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Relaxations stories that help children calm down and learn social-emotional skills by guiding them through visualization and breathing exercises focused on kindness and fun science facts. Perfect for parents or teachers who want to teach mindfulness and self-regulation. Download the mp3, listen in Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Leela Kids, or listen online at www.PeaceOutPodcast.com.

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Missed the event? For upcoming events and podcast updates, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Our online home is www.peaceoutpodcast.com. Join our monthly mailing list for Peace Out Podcast news and mindfulness activities!  Like what you hear? Become a Peace Out Patron to get access to perks like personalized birthday messages and live Family Yoga Hour with Chanel!   Join us on National Pet Day for a live Peace Out relaxation story all about our favourite pets! We’ll play fun mindfulness games and create a Peace Out relaxation story together.  Sunday, April 11, 202111:00 AM - 12:00 Noon Eastern Time On Zoom Register in advance for this meeting HERE.After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Hope to see you there!  Subscribe here to our monthly newsletter for mindfulness activities and Peace Out news, like live events such as this one, and updates.  © 2021 Peace Out Podcast, Chanel Tsang. All rights reserved. All episodes are written, narrated, and produced by Chanel Tsang. Please do not use without permission. For more information please contact hello@chaneltsang.com.  Music credit: Rainbows by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4261-rainbows License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license  
In this bonus episode for parents, caregivers, and educators, Chanel shares her favourite mindfulness meditation practice called Mettā Meditation, or Loving Kindness Meditation. This is a practice that comes from Buddhism and its intention is to cultivate an attitude of benevolence and goodwill towards ourself and others, by repeating short phrases, like: “may you be happy” and “may you be healthy.” Loving Kindness Song  I hope you're happy I hope you're happy And healthy And healthy Always be safe Always be safe Live with ease Live with ease (To the tune of "Frère Jacques") Subscribe here to our monthly newsletter for mindfulness activities and Peace Out news and updates.  References: Fredrickson, B. L., Cohn, M. A., Coffey, K. A., Pek, J., & Finkel, S. M. (2008). Open Hearts Build Lives: Positive Emotions, Induced Through Loving-Kindness Meditation, Build Consequential Personal Resources. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95(5), 1045–1062. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0013262 Siegel, D. (2015). Part II: Your brain. Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain. S.: Penguin Random House.  Young, S. (2016). What is mindfulness? A contemplative perspective. In K. A. Schonert-Reichl & R. W. Roeser (Eds.), Mindfulness in behavioral health. Handbook of mindfulness in education: Integrating theory and research into practice (p. 29–45). Springer Publishing. © 2021 Peace Out Podcast, Chanel Tsang. All rights reserved. All episodes are written, narrated, and produced by Chanel Tsang. Full transcript of each episode is available upon request. Please e-mail hello@chaneltsang.com.
Hi, this is Chanel Tsang from Peace Out Podcast. Peace Out is on a break, but I want to invite you to join me for one of Peace Out’s first LIVE events! We’ll do the Calm Down Countdown and chill out with a relaxation story together!   Festival of Giving (October 24, 2020) On Saturday, October 24th, 2020, I’ll be at Doing Good Together’s Festival of Giving. This fun event will have different kindness activities, service projects that you can do as a family, read-aloud story time, singing and dancing, and more! The event is free and online this year so anyone can join the fun! I’ll be at the opening event at 10:00 a.m. Central on Zoom, guiding kids and families in a Loving Kindness Yoga session. We’ll do a relaxation story together, just like on the podcast, and then end with a Loving Kindness practice, like the one we did in our Mycelium Mindfulness episode! Register for this event at Doing Good Together’s website.   Family Yoga Day! (November 7, 2020) I’ll be doing a live Peace Out relaxation story on Saturday, November 7th at 11:30 a.m. EST. I’m partnering with my friend Michelle at Parivartan Yoga for a really awesome family yoga day on Zoom! First, we’ll get together to do a Peace Out story. Then, I’ll have a special fun activity just for kids to do while the grown-ups do a yoga class with Michelle (and of course if you want to do the yoga class too, you can!). Then at the end we’ll all come back together and share our activities as a group! This event is by donation and all proceeds will go to one of the food banks near us so we can support our neighbours who might need some extra help right now. Register in advance for this meeting here! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.   I hope I can see you at one of these fun events! I’m so excited to bring Peace Out to you live and get to see your faces and do the breathing exercises together, even though we might live far apart. For more information, see this episode’s notes or go to our website peaceoutpodcast.com.   Keep in touch! Sign up for our new mailing list for a monthly newsletter with updates on Peace Out as well as mindfulness activities and resources. Here’s our latest newsletter. Follow Peace Out on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. If you like what you hear, please consider supporting Peace Out’s new Patreon. Copyright 2021 Chanel Tsang. All Rights Reserved.
Get comfy and settle in because we’re going to spend the first part of this guided relaxation talking about mindfulness. This episode is lighter on movement and more focused on listening. Thank you for joining us this season! We are going to miss you while we are away writing and recording season five *NEW* Join our new Peace Out Podcast Mailing List for monthly updates, news, and fun mindfulness activities. We have one more episode in Season 4 and then I will be taking a few months to research, write, and record Season 5. There are a few changes coming up and I’ll keep in touch through the mailing list. Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections):  Social-emotional connections: Interconnectedness of nature and humans, compassion, empathy Resources Cell (Britannica Kids) Non-Judgment: What is it? And Why Does it Matter? (4 Benefits) By Patrick Buggy (Simple and clear explanation of non-judgement!) 20/20/20 Rule (to prevent eye strain from looking at screens), American Optometric Association Give Your Child's Eyes a Screen-Time Break: Here's Why Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Time In, T-Rex! 🦖

