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"Our functional pantry staples are designed to support people at every phase of life and their cycles." — Asha Caroll When dealing with reproductive health and monthly phases like mood swings, cramps, headaches, anxiety, and period pain, we might waver between a quick fix and a sustainable solution. We would've wanted both, but most of the quick treatments traditionally offered in the market are not sustainable, or vice versa. We would also prefer a natural and organic solution that steers clear of unwanted side effects. Is incorporating quick, sustainable, natural, and organic into one solution nonviable? Let's find out. Phasey, founded by Asha Caroll, formulates functional pantry staples to give a quick fix and sustainable support at every phase and cycle of people. Phasey products are organic, raw, and plant-based. For instance, their Seed Cycle Blends contain essential nutrients from six powerful seeds specially formulated to support each cycle phase. Their famous Period Chocolate has organic hemp extract that gives a package aid to cramps, cravings, and pain relief. Who would not want to leap from conventional treatment to accessible, phase-based functional food when dealing with monthly phases? Knowing that functional foods offer health benefits beyond their nutritional value, Phasey believes in the ability of whole foods to change relationships with reproductive health and provide everyday nutrition for everybody. Listen in rapt attention as Justine and Asha talk about functional food and how it aids in monthly phases and cycles. You absolutely don't want to miss to see how functional food helps us not only to feel “just okay” but to have a greater opportunity to feel better longer. Meet Asha: Asha came from an unconventional background and worked for years as a professional opera singer. At that time, opera companies were struggling to keep audiences in attendance so a lot of opera houses were closing. Her interest led her to work in food marketing. She had her first business, which was a vegan baking kit. That same time though, she had to deal with her hormonal challenges. So, she took a bit more of her time to focus on dealing with her hormones. Like any other, Asha believed in an integrated approach to health care, like visiting a gynecologist and working with a registered dietician. She also worked with an herbalist who specializes in women's health; that's when she began using food and herbs. However, keeping pace with the modern lifestyle where things get faster and faster, she felt the need to have that quick fix and sustainable treatment. That mentality brought in Phasey's first functional food products. Having a background in holistic nutrition, Caroll also founded Phasey to destigmatize periods and promote reproductive education. She stated, "I knew that food could be an excellent vehicle for driving conversation and community. That's how Phasey was born." LinkedIn X Connect with Phasey: Website Facebook LinkedIn Connect with NextGen Purpose: Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube Episode Highlights: 03:50 Getting Into Functional Food 07:17 The Marriage of Food and Productivity 10:29 How to Be Sustainable for One's Life 17:30 What Led to the Evolution of Phasey 29:05 More Functional Food for New Phases of Life
Recorded at the beginning of the 2020 lockdown, this remains one of my favorite interviews in the last five years of working on this project. Tjinder Singh's Cornershop has been a long-standing go-to band in my rotation since I came across them on MTV in the mid nineties, watching back-to-back videos for “Sleep on the Left Side” and their ubiquitous hit “Brimful of Asha.” Since then, they have continued to release tons of great singles, albums and collaborations. It's a tasty mix of Punjabi folk, psychedelic rock, disco, dub, pop and everything in between. I hope you enjoy this deep dive into the world of Cornershop. Find a full archive of this program at lowprofilepodcast.comThis show is supported by you at Patreon.com/LowprofileLow Profile receives in-kind support from Three Magnets Brewing Company, Rainy Day Records, San Francisco Street Bakery and Schwartz's Deli in Olympia, WA.
In the fast-paced world of modeling, where beauty often takes the spotlight, it's not every day that we get a chance to hear the stories behind those striking faces on the runway. Today, we are thrilled to introduce you to longtime friend and colleague, Sarah DeAnna, whose journey in the fashion industry transcends mere aesthetics. Sarah and Asha crossed paths about 15 years ago, both fresh faces in a world that often prizes youth and perfection above all else. Back then, Sarah was a shining example of not just a successful model, but a true professional. She wasn't just strutting down the runway; she was building a career for the long haul. However, what wasn't fully grasped at the time was the depth of her resilience and self-awareness that fueled her journey. In this exclusive interview, we will explore Sarah's remarkable path through life after enduring childhood trauma and loss. We will also uncover her secrets to cultivating confidence through self-care and effective communication. Sarah DeAnna's story is not just about achieving success in the fashion industry but also about using her platform to inspire others to embrace a more balanced and mindful approach to beauty and life. Her journey from a small town in California to the runways of New York City, and her commitment to promoting holistic well-being make her a unique and influential figure in the world of modeling and wellness. Disclaimer: It's crucial to acknowledge that today's interview will touch upon sensitive topics, including childhood trauma, family members with issues related to alcohol and drug abuse, car accidents, and the devastating subject of suicide. If any of these topics feel too heavy or difficult for you to engage with at this moment, we wholeheartedly encourage you to take care of yourself and consider sitting this episode out. For those who choose to listen, we have included additional resources in our show notes to provide support and guidance should you find yourself in need. Head over to meetbridget.com for full show notes.
Asha Frost, Indigenous Medicine Woman joins me again to talk about the powerful change of seasons sparked by the Libra Equinox. The Libra Equinox is coming our way late on Friday or early Saturday depending where on this beautiful planet you live. Asha shares that in the Anishinaabe tradition, on the Medicine Wheel, it is time to celebrate the West and Buffalo medicine to feel supported and let go of what is no longer needed. She and discuss the significance of the astrology and astronomy of this dance between the Sun and the Earth as they create a balance of dark and light no matter where you live. If you are interested in joining Asha for an Equinox ceremony, sign up for Ceremony and celebrate the 12 moons with Asha and her global community over the next 12 months. I'll be there too! Join Ceremony at https://ashafrost.com/ceremony/
Bridget, Caitlin, and Hilda cover "The Wolf and the Witch," the book 3 novella in Charissa Weaks' Witch Walker series. And all we have to say: This is how you build tension, this is how you write smut ... and this is how you end up with a "triceratops." We didn't know that was a thing, but it is, so Google at your own risk in private mode and not while at work if you're curious.
