Biological adjustment to new climates
Original blog article reference: https://www.mylittlesalesman.com/news/17-cold-weather-tips-for-workers Summary: This podcast episode discusses 17 tips for staying warm in cold weather, including: Insulating your pulse points Wearing multiple layers of clothing Unzipping your coat if you get too warm Eating snacks to stoke your internal heater Moving your body to generate heat Protecting your extremities from the cold Using a scarf or balaclava to protect your neck and face Applying chapstick to exposed skin De-fogging your glasses or goggles Acclimating to the cold before you get there Using the restroom often Using a radiant heater on your tools Key takeaways: It is important to insulate your pulse points, such as your neck, wrists, ankles, and knees. Wearing multiple layers of clothing is better than wearing a single heavy coat. If you get too warm, unzip your coat or remove a layer of clothing. Eating snacks can help to stoke your internal heater and keep you warm. Moving your body generates heat and helps to circulate warm blood throughout your body. Protecting your extremities from the cold is important to prevent frostbite and other injuries. A scarf or balaclava can help to protect your neck and face from the cold. Chapstick can help to protect your skin from windburn and dryness. If you are moving between temperatures, treat your glasses or goggles with a de-fog solution beforehand. Acclimate to the cold before you get there by gradually decreasing the temperature in your vehicle. Use the restroom often to avoid holding it in, which can make you feel colder. Using a radiant heater on your tools can make them more pleasant to use in cold temperatures. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/buying-bigger-better/message
Hour 2 of The Sports Bar with Danger and Battaglia begins with a quick practice report including Leonard Fournette sharing just how cold it was today. Thad Brown of News 8 Sports stops by with his thoughts on Fournette, Linval Joseph, Rasul Douglas, and what fans can expect from each in advance of Sunday's matchup in Cincinnati. Also, the guys take a peek at tonight's game on Prime featuring the Titans and Steelers along with the idea that neither team may score a touchdown. Listen, download, rate, and subscribe here or wherever you enjoy your shows.
Better Lawns and Gardens Hour 1 – Coming to you from Summit Responsible Solutions Studios. Time to acclimate your fruit trees for the upcoming winter! Teresa Watkins and Dana Venrick owner of Quality Green Specialists Nursery discuss essentials nutrients and minerals that help fruit trees handle the stress of wintertime freezes. Teresa announces a Garden Comm Virtual Conference for anyone who would like a career in the green industry. Garden questions include assisting larger fruit production, small palm trees for privacy, what's wrong with my plant and planting wrong palm trees., and more. https://bit.ly/3c1f5x7 Graphic and photo credit: Teresa Watkins Listen every Saturdays from 7am - 9am EST on WFLA- Orlando. Call in with your garden questions and text messages on 1-888.455.2867 and 23680, Miss the live broadcast? Listen on Audioboom podcast 24/7. https://bit.ly/3c1f5x7 #WFLF #WFLA #FNN #WNDB #WDBO #BetterLawns #gardening #Florida #planting #gardeninglife #radio #southflorida #northflorida #centralflorida #Deland #SHE #Orlando #Sarasota #Miami #FortLauderdale #BLGradio #WRLN #WiOD #gardening #SummitResponsibleSolutions #QualityGreenSpecialists #BlackKow
Doctor Who rarely did season-long arcs in the Classic series, but sprinkled here and there are mini storylines like the E-Space trilogy. After all, what better way to raise the stakes a bit AND introduce a new companion than to maroon your regulars in a pocket universe for a few episodes? Well, if you're going to use cliche marsh creatures and sad plastic spiders as your chief antagonists, that might be a sign your mini arc isn't starting on the right foot. Yes, there's a bit too much nonsense going on in Full Circle, although Tom Baker might be on his game just enough to still earn this adventure a badge for sci-fi-trope excellence. That said, we may have had a little too much riverfruit to properly judge. Commentary for Full Circle begins at 23:28. Rate and review Pull To Open on Apple Podcasts! Join the conversation on Spotify! Follow us on: TikTok! @pulltoopen Instagram: @pulltoopen63 Twitter: @pulltoopen63 YouTube: youtube.com/pulltoopen Play Pull To Open Bingo! Story Essentials Season 18, Serial 3 Story number: 111, per the The Pull To Open Codex Writer: Andrew Smith Director: Peter Grimwade Producer: John Nathan-Turner Aired 25 October – 15 November 1980 Pull To Open: Full Circle Season 4 Episode 33 Hosts: Pete Pachal and Chris Taylor Music: Martin West/Thinking Fish
Originally from South East London and currently residing in Nashville, TN, Jonathan 'Ginger' Hamilton developed his love for music growing up in church. By age fourteen was holding it down for the UK's leading worship leaders and groups. A few years later, he made his Pop music debut and has gone on to work with artists like, Jessie J, Olly Murs, Lianne La Havas, N Dubz, JLS and Westlife. Since 2017, he has been the touring drummer for Sam Smith. In this episode, Jon talks about: Managing drumming and repetitive stress injuries Acclimating to Nashville, TN from London Influence of Caribbean and African music in gospel music in the UK Bringing positivity to every situation and gig Preparing for the gig you want Drumming for Sam Smith The touring rig for the 21st century Mentorship His clothing line, Drum and Drummer
If all you can see is collapse and suffering, then you haven't followed healing all the way through. There is thriving, creativity, expansion everywhere. It's your holding on to an old story that's getting in the way. Seek out evidence of what's actually happening in the longer trajectory of your life and you'll be re-engaged with inspiration.
