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#PodcastersForJustice New York Times bestselling author, Emma Straub, spoke to me about why everything in life is timing, how to write a book for yourself, time travel, and her latest "This Time Tomorrow." Emma is the bestselling author of five novels — including All Adults Here, The Vacationers, Modern Lovers, and Laura Lamont's Life in Pictures — the short story collection Other People We Married. Her books have been published in 20 countries. Her latest, This Time Tomorrow, has been named One of the Most Anticipated Books of 2022 by Vogue, Oprah, Entertainment Weekly, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar, Reader's Digest, Today, Parade, Thrillist, Pop Sugar, Lithub and more. Described as "...a moving father-daughter story and a playful twist on the idea of time travel," author Michael Chabon called the book "...a beautifully made, elegant music box of a novel that sets in motion its clever clockwork of delight—then breaks your heart with its bittersweet, lingering song.” Emma and her husband also own Books Are Magic, a popular independent bookstore in Brooklyn, New York. In this file Emma Straub and I discussed: Why getting an MFA helped her slow down her writing How she met everyone in publishing at an indie bookshop The unique perspective of Xennials How to find confidence and pages while being off-balance Why she'd drink less Olde English if she could go back And a lot more! Stay calm and write on ... emmastraub.net This Time Tomorrow a Novel by Emma Straub 'This Time Tomorrow' is the time travel book millennials need - USA Today Emma Straub on Facebook Emma Straub on Instagram Emma Straub on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Episode 91! At long last The Bazaar returns, like the Headless Horseman in Jude S. Walko's debut novel; The Unhallowed Horseman. Jude is an American writer, director, actor and producer who spends half his time in Thailand with his family. We discuss what has been happening for the last 4 years since his last appearance on the show, the pandemic and his writing experience and process before the release of The Unhallowed Horseman in October 2021. Please rate, review & most importantly share! Become a Patron and support the show using link below: Patreon - The Bazaar Cast Find Jude and his projects below: THE UNHALLOWED HORSEMAN Goodreads Amazon Twitter: @HorsemanRides Facebook: TheUnhallowedHorseman Website: www.theunhallowedhorseman.com JUDE S. WALKO Amazon Author Page IMDb Twitter: @judeswalko Facebook: JudeStephenWalko Instagram: @judeswalko YouTube: HollywoodhoBRO (
Transcript: https://bit.ly/AIAe034Today's guest is Keah Brown. Keah is a journalist, author, studying actress and screenwriter. She is the recipient of Ulta Beauty's Muse 100 award, Which is a celebration of 100 inspirational voices around beauty. She's also one of The Root's 100 most influential African Americans of 2018. Keah is the creator of the viral hashtag, #DisabledAndCute. Her work has appeared in Town & Country Magazine, Teen Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire UK, And The New York Times, among other publications. Her Debut essay collection, The Pretty One is out now. Her debut picture book, Sam's Super Seats will be out Fall 2022 via Kokila books.Connect with Keah:https://keahbrown.com/https://www.instagram.com/keah_maria/The Pretty One: https://www.amazon.com/Pretty-One-Culture-Disability-Reasons/dp/1982100540/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1652820362&sr=8-2Sam's Super Seats: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=keah+brown&crid=1Z1OLS3SDA4QY&sprefix=keah+br%2Caps%2C100&ref=nb_sb_ss_retrain-deeppltr_2_7Connect with the Rocky Mountain ADA Center at https://rockymountainada.org/ or find us on social media. Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or anywhere else you get your podcasts!
