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The You Are Here Podcast is the manifestation of Briana Gagnè's fascination with the human experience and obsession with learning. It's inspired by the fact that we are on a rock floating 👏🏻 through 👏🏻 space. She thinks that is completely magical...and abso-fucking-lutely crazy, so she wants to talk about. A lover of absorbing as much information as she possibly can, Briana spends hours each week reading, listening to podcasts, watching YouTubes, and essentially living by Maya Angelou's wise ...
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You Are Not Here is a horror fiction podcast about the junior park rangers at Black Hill State Park in Wyoming. Join the eclectic bunch of workers as they discover the supernatural happenings at their workplace as they deal with being transferred to the fire-watch towers. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/isabella-de-jesus7/support
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Why are you here?

Dr Karen Debbie Cradle PhD

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Dr Karen Debbie Cradle PhD is back with another season of compassionate, selfless and professional couples counselling. But this time, she's in Hollywood! Join Karen and a slew of celebrities* on a spiritual journey sure to have Dr Phil and Esther Perel shaking in their boots. *improv comedians
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Through captivating narratives and personal experiences, conservationist t. addison brown, together with youth activist Marley Alabanza, engage in enlightening conversations with an array of guests that include activists, artists, educators, scientists, conservationists, and humanitarians from around the world. Throughout their journey, tales of bravery, compassion, and dedication to our natural world unfold. Each one of us has the power to instigate change by making simple yet impactful cho ...
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Are You Here For It

Melissa Lanza and Lauren Sieber

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Are you here for it? Melissa, a wife and mom of one, is a recovering reality TV addict, a self-proclaimed Moscow Mule connoisseur, enjoys dancing her way down every aisle at Target and is learning the art of saying “no” in hopes to reclaim her life from everyone else’s demands. Lauren, a wife and mom to two, (20 months apart) a champion of guzzling Mommy Juice (aka, wine), a trade school junky with a cosmetology and dental assistant license, obsessed with chick flicks and Bruce Willis. Join ...
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Here's the replay episode you've been waiting for – Dr. Chloe Buiting on "What Are You Doing Here?" It's not just a podcast; it's an exploration of passion, purpose, and the wild wonders that make our world extraordinary. Tune in, be inspired, and let the adventure begin! An Australian wildlife veterinarian who doesn't just treat animals; she's a g…
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" It is not enough to rescue these animals from illegal trafficking. They must be given the opportunity to recover properly. They must be given a real chance at survival, not just at a rescue station, but back in the wild, where they can contribute to genetic diversity and the continuation of their species in these areas. ~ Joey, founder, Jungle Re…
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Hot Girl Walk Wisdom These short and sweet 10 minute or less love bombs are the thoughts that arise on Briana's hot girl walks. Epiphanies, light bulb moments, words of wisdom, confessions. Something she needed to hear, and thought you might too! If you love the You Are Here podcast, rate it, leave a review, follow us on social media @theyahpodcast…
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By now you have seen the ins and outs trend across social media, in this episode Briana and Heidi are sharing their lists of what is IN and what is OUT for them in 2024. This is such a fun way to think about what you want more of and what you want to let go of in 2024, so whether you have already made your list, still need inspiration for one, or j…
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Did you blink on Thanksgiving and suddently it is January 2024? Are you midway through the first month of the year and have yet to reflect on 2023 let alone set intentions for 2024? Maybe you did set resolutions...and are already grouped with the majority who break their resolution within the month. *NO JUDGEMENT* This episode is to PUMP UP anyone …
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WE MADE IT! HAPPY 2024 BOO BOO! Briana recorded this episode end of December, but edits were delayed because she had the flu, SO now we get a New Year's Day suprise. Briana is sharing 11 unique habits, actions, concepts, resolutions, that you can impliment to immediately uplevel your life whether you are listening January 1st or June 22nd. If you l…
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"Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison, by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” ~ Albert EinsteinThe results are in for our most listened to year end wrapped by the almighty Spotify (wink) and this episode comes out on top across all listening platforms so we are reb…
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With a thousand castles and almost as many churches, France’s south-western Périgord region is a paradise for lovers of ancient stones. Aude, 32, has inherited the fortress of Commarque. The young Parisian left everything behind to protect this 12th-century monument. Gastronomy is also a key part of life in the Périgord. In this region that cherish…
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Located west of the Baie des Anges, Antibes is one of the pearls of the French Riviera in the south of France. In the 1920s, US novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald took up residence with his wife Zelda in the Villa Saint-Louis to write his masterpiece "Tender is the Night". The villa is now a five-star hotel, the Hôtel Belles Rives. Antibes is also home t…