Most people who go to prison eventually get out. As difficult an experience as that can be, re-entering society afterward can be just as challenging as life on the inside — and in some ways, more so. What is it like to rebuild a life after spending years, or even decades, behind bars? What resources are out there to help? We talk with people who have experienced life in prison about their hopes for themselves and others, and with representatives from two organizations working to support re-entry. But first, Nashville Public Radio's senior music writer Jewly Hight joins us to talk about Peter One, Nashville Artist of the Month over at our sister station WNXP. This episode was produced by Steve Haruch. Guests: Chantel Kimble, former insider Sedrick Booker, former insider Reisha Kidd, case management and community outreach at Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry and Reentry Center Rico X, CEO of Project Return Related reading: Gov. Lee allows ‘truth in sentencing' bill to become law, but says he favors re-entry programs Hundreds of thousands of Tennesseans can't vote because of a felony conviction. They are challenging state law to have their voices heard. Tennessee's 51-year life sentences Special thanks to Rahim Buford, Kelsey Hall and Tasha A. F. Lemley.
In this episode, I dive into the stages of moving to a new country. Future olim, this episode is for you! I start off with a debrief from last week's incredible Purim celebration. I dressed as a man and the cross-dressing experience lent to a very fun social experiment and I share all the hilarious reactions as well as an exploration of masculinity vs. femininity. Then, I dive into the 5 stages of acclimating to a new country, share stories from learning Hebrew, difficult Saturday nights, to building up my confidence. It's amazing to look back at how much things have changed and evolved. Lastly, I finish off with a little piece of Torah and a meditation on redemption and what it can bring to our own lives. As always, you can email email@example.com for any ideas or thoughts that came up for you! (0-3:38)- Intro (3:38-15:40) - Purim debrief and reactions to my costume (15:40-27:24) - 1st three stages, culture and language barriers (27:24-32:37) - Assimilation, biculturalism, and snails? (32:37-end) - Torah on redemption and final blessing!
Off The Walz is brought to you by The Granville Pub. Join us at the Granville for Louisville WBB watch parties and live shows after the games!Brian is joined by beloved graduate senior Mykasa Robinson- Looking back at last year's Final Four run- Acclimating transfers to this team- Taking on a leadership role- On the growth of Hailey Van Lith- Why the team still has national title expectations- On an emotional senior day+ Much, much more
This episode of the NLN Nursing EDge Unscripted Surface track is part 2 of 2 featuring guests Kevin Ching and Kathryn Muccino. Dedicated to excellence in nursing, the National League for Nursing is the leading organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education. Find past episodes of the NLN Nursing EDge podcast online. Get instant updates by following the NLN on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. For more information, visit NLN.org.
This episode of the NLN Nursing EDge Unscripted Surface track is part 1 of 2 featuring guests Kevin Ching and Kathryn Muccino. Dedicated to excellence in nursing, the National League for Nursing is the leading organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education. Find past episodes of the NLN Nursing EDge podcast online. Get instant updates by following the NLN on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. For more information, visit NLN.org.
