Welcome back to The Crime Time Pod. For those who have stuck with us for 39 episodes we just want to say... u k hun? We also want to say.... where's our 5 star review? This week we're talking about the shadiest of people. Mary tells us about an absolute QUEEN who confronts her abuser and Helen shares an obscure story about a Texan man who discovers he needs to sleep with one eye open.Follow us on insta: @thecrimetimepod We don't really do much on the other socials so I wouldn't bother tbh...
Bryan Clement of Dovetail Learning & Elizabeth Smith of Sonoma County ACEs Connection
People Doing Good
This week on the show, Myriah and Jerry chat with Bryan and Elizabeth on the topic of helping youth in the community during the difficult time of COVID. For more from Bryan and Dovetail Learning, CLICK HERE. For more from Elizabeth and Sonoma County ACEs Connection, CLICK HERE. --Please help keep People Doing Good going! Support us by becoming a Patreon Patron... visit our page and be regular supporter if you can. --We've launched a new You Tube Channel! Be sure to find us on youtube (People Doing Good Podcast) and watch our first video with Carson Pforsich of EP29, during his workout at Langermann's Health Club. --To stay up to date with Myriah & Jerry, be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow People Doing Good on social media: Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @1GoodPodcastEmail: PeopleDoingGoodPodcast@Gmail.comPeople Doing Good is made possible in part by Shoes4Kidz: www.Shoes4Kidz.comThis Podcast is Produced & Edited by Charlene Goto of Go-To Productions
Ep. 21: The Power of Milspo Stories with Elizabeth Smith
Married to Military
If you’re a military spouse, you know first hand how hard it can be to stay motivated when things feel tough. My guest this week, Elizabeth Smith, has a message for you—you CAN thrive through the challenges of military life! As an Air Force wife and host of The American MilSpouse podcast, she’s giving military spouses an outlet to share their stories and be heard. Tune in this week as she dives into her passion for empowering milspo experiences, what she’s learned from the amazing military spouse community, and the importance of doing what makes YOU happy in order to be the best version of yourself in your relationship. We’re exploring: How her podcast has allowed her to speak less and listen more Why military life should only be a piece of your identity What we both realized about being a stay at home parent (and what to do about parent guilt) The ONE thing Elizabeth wants all military spouses to remember Some EXCITING things to look forward to in Season 2 of The American MilSpouse podcast And so much more! Connect with Elizabeth Smith: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theamericanmilspouse/ Check out The American MilSpouse podcast wherever you stream your podcasts! Connect with me for a FREE Married to Military Marriage Assessment Call: https://marriedtomilitary.satoriapp.com/offers/236651-military-marriage-assessment-call Follow me on Instagram so you don’t miss a thing! https://www.instagram.com/marriedtomilitary/ Continue the conversation in my private Facebook group Married to Military: https://www.facebook.com/groups/449431269700869
EP 70: Empowering Three Day Induction, Gestational Diabetes, and Postpartum Anxiety with Elizabeth Smith
What The Bump
In this episode Liz shares her positive and empowering induction birth story! Liz had gestational diabetes during her pregnancy, which towards the end her blood sugar levels started to get out of control. She was induced at 39 weeks, and says she really had to surrender to the idea of an induction. Liz mourned the birth preferences she originally had, but was quick to switch gears and make her induction the best possible. Postpartum Liz struggled with anxiety to the point where she wouldn't be able to sleep because she had to watch her daughter breathing, she didn't hesitate and got help within days. She is very passionate about shining a light on postpartum anxiety and encouraging mamas to get help asap! If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe and share with your mama friends! wanna be on the podcast? https://www.whatthebumpclt.com/podcast connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatthebumpclt/ our website / blog: whatthebumpclt.com Elizabeth on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elizabeth_blair/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/what-the-bump/support
When in doubt - Open Bubbles! Gemini Season with Elizabeth Smith
Signs and Vines
Cort and Sara discuss the duality of Gemini Season, adaptable wines with Elizabeth Smith and your astro-forecast for the tumultuous upcoming season! Follow Elizabeth here: https://www.instagram.com/in_vino_glorias/Find out more about Bloom with Sam's Full Moon Circle here: https://www.instagram.com/bloomwithsam/Wines in this episode:Marcillac “Lo Sang del Païs”, Dom. du CrosChristina Skin Contact Chardonnay --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/signsandvines/message
Transforming Trauma into Art with Christina Elizabeth Smith
Crying Behind Sunglasses
