Recent Listens (May 6-May 21)

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A list of notable podcast episodes I've listened to in the last 2 weeks.
  1. As the lazy genius, Kendra Adachi teaches people how to be a genius about the things that matter, and lazy about the things that don’t. Join us in this episode to hear how she listens to her intuition when it comes to creative projects, the seasonal rhythms she uses to get things done, and the creative process that led her to leave perfectionism behind as she wrote her book.Resources mentioned in this episodePreorder Kendra’s book, The Lazy Genius Way: Embrace What Matters, Ditch What Doesn’t, and Get Stuff Done. Find Kendra on the Lazy Genius Podcast and the Lazy Genius Collective! Sign up for Kendra’s monthly newsletter, The Lazy Letter, for some of the best book/movie/TV show recommendations on the internet, plus smart reflections on living life the lazy genius way. Change Your Life Chicken Recipe (Guys, it really will change your life.)  Check out our first episode with Kendra back from 2016! On Valuing Yourself Enough to Create with Kendra Adachi Mini book clubA Discovery of Witches by Deborah HarknessThe Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil GaimanIn the Woods by Tana FrenchThe Likeness by Tana FrenchStill Life by Louise PennyBurnout: The Secret to Solving the Stress Cycle by Emily NagoskiDeep Work by Cal NewportDigital Minimalism by Cal NewportHere's where you can find KendraWebsite: thelazygeniuscollective.comPodcast: The Lazy Genius PodcastInstagram: @thelazygeniusHere's where you can find AbbigailWebsite: inkwellsandimages.comInstagram: @abbigailekriebsTwitter: @abbigailekriebsPinterest: @abbigailekriebsFacebook: @inkwellsandimagesHere's where you can find AshleyWebsite: brookseditorial.comPersonal blog: ashleybrookswrites.comInstagram: @ashleybrookswritesTwitter: @brookseditorial
  2. A boy in New York sees a girl across the way and wants to meet her. But first, the boy has to find a way to connect. With everyone sheltering-in-place, it will require a lot of ingenuity.Jeremy Cohen’s TikTok and InstagramSports Commentator Nick HeathTell us what’s making you smile! Send a voice memo to Our theme song is “Smile” by Ryan Innes---Support us by supporting our sponsors!Vizzy — Try all four flavors
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  3. Host Jason Cavanagh introduces us to the hitman Charles Harrelson, father of actor Woody Harrelson. Through conversations with Charles’ son Brett, prosecutor Ray Jahn, and criminal defense attorney Danny Sheehan, we begin to learn about the three murders Charles Harrelson was charged with, including the assassination of a federal judge. Listen to episode 2 and future episodes only on Spotify.
  4. Cindy is a mother of three who was using opioids during each of her pregnancies. She knew it wasn’t healthy for the babies, but she didn’t know how to safely stop. Fearing the doctors would notify authorities, Cindy was afraid to ask for help. Then one day, she made a call to a hotline. This led her to a doctor who gave her the support she needed, and now Cindy is in recovery and wants to share her story. Nzinga goes over some of the options available to pregnant women who are using and gives Cindy a call to check-in. She also shares a bit about how the pandemic has impacted recovery options--both the good and the bad.If you want to follow along with a transcript, you can find one shortly after the air date at are some other things you should definitely check out:This week from MSNBC’s podcast Into America, we hear about the ways the government has failed to track coronavirus in nursing homes that house vulnerable populations. Investigative reporter Susie Kim has tracked the numbers herself, and she breaks them down for us.Support In Recovery. Get bonus content, discounts on swag, and more for as little as $5 a month! Go to and become a member. Here are some resources Nzinga mentioned in this week’s episode: Dona International is an international group of doula’s. On their website, you can search by zip code to see if there is a doula in your area.  
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  5. We're heading to Maine on the Gossip Train! We're stopping at the Charles Inn for a ghost made breakfast. Then we'll tour the basement where Stephen King lives, butchering the name of the town while we do it. Enjoy calming episodes of Antiques Roadshow as we pull into our final stop: the future burial sites of Alex & Christine in Kaneohe, Hawaii. So hop on and let our conductor, Gearshift Gambino, take you on another exploration of awful reviews and the people who write them. Subscribe to our Youtube channel to see our latest video: A Haunting in Bavaria: Support us on Patreon at to join our monthly patron only live stream!  Buy our merch! Logo by Courtney DeKorte. Theme by Mavus White. Music by PSOVOD, tyops, Chopin, Jerry Leiber, and Mike Stoller. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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  6. The origin of ulcers. The rise and fall of a medical recommendation. Certainty and science. Patient Zero is sponsored by Ben’s. Click here to learn more or go to

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