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Coffee + Crumbs Podcast

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Coffee + Crumbs Podcast

Katie Blackburn, Jill Atogwe, Ashlee Gadd

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The Coffee + Crumbs Podcast is your companion for kitchen cleanups, stroller walks, or the daily carpool hustle. Join hosts Ashlee Gadd, Katie Blackburn, and Jill Atogwe as they chat about the beautiful, holy work of motherhood. We hope you leave this show feeling safe, known, encouraged and loved.
 
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Second Chances

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Second Chances

Comedians Greg Baldwin & Jimmy Shin

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It's about life: addiction, recovery, and second chances. Each week comedians Greg Baldwin and Jimmy Shin talk to celebrities and normal folk about their second chance in life. Heroic, inspiring, often comedic true-life stories from the people who are living them.
 
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This week we speak to Lisa from London who works in financial services. Lisa shares the loss of her mother and how this impacted her life. Lisa talks about her experiences at school, within her family and how she dealt with her grief going into a working career as a young adult. Lisa also shares how the birth of her daughters awoke unresolved grief…
 
This week we speak to Honor who works for the BBC. Honor shares the sudden loss of her father when she was 15 and how this impacted her life, relationships and career aspirations. Honor shares how her father's legacy inspired her and also how her grief grew into supporting others through charity work with the Good Grief Trust. Honor is an ambassado…
 
Our guest this week, Kristin Young, knows a thing or two about grief—five years ago, she lost her son Colby to cancer. Miraculously, she knows even more about hope. In this episode, Kristin graciously shares what it’s like to hold sorrow and joy simultaneously, how she’s learned to make grief her friend, and how we often learn things through suffer…
 
Well friends, we are going there—you know, that ugly heart issue no one wants to talk about? On today’s episode, we are doing a deep dive on motherhood and comparison. From body image to kid’s development to whether or not we love motherhood as much as the next mom, we get reeeeal honest (and a little emotional!) about our personal struggles in thi…
 
Is this really happening? Today we are asking the one and only Shauna Niequist (!!!) what she wishes her younger self had known about marriage, friendships, motherhood, and writing. Shauna’s spoken words, just like her written ones, are nothing short of a gift. We hope this conversation inspires you to take a step back from the burden of busyness a…
 
How do we go from worry, overwhelm, and sleepless nights to rest, calm, and indescribable, consistent peace? In today’s episode, we’re talking about boundaries, unpopular decisions, personal convictions, and—most importantly—leaning into what we know we need to do, regardless of what the rest of the world is up to. We hope this conversation encoura…
 
Ruth Chou Simons (!!!) is here today, reminding us growth and goodness can be found even in—especially in—the minutes (or months!) we’re tempted to believe are wasted. Those creative projects you thought went nowhere? Meaningful. Sitting with your toddler or teen talking about mind-numbing topics? Meaningful. No matter what struggle or tough season…
 
For part two of our friendship series, we’re chatting about what’s in our friendship toolboxes. From taking initiative (rather than taking turns) to learning the love languages of our friends, today we’re getting nitty-gritty practical about how to show up for our people. We talk about porch drop-offs, tiny thoughtful gestures, the beauty of accept…
 
Veteran filmmaker Julia Verdin is a multi hyphenate – she is known as accomplished producer, award-winning Director and has written a number of screenplays. She is also the founder of Artists for Change, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to create high impact film, television, and multimedia projects to inspire individuals, organiz…
 
Tap tap. Is this thing on? Hey friends, we’re back! Today we’re starting a brand new season with two new hosts (welcome Katie + Jill!), and we couldn’t be more excited to kick things off with a two-part series on friendship. In part one, we’re chatting about hard lessons learned, some confessions and convictions we’ve had along the way, and, most i…
 
Vernon Davis is a former American football tight end. The 15-year NFL veteran played for the San Francisco 49ers, the Denver Broncos, and the Washington Football Team. Even during his playing days, Vernon had his eyes on an acting career. He has already appeared in blockbuster movies such as Baywatch, as well as Hell on the Border. Davis was a cele…
 
Speaking up on Addiction - In the next few episodes we will be exploring experiences of both the loss of someone to addiction and addiction as a result of loss. This week we speak to Ollie in Leeds about multiple bereavements in childhood and at university. Ollie tells us how these affected her life and how she is working and living with her grief.…
 
Cara Lunsford began her nurse career in pediatric oncology at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles in 2008. She first discovered an interest in oncology when she worked as a sign language interpreter at Cal State Northridge, interpreting the Biology of Cancer class two semesters in a row. It was that class that put her on her path to become a nurse. As …
 
Speaking up on Addiction - In the next few episodes we will be exploring experiences of both the loss of someone to addiction and addiction as a result of loss. This week we speak to Anne in Bristol about the loss of her Brother. Anne also shares about growing up after this tragic event and and how later in life Anne battled alcoholism and came to …
 
Christine Peake is a model, writer, publicist, comedian and single mother. She was born in the North of England and moved to London at the age of 19 and pursued a successful career in modeling for 10 years and also wrote for the top two newspapers in England. She moved to Los Angeles and founded peakPRgroup, representing celebrities, brands and pro…
 
Speaking up on Addiction - In the next few episodes we will be exploring experiences of both the loss of someone to addiction and addiction as a result of loss. This week we speak to Emma in London who shares the story of her mother who died due to alcoholism. Emma talks us through a childhood overshadowed by addiction and how this had an impact on…
 
Asher Gottesman is a spiritual entrepreneur, human connection coach and Rabbi in Southern California. Asher was 33 when he lost his multi-million-dollar business, with the resulting bankruptcy destroying what little self-worth he had as a provider to his family – he had hit rock-bottom. Asher found his road to recovery through the rooms of Alcoholi…
 
This week we are joined by private counsellor, David Pope. In this special episode we talk about David's grief journey (through the loss of his parents) and how this became a career for him as a specialist in depression, anxiety and bereavement counselling. David shares insights from his work and offers a huge range of advice for the various stages…
 
Christine is the Producer and Host of the weekly storytelling podcast Story Worthy… celebrating 11 years in July. And she is also creator and host of the game show, Story Smash the Storytelling Game Show, now played WEEKLY streaming on Facebook and YouTube at 7pm PST Friday nights. She also produces a monthly storytelling show, The Story Worthy Hou…
 
This week we speak to Julia in New Hampshire, USA who works for a medical journal. This episode was recorded on mother's day as Julia shared the loss of her mother when she was eight years old. Julia has had several essay's published through The Manifest-Station and runs an instagram page Girl Meets Grief (girl_meets_grief) sharing her story as she…
 
Considered one of LA’s finest vocal coaches, Katie Riggs has been teaching voice for over twenty-one years. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Katie grew up at the knee of arguably the most distinguished and successful voice teacher in the business, her father Seth Riggs. His voice training has worked for many of the world’s best singers. It’s been st…
 
This week we speak to Gavin who is a London taxi driver. Gavin talks on the loss of his mother and then later his father and how this shaped his life. Gavin is a supporter of Grief Encounter is currently running to raise money for this charity. Gavin also hosts a page on instagram called @grief_warriors which shares reflections on living positively…
 
Paul Costabile is a host, comedian, writer, producer and entertainment reporter. He is the newest face on Universal Kids as the host of the iconic revival of Beat The Clock. He also appears on daily segments on NBC's New York Live and is the host of Doodle Wars on NBC’s digital network Bluprint. Most recently, Paul interviewed the band One Republic…
 
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