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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Amy Wilson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Amy Wilson, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Amy Wilson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Amy Wilson, often where they are interviewed.

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Amy Wilson aka Blind Amy

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This week I connect with Amy Wilson aka Blind Amy on Tik Tok.  Amy has a great outlook on life and has become a source of information for other blind people on social media. 

Amy is also a blind May Kay consultant, she has started a group in her town for teens and speaks very highly of the NFB.

find amy on Facebook Amy SP Wilson or on tik tok as blindamy  

Aug 22 2020 · 32mins
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Interviewing Amy Wilson, A bBlind Makeup Artist and Advocate for The NFB

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Today we dive deep into the life of Amy Wilson. A chapter president of the NFB and a blind Mary Kay spokes woman. We talk about our struggles, our annoyances, and life being blind.
Aug 08 2020 · 52mins
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Ep. 15 Amy Wilson on her dyslexic kids' inspiring educational journeys

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Amy Wilson has three dyslexic children, two who have graduated college and one who is college-bound. She shared with me her decision to homeschool when her children were failing to thrive in public school. Being a mom to dyslexic kids, we had so much in common, but I think you’ll find many aspects that relate to your situation, whether or not your kids are divergent learners. We talked about so many great parts of parenting, like getting out of your kids’ ways and believing in their potential. She is a wonderful example of advocating for your children and finding resources. We referenced these resources in the interview: Susan Barton, Laura Rogen and Wired for Reading,  The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan, Brain Integration Therapy, Rate My Professor, and the books Mindset, Grit, Presence, and Outliers. Follow me on Instagram @ifhomeschoolwallscouldtalk or email me at homeschoolwalls@gmail.com

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Aug 06 2020 · 59mins
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Book Talk With Amy Wilson

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Welcome to Book Talk, a weekly show on WSLU where we talk to workers in books on the matters that matter to them. On today's episode, our host Amy Wilson speaks with M. about "unlisted" jobs in publishing and what it takes to get your foot in the door in the industry.
May 21 2020 · 12mins
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#82 "That looks dangerous! Should I say something?" With Margaret Ables and Amy Wilson of What Fresh Hell

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In this week's episode, we welcome Amy Wilson and Margaret Ables (who you might recognize from the What Fresh Hell podcast) for a hilarious conversation about parenting in quarantine and a listener question! We talk about how to handle one kid who's taking up all your bandwidth, the struggles of parenting an only child during isolation, the rule to never interrupt a happy quarantined person.


Amy Wilson is the author of When Did I Get Like This? The Screamer, The Worrier, The Dinosaur-Chicken-Nugget Buyer, and Other Mothers I Swore I’d Never Be and of Mother Load, a one-woman show which she toured to 16 cities after its hit off-Broadway run. She appeared as a series regular in two sitcoms (Daddio on NBC and Norm on ABC) and wrote and performed sketch comedy for NBC’s Live on Tape, which filmed in Saturday Night Live’s studio 8H. She and her husband live in New York City with their three kids.

Margaret Ables is a comedian and writer whose work has appeared on MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, and PBS. Margaret created television shows for Klasky Csupo (creators of Rugrats) and was the head of video production for Nickelodeon’s mom-centric channel NickMom. Margaret also teaches improv and public speaking in correctional facilities for the non-profit organization Rehabilitation Through the Arts. She and her husband live in Westchester, NY, with their three kids.




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May 11 2020 · 31mins
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#25 - Amy Wilson, The Great Pause

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Actress, writer, and co-host of the award winning podcast “What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood” Amy Wilson joins us to share her experience self-isolating with older children, trying to keep them fed, and protecting them from the fear of this pandemic. We also revisit the “pause” that becoming a mother forces us to take and how much it has in common with this global experience we are having, forcing us to take a moment away from work, grappling with the unknown, knowing that when we do return, it won’t be the same, that we will be forever changed...just like becoming a mother.


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May 11 2020 · 55mins
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EP118: Children, Small Spaces and Too Much Stuff with Margaret Ables and Amy Wilson

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Today I bring you my conversation with Margaret Ables and Amy Wilson, comedians, mothers, and hosts of the podcast What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of MotherhoodWhat Fresh Hell regularly ranks at the top of the Parenting and Kids and Family charts on Apple Podcasts, and is nearing two million lifetime downloads. In each episode Margaret and Amy discuss a parenting topic from their usually-completely opposite perspectives. Today, we discuss a variety of minimalist topics: from older children, toys, living in small spaces and just the weight of having 'too much'.

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Apr 30 2020 · 44mins
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Episode 110 - Amy Wilson Parents (And More!)

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Amy Wilson talks about having a family, gives tips on how to annoy a pregnant woman at a party, and explains why people from Spain might be happy even if they aren't smiling.

Apr 27 2020 · 42mins
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EP12 - COVID-19 - With Amy Wilson, 4th-Year Naturopathic Medical Student.

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We're diving deep about the COVID-19 pandemic with Amy Wilson, 4th-Year Naturopathic Medical Student. Join us in this episode where we provide health tips & tricks, education, support, and positivity during these current times. Stay healthy, safe & enjoy!

Mar 27 2020 · 29mins
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EP04 - What is a Naturopathic Doctor? With 4th-Year Naturopathic Medicine Student Amy Wilson.

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Who's curious about what a Naturopathic Doctor (N.D.) is? In this episode, we cut through the information about what it means to be an N.D. and what to expect in your appointments. Tune in to our time with the talented and wonderful Amy Wilson, nutritionist and 4th-year naturopathic medicine student!

Oct 25 2019 · 31mins
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