Who is Chad Robichaux's JSOC interpreter Aziz? During their eight deployments together in Afghanistan, Chad and Aziz saved each other's lives more times than either could count, providing invaluable intel and establishing connections all over the region. But when the Afghan government fell and interpreters began being hunted by the Taliban, suddenly Aziz and Chad had bigger problems. Because it wasn't just getting Aziz out that was the problem - it was getting his family out safely too. And of course, neither could have known at the time that they were building the foundation for Save Our Allies, an organization that's helped thousands of families escape since.----------Chapters:00:00 - Intro01:20 - Merry Christmas from Mike Drop05:00 - How Chad Met Aziz08:00 - Bashir 14:00 - A Firefight Exit16:00 - Buying Russian Weapons20:00 - It's Not 'Corruption', it's 'Business Facilitation'22:00 - Born in Kabul24:30 - Escaping the Taliban29:00 - Living under Mujahideen Rule35:00 - They're Kind of Like Gangs, but Worse41:00 - Nobody Really Thought about the U.S. until the War44:00 - A Hairy HVT Story49:00 - John Wick Academy50:00 - A Shockingly Effemninate Talib54:00 - An Administration Gone Quiet1:00:00 - Learning to Culturally Blend In1:09:00 - Encouraging Cooperation1:11:00 - Close Calls at the Bank1:16:00 - Hearing about the Withdrawal for the First Time1:23:00 - Holding Leadership Accountable1:26:30 - Crafting the Daily Caller Story1:36:00 - Five Days in Hell1:40:00 - Through the Taliban & Getting Shot at Along the Way1:45:00 - Evaccing the Family1:48:00 - One Backpack, One Pair of Clothes1:53:00 - From Chad's Perspective1:59:00 - 300,000 People Are Still Trying to Get Out2:04:00 - Acclimating to America2:06:00 - Chad, Meet Hatra2:11:30 - 9 Months in Abu Dhabi2:15:00 - Dennis' Perspective2:19:00 - So There's a Man in a Ghillie Suit...----------Support Aziz & Chad Robichaux: Saving Aziz (Book): https://www.amazon.com/Saving-Aziz-Mission-Calling-Thousands-ebook/dp/B09YNH4SF2Save Our Allies: https://saveourallies.orgMighty Oaks Foundation: https://www.mightyoaksprograms.orgIG: https://www.instagram.com/chadrobo_official------------Sponsors:MyBookieSign up at MyBookie, use my promo code MIKEDROP and you'll instantly get a deposit bonus up to $1000!------------Black BuffaloUse promo code MIKEDROP at checkout for 15% off your first order on BlackBuffalo.com. And check out their store locator to see if Black Buffalo is sold at a retailer near you.------------Bubs NaturalsThe BUBS namesake derives from Glen ‘BUB' Doherty, who was heroically killed in Benghazi, Libya in 2012. In addition to remembering Glen for the patriot he is, the BUBS ethos centers around the passionate and adventure seeking life that Glen lived. BUBS Naturals products are rooted in sustainably sourced ingredients and controlled consistency to provide our customers with the highest quality Collagen Protein & MCT Oil Powder that help you feel amazing and live a fuller life.Our mission is simple. FEEL GREAT. DO GOOD. 10% always goes back to charity, helping military men and women transition back into civilian life. Go to bubsnaturals.com and use code MIKEDROP for 20% off your order.------------USCCAhttps://www.uscca.com/mikedropLEGAL DISCLAIMER -The USCCA is not an insurance company. A policy has been issued to the USCCA. That policy provides the association and its members with self-defense liability insurance, subject to its terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions.------------Fueled by TeamDog | www.mikeritlandco.com | @Teamdog.petALL THINGS MIKE RITLANDSHOP for Fueled By Team Dog Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel, Accessories, and Protection dogs- MikeRitlandCo.com - https://www.MikeRitlandCo.comTeam Dog Online dog training- TeamDog.pet - https://www.TeamDog.pet
Jay Stevens is joined by Utah Grizzlies Goalie, Lukáš Pařík, to dive into his career so far including growing up playing hockey in Prague, Czech Republic, getting drafted by the LA Kings in the third round, and some of his hockey inspirations growing up. We also dive into how he turned to Friends to become fluent in English, the culture shock he experienced coming to America, and how COVID-19 impacted his career while playing in the Czech Republic. Lukáš also breaks down his time with the Dubuque Fighting Saints in the USHL, his battles with the Utah Grizzlies while playing for the Rapid City Rush, and the accident that would leave him with multiple broken ribs after getting hit by a wrong-way driver.