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Dirt in Your Skirt - The Podcast

Margaret Schlachter - author, journalist, and creator of the award-winning website Dirt in Your Skirt brings the stories of women to your ears. Each episode features the story of a strong and inspiring woman. Many of the guests are related to the obstacle racing, endurance racing, and health and nutrition world. We also like to mix in authors and industry experts. Each guest shares their story, expertise, and wisdom with the audience in an educational, informational, and entertaining manner. Each episode we try to get to the "why" that drives these women to continue to explore a new idea, conquer old fears, and inspire those around them through their actions and work. Episodes are released weekly on Tuesdays.
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Dec 27, 2016

Rose Wetzel is one of the best-known females in the sport of obstacle course racing. She is one of the top athletes on the Spartan Race competitive circuit, often featured on NBC broadcasts. Additionally, she has been an American Ninja Warrior competitor twice and made it to the finals in Vegas. 

Rose joins the podcast this week to not to talk about past races but instead talks candidly about how she became a professional athlete. She talks about growing up in a family of eight children and how her whole life has been training for obstacle racing. 

This is a uniquely candid conversation with Rose and gets deep into growing up in her family, talking about what her siblings mean to her and the lengths she has gone to protect them. This is truly a rare interview digging deep into what makes Rose tick. 

Download and listen today and learn more about what makes Rose Wetzel the woman she is today beyond the public figure on television and commercials. 

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Dec 20, 2016

Erica Ness and her husband first bonded over their love of tiny homes. In 2012 and 2013 they built and moved into their own tiny home. In reality, tiny home living is much more complex than what we see online in the fancy photos or on the television shows.

Erica brings to this podcast her practical knowledge gained from living in 280 square feet of living space with a husband and a large dog. She talks about the process of designing, building, and living in their tiny home.

Erica is a self-proclaimed packrat and she and her husband are both avid outdoors people. Learn on the show how to manage a lot of gear in a small space and why Erica says to not just get rid of everything at once when you move into a tiny space, which is different from many of the shows you see on television.

She talks about moving their house from Northwestern Montana to Northwestern Washington over the Cascade range. As well as moving the house in Montana and a funny story about why you should make sure your doors are always properly latched in a tiny home.

On a side note, Erica is my youngest sister and joined the podcast from her neighbor's house. If you ever wanted to learn about how to live more simply take a note from my youngest sister and her husband.

 

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Dec 13, 2016

Britany Felix sold practically everything to spend two months exploring the Western United States. She hosts the Living Unconventionally podcast where she interviews people who’ve ditched their traditional life to chase their passions around the world and she hopes to inspire others to live a life that truly fulfills them.

Britany joins the podcast this week to talk about her experience downsizing from a two-thousand-square-foot house into a small pull behind camper to travel the western United States. She talks about how friends and some wine and Facebook Garage Sales helped her declutter her life.

We talk about how you handle the sentimental things that you have inherited over the years from friends and family. Britany tells us a bit about her two week period of life on the road and her podcast Living Unconventionally helped her to make the final push to start creating a life she wanted with her husband.

Britany answers a few of my questions on how to get started on your own journey. She also gives us information she has gleaned from over 100 interviews with people who have gotten off the 9-5 track and now find themselves living unconventionally. Take a listen to this week's podcast and enjoy learning about Britany and her podcast (and ebook) Living Unconventionally.

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Website: Living Unconventionallyhttp://livingunconventionally.com/

Podcast: Living Unconventionally Podcast

Facebook: Living Unconventionally  - http://livingunconventionally.com/facebook

Instagram: www.livingunconventionally.com/instagram

Twitter: www.livingunconventionally.com/twitter

 

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Dec 6, 2016

Mandy Baskin found her love for Hot Air Balloons after a disappointing date. One ride would drastically change the direction of her life. She is the founder and owner of Monticello Country Ballooning, mother of one, and is the only woman to have competed in all six years of World's Toughest Mudder -24-hourr obstacle race. 

Baskin joins the podcast this week to talk about being a female Hot Air Balloon pilot and how she is one of the very few women in the industry. We chat about how one becomes a Hot Air Balloon Pilot, the process and how she went from working in the restaurant industry to becoming a pilot.  

We chat about how it feels to be up in the air in one of the original forms of flying and I ask how the industry has changed in the last couple hundred years and what has remained the same. Mandy talks about the challenges as a small business owner in her industry and what it was like to first go to safety conventions being one of the only females in the room.  

