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Middle Age Moments

Chad and Erika Jump

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Meet Chad and Erika Jump, the hosts behind the podcast "Middle Age Moments." Each episode of their podcast invites listeners into the intimate world of their everyday lives, where they candidly discuss relatable topics with humor, and unwavering honesty.
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The Middle Age

Craig Alexander Johnson

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As a once enthusiastic, positive young man turns fifty. He reflects upon his life and wonders why he finds now himself to be increasingly apathetic and generally fed up. In 2008 Craig’s first book ‘Sand to the Arabs - Memoirs of a Serial Salesman’ was published. He is currently writing his second book.
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A Life in Progress: Rebranding Middle Age

Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui

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Life is messy. This doesn't mean you're doing it wrong. When we make peace with messiness, we make space for joy! A Life in Progress - Rebranding Middle Age is a podcast that offers a mix of evidence-based education, story, and practical application to help midlife women befriend their True Selves, (re)claim freedom, health, and joy, and show up fully to life in every season - even the hardest of them. Welcome! I'm Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui, founder of alifeinprogress.ca. I'm a writer, grie ...
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Middle Age Nerds

Middle Age Nerds

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Welcome to the Middle Age Nerds podcast! Listen in as we discuss games, gadgets, sci-fi, 80's Pop Culture, and more! So close the door to your mom's basement, grab that pepperoni Hot Pocket, and let's NERD OUT!
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Talking Cod: a survivor’s guide to middle age

Phil Birchenall, David Eccles, Andy Hall

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Three northern blokes talk about midlife and growing old disgracefully: the kind of things you want to say, but rarely ever do. Hosts David Eccles, Phil Birchenall and Andy Hall explore how confronting life head-on - with all the crap it throws your way - makes you stronger, older, bolder and, of course, that little bit wiser. We’ll share our own experiences and talk to friends about life’s ups and downs, what’s worked, and what definitely didn’t. Frank, fearless, funny. Talking Cod.
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The Lunacy of Middle Age