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Newly acquired Red Sox pitcher Taylor Broadway came over to the team as the player to be named later from the White Sox to complete the Jake Diekman trade at occurred during the trade deadline. Broadway has been pitching for the Portland Sea Dogs since being traded and is trying to acclimate to his new team during the season's final weeks. Massachusetts Pirates Team Insider & WooSox Production Assistant Jake Ignaszewski is joined by Taylor Broadway to talk about how he found out that he was being traded to the Red Sox and how he's been acclimating to his new team. Broadway explains what he's been working on throughout this season and what he plans to focus on during the offseason to continue improving. Broadway then explains what goes into his gameday routine and how he uses visualization as a powerful tool to help him prepare for the game before the situation arises. Lastly, Broadway shares something he'd want Red Sox fans to know about himself. Follow us on Twitter! @LO_RedSox & @jakeiggy & @lalalalaurrrren Support us by supporting our sponsors! BetOnline Today's Episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gokul Natesan (@gokuln_) is a professional basketball player who grew up in California.He joins Ara on this week's episode of #TheTamilCreator to discuss getting his basketball chops from his dad who played in India, the process of becoming a professional basketball player (the good and the bad), hooping with NBA star Jordan Poole, the Raptors vs. Warriors championship series, South Asian representation in the NBA, the importance of keeping a long-term view in mind, and so much more.Follow Gokul:- Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/gokuln_/)Timestamps:00:19 - Ara introduces this week's guest, Gokul Natesan01:06 - Gokul's childhood; Starting basketball 5 years old, getting a scholarship, his parents being supportive06:58 - Growing up as a Golden State Warriors fan, his family being enthusiasts as well, the Raptors parade08:42 - How Gokul became a professional basketball player; how he found his opportunities10:11 - Playing in Australia, Ukraine, Finland, and Uruguay - his favourite experience? How does he pick a league?12:20 - Acclimating to different team cultures and hierarchies to stand out individually and fit in as well13:49 - How to build team camaraderie and chemistry14:55 - The downside of being a professional athlete; isolation16:27 - Travelling to games and how taxing it is17:49 - Playing shooting guard, hooping with Jordan Poole, and what Gokul wants to get better at19:34 - The different types of basketball trainers Gokul works with; nutrition, strength, etc.20:13 - The lack of South Asian representation in the NBA & WNBA; will this change?21:23 - Advice for the younger generation of hoopers24:17 - What his friend circle looks like; does everyone understand his journey?25:49 - The Tamil community in the Bay Area26:59 - Will Gokul join the Ontario Tamil Basketball Association / Ontario Tamil Basketball League?29:14 - His biggest learning lesson; how it translates from the basketball court to real life30:54 - Advice he would give his 16-year-old self31:57 - The personal legacy he wants to be remembered for by his friends and family32:35 - Creator Confessions41:20 - The Wrap UpIntro MusicProduced And Mixed By:- The Tamil Creator- YanchanWritten By:- Aravinthan Ehamparam- Yanchan Rajmohan
We sit down to discuss something that perplexes many climbers: why grades can feel SO DIFFERENT when you go to a new crag, gym or climbing area. If you have ever felt like a fish out of water visiting somewhere new, you aren't alone and we have some tips to help you. We also discuss nutrition tips for adjusting to higher altitudes - there are things you can do to ease the transition! If you've got a climbing trip coming up that you want to prepare for, we've got good news! The Good Spray self-guided training plan sale is on right now. You can get 25% off a self-guided sport climbing program, boulder program, or strength & fingers plan. Head on over to goodsprayclimbing.com/store to check out the deals and grab a plan! Want to master your understanding of how your nutrition, training, and lifestyle play a key role in impacting your hormonal health? Caitlin is collaborating with Emily Smith, The Outdoor Nutritionist, to bring you Bloom, An intimate 8-week coaching experience to get you from confused to empowered when it comes to your hormonal health. This program is for active women and gender queer individuals and includes eight weeks of group calls and educational content as you navigate a web of factors impacting hormonal health. The experience starts August 15th, but right now, you can get $100 off the total investment. Tap the link in our show notes to apply and learn more. https://dirtbagnutritionist.podia.com/bloom-group-coaching-experience?coupon=BLOOMPRESALE Nutrition e-books are here! Check out the Climber's Nutrition Guides to Nutrient Timing, Roadtrip Feeling, and Plant-Based Fueling: https://dirtbagnutritionist.podia.com What's your climbing theme song? Link to take the quiz: https://quiz.tryinteract.com/#/621eca54b3a0ca0018043a7b Enjoying the Podcast? Want more of it? Then get excited for the launch of our Patreon - and with that, Patron-only episodes! Sign up now to support the show and keep the episodes rolling in! The Average Climber Podcast is a part of the Plug Tone Audio Collective. You can learn more about other shows in the collective by going to www.plugtoneaudio.com.
We have a great Ask the Coach Q and A this week! We collected questions from our I Race Like A Girl and Girls Get Gritty teammates! Lots of great info in here! Strength Training In Season What to do when nutrition plan fails Clean bike = more watts?? Acclimating to heat/humidity Running with power- worth it? How much open water vs pool time in summer? Recovery after a big race Favorite thing to eat after a long training session Supplements And don't forget about our DISCOUNT CODE from our sponsor TheFeed.com. Use the code RACEGIRL to get 25% off your order!