As the threats of climate change become more urgent than ever, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure about what to do. The problems — and their solutions — seem unwieldy and complicated. But what if we embrace the complexity of the climate crisis and create solutions that are just as intertwined as the issues? That's where intersectional environmentalism comes in. Leah Thomas, a prominent voice in the field and the activist who coined the term “Intersectional Environmentalism,” offered us a call to action in her new book. The Intersectional Environmentalist serves as a guide to instigating change for all and a pledge to work toward personal empowerment and the healing of the planet. Thomas examined the inextricable link between environmentalism, racism, and privilege, and argued that we cannot save the planet without uplifting the voices of its people –– especially those most often unheard. She shows how not only are Black, Indigenous, and people of color unequally and unfairly impacted by environmental injustices, but she argued that the fight for the planet goes hand in hand with the fight for civil rights — one cannot exist without the other. Solving these issues becomes clearer when we recognize these intersectionalities. Thomas wrote that her goal “is to raise awareness of unsung heroes, look beneath the surface, and reflect on missteps in social and environmental movements so that future movements can improve. With complete knowledge of our past, we have a better shot at improving the outcomes of our future.” The effects of climate change are intensifying, but so are the voices of those who are creating meaningful solutions. Intersectional environmental activists like Thomas acknowledge where we came from and how to move forward, helping us push past the overwhelm and into meaningful, inclusive, and sustainable change. Leah Thomas is an intersectional environmental activist and eco-communicator based in Southern California. She's passionate about advocating for and exploring the relationship between social justice and environmentalism and was the first to define the term “Intersectional Environmentalism.” She is the founder of @greengirlleah and The Intersectional Environmentalist Platform. Her articles on this topic have appeared in Vogue, Elle, The Good Trade, and Youth to the People and she has been featured in Harper's Bazaar, W Magazine, Domino, GOOP, Fashionista, BuzzFeed, and numerous podcasts. She has a B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from Chapman University and worked for the National Park Service and Patagonia headquarters before pursuing activism full time. She lives in Carpinteria, California. Hannah Wilson (they/them) is currently a Farm Manager at Yes Farm with the Black Farmers Collective and co-chair of the Environmental Justice Committee for the City of Seattle. In 2019, they graduated from the University of Washington with a BS in Environmental Science and Resource Management and a minor in Geography. As a queer, disabled, deaf, and Black non-binary person, their intersectional identity informs the way they walk through the world and the work they do. They have committed their life's work centered around food sovereignty and Black liberation, continuing to organize around community building, growing food, healing, and our relationships to the land and each other. Buy the Book: The Intersectional Environmentalist: How to Dismantle Systems of Oppression to Protect People + Planet (Hardcover) from Elliott Bay Books Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here.
According to Harper's Bazaar "sapphic style" has gone mainstream, so we asked videographer, creative director, primary lesbian, and friend of the pod Jordan (they/them) to help us get to the bottom of the trend. Join us as we dive into the trend's origins, our lesbian style icons, and the commodification of queer aesthetics. LINKS Jordan - @GEMPROD_ // @jrd_y Noelle - @noellewtf // @noelle.wtf Sample Size - @samplesizemedia
Joining Andy today is returning guest Laurie Arons of Laurie Arons Special Events! Laurie founded her company in 1994 and has been featured in numerous magazine publications. She has also been listed in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, and Martha Stewart Weddings as one of the top worldwide planners. Her clientele consists of noteworthy trendsetters like Sophia Coppola, Vanessa Getty, and Christy Turlington as well as prominent business moguls such as Gary Friedman, Frank Caufield, and Eddie DeBartolo. Laurie has also created and runs a successful wedding planner master class. Laurie, in this episode, reflects on the last couple of years and how the COVID-19 pandemic affected 2021 for her. Grateful for her team and how they overcame them, she details the struggles and reveals why she brought on very few new clients for 2022, taking on fewer clients but charging more. She also talks about how the hospitality industry in general was hit very hard because of the pandemic and how her goal remains to make people happy. Andy and Laurie also discuss how connections and methods of communication have changed because of the pandemic and whether they prefer virtual meetings or in-person meetings. Laurie