On Valentine's Day of 2000, nine-year-old Asha Degree disappeared from her home in Shelby, North Carolina. Searches were conducted and clues were found, but Asha is still missing. Will we ever know why she left that night? Can we find out what really happened to Asha?This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4106013/advertisement
After a substantial break, we're back to delve into the freshest updates and insights from Destination D23. We'll also be sharing our reactions to San Fransokyo Square and giving you the latest on additional alcohol locations at Disneyland. In this special episode, we have the pleasure of welcoming Beth and Joel's spouses to join in the discussion! While we might seem a tad more critical in this episode, we hope you'll take it in good spirits. Cheers! --------------------Interact:Email - email@example.comTwitter/X - @offharborInstagram - @offharborYouTube - Off Harbor & MainFacebook - Off Harbor & MainWebsite - OffHarborAndMain.comThe Hosts:Joel - Twitter & IG: @TangaroaJoelBeth - Twitter & IG: @PixieDustVibesSteevin - Twitter: @steevinloveMatt - Twitter: @ST1401toEndor | IG: @LightSpeedToEndorDerick - Twitter: @Esplanerd
Casual talk with trance channel quantum light code healer Sarah Asha Rose about light language and its purpose. Sarah shares her journey to realizing her channeling abilities and how she uses them to empower others. She also provides insight into how light language takes us out of our logical mind to support healing. For more information about our A Lighter Life group retreats, visit our website.Please leave a review of the podcast where you can! Learn more about us at www.SlightlyUnmeditated.com or reach out to us on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube Visit our sponsor Bubblesandbooks.com for a monthly dose of self-care delivered right to your door.Shop online with our friends at Tree of Life Shoppe for sage, oracle cards, and all your favorite metaphysical items.Check us and some other great spirituality podcasts on FeedSpot's 100 Best Spiritual Podcasts You Must Follow list. Support the show
Today on the show, Asha and Keshiia welcome the talented Daniella Monet. Daniella is an actress, singer, television personality, entrepreneur, and mom of two beautiful babies. She's best known for her roles in Nickelodeon hit shows Victorious and Zoe 101. In this episode, Daniella gets very real and delves into her childhood and teen years when her acting career started. She transports us to her wins and fails as a teenager, her experience being a 2-time mom; she also shares her least favorite workout moves, the story of how she became vegan, and so much more! Asha and Keshiia want to know who you are and where you've been! Come hang out with them on Instagram @meetbridget. They can't wait to chat with you there! Head over to meetbridget.com for full show notes.
D23 brings big news every year. We'll cover changes, when they will happen, how it may or may not impact your vacation planning and more. Hear about Luminous - Symphony of Us coming to Epcot in December 2023, Moana Journey of Water coming in October 2023, Soarin of California's return, Test reimagined and more. Enjoy these videos if you can't make it to the parks before these beloved attractions close. Country Bear Jamboree and Soarin Around the World.Hear about changes coming to the Country Bear Jamboree, Haunted Mansion and a new Pirates Lounge. Ahsoska and Asha fans rejoice as their in park meets are announced.For Disney Cruise Line, the 7th ship will be Disney Adventure out of Singapore. Lighthouse Point is renamed to Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point
Our favorite podcast trio continues their discussion on Charissa Weaks' Witch Walker series as they cover book 2, "City of Ruin." And what do you need to know? Raina is still a badass heroine, Alexus is probably going to end up on our hosts' why choose lists, and time travel has entered the chat. The series continues to meet all of our expectations, so join us for the discussion.
Working in this field, whether as an SLP, BCBA, or both, can be isolating, and meeting CEU requirements can be overwhelming and feel pointless. The Autism Connection CEU Membership is a professional development community to help SLPs and BCBAs make meaningful progress with autistic learners. Those already a part of the community have called it a positive space to learn and grow.What can you expect from the membership?-Every new member will receive 1 on 1 onboarding with me, Rose Griffin.-A path tailored for seasoned professionals and those brand new to the field.-Monthly live ASHA and ACE approved CEUs.-Monthly Live Q&A.-A cataloged CEU library.Expect to see topics such as Group Therapy, AAC Assessments, Navigating IEPs with Ethics and Confidence, The Power of Joint Attention, Goal Setting Across the Lifespan, and I will also be leading an Intro to ABA series. This membership community is launching NOW! Join before September 19th, during the founders launch, and receive these benefits:-Free Advanced Language Learner Course – $297 value-Join Annual for $197 first year + Double Up and Leisure Vocabulary Game - 35% savings-Join Monthly for $20 for the first 6 months and $30 per month for the following months. I cannot wait to have you a part of our community so that together we can make the most difference in our autistic clients' lives.#autism #speectherapyWhat's Inside:What is the Autism Connection Membership?What kind of CEU topics will the membership include?Great deals for Founding Members.Real reviews from members of the Autism Connection Membership Community.Mentioned In This Episode:Membership - ABA Speech
Dave Palumbo and Chris Aceto break down the IFBB FLEX SHOW in ITALY that took place earlier today. After Nathan Deasha's big win over Regan Grimes, will we see a rematch to the Mr Olympia?
Today on the show I have first time mama Asha who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as an adult. Going into her first pregnancy she wanted a home birth but of course with her diagnoses the system labelled her automatically as ‘high risk'. Knowing that taking full responsibility for her birth was what was needed, Asha's journey led her to Freebirth, with the support of her husband and a like minded doula. Asha did have some medical prenatal appointments but always knew she would Freebirth at home. Asha had a very straight forward and uneventful 4.5 hour birth which went so so smoothly. Baby was born healthy and she felt great! Asha then called the hospital to let them know baby was here and all was well. Although they were friendly on the phone - a disgruntled midwife then called child protection on the family and what happened next completely disrupted their postpartum bliss bubble. It's a lesson on how easily it all can be disrupted when we invite authority into the birth process - at whatever stage it may be. Although all was well with the authorities in the end, Asha gives us some advice of what she will not be doing next time! Asha is such a gorgeous, informed, level headed and logical Mama who was an absolute pleasure to speak with!
Bridget, Caitlin, and Hilda cover "The Witch Collector," book 1 in Charissa Weaks' Witch Walker series. And they are here to hype this book, because not enough people have been talking about it. It has action. It has adventure. It has representation. It has spice. It has a badass heroine. It has a sexy MMC. And we don't use this phrase lightly ... but if you liked ACOTAR, you will really like this series.