Time In, T-Rex! 🦖

2020-07-2017:031

Nothing is as relaxing as a dinosaur’s roar, right? Right? Hmm, well we’re going to try to relax, stretch, and breathe today as we talk about (and pretend to be) the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex! We’ll shake our tails, do the T.rex Twist, and even float in today’s guided relaxation for kids and anyone who is looking to relax mindfully, playfully! ☺ *NEW* Join our new Peace Out Podcast Mailing List for monthly updates, news, and fun mindfulness activities. We have one more episode in Season 4 and then I will be taking a few months to research, write, and record Season 5. There are a few changes coming up and I’ll keep in touch through the mailing list.  Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections): Tyrannosaurus rex life cycle, extinction  Social-emotional connections: Perceptions, open mindedness, anti-racism  Resources Tyrannosaurus Rex (American Museum of Natural History) Tyrannosaurs Rex (National Geographic Kids) Tyrannosaurus Rex: Facts about T.Rex, King of the Dinosaurs (Live Science) What Did a Baby T.rex Look Like? (American Museum of Natural History on YouTube, about 6min.) Baby T. Rex Was an Adorable Ball of Fluff (LiveScience.com) A relative of T. rex has been discovered in Alberta—and its name is terrifying (CBC Kids News) Everything We Though We Knew About T.Rex Is Wrong (The Nature of Things with David Suzuki episode, CBC, about 45 mins.) If you’re outside of Canada you can watch the full documentary at https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6d590l the section on how T.Rex may have sounded starts at 34mins in. Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
A Cloud of Cicadas