She chats about being a single mother and how her daughter already wants to work for her mother and currently helps out as a chaser for the balloon. We dive into her other job as a nurse and she gives advice on how NOT to do nursing school.

Finally, we round out the episode talking about her six years at World's Toughest Mudder and what she has learned from each year of racing. Baskin continues to be one of the quiet competitors each year at the race. She shares her wisdom and advice for those interested in trying World's Toughest Mudder.

 

How to Follow Mandy Baskin: 

Website: Monticello Country Ballooning - http://virginiahotairballoon.com/

Facebook: Monticello Country Ballooning  - https://www.facebook.com/Monticello-Country-Ballooning-149136418467531/

Instagram: @Monticellocountryballoonining - https://www.instagram.com/monticellocountryballooning/

 

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Nov 29, 2016

This week on the episode Ami Sawran joins the podcast. Ami has become the face of UK obstacle racing for many as the on-air personality for the popular Mudstacle - Obstacle Racing Website. She anchors nearly all their videos under the Mudstacle TV banner. 

Sawran talks about growing up as a child model until age seven and what that was like. Sawran grew up to be a large animal veterinarian and spends most of her time traveling the English countryside visiting various farms.

In the podcast, she talks about how she found obstacle course racing, her website http://www.thisgirldid.com, and finally how she became part of Mudstacle HQ. We close out the show talking about her dog Remy and how he became a famous dog with his own agent. 

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Twitter: @Thisgirldid

Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/this.girl.did

Website: http://www.thisgirldid.com

 

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Nov 22, 2016

Stefanie Bishop always grew up active from the time she could crawl. She competed in a number of different sports growing up, but it wasn't until 2009 when she read a New York Times article that would really spark something new in her life. 

That New York Times article was about the Death Race. In this week's episode of the podcast, Bishop talks about growing up, being recruited to gymnastics from a birthday party, how winning the Death Race turned into a job in finance, and more. She talks about why she prefers adventure racing and other extreme endurance events to short distance courses. Finally, talks about the importance of community in long events. 

Bishop recently won the 2016 World's Toughest Mudder and to many this was their first introduction to the endurance athlete. In our podcast, she talks about how she got into the obstacle racing world in 2010 then took a break for a few years but always had WTM on her radar. 

Check out this week's episode, coming out on Bishop's 34th birthday!

 

 

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Website – www.stefaniebishop.com

Instagram – www.instagram.com/stefadventures/

YouTube - Stef Adventures

 

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Nov 8, 2016

Orla "Vermonster" Walsh joins the podcast this week. Orla is a member of the Spartan Race Pro Team, a nurse/paramedic in Vermont, and spends her weekends in the winter ski patrolling. She joins the podcast this week to talk about her past, present, and future. 

During the podcast, Walsh talks about losing her mother to breast cancer just before her high school graduation and how she dealt with the loss in college. She opens up about struggles faced in life and how for a time she turned to the bottle to numb out emotions. We dive into her decision to go into nursing and bring a paramedic. She talks about how ski patrolling is a big part of her life in the winter. 

We also talk about her experience at Burning Man as a volunteer nurse/paramedic and she talks about how it was similar in some ways to her time as a nurse in Haiti. Finally, we chat about how she got into Spartan Race and how it was a woman named Lynn Lena that pushed her into the sport and how it's given her a second chance at athletics. She recently became an ambassador for the For Those Who Would Charity. All this and more this week on the Dirt in Your Skirt Podcast.

 

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Nov 1, 2016

Sarah Williams joins the podcast this week. She is the founder of the successful Tough Girl Podcast, showcasing women conquering extreme challenging around the world. Sarah was kind enough to join us from her home in the United Kingdom to talk about her journey from a career in the banking industry to becoming a podcast host, author, speaker and entrepreneur.

Sarah quit her job in the banking industry in 2013 and took the next year and a half to travel the world and figure out what her next step would be. In the process, she biked some of the most dangerous roads in the world, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, and spent a winter as a chalet host (innkeeper). She joins the podcast this week to talk about some of those adventures and her process of creating the Tough Girl Podcast. 

Sarah has written two books about her experience on Kilimanjaro and Chalet hosting. She recently finished Marathon des Sables in 2016 and has just finished a book with all the do's and don'ts for those interested in running the event. 

 

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Website: http://toughgirlchallenges.com

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/toughgirlchallenges

Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/_tough_girl

Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/toughgirlschallenges

 

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Oct 25, 2016

Christine J. Feehan has always had a passion for alpine skiing. Since a young age where she skied at Hunter Mountain, NY with her family to today working at the highest levels of sport in the media. Feehan is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Ski Racing Magazine and SkiRacing.com. She was recently appointed to the FIS Women's World Cup Media Coordinator and works with media from around the world on a daily basis. 