AI Description Of EpisodeHave you ever wondered why material wealth doesn't always result in true fulfillment? Join us as we journey through an exploration of faith, ego, and the pursuit of spiritual goals, revealing how these factors can lead to authentic wealth and satisfaction. In this fascinating discussion, we also reflect on the controversial notion that suffering can be a potent teacher, urging us to grow beyond our self-imposed limitations.In this engrossing conversation, we also examine the role of physical activities in spiritual advancement. Challenging comfort zones, we consider suffering not as a result of external conditions but as a mental decision that can inspire personal growth. We delve into Swami Vivekananda's compelling perspective on why suffering exists in a universe believed to be governed by an all-knowing, all-present God.Finally, do substances like marijuana and psychedelics have a place in our spiritual journey? We discuss their influence on our consciousness and their potential role in facilitating personal growth. We also explore how following your intrinsic inspiration can lead you to remarkable personal progress. So, tune in as we traverse the intriguing path of faith, suffering, wealth, and fulfillment.About AshaIn 1969, when Asha was 22, she met Swami Kriyananda when he came to Stanford University to give a talk. Recognition was instantaneous and intuitive. For the first time in her life, she saw someone whose life matched the ideal she herself was seeking. Swamiji -- as she came to call him, "respected teacher" -- was a direct disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi, and the Guru responsible for introducing Kriya Yoga to the West. From that moment to now, Asha has dedicated her life first to learning from Swami Kriyananda and then sharing with others all that he so generously shared with her. She has written four books, the most notable being a significant biography of Swami Kriyananda called Lightbearer.Recording Date: August 8, 2023Asha's LinksWebsite: ashajoy.orgIG: @innerlifewith_ashaYouTube: @ashanayaswamiClayton's Book: Revealing The Secret Teachings of Jesus: GoT, Volume 1Clayton's LinksWebsite: claytoncuteri.comMaster Link: linktr.ee/claytoncuteriMerchandise: t2c.logosoftwear.comTimecodes(00:00:00) - Pursuing Wealth and Fulfillment(00:12:42) - The Purpose of Suffering and Growth(00:18:10) - Understanding Suffering and Karma(00:27:09) - Physical Activity and Spiritual Progress(00:37:38) - Purpose and Motivation in Daily Practice(00:40:42) - On Happiness and Pursuing Challenges(00:44:22) - Suffering, Substances, and Spiritual Growth(00:54:27) - The Effects of Marijuana and Psychedelics(01:02:38) - Follow Your Inspiration for Personal GrowthIntro/Outro Music Producer: Don KinIG: https://www.instagram.com/donkinmusic/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/44QKqKsd81oJEBKffwdFfPSuper grateful for this guy ^Support the showPatreon Support Become an Episode Producer: https://patreon.com/travelingtoconsciousness
AI Description Of EpisodeHave you ever considered the profound parallels between life's stages and the caste system archetypes? Brace yourself for an enlightening journey as we decipher the complex dynamics between the Shudra, Vaisha, and Kishatria archetypes and how they reflect on our personal paths. We will teach you how to navigate through these stages and harness your adverse experiences as essential stepping stones to transcend current circumstances.We go a notch higher to unmask the intriguing facets of the Brahman stage—the fourth caste system archetype. Discover the deep-seated connection this archetype holds with divine will and how it contributes to our directionality. We help you understand hierarchical truth and how to apply it in daily life. More so, we unravel the mystery behind the concept of rent, suggesting that communion with God could be all you need.In our quest for practical idealism, we draw inspiration from the life of Swami Kriyananda, the founder of the Ananda Worldwide organization. Highlighting the importance of authenticity, we reveal how to tap into the wealth within our consciousness. We discuss quantum jumping and its profound implications on personal energy. Additionally, we delve into politics and its role in personal growth, the vitality of self-honesty, and humility, and the pursuit of fulfillment over monetary wealth. Get ready to change your life with our transformative insights.About AshaIn 1969, when Asha was 22, she met Swami Kriyananda when he came to Stanford University to give a talk. Recognition was instantaneous and intuitive. For the first time in her life, she saw someone whose life matched the ideal she herself was seeking. Swamiji -- as she came to call him, "respected teacher" -- was a direct disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi, and the Guru responsible for introducing Kriya Yoga to the West. From that moment to now, Asha has dedicated her life first to learning from Swami Kriyananda and then sharing with others all that he so generously shared with her. She has written four books, the most notable being a significant biography of Swami Kriyananda called Lightbearer.Recording Date: August 8, 2023Asha's LinksWebsite: ashajoy.orgIG: @innerlifewith_ashaYouTube: @ashanayaswamiClayton's Book: Revealing The Secret Teachings of Jesus: GoT, Volume 1Clayton's LinksWebsite: claytoncuteri.comMaster Link: linktr.ee/claytoncuteriMerchandise: t2c.logosoftwear.comTimecodes(00:00:00) - Levels of Development and Self-Transcendence(00:06:08) - Exploring Caste System and Shifting Consciousness(00:10:19) - New Age Practical Idealism(00:22:51) - Role of Politics and Personal Growth(00:33:29) - Self-Honesty, Humility, and Incremental Growth(00:42:53) - The Power of Energy and Success(00:54:49) - Monetizing Work and Balancing Idealism(00:58:55) - The Pursuit of Fulfillment Over MoneyIntro/Outro Music Producer: Don KinIG: https://www.instagram.com/donkinmusic/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/44QKqKsSupport the showPatreon Support Become an Episode Producer: https://patreon.com/travelingtoconsciousness
Asha Degree was a 9 year old girl, who was a star on the basketball court and had a loving and supportive family. February 14, 2000– she left her bed and disappeared into the rainy darkness. A timeline leading up to Asha's disappearance since unfolded, clues were uncovered, and multiple questions arose. What happened to Asha in those early hours of Valentine's morning & what truly motivated her to leave? If you have any information regarding the disappearance or whereabouts of Asha Degree, please contact: • The FBI: 704-672-6100 • Cleveland County Sheriff's Office: 704-484-4788 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/crime-cults-and-coffee/support
