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Dirt in Your Skirt

Margaret Schlachter - author, journalist, and creator of the award-winning website Dirt in Your Skirt brings the stories of women (and a few men) to your ears that are exploring, conquering, and inspiring. Each Margaret explores with her guests what it means to be a female in our world. She and her guests conquer old paradigms, and finally, they talk about how they are inspired to live their most authentic self. Her guests range from International Bestselling Authors, World Record Holders, Professional Athletes, Leading Nutrition Experts, Journalists, Biomechanists, Soil Experts, Biodynamic Farmers, Light Workers, Energy Healers, Shamans, Sex Experts, and even a Medieval Combat Fighter. The guests are diverse but all help to shape the story of what it means to be a woman in our modern world. Episodes are released weekly on Tuesdays with bonus episodes on the first and third Thursdays of each month.
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Jan 30, 2018

Emily Potter is the "gift economy" musician who has publicly taken a stand that money is not a reason to walk away from a life dream. Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Emily is the director of the Million Kisses Foundation and a motivational acoustic folk musician. Passionate about supporting people in living their biggest life dreams, Emily takes her audiences through a Dream Walk Concert, providing her original music and storytelling from worldwide adventures as the soundtrack of the performance. Emily has been doing a gritty, grassroots experiment with money, traveling internationally since May 2015 living fully within a gift economy model. Since beginning her gift economy experiment, Emily has performed for audiences in 14 countries including the United States, Canada, Israel, Thailand, Russia, and all across Europe.

We spoke with her on the podcast while she was in New York City as she brought a friend through the experience of living in the gift economy. 

Full Show Notes: www.dirtinyourskirt.com/podcast/emily-potter

 

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Website: www.patreon.com/emilymillionkisses

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/themillionkisses/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilymillionkisses/

Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/themillionkiss

 

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Jan 23, 2018

Elsie Escobar is a pioneer in the podcasting space with over ten years of experience as a podcaster. She was recently inducted into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame. Elsie has taken her knowledge in the podcasting space and uses her voice to help others gain their own voice in podcasting. 

Her passion within the industry is podcasting’s rapidly-changing environment, impact, access, community building, and advocacy.

She welcomes the opportunity to elevate existing conversations around podcast consumption and initiate ways to reach new listeners above focusing on metrics, advertising and monetization into social change and using podcasting as a tool for personal growth and transformation.  

 

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Website:
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Twitter: @yogeek

 

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Jan 16, 2018

Krissie Holifield is one of the hosts and designer of the I am Salt Lake Podcast and Mom and the New Dad Podcast. After years of dabbling in podcasting and learning people’s stories, she joined forces with Chris Holifield to showcase the inspiring people in Salt Lake City. She lives in the Salt Lake City area with her husband, Chris.

 

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Jan 9, 2018

Sister Kate came to California after surviving a financially devastating divorce, and as a single mother of three children, found it impractical to continue her chosen career, as the amount of travel would have meant the children raised themselves. Instead, she looked to California’s most new and most interesting de-regulating market: the cannabis industry.

Sister Kate founded a non-profit cannabis collective in the Fall of 2009 and opened for business in 2010 (Caregrowers). After three years of serving local terminal patients, after developing teas and tinctures for the express reason of avoiding having the sick and dying risk torching themselves with fire and pipes, she decided to close that business and focused on developing a non-smokable product line that would reach more people. During the Harvest Moon of 2014, she developed her first line of products for the Sisters of the Valley. In January of 2015, she launched the business and the Sisters support themselves through the growing business of making and distributing CBD products.

Sister Kate has been called the "Weed Nun", "Cannabis Nun", and she and her order has been featured globally for their growing efforts and mission.

In light of CBD taking taken off the WADA banned list as of January 1, 2018, and at the same time current political and cultural movements on both ends, it seemed Sister Kate would be an interesting guest to talk about what CBD is and what it isn't.

Connect with Sisters of the Valley

Website: www.sistersofcbd.com

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Jan 4, 2018

Liz Thomas is among the most experienced female hikers in the U.S. and is known for backpacking light, fast and solo. In 2011, she broke the women’s unsupported speed record on the 2,181-mile long Appalachian Trail, besting the previous record by almost a week. She has completed the Triple Crown of Hiking–the Appalachian Trail, the 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail, and the 3,100 mile Continental Divide Trail–and has backpacked over 15,000 miles across the United States on 20 long distance hikes, including the pioneering traverse of the Chinook Trail across the Columbia River Gorge and the Wasatch Range, which she did solo. Liz is affectionately known as the “Queen of Urban Hiking,” having pioneered and completed routes in five cities across the U.S.

Liz has been featured on Good Morning America, The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! News, Outside Online, and Gizmodo. She gives presentations about long distance hiking around the country, especially to college outdoor clubs like the one where she first learned how to backpack. Liz is honored to serve as Vice President of the American Long Distance Hiking Association-West and as one of five ambassadors for American Hiking Society. Liz is the author of Long Trails: Mastering the Art of the Thru-hike published by Falcon Guide and instructor for Backpacker Magazine’s 6-week online class, Thru-hiking 101. When not on trail, Liz lives in Southern California and is an outdoor staff writer for the Wirecutter, part of the New York Times.

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