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Episode 9 – Drew Railsback

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Episode 9 – Drew Railsback

“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. This week, host Colenn Berracasa talks with army veteran Drew Railsback about why he went into the military, how he chose his job as a military police officer, new and old school views on the military, being pro-peace, rumors about the military, why people join the military these days, passion and drive, having religious and political views outside of the norm for the military, how world views change when living in other countries, serving at Yongsan in Korea, the unique difficulties and challenges of being in a combat versus peace zone, the day-to-day life of a military police officer, suicide in the military, serving in Iraq, tearing an ACL and not realizing it for months, the National Guard, life as a veteran, Facebook, Google, the importance of people knowing about the bad sides of war too, the therapeutic aspects of MMA training, odd jobs, working in the psych ward of a hospital, and a plea to the people of the world.

The 20-Something Life airs on Tuesdays from 9-10am during Summer 2013 on 91.9 FM KCSB in Santa Barbara and kcsb.org. Listen to past episodes on 20somethingliferadio.com.

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Episode 3 – Madeleine Foster

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Episode 3 – Madeleine Foster

“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. This week, host Colenn Berracasa talks with Madeleine Foster, a yoga teacher in Santa Barbara. We talk about coming to college at UCSB from the East Coast, the process of becoming a yoga teacher, the Lulu Lemon phenomenon, the trendiness of yoga, the unintended competitiveness in yoga classes and how to avoid it, the difficulties of doing a physical job, getting by (financially) as a yoga teacher, what it means to become a “real person” / “grown up,” choosing work you love over work that’s just for money, leading a fulfilled life, the difficulties of being young with many interests and not knowing what’s coming next, and how to get into yoga if you’re new to it.