Actress, visual artist, and Keila’s dear friend Christina Elizabeth Smith is on the show to share how she’s turned her trauma into meaning. Christina talks about how she’s tied her suffering to a larger mission and how her real-life experiences as a survivor of sexual assault informed her performance on NCIS New Orleans. She shares how chanting meditations have helped her heal and process trauma, and using painting as a form of therapy. Keila and Christina also talk about the power of community, and why reaching out and not hiding yourself (especially when you’re in pain) will help you nurture yourself and heal. Today on Crying Behind Sunglasses: How Christina uses painting and art as therapy The way Christina ties her suffering to a larger mission to make it have meaning The way her real-life experiences informed her performance on NCIS Chanting meditations to help move trauma & energy through the body The power of language: being a survivor vs. a victim Surrounding yourself with nurturing energy & being discerning in who you spend time around How we as a community can better support survivors of sexual assault Follow host Keila Dolle: @keiladolle // @cryingbehindpodFollow Christina Elizabeth Smith: @christinaelizabethsmith + @amrtaartThis show is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month of online counseling at https://www.betterhelp.com/cryingbehindpodBe sure to follow Crying Behind Sunglasses on your podcast app and leave a review!Episode guides and more info: www.cryingbehindpod.com
In this episode of The Living Artist, Preston talks with Los Angeles based artist and actress Christina Elizabeth Smith, aka Amrta. In this super fun and deep conversation, Christina shares her (destined to be made into a movie) origin story that goes from being a military child, through conquering the dancing world as teenager, into her acting and fine art journey in Los Angeles, where she has worked on many noteworthy shows such as NCIS: New Orleans, The Young and The Restless, Days of Our Lives, Paradise Lost, Grey's Anatomy, and more, working alongside Geena Davis, Alan Ruck, and Scott Bakula, to name a few. She shares with Preston many acting anecdotes, talks about her relationship with ShockBoxx gallery, her love of Kintsugi and how it relates to her artwork, her Buddhist practice, the importance of spirituality in her life and work, sharing her passion and personal story with the world, and yes, her dogs! TRIGGER WARNING: Christina does share a very intense traumatic event that happened in her life near the end of the interview, which may not be for the faint of heart. It is however a very important story in her life, journey and art, and something that she hopes will help open a dialogue that can help future survivors and change a system that has sadly failed so many. Buckle up for this wonderful and insightful conversation with Amrta! You can discover more of Christina's work and read more of her story on her two Instagram accounts (https://www.instagram.com/amrtaart/ and https://www.instagram.com/christinaelizabethsmith/). Also check out her IMDB page for some cool acting and video highlights! For more information on Preston M. Smith and his artwork, visit https://www.pmsartwork.com, or follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/pmsartwork (social media everywhere @pmsartwork). You can also now subscribe to his YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/pmsartwork. Check out The Living Artist in the Spotlight section of Discover Pods (https://discoverpods.com/podcast-spotlight-living-artist/). Great interview with links to all sorts of places! Thank you to Discover Pods. You can now support the Podcast. Go to https://www.pmsartwork.com/podcast to check it out. Huge thank you to Feedspot for choosing The Living Artist for their list of the Top 30 Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021. It is a huge honor to have made this amazing list (coming in at #8) with so many other wonderful podcasts. Big thank you to Feedspot! You can check out this list and more of Feedspot at https://blog.feedspot.com/art_podcasts. Podcast theme music: "Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com"
Join Steve as he interviews Research Meteorologist Dr. Elizabeth Smith. Dr. Smith has done incredible research with the boundary layer of the lower troposphere and she explains exactly what that is and what her research is finding. Growing up in a small town in West Virginia and being an outstanding student is part of her inspiring story of how she got to her job today; at the National Severe Storms Laboratory in Norman, OK. She is awesome! Enjoy!
Elizabeth Smith - COVID 19 and Workers’ Compensation
HR Power Hour
This week on HR Power Hour: We all know the importance of workers’ compensation insurance but how does it relate to the current pandemic and COVID-19?In some states, what is known as a presumption has be instituted, resulting in certain classes of employees who become sick as being presumed to have contracted the virus at work. How does this work and what implications are created? What does it mean and what things should HR Professionals have at top of mind when thinking about workers compensation during the pandemic? Join Elizabeth Connellan Smith, Labor and Employment Attorney at Verrill to find out the answers to these questions and more. That’s next week on the HR Power Hour.
The Whitechapel Murder Cases- Emma Elizabeth Smith,1888
Crime: the rest is history
Though Jack the Riper had believed to be only five victims but this was the first murder case of that year and police opened the file as the Whitechapel Murder case....So find out how the victims were killed in that most haunted year of the century....--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lavanya-z/message