A Cloud of Cicadas

2020-06-2919:031

We’re going underground today to learn more about the life cycle of cicadas! These incredible insects live underground for 17 years before emerging altogether—all 1.5 million of them!  During the first breathing exercise called Backbone Breathing (our kid-friendly version of yogic spinal breathing), we are going to breathe in to fill up our “tummy tanks” and make an imaginary car drive up our spine, or backbone, and breathe out to go back down the backbone road. The goal is to pay more attention to the spine because it helps us breathe better (especially when we fill up our “tummy tank”) and improves our posture, so our chest and shoulders are more open, allowing us to breathe in and out more deeply.  If you are listening with someone else, you can take turns: one person follows along with the directions and breathe while the other traces their spine, paying attention to when they are breathing in (up) and breathing out (down). Rewind the episode to switch and take turns doing the breathing exercise!  Please subscribe to Peace Out so you don’t miss an episode and leave us a review and five stars if you like what you hear! This will help other kids and families find us and then find their calm too! Thank you!  Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections): insects, cicadas, defence mechanisms, prime numbers,  Social-emotional connections: patience, practice, different types of intelligence  Resources Cicadas (National Geographic) 10 scintillating facts about cicadas (CBC) Amazing Cicada Life Cycle (Sir David Attenborough’s Life in the Undergrowth) on YouTube (About 5 min.) 17 Year Periodical Cicadas (Planet Earth, BBC Earth) on YouTube (About 4 min., better for older children) Why Are Cicadas So Good at Math? (PBS.org) (About 5 min. Good intro to cicadas and their life cycle, with a very brief image at the beginning that some younger children may find initially scary but is meant to be humorous and is explained immediately. Would recommend, it’s very interesting!) Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Salmon Run Home

Salmon Run Home

2020-06-1418:41

We’re all spending most of our time at home now, so you may relate a lot to our friends in today’s relaxation story: salmon. Salmon have a superpower and that’s finding their way home, no matter how far they swim away.  We hope that you are safe and happy at home right now.  Stay well and take care, everyone.  Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections): salmon, salmon life cycle, migration patterns, predators, animals’ homing instincts Social-emotional connections: returning home, roots, family, taking the time to respond vs. react to make good choices ’Resources Salmon Life Cycle, Marine Institute  Homing (animal behavior), Britannica Salmon Run at Port Hope, Ontario (YouTube video, about 20seconds, shows the salmon jumping over a waterfall!) Fish: Salmon Fish at Sea and Fish Spawning - Something Fishy: Kids Lesson 6 (YouTube video, about 5 minutes, created for 10-12 year-olds) Salmon Run – Bronte Creek Underwater (YouTube video, about 4 minutes) Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
A quick update

A quick update

2020-06-0107:00

We just wanted to let you know about an update to the Peace Out schedule Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Today we’re going on a field trip today! Activate those imaginations and get ready to spend some time outdoors in the park as we practice mindfulness together.  We miss being outdoors with our family, friends, and other people so we designed this episode to feel and sound like we’re really outside in a park together. It is a great episode to listen to with headphones to get the full experience!  We talk about a mindfulness meditation analogy that was adapted from the well-known bird and ship analogy by renowned Tibetan Buddhist Lama Gelek Rimpoche.  Stay well and take care, everyone. Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Seahorses are seriously interesting creatures! Learn more about these fish as we breathe, move, and relax together.  A core part of Peace Out is social-emotional learning. Today we talk about how we can check in with our family and friends during this challenging time.  We also introduce Alternate Nostril Breathing, a pranayama (yogic breathing) practice that has a lot of benefits. As we are explaining it over audio only here, we will do a simplified version of the hand movement to keep things simple. I hope I’ve explained it clearly in the episode, but you may want to take a look at our resources to get the visual explanation of the concept.  If you and your children are interested, I’ve included a couple of YouTube video links showing the proper hand movement and also another simpler version for kids.  Before you listen, it might be a good idea to make sure there are no stuffy noses and wash hands as we will be touching our face during this exercise. Then wash hands afterwards too. 🙂 Stay well and take care, everyone.  Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections): seahorse life cycle Social-emotional connections: emotional literacy and connection  Resources 7 Wild Facts You May Not Know about Seahorses (Ocean Conservancy)  10 Things You Never Knew About Seahorses (Smithsonian) 3 Reasons Why Everyone Should Try Alternate Nostril Breathing (Mind Body Green Health) Balance Breath (Alternative Nostril) for Parents and Classrooms (Fablefy)- YouTube video for kids Alternate Nostril Breathing for Kids (Donna Freeman)- YouTube video offering a simpler two-hand option  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
See Star? Sea Star!