Pete and Alex

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Come and join us, Pete and Alex, where we discuss the absurdity of life past 40. Nothing will be off limits so buckle up and get ready to laugh with (and at us) as we talk about life in a raw and unfiltered way.
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In this episode I welcome my friend Betsy Huggins as a guest to the Rebranding Middle Age podcast. Betsy and I have been friends for years and we've collaborated on various projects including my Seasonal Mindfulness Journals. Betsy is autistic and lives with FND (Functional Neurological Disorder). Part of her experience is that she can struggle wit…
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In this episode, Chad and his wife Erika discuss various topics including buying concert tickets, celebrity feuds, bachelorette and bachelor parties, and memorable senior skip days and graduation moments. Chad shares his tips for buying concert tickets and recounts his experiences at bachelorette and bachelor parties. They also share their own expe…
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Adam, Desmond, and Jay catch up on their middle aged lives. It's been a few months since the last episode so there is lots to discuss. Vacations, kids going to college, new old cars, wholesale meat, chance meetups, and girls in bars without footwear are all topics of conversation. Paul O'Toole, superfan, meets up with Jay at Sunshine Village. Hey, …
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*Note that there's a swear in this episode in case you have little people around. Also Kate's sound quality is a bit warbly at times but doesn't hinder the conversation. I'm delighted to welcome my first guest to the podcast! Kate Codrington is a mentor, author, speaker, facilitator, artist and podcaster. She's the author of Second Spring: the self…
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Who is writing or telling the stories of your life? We all have stories playing out in our life, many unconscious, others that we are aware of yet believe or receive without examination. Most are rooted in conditioning of culture, religion, family of origin – or they may go further back. If we want to walk in freedom, wholeness, and joy, we must do…
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In this episode, Chad and Erika discuss their recent experiences, including attending hockey and baseball games, purchasing concert tickets, and narrowly avoiding a tornado. They also talk about Paris Hiltons "HOT" topics of the week. They then reminisce about their favorite vintage toys from their childhoods. In this conversation, Chad and Erika d…
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As we wrap up this season and prepare for the next season's theme of "Old stories. New Possibilities" I remind you about a practice I have that helps us walk in greater freedom, wholeness, and joy. I share about the cycle of self-awareness, self-compassion, and imperfect action that anchors my work and life. And I share about the "Shift Your Experi…
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In this episode, Chad and Erika discuss their recent activities, including Erika's involvement in a trade show and an awards ceremony, Chad's experience at the dentist, and their thoughts on various documentaries. They also touch on the topics of conjoined twins and their unique situations. In this conversation, Chad and Erika discuss the recent st…
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Freedom is one of my core 5 values. It's also one of my top 2 values. As a personal value, what freedom means to me (us) as individuals can vary season to season. It needs to be personal and precise. We need to reevaluate and reorient on occasion for it to be a meaningful source of direction or a meaningful filter. This week, I've been listening in…
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In this episode, Chad and Erika Jump discuss their experience on Opening Day at a baseball game. They talk about how Opening Days have changed over the years and how they now prefer to go home early instead of partying. They also discuss the recent FBI raid on Diddy's home, the increase in pregnancies due to Ozempic, the announcement of Happy Gilmo…
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For the latest episode of Talking Cod, we're joined by investing guru Jason Graystone to talk about unshackling ourselves from unnecessary worry about our finances. Jason began his career washing cars to earn money when he was 14. He became financially free at 30 and now is a trader and investor, owning a number of successul businesses. We talk abo…
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In the milestone tenth episode of Middle Age Moments, hosts Chad and Erika celebrate with a special guest, marking a significant moment in their podcasting journey. Introducing a fresh segment to the show, Chad and Erika dive into the latest buzz surrounding Paris Hilton's iconic catchphrase "That's Hot," exploring its cultural relevance and impact…
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Happy spring! If you want to quiet the noise and practice a kinder way of being in your body and life, one of the most impactful choices you can make is to begin practicing Seasonal Living. There are, of course, many paths to wholeness, and many paths to a brave and beautiful life, but a seasonal living framework is one of the things that I know to…
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In this episode of Middle Age Moments, Chad and Erika explore the disparities between country and city living and reminisce about life before the convenience of navigation apps like Google Maps. But first, let's dive into Paris Hiltons hot topics heating up the airwaves: 1. Drake's Generosity: Chad and Erika discuss Drake's heartwarming gesture of …
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In the latest episode of Talking Cod, Dave and Andy sit down with the awe-inspiring Luke Staton, whose journey from aspiring professional footballer to motivational speaker and children's author captures the essence of transformation and resilience. Luke shares the trials and triumphs of his early days in football, the life-altering times when he h…
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In 2016 I wrote a short post that went viral around the world. It clearly touched something deep in many people. Here's one tiny snippet from that post that I want to talk about today: "What if I embrace my limitations and stop railing against them. Make peace with who I am and what I need and honor your right to do the same." SHOW NOTES Part of th…
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In this episode of Middle Age Moments, hosts Erika and Chad share their excitement after attending their first NHL hockey game, setting the bar high for future NHL outings. In the "That’s Hot" segment, they discuss a dispensary blending books with weed, AT&T's comical $5 credit for outages, and the surprising present relationships of Love is Blind …
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Relationships in middle age can be messy. They take work and nurturing at every stage of life. But in middle age - yikes! If you're growing, healing, becoming your most honest and integrated Self... this will affect your relationships. And this is as it should be. SHOW NOTES Healthy and brave relationships and community are so important to our heal…
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The latest episode of Talking Cod features our good friend Will Edge, a trustee and facilitator at Mentell, a men's mental health charity. We'd originally asked Will to come on to tell us about the charity's work and how he'd first come across the organisation, but then things went strangely quiet. It turns out he'd had a scary accident whilst Wake…
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In this episode of Middle Age Moment, Chad and Erika dive into various topics including the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade, the unfortunate shootings that occurred during the parade, and other hot topics. They also touch upon the advertising pictures of Temu versus everyone else, the pain and tricks of car buying and selling, plus how friends…
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We all need rest, probably more than we’re getting. Expanding our view of rest beyond naps or Netflixing is helpful and life-giving! Perhaps what you most need right now is sensory rest or creative rest. Or maybe it’s lowering the bar and being kinder to yourself. SHOW NOTES This is a two-part conversation about rest – you can listen to part one he…
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In a culture that idolizes productivity, it can feel countercultural to make rest an essential part of our life and goals. But when we prioritize rest, we cultivate creativity, increase productivity, and we live more joyfully. In REST: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less, Alex Soojung-Kim Pang writes "Discoveries in sleep research, psychology,…
