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Hosted by funny moms Margaret Ables and Amy Wilson, “What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood” is a comedy podcast about the never-ending "fresh hells" of parenting. We’re both moms of three, dealing with the same hassles as any parent, but with slightly differing styles. Margaret is laid-back to the max; Amy never met an expert or a list she didn't like. In each episode, we discuss a parenting issue from multiple perspectives and the accompanying expert advice that may or may not ...
 
FNP Media is a content company and production house that works to produce quality content for digital platforms. Given the fact that FNP has been a part of peoples’ lives from birth to marriage and even death, the journey of human emotion has been experienced from very close quarters, and it was but natural to translate that understanding on screen.FNP Media has two verticals, Live By FNP Media and Films By FNP Media The content in the form of short films, web series, storytelling etc. is ho ...
 
Join brothers Brandon and Nevin Werner on their crazy trip through time as they dive into some of the weirdest, funniest, and most unbelievable stories in history. Human history has too many stories to fit into just the Laughing Historically video show. Each podcast episode, Brandon and Nevin bring you two topics that they think need to be discussed right way. Looking for our video show? Check out new episodes at: youtube.com/laughinghistorically.
 
In comedy, there are at least a thousand ways to die on stage. Laughing Dead is a podcast where comedians talk candidly about their worst ever gigs. Hosted by comedian Sami Shah, who has survived his share of cranky hecklers and depressing corporate shows, the show celebrates all the things that make comics weep. Sami’s guests include some of Australia’s best working comedians and internationally-renowned acts, reliving the shows that made them question their life choices. It’s a podcast for ...
 
What's funny? Why is it funny? Ben and RJ are your in-house comedy gurus who talk about all things comedy, laughter, and side-splitting goodness. Tune in every Wednesday as we discuss comedians, tv shows, and the movies that make us laugh the most.You can also play the podcast on the iTunes Podcast app, Google Play, and Stitcher!
 
The enigmatic smile of The Laughing Cavalier of Franz Hals' famous painting invites you to wonder just what mischievousness hides behind that face. In this novel, inspired by the painting, Baroness Orczy recounts the adventures of an ancestor of her famous character, the Scarlet Pimpernel. Set in Holland during the turbulent times of 1623/1624, this is the story of a swashbuckling romanticist, whose desire for wealth and success always seems to be eclipsed by his sense of what is right and g ...
 
Are you wondering how to transform your relationships? Then congratulations! You’re in the right place. Join host, Dr. Faith Brown for a powerful hour of learning how to develop a lifestyle of Laughing Loudly and Loving Deeply. Dr. Faith, Counseling Psychologist, Performance Strategist, Author, Speaker, Business Mentor and Expert Panelist joins forces with “life-sperts” and experts from the worlds of healthcare, psychology and entertainment to inspire, motivate, and guide you to next level p ...
 
The Laughing Princess is a collection of 12 interrelated stories told to a brother and sister of that special age at which they had recently discovered that their parents did not always understand them. Petra and Daniel are bored by the quaint fishing Village where their parents have chosen to holiday, until they picnic alone on a beach below a ruined castle. There, they encounter a small but powerful Dragon who tells them stories in which they meet a princess, a wizard, a blind man in love, ...
 
Karen and Philippa are two forty-somethings who, after 20 years of friendship, still aren't sick of talking to each other. Our years of life experience may not have made us experts at anything, but they've given us plenty of material, especially when it comes to relationships—the most important things we humans can have. (Wine is a close second.) So listen in as we talk about friendship, dating, marriage, divorce, and all sorts of other relationship stuff that’s universal, yet darned near im ...
 
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Mirna Valerio is a runner, adventurer, speaker, and anti-racism educator. In this Fresh Take interview, Mirna tells us how she fell off the fitness wagon after becoming a mom, how that first mile went once she made herself lace up her running shoes again, and her path to becoming an endurance athlete since then. Even if we’re not all cut out to run…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Kristina and Sara laugh about Bad Pick-up Lines. Kristina reads some specially curated pick-up-puns for Sara and we learn how people in the Victorian Era flirted. It sounds oddly romantic and also a bit creepy. Sara tries her bad pick-up lines on Kristina. Do you think she'll be intrigued? *wink wink nudge nudge*…
 
Laughing Place Podcast #316: 2020 Bold Prediction Show Date: January 4th, 2021 (Recorded: December 30th, 2020) We’re proud to have Mouse Fan Travel as our travel sponsor! The Laughing Place Podcast recommends MouseFanTravel.com for all your Disney travel planning. Listen and Subscribe Topics We recap our 2020 Bold Predictions to see who got the mos…
 
We asked our listeners to tell us how life with Covid has affected their own parenting. Some of us have gotten more socially anxious; others, like the moms of kids with severe allergies, have found the isolation reassuring. Some of us have treasured the extra time with our children; others are nearing their breaking point. Some of us are stressing …
 
This week’s question comes from Jaclyn in our Facebook group (facebook.com/whatfreshhellcast): "Would love some advice for the "monsters under the bed" phase. My three-year-old is worse than he was as a newborn, waking me up 30 times at night! If I ignore him, he will scream and cry, then come into our room. I could let him sleep with us, but he do…
 