I'm joined by friend and fellow mastermind participant, Emilia Makówka, to talk about their entrepreneurial journey as a queer neurodivergent money and life coach in Poland. With recent appearances in Newsweek and in a collaboration with Ikea, Emilia shares their experience embracing visibility with their own needs in mind, decentralizing their professional life from their personal life, and previewing their brand new mastermind for queer and neurodivergent humans they plan to launch within the next year. Timecoded Guide: In this episode, Emilia and I cover… [03:57] Getting creative with financial resourcing the make investments in yourself and your business [11:58] Acclimating to bigger visibility and coping with visibility anxiety as Emilia worked with Ikea and was featured in Newsweek [21:05] Working through their first launch and understanding how to measure their goals for them, including taking currency into account [29:59] Doubling down on creating a safe money and life design space where queer and neurodivergent humans can thrive [33:43] Prioritizing personal growth and thriving in their social and love life and decentering their business from their life [39:40] Emilia's One Year From Now vision for herself and her company, especially when it comes to their upcoming mastermind
Paul Dottino and Jeff Feagles talk about the Giants rookies adjusting to the NFL level, discuss veteran leadership, and take calls from fans. SUBSCRIBE NOW **Apple**** | ****Spotify**** | ****Google**** | ****Stitcher**** | ****iHeart Radio** 1:34 - Rookies acclimating 11:03 - Calls 27:08 - Player leadership 43:06 - Special teams See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's episode, I talk to Alexis Joseph, a registered dietician who started a food blog back in 2011 called Hummusapien. In 2014 she cofounded a restaurant group right out of grad school that focuses on meal delivery services. When she's not running her business she's busy taking care of her beautiful baby boy! During our conversation, Alexis shares the struggles between being a mom and being an entrepreneur, the best lessons she has learned from motherhood, and why you should always be open to what the excitement the future holds! In this episode, we cover: Alexis shares more about herself and her career aspirations [3:02] The beautiful lessons of motherhood [7:11] Breastfeeding is a full-time job [16:25] Advice for future moms and the changes your body goes through [19:13] Be open to it being better than you imagined [24:28] You have other qualities about you in addition to being a mom [27:27] Connect with Alexis: IG: @hummusapien Website: https://www.hummusapien.com/ LINKS: Download our FREE Body Confidence Blueprint Follow Dylan on IG Follow FMN on IG
Chandos Quill of Adstra Data, shares her knowledge of strategy and development. She and the Jeffs dive into: •Acclimating to a new organization. •How to get brutal honesty from members of your organization. •Working relationships in a virtual workforce.Follow Us on Facebook, Instagram, or TwitterGet in touch InnovationJunkie.com
How long does it take a cat to settle into a new home? How do you get them to settle in quicker? What should you do to make him feel welcome? In this podcast Molly and Dewey discuss the crucial steps to take when arriving home with a new cat. Following a good process reduces stress and anxiety and sets your new cat up for success.
This week I am hanging out with Kane Wilkinson, the Ottawa born Toronto-based creator behind ‘Dusty Organ,' a music blog that provides a critical artery for music lovers from all over North America and abroad to connect with new music. Kane is a music blogger, photographer, content creator, foodie and bar rail aficionado. We talk about wild car journey through Portugal, Acclimating to Toronto life mid-pandemic and being a Montreal Canadians fan (for some reason). You can follow Kane Wilkinson here: Blog: https://www.dustyorgan.com/ Merch: https://www.dustyorgan.bigcartel.com/ IG: www.instagram.com/dusty_organ YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaeQ5iCRk8jHcFiRMKCS12A Subscribe to automatically get Kane's episode and more episodes of Social Animals. Tell your friends, comment below and enjoy the stories! Thanks for listening! The interlude music on this episode was made by Me using Apple Garage band and those sweet sweet loopies.
In this discussion with Jack and Mark, we cover many topics, including:Jack and Mark share their stories of retiring and exiting Corporate America.Why they decided to leave their jobs. Taking risks.Enjoying the process of putting the pieces together.Acclimating to your new environment and having a plan for how you're going to approach things.Focus on making it a celebration. The idea that Maggie can do anything she wants, and have time for it. Writing down your core values, what's important to you. Change and how the body tends to resist change, but it can be exhilarating. How to face your fears and not be afraid.The process of throttling down and how it took them years. When you're used to running 90mph and then you jump into retirement, it takes a while to throttle back and relax truly.How quickly you will fill your time with other things.Don't make big life decisions right away, instead, test things out and take notes. A directed lifestyle vs. an undirected lifestyle. The idea that once you relax, a new vision for your life will appear. Reinventing yourself in early retirement. ---Follow friends on FIREfrTwitterInstagramFacebookLinkedInLeave us a voicemail or text us: 404-981-3370eMail us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: www.friendsonfire.org---Other LinksMaggie's Blog: Mostly Minimal LifeMike's Book: Your New Relationship with Money
ESPN's Tim MacMahon joins The Drive to discuss last night in the NBA, Jazz vs Bucks, a fresh-looking Mike Conley, teams potentially courting Quin Snyder(?), postseason expectations + more
This week's episode of Aquarium Dilemmas is all about How to Acclimate Aquarium Fish. I have made many mistakes over the many years of fish keeping, and not knowing the reason behind why we Acclimate aquarium fish was a huge mistake. Several methods exist for acclimating freshwater fish; however, one way works best for my fish. In this week's episode, we discuss why you need to acclimate fish, the water chemistry of the incoming fish bag, and the best way to acclimate my new fish. Thank you for Listening. Enjoy!ScienceGal Aquatics Kerri & Jesse
Acclimating to what we want is a process. Even after our desire manifests in physical reality, that doesn't mean our alignment practice is done. I found out the hard way that just because it got here doesn't mean it has to stay here if we don't continue the frequency that brought it in.
