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Intentional Conversations: Jessica Turner

Raising Boys & Girls

Join Sissy Goff and David Thomas this week as they visit with Jessica Turner, author, speaker, and creative mom of 3, on fun summer activity ideas. Grab links, stats, and quotes you want to remember in the show notes at  https://www.gominno.com/parents/rbg-podcast-jessica-turner-interview/ Connect with Sissy, David, and Melissa at raisingboysandgirls.com Connect with Minno at podcast.gominno.com

23mins

25 May 2021

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BONUS: How influencers are making money off you. (A conversation with Jessica Turner)

10 Things To Tell You

Have you ever wondered how influencers are making money through their blogs and social media posts? Have you ever wanted to try and make some of that money yourself? In this BONUS episode, I'm pulling back the curtain a little on how I make money using affiliate links on my blog and social media posts. And one of the smartest women I know - Jessica Turner of The Mom Creative - is talking with me about her new course Affiliate Marketing for Influencers.  We're all being influenced every day, and sometimes we don't even know it. Jessica and I share how this works, and how to do it legally and with integrity.  Full show notes here Follow Jessica on her blog The Mom Creative Follow Jessica on IG Follow Jessica on FB Buy Affiliate Marketing for Influencers * Follow @10ThingsToTellYou on IG Follow @10ThingsToTellYou on FB Sign Up for episode emails Join the 10 Things To Tell You Connection Group

33mins

4 Oct 2020

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E41 Jessica Turner - Ginseng

Herbs in Action

Jessica B. Turner, studying at the University of West Virginia, with thoughts and reflections on American ginseng, or Panax quinquefolius. Mining by Moonlight Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

2mins

27 Aug 2020

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E27 Jessica Turner - Bay laurel

Herbs in Action

Jessica B. Turner, studying at the University of West Virginia, with thoughts and reflections on bay laurel, or Laurus nobilis. Background Music: "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License

2mins

21 May 2020

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Episode 5: Glen Plake, Jessica Turner

The Outdoor Revival

Glen Plake - professional skier, actor, guide, adventurer. Photo credit: SalewaPremieres May 11, 2020.This week on The Outdoor Revival, Brad, Pete and Dennis welcome Jessica Turner to the show. She is the Executive Director of the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable. She talks about how her organization is helping people get outside in this Covid-19 environment.  Then we’ll sit around the campfire is the original bad boy of extreme skiing, Glen Plake. He’ll entertain us with his great stories and adventures, as he tries to adjust to life during these crazy times.Brad reports that armed Michigan protesters stormed the Statehouse to protest the Covid-19 lockdowns. They discuss possible overreach by the Michigan state government. Pete tells us how the legislators were wearing bullet proof vests during the protest. Dennis tries to get to the bottom of the motivations for the protests and if our politicians need to take a look at this and address the public’s growing impatience. Next, with some of the states relaxing their lockdown and their access restrictions, the boys discuss the overwhelming number of people going outside and congregating in access areas, and how the police are attempting to break up these gatherings. They are optimistic about the retail openings in their areas. Pete tells us how outdoor retailers of guns and ammo, fishing and biking equipment are enjoying sales numbers better than they’ve ever been. They also touch on the murder hornet making its way to North America, and their possible effect on the environment.Jessica Turner is the first guest on the today’s podcast. She is the Executive Director of the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable. She talks about how the ORR covers pretty much every outdoor recreation activity and trade association, serving over 110,000 businesses through their services. She discusses how they have come together to tell the story of how big and broad their organization is, in affecting policy for outdoor recreation through government agencies, and how you can support their efforts.  She tells us how her group is trying to navigate the different guidelines that are being set by states, by promoting outdoor activities, like fishing, all the while keeping health concerns in mind. Next up, Hall of Fame skier Glen Plake joins us around the campfire. He talks about growing in the hot dog era around South Lake Tahoe. He tells us how he came up with his signature mohawk look, and how he is balancing skiing during the current situation. He tells us how he got out of Italy just in time to escape the virus. He and his wife Kim have a grassroots skiing program, where they travel all over the country, promoting skiing through their “Down Home Tour”. Somehow doing it with no sponsors or schedules.The guys finish off this week’s podcast talking about how they are shocked at Glen flying out of Europe with the coronavirus chasing him, while they were in Vegas during Chinese New Year, not knowing how serious the situation would be. The group talks about possible travel restriction going forward and how Pete hopes he can use his pre-check a little bit more than he got to use it this spring. Brad tells how he received a notification from American Airlines about having to wear a mask on every flight.Sponsors:Darn Tough VermontElan SkisPanelists:Brad DowneyDennis “D-Breau” Breaud IVPeter LongobardiGuests:Jessica (Wahl) TurnerGlen PlakeMusic:Them Ol’ Ghosts “Reach”Links:The Outdoor Revival WebsiteOutdoor Recreation RoundtableJessica (Wahl) Turner TwitterAppalachian TrailGlen Plake FacebookGlen Plake InstagramTruck Night in America Jessica Turner - Executive Director of the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable

11 May 2020

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Ep #40: Finding Time for Self-Care with Jessica Turner

Living Fully with Mallory Ervin

Today I have the pleasure of welcoming Jessica Turner back to the show! An award-winning marketing executive, founder of the popular lifestyle blog, The Mom Creative, and keynote speaker, Jessica is also a bestselling author and mom of three. Needless to say, she is a master of navigating her way through the craziness of life, and in this episode, she will be sharing her best advice on how to manage our lives as we adjust to this new normal. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2XW21mt 

