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Ready to excavate beliefs and experiences that create your current reality? Each Wednesday on Inner Archeology, Sarah Turner & Emily Pennystone use personal experiences and stories as a mirror for better understanding, epiphany, healing, and humor. You can expect raw, relevant, and vulnerable conversations as these two friends push back on judgement, guilt, and shame – all for the purpose of being lighter and freer with each passing year.
 
The National Park Service (NPS) Southwest Archeology Podcast explores archeological projects and historic preservation at NPS sites in the southwest. Get a behind-the-scenes view of how National Park Service archeology works through interviews with park staff, university researchers, and tribal partners. The show is produced by the Southern Arizona Office, and interviews include both NPS employees and partners.
 
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As humans, we like to see things in black and white but in fact, life is so nuanced, complex, and dynamic, and there is hardly anything that’s entirely good or entirely bad. Rather than thinking of things as “either, or” we should be thinking about them as “both, and.” The traits that you see as your biggest weaknesses are likely to also be some of…
 
The tension that seems to exist between the rational and the intuitive does not necessarily have to be a conflict. If we can bring these two spheres into harmony and balance, we can draw forth a stronger and more complete understanding and approach to our lives! In this episode of the show, we unpack the ideas of the mystic and the scientist, and h…
 
Not only does entrepreneurship give you control over your space and time, but it also encourages you to grow as a person, which then creates positive effects throughout your life more broadly. Today on the show we sit down to talk about our entrepreneurial endeavors, the moments in our lives that turned us off working a nine to five, and some of th…
 
No matter how great of a job our parents did at raising us, most of us are carrying around a few childhood scars. The resentment we might feel toward our families is difficult to work through, difficult to admit even, and can be the cause of self-destructive behavior patterns and addictions. Today on the show we speak about growing up and the role …
 
While we have set the context for what we say and, more specifically, the way we say it in our Master Your Mindset course, listeners might be wondering, “Why do Emily and Sarah talk about themselves as a collection of parts rather than singular entities?” Well, that’s exactly what we dive into in today’s episode! Tuning in, you’ll find out how thin…
 
We all have things we need to unlearn about money. Suffering is virtuous, life is hard, you’re a victim; these are just some of the beliefs that you might not even be aware that you have! The journey of moving from a mindset of scarcity to abundance is one that Emily and Sarah took together, commemorated over a lobster dinner, matching popsicle tat…
 
While Sarah and Emily both had very different upbringings, both of them experienced watershed moments where they had to confront beliefs that they held but no longer identified with. For Emily, it was the realization that the religious ideals she was living her life by were not her own; while Sarah faced criticism for wanting a divorce that didn't …
 
Today’s society has built a narrative around suffering and success: that suffering is noble, and that without it we do not deserve success. Now throw social media into the mix, and we have a scenario where suffering is compared between people, and some stories are being minimized. Tune in to this episode of Inner Archaeology to hear why Sarah and E…
 
Before we had even met in person for the first time, we knew we wanted to be in each other's lives. We first met at the Battery Park Book Exchange in Asheville, North Carolina, where we skipped the small talk and got straight to the heart of our deepest struggles, there was no chance we were ever letting this friendship go! The night before we reco…
 
There’s this idea that the five people you are surrounded by, or closest to, will have the biggest effect on you. But what if you've grown apart from a friend that you used to love? If you are forcing yourself to stay in that closeness when it isn't honoring you, it's probably affecting you in a way that may not be authentic or in alignment with wh…
 
Today on Inner Archeology, we get to know our hosts better as they introduce each other, the things they love most about each other, and joke about the importance of knowing your best friend’s favorite color and ice-cream flavor. In this episode, you’ll learn more about the creative aspect of their friendship, the previous podcast that they created…
 
We’ve all heard the saying “life is short,” but if you’re truly living in the present moment, that couldn’t be further from the truth (in a good way!). Being present is our natural state, but because of the way our lives are structured, and the pervasiveness of social media, it’s become something that we have to actively practice in order to achiev…
 
In this 3rd episode of our 2nd season, Sharlot starts out saying that it's the opening episode. Sorry for that! Otherwise, please enjoy listening to Sharlot and Matt discuss one of their own projects - climate change and adobe architecture in Tucson.For more information on the Desert Research Learning Center: https://www.nps.gov/im/sodn/drlc.htm…
 
In this episode we continue the discussion of African American Buffalo Soldiers, specifically at Chiricahua National Monument in southeastern Arizona. Park Ranger/Interpreter Ann Huston shares stories of the men who lived in Bonita Canyon for over a year; stories that still resonate today. Check out www.nps.gov/subjects/buffalosoldiers/ and Chirica…
 
To celebrate both Women's History Month and Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month our March interview is with Jan Balsom, archeologist by trade, and Senior Adviser to the Superintendent at Grand Canyon National Park. Listen along as Jan shares her career experiences and helps Sharlot and Matt realize whatever work they face, Jan's been t…
 
In our latest episode we interview archivist Khaleel Saba and conservator Dana Senge who both work for the Intermountain Region's Western Archeological and Conservation Center (WACC). They give us an idea of the work that goes in to preserving archeological records and objects after all the "work" is done. **Links in this episode** WACC: https://ww…
 
For National Mentor Month Matt gets to interview his longtime mentor, Larry Nordby (retired Research Archeologist, National Park Service). Larry discusses cliff dwellings, research, Mesa Verde National Park, project management, and so much more.Southern Arizona Office
 
This December at the National Park Service we celebrate our partners. Partnerships both internally and externally help us to ensure a bright future for the NPS. Angelyn Bass (University of New Mexico) and Douglas Porter (University of Vermont) are two such partners. Their partnership and research into our historic and pre-contact sites has been inv…
 
In honor of National Native American Heritage Month we interview Lloyd Masayumptewa, Superintendent of Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site. He discusses how being Hopi influences his work and what we at the NPS can do better. **Links in this episode** Hubbell Trading Post NHS: https://www.nps.gov/hutr/index.htm Council for Indigenous, Relev…
 
In this inaugural episode I discuss my personal story: as the grandson of Milton R. Hunter (Presidency of the First Quorum of Seventy of the LDS Church, historian/author) I developed a love for Book of Mormon archeology from an early age. I will discuss my transition from a Mesoamerica enthusiasts to a Heartland Geography believer, my family’s atte…
 
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