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The Lot-et-Garonne is a south-western French department created from the union of the land and two rivers: the Lot and the Garonne. It’s therefore not surprising that some of the most beautiful gardens in France can be found here. The stories of these mini Edens are both astonishing and little-known. Impressionist painter Claude Monet came to one i…
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The French region of Alsace is famous for its traditional half-timbered houses. But this centuries-old heritage is threatened by the passage of time and urban development. Every year, 400 of these remarkable old houses are demolished. But a few locals are trying to safeguard their heritage. One young couple have embarked on a project to renovate th…
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Covering almost 9,000 km², the southern French department of Aveyron is one of the country's largest. With its limestone plateaus and vertiginous gorges, the area is full of contrasts: just like its iconic cheese, Roquefort. The blue-veined ewe's milk cheese – one of the oldest and most famous in the world – was born in this region. It became Franc…
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Nestled at an altitude of 400 metres in the heart of the Alps, France's Lake Annecy is considered the purest lake in Europe. On its shores, the medieval old town of Annecy is nicknamed the "Venice of the Alps" for its picturesque canals. Out on the lake, fishermen catch féra, a delicate fish that Michelin-starred chef Jean Sulpice is particularly f…
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In the creeks near Marseille, 37 metres underwater, lies the only submerged cave on the planet that's covered with cave paintings. On its damp walls, people have painted horses, bison, ibex and even penguins – animals that were present in the south of France during the Ice Age. The oldest paintings date back some 27,000 years.…
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In the vineyards of France's Anjou region, in the Loire Valley, a ritual takes place every year at the end of the summer. At harvest time, dozens of brave seasonal workers come from far and wide to pick the ripe grapes. Some of them have been regulars for several years and their experience is invaluable to the newcomers. The grape picking is done b…
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The French Mediterranean island of Corsica attracts two million holidaymakers every summer. To properly discover the so-called Isle of Beauty, what better way than on a cruise ship? Aboard a week-long cruise on La Belle des Océans, passengers explore Corsica's most beautiful beaches, as well as the local gastronomy and breathtaking panoramas – such…
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Maui | The Valley Isle | chapter one | The series Ho'iho'i (echo) weaves a narrative that goes beyond the surface beauty. It delves into the Hawaiian island's history, mythology, and the timeless stories of its inhabitants. From the legendary demigod Maui to the significance of 'ohana (family), every image and word is a piece of the island's living…
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I think you probably have heard how powerful our minds and thoughts are, but do you believe it? Do you know just how true it is? In this episode, Briana is sharing a (what she belives to be) hilarious story about the power of the mind. If you love the You Are Here podcast, rate it, leave a review, follow us on social media @theyahpodcast and @brian…
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In the skyline of France's Provence region, Mont Ventoux culminates at 1,909 metres. Each year, its steep slopes are the setting for an epic stage of the Tour de France cyling race. The bald mountain fascinates professional and amateur cyclists alike. The most determined of them even attempt the "Nutters' challenge": climbing Mont Ventoux three tim…
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In the Breton language, its name means "little sea". The Gulf of Morbihan, in the French region of Brittany, is made up of around 40 islands, all of them small paradises. The largest of them, l'Île aux Moines, is the most popular with tourists. Others belong to private owners, who live out their desert island dream. Oysters are farmed all year roun…
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🎙️ I KNOW, I KNOW, you probably think you have heard all there is to hear about the benefits of a gratitude practice 🌟 But in this week's episode Briana is diving into the transformative power of sticking to a gratitude practice (after gaslighting herself). 🙌✨ 💡 Discover how a gratitude practice can shift your perspective, boost happiness levels, a…
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Located in southern France, the Aubrac plateau is the scene of an explosion of colours and flavours in summer. The Aubrac dairy cows graze in rich meadows. Their cheese, tomme, is the main ingredient in the local specialty dish: aligot. The lush slopes are also home to the narcissus flower, which is harvested in the old-fashioned way with a raking …
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❗️TW: On this podcast, we keep it real and authentic. In this episode, holding that space led to part of this conversation being around drugs, addiction, and overdose. To bypass this portion of the episode, you can start at the 11 minute mark. 🔮 This week, Briana has a beautiful & magical conversation with International Psychic, Tana Newberry. They…
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Half of the one million oak barrels produced worldwide each year are made in France. French cooperage is a centuries-old tradition that dates back to the Gauls and plays a key role in the excellence of the world's finest wines. Choosing the right oak trees, cutting, seasoning and charring the wood are all delicate stages carried out by the cooper t…
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✨This episode is sppppiiiicyyyyyyyy in the most delicious way✨! This week, Briana talks to Relationship & Intimacy Coach, Katie Henricks, about... SO MANY THINGS. Self-expression, self-worth, the myth of the good woman, online trolls, redefining intimacy, shame, the influence of patriarchy, the importance of connection, vulnerability, and authentic…
