UTR: Belief Hole Podcast

  My husband enjoys listening to podcasts as he’s falling asleep. Having them on a timer means I hear whatever he’s listening to, as well.  So when my brother-in-law recommended Belief Hole

Mixing Up Midlife

Friendships that span 30 years are rarer than they are common, these days.  Terri and Melissa are blessed to have been friends since high school, despite living in different cities and having

New England Legends

Jeff Belanger lives a life of adventure. Not only has he has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and Machu Picchu, but his professional life revolves around ghosts and legends.  He had his first personal

UTR: Homesteady

  Ever been curious about “Why Training a NEW MILK COW Is AWFUL at First…” or how to raise pigs for less, or how to escape the city and start a farm?

The Domestic Violence Discussion

Volunteering as a hotline advocate is important—and heart-wrenching—work. Every day, advocates listen to callers and share resources with survivors, allies, and family members.  As a volunteer for a domestic violence hotline, Ariel

UTR: Irish History Podcast

  Having traveled to Ireland several times and harboring a fantasy of studying the Book of Kells & Gaelic at Trinity College in Dublin, I was delighted to find a podcast about

Tuckered Out With Ami Thakkar

Ami Thakkar’s journey to podcasting was one of finding her true North—her purpose in life. Ami’s parents immigrated from Bombay to the U.S. in the 1960s making Ami first generation. She grew

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