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A storytelling podcast featuring stories with recipes and food history connected to each episode's story. Is the food in fairytales and folklore really symbolic or does it just make the tale relatable? Food and stories have their own rituals and feed different parts of us. If you had to choose between the two, could you? How is the history of food tied into stories? Will this podcast answer these questions or will there just be a great story and a highly tenuous link to a delicious recipe? Y ...
 
If you've been looking to quit your 9-to-5, make some side cash, or achieve total financial independence, then the Freelance Fairytales is ready to insert a little bit of that side-hustle fairy dust into your life. Listen in as 6-figure freelance writer and fiverr millionaire, Alexandra Fasulo, shares her story and all of the ups and downs of freelancing. The future of the work force will become nearly 100% based on freelancing by 2028: it's time to join the masses.
 
Ever get drunk and get into some weird conversations? This show is like that. This is one man’s drunken journey to get to the bottom of the fairy tales we all know and love, and to bridge the world of fantasy and reality. When you know way too much about a topic like this, what else do you do except make a podcast?
 
Fairytales of India podcast brings to you stories of Kings and Queens, of Princes and Fairies, of crafty wizards and magical beasts. These are classic tales of adventure, magic and drama, brought to you in a new avatar by gaatha story. We bring to you classic Indian literature and folk tales, but our stories are presented for times present and beyond. Experience a magical ride with new stories every week!
 
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In this exciting episode of Sin Carriers: Our travelers prepare to arrive at their second destination. Elam notices something odd while getting a lesson from Mildover. Vicky has an unsettling encounter. Moira finds herself entranced. Tolliver readies himself to meet an old acquaintance. And Gato gives some new arrivals a heads-up. Thanks for listen…
 
In which we discover that the trickster can be tricked, that a good knowledge of crops is essential if you want to best a bogle, that everyone needs a wiffle waffle occasionally and there are few situations in which festival specific bread & cheese doesnt enhance your daily experience. The Tale: The Farmer & The Bogle The Recipe: Harvest Lardy Cake…
 
On this HLC I do a massive review of "The Black Phone," starring Ethan Hawke. It's based on a short story by Joe Hill, and, well, I guess you can say that's fairly obvious. I also talk a bit about "The Hollow Places," a pretty decent eldritch horror novel from T. Kingfisher. Support us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/34jUJsG You can also support us by p…
 
A bonus interview episode with historian Emma Kay about her brand new book A History of Herbalis: Cure, Cook and Conjure. we had a lovely chat and I asked some slightly impertinent questions. All I can say if you are interested in Herbalism for any reason, go and get this book as its a fascinating read and we only really touched the surface. You ca…
 
In this episode, I go over the idea that people can't get started freelancing if they have no 'skills.' I first talk about why the concept of 'expertise' doesn't really exist, and I move into why you should just get started anyway. Everyone started at square one at some point in their career. You need to get experience, first, if you want to have s…
 
A chocolate lab named Thor is caught in a summer storm. He catches something in the rain: a storm fairy. A Tales From the Lilypad original story by Marlene Wurfel Music: Midsummer Sky by Kevin MacLeod & Danse Macabre by Kevin MacLeod Storm sounds courtesy of a Creative Commons Licence via freesound.org Midsummer Sky by Kevin MacLeod is licensed und…
 
In which we discover the connection between unmanageable women, good strong vinegar and the importance of good manners. We also learn that happiness can be found anywhere but chances are improved if there is a rocking chair, a fire and a cat. The Tale: The Old Woman Who Lived in a Vinegar Bottle adapated from various versions including Katharine Br…
 
A team of misfits embarks safely, heading east. With nothing but time on their hands, our disparate cast makes their introductions, both to us, and to each other. Some of these first meetings are friendly, others awkward, and at least one close to deadly. The shadow of the mysterious Rider looms tall over our travelers, and it's no great reach to b…
 
How much time should you invest into a new side hustle? In this episode, I go over the typical timelines when starting a new side hustle, and why you should be patient. Rome wasn't built in a day, and that certainly holds true for your side hustle. This is why I have tried DOZENS of different side hustles - it has helped me finalize the main 6 I pu…
 
On this episode of the Westside Fairytales Horror and Lit Club we talk at length about two movies of dubious quality: The absolute relic of 2000s horror, Wrong Turn, and an extremely dull modern cosmic horror thriller called Vivarium. Thanks for listening! Subscribe and review us on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. Support us on Patreon: h…
 
We all know what rock bottom can feel like - and it's not pleasant. Nothing seems like it's going right, none of the side hustles you've tried are working out, and the bills are stacking up. What should you do now? Should you give up on the gig economy dream? In this episode, I go over the mindset foundation needed to work through a rock bottom and…
 
We all reach a point in our freelancing career when we know it's time to raise our rates. But, we're too scared to actually doing it because we're afraid 'we will raise them too much, therefore alienating our entire customer base.' In this episode, I go over how to raise your rates without making enemies, and why you should become comfortable with …
 
Previously, on Sin Carriers, we were introduced to a handful of our dramatis personae. The rogue killer, Su: A wild woman with a bloody past and a penchant for running astray of the law. Vasily, a morose Russian traveler whose wife unfortunately passed before their ship arrived on the American West Coast. Moira, a precocious young woman and sole ch…
 
I can relate to this one more than you all know. It's something I struggle with weekly. I want to learn and do so many things that I'm not sure I'll have enough time here on earth to do it all. Nevertheless, in this episode, I go over the plight of being interested in too many things, and how to identify where to focus your time and attention in th…
 
In which we discover that having long, strong hair doesn’t mean you can’t think for yourself, that you can learn a lot of incredible things from books, that parsley is both useful and tasty and that you should always remember to pack your acorns. The Tale: Petrosinella The Recipe: Turkish Parsley & Onion Salad and Sort of Fattoush Salad If you woul…
 
There are so many questions about thyroid TSH levels today, specifically about its effect on general health. There are a lot of hypotheses on how to treat people with high or low TSH levels. This includes conventional medicine, weight loss, and the naturopathic ways to reverse the issue. Are we to always base the prognosis on charts? Can we still r…
 
We've all been there - myself included. Posting that very first 'self promotional' Instagram post, proclaiming to the world that you're selling a product or service can be nerve-wracking. "What if they make fun of me?" It looms in the backs of our minds. In this episode, I go over why feeling this shame is normal, yet how you can overcome it nevert…
 
Doubling up on a 9-to-5 while making a freelancing business work can be challenging. But, in just a few months, you can lay the groundwork for a freelancing ecosystem that will grant you freedom from the constraints of any job you're currently working at. Everything worth having in life does take some work, but it's all about being in a place of gr…
 
We all know the feeling - putting yourself on camera and posting it to social media, at first, can be scary. The thoughts of 'what if they make fun of me' or 'what if I look stupid' flood our minds. Yet, when we get out of that side of thinking and instead, focus on who the content is going to help, everything changes. In this episode, I go over ho…
 
I ain't dead, goddammit. This month's (technically belated) HLC featuring yours truly talking about contracting and fighting off COVID, the worst god damn audiobook I've ever listened to (and still haven't finished), and one of the best movies I've ever seen. Thank you again to everybody who sent me well wishes while I was convalescing. It really d…
 
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