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In the latest episode of Talking Cod, we ask you to 'look into our ears' (not sure if that works, but I'm going to leave it and this note in this final copy, intentionally - Phil) with respected Berlin-based hypnotherapist Bernhard Tewes, whose personal transformation from chain smoker to non-smoker through hypnosis was the catalyst to become a mas…
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In this episode, Chad and Erika welcome special guests Bo and Nancy Thomas to dive into a wide array of intriguing topics. Here's a breakdown of what they cover: Hot Trending Topics: The group dives into the latest buzz-worthy subjects making waves in various industries, from entertainment and technology to current events and pop culture. Food: The…
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In this episode, Chad drops a Valentine's Day bomb on Erika with a song that he wrote and had produced just for her for Valentine's Day. Also 2 more BIG NEWS announcements Chad and Erika Jump also dive into the latest buzz on trending topics for the week. Alongside that, they share anecdotes about terrible Valentine's Day gifts, commemorate Chad's …
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As heard on the Middle Age Moments podcast, this is Chad Jump's song to Erika Jump. This song was written by Chad Jump. The song is his story of Erika and Chad's relationship from through his eyes. This song is sung, produced, and edited by Scottie Broadway visit www.scottiebroadway.com Happy Valentines Day Erika Jump! May you revert to this song, …
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There's an African Proverb that goes like this "When death finds you, may it find you alive." SHOW NOTES: DO YOU FEEL FULLY ALIVE? I've been thinking about this a lot - am I living fully alive? What does this look, sound, feel like in my body and life? As I was pondering this morning, these 6 characteristics came up for me (I expand upon them in th…
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In this episode of Middle Age Moment, Chad and Erika Jump discuss the trending topics of the week, conduct a fantasy draft for their "We Are The World" song of 2024, share amusing anecdotes about the lies they were told by their parents or told their own kids, and explore the contrasting experiences of shopping for men versus women.…
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Meet Chad and Erika Jump, the hosts behind the podcast "Middle Age Moments." Each episode of their podcast invites listeners into the intimate world of their everyday lives, where they candidly discuss relatable topics with humor, and unwavering honesty. Episode -2 Holding On To ThingsΑπό τον Chad and Erika Jump
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Meet Chad and Erika Jump, the hosts behind the podcast "Middle Age Moments." Each episode of their podcast invites listeners into the intimate world of their everyday lives, where they candidly discuss relatable topics with humor, and unwavering honesty. Episode 1 - Intro / DatingΑπό τον Chad and Erika Jump
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To live on purpose - to handcraft a brave and beautiful life - to be anchored in the storms of life - you need deep roots. We grow deep roots through conscious, consistent effort or 'watering' over time. SHOW NOTES In this episode I use three examples of women somewhere in the middle season of life, and a situation they are grappling with. I walk t…
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We're back with another cracking guest on Talking Cod, none other than footy legend Dean Holden. Dean talks about his illustrious career as a player and a manager, most recently of Charlton Athletic, but then opens up with deep authenticity as he talks about the tragic loss of his daughter, Cici. And that triggered something huge in our conversatio…
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A common experience that comes up in my work is grief and self-judgment when a client or community member feels that they have gone backwards in their growth. But we can’t go backwards; it’s impossible. We may feel like we’ve circled back to an old wound, or to something we believed we had already learned, once and for all. But we are all in progre…
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For our first guest of 2024, we're thrilled to have David Wilson, aka Sober Dave, share his raw and inspiring journey. For 40 years, Dave was entangled in an ongoing battle with alcohol, a struggle that nearly ruined his life—but a pivotal moment in January 2019 marked the beginning of an extraordinary transformation. Dave opens up about his darkes…
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In this mini-episode of Talking Cod, join Andy, Dave, and Phil as we delve into our exciting plans for 2024. We share a sneak peek into the stellar line-up of guests awaiting us in the upcoming episodes and an update on our next Walking Cod outdoor adventure. Amidst the future gazing, the conversation takes a weird turn - in true Cod fashion - with…
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Every single woman I know, and each woman I work with, benefits from regular, gentle reminders to pause and name what she is already doing well. To be proud of herself and name all the ways she regularly shows up with strength and bravery. Life is messy and we need to remember that perfection is not required. I certainly need regular check-points o…
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Join Njsane "DarkPaladin" Courtney and his co-hosts, Scott Johnson and Daniel Fischer, in this 'Frageelay' Middle Age Nerds podcast episode. We share insights into the games we play, including video games Sea of Thieves and Spider-Man 2, and board games Cascadia, Carcosonne, Deep Dive and Splendor. Listen on for our 'Sh*t We Watch' segment covering…
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Home is sacred. A safe and loving home creates a sense of safety and security in this noisy and often challenging world. Home is a mental-health issue. That is, lack of affordable housing contributes to struggles with what we think of as mental health (but mental health doesn’t stand apart from all other forms of health). It’s important to me to fe…
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SHOW NOTES Home is sacred space. It's not the size or fanciness of home that matters. Feeling at home in our body and life is also sacred. We get to treat home (home in self) as sacred and be the gatekeeper of who and what gets access to us/our True Self. Joy is relational; it's amplified when shared with others. But if we don't have a safe 'home b…
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*I swear in this episode in case you have little people around SHOW NOTES Grief is always hard... but grieving over the holidays can be an extra layer of hard. Our grief doesn't need to be 'fixed.' It simply needs to be witnessed. In this episode I share honestly about where I'm at and a few ideas for taking good care of yourself if you're grieving…
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In our latest episode of Talking Cod, we're chuffed to introduce Krish Patel, whose journey is a remarkable blend of ambition, adversity, and awakening. From the streets of Bolton to the professional football fields, Krish's childhood dream of becoming a footballer took him on a bit of a rollercoaster. His career began with promise at Bury, but inj…
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In theory at least, the holiday season is about gratitude, connection/community, a focus on what's truly most important. The reality for many, however, is an increase in stress, anxiety and depression. I don't know what all is going on in your life, of course, but perhaps there are ways you can lower your stress through less performing, people-plea…
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Shoring up leaky boundaries (boundary work in general!) is essential to living with freedom, wholeness, and joy and walking out our core values. There are three clear cues in my body and life that I have one or more leaky boundaries that need attending to. These cues are: resentment, persistent anxiety, and avoidance. SHOW NOTES In this episode I s…
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In our latest episode, we touch on a subject close to the heart – the impact of friends from different chapters of our lives passing away suddenly. Friends are the family we choose, accompanying us through life's journey, but what happens when they leave us without warning? Phil, Dave, and Andy open up about personal experiences, the feelings that …
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