This week's episode of 'Advancing ALL Women' with Sarah Alter, is 'Acclimating to the U.S.' Our guests, Diana Figueroa, Travel Merchant Business Development Lead, Visa; Yang Luo-Branch, IT professional, Tyson Foods and Founder and President, Arkansas Association of Asian Businesses; and Bhagya Subbareddy, Vice President, Business Process Intelligence, SAP, will discuss their personal journeys to the United States, the biases still present against workers who join companies from abroad, advice for leaders acclimating to the United States, and how their companies can better support them.
Mike Glover is the founder and CEO of Fieldcraft Survival. He spent 18 years in the military and served as a SGM in the special forces and worked for an OGA. I have wanted to get Mike on since I started this podcast as I believe his philosophies on mindset and preparedness can be extremely useful for hunters. It was a pleasure and an honour to have this conversation. Mike Glover https://www.instagram.com/mike.a.glover/ https://www.instagram.com/fieldcraftsurvival/ https://fieldcraftsurvival.com/ Timestamps: 0:00 - Intros 1:15 – Mike's recent mule deer hunt 7:49 – The journey of creating Fieldcraft Survival 18:12 – Acclimating to the real world after combat 20:14 – Learning resources and mentors 23:25 – The business of building community 34:45 – Maintaining commitment in the face of adversity 42:10 – Lessons in discipline from the tomb of the unknowns 47:07 – Self-awareness during fight, flight or freeze 1:02:00 – Where to start with preparedness 1:07:08 – How to bring the family into preparedness 1:11:36 – Mike's reading list 1:14:46 – Bare essential med kit for hunting 1:16:55 – Strategic planning for hunters Jay Nichol email@example.com https://www.mindfulhunter.com/ Merch https://www.mindfulhunter.com/shop Free Backcountry Nutrition Guide https://www.mindfulhunter.com/tools Newsletter https://www.mindfulhunter.com/contact IG https://www.instagram.com/mindful_hunter/ Podcast https://www.mindfulhunter.com/podcast
A new author to me, Valerie Fraser Luesse writes brilliant historical Southern romance with a unique perspective and delightful story ideas. We chatted about where she gets her ideas, how her role as Senior Travel Editor for Southern Living Magazine gives her fun insights into books, and all from the hospital where her husband was a patient! That's dedication, folks! Note: links may be affiliate links that provide me with a small commission at no extra expense to you. You're Going to Love the Unique Story Behind this Historical Romance My first taste of Valerie Fraser Luesse's writing came with The Key to Everything. That book… oh, man that book. It opened with a scene where the main character, Preston, sees his parents in an intimate (no not that kind of intimate) moment and it changes him… and doesn't at the same time. It just makes him a richer person for it. You see who he's going to become just from his reaction. Learning that this book came from a true story about a young man who rode his bicycle down the east coast Route 1 Highway to Key West from Savannah. The reasons and impetus in that book are different from the original story, but the book… wow. I just have to say, wow! And you don't want to miss Valerie's tale about a few interesting reviews she got about it. Hint: if you're looking for an erotica collection, you won't find it here. That's all I'm sayin'. We chatted about a few of her other books (guess what, I had one on my shelf and didn't even know it was hers! EEEP!) . But that's not telling you about Under the Bayou Moon Seriously, the story about how she got the idea for the book and the research she did. You don't want to miss it. I think being that Senior Travel Editor for Southern Living Magazine gives her a great opportunity to find unique settings and hear wonderful stories that spark exciting ideas. This one is no exception. Oh, and don't forget to pay attention the ‘gators. Just puttin' that out there. About Under the Bayou Moon by Valerie Fraser Luesse Restless with the familiarity of her Alabama home, Ellie Fields accepts a teaching job in a tiny Louisiana town deep in bayou country. Though rightfully suspicious of outsiders, who have threatened both their language and their culture, most of the people in tiny Bernadette, Louisiana, come to appreciate the young and idealistic schoolteacher as a boon to the town. She's soon teaching just about everyone–and coming up against opposition from both the school board and a politician with ulterior motives. Acclimating to a whole new world, Ellie meets a lonely but intriguing Cajun fisherman named Raphe who introduces her to the legendary white alligator that haunts these waters. Raphe and Ellie have barely found their way to each other when a huge bounty is offered for the elusive gator, bringing about a shocking turn of events that will test their love and their will to right a terrible wrong. A master of the Southern novel, Valerie Fraser Luesse invites you to enter the sultry swamps of Louisiana in a story that illuminates the struggle for the heart and soul of the bayou. Releases August 5, so get your preorders in! You can find more about Valerie on the “About” page of her website. That's also where you can also find her links to social media about halfway down the page or so. Like to listen on the go? You can find Because Fiction Podcast at: Apple Castbox Google Play Libsyn RSS Spotify Stitcher and more! If you'd like to be on the Because Fiction Podcast, please go HERE and submit your topic idea! I'd love to hear about it.