See Star? Sea Star!

2020-04-2217:58

Have you ever seen a starfish? Another name for this invertebrate is sea star! Sea stars are really cool and can even regenerate! If you’re not sure what that means, check out this new relaxation story where we go through the life cycle of a sea star.  Stay well and take care, everyone.  Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections): Sea stars (starfish), regeneration (biology) Social-emotional connections: self-care, importance of rest  Resources Starfish, National Geographic Kids What is Regeneration? (YouTube video) (for older children, adults) Full transcript of each episode is available upon request. Please e-mail PeaceOut@bedtime.fm.  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Find your Forest

Find your Forest

2020-04-0618:06

We pretend to whistle with an acorn cap today, bring our hands near our mouth. Feel free to skip this one and/or make sure everyone has washed their hands right before listening. Did you know that trees talk to each other? They do! Mother trees can send food to their saplings. Trees that are being attacked can send warnings to their neighbours. Trees help each other and that connection is very important for their own survival and health.  Oh yes, of course we’re doing a tree pose today(!), along with a couple other relaxation exercises.  We also mention the Australian bushfires. During the time of writing, it was announced that there are no more active fires for the first time since July 2019! Great news, but the devastation from these mass fires will take months and even years to recover from, especially now with COVID-19, and you can help. Here are a few places accepting donations at the link below. (And as with any charitable donation, it’s best to do some research into the organization to ensure you’re happy where your donations are going.) Here's how to help Australia bushfire victims by Amy Chillag and Lauren Lee, CNN Of course there are many, many people who need support right now in our own neighbourhoods too, so if you can, think about donating to your local food banks and shelters.  Stay well and take care, everyone.  Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections): Trees, root systems, air pollution  Social-emotional connections: Connection (support systems: family and friends, neighbours)  Resource  I Can Name 50 Trees Today! All About Trees (Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat Learning Library) By Bonnie Worth  The Hidden Life of Trees: What they Feel, How they Communicate—Discoveries from a Secret World by Peter Wohleben  Lonely Doug: The Story of Canada’s Last Great Trees by Harley Rustad How to Whistle an Acorn Cap (this is to keep in mind for the future, right now may not be the best time to do this) Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Time to Pause: Friday

Time to Pause: Friday

2020-03-2705:44

It’s the end of the week so it’s time to relaaax! Today we’re going to do a top to toes relaxation exercise. Mindfulness Activity: We are focusing on relaxing our bodies today but it’s also important to keep active and moving. If you can’t get outside to play in the fresh air and sunshine, you can still play some fun movement games in the house. Here are a few ideas (just be careful of the things and people around you): Walk up and down the stairs 5 times (try doing this in different ways: slow motion, fast without stamping, skipping one step, backwards while holding the railing)Play sports with a beach ball or balloon. You can kick it around, try to keep it in the air, play volleyball, or aim in into a basket. Do yoga! Find some kids’ yoga videos or cards to stretch and move and balance. Yoga poses can help build your muscles, improve your coordination and balance (which is great for sports), and keep your body AND your brain active! Take a long string or ball of yarn and make a path around the room. Balance as you walk along the line. You can make straight and curvy lines! Try walking backwards too. Follow the leader. The leader crosses the room in any way except walking while the other person copies their movement. Take turns being the leader.  Hope that’s enough to get you started! If you think of other fun and safe movement games to play indoors, please share it with us on Twitter (@peaceoutpodcast), Instagram (@peaceoutstories), or on the Bedtime FM Facebook page! We’d love to see how you’re keeping active!  Subscribe to Peace Out on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app. You can also listen at peaceoutpodcast.com.  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Just breathe! Today is all about breathing as we play the Birthday Cake Breathing Game! 🤤 Mindfulness Activity: Make your own pinwheel to help focus on your breathing!  Easy Pencil Pinwheel Pinwheel (with template) Subscribe to Peace Out on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app. You can also listen at peaceoutpodcast.com.  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Think you have a good memory? We’re going to test that out today! Mindfulness Activity: Share one of your favourite memories with someone by drawing a picture, writing a story, showing them a photo, or just by telling them about it! (Ask them about their favourite memories too!) Subscribe to Peace Out on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app. You can also listen at peaceoutpodcast.com.  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Time to Pause: Tuesday

