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Therapy of the Absurd Ep.30 Ronny Pascale & Jennifer Le

Therapy of the Absurd

Therapy of the Absurd Ep.30   Our special guests tonight are Comedian/Producer Ronny Pascale and Comedian/Tarot Reader Jennifer Le. Plus our weekly shenanigans! Put the kids to bed. Make a drink. Eat your edibles. Make a sandwich. Throw your feet up. It's party time! Let the therapeutic healing begin. Watch the broadcast live every Thursday at 8 PM PST on Youtube, Facebook, Twitch & Periscope.  Guests: Ronny Pascale: IG @ronnypascale Jennifer Le: IG @intentjen Hosts: Stephen Bowman: IG @stephenbowmancomedy, Danna Kiel: IG @dannakiel, Dan Ochoa: IG @danochoa79, Stacy Ines: IG @stacyyines We will see you all next week. Have a wicked awesome weekend! 

2hr 13mins

6 Mar 2021

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#1 Introduction We are Sarah Kwan and Jennifer Le Soon

Moms and Real Estate- Entrepreneurship to Parenthood

We are Sarah Kwan and Jennifer Le Soon. Join us on the journey in the Real Estate world while we navigate Parenthood and everything related.

9mins

15 Feb 2021

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EP.03 Jennifer Le on plant medicine, spirituality, and mental health

Kay Chat

In this episode we chat with Jennifer Le about plant medicine, spirituality, and mental health. More specifically we chatted micro-dosing to aide depression, her magic mushroom trips, meditation and traveling. Jennifer’s Top Mindful practices:AffirmationsMeditationVisualizationJournalingResources:Instagram.com/Kaychatpodcast Facebook.com/Kaychatpodcast Instagram.com/intentjenTiktok- IntentjenBooks: The Miracle Morning

55mins

2 Dec 2020

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Intuitive Minds Podcast Ep. 44: @Jennifer Le

Intuitive Minds Podcast

In this episode i sit down with NEXT JENERATION CEO JENNIFER LE. we discuss her upbringing in Brooklyn, Fashion, and her 14 year experience wearing many hats at New York's Hip Hop radio station HOT 97, plus much more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/intuitive-minds-podcast/support

1hr 6mins

6 Nov 2020

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#55 - Quarter Life Crisis with Jennifer Le (_jdle)

Perfectly Imperfect with Christine and Regina

Our 20's can be a super confusing and frustrating time. It's no wonder that 80% of us go through a quarter life crisis where we're trying to make sense of things. Where are we going? Are we moving fast enough? Which path is the "right" path? Am I making the "right" decisions to get to where I want/should be at in 5, 10 years?This week we bring on our amazing, extremely talented, and super punny girlfriend, Jenn Le who is currently going through her quarter life crisis. We go through the different phases of any crisis and reflect on what is it that we're searching for.Follow Jenn - Instagram: @_jdleFollow us on social!Christine - Instagram: @xoxochristinechen; Twitter: @christinechen4Regina - Instagram: @regina.fang; Twitter: @reginafangPerfectly Imperfect - Instagram: @perfectly.imperfect.podcast; Facebook: perfectlyimperfectpodcastNEW episodes every TUESDAY!Remember to rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes and don't forget to tell a friend about the show :) See you guys next week!Send us feedback/questions at theperfectlyimperfectpodcast@gmail.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/perfectlyimperfectpodcast/support

53mins

22 Aug 2019

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Jennifer Le Zotte on the Sale and Consumption of Second-Hand Clothing

Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast

For decades, consumers of second-hand goods have argued that purchasing used items allows buyers to opt out of capitalism, saving money and environmental resources in the process. As one thrifty advice blog puts it, “Buying used goods cuts down on manufacturing demands and keeps more items out of the landfill!” But what exactly is the relationship between the purchase and sale of second-hand goods and capitalism more broadly? On this episode, Jennifer Le Zotte tells us about the sale and consumption of second-hand clothing in the twentieth century. Jennifer Le Zotte is Assistant Professor of History and Material Culture at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. She is the author of From Goodwill to Grunge: A History of Secondhand Styles and Alternative Economies.

