Episode 192: Professor Buzzkill

Jim Ellermeyer is joined by fellow Podcaster Professor Buzzkill as we discuss his path into history, and the beginnings of a talk about The Compleat Angler by Izaak Walton.

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Fishing Without Bait 191: Ending the Cycle with Emily

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Jim Ellermeyer is joined by Emily wrap their conversation talking more about her cycle of cleaning up and jail, getting sober along with her father, snapping her out of the cycle, the things she had done because of drugs, the sense of relief one day realizing she was done, participating in her meetings, finally being able to listen to her authentic self.

“Everyone has a little turmoil. That’s what makes us exciting.”

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Episode 190: Willpower and Surrender with Emily

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Jim Ellermeyer is joined by Emily are continuing their conversation on what addiction feels like, a matter of willpower and how helpless she felt going back to drugs after she left prison, surrendering to the need to work on herself and return to rehabilitation, what withdrawal feels like, “using to die” after her mother passed.

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Episode 189: Identity with Emily

Jim Ellermeyer is joined by Emily for the next few episodes to discuss her path to recovery. We look at her self esteem and identity growing up, getting into drinking and doing drugs at a young age, reacting to his brother’s death, and losing herself.

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Episode 188: Confidence and Presence With Natalie Bencivenga

Jim Ellermeyer spends some more time catching up with Natalie Bencivenga about arrogance and confidence and being a positive influence, time with kairos and chronos, the individual’s bill of rights, and more!

“You are enough. Just where you our. Just what you are doing. You are enough.”

You can read Natalie’s work as part of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s SEEN and follow her on Twitter at @NBSeen

Natalie is the cohost of The Broadcast Podcast. You can listen to her interviews at www.broadcast-podcast.com .

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Episode 187: Waterfall With Natalie Bencivenga

Jim Ellermeyer spends some more time catching up with Natalie Bencivenga about working with time as they do a time traveling exercise, talk about resetting your lives like our computers using exercise and yoga, applying action and effort, not worrying about what people think about her, and the cleansing energy of walking through a Waterfall.

“If you want something to happen, you better do something to make it happen”

You can read Natalie’s work as part of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s SEEN and follow her on Twitter at @NBSeen

Natalie is the cohost of The Broadcast Podcast. You can listen to her interviews at www.broadcast-podcast.com .

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Episode 186: Miss Macross vs Batman

Jim Ellermeyer is joined again by musician and writer Sheena Carroll and her band mate Steve Banks to continue their conversation about working together in a band, social anxiety, Sheena releasing her chat book Miss Macross vs Batman.

Find out more about Miss Macross vs Batman at https://missmacross.com/2018/08/19/my-first-book-is-officially-out/

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You can find more of Sheena Carroll's work online on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/akamissmacross/). Read her blog at magicalgirlcafe.blog and check out Girls Write Pittsburgh at www.girlswritepittsburgh.com

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Episode 185: Helping Girls Write with Sheena Carroll

Jim Ellermeyer is joined again by musician and writer Sheena Carroll and her band mate Steve Banks as we touch base with Sheena about Girls Write Pittsburgh and making a difference and helping build empowerment, working through the fear of creating, modeling behavior, and more!

You can find more of Sheena Carroll's work online on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/akamissmacross/). Read her blog at magicalgirlcafe.blog and check out Girls Write Pittsburgh at www.girlswritepittsburgh.com

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Episode 184: Dark Times with Sheena Carroll and Steve Banks

Jim Ellermeyer is joined again by musician and writer Sheena Carroll and her band mate Steve Banks as we learn a bit about him, how they connected in making music over Fastball songs, his dealing with recovering from a back injury over several years, and coming out of it.

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You can find more of Sheena Carroll's work online on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/akamissmacross/). Read her blog at magicalgirlcafe.blog and check out Girls Write Pittsburgh at www.girlswritepittsburgh.com

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Episode 183: New Perspectives With Natalie Bencivenga

James Ellermeyer is joined by Natalie Bencivenga to continue their conversation about her path, including leaving medical school at 22, the influence of her grandmother and strong women in her life, reading a poem about her grandmother in her earlier life and the new perspective it gave her, being ok with being uncomfortable and working through it, and how going to school to become a social worker had changed her.

“If you don’t feel it you can’t heal it…”

You can read Natalie’s work as part of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s SEEN and follow her on Twitter at @NBSeen

Natalie is the cohost of The Broadcast Podcast. You can listen to her interviews at www.broadcast-podcast.com .

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