She joined the podcast to talk about her career in the alpine ski racing world as well as her hilarious book Life Gives Me Lemons on the show this week. Feehan tells us how she took an unconventional road to publishing her book and the work that went into sharing the stories of her life in an honest and comical way.

 

 

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Oct 11, 2016

Kate Logan joins the podcast this week to talk about her journey through life. Logan a Vermonter made international news as a teenager after a graduation speech she gave in the late 90's. This speech turned into an offer from Playboy Magazine which she turned down. She speaks in this episode about that experience as well as the importance of ritual in modern society as well as her time studying Yoga in Ibiza, Spain and teacher training with Godfrey Devereux and Shiva Rea, and Ayurvedic Healing and Medicine in India at The International Academy of Ayurveda in Pune, India. She is also a graduate of The Natural Gourmet Cookery in NYC. 

 

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Oct 5, 2016

This week on the podcast Bobbi Nicol joins us to talk about ultra running, her life as a transgender female athlete. Nicol is a 45-year-old with two children and lives in Manitoba, Canada. She is a barefoot runner and advocate for transgender rights. During the week she is an engineering services coordinator and holds a spot on the board of Manitoba Runners Association. 

On this episode, she talks about growing up in rural Canada and how in her forties she decided to transition from Bob to Bobbi and express who she truly always was on the inside. She delves into the hormones and blockers she has been on for the last year and a half as she has transitioned, how her running has changed, as well as what it is like to go through puberty in a matter of months. 

 

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Sep 27, 2016

This week on the show we are joined by author, senior editor of iRunFar.com, ultrarunner, and record holder Meghan M. Hicks. Meghan has a talent not only for the written word but also as an ultrarunner constantly tackling new challenges. She recently set the women's record Nolan's 14 in Colorado after running up and over fourteen of Colorado's 14er's in 59 hours and 36 minutes.

She joins us on the podcast today to talk about her experience running Nolan's 14, her new book - Where the Road Ends, and talks about her win at Marathon des Sables in 2013 in Morocco. Meghan joins the show to talk about running long distances, covering ultrarunning events for iRunFar.com, we chat about her new book, and finally talk about her record-breaking run of Nolan's 14 recently and running in Morocco. Join us this week for the full episode. 

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iRunFar.com website - www.irunfar.com

iRunFar.com on Twitter - www.twitter.com/irunfar

iRunFar.com on Facebook - www.facebook.com/irunfar

 

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Sep 20, 2016

Lindsay Webster, the Canadian professional obstacle racer, has become a dominant force on the race circuit for the past few years. She is the reigning OCR World Champion for women and recently won the Spartan Race U.S. Championship Series last month. In 2014, she emerged from out of nowhere to finish 4th in the Spartan Race World Championships. Since that time she has been a force to be reckoned with on the course. All the while training, racing, and exploring life with her now husband Ryan Atkins. 

Webster joins the podcast this week to talk about growing up and her early athletic pursuits. She talks about her family and sister (who happens to be an Olympian). We get into her obstacle racing career, balancing family life with racing, how she gets over a tough training day, and finally how culinary school and sports fit into her dream job. 

Join the podcast this week to get an inside look at what makes Lindsay Webster a champion on and off the course. 

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Sep 13, 2016

Maggi Thorne has been part of the obstacle racing scene for years. She has competed in top events like OCR World Championships, World's Toughest Mudder, multiple Spartan Races and everything in-between. All the while also competing in beauty pageants winning the prestigious Mrs. International in 2014.  

Since that time she has been on a roll, competing in American Ninja Warrior, the Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge show on NBC, and Team Ninja Warrior with Lance Pekus and Kevin Bull. She joins the podcast this week to talk about her journey, how she got into pageants, waiting at the walk-on line for three weeks for American Ninja Warrior and her college roommate Jessie Graff who has taken the American Ninja Warrior world by storm.

Maggi has done all this while also working with charities Soles4Souls collecting thousands of shoes for those in need, a board member of SelfID Self Image Defined and raising three strong independent children with her husband. Tune into the episode this week to hear all about Maggi Thorne and her journey. 