Cardio sucks. I hate cardio. Most likely you do too. In this episode, Monk talks about cardio. The ins and outs of cardio, it's benefits, and other creative ways to get your cardio in. Topics covered: -Why cardio sucks. -Acclimatization to weather. -Acclimating to different types of cardio. -The three energy systems. -Phosphagen/creophosphate training and what it is and how to. -Anaerobic training, what it is and how to. -Aerobic training, what it is and how to. -Why Monk thinks high level basketball players are the world's best overall athletes. -How to keep cardio fun. *** "Sidewalk" out on all DSPs get your copy here. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for more news and exclusive goodies. Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Follow Glawry Podcast on spotify. Follow us and engage with our community on instagram @_glawry_ Get at your host on instagram and engage in the conversation by following @xxyung_monkxx To sponsor the podcast or request to be a guest, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Call or text the Podcast Hotline at 407-476-8804 Follow on Instagram: https://Instagram.com/AllInWithAdam Listen on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-in-with-adam/id1542870543 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5e4MKXpg2mvww9Es27nFdu?nd=1 https://allinwithadam.com 00:00 - Intro 01:42 - What is the Carnivore Diet? 04:13 - Back pain in my early twenties 07:26 - Kratom 09:28 - GI Issues 10:52 - The Psoas Muscle 12:55 - Starting Keto 17:44 - How I Heard About Carnivore 18:34 - Supporting Arguments for Carnivore 32:19 - The transition week 34:51 - Increased Energy and Reduced Sleep 38:26 - Weight Loss 39:50 - Stable Energy 40:48 - Testosterone Boost 43:43 - Long term pain relief 46:44 - Trying to reintroduce foods 49:54 - Non-animal products that I can occasionally eat 52:08 - Euphoria while eating 54:49 - Acclimating to the diet long term 56:16 - Food Sensitivity 58:10 - Irritability 59:19 - Social downside of eating Carnivore 1:00:56 - What makes this diet easy for me 1:02:14 - Messy cooking 1:03:07 - Planning and Cost 1:04:53 - What I eat in a day 1:10:19 - Outro Summary
Scheduling Note: We will not being starting the next Zelda season until the beginning of the year. For the rest of December, we are doing interviews with other podcasts about their favorite Zelda games as well as a Game of the Year Special at the very end of the month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chatofthewild/support
Return Of The King - S01/E09 Lynxi WelcomeEpisode synopsis HBOMax Synopsis: When Martin Luther King comes out of a coma after 32 years and finds himself thrust into the 21st century and life in the post-September 11 era, his "turn the other cheek" philosophy quickly takes him from beloved national hero to despised terrorist sympathizer. Pre Show: Welcome to Justin from Smokin' Reggies podcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/ReggiesSmokin FB - https://www.facebook.com/SmokinReggies Other contact links: - https://www.flow.page/smokinreggies Show tangents Uncle J'Biden WTF is Trump doing?! Jimmy Kimmel vs. Adam Corolla Shows that could no longer be on OnlyFans Rage Against The Machine - Black people newly discovering reaction videos Roadtrip playlists Lynxi always spits the truth The Legend of Jimmy Rebel Show: Morgan Freeman King Lots of different emotions Many issues to unpack Other Civil Rights leaders who weren't talked about The end of this episode is so much like now Black parents having "the talk" with their children "Going off" on the cops Cop culture is racist Having positive interactions with cops Privilege Getting a real education BET, as a presentation of the Black community MLK Way Going to Canada Black unity Trump has always been racist Not trusting medicine Telling people the real truth Trump supporters in the hospital with Covid STILL not believing in Covid Socialism, Marxism, Capitalism 2nd Civil Rights movement Seeing natural Black hair in media Bad Hair on Hulu Lovecraft Country on HBO James Baldwin - "To be a Negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be in a state of rage almost, almost all of the time — and in one's work." Acclimating to change Everyone have a spot in the revolution to enact change A Dream Deferred is a reference to Langston Hughes White People Question:Regularly heard: “Why are Black folks looting and burning things when Martin Luther King practiced non-violence?” Please listen to what Kimberly Jones said. MLK, at the end of his life, had started to embrace Black nationalism. He also wasn't opposed to riots. "A riot is the language of the unheard." When Black people have been sad for so long, they get angry. They have a right to be hostile. People > Property Barely anyone ridicules when people riot of their team winning a championship. Adam Ruins Everything - Gun Control and the Black Community John Brown Gun Club Have a “Stupid White People Question” you want to leave us?Email us at Hosts@TheBoondocksPod.comor leave us a voicemail at (760) 933-8636, that's (760) WE-3-UNDO. Post Show Info: Thanks again to Justin. Next week: The Itits Need to see where we are on social media and such? Come find us! https://www.theboondockspod.com/links Trivia: The voice of young Granddad was done by Aaron McGruder. The poem that Dr. King recites is actually an excerpt from a song titled "Niggas" by Asheru. Asheru performs the series' theme song. Reverend Al Sharpton publicly criticized Aaron McGruder and Adult Swim for this episode. Sharpton felt that depicting Martin Luther King using the word "nigga" would "desecrate black historic figures". He demanded a public apology and threatened to stage a protest against Time Warner, Adult Swim's parent company. McGruder spoofed Sharpton's criticism in subsequent episodes and in the comic strip the show is based on. This episode aired on Martin Luther King's birthday (January 15th). Dr. King would have been 77 years old. Aaron McGruder won a Peabody Award (an award for excellent storytelling) for this episode! Show Music: Intro: #Makeachange by K.I.R.K. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License. Outro: Good Times by Audiobinger is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
