Podcasts

Robyn Whitmore brings the human face to the “working Homeless”

Robyn Whitmore is a filmmaker and author who is currently a member of the "working Homeless". As odd as this sounds, it is a growing population. Robyn lives in Atlanta, but we can see the same situation all around us in the Puget Sound area, and across the country. In her book "Your Battle Scars…

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Jasmine Jean & Matthew helping sick children, “SnuggleBuds”

Jasmine Jean is a childhood cancer survivor, and Matthew is her life and business partner. Together they have created "SnuggleBuds". Based on her feelings to escape treatment as a child, Jasmine dreamed of the SnuggleBuds. This 'doll', a bud, that looks as similar as possible to the child--which includes have a spot for a catheter,…

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Spotlighting National Spay and Neuter Awareness Month

This week we hear from Heather Lee on the topic of Spay and Neuter Awareness month. Heather is an animal advocate and has her “Wet Nose Wednesday” feature on WARM 106.9. Heather talks about the benefits of spay and neutering animals, this time of year before spring hits and they get twitter-pated. She gives statistics…

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Spotlighting beerole.com

This week we hear from Igor Casapooh who is the founder of beerole.com where they are hoping to donate 2000 bees in 2020. We have heard the news that our bee population is dwindling and this is how you can help locally and globally. Bees play an important role in our daily lives. Not many…

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Enough About You Without Your Story

What did you decide when you were a kid? How has it affected your life? Sometimes you can come from the best family but still make a decision that you don't matter or you aren't important. Until you veiw that decision with the eyes of your adult self it may be the reason you aren't…

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Helene Berger, author, A story of living life well. ‘Choosing Joy…’

Helene Berger is the author of "Choosing Joy: Alzheimer's, A Book of Hope". Helene wrote the book after collecting many notes she made during her husband's illness with Alzheimer's. And her book and insights have much relevance beyond this disease, and it really can help us live a good and connected life each day, everyday.…

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Toby Nelson, Be aCOUNTable! Let’s each do our part for Census 2020.

Toby Nelson works with the US Census Bureau and is well infomred about the 2020 Census. It's easier to respond, than ever before. There's always the mail, but also an 800 number, and an online option. Toby provides a good perspective about the need to respond. The population statistics do affect the makeup of Congress.…

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Spotlighting February American Heart Month

This week we hear from Monique and Dr. Susie Woo Ambassadors for the American Heart Association. February is Heart Health Awareness month. It's all about life style and with taking this month to focus on it, we can begin, or continue good healthy steps. Dr. Susie Woo is a cardiologist with Virginia Mason, and along…

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Valentines or Galentines?

We dive into everything from Valentines stuff to the things that give AJ the most rage. Anna D gives us her opinion of Frozen The Musical and Life Coach Laurie tells us a hilarious "kids say the darndest things" moment and of course she'll give us her Life Tip of the We

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