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Sarah Osborne

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Episode 20 - Sarah Osborne, Health & Wellness Coach talks self confidence & negative self talk.

Struggles to Success - Redefining Resilience

In this episode we talk with Sarah Osborne of 'So Life Coach' Sarah opens up to speak about her teen years and her struggles with self loathing, negative self talk and body image, and how this has helped shape her own health journey.  Through her struggles she now understands the importance of mental and physical health and the role that consistent habits play in this. Sarah is a school teacher, yoga instructor, fitness instructor and health & wellness coach. Connecting with and guiding other people on their journeys is close to her heart and she aims to help women overcome the demons in their own minds and open up their hearts. You can find Sarah on the links below https://www.facebook.com/solifecoach https://www.instagram.com/solifecoach/


29 Oct 2020

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Where There Are Witches: Tituba, Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne

Sex Appeal: Women on Trial

In this long awaited Where There Are Witches episode, Kit discusses the trials of Tituba, Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne. Follow us on Instagram @sexappealpodcast, Twitter @sexappealpod, and visit our website sexappealpodcast.weebly.com for updates and extras.


2 Aug 2020

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Episode 4: Sarah Osborne

The Writers Voice

Sarah Osborne talks about cozy mysteries, pantsing versus plotting, and her take on writing that first draft.


17 Jun 2020

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Sarah Osborne's, Rhian Young's & Rowan Irwin's Story

Henderson Hall Oral History Project

Sarah Osborne, Rhian Young & Rowan Irwin talk about the Tennis Club


21 Apr 2020

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Stories to Stretch You: Sarah Osborne - One Family. Three Generations of Drug Dealers


Family Business | Small Business | Family Business Culture The family drug store has been around for over 100 years in Owensboro, Kentucky. ElizaBeth's grandfather, Bill, is the oldest practicing pharmacist in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. In today's episode, ElizaBeth has a conversation with her cousin, Sarah, whose father, Jeff, now runs the family business. They talk about what it means to grow up in family businesses, what impressions that made on them, and how being a part of things from an early age helped them make easier decisions later in life.  Sarah's Shameless Plugs: The Business: https://www.danhauerdrugs.com The YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/FabFourArchivist The Podcast: http://aboveaverageshow.com =-=-=-= Ready to get started with a podcast of your own? Do you live in San Diego? Contact us online at http://BetaHaus.Studio and schedule a time to come by and see how we can help make that happen! Follow us on all those beautiful social channels, too: Instagram: @BetaHausStudio Twitter: @BetaHausStudio  Facebook.com/betahausstudio If you read this far, you're awesome. Give yourself a high-five from us :) 


3 May 2019

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Dean’s Forum on “Sarah Osborne’s World” by Catherine A. Brekus

Divinity School (video)

If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please send a message to digicomm@uchicago.edu.A Dean’s Forum “Wednesday Lunch” on Professor Catherine A. Brekus’s recent book, “Sarah Osborne’s World: The Rise of Evangelical Christianity in Early America.” The Dean’s Forum series invites Divinity School faculty to engage in conversation in a public forum.


15 Jan 2014