This week we’re talking to Ned Johnson, co-author (with William Stixrud) of THE SELF-DRIVEN CHILD: THE SCIENCE AND SENSE OF GIVING YOUR KIDS MORE CONTROL OVER THEIR LIVES, which explores how fostering children’s autonomy can help solve two challenges seemingly endemic to kids today: handling anxiety and developing intrinsic motivation. Ned's resear…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Kristina and Sara crack up about Dad Jokes! It's basically the essence of Sara wrapped up in little corny quips. The ladies play a game and Kristina tells everyone where the term 'Dad Jokes' originated. What are the most common Dad Jokes? Listen and find out! Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Laughing w…
 
This week we bring a hopeful message from your parenting future: it gets easier. Our listener Kristen went on our Facebook group page with this challenge: The second part of your life begins when your kids can get dressed to go outside in the snow by themselves and play out there without adult supervision. What's your version of “the second part of…
 
Today's question comes from Elizabeth: How do you address sneakiness? Having some trouble with rule-breaking lately. Things that are not totally off-limits but do have limits, like candy or screens, are appearing in bedrooms after the adults go to sleep. It's driving me batty and I'd appreciate any advice! Sneakiness in our kids can really set us o…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Kristina and Sara celebrate the holidays! The ladies play the game: sh*t Sara made up or holiday traditions, learn that Rudolph wasn't always around for Santa, and more! Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Laughing with Gingers on your preferred podcast platform and follow us on Instagram @laughingwithgin…
 
2020: seriously, you guys. What was THAT? In this episode we look back at a very problematic year, and toast our survival as we acknowledge our many struggles. We review what we've learned/ hope to learn/ hope to one day never ever think about again. We also discuss what we learned from some of our favorite episodes of 2020, and have gathered them …
 
In which: Angeline comes out of a dark closet, Allison weaponizes blue words to vanquish shame, Regan identifies the analogy to describe 2020. Special guests: Allison, Regan, Angeline, Chaney, Sarah, Green, Woodly, Martha, Mary, Ann, Lewis, Henry, Lucy, John, and Simon Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple…
 
Laughing Place Podcast #315: Disney Investor Day 2020 Recap Date: December 23rd, 2020 (Recorded: December 15th, 2020) We’re proud to have Mouse Fan Travel as our travel sponsor! The Laughing Place Podcast recommends MouseFanTravel.com for all your Disney travel planning. Listen and Subscribe Topics The LPP Crew discuss all of the content announced …
 
After four years of doing this podcast, we know a lot about each other. In this episode, we ask the burning questions that remain, like: If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life what would it be? Who is your celebrity crush? (warning: #oldilocksalert) What was your worst job ever? What do you, in 2020, want to be when you grow up? …
 
This week’s question comes from Sarah: My 22-month-old daughter is an infrequent pooper. She regularly goes 3-5 days between bowel movements, but recently she's started holding it. She's been sitting on the potty to pee for the last month or two, but she'll jump up and say, "no!" when she feels a bowel movement. This means that when she does finall…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Kristina and Sara discuss pranks! We learned the history of pranks and how gullible people really are (Sara & Kristina included!) Sara got a new nickname: Prankster Monk. Moving forward, she will only answer to that. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Laughing with Gingers on your preferred podcast platf…
 
In which we learn about Laura’s criminal past, call in cancel culture, and change the titles of our First Ladies. Special guest, Professor Loretta J. Ross Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple Podcasts to review this podcast series. Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com Linktr.ee at: https://linktr.ee/auldt…
 
This topic came from Bradie on our Facebook page, who asked: What is one simple, basic, Christmas tradition that your family has? Don't come at me with baking gingerbread houses or cutting down your Christmas tree. I'm talking things like a favorite meal, the order and manner in which you open presents, a book you always read. Standards are low ove…
 
FNP Media is a content company and production house that works to produce quality content for digital platforms. Given the fact that FNP has been a part of peoples’ lives from birth to marriage and even death, the journey of human emotion has been experienced from very close quarters, and it was but natural to translate that understanding on screen…
 
Haven’t we all heard the expression “Journey is more beautiful than the destination” a million times? Roopam Sharma’s “Safar Khoobsurat hai Manzil se bhi” is a emotional straight from heart story of how a journey for international job opportunity, filled with hope and excitement for entire family and a hopeless chance of making it happen. Witness h…
 
This week Margaret’s talking about parent-teacher conferences, after writing about her own most recent conferences on our social media. At one of the conferences, Margaret heard amazing things: her child is thriving, reading above grade-level, adored by all. But she's also had conferences when she heard her kids were struggling, not sitting still, …
 
This week we’re talking to Susan Katz Miller, author of THE INTERFAITH FAMILY JOURNAL, a hands-on journal that helps families learn how to best honor one another’s spiritual and cultural needs. The holidays are always intense, and if your family is an intersection of multiple traditions, it can really ratchet up the pressure for perfection times tw…
 