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Deep in France's southern Lubéron mountains lies a stunning red and orange landscape reminiscent of the vast plains of America: the Colorado provençal. This spot of wild nature is in fact a former open-cast ochre quarry. Every year, some 300,000 visitors venture through these 30 unusual hectares, between fairy chimneys and strange sculptures, to di…
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🔥🚶🏻‍♀️💡HGWW = Hot Girl Walk Wisdom These short and sweet 5 minute love bombs are the thoughts that arise on Briana's hot girl walks. Epiphanies, light bulb moments, words of wisdom, confessions. Something she needed to hear, and thought you might too! Share episodes and follow along on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theyahpodcast/ and /www.in…
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If you have a uterus, this episode is for you! This week Briana is talking all things female hormones and cycle syncing with Laura Presnall of Balanced Bombshells. 🤰🏻 bloated? 🤯 headaches? 🔪 brutal pms? Cycle syncing is a holistic approach to women balancing their hormones and a way in which we can give our bodies more of what it needs to support e…
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The southern Camargue region in France is known for its wetlands and flamingos. The region however holds a lesser-known animal sacred: bulls. The bulls of Camargue are reared by enthusiasts called manadiers for one purpose only, which is to become champions of the bullring in the regional bullfighting games. Consisting mainly of participants, calle…
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✨This episode is for all you beautiful human stardust✨! In this episode Briana talks to Cinnamon Rose about all things astrology, what's in store astrologically through the rest of 2023, how we can work with the skies & seasonal shifts, how to release through eclipses, and of course Virgos (the most underrated sign)😜. Follow Cinnamon on Instagram h…
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Deep in France's Burgundy region lies the Boutissaint wildlife park. Within its 400 hectares of forest, several hundred animals roam free: stags, roe deer and boars, which visitors can observe as they wander through this natural setting with very few fences. The park is the brainchild of the Borione family, which purchased this former priory and it…
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Not to be dramatic, but this experience was life changing. 💁🏻‍♀️ This episode is for the ladies, anyone who wants to laugh, or anyone who is on confidence journey. 🙅🏻‍♀️ this episode is not for you if you are offended by nudity, the words “hoo ha", "ass", or "titties”, or easily grossed out by the thought of balls of dead skin. Have a question you …
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If you use money, this episode is for you. Briana and her husband Chris are diving into all things finances. From bankruptcy to how they got out of 5 figure debt and the top financial tips frome experts. They discuss how to start a budget and how they have navigated difficult financial conversations as a couple over the last decade. This is 8 years…
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In this episode Briana & her husband Chris unpack the invisible labor of "mental load" (aka "worry work" or "cognitive labor") and "decision fatigue" and how understanding these two concepts has leveled them up as individuals and partners. Have a question you want Briana to answer? An idea for a podcast episode?? Email: briana@theyahpodcast.com Sha…
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Welcome to an ENCORE of this captivating episode where we unveil the dark side of animal agriculture. We are honored to have an extraordinary guest with us David," The 40-Year-Old Vegan" David's journey is nothing short of remarkable, having undergone a profound transformation from a former slaughterhouse inspector to a passionate animal rights act…
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We invite you to join us in this continued, engaging discussion with author, advocate, and the National Wildlife Federation's Executive Director, Beth Pratt, as we further explore the profound connection between conservation science and the essence of human existence. In this conversation, we will delve into the depths of what it truly means to be …
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Beaune is the wine capital of France's Burgundy region. Above ground, the old fortified city is already beautiful. But the real treasure is hidden below the surface, down in the cellars. They contain two million bottles of wine, in a total of five kilometres of galleries, all linked together. One of the oldest cellars in Beaune has been occupied fo…
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Agriculture in France is not immune to the digital revolution. More and more farmers are using IT tools to carry out their administrative and technical tasks. But some go much further: from fully robotic milking of cows, to connected cameras, to data gathering and even a digital fruit and vegetable market. FRANCE 24 went to meet some of these farme…
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To discover France's Baie de Somme, on the northern Picardy coast, it's best to venture out at low tide. The River Somme's vast estuary reveals an archipelago of sandbanks and salt marshes: a paradise for migratory birds, but also for sheep farmers. During a canoe trip, tourists can get close to the stars of the bay: the seals. The largest seal col…
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We have the deep honor of opening this show with our nature practice guide natasha deganello giraudie, who poetically expresses the theme of this series | Cores, Corridors, Carnivores. Calm your body, clear your mind, open your heart & uplift your soul by deepening your relationship with the Earth. We invite you to explore a nature practice with na…
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Of all the Renaissance-era castles that adorn France's Loire Valley, the Château de Chenonceau is perhaps the most refined. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it attracts almost a million French and foreign tourists every year. This success keeps a hundred employees busy at Chenonceau: ensuring the safety of the premises, restoring works of ar…
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