AI Description Of EpisodeAre you ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual exploration with our insightful guest, Asha Nayaswami? She opens up about her profound spiritual journey and her recognition of Swami Kriyayanda as her Guru at a young age. Asha's journey has led her to write four books, including a significant biography on her Guru, which she shares with us, along with her compelling views on karma.Our conversation with Asha takes us through the complex balance of consciousness and leadership in spirituality. She shares the fascinating story of her first encounter with Swami Kriyayanda and the profound influence he has had on her life and thought process. We delve into the intricacies of spiritual paths, the importance of higher vibrations, and the concept of soul contracts. Asha's insights into karma, free will, and the idea of predetermined lives will surely provoke you to contemplate your spiritual understanding.This enlightening conversation with Asha also leads us to explore how societal norms and gender roles impact spiritual leadership. The captivating discussion on shifting life patterns, spiritual transformation, and the challenges of patriarchal society will leave you pondering. We conclude our conversation by discussing the concept of truth, the dualism of the material world, and how our personal experiences can define our understanding and direction in life. Prepare to ignite your curiosity and deepen your spiritual exploration as you join us for this profound conversation.About AshaIn 1969, when Asha was 22, she met Swami Kriyananda when he came to Stanford University to give a talk. Recognition was instantaneous and intuitive. For the first time in her life, she saw someone whose life matched the ideal she herself was seeking. Swamiji -- as she came to call him, "respected teacher" -- was a direct disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi, and the Guru responsible for introducing Kriya Yoga to the West. From that moment to now, Asha has dedicated her life first to learning from Swami Kriyananda and then sharing with others all that he so generously shared with her. She has written four books, the most notable being a significant biography of Swami Kriyananda called Lightbearer.Recording Date: August 8, 2023 Asha's LinksWebsite: ashajoy.orgIG: @innerlifewith_ashaYouTube: @ashanayaswamiClayton's Book: Revealing The Secret Teachings of Jesus: GoT, Volume 1Clayton's LinksWebsite: claytoncuteri.comMaster Link: linktr.ee/claytoncuteriMerchandise: t2c.logosoftwear.comTimecodes(00:00:00) - Intro(00:14:30) - Momentum and Gender in Spiritual Leadership(00:27:09) - Swami Kryananda's Enlightenment and Influence(00:35:37) - Exploring Paths in Spirituality(00:48:11) - Exploring Soul Contracts and Relative Truth(00:54:39) - Values, Direction, and Understanding(01:00:30) - Vivekananda's Lesson on Personal Desires Intro/Outro Music Producer: Don KinIG: https://www.instagram.com/donkinmusic/Spotify: https://open.spotify.cSupport the showPatreon Support Become an Episode Producer: https://patreon.com/travelingtoconsciousness
Today's episode isn't going to be your usual self-help guide, complete with step-by-step solutions and historical anecdotes. Nope, this is far from that! Today, Asha is throwing open the door to vulnerability and inviting you to join her in real time as she navigates through some struggles. Right now, Asha finds herself in a new and tough spot, one that's testing her limits in ways she never expected. So she will talk to you about a current struggle that's close to her heart. It involves advocating for someone dear to her, a situation that demands a different kind of strength, the kind that lets go of control and embraces uncertainty. In the midst of the chaos, she is on a quest to unearth the wellspring of confidence that's hidden within, and she wants you by her side. She is not promising all the answers, but she is promising an authentic exploration of what it means to gather strength when the path ahead is unclear. This is a listen for anyone wanting a real perspective on how finding confidence when you need it most is an active job. Head over to meetbridget.com for full show notes.
2 Samuel 13-24 (Read NLT) Important Links for the Podcast Click Here for our YouTube Channel Discuss each episode on Reddit Contact Us Visit our Website On Instagram @biblebeginningtoend On Twitter: @biblebeginning1 Via email: firstname.lastname@example.org Supporting the Show Not only does your support help keep the podcast running so I can make more episodes, 10% of any profits made from this podcast via ad revenues, merchandise sales, or listener support will be donated to Asha's Refuge, a Christ-centered nonprofit that "exists to assist the most disadvantaged refugees/asylees in achieving a successful resettlement in the Memphis, TN area.". But, I want to make it clear that financial support is never required. You are supporting the show just by listening! :) Be a listener and share the show with your friends! Purchase merch from the show by clicking here. Click here to become a monthly supporter via Anchor. Click here to make a one-time or monthly contribution to the podcast via Paypal. Episode Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 1:54 - 2 Samuel 13 13:24 - 2 Samuel 14 24:15 - 2 Samuel 15 35:36 - 2 Samuel 16 44:56 - 2 Samuel 17 54:56 - 2 Samuel 18 1:06:01 - 2 Samuel 19 1:15:41 - 2 Samuel 20 1:23:35 - 2 Samuel 21 1:31:13 - 2 Samuel 22 1:44:44 - 2 Samuel 23 1:56:06 - 2 Samuel 24 2:03:11 - Outro Bible Verse Copyright Statement Scripture quotations are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright ©1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved. To purchase an NLT, please visit https://amzn.to/3wUpUef --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblebeginningtoend/support
Scott Gustin returns to our podcast to discuss various topics:Finishing up EpcotDestination D23 preview2024 Marketing Pitch to GuestsMy Disney Experience ChangesOur B/A topics get nerdy! JoW showing up on MDE and the new princess Asha appearing at WDW from Disney's new animation feature, Wish.Find Scott on https://twitter.com/ScottGustinHappily EVERything Disney: https://twitter.com/h_EVERythingDIS
Dr. Asha Rani is a practicing periodontist in New York City and a speaker. Through her years of surgical practice, she has expanded her vision of patient care beyond simple treatment and now encourages a more holistic approach. She implements these ideas as a professor for a training program that teaches implant surgery to dentists in the Dominican Republic. Asha is a writer and published her first book entitled, Who Is She?, which serves as a memoir and self-help book from her lived experiences. In this episode… While lessons can be learned from any individual, there are certain people whose breadth of experience makes them a wealth of knowledge. Listening to their thoughts and encounters can illuminate our own journeys. Dr. Asha Rani has led a full life, working as a speaker, writer, dentist, and professor. Her definition of success and fulfillment has shifted over time, leading her to unique places. She has started using these experiences to help others, including her recent book. So what advice and thoughts does she have to share? In this episode of Access To Anyone, Michael Roderick talks with Dr. Asha Rani about her life, her insights, and her counsel. They talk about her background in an immigrant family, when she decided to expand her career, and her own inner journey. They also discuss her book, Who Is She?, and why she wrote it.