This episode topic was suggested by Pam Marie in our Facebook group: What's your mom superpower? We often talk about what we get wrong, but what about the things you're really good at? Time to flex, What Fresh Hell community! Everyone needs an ‘Attaboy!’ every once in a while. And when you’re a mom, you usually have to give it to yourself. In this …
 
Follow @LaughingVikings & @LarsClassington on IG. ARE YOU A SILLY GOOSE? Get a free digital copy of Lars Classington: SILLY GOOSE plus complimentary tickets to an upcoming livestream comedy show featuring Lars & friends! Get your SILLY GOOSE giveaway at LaughingVikings.com/sillygoose --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laughing-vikings/m…
 
In which Laura asks if Fiona is a Karen, considers white guilt, and meets Grandpa Rudd. Special guest: Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander On December 5 at 6:00 pm the Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail will host Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander, professor of history at Norfolk State University, for a virtual lecture on how Virginia’s waterways helped …
 
This week we're talking to Katherine May, author of the tremendous new book WINTERING: THE POWER OF REST AND RETREAT IN DIFFICULT TIMES. Written before the pandemic but perfectly relevant to the moment we're in, WINTERING explores how the natural world prepares for and survives winter, and how we can apply the lessons of actual winters to the metap…
 
Get your mind out of the gutter. Our clothes are staying on! This week on Laughing with Gingers, Sara & Kristina take very different directions with the topic at hand. Sara quizzes Kristina on whether a wardrobe malfunction was her or a stranger while Kristina shares the history of exotic and seductive dancing. It makes sense when you listen, trust…
 
For the last 1.8 million years or so, children were raised village-style. But 2020 has meant a lot of us raising our kids without the usual help of grandparents or schools or caregivers or friends. As New York Times parenting writer Jessica Grose explains: "Throughout basically all of human history, parents have never, ever raised children in isola…
 
This week Lindsay asks: How do you discipline a 1-year-old? Specifically, with pulling my hair and dropping his food on the ground. I say “no" in a firm way and he laughs at me. Any advice you could provide would be much appreciated. Thanks for all you do- love your podcast! You can't discipline a 1-year-old. They don't get it. But you can redirect…
 
Laughing Place Podcast #314: The Theme Park Metaverse Date: November 26th, 2020 (Recorded: November 24th, 2020) We’re proud to have Mouse Fan Travel as our travel sponsor! The Laughing Place Podcast recommends MouseFanTravel.com for all your Disney travel planning. Listen and Subscribe Topics The LPP Crew catch up on news out of IAAPA, personalizin…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Kristina and Sara discuss online reviews! Sara shares funny reviews, Kristina talks about the history of reviews, and then they play a game where Kristina has to guess what item is being reviewed. WARNING: Sara might break your speaker with her laughter when she read 1 review that takes like 30 minutes to get thr…
 
We asked all of you to tell us your super-secret awesome things: the life simplifiers that you think everyone else needs to know about. This episode has an incredible collection of indispensable condiments and doo-dads, portable boredom busters, and things that will keep any kid happily busy for a surprisingly long time. Head to our website for lin…
 
In which Laura reveals her travel tricks for trick knees, meets Philipos, and learns why everyone needs a Nadine. Special guests: Philipos Melaku-Bello, Nadine Seiler Special thanks for the help of cousin Robyn, her friend Lulu, Carmen, Regina, and of course Mark. Anti-racism action of the episode: support the memorial and those preserving it. With…
 
This week our listener Raya asks, "How do I deal with a 4-year-old who is afraid to go to any doctor's office?" Doctors' offices are scary! There are shots, there's vulnerability, and there's an adult in charge who might be really intimidating to a little one. No kid is ever going to dance off to the pediatrician. The goal is to make your child's e…
 
In our latest “Fresh Take” episode we’re talking to Ali Wentworth, host of the "Go Ask Ali" podcast. If you're raising teens during this pandemic, you definitely want Ali's funny, wise, and useful interviews with experts on your podcast playlist! Ali Wentworth is perhaps best known from her iconic roles in Jerry Maguire, Office Space, and Seinfeld.…
 
Parenting as a team is an ongoing challenge– even when your relationship with your co-parent is usually harmonious. But matching headspaces with your co-parent about a problem your family, or one of your children, is dealing with doesn't have to be the goal. Parenting as a team can often mean taking turns, whether it's with the pancake-flipping, th…
 
This week's question is from Rachel in our Facebook group: Help! My 2-year-old used to sleep from 7 pm – 7 am. It was glorious. We recently had to start quarantining again due to exposure at my job. Since then, she has started waking up earlier and earlier. We pushed her bedtime back to 7:30 but it hasn't made a difference. This morning she was up …
 
Laughing Place Podcast #313: What’s Going On In Port Charles? Date: November 14th, 2020 (Recorded: October 27th, 2020) We’re proud to have Mouse Fan Travel as our travel sponsor! The Laughing Place Podcast recommends MouseFanTravel.com for all your Disney travel planning. Listen and Subscribe Topics The LPP Crew talk about California’s restrictions…
 
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