posts tagged life

1/5/17 // Signs You’re Doing Much Better Than You Think You Are

A bad day for your ego is a great day for your soul. | read

1/2/17 // ENCORE: 1st Person: David // Life After Prison

“1st Person” is a new recurring segment that will feature people telling firsthand stories about their own lives and experiences. For our first of these videos, we present David, who spoke to us… | watch

3/23/16 // 1st Person: Marlene // Her Many Careers

Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!“1st Person” is a new recurring segment that features people telling firsthand stories about their own lives and… | watch

3/2/16 // 1st Person: David // Life After Prison

Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!“1st Person” is a new recurring segment that will feature people telling firsthand stories about their own lives and… | watch

2/29/16 // Unconscious Creativity

We speak with Jennifer Dumpert, writer, lecturer, and workshop leader who teaches experience-based forms of dreamwork to promote creativity. | listen

1/11/16 // Finding The Sacredness of Animal Life

BTR sits down for an interview with the award-winning poet Ellen Bass, who writes and speaks about love, truth, and butchering chickens. | read

1/4/16 // Exercise For A Long Life

Dan Buetter, a National Geographic Fellow and multiple New York Times bestselling author, discusses the five places in the world where people live the longest, and are healthiest and happiest. | listen

10/14/15 // SETI for Life in Space

Listen to our interview with Dr. Steve Croft from the SETI Center at UC Berkeley and his work on advanced radio telescopes to survey the sky. | listen

9/8/15 // The Benefits of Being Open

Open Week - Honesty is a quality that most people make a conscious effort to value. Whether in a personal relationship, a professional endeavor, or when voicing political views, honesty is consistently among the traits which individuals value most in others. However, it’s oftentimes difficult or… | read

9/3/15 // Labor Week

We delve into the labors of work, health and reporting on today's podcast to discover how to find happiness and balance in it all. | listen

9/1/15 // Workplaces Encourage Boozing

Labor Week - In a major city like New York, the line between a person’s professional and social life can be incredibly hard to define. For careers which demand long hours in what can often be cramped office settings, the tendency for employees’ professional lives to bleed into their social… | read

7/18/15 // Shaping Our Own Reality

Reality Week - In America a prevalent idea is that somewhere out there exists a formula for success, a golden ratio, a step-by-step tutorial that could lead a person from any walk of life towards the right path. Can we set ourselves up for success? How much control do we have over our destinies? | read

7/6/15 // Living Passionate At Every Age

We speak with Isabel Allende, a Chilean writer who has given speeches about living more passionate lives as people age. | listen

10/31/13 // Tiny Buddha - "What Matters Is the Choice You Make Right Now"

Some risks are worth taking. | read

9/5/13 // The Truth Behind Fukushima

Scientists assess the risks of the Fukushima spills. | read

5/2/13 // Nerd Fitness - "How to Level Up in the Game of Life"

Nerd Fitness gives some lessons on the most important RPG out there, life. | read

12/22/12 // New York City First Times - First Time Week

Reflecting on landing for the first time in the Big Apple. | read

12/17/12 // Opinion: This So Called Real World - First Time Week

A recent grad shares life lessons you won't learn from HBO's Girls. | read

12/7/12 // Worn Stories - "Sadie Mintz"

Sadie Mintz, 105, recalls her old jewelry store in Hollywood and the earrings that became immortalized by Marilyn Monroe on LIFE magazine's cover. | read

11/29/12 // A Whole Bunch of Animals That Probably Shouldn't Exist - Specialization Week

Talk about survival of the weirdest... | read

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