 

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Instagram: @nvr_gvup

Twitter: @nvr_gvup

 

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Sep 6, 2016
This week on the podcast we are joined by True North Retreats founder Liz Patnode. On this episode Liz talks about how she ended up in Pittsfield, Vermont running a health retreat center a far cry from her days a an national level rower and international model. Liz shares her background and story and shares all the exciting retreats she has planned for True North in the coming months including a retreat in Hawaii. This is an episode you do not want to miss! Episode Sponsored by: Four Sigmatic Foods www.us.foursigmatic.com/#_a_DIYS Use link above for your purchase and save 10% on your order. JOIN THE NEW FACEBOOK GROUP HERE www.facebook.com/groups/dirtinyourskirt/ Have a question you want answered on the show? Email us at feedback@dirtinyourskirt.com --------------------------------
Aug 30, 2016
This week on the podcast we have a special guest to mark the 10th episode of the show, Vanessa Runs. Vanessa and I have been friends for years and in 2012 she was one of the people who helped me to gather the courage to quit my day job and jump into Dirt in Your Skirt and Obstacle Racing full time, so it was special to have her on the podcast, to say the least! Vanessa is a modern day nomad living in a small RV with her husband and pets. In 2012, she and her now husband sold all their belongings, got rid of the house, car, and everything else to move into an RV. Here they are 4 years later still on the road. They have traveled North America exploring the world. In the process, Vanessa has written two books, The Summit Seeker and Daughters of Distance. She is currently working on her third book as they spend the summer in Leadville, Colorado. Vanessa joined us via skype through her phone this week to talk about her books, life on the road and the future. Listen in to this special episode. Episode Sponsored by: Four Sigmatic Foods http://www.us.foursigmatic.com/#_a_DIYS Use link above for your purchase and save 10% on your order. JOIN THE NEW FACEBOOK GROUP HERE https://www.facebook.com/groups/dirtinyourskirt/ Have a question you want answered on the show? Email us at feedback@dirtinyourskirt.com -------------------------------- Show Notes: Introduction and Sponsor Notes It's the 10th Episode! Vanessa Runs - Author, Runner, and Modern Nomad Vanessa talks about growing up in Toronto then moving to San Diego for work at Active.com Talks about writing The Summit Seeker Currently working on her third book about life on the road and living within a budget of $1,500 a month Vanessa talks about outfitting their RV with solar panels from a guy in Slab City, USA She talks about her inspiration to get on the road. Offers her tips for life on the road. Finally tells us about freecampsites.com Find Vanessa on: Her Website: http://vanessaruns.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vanessaruns Twitter: @vanessaruns Instagram: @vanessaruns Get her books on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Vanessa-Runs/e/B00C0DBINI/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2?qid=1472515531&sr=8-2 Episode Sponsored by: JOIN THE NEW FACEBOOK GROUP HERE Have a question you want answered on the show? Email us at feedback@dirtinyourskirt.com
Aug 23, 2016
This week's episode of the podcast we jump into new territory for many in the world of sports. A very old sport it making a resurgence these days which has people swinging swords and gearing up in chain metal armor. That sport is Medieval Armored Combat. Hannah Hudson joins the show this week to talk about what Medieval Armored Combat is as well as how this librarian got into such a unique sport. She is one of the few women in the sport today and owes it all to the CrossFit Games. She also talks about how her love for fantasy, superheroes, and more prompted her to start a new fitness movement in Salt Lake City called The Refinery which incorporates fitness and fantasy making for a unique exercise experience open for all promoting a body positive space. Finally, Hudson fills us in on her other hobby Scottish Highland Games and how having PCOS and a non-traditional body type has actually been an asset in her competing in this other traditional sport. All this and more on this episode of the podcast! -------- Show Notes: Introduction and Sponsor Message Hannah Explains Medieval Armored Combat and how a trip to the CrossFit Games to watch Ute CrossFit compete sparked her interest in this sport. Amy "Valryrie" Graham - Mentor Armored Combat Fighter for Hannah Started in the sport to research the young adult books she was writing How to train for Armored Combat? Creating The Refinery in Salt Lake City HEMA - Historical European Martial Arts Hannah talks about becoming a trainer and her certification from Gym Jones The Refinery Fitness created - Geek Games, Battlestar Gallactica themed workouts, and other themed workouts. Hannah Talks about PCOS and how she has created a body positive workout space because of her own experiences. Scottish Highland Games Hannah talks about her coach and mentor Bobbie Jo Benegas of Drive Fitness. Find Hannah on: Hannah's Website: https://hannahcheriehudson.wordpress.com Hannah on Instagram: @thelibrarianbarbarian The Refinery Gym: http://refinery.fitness Learn More about Amored Combat -------- Dirt in Your Skirt is now an affiliate with Four Sigmatic Foods. The makers of mushroom coffee, mushroom extracts and more. Use code DIYS for 10% off your order or follow the link below. http://www.us.foursigmatic.com/#_a_DIYS
