Victoria dives into the connection between social media and mental health, discussing how it affects one's individual focus, socialization, behavioral/mental health, critical thinking skills, and how it can even lead towards narcissistic tendencies.
**EXPLICIT** This episodes contains language and content not suitable for children. In this episode, I've done a bit of self-reflecting (What? No guest??... NOPE). What is this thing called life, and what's my purpose here? How do we heal from past traumas and use them for the best today?
If you're looking to the answers to those questions, you won't find them here.. you'll just find me pondering the thoughts in my head. Hopefully I can at least help you feel like you're not alone if you are thinking the same thing. Love you guys!
Join Dennis Conner with guests Ken Miller and Michael Brown of The Pirate's Lair Inc, and CF Koehler of Koehler Kraft as they give some of the latest updates in the sailing world, along with a few details about San Diego's upcoming 29th Annual Wooden Boat Festival!
Chef Jordan Wagner graduated from Culinary School in San Francisco in 2011 with a Culinary Arts Degree. He's worked in restaurants as well as catering companies, wineries and retirement communities, and is currently the Chef of Kappa Delta Sorority at SDSU.
In this podcast, Jordan tells his story of how he discovered Whole Food Plant Based cooking and what keeps him going today!
We all experience varied degrees of pain in our lives, however what we choose to do with our pain determines what will become of it. In this episode, Victoria shares things that can cause us pain on an unconscious or conscious level, and how to face it and navigate it rather than numb it.
Colleen Patrick-Goudreau is a speaker, cultural commentator, podcaster and award-winning author of seven books. She's an acclaimed speaker and beloved host of the inspiring podcast, "Food for Thought", and has since launched a spin-off podcast called "Animalogy".
In this podcast, Colleen discusses some of the reasons in which people may have trouble going vegan, along with helpful ways to help understand the way people operate, which helps us to more effectively have conversations around the topic of veganism.
Specialty Produce is a family owned and operated food service and retail fresh produce supplier located in San Diego, CA. A premium provider for more than thirty years, Specialty Produce continues to be a leader in service, product quality and technology.
The Specialty Produce team includes more than one hundred enthusiastic and dedicated employees.
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