also projects toward the future, revealing that she loves what she does and doesn't want to retire anytime soon unless her health requires her to do so. She touches upon her masterclasses and discusses her plans for the future, detailing an intimate class coming in November of this year. Andy has really enjoyed this real conversation with Laurie! Be sure to check Laurie out online, and as always, if you can think of at least three good friends who might benefit from and enjoy this episode, be sure to share it with them! Andy would also be appreciative if you were to subscribe to the podcast if you aren't already and to leave a top review wherever you listen to the podcast, especially since it really helps the show and helps people find it! Have you heard about Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey on The Wedding Biz Network? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network. SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute! Time Stamps [0:38] – We learn that today's guest is Laurie Arons of Laurie Arons Special Events. [2:11] – Laurie reflects on what she has learned over the last couple of years. [5:11] – Laurie commends her team for overcoming last year's stressful challenges. [7:23] – Laurie reveals that she onboarded very few new clients for 2022. [10:09] – Most people, Laurie argues, don't have a realistic idea of how much a wedding costs. [10:36] – Discover whether or not Laurie is happier taking on fewer clients. [13:17] – Laurie learned from what happened last year. [15:33] – Laurie laments that the hospitality industry was hit very hard because of COVID. [18:07] – Andy shifts the conversation toward virtual meetings vs. in-person meetings. [19:15] – Laurie offers her insight into the positive aspects of virtual meetings. [21:53] – Learn about the possible future of Laurie's company. [23:20] – Andy gives us his thoughts about retirement. [25:25] – Laurie's job doesn't feel like work most of the time. [26:17] – Learn about Laurie's masterclasses! [28:29] – Andy shares Laurie's contact information. RESOURCES Laurie's Previous Guest Spots on The Wedding Biz Find Laurie: Laurie Arons Special Events - Website Laurie Arons Special Events' Facebook Page Laurie's Instagram Page Laurie's Twitter Page Follow The Wedding Biz on Social: The Wedding Biz The Wedding Biz on Instagram: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz on Facebook: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz Network The Music Makers Support The Wedding Biz by clicking here. Title Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Kushner Entertainment.
Kenneth Goh, Editor-in-Chief of Harper's Bazaar, chats with Angel about the May issue where they featured pets and even shares about what is on trend for our pets. @HarpersBazaarSg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kenneth Goh, Editor-in-Chief of Harper's Bazaar, chats with Angel about the May issue where they featured pets and even shares about what is on trend for our pets. @HarpersBazaarSg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode is a joint episode with The New Bazaar Podcast. The New Bazaar is a podcast hosted by Cardiff Garcia (formerly of NPR's The Indicator) that discusses topics in economics, policy and politics. Cardiff interviewed me for an episode of The New Bazaar on modern neoliberalism: Where did we come from? What do we believe? Are we as bad as the critics say? We're releasing it on both the The New Bazaar and the Neoliberal Podcast, so if you enjoy today's episode go check out The New Bazaar here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-new-bazaar/id1580156414 To make sure you hear every episode, join our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neoliberalproject. Patrons get access to exclusive bonus episodes, our sticker-of-the-month club, and our insider Slack. Become a supporter today! Got questions for the Neoliberal Podcast? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us at: https://twitter.com/ne0liberal https://www.instagram.com/neoliberalproject/ https://www.twitch.tv/neoliberalproject Join a local chapter at https://neoliberalproject.org/join
The world's easiest guide to anti-aging skincare is here! We'll tell you the one thing everyone should be doing to improve their skin (in a segment sponsored by No7 Beauty). Before that, Jess says goodbye to her job at Harper's Bazaar, and we bring you the latest beauty headlines: big news for hair brands Crown Affair and Briogeo; the antioxidant benefits of Indian sandalwood; Alicia Keys's new makeup line; and the return of Lolita Lempicka to the U.S. market. Plus, we're still not over Kim Kardashian's comments about losing weight to fit into her Met Gala dress. Let's discuss.For more info on our sponsor, No7 Beauty: no7beauty.comShop the products mentioned on Ep. 402: shopmyshelf.us/collections/49406Links and sponsor promo codes: fatmascara.com/blogPrivate Facebook Group: Fat Mascara Raising a WandSocial media: @fatmascara, @jessicamatlin, @jenn_editSubmit a "Raise A Wand" product recommendation and be featured on the show: email email@example.com or leave a voicemail at 646-481-8182 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/fatmascara.
