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Shelter in Place: escape into life.

Shelter in Place: escape into life.

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An award-winning narrative nonfiction podcast reimagining life through creativity and community. With a musician's ear, a writer's pen, and a voice that invites you in, Narrative Podcasts founder Laura Joyce Davis examines life's timely events and timeless questions. Join us as we escape not out of life, but into it.
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Feels Like Home

Feels Like Home

2022-05-1201:09:53

It’s time to step out of the pandemic shadow. After 200 episodes and more than 2 years, we celebrate the journey that has led us from us to you, through the voices in our Shelter in Place neighborhood. Plus, we share our new name, and where we’re headed next. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Want to support this work?  Make a monthly or 1x donation at https://glow.fm/shelter/ Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter.  
What if motherhood could mean finding joy that has nothing to do with the kids? We’re kicking off Mental Health Awareness month with Robyn Alagona Cutler, who has devoted her life to helping moms (and those who want to be them) unlearn cultural norms of putting themselves last in the name of caring and find joy that is all their own. LAST CHANCE: Record a voice memo on your phone and tell us what this podcast has meant to you. Email it to hell@shelterinplacepodcast.org May 8 to be included in our finale episode. Learn more about Robyn Alagona Cutler: https://www.alagonamft.com/ Follow The Postpartum Therapist on Instagram: @the_postpartum_therapist Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org. Want to support this work? Make a monthly or 1x donation at https://glow.fm/shelter/Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter.
In this conversation with the astonishingly prolific, award-winning author Anne Leigh Parrish, we talk about writing, motherhood, and what we can learn from those who prioritize labors of love. Learn more about Anne Leigh Parrish here.Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Tell us what Shelter in Place has meant to you here. Want to support this work? -Make a monthly or one-time donation at https://glow.fm/shelter/ -Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify.-Sign up for our newsletter.
Mother Mine

Mother Mine

2022-04-2130:59

Mothers can be wonderful or controversial. They can shape us profoundly. Laura speaks with fellow podcaster Katie Semro, whose podcast Mother Mine features 75 voices from around the globe about the myriad ways that mothers have made us who we are today. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org. Want to be in our season finale episode? Tell us what Shelter in Place has meant to you here. Leave us a review on Podchaser.com and provide meals in Ukraine! Leave a review for Mother Mine. #Reviews4Good Learn more about Katie, Mother Mine, and 'Til It's Gone here or at www.tilitsgone.com. 
Material Feels

Material Feels

2022-04-1425:41

Laura and fellow Oakland podcaster Catherine Monahon of Material Feels talk about what brings them joy, why they keep creating, and the unexpected gift that podcasting has given them. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Tell us what Shelter in Place has meant to you here. Need instructions? Find them here. Find Material Feels here and more about Catherine Monahon here. Want to support this work?  Make a monthly or one-time donation at https://glow.fm/shelter/ Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter.
Relationships, parties, music, learned optimism, and more: life lessons from an eight-year-old, backed up by psychological research—and a shocking yard work incident. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Send us a voice memo here telling us what Shelter in Place has meant to you! Need recording instructions? Find them here. Support this work: Make a monthly or one-time donation at https://glow.fm/shelter/Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter.
A Time to Change

A Time to Change

2022-03-3143:18

As we close our month-long celebration of 2 years of Shelter in Place, we share some big news. And as we enter April, National Donate Life Month, we share a beautiful story from Laurel Morales of 2 Lives about asking for help when your life depends on it. Tell us what Shelter in Place has meant to you here. Listen and subscribe to 2 Lives episodes here. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Want to support this work?  Make a monthly or 1x donation at https://glow.fm/shelter/ Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our weekly(ish) newsletter. Connect with us @shelterinplacepodcast@PodcastShelter 
It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

2022-03-2431:58

This month, Shelter in Place is celebrating two years. As we approach 200 episodes and move into the final weeks of season 3, we're looking back to where we were a year ago this time, and drawing inspiration from an unlikely source.  Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB  @PodcastShelter on Twitter Want to support this work?  Make a monthly or one-time donation on Glow Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter.
Happy Anniversary

Happy Anniversary

2022-03-1738:36

On our two-year anniversary as a show, we look back to where it all began. Want to support this work?  Make a monthly or one-time donation on Glow Leave us a rating or review on Goodpods, Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB@PodcastShelter on Twitter
Cloud Cuckoo Land

