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In today's episode of LISW, we talked about gratitude and why you should always count your blessings. I recently lost someone who played a big part in my decision to move to the UK, his death made me reflect on my journey and what my experience has been so far.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
I'm optimistic and looking forward to the forward so I wanted to share this positive energy with you guys. Hope life is treating you well, if not may you find the strength to keep ongoing.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
In today's episode, I talked about what my typical day is like. I'm still working from home and there isn't much going on.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
My babies are growing up, my oldest at 9 years old is already showing signs of puberty.At her age, I was a tomboy who only had an interest in anime, manga, video games and football. So when and how do you talk to your kids about sex?!Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
The lockdown is slowly being lifted here in the UK.Life as we knew it will soon resume but what does normal mean in a post lockdown UK?Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
I made it to the first stage interview for a position  I recently applied. I think I did quite well but I can't help feel that I ruin my chances of getting the job.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
In today's episode of Life In Simple Words, I talked about men who try to take advantage of women. I met this guy once for a date and a few days later, he wanted to move in with me.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
In today's episode, we talked about dreams. Are they really just suppressed wishes as some suggest? Is there more to a dream than we tend to think?Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meBuzzsproutA Scheduled LifestyleSnapchatLinkedinPinterestTumblr 
  In a candid and revealing interview, the legendary Hope Solo sheds some shocking light on the culture and business of being a female professional athlete. In this episode, Brant takes a look at the glaring disparities between male and female athletics and discovers some surprising facts and dynamics you may not have thought about. The WNBA’s first president and one of the most influential figures in women’s sports Val Ackerman helps outline the opportunities and realities facing young girls growing up today in athletics. Raising sons and a daughter in the athletic world today, Brant sees first-hand the lack of professional opportunities out there for women after college. For a young man, a professional career and multi-million dollar options are limited only by their ability. For a young women, a professional career and multi-million dollar options are limited completely by their opportunity… and their sex appeal. Is this fair? Is that right? What in our culture drives this and is it changing? Is it just the level of play or the competitive nature of men? In this can’t miss episode, you may be just as surprised at the answers as Brant and Trisha. GUESTS: Hope Solo: Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and World Champion Goalkeeper Val Ackerman: Commissioner of the Big East Conference and first President of the WNBA   Running Time: 1:10:12   HIGHLIGHTS: 1:06 – Why is there so little opportunity for women professionally in sports? 8:40 – Guest: Val Ackerman 26:30 – Guest: Hope Solo 1:01:20 – Why I’m Not… What did we learn?   Available on iTunes: www.whyimnot.com/itunes Available on Android: http://subscribeonandroid.com/www.whyimnot.com/feed/podcast/ Available on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/brant-pinvidic/why-im-not-with-brant-pinvidic   FOLLOW US: Website: www.whyimnot.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whyimnotofficial/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/whyimnot1   HOSTS: Brant Pinvidic – facebook/twitter/instagram @brantpinvidic Trisha Hershberger – facebook/twitter/instagram @thatgrltrish EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Garret Grecco Josh Klein Associate Producer: Molly Quinlan ABOUT WHY I’M NOT… “Why I’m Not…” hosted by documentary filmmaker and veteran television producer Brant Pinvidic is a light-hearted podcast in which Brant explores topics that he doesn’t fully understand by interviewing the people who do. In each episode, Brant explores one of the latest topics, fads, trends or addictions from all sides, and tries to remind you… before you judge it, try to understand it.
 EPISODE:7   Today's guest is Sev Tok and has had contact since childhood starting at age 10 with a galactic being, which visited often to check up on her. Contact with the Grey's numerous times including them showing her a baby in a tube and contact in Roswell, nm where they gave Sev more info about the hybridization program.  The Grey's burned 2 red x marks on her back in Sept 2017 which changed Sev's life and made her “come out.” the most recent encounter was on march 22 2019 which was a shared experience with a friend who lives in Florida. they both saw the same beings, white dogs and white beings.  LINKS TO SEV TOK: TWITTER:   https://twitter.com/planetsev  WEBSITE: http://planetsev.com/BOOK: YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO TALK TO ALIENS https://www.amazon.com/You-Have-Right-Talk-Aliens/dp/1723575682ALIEN SPIRIT TV https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVQY7iw0H33NeGEavYMssEANEW FREE FORUM FOR EXPERIENCERS: http://planetsev.com/tell-me-your-et-story/Want to share your encounter on the show? Email: UFOChronicles@gmail.comPodcast Merchandise:https://myconspiracytees.com/collections/ufochroniclespodcast Help Support UFO CHRONICLES by becoming a Patron:https://patreon.com/UFOChroniclespodcastTwitter: @UFOChroniclesukThank you for listening!Please leave a review if you enjoy the show, and everyone that leaves a five-star rating and review on iTunes will get a shout out on the following show.Like share and subscribe it really helps me when people share the show on social media, it means we can reach more people and more witnesses and without your amazing support, it wouldn't be possible.
