Former University of Maine hockey goaltender Dan Sullivan talks about his career as a Division I athlete and how he transitioned out of hockey and into being a health coach. We talk nutrition, discipline, time management, and how to live a fuller life.
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Dr. Carol Sherman shares the framework of her new book, "You Matter to Me: The Unvarnished Truth about Love." We also get into the writing process and talk about tips for getting published (including self-publishing).
To find out more about Dr. Sherman's book or to purchase it, visit: https://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=9781680285628
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In this episode, University of Maine student and Outreach Coordinator for Maine Interfaith Power and Light, David Patrick, talks about race in the state of Maine as well as his efforts to create an edible park in the City of Bangor.
This is an honest, refreshing, optimistic, though at times heart wrenching story of what it is like to be black in an overwhelmingly white state and to live deliberately with a commitment to family and a strong sense of purpose.
Find Maine Interfaith Power and Light online at http://www.meipl.org. Look for David on Facebook and Twitter.
Larry and Andy Geaghan tell the story of how Geaghan's went from a struggling, barely-making it restaurant "at the back end of nowhere" to the 2016 Maine Restauranteurs of the Year. This is a story of dedication, commitment, great food, awesome beer, and a family that would not give up.