ACCESSIBILITY: A transcript of this episode is available at whatthehaunt.com/transcripts Episode 2 of “What The Haunt?” In this episode: As the months pass following the awakening of his sensitivity to the paranormal, interactions with spirits quickly become a part of Joe's daily life. “Acclimating: becoming accustomed to a new environment or situation.” If anything you heard today left you asking “What The Haunt?” feel free to submit a question on the homepage of our website whatthehaunt.com, and we'll answer it in the next listener question episode! “What The Haunt?” is written and narrated by Joe Wood, mixed and mastered by Eric Rodriguez, and our theme song “Lift The Veil” is written by Joe Wood and performed by Mullinator. “Mom” is voiced by Mullinator. References: “The Complete Idiot's Guide to Communication With Spirits” by Rita S. Berkowitz & Deborah S. Romaine, and “The Everything Ghost Hunting Book” by Melissa Martin Ellis. Find us @whatthehaunt across all social media platforms.
In the 9th installment of the WST Podcast the WST boys discuss Keeping it real during the Quarantine (5:30) Acclimating to a new environment and delving into new cultures (13:15) Taking accountability in the things you say and Dave Chappelle's legacy (20:40) Safe Spaces and Emotional Responsibility in relationships (32:30). Lock it in and get comfortable because you're bound to hear some stuff you may or may not be too fond of! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thewellspokentoken/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thewellspokentoken/support
Join us this week as we discuss our dream home gyms, recap and introduce the weekly Comfort Challenge, and ask a series of rapid-fire style questions, tailored to what you might ask on a first date. If you find yourself in a dating - or in a personal development - slump, be sure to give this one a listen! Weekly Comfort Challenge = 'Just Say It' Challenge! Tell (at least three) people who you love (or deeply admire, respect, care for, etc.), but who you don't communicate those feelings to as often as you would like, how much they mean to you. Show Notes: 00:50: Dream Home Gyms / 07:45: Comfort Challenge Recap / 20:15: Acclimating to Post-Quarantine Life / 24:10: Comfort Challenge Introduction ('Just Say It' Challenge) / 27:58: 10 Questions to Ask on a First Date
Ep #36 - In this week's episode we discuss acclimating to the new semester through mindfulness of habit setting and preparation. There are a ton of new things to get used to as the semester starts and if you are not paying attention to how you establish yourself at the beginning you could find yourself very behind, very early. Each semester is a new chance to make changes to the previous semester's habits. Introduce yourself to all your professors - even if for 15 seconds, and do this after each class. Meet people in class: maybe you know people from other places, etc. that you can begin to think about study groups with. Pick your study classmates carefully - watch out for the party animals who will rarely show up to class or study sessions prepared or otherwise. Where are there openings you can best use for studying rather than going back to your dorm or apartment? What are your best days to request to work or not work? What is the best time to get up and go to bed? What does your schedule look like? Do you have the best path to class/work/etc figured out? What is the best time to leave? What is the latest you can leave and make it on time? Thank you so much for listening and being a part of this community. I truly appreciate your support. Also, please subscribe, rate and review the show to help us spread the word about this awesome free content. Your simple action of rating and reviewing does wonders in helping others find the show. If you have questions you'd like addressed on the show, want to book me to speak at an event, or want to recommend or be a guest on this show, please contact me through any of the social media links below or via email. Feel free to contact me here for any other reason as well: Facebook: https://facebook.com/jessemogle Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessemogle Instagram: https://instagram.com/jessemogle LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessemogle/ Email: email@example.com
Chances are, you've heard a ton about the new Dungeon Crawl Classics Lankhmar material. In this episode of Spellburn, we will go through some of the crucial differences from DCC RPG, including steps for character generation and some of the basic things new players can expect in the setting. Whether you backed the Kickstarter, have […]