Seyed Ali Alavi is a Teaching Fellow at SOAS, University of London. He holds a PhD in International Studies. He completed his master's degree in Middle East Politics and his undergraduate studies in International Politics of Europe and America in London.
Dr. Yohai Hakak is a senior lecturer in social work with practice experience in mental health and a previous career as a journalist.
Dr. Yohai Hakak is a senior lecturer in social work with practice experience in mental health and a previous career as a journalist.
Last week, I received news that I made it to the first stage for a position I applied for a couple of weeks ago. Interviews are being held through the phone and video since we went into lockdown, the first stage of the interview was over the phone. I think I did quite well but I also can't help feel that I ruin my chances of getting the job.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
Ray Kiely is a Professor of politics at Queen Mary University London. He has authored a number of books, including The Neoliberal Paradox (2018).In this episode of The Know Show we spoke to Ray about neoliberalism, the commercialisation of sport, wokeness, Jeremy Corbyn and much more. The know show is podcast that aims to make sense of the world, one guest at a time.Hosted by celebrity tutor Hussain, we break down mind boggling research and challenge authors on their work and what it means to everyday life.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IG: https: https://instagram.com/theknowshowpod Facebook: https://Facebook.com/theknowshowpodcast Twitter: https://Twitter.com/theknowshowpod -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-know-show/id1491931350 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1K08ujaIZ7tl1H3URZfFRe Google: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLnNvdW5kY2xvdWQuY29tL3VzZXJzL3NvdW5kY2xvdWQ6dXNlcnM6NzUwNTQyMTc2L3NvdW5kcy5yc3MStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=491878 Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-know-show-984176 
Dr Craig Prescott is Senior Lecturer in Law in the Department of Law. He joined the University in 2015, having previously been a Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London and the University of Manchester. He is also the Director of the University's Centre for Parliament and Public Law (CPPL).
I've come to realise that I'm no longer the fearless and adventurous woman I was when I left everything behind to move to the UK. I'm thinking of starting a new journey but where to next?!Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
I'm back to work after a week off and so much happened while I was gone. It might take another week or two before I can catch up to my colleagues.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
In today's episode of Life In Simple Words, we talked about failed job applications.It's an awful feeling that makes you doubt yourself sometimes.However, it's also necessary in order to grow and become a better applicant. I was recently asked to reapply with a company I failed twice, honestly, I didn't think it was possible to get another chance with them.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meA Scheduled LifestyleSnapchatLinkedinPinterestTumblr 
The restrictions have been eased in the UK, life is slowly going back to normal which means that workplaces will soon reopen.I'm looking forward to going back to work for what might seem to some, the wrong reasons.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meBuzzsproutA Scheduled LifestyleSnapchatLinkedinPinterestTumblr 
In today's episode, we looked back and talked about the lockdown has changed my life.I didn't have a clear idea of what I wanted and where I wanted to be a few months ago.There were just too many uncertainties to consider the future but things got better and overall the lockdown has had a positive impact on me.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
Jeffrey DeMarco is a senior fellow with the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies at Middlesex University and a lecturer in the psychology department.
 How do you feel about sending your kids back to school?I'll be honest and say that it isn't safe for the kids to go back yet although as a working parent I can't go back to work as long as they stay at home.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meSnapchatLinkedin
I had my first probation review on Friday, I was pretty nervous although I'm confident that I've been a good job.My manager told me what they thought of my performance and their expectations.Don't forget to subscribe, share and review if you enjoy the show.You can also connect with meA Scheduled LifestyleSnapchatLinkedinPinterestTumblr 
Jeffrey DeMarco is a senior fellow with the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies at Middlesex University and a lecturer in the psychology department.

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