week, after 8 months of the Pandemic Odyssey that has taken Laura and her family from one coast to the other, they’re finally making their way back home. Today, we revisit one of the very first conversations Laura had after she arrived in Massachusetts, with author, musician, and curator Justin McRoberts, who interviewed Laura for his own podc…
 
Who keeps us safe when the world shuts down? On cyclist road rage, community, and how mutual aid makes us better. Show notes: Opinion | I’ve Seen a Future Without Cars, and It’s Amazing Greenpoint Open Streets War Escalates As Saboteur Tosses Barricades Into Newtown Creek NYC DOT - Open Streets NYC 25x25 NYC's Streets Got Deadlier In 2020 A Hurrdat…
 
How can breaking bread--or injera--together make a place home? Last year was the year of the sourdough starter. Today we reflect on how food gives us comfort and community when we need it most. Show notes: Michelle Zauner’s 2018 New Yorker essay, Crying in H Mart Serious Eats Sourdough Starter, by Tim Chin The Noma Guide to Fermentation, by René Re…
 
In the face of physical decline, how is “acceptance” not just “resignation” dressed up in zen clothing? After an injury forced him to step back from the sports that helped him feel young, Nate Davis started to reckon with his own aging--and explore how other people feel about their age. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. A Hurrdat M…
 
What if life’s biggest tragedy could also be life’s greatest blessing? When lifelong ski patrol and EMT instructor Posie Mansfield lost her leg a month after she lost her husband, it seemed like everything she loved had been taken away from her. A decade later, she tells us why that loss is the greatest gift of her life. A Hurrdat Media Production.…
 
Is there such a thing as a good death? In this episode we reflect on some of our own experiences of death, and get some fresh perspective from Sarah Chavez, executive director at the Order of the Good Death and a leader in the death positivity movement. She pulls back the shroud on the modern funeral industry, points out how social issues can also …
 
When we face mental health struggles, who will help us find our way out? Laura and Shelter in Place apprentice Winnie Shi talk about depression, the secrets they’ve kept hidden, and how they found light in the darkest of times. Full show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info This podcast is sponsored by Better Help. Go to BetterHelp.com/Shelter or us…
 
What does civic engagement look like when you can't get together? This week we're sharing a recent conversation Laura had with activist and fellow podcast host Mila Atmos. They discuss how creating podcasts in a pandemic has shaped them, why they feel compelled to grapple with today's tough issues, and why they still hold on to hope. Hear more at f…
 
How do we get the right information without falling down the rabbit hole of misinformation? In our final installment of series on vaccine hesitancy, we look at misinformation—why it happens, who we can trust, and how we can avoid being duped ourselves. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share this episode: https://refer.fm/shelter A…
 
We have some big news today. It's time for a change. Here's why. Get updates on this HUGE news today only at shelterinplacepodcast.info and on Instagram and Facebook @shelterinplacepodcast and @laurajoycedavison Twitter. As always, you can become an ambassador for our show by sharing at refer.fm/shelter! A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is…
 
What's in a name? We reflect on some timely questions: where do I belong? And what does it mean to be American? Melissa shares snapshots from her multi-cultural upbringing, and how recently learning her Chinese name helped her begin to reclaim a piece of her hyphenated identity." Trigger warning: anti-Asian hate crimes and gender violence. Full sho…
 
How can we make space for concerns about the vaccine and grapple with a difficult history? Dr. Joyce Sanchez says that the most important thing she can do when addressing vaccine hesitancy is to shut up and listen. Trigger warning: mentions of non-consensual clinical trials and experimentation. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Sha…
 
What story will we tell when we look back on this pandemic year? On the one-year anniversary of Shelter in Place, we reflect on what we’ve learned, what’s ahead, and what two magical infants can teach us about going back to “normal.” Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share this episode: refer.fm/shelter…
 
Have we lost ability to be hospitable to those who need it most? Sarai Waters talks about being among the invisible homeless, and calls us back to time when it was unthinkable to turn away a stranger in need. Show notes: Bay Area Council Economic Institute’s report “Bay Area Homelessness: A Regional View of a Regional Crisis” Vox's in-depth look th…
 
COVID-19 cases are dropping as more and more people get vaccinated. But not everyone is comfortable with the path to safety that we’re on. This week, in the first installment of our three-part series on vaccine hesitancy, we are joined by Dr. Joyce Sanchez, an infectious disease specialist at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Garnet Henderson, a…
 
How can we continue to love each other - even in the midst of irreconcilable differences? In this episode, Justin McRoberts shares his experience with the Evangelical church and the LGBTQ+ community, and how art and faith together have helped him navigate difficult seasons of life. If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, there…
 
What if you could develop authentic social connections? Sometimes it's the little things that go a long way. You can learn more about Nicholas Eply's work here and watch his excellent videos on the surprising power of social connections here. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share this episode: refer.fm/shelter…
 
What if when it comes to love, we got it wrong? Read Rhaina Cohen's essay "What if Friendship, Not Marriage, Was at the Center of Life?" here. Find Timothy and Kathy Keller's book The Meaning of Marriage here. Read Alain de Botton's essay "How Romanticism Ruined Love" here. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share this episode: refe…
 
What if the thing you love is the thing that hurts you? You can learn more about Kristen Neff's research and work on self-compassion here, and listen to her interview with Dr. Laurie Santos on The Happiness Lab here. I highly recommend also checking out the subsequent episode, where Tara Brach tells you how you can use self-compassion in your daily…
 
How can we reevaluate our narratives with a racially-consicous lens? In my eye-opening conversation with bestselling author and historian Jemar Tisby, we discuss how to reevaluate our personal and historical narratives through a racially-conscious lens, the decoupling of Christianity from Americanism, and how people of faith can uplift marginalized…
 
What if what we learned in history classes was just one side of the story? Writing about the Tulsa Race Massacre changed Elaine Appleton Grant's understanding of what it means to be Black in America--and transformed her relationship with her son. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share this episode: refer.fm/shelter…
 
What makes a good party? A virtual party hosted by Shelter in Place to celebrate the long-awaited new year! It's an immersive audio experience, as Laura takes you around the Shelter in Place "house," exploring different themed rooms, and meeting interviewees and listeners along the way. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share this …
 
Are you ready to party? Next week, on our official launch date with Hurrdat Media, we're throwing you a virtual party! We want to remind you of just how much we appreciate you, and to celebrate the good thigns that have come out of this year. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share this episode: refer.fm/shelter…
 
When is the best time to say goodbye? We need to break up. We both saw this coming. We've done what we could. It's time to say goodbye. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share this episode: refer.fm/shelterโดย Laura Joyce Davis
 
What do you hear before it goes quiet? Lifelong love, memory and the things that stay with us. To usher you into the holidays, we're mixing it up this week with a little audio drama, a reading of a short story based on the Nebraska grandparents we heard about in episode 13, Unpacking Boxes. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.info. Share t…
 
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What is the most important stuff we have to go through isn't stuff at all? As we enter this holiday season and gear up for time with (or without) family, Laura takes us to an empty house in Nebraska, where the most important things she found weren't in the boxes she unpacked, but the legacy left behind. Complete show notes at shelterinplacepodcast.…
 
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