Aug 16, 2016
We are back with episode #008 of Dirt in Your Skirt - The Podcast. Tune in each Tuesday for a new episode of the podcast. On this week's episode, we feature Amie Booth. Amie Booth joins the podcast this week. Amie is a former researcher turned educator these days who taking the term "long run" to the next level. Over the summer she recently attempted to run across the United Kingdom as just one of her endurance endeavors this summer alone. Support the show by visiting: Four Sigmatic Foods - www.us.foursigmatic.com/#_a_DIYS Use code DIYS for 10% off your next purchase. For Full show notes visit: www.dirtinyourskirt.com/podcast
Aug 9, 2016
We are back with episode #007 of Dirt in Your Skirt - The Podcast. Tune in each Tuesday for a new episode fo the podcast. On this week's episode, we feature Nicki Bruckmann. Nicki founded the women's only adventure travel company Explorer Chick. She talks about how she went from the finance world to running her own company in this episode as well as how she lived out of her car for a month hiking and traveling and her favorite road snack. Support the show by visiting: Four Sigmatic Foods - http://www.us.foursigmatic.com/#_a_DIYS Use code DIYS for 10% off your next purchase. For Full show notes visit: www.dirtinyourskirt.com/podcast
Aug 4, 2016
We are back for episode #006 of Dirt in Your Skirt - The Podcast. Tune in each Tuesday for a new episode fo the podcast. On this week's episode, we feature Lauren Casavant. Lauren is a trainer and accomplished obstacle racer who has recently shifted her focus to a new kids only obstacle course race series she has developed. She joins us to talk about the shift and her journey to becoming a race director. As well we talk about one of her sponsors Fitvine. Support the show by visiting: Four Sigmatic Foods - http://www.us.foursigmatic.com/#_l_9m For Full show notes visit: www.dirtinyourskirt.com/podcast
Jul 27, 2016
We are back for episode #005 of Dirt in Your Skirt - The Podcast. Tune in each Tuesday for a new episode. On this week's episode, we feature Cassie Harris. Cassie is a mother of two who carries the genetic mutation brca 1 known to many as the Angelina Jolie gene. She has been diagnosed 4 times in the last 8 years with Cancer. She talks about how Tough Mudder and the obstacle racing community has changed her life and helped her to cope and thrive in the face of adversity. She discusses her friendship with Tough Mudder MC Sean Corvelle and more on this episode. For show notes go to www.dirtinyourskirt.com/podcast
Jul 15, 2016
We are back with Dirt in Your Skirt - The Podcast Episode #003. This week on the episode Ali Kaukas joins us to talk about how she turned her passion for photography into a career. For the past four years, she has been the lead photographer for the Wanderlust Yoga and Music festival. She is a citizen of the world spending part of her year living in Costa Rica when not traveling the world exploring new places and capturing moments from behind her camera lense. Be sure to check back each Tuesday for a new episode and subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher and never miss an episode. For show notes visit: www.dirtinyourskirt.com/podcast
Jul 11, 2016
We are back with Dirt in Your Skirt - The Podcast Episode #003. This week on the episode we Maria Walton an ultra runner, film producer, race director, and grandmother. She talks this episode about her relationship with Micah True aka Caballo Blanco made famous from the international bestselling book Born to Run giving us a glimpse into his personal life and the documentary she worked on highlighting the life of Micah. She talks about the Copper Canyons, the running people, and what Korima is and how we can all add it into our lives. Be sure to check back each Tuesday for a new episode and subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher and never miss an episode. For show notes visit: www.dirtinyourskirt.com/podcast
Jul 4, 2016
Heather Gannoe of Relentless Forward Commotion joins the podcast today to talk about running, fitness, why functional fitness is a buzz word, running a Naked 5K and finally how after an experience at a Runner's World Summit a blog post she wrote changed their policies. All this and more on this week's podcast. For Show Notes: www.dirtinyourskirt.com/podcast
Jun 29, 2016
Welcome to Dirt in Your Skirt - The Podcast episode 000. Not actually the first episode but a welcome to what the show is, how it came about, your host, and where the podcast is going. You have to start somewhere so why not start at #000
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