40mins

27 Apr 2020

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Ep 54: Best Books Lately with Jessica Turner + A Conversation about American Dirt with Stephanie Newman-Smith

10 Things To Tell You

This episode is for you if you love to read (and follow literary controversies).  Book episodes are the best episodes! We spend the first half hour talking about the best books we've read lately with Jessica Turner, and we take a brief detour to talk about #Bookstagram and our current reading habits (including a new hobby Jessica picked up and the #ReadYourBooks challenge she's hosting online).  In the second half of this extra long episode, I'm joined by my real-life book club friend Stephanie Newman-Smith to talk through the layers of controversy around the novel American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins. We talk about who can tell what stories, how the publishing industry is complicit in silencing non-white voices, and the bizarre marketing missteps around the novel that Oprah picked for her book club.  This episode is sponsored by Glossier. Click here for 10% off your first order.  This episode is sponsored by Bombas. Click here to get 20% off your first purchase.  Find Jessica Turner here. Follow Jessica on IG Follow Jessica on FB Follow Jessica's Book Snobbery IG account * Full show notes for this episode here.   @10ThingsToTellYou on Instagram@10ThingsToTellYou on facebook   Join the 10 Things To Tell You Connection group on FB!

1hr 26mins

25 Feb 2020

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Community Focus 1/20/20: Stephanie Chamtcheu and Jessica Turner - ISD 181

Community Focus

My guests today were Stephanie Chamtcheu - District ESL teacher and Jessica Turner - ABE Program Coordinator from ISD 181

15mins

20 Jan 2020

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Ep #122 | Overcoming Feeling "Stretched Too Thin" with Jessica Turner

She Reaches Podcast

Do you feel stretched too thin? In this podcast episode, I'm talking to Jessica Turner, the author of Stretched Too Thin and The Fringe Hours. She juggles a full-time job while also being a blogger and author and she shares how she things about what she does and doesn't do to keep her household running. We also talked about how you can go from surviving to thriving as a working mom, the role of partners in making things work, and how you might make time for friends even during a busy season. Highlights: Jessica's background and what lead to writing the Fringe Hours and Stretched Too Thin The areas that Jessica has chosen to outsource during this season of her life The things that she also automates to save time How to think about it when considering outsourcing or automating What the fringe hours are and how you can use them to your advantage Jessica's thoughts on how working moms can go from surviving to thriving The role of partners in making things work How to make time for friends and the importance of community Today’s Guest: Jessica N. Turner is the author of Stretched Too Thin and The Fringe Hours. She is also an award-winning marketing executive and the founder of the popular lifestyle blog The Mom Creative (www.themomcreative.com). Additionally, she is a writer for the Today Parenting Team and DaySpring's (in)courage, an advocate for World Vision, a regular speaker at events nationwide. She and her husband, Matthew live with their three children in Nashville, Tennessee. Resources: Themomcreative.com instagram.com/jessicanturner instagram.com/booksnobbery Facebook.com/themomcreative The Fringe Hours: Making Time for You Stretched Too Thin: How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive

30mins

23 Apr 2019

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Jessica Turner on Being Stretched Too Thin

The Amber Lilyestrom Show

Do you feel exhausted, burned out, or stressed by being stretched too thin? Let’s face it, life is full, and we need to learn how to navigate it!   Today’s guest, Jessica Turner, is an award-winning marketing executive and the founder of the popular lifestyle blog The Mom Creative. Additionally, she is a writer for the Today Parenting Team and DaySpring's (in)courage, an advocate for World Vision, a regular speaker at events nationwide. She and her husband, Matthew live with their three children in Nashville, Tennessee. In this episode, Jessica and I dig deep in what it means to be stretched too thin- and how pull ourselves back together. Plus, Jessica explains why we should treat our lives as a glass ball, how to prioritize our spouses, and the necessity of self-care in order to serve others. In This Episode: iTunes review of the week [ 2:00 ] The inspiration behind Stretched Too Thin [ 5:00 ] Keeping a full-time job [ 8:35 ] Discovering satisfaction + losing the guilt [ 12:20 ] Navigating the spontaneous guilt [ 15:00 ] Flexibility + freedom for life [ 19:00 ] Glass balls vs. rubber balls [ 20:50 ] Prioritizing our spouses [ 26:00 ] Mental load of noticing + remembering things [ 29:45 ] Self-care is a necessity, not a privilege [ 30:30 ] Trying to be everything for everyone [ 33:30 ] Advice for aspiring authors [ 39:00 ] Soul Shifting Quotes: “It becomes difficult when we try to work while doing other things.” “We are juggling two types of balls; we are juggling glass balls and rubber balls.” “If I am not on-call, do not expect me to be answering emails at night or in the morning.” “Once our kids leave, the only person that is going to be left in your house is your spouse.” “The more that I take care of myself, the more I can be for other people.” “We are better in every single role that we have when we are taking care of ourselves.” Links Mentioned: Purchase your ticket to the Ignite Your Soul Summit! Stretched Too Thin: How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive The Fringe Hours: Making Time for You Off Balance: Getting Beyond the Work-Life Balance Myth to Personal and Professional Satisfaction When I Pray For You Grab your FREE training; Uplevel Your Brand & Land Your Dream Clients! Learn more about Jessica at themomcreative.com and follow her on Instagram: @jessicanturner Tag me in your big shifts + takeaways: @amberlilyestrom Did you hear something you loved here today?! Leave a Review + Subscribe via iTunes Listen on Spotify

45mins

26 Mar 2019

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