Cloud Cuckoo Land

2022-03-1050:51

What if we could escape to a place where we had everything we needed, where all of our longings were fulfilled? Pulitzer prize-winning author Anthony Doerr shows us how to escape not out of life—but deeper into it. Want to support this work?  Make a monthly or one-time donation on Glow Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB@PodcastShelter on Twitter
The world has always needed fixing. Some weeks it just feels more broken than others. This week, we turn to an unlikely authority to remind us of the things that can help us no matter what state the world is in. Want to support this work?  Make a monthly or one-time donation on Glow Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB @PodcastShelter on Twitter Show notes: World Health Organization’s guide to washing hands. NCBI history of handwashing. NIH article on the health benefits of play Learn more about Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day. Jazz singer and songwriter Suzanna Smith  Kenny Washington, jazz singer and saxophonist Prior episodes mentioned today: The Lotus Eaters, Productivity Unhacked, Dancing Saved My Life, and Finding the Fuego.
Shelter in Place presents Deer Humans, a new podcast series by Eve Bishop about our relationship with the natural world. Want to support this work?  Make a monthly or 1x donation at https://glow.fm/shelter/ Rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Spotify. Sign up for our newsletter. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB@PodcastShelter on Twitter Show notes: Listen and subscribe to Deer Humans. Dance with Making Waves Studios: www.makingwavesstudios.com. Listen to “An Affront to Zeus.” Read Historical Detective Judy Vasos’s book My Dear Good Rosi www.judyvasos.com. Listen to Wild Precious Life.
Laura and Eve Bishop met a little over a year ago—but so much has changed in that time that it feels like a lifetime. They talk about the challenges and changes that have shaped them both, the thing that unites their work, and why they’re still feeling hopeful even in this time of division. Want to support this work? https://glow.fm/shelter/ Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB @PodcastShelter on Twitter Show notes: Dance with Making Waves Studios  Subscribe to Deer Humans Learn more about Eve at www.evebishop.net Listen to Cyclops in Vegas (our season 2 episode that Eve mentions) Listen to What You Make of It (our episode featuring Justin McRoberts that Eve helped create) Listen to A Good Death (the episode Eve pitched, co-created, and co-hosted)
How Can This Be?

How Can This Be?

2022-02-1024:09

This week, we’re doing something a little different. Something a little more playful. Something that can be summed up in one word: Mattéa. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Connect with us on social media: @PodcastShelter on Twitter; @shelterinplacepodcast on IG/FB Enjoying Shelter in Place? Consider supporting us for as little as $5/month! Make a website with PAIR: pair.com/free. Promo code: QUICKSTART Listen to MISREPRESENTED
Adriana Oyarzun was a child of two cultures, growing up both in Venezuela and Miami. In this conversation, she shares her story of finding home through dancing, art, and community—and the magic and fire she brings to every class at Making Waves studios. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB@PodcastShelter on Twitter @makingwavesstudios Dance with Adriana at Making Waves Studios www.makingwavesstudios.com Learn how to create an award-winning podcast with Kasama Labs. Listen to Wild Precious Life Make a website with PAIR: pair.com/free Promo code: QUICKSTART
"We all have 2 lives. The second begins the moment we realize we have only one.” Laura talks with Laurel Morales about why she chose these words to define her podcast "2 Lives," how they’ve defined their own 2 Lives moments, and what they’ve learned from that journey. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Connect with us on social media: @PodcastShelter on Twitter @shelterinplacepodcast on IG/FB Find your own 2 lives moment with Kasama Labs Listen to 2 Lives wherever you get podcasts.
Laura talks with The Pod Broads host Alexandra Cohl about burnout, the answer the one question that they ask every guest, and how the women they've never met are shaping them in 2022. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Listen to The Pod Broads and subscribe to Podcasting by the Moon at AlexandraCohl.com. Master the art (and science) of audio storytelling with Kasama Labs Connect with us @PodcastShelter on Twitter@shelterinplacepodcast on Instagram and Facebook
Laura’s first two resolutions for 2022 — playfulness and creative solutions to work — are the frame for this reflection on what we learned making the last episode. In this chat between Laura and Nate, we dig into the value of conflict, letting go of ego, and the value of timers and taking breaks. Master the art (and science) of audio storytelling in our Kasama Labs! Sign up by January 21 to get our early bird price! Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org. You can hear about Laura's conversation with Patrick Vaughn and the gratitude journaling practice he learned while recovering from a traumatic brain injury in season 1, episode 43: Help.  Our season 2 episode Cyclops in Vegas was a follow up to that conversation. 
What if life could be an exciting quest — but with sound?  Laura takes us behind the scenes and into the audio expedition that happens every week at Shelter in Place, from initial idea to published episode. There are highs and lows, twists and turns, and finally, the discovery of what makes a story worth telling in the first place. Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org Connect with us on social media: @PodcastShelter on Twitter@shelterinplacepodcast on IG/FB
Productivity Unhacked

Productivity Unhacked

2021-12-3031:18

In a productivity-obsessed culture, the emphasis is always on doing more . . . but what are we really hoping to accomplish with our to-do lists? Today, we hold productivity up to the light, and examine whether or not those pressures to be more productive are actually serving us. Enter our New Year’s raffle to win your choice of wine, dancing, or podcast coaching! Join Laura in trying out online counseling for 10% off at BetterHelp.com/listener Complete show notes at www.shelterinplacepodcast.org @shelterinplacepodcast on IG and FB @PodcastShelter on Twitter
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