Have you ever heard of the term rightsizing? If not, that's OK. We'll explain. According to the American Seniors Housing Association, rightsizing is the process of “asking what's really important, then aligning the way you live with those values, goals and needs.” We couldn't agree more with the ASHA, as Modern Wealth's Guided Retirement System was designed around that same line of thinking. Retirement Plan Checklist: https://www.modwm.com/retirement-checklist/?utm_source=AWMS_Pod&utm_medium=AWMS&utm_campaign=rightsizing What Is Longevity Risk?: https://youtu.be/OMoWFA7_NiE Rising Costs of Long-Term Care: https://youtu.be/DxNTbK4UG3U Must-Knows for Couples Retirement Planning: https://youtu.be/o4eiAkWGc3k Family Financial Planning: https://youtu.be/MX0SvvCwnww Making a BIG Purchase in Retirement: https://youtu.be/0FJcmc7psd4 Start Planning: https://www.modwm.com/retirement-planning-tool/radio/?utm_source=AWMS_Pod&utm_medium=AWMS&utm_campaign=rightsizing Schedule: https://www.modwm.com/meet-with-a-top-financial-advisor-in-kansas-city/?utm_source=AWMS_Pod&utm_medium=AWMS&utm_campaign=rightsizing Check out our other podcast! The Guided Retirement Show: https://www.youtube.com/c/theguidedretirementshow
Asha from Sorry tells me about how songs are like puzzles, being disenchanted with music and a false start in bar work. 'Screaming In The Rain Again' is out now and you can catch Sorry in Japan, Australia and the UK in the nearish future. Photo: Peter Eason-Daniels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the demanding world of female physicians, burnout and exhaustion often take a toll. In this episode, Dr. Asha dives into the journey of emotional resilience, highlighting the significance of acknowledging our burdens and granting ourselves permission to prioritize well-being. The concept of resilience might feel worn-out, but there's more to learn, especially in our profession.Discover how to turn resilience into a positive force that rejuvenates and empowers. Dr. Asha shares insights on adapting to challenges, building a supportive network, and prioritizing self-care. As female physicians, we have an innate ability to power through, but what if we could do it while feeling fulfilled, not drained?In this episode, Dr. Asha combines her medical expertise and coaching skills to equip women physicians with essential tools for success. Listen now to redefine your approach to resilience. If you find this valuable, please Like
Shiwani Srivastava was raised on Bollywood films and the rom-coms of the 1980s. She writes screenplays examining relationships, family dynamics, and immigrant experiences through the lens of comedy, drawing on her work as a journalist and her family's roots in India. Her romantic comedy WEDDING SEASON was released by Netflix this summer, where it debuted as one of their Top 5 films worldwide. Srivastava, repped by A3 Artists and Affirmative Entertainment, was named one of Variety's 10 Screenwriters to Watch in 2022. She has projects in development with Paramount, ReelFx, Gunpowder & Sky, and Samosa Stories. A native of New Jersey, she received a BA in English and Journalism from NYU and an MA in South Asian Studies from the University of Washington in Seattle, where she currently lives with her family and their overstuffed bookshelves. SYNOPSIS WEDDING SEASON is an American romantic comedy directed by Tom Dey. Starring Suraj Sharma and Pallavi Sharda, it follows the story of Asha and Ravi, two Indian-Americans who are being pressured by their parents to find spouses. They pretend to date to survive a summer of weddings, only to find themselves falling for each other… and finally getting the courage to be their true selves. The script was written by Shiwani Srivastava as a spec and landed in the hands of a Netflix executive after winning the ScreenCraft Comedy Contest in 2018.
In this course, we review Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) basic terminology with an in-depth analysis of how to develop and improve cultural responsiveness. 2 hour Introductory DEI Course appropriate for SLPs and other therapists (OT, PT, and EI Developmental Specialists/Therapists) who work with pediatrics in various settings including state or county-based early intervention providers, outpatient pediatric therapy clinics, infant/toddler and preschool programs, and other academic settings Will satisfy ASHA's requirement for DEI - 2 hours Link for CE credit for $10: https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-464-dei-basics-for-slps-and-therapists-in-early-intervention-and-pediatrics/
In this episode we explore the role of therapists in promoting positive sexual identity and reducing the risk of sexual assault for our clients. Our guest, Sarah Selvaggi Hernandez is an autistic occupational therapist and educator working to promote an intentional identity-first approach to autism and OT. Promoting bodily autonomy starts with what we teach our youngest clients and how we treat them in our sessions. This is a must-listen episode for all therapists no matter their setting. This is a repeat episode. Sarah Selvaggi-Hernandez' course, Ethics & Neurodiversity: Let's Talk About Sex is now registered for ASWB, ASHA, and AOTA CEUs. Check it out at learnplaythrive.com/ethics
“Just know that entrepreneurship is really a reflection of our journey as humans. Just like in life, you might wake up on the wrong side of the bed and be funky one day, and by the end of the day, you'll be happy and jumping around and dancing and celebrating. Same is true for entrepreneurship.” In Season 6, Episode 08 of the Boss Uncaged Podcast, S.A. Grant sits down with the Attorney and Business Coach of The Wilkerson Law Office, Asha Wilkerson.