In This Episode You Will Learn About: Claiming your power Embracing your FULL identity Making an impact as an entrepreneur Resources: Website: swaay.com Read The Glass Ledge Join Voices+ Listen to Women Who SWAAY Podcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: @Iman Oubou Instagram: @imanoubou Facebook: @swaaymedia Twitter: @ImanOubou Overcome Your Villains is Available NOW! Order here: https://overcomeyourvillains.com If you haven't yet, get my first book Confidence Creator Show Notes: You possess the power to CHANGE your life; use it! Take control of your circumstances and build the life YOU want. Successful entrepreneur and former Miss New York US, Iman Oubou is here to help us learn how to showcase the BEST version of ourselves and embrace our FULL identities. If you can step into your OWN power, you've already accomplished the hardest part. Iman will share the nitty gritty details behind building a business from the ground up, and navigating the obstacles that come with it. You don't have to hide or change who you are to reach your goals. Don't be timid; reclaim your power today! About The Guest: Joining us today is Iman Oubou, an American entrepreneur, author, published scientist, and National beauty pageant winner! She won the title of Miss New York United States and was second runner up at the 2015 Miss United States pageant. Known for her advocacy work, Iman has been featured in Harper's Bazaar, Forbes, Cosmopolitan, and SO MANY more. She founded SWAAY Media in 2015, a leading publishing platform that provides writing and editorial support, and creates a thought provoking community of like minded women! If You Liked This Episode You Might Also Like These Episodes: Living Life on Purpose with Les Brown How Your Mindset Can Change EVERYTHING For You with Heather! It's Never Too Late To Start!
Rachel Kramer Bussel is a New Jersey-based author, journalist, copywriter, anthology editor, erotica writing teacher, consultant, and event organizer. She writes widely about sex, dating, books, pop culture, feminism and body image. Rachel has written for numerous publications, including, BUST, CNN.com, The Daily Beast, DAME, Elle.com, Forbes.com, Fortune.com, The Frisky, Gothamist, The Hairpin, Harper's Bazaar, Inked, InStyle.com, Jezebel, Marie Claire, Mediabistro, Men's Health, The Nervous Breakdown, New York Post, New York Observer, New York Press, The New York Times, O, The Oprah Magazine, Penthouse, Philadelphia Inquirer, Playboy.com, Playgirl, The Root, Salon, San Francisco Chronicle, SELF, Slate, Time.com, Time Out New York, The Village Voice, and The Washington Post, among other publications. Rachel conducts reading and erotic writing workshops worldwide at sex toy stores, universities and events, as well as online. Out now!!! In Medias Res: You in the Midst of Things Edited by Rose Caraway **FOR SHOW NOTES READERS ONLY!** If you're reading this, that's you! Tweet at us "I ❤️ @theKMQ" You'll win TWO Audiobook! That's right TWO!!! Contest goes through May 2022 Check out our other hot new audiobooks from the Sexy Library! Big Book of Orgasms, Vol. 2 69 Sexy Stories By: Rachel Kramer Bussel Narrated by: Rose Caraway Length: 9 hrs and 29 mins Unabridged Audiobook Release date: 03-02-22 *** Insatiable Wives: Women Who Stray and the Men Who Love Them By: David J. Ley Narrated by: Rose Caraway Length: 12 hrs and 5 mins Unabridged Audiobook Release date: 11-23-21 *** While you're at it, check out our other hot new audiobooks in The Sexy Library! http://bit.ly/KMQSexyLibrary Follow us on Twitter! Rachel Kramer Bussel @raquelita The Kiss Me Quick's Erotica @theKMQ Rose Caraway @RoseCaraway Dayv Caraway @BigDaddyDayv The KMQ would like to thank the following musical artists Audio K NihiloreKMQ introduction music by Vyvch
