The PEOPLE, PODCASTS, BOOKS, MEDIA I RELY ON TO STAY SANE
My Favorite Murder
Hosted by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Harstark, a true crime comedy podcast. With full-length episodes and "mini-sodes" Harstark and Kilgagariff cover not just murder but safe guarding our precious mental health. They have forged a trusting community of international Murderinos. (photo, the Guardian)
Having come from a fundamentalist background, Rob Bell has been one of the more important influences in my evolving perspectives. Listen as he explores the shift from constricted to a joyous, full-bodied faith, with a deep commitment to growth and revelation. Sunshine on a rainy day, Rob Bell is a surfer, speaker, playwright and author .
In 2004 my local NPR station featured Speaking of Faith, a show about faith, religion and meaning. Renamed On Being in 2014 Krista Tippett speaks to theologians, poets, from musicians to politicians .'"Ms. Tippett avoids easy answers, embracing complexity and inviting people of every background to join her conversation about faith, ethics, and moral wisdom.” '
(*Upswell, Image Chris Daniels.)
Codeswitch hosted by Gene Demby and Shereen Marisol Meraji "It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for!" Hosted by journalists of color, (their) podcast tackles the subject of race head-on."
Yoga with Adriene
Adrien's website links to over a hundred FREE sessions with the karmic option to pay for her services.
From foundational poses and breathing, Adrien offers simple instructions, from gentle postures to the more advanced. Perfect for beginners and regular practioners.
(Austin Chronicle/PhotoTodd V. Wolfson)
Author, speaker, Podcaster
When you hear the words vulnerability and shame, money says Brene Brown is not far behind. “You either walk inside your story and own it or you stand outside your story and hustle for your worthiness.” A compassionate voice in the wilderness of our wandering. Check into her podcast, Unlocking Us. (Photo Todd V. Wolfson)
“Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham are working it out." New York Times Culture writers bring fresh insights, humour and deep cuts to current events and entertainment.
Reveal hosted by Al Letson, creator of State of the RE(union), and co-produced with PRX. Learn how to change your world. "Our investigative reporting consistently contributes to real-world impact, from civil and criminal investigations to new laws and policies, better-informed conversations and community-driven solutions. "