Time to Pause: Tuesday

2020-03-2406:37

It’s all about the senses today as we do a simple grounding exercise. This good for those who experience anxiety or are having anxious thoughts.  NOTE: We will explore the sense of taste and smell, so it may be helpful to have a piece of fruit or veggie stick ready!  Mindfulness Activity: Go outside for a sensory walk! Choose one of your senses to focus on during different parts of your walk (what can you see, hear, smell, touch right now?).  You can try this listening game outside: find a safe place to stop, close your eyes, and focus on the sounds you are hearing. Put up your fist and then one finger for each sound you hear until your whole hand is open. Share what sounds you heard and see if someone heard different sounds. ** Remember to stay 6 feet / 2 metres (or 3 kids' arm length) distance away from other people on your walk. Maybe you can bring along some more fruit and veggies to snack on after your walk!  Subscribe to Peace Out on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app. You can also listen at peaceoutpodcast.com.  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Time to Pause: Monday

Time to Pause: Monday

2020-03-2306:36

Today we do a Loving Kindness practice, sending friendly wishes to four people in our lives, including ourselves!  Mindfulness Activity: Call a relative or friends to say hello today!  Subscribe to Peace Out on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app. You can also listen at peaceoutpodcast.com.  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Many countries are closing schools in response to the coronavirus, which means students are home for awhile. Things are confusing and changing everyday, so now it’s more important than ever to take time out of our days to pause so we can rest, recharge, and go back to life with a clear and calm mind.  So we’ve recorded five mini episodes (one for every weekday) that can be listened to at the beginning or any point of your day to help build mindfulness into your child’s routine. We’re calling them “Time to Pause”. You can create a routine and healthy habits by listening to them again on the designated day of the week.  And remember: Social distancing doesn’t mean emotional distancing. Kids and parents and family can listen to the Time to Pause episodes together, they’re only a couple minutes long! We even add an activity that you can do after the episode is over, most are ways to express kindness to others, something that I really think is needed at this time.  Peace Out is part of KidsListen, which has put together a round up of educational podcast episodes, including science podcasts explaining the coronavirus, fun and silly story podcasts for screen-free entertainment, and mindfulness and relaxation podcasts like ours. Check it out at www.kidslisten.org/activity-podcast.  Subscribe to Peace Out Podcast on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app.  Follow us on Twitter (@peaceoutpodcast), Instagram (@peaceoutstories), and Facebook (@bedtimefm).  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Tomatoes, Bees, and Me

Tomatoes, Bees, and Me

2020-03-1615:38

Are tomatoes a fruit or a vegetable? Today we’re talking about being adaptable while we move, breathe, and imagine that we’re a growing tomato plant and also a buzzing bumble bee! One of our poses today, inspired by boat pose in yoga, is quite challenging, using a lot of core muscles. A couple of options are given, but one more that can be used is holding behind the knees. Encourage your child(ren) to rest whenever they need it. If you’d like to tell us about a time when someone did something kind for you, please send a voice recording to peaceout@bedtime.fm with “Kindness Story (child’s name)” as the subject. We will listen and respond to each one and choose a few to include on future Peace Out episodes!  Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections): plants, buzz pollination, nutrition Social-emotional connections: awareness and consideration of others, being adaptable to the situation, resiliency Resource What’s the Buzz? How Tomatoes are Pollinated by Christine Casey The Importance of Bees, Canada Agriculture and Food Museum  Coping with change: teaching adaptability will help children grow, The Conversation Understanding temperament: Adaptability, The Center for Parenting Education  Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
Mycelium Mindfulness