Kornelija Slunjski aka @kokobeaute is a make-up artist and beauty expert who moonlights as a content creator, dating coach, and supporter of all things female empowerment. An educated consumer and beauty junkie at heart, she loves to share all her favorite brands with a diverse international audience.After a 10-year career working for the likes of Elle, Harper's Bazaar, etc in both the US and abroad, she has created a trusted female follower base who look to her not only for beauty tips or her favorite products and techniques but most importantly, ways to boost their confidence. Kornelija's niche is simple and effective, she promotes brands she believes in and that empower women to live their best lives. Whether it is a new makeup technique and application tool, cutting edge face mask, or a simple candle set, Kornelija connects her follower base to the brand's stories and their related missions.4:38 No coffee walk date? The viral video and explanation of what Koko means about this? 10:37 WHAT IS DATING WITH HIGH STANDARDS FOR WOMEN? 17:30 HOW CAN MEN DO BETTER IN THE DATING POOL?19:51 WHAT IS PLATE SPINNING IN DATING? GIVE THE AUDIENCE A DEEP DIVE INTO WHAT THAT IS? 25:31 2-3 THINGS THAT NEED TO BE BROUGHT TO THE TABLE WHEN IT COMES TO DATING? 32:17 COMPROMISE VS SACRIFICE IN RELATIONSHIPS? → CONNECT WITH KOKOBEAUTE ON SOCIAL MEDIA ←KOKO'S WEBSITE: https://simpliciteus.com/shop/koko-x-simplicite/INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/kokobeaute/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kokobeauteYOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/KokoBeaute/videosFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kokobeautePINTEREST:https://www.pinterest.ca/kokobeaute/_created/→ CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA ←INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/officially.rory/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/officiallyroryLINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mitchellrory/YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/Rory519 WEBSITE: https://www.mitchellreportunleashedpodcast.com
Hello and welcome to Frame and Sequence episode 24 with Jamie Beck! Last October I had the opportunity to spend a glorious fall day in Provence with Jamie and she was kind enough to share with me a glimpse of the romantic life she has created there. I've admired Jamie's photography for a very long time and have always been inspired by her creativity and approach to life. Not to mention her prolific output of work. After a beautiful lunch outside at Bastide de Marie, with her husband Kevin and daughter Eloise, she invited me back to her studio where we opened some champagne and talked all things photography. In this episode we talk about her early start in photography, her early days in NYC as a fashion photographer and running her own photo studio, her move to Provence, her approach to her personal work and creative life, life in Provence, and much, much more. This conversation really inspired me to dig deeper into my own work and I hope you enjoy!! And for some additional questions with Jamie, please consider becoming a paid subscriber to my Substack newsletter. A bit about Jamie: Jamie Beck took her first photograph at the age of thirteen and soon after began earning her living as a professional photographer. By twenty-eight, she opened her own commercial photographic studio in lower Manhattan. Jamie has shot campaigns and editorials for some of the world's most famous brands, including Chanel, Donna Karan, Nike, Oscar de la Renta, Google, Samsung, and Microsoft. Her work has appeared under the mastheads of Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, on Netflix, and in digital ad displays for Disney. She has been commissioned by luxury brands such as Chopard, Cartier, and Volvo and has twice been named by Adweek magazine as one of the industry's top 100 creatives, with numerous features written about her body of work in Communication Arts, WWD, and Time. With her camera never leaving her side, Jamie has spent almost twenty-five years traveling the world, one photographic frame at a time. In 2016, she took what was to be a one-year sabbatical to create a personal body of work in the South of France, which changed the entire course of her life, one that blossomed into a career as an art photographer and delivered her a French-born baby girl named Eloise. Jamie lives in Provence with her husband and daughter. Follow her on Instagram @JamieBeck.co and her prints and other works can be found here jamiebeck.co And her upcoming book An American in Provence: Art, Life, and Photography is available for pre-order.