Dawn Cotter-Jenkins, MA CCC-SLP, MS Healthcare Informatics, is the CIO and president of World Class Speech Services (www.wcspeech.com ). She is also the Clinical Director at Mercy College. Although she has worked across the lifespan from early intervention to adults, her areas of specialty include telepractice training and development, and professional speech and communication. She has expanded her scope of work to utilize her certification in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategies within Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). In 2021, Dawn was a facilitator of the NSSLHA Raw Conversation on the book Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? She was the keynote speaker for the 2021 NBASLH student mentoring convention event. And she co-presented to the ASHA STEP program on the topic of university admissions. In 2022, she has launched a LinkedIn Live weekly vid-cast called DEI Speech IQ, where she talks to guests about DEI topics in CSD careers and services. Dawn has worked in several colleges. She created the Telepractice Practicum and Research Suite, and Introduction to Telepractice for Speech-Language Pathology course at Adelphi University. She self-published STRONG in Telepractice: Technology Project Planner, (available on Amazon) which is designed to facilitate strategic development and expansion of telepractice for culturally responsive sustainability and evidence-based practice. She is the president-elect of CORSPAN- Corporate Speech Pathology Network. She served on the NY Professional Licensing Board of SLP and Audiology and is currently volunteering on the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association: Diversity and Inclusionary Practices Ad Hoc committee. Dawn has also been serving as an ASHA mentor for over 10 years. She was on the Media Strategy committee of Council on Academic Programs in CSD. You can contact her at email@example.com and on social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter). You can listen to this episode wherever you stream podcasts and at www.3cdigitalmedianetwork.com/telepractice-today-podcast
The beauty and skincare markets are growing increasingly crowded and competitive, but Covey Skincare has managed to stand out thanks to the powerful influence of its founders and a streamlined, science-backed methodology.In this episode of Retail Remix, host Alicia Esposito chats with Asha Talwar Coco, CEO of Covey Skincare. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of how Covey has tackled this challenge and discover actionable takeaways for your own business in this rapidly evolving industry. Listen to learn: How friends Emily DiDonato and Christina Garcia used their personal and professional lives to inspire the brand vision; Covey's approach to brand storytelling and how it influences all stages of the funnel; How Covey actively involves its community, or “flock," through social media and user-generated content; and Covey's playbook for growth and expansion and how different distribution channels will play a role. RELATED LINKS Connect with Asha here! Learn more about Covey Skincare. Read more about DTC trends on Retail TouchPoints.
Asha and Renato dive into Trump's lawyers' legal strategies, The Wisconsin Memo, Legitimizing Propoganda, Coconspirators and Jack Smith's next indictments, Mar-a-Lago and Aileen Loose Cannon, Henry the Coyote Killer and Pancake the Fetching Cat. Ken Chesebro's Wisconson Memo:https://int.nyt.com/data/documenttools/chesebro-dec-6-memo/ce55d6abd79c2c71/full.pdfYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/@Its.Complicated/Subscribe to our podcast https://link.chtbl.com/its-complicatedFollow Asha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AshaRangappa_Asha's Substack: https://asharangappa.substack.com/Follow Renato on Twitter: https://twitter.com/renato_mariottiFollow Asha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asha.rangappa/Follow Renato on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/renato.mariotti/
Guest host Julie Chavez interviews comedy writing duo Alli Frank and Asha Youmans about The Better Half, a charming, laugh-out-loud funny book about a woman who has reached her personal and professional pinnacle and then… gets pregnant! Alli and Asha share their mission of exploring challenging subjects through a lens of humor and joy. They also talk about their partnership with Mindy's Book Studio (Mindy Kaling's new publishing house!) and their lovely writing support group, the Tall Poppy Writers. Finally, they play the question game with Julie (“When was the last time you got unreasonably upset?"). Purchase on Bookshop: https://bit.ly/3DO0FOwShare, rate, & review the podcast, and follow Zibby on Instagram @zibbyowens! Now there's more! Subscribe to Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books on Acast+ and get ad-free episodes. https://plus.acast.com/s/moms-dont-have-time-to-read-books. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week: Jack Smith lays another indictment on Trump, this time for his attempts to thwart the peaceful transition of power. Asha and Renato talk about that and what this moment means for the history of The United States.Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@Its.Complicated/Subscribe to our podcast https://link.chtbl.com/its-complicatedFollow Asha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AshaRangappa_Asha's Substack: https://asharangappa.substack.com/Follow Renato on Twitter: https://twitter.com/renato_mariottiFollow Asha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asha.rangappa/Follow Renato on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/renato.mariotti/
You may have seen a sometimes contentious element of contracts--the non-compete agreement--in the news lately. Earlier this year, the Federal Trade Commission recommended eliminating these clauses, claiming they decrease competition.Non-compete agreements are used to prohibit employees from leaving one workplace to join or create a competitor. Some employees believe the agreements limit their career advancement, but many employers feel they are necessary to protect their businesses and intellectual property.On this episode of ASHA Voices, hear a discussion on what may, or may not, be changing with non-compete agreements, and learn what employees and employers can do to protect their interests. Plus, ASHA members voice their perspectives.
Join me and @asha.frost for this week's live summer conversation about honouring the season you're in and living your medicine.Follow Asha:Buy The Book: You Are The MedicineBuy The Oracle Deck: The Sacred Medicine OracleInstagram: @asha.frostWebsite: ashafrost.comConnect with Sheila:The Seasons Self Care App: App Store - IOS Google Play - AndroidGet on the waitlist for the Seasons CollectiveDownload the free Clarity Template Instagram & all social media: @sheilaabotelhoPS: Thanks so much for listening. I would love your review! If you enjoy what I share in this episode, rate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/connect-with-sheila-botelho/id1527363160 I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
In this episode, I am joined by Lacey Quinby, an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist, an Air Force spouse and a mother of three. Lacey has numerous years of experience in toddler through preschool language development and extensive continuing education on infant and childhood feeding obstacles and challenges. She recently started her own private practice in Georgia, the Magnolia Pediatric Therapy, where she provides services related to early language development, pediatric feeding disorders, and parent coaching. Lacey firmly believes that if you love what you do, you will make a positive difference in the lives of those you serve. Visit Speechie Side Up to learn more about this episode.