Mycelium Mindfulness

2020-03-0217:08

Today we talk about mycelium. To me, this is such an interesting topic, so I’ve included some links below if you want to learn more!  We also do a Loving Kindness practice today. This is when we think of four people (ourselves, someone we love, someone we find difficult, a neutral person) while we say: May you be happy May you be healthy May you be safe May you live with ease  This is a beautiful practice that helps encourage kindness. And speaking of kindness, if you’d like to tell us about a time when someone did something kind for you, please send a voice recording to peaceout@bedtime.fm with “Kindness Story (child’s name)” as the subject. We will listen and respond to each one and choose a few to include on future Peace Out episodes!  Today’s Themes Scientific (curriculum connections): mushrooms, mycelium, root systems Social-emotional connections: interconnectedness  Resources Nature Anatomy: The Curious Parts & Pieces of the Natural World by Julia Rothman (I love this beautifully illustrated book!) Plants talk to each other using an internet of fungus by Nic Fleming (BBC) Mushroom Tutorial, Brandeis University List of Mushroom Types from A to Z, Gardening Channel Video: Joe’s Big Idea: Inspired By A Fungus, Inventor Creates Biodegradable Packaging (NPR) Video: David Suzuki wants Canada to embrace renewable energy before it's too late (for older children, adults) Why not listen to more of Peace Out from Bedtime FM Drop us an email to hello@bedtime.fm, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
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Karl Liebherr

Love this podcast hope your back soon

Jan 20th
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Lewis KNIGHT

peace out is amazing how do you make the episodes so relaxing

Jun 12th
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Lewis KNIGHT

hi i realylove this episode

Jun 11th
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Raquel Betini

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Apr 28th
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Samantha Moore

We absolutely adore this podcast! It is our favorite at bedtime!!! WE LOVE Calm Down Countdown 🥰🥰🥰

Feb 7th
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Nancy Santellla

I love it cuz when I'm stressed to help me calm down so does hanging out with my chickens the sounds a little weird but I'm a devoted chicken mom as you would say cuz I take good care of my babies they all have different personalities different names and they're all super sweet I love

Nov 3rd
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Nancy Santellla

I'm saying centella I'm 13 years old am I calling thing when I'm stressed is hanging out with my my safe spot is hanging out with my chickens I know that sounds a little weird but I love my chickens like whenever they're injured I take care of them I I fix them in any way

Nov 3rd
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Brooke L M Stage

love this podcast

Sep 27th
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Raquel Betini

this is our favourite episode!!

Sep 26th
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Sanath ramesh

clam and relaxing

Jul 17th
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Estelle

I cant wait til my toddler is older so I can introduce these to her!

Mar 29th
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Mark goodwin

It says peace out but it's so high energy and silly and crazy. And... "joke of the week"!!? On a relaxing podcast? Come on, stay true to the vision

Mar 11th
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Jessica Marie

Great podcast. The intro on every episode makes for a less relaxing beginning but overall, once to the point, is a great concept.

Mar 10th
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Rachel Berry

we love this epidode! calms us down every time ;)

Jan 9th
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Spencer Bourgeous

kids stories

Jul 7th
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Jill Figgins

I've noticed that this podcast expects your belly to get bigger when you breathe out and smaller when you breathe in. That's backwards. Your belly gets big when you breathe in as your lungs fill with air. Your belly gets small when you breathe out as you release air.

Jun 10th
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SPICY PANDA SAUCE

I like peace out

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Angela Hertzberg

this is a amazing

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Angela Hertzberg

my family likes this

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SPICY PANDA SAUCE

I love it

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