Francesco Clark was 24 years old with a promising career at Harper's Bazaar when his entire world was turned upside-down. On June 1, 2002, Francesco dove headfirst into a swimming pool and crashed into the bottom. He became paralyzed from the neck down. Surgeons told his parents, “he will never breathe, talk or move his arms (on his own) - and forget about his legs.” His skin, now permanently impacted, was prone to breakouts, dry patches, and redness, creating a perfect storm of ongoing ailments. Francesco enlisted the help of his father, a medical doctor trained in homeopathy, to heal his skin. After five years and 78 formulations, the first Clark's Botanicals product was born. Today Clarks Botanicals Company is valued in the 10s of millions and available on Amazon, Space NK, Goop, and more.Francesco is also a national ambassador for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, helping to fund for the care and the cure of people with spinal cord injuries
Andy is joined today by KT Merry of KT Photography! KT has been recognized for her industry excellence by top media outlets such as Harper's Bazaar and Vogue, and she has built a thriving and very profitable business that allows her to also pursue her passion for conservation by using her art to protect the planet and its inhabitants who are most vulnerable. Over the past ten years, KT has evolved into a multidisciplinary creative with a highly profitable house of brands such as photographing luxury destination weddings and editorials around the world. KT shares how her love of photography developed and how she assisted some major fashion photographers. She discusses her ideal client and elaborates upon some of the quotes that she has on her website and identifies the why behind what she does, discussing her passion for protecting the planet and how she has married that with her passion for photography. She touches upon how she came upon photographing weddings, how she feels about digital over film, what her philosophy on lighting and composition style is, and what it's like having her husband Chad as her business partner and how they balance their professional lives with their personal lives. She describes her morning routine and how that helps keep her mental health in check, also describing two books from which she reads a page each day. She and Andy also discuss the various benefits of meditating such as being less reactive and not as impulsive, and, for any photographers who might be listening, KT reveals what gear she is currently using! Andy is so grateful for KT's time and had such a great time chatting with her! Be sure to check KT out online, and as always, if you can think of at least three good friends who might benefit from and enjoy this episode, be sure to share it with them! Andy would also be appreciative if you were to subscribe to the podcast if you aren't already and to leave a top review wherever you listen to the podcast, especially since it really helps the show and helps people find it! Are you looking to boost your sales or get more clients? Check out the Create Your Most Profitable Marketing Strategy course from marketing expert, Melissa Forziat. If you feel disorganized or overwhelmed with your marketing, if you feel like you're leaving money on the table, or if you just want to get more word of mouth going for your business, this online course is perfect for you. Andy only works with sponsors whose work he has thoroughly checked out, so he knows that with Melissa's guidance, you will create your road map and answer questions like where to market your business, what systems to create, and how to follow-up with every client or potential client in your pipeline. As we all know, weddings are about relationships, and marketing your wedding business should be about relationships too. A course as detailed as this would usually be priced in the thousands, but to make it accessible to small businesses, Melissa is making it available for only $247. PLUS, as a listener of The Wedding Biz, you can use promo code WEDDINGBIZ to get 10% off, so if you are ready to go to the next level in your business, sign up for the course today! Have you heard about Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey on The Wedding Biz Network? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network. SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute! Time Stamps [0:48] – Andy reveals that today's guest is KT Merry of KT Photography. [1:48] – Andy points to a specific quote from KT's website. [2:20] – KT elaborates upon her ideal client. [4:35] – Discover how KT's love of photography started. [6:02] – KT chronicles how she assisted some major fashion photographers. [8:42] – Andy references a book that he has been reading. [9:42] – KT reveals how she came upon photographing weddings. [12:48] – KT discusses how she feels about digital vs. film. [14:47] – Learn about KT's philosophy on lighting and composition style. [17:16] – Enter the code WEDDINGBIZ at Melissa Forziat Events and Marketing for a 10% discount! [17:52] – KT discusses what it's like having her husband Chad as her business partner. [20:24] – KT reveals how she balances her business life and her personal life. [22:28] – Learn about how KT uses profit to affect change over things she cares about. [25:33] – KT discloses whether or not she still has concerns about finances. [26:48] – KT shares what retirement will likely look like for her someday. [27:43] – KT reveals that she has a virtual store for fine art prints. [28:31] – Hear KT describe her morning routine. [31:34] – Andy and KT discuss the benefits of meditation. [34:10] – KT talks about her evening routine. [34:53] – Discover what gear KT is currently using. [36:41] – Andy shares with us where we can find KT online. RESOURCES Monique Lhuillier Clip 1 (by Peyton Frank) Monique Lhuillier Clip 2 (by Peyton Frank) Bella Belle Clip (by Peyton Frank) Gay Hendricks - The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level Gay Hendricks – Conscious Luck: Eight Secrets to Intentionally Change Your Fortune Marianne Williamson – A Year of Miracles: Daily Devotions and Reflections John Jantsch - The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur: 366 Daily Meditations to Feed Your Soul and Grow Your Business Viktor E. Frankl - Man's Search for Meaning Find KT: KT Merry Photography - WebsiteKT Merry Photography - Facebook PageKT's Instagram PageKT Merry Education - WebsiteKT Merry Education - Facebook PageKT Merry Education - Instagram PageRender Loyalty - WebsiteRender Loyalty - Instagram PageKT Merry Fine Art Print Shop - WebsiteKT Merry Print Shop - Instagram PageREFINED Co - Website Follow The Wedding Biz on Social: The Wedding Biz The Wedding Biz on Instagram: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz on Facebook: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz Network The Music Makers Support The Wedding Biz by clicking here. Title Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Melissa Forziat Events and Marketing.
To celebrate Mother's Day, the founders of the storytelling website Eat, Darling, Eat present conversations with some of your favorite HRN hosts, this time talking personally about their own mother/daughter relationships and the ways that food helps to explore and define the family dynamics, history, and personalities. Whether Mom dedicated passion and energy to feeding her family, or made Sara Lee and Szechuan take-out her best friends, listen in on the stories of families, cultures, and kitchens from South Africa to Japan. Host:Aimee Lee Ball is an author and journalist writing about health, business, politics, food, travel, and the arts. She has contributed cooking columns to The New York Times Sunday Magazine and has appeared on TV's Food Network. Her books include No Time to Die, a New York Times Notable Book, and Changing the Rules, a Best Business Book. She has written for many national publications including New York Magazine, The New York Times, O the Oprah Magazine, National Geographic, and Harper's Bazaar.Producer:Steve Baum is a New York-based filmmaker and cinematographer. His company produced Salvadorian Salvation, a documentary about protecting El Salvador's children from gang violence. Dr. Vicky Guzman, founder and director of Asaprosar, an organization that helps the neediest families of that country, worked with her daughter Lucy Guzman and a team of social workers, psychologists, and educators, providing a refuge for children, including a balanced meal every day. Steve is the creator of Not For Kids Only (UnderwaterSuite), the first DVD in a musical video series.HRN Happy Hour is Powered by Simplecast.
I en grøn kommode gemmer musik på minder og andre tider. En for en bliver de taget op, støvet af, og tilpasset en klassisk radiokanal, hvor ikke al indholdet i skuffen tåler dagens lys. Men de der gør, tæller både Chopin, Los Zafiros, Satie, Bazaar og andre glemte sager. Produceret for DR af Munck Studios København.
I en grøn kommode gemmer musik på minder og andre tider. En for en bliver de taget op, støvet af, og tilpasset en klassisk radiokanal, hvor ikke al indholdet i skuffen tåler dagens lys. Men de der gør, tæller både Chopin, Los Zafiros, Satie, Bazaar og andre glemte sager. Produceret for DR af Munck Studios København.