A Book Cougars first: we interview a writing duo! In our Author Spotlight segment, we talk with Alli Frank and Asha Youmans about their new novel THE BETTER HALF, how they started writing together, their path to publication, and their writing process. Spoiler: matching pajamas! Some episode highlights: We both read Ann Petry's powerful 1946 novel, THE STREET, for the Vintage Book Club (hosted by Book Club on the Go at Red Heat Tavern in South Windsor). This story about a struggling single mother in 1940s Harlem seems as relevant as ever and generated great discussion. We recommend the audio version narrated by Danielle Deadwyler. Emily read a novel about two women friends by Edgar Award-winning novelist Erin Flanagan. If you like twisty and dark stories about people who are not what they seem, COME WITH ME (out 8/22) is for you. She also enjoyed Jennifer Weiner's forthcoming beach read, THE BREAKAWAY (out 8/29), about a fat-positive protagonist who leads a bike tour. Emily also crossed off another square on her Scarlet Summer Bingo Card by reading/listening to WE RIDE UPON THE STICKS by Quan Barry, a story set in Danvers, MA with lots of 1980s love. Chris ripped through Laura Sims' new novel, HOW CAN I HELP YOU, a psychological mystery/thriller/suspense novel set in a small town library that revolves around two women who become obsessed with one another for very different reasons. Teaser: there's more than a nod to Shirley Jackson. And while waiting out a thunderstorm at the Acton Public Library in Old Saybrook, Chris read WHAT DID IT TAKE? a short biography by Whitney McKendree Moore about Anna Louise James. James, a fascinating woman in her own right, was Ann Petry's aunt. We recap our Biblio Adventure at the Grolier Club in NYC where we did some archival research (Emily is hooked!) and also had a browse at McNally Jackson Books at Rockefeller Center. On Wednesday, August 2nd, we're heading to Porter Square Books in Cambridge, MA to see Laura Sims and Paul Tremblay in conversation. Come join us!
Alli Frank and Asha Youmans make a return visit to “Bookreporter Talks To” to share their thoughts on their latest book, THE BETTER HALF — a Bookreporter Bets On selection — with Carol Fitzgerald. They talk about what they brought to their protagonist, Nina Morgan Clarke, who is the first Black female head of the very tony Royal-Hawkins School. Nina quickly learns that, along with being in charge of student life, she must manage a board and lots of parental expectations. Alli shares that she knew this would not be a job for her, though she had thought she did want that role in her past life as an educator. Asha comes from a mixed marriage and points out that she had her sons turn to her father and brother about living as young Black men in America today. Both are clearly loving the second half of their lives! This was the first book that they wrote in different places, as opposed to being in the same room, and they explain how they were able to do that so well (though when together they do have their writing pajamas). The humor that they write also lives off the page, making this another fun conversation! Book discussed in this episode: THE BETTER HALF by Alli Frank and Asha Youmans: https://www.bookreporter.com/reviews/the-better-half Latest “Bookreporter Talks To” Interviews: Carolyn Mackler: https://youtu.be/L4M-w9BeaTk Adrienne Brodeur: https://youtu.be/6U7kf2KVtco Lisa See: https://youtu.be/D8XYEYI60Ww Nancy Horan: https://youtu.be/49bdiHbIUmY Linwood Barclay: https://youtu.be/pkDG90y9FN0 Alice Elliott Dark: https://youtu.be/9AAk-lLDRbc Kate Morton: https://youtu.be/LMjdzDRlqrg Susan Patterson and Susan DiLallo: https://youtu.be/ZWDnhSS26KI Lisa Scottoline: https://youtu.be/8F-CDltuc3E Sadeqa Johnson: https://youtu.be/TW01NY0d7CE William Landay: https://youtu.be/Zcok9PHuRHw Shelley Read: https://youtu.be/aZHZx2LaU4Y Check out our past “Bookaccino Live” Book Group events: Nita Prose: https://youtu.be/f_Ev0KN8z2M Chamaine Wilkerson: https://youtu.be/0DluxmfXGoI Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray: https://youtu.be/rYelwWiTJbE Janet Skeslien Charles: https://youtu.be/47Sx9DtcAkA Miranda Cowley Heller: https://youtu.be/gVlKvApDO8M Sign up for newsletters from Bookreporter and Reading Group Guides here: https://tbrnetwork.com/newsletters/ FOLLOW US on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bookreporter Website: https://www.bookreporter.com Art Credit: Tom Fitzgerald Edited by Jordan Redd Productions
Alli Frank and Asha Youmans bring their very different cultural backgrounds and perspectives together to write in one seamless, cohesive voice, united in their belief that humor and fiction can inspire empathy and learning, and that exposure to diverse experiences can only enrich one's life. Alli Frank and Asha Youmans share a passion for telling stories that bring a smile to your face and bridge the gaps that lay between us. Listen in as they share insights into writing, storytelling, their approach to collaborating together for their novels. Their latest book, The Better Half is available now. Give this episode a listen for insights and laughs.
It was February of 2000 in the rural town of Shelby City, NC, and Valentine's day was approaching. Nine year old Asha Degree had a busy weekend of sleepovers, basketball games, and family gatherings. We know that during the early morning hours of February 14, Asha was seen sleeping in her bed by her father. But then she was gone...and seen walking down the highway at 4am during a storm. Asha has never been seen since. A 70's model car, candy wrappers, a backpack, and a mystery picture may hold the clues needed. What in the world happened to Asha Degree, and why? Join us tonight as Andrea_up_late tells Erictansey_official the mysterious story on Failure to Stop's True Crime Tuesday, your favorite true crime podcast! Give us your likes, rates, and reviews on the Failure to Stop Podcast Channel. SPONSORED BY: Ghostbed.com/wolfpack | Code: Wolfpack Factor Fresh | Promo Code: Wolfpack50 - 50% off Mybookie.com | promo code: Wolfpack Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Does this sound familiar? You're a BIPOC entrepreneur striving for success, but the traditional definition of success feels out of alignment. Perhaps you've been told that working harder and sacrificing everything will lead to your desired outcome, but instead, you're left feeling drained, unfulfilled, and questioning if it's all worth it. It's time to break free from exhaustion and explore the four pillars of success that will cultivate a sense of fulfillment and well-being in your life and business.In this episode, you will: Learn the four pillars of success and what they could look like in your lifeRedefine what success looks like for you, especially if you're a BIPOC entrepreneur.Gain insights on how self-awareness can help you identify what's missingMatch your decisions, time, and money to the values you live by"Success feels like keeping my promises to myself - doing the things I say I'm going to do, honoring my boundaries, and taking the actions that align with my values." - Asha WilkersonStart redefining success for yourself with the Re-Alignment Roadmap course (formerly the Money-Making Roadmap). CLICK here to learn more. 1:1 Coaching spots with me will open again in September. Be the first to know by joining the waitlist!Timestamped summary of this episode:00:00:03 - Introduction, Asha Wilkerson introduces herself as a business coach helping service-based entrepreneurs align their business goals with their personal goals. She discusses the topic of defining success as a person of color, especially in the context of traditional metrics like money and status.00:02:17 - Feeling Unfulfilled, Asha shares her personal experience and conversations with friends who, despite following the traditional path of education and career, felt unfulfilled and unsuccessful. She discusses the pressure to achieve certain milestones like buying property and saving for retirement.00:04:42 - Pillar 1: Keeping Promises to Yourself, Asha introduces the first pillar of success: keeping promises to oneself. She emphasizes the importance of honoring boundaries, taking care of oneself, and following through on commitments. She encourages listeners to prioritize their own needs and desires.00:08:58 - Pillar 2: Doing the Emotional Work, The second pillar of success is doing the emotional work. Asha explains that material possessions and achievements are not enough if one feels discontent or insecure internally. She emphasizes the importance of personal growth, self-soothing, and emotional stability.00:10:05 - The Importance of Feeling, Asha discusses the reasons why doing emotional work is crucial. She explains that what we truly seek is a sense of safety, completeness, and worthiness, and material things are often sought as a means to achieve these feelings. She emphasizes the need to feel how we want to feel.00:14:30 - Pillar 3: Spending Time WellTime is the most valuable commodity, and having control over how you spend it is a key aspect of feeling successful.00:17:44 - Pillar 4: Spending in line with your valuesAligning your spending with your values is crucial for feeling successful, as it allows you to prioritize the things that bring you joy and fulfillment rather than following societal norms.00:22:44 - Marie's Story, Marie has checked off all the boxes of success but still feels unhappy. Asha would ask Marie four questions related to the four pillars of success to help her find fulfillment and...
