Lifeslice

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Going back to Africa! This time to Ghana's Greater Accra Region to speak with Nana about kente, anansi, banku and more!Please note, the episode release schedule is now as soon as I can record, edit and upload instead of making you wait. Thank you for your continued support and for sharing the show with your friends (that is, if you like it.)Show Notes | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramKudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art and Axton Crolley for the music.See you next slice!
After a long C-word hiatus, we are back. We recorded this episode just as things were getting crazy and I am just now able to release it to you.Lili has awesome well-thought-out ideas on Mexico and its culture to share with us.Sorry for mouse click sounds. Not sorry for happy background bird sounds.Show Notes | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramKudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art and Axton Crolley for the music.See you next slice
Daniel talks about tech support, Dracula, and his first brushes with fire as we go to Romania. It's a crazy beautiful country and I've added tonnes of pics to the show notes page.Welcome to the 2nd season of Lifeslice. If you like the show; I mean, really, really like it, please leave a review on Podchaser or anywhere else.And tell your friends.Show Notes  | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramKudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art and Axton Crolley for the music.See you next slice!
Ever wondered what a med student from Cochabamba does in her daily life? I did, so I reached out to Mariana and she spilled the frijoles on her culture, foods and some Quechua words.Welcome to the 2nd season of Lifeslice. If you like the show; I mean, really, really like it, please leave a review on Podchaser or anywhere else.Show Notes  | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramKudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art and Axton Crolley for the music.See you next slice!
You will love this conversation with Shon from Nairobi, Kenya. She breaks down her hectic schedule as a broadcaster and how she deals with difficult people.This is the last episode of Season 1 and I am rushing to bring you the next batch. Thank you in advance for sharing this show with your friends and on social media.Show Notes  | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramKudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art and Axton Crolley for the music.Thanks for listening!
Aislinn from south China gives us the lowdown on Chinese culture and habits. As usual, we spend a lot of time on food and fun things to do.Show Notes  | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramIf you would like to hear more like this conversation, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art and Axton Crolley for the music.Thanks for listening!
A Lifeslice first! There are 2 interviewees at the same time; I spoke with Nafissa and her sister Nanaissa about their home country of Mali. Unsurprisingly, we hit again on the idea of a global community as they described how Mali has adopted and then adjusted customs from other countries. Completing the circle, we saw how other places have taken Malian art and wove it into their own customs and appreciations. Show Notes  | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramUPDATE: The show is now biweekly so that I can keep up with the amount of work to prepare these episodes. I am humbly grateful for your understanding. If you would like to hear more like this conversation, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art. Thanks for listening!
Mimi fills me in on culture, food and some expressions from the archipelago Republic of the Philippines. Mad props to her for suffering without her fan on so we could hear her clearly. She mentioned that, in addition to the damage done by the recent hurricanes, the Taal volcanic eruptions have also caused many issues,.Show Notes  | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramIf you would like to hear more like this conversation, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art. Thanks for listening!
Yohance was extremely gracious in his sharing and, like a good teacher, eager to break Trinidadian customs, history and viewpoints down for an outsider. Please note, Yohance was still at his school when recording this, so you will hear school-sounds in the background, including what I can only describe as someone kicking a steel drum.Show Notes | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramIf you would like to hear more like this conversation, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art. Thanks for listening!
Vergard is the last European of this season and informs me on some unique Nordic attitudes and foods. He tells me where polars bears aren't so we can camp for free in the countryside around Oslo.Go to the website for full show notes with pictures, recipes and links to things we talked about. You can social medias (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram) for updates and to offer questions for upcoming shows.If you would like to hear more like this conversation, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art. Thanks for listening!
Zohier super-happily tells us about university in Algeria, how one line saved him from hours of extra homework and his favorite dishes and places.The website has full show notes and follow on social medias (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram) for updates and to offer questions for upcoming shows.If you like the show, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art. Thanks for listening!
2020 plugs on but Lifeslice takes us to Serbia. Miloš is a student at Belgrade University and he gives us his perspective on Serbian food, sports, and his school routine.The website has full show notes and follow on social medias (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram) for updates and to offer questions for upcoming shows.If you like the show, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art. Thanks for listening!
Welcome back!! Chile has a lot going on right now and we touch on the social unrest and the past dictator Pinochet as Constanza talks about being a new mom and her daily routine. The idioms are hilarious and 2 of them about buts. Enjoy!The website has full show notes and follow on social medias (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram) for updates and to offer questions for upcoming shows.If you like the show, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art. Thanks for listening!
I'm glad you're here! We are going to Slovenia and will come back with loads of amazing ideas. How do many Slovenians think of the past under Dictator Tito? Why don't you want to whistle to the crabs? Go to my website for full show notes and follow on social medias (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram) for updates and to offer questions for upcoming shows.If you like the show, please leave a review and tell a friend.Kudos to machinespirit for the awesome cover art. Thanks for listening!
Things have been moving fast at Lifeslice and I'm excited to share with all the amazing conversations I've had with unique people from all over, including Trinidad and Tobago, Algeria and Chile. Go to lifeslicepodcast.com for updates and show notes or to follow on the socials.Have a slice!Thanks to machinespirit for the artwork.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Micheal Tao
Podcast Status
Finished
Started
Dec 2nd, 2019
Latest Episode
Aug 15th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
15
Avg. Episode Length
25 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic

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