38mins

1 Aug 2018

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Jennifer Le Zotte, “From Goodwill to Grunge: A History of Secondhand Styles and Alternative Economies” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in Gender

In From Goodwill to Grunge: A History of Secondhand Styles and Alternative Economies (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), historian Jennifer Le Zotte examines the movement of selling secondhand goods for profit and charity. Focusing on thrift stores, flea markets, and garage sales, Le Zotte traces the history of selling used goods and clothing, from its questionable start to becoming a multimillion dollar business. In From Goodwill to Grunge, Le Zotte traces the origins of secondhand style as a political, economic, and social act. She explores the ways in which both conservative and progressive activists used secondhand clothing for political and economic gains. Starting in the early 1900s and progressing through the 1990s grunge rock scene, Le Zotte shows how buying secondhand clothing was an act of rebellion and empowerment for drag queens and war protestors as well as the use of rummage sales for religious and political activism for church groups and civil rights organizations. Extensively researched, Le Zotte’s contribution to research into fashion and secondhand makes for enjoyable and informative reading that grounds secondhand markets in a variety of popular cultural spaces. Rebekah Buchanan is an Assistant Professor of English at Western Illinois University. Her work examines the role of narrative–both analog and digital–in people’s lives. She is interested in how personal narratives produced in alternative spaces create sites that challenge traditionally accepted public narratives. She researches zines, zine writers and the influence of music subcultures and fandom on writers and narratives. You can find more about her on her website, follow her on Twitter @rj_buchanan or email her at rj-buchanan@wiu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

59mins

15 May 2017

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Jennifer Le Zotte, “From Goodwill to Grunge: A History of Secondhand Styles and Alternative Economies” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in Economics

In From Goodwill to Grunge: A History of Secondhand Styles and Alternative Economies (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), historian Jennifer Le Zotte examines the movement of selling secondhand goods for profit and charity. Focusing on thrift stores, flea markets, and garage sales, Le Zotte traces the history of selling used goods and clothing, from its questionable start to becoming a multimillion dollar business. In From Goodwill to Grunge, Le Zotte traces the origins of secondhand style as a political, economic, and social act. She explores the ways in which both conservative and progressive activists used secondhand clothing for political and economic gains. Starting in the early 1900s and progressing through the 1990s grunge rock scene, Le Zotte shows how buying secondhand clothing was an act of rebellion and empowerment for drag queens and war protestors as well as the use of rummage sales for religious and political activism for church groups and civil rights organizations. Extensively researched, Le Zotte’s contribution to research into fashion and secondhand makes for enjoyable and informative reading that grounds secondhand markets in a variety of popular cultural spaces. Rebekah Buchanan is an Assistant Professor of English at Western Illinois University. Her work examines the role of narrative–both analog and digital–in people’s lives. She is interested in how personal narratives produced in alternative spaces create sites that challenge traditionally accepted public narratives. She researches zines, zine writers and the influence of music subcultures and fandom on writers and narratives. You can find more about her on her website, follow her on Twitter @rj_buchanan or email her at rj-buchanan@wiu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/economics

59mins

15 May 2017

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Jennifer Le Zotte, “From Goodwill to Grunge: A History of Secondhand Styles and Alternative Economies” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in History

In From Goodwill to Grunge: A History of Secondhand Styles and Alternative Economies (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), historian Jennifer Le Zotte examines the movement of selling secondhand goods for profit and charity. Focusing on thrift stores, flea markets, and garage sales, Le Zotte traces the history of selling used goods and clothing, from its questionable start to becoming a multimillion dollar business. In From Goodwill to Grunge, Le Zotte traces the origins of secondhand style as a political, economic, and social act. She explores the ways in which both conservative and progressive activists used secondhand clothing for political and economic gains. Starting in the early 1900s and progressing through the 1990s grunge rock scene, Le Zotte shows how buying secondhand clothing was an act of rebellion and empowerment for drag queens and war protestors as well as the use of rummage sales for religious and political activism for church groups and civil rights organizations. Extensively researched, Le Zotte’s contribution to research into fashion and secondhand makes for enjoyable and informative reading that grounds secondhand markets in a variety of popular cultural spaces. Rebekah Buchanan is an Assistant Professor of English at Western Illinois University. Her work examines the role of narrative–both analog and digital–in people’s lives. She is interested in how personal narratives produced in alternative spaces create sites that challenge traditionally accepted public narratives. She researches zines, zine writers and the influence of music subcultures and fandom on writers and narratives. You can find more about her on her website, follow her on Twitter @rj_buchanan or email her at rj-buchanan@wiu.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

59mins

15 May 2017

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301: How To Create An Explosion In Your Business by Alex and Jennifer Le

MLM Nation

To visit show notes page and resources, go to: www.MLMNation.net/301 Who are Alex and Jennifer Le? Before they discovered network marketing, Alex and Jennifer Le were business owners in the salon industry for over 17 years. They made a comfortable income but had to work 80 - 100 hours a week and had no time. Their daughter Chelsea literally grew up in the salons as she would do her homework in the salons everyday after school and watch her parents work. Alex had health issues when some great friends introduced them to these products made by a MLM company. Alex was able to get his health back on track and got started in the business. Today they are Purple Diamonds and have a business that generates over 18 million in annual sales. They’ve received multiple awards from their company and have a global business of thousands of distributors.

44mins

27 Feb 2017