Kristin Schaaf, MA CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT Kristin is a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist, Auditory Verbal Therapist and Speech Language Pathologist practicing in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is also the school's Professional Learning Coordinator and, in this role, she develops, implements, and mentors professionals in the field of Listening and Spoken Language. Kristin works at St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf Indianapolis an OPTION Schools, coaching parents to develop their child's listening and spoken language in naturalistic ways in their home environments. Kristin's 15-year experience spans from working with toddlers and primary aged children who are deaf and hard of hearing who are learning to listen and talk with cochlear implants and hearing aids. Kristin is a member of ASHA, ACAI, and AG Bell Association. Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristin-schaaf-75230073 School's Website: www.sjid.org ASHA Learning Pass Presentation by Shannon Sharma and Kristin Schaaf: Partnering with Families in Educational Settings: School-Based Virtual Parent Coaching - Direct Link: Partnering with Families in Educational Settings: School-Based Virtual Parent Coaching Shannon Sharma, MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVEd Shannon is a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist, Auditory Verbal Educator and Speech-Language Pathologist practicing in Northern California. Shannon works for Foundation for Hearing Research, including Weingarten Children's Center school and therapy clinic and BabyTalk teleintervention. These programs specialize in helping children with hearing loss, from infants to adolescents, to develop listening and spoken language skills with the support of hearing aids and cochlear implants. Shannon is committed to developing partnerships with families through strengths-based parent coaching. She developed and organizes the Parent Education Program to further ensure that families are supported in their journey. Outside of direct therapy services, she enjoys mentoring professionals who are interested in auditory-verbal therapy, as well as sharing her expertise in hearing loss and passion for parent coaching and teleintervention at conferences and universities. Shannon is a member of ASHA and the AG Bell Association. Contact information: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannon-sharma-slp/ Foundation for Hearing Research: https://foundationforhearing.org/ You can listen to this episode wherever you stream podcasts and at www.3cdigitalmedianetwork.com/telepractice-today-podcast
Sometimes we are waiting for the right amount of confidence before we take on a new project or we put ourselves out there with marketing, but sometimes the confidence never comes. Asha & Jai speak about 'imposter syndrome', what it takes to be brave and how to get proof with our work so we can move forward, even if we don't have the confidence. To say hi to Asha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashabailey_/ Tickets to the Unrealistic Workshop: https://jailong.co/unrealistic ------- All Jai Long's Details: Jai Long's Website: https://jailong.co/ Join the Six-Figure Business Map: https://sixfigurebusinessmap.com/Next Enrolment: 21st August 2023 2023 Say hi To Jai Long on Instagram: @Jailong.co Leave a review on the apple podcast app with the link below: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/creative-business-make-your-break-podcast/id1479145264 Wedding Photography Summit - https://weddingphotographysummit.com/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5nLrLzaJWItTgoNhe-y1sw Episode Sponsor: Pepperstorm (copywriting and SEO) : https://jailong.co/pepperstorm
In this episode, I am joined by Jaime Perez, she is the founder of Thriving Joy Pediatric Therapy, LLC in Tampa, FL offering mobile therapy services in homes and daycares. She is an ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist, passionate feeding specialist, and mother of two crazy boys. She is also a Certified Neonatal Therapist, Certified Neonatal Massage Therapist, Certified Lactation Counselor in training, and has been treating medically complex infants and children in hospitals and NICUs for over 10 years.
Trump is Stallin'; Garland Dumps Trump; Leaving the Country and TwitterThis week: Trump's team requests a very long delay to the start of the documents trial; Garland decides DoJ will no longer defend Trump in his defamation case; Asha left the country, again; Renato goes all in on Threads.Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@Its.Complicated/Subscribe to our podcast https://link.chtbl.com/its-complicatedFollow Asha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AshaRangappa_Asha's Substack: https://asharangappa.substack.com/Follow Renato on Twitter: https://twitter.com/renato_mariottiFollow Asha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asha.rangappa/Follow Renato on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/renato.mariotti/
This week: SCOTUS handed down some rulings, Asha and Renato go over the crux of the cases and their consequences.Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@Its.Complicated/Subscribe to our podcast https://link.chtbl.com/its-complicatedFollow Asha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AshaRangappa_Asha's Substack: https://asharangappa.substack.com/Follow Renato on Twitter: https://twitter.com/renato_mariottiFollow Asha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asha.rangappa/Follow Renato on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/renato.mariotti/