#PodcastersForJustice Award-winning author and broadcaster, Elizabeth Day, talked to me candidly about How to Fail, hanging out with Gloria Steinem, genre equality, and how she wrote her compeller, "Magpie." Elizabeth is a novelist, lauded journalist, and host of the chart-topping podcast, How To Fail, which has featured guests including Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Gloria Steinem, and Brene Brown. Her latest novel, Magpie, was published in the UK in September 2021 and became an instant Sunday Times bestseller. Described as "... a taut, psychological suspense novel about a perfect couple and their seemingly perfect roommate...," bestselling author Matt Haig called it "...a clever, suspenseful read with a brilliant central pivot." Elizabeth was a staff feature writer for the Observer for eight years and her writing has appeared in The Telegraph, The Times, the Guardian, New York Magazine, Vogue, Grazia, Elle, and Vanity Fair. She is also a contributing editor for Harper's Bazaar. Stay calm and write on ... In this file Elizabeth Day and I discussed: How failure makes us human Cooking pasta for Stanley Tucci Why we don't call Jonathan Franzen a "Domestic Thriller" writer Writing about the struggles women go through to become mothers Booking an Airbnb to finish her book And a lot more! Show Notes: elizabethdayonline.co.uk Magpie by Elizabeth Day (Amazon Affiliate) Elizabeth Day Amazon Author Page (Amazon Affiliate) Elizabeth Day on Facebook Elizabeth Day on Instagram Elizabeth Day on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kenneth Goh, Editor-in-Chief of Harper's Bazaar, chats with Angel about what to wear when you hit the clubs again @HarpersBazaarSg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sacred Heart announces plans for Bazaar; Stobaugh Bros. named Farm Family of the Year; ARDOT to hold hiring event in Morrilton; jobless rates down locally; MHS athletes place at state track meet; Regional baseball and softball tournaments to begin this week; we talk with Mary Clark from UACCM.
Michael Horn is the Authorized American Media Representative for the Billy Meier Contacts (www.theyfly.com), which he has researched since 1979 (and proved to be absolutely authentic). He is the writer and producer of the new, award-winning feature length documentary, "The Silent Revolution of Truth", as well as the writer, producer and narrator of the DVD "The Meier Contacts - The Key To Our Future Survival". Michael's very eclectic background includes: award-winning film director, film producer, prize-winning painter, designer/creator of the still popular fashion fad "fingernail art" (featured in Harper's Bazaar magazine), award-winning songwriter, one of the first creators of digital online book publishing (ebooks), music and video producer, science researcher, national and international lecturer, frequent media guest, published writer, credentialed teacher, humorist, pioneer in commercial water purification applications (Starbucks), set designer, health care professional, creator of the Future Self interactive therapeutic video technique, volunteer work with children and seniors. Michael is the creator of the Standing In Spirit regenerative movement/stress relief program (which Michael was invited to teach to corporate and government leaders in Europe,such as BASF, Eurochemie, Rabobank, KLM, Cyco Software, ING Bank, Meta Visie, by a consultant to Princess Diana), creator/teacher of the Sit & Get Fit videotapes and program for seniors, as well as for personnel at U.S. corporations like Xerox and Candle. Michael has been featured in two issues of the international martial arts magazine INSIDE KUNG FU demonstrating advanced strength and flexibility Chi Gong exercises and has articles published in Nexus, Mystic Pop and UFO magazines. Additionally, he has also created and taught a self-defense course for women for the City of Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women. "More Than Just Survival", Michael Horn's song CD of all original songs, has been released featuring the single "Forgive Yourself". And information about Michael's latest project, "Breaking the Silence", a new, already award-winning, film about five courageous young women, can be seen at www.breakingthesilencemovie.com. Michael also wrote the song for the movie, "I'll Be My Own Hero". - www.theyfly.com Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free) To contact Rob McConnell - email@example.com
Michael Horn is the Authorized American Media Representative for the Billy Meier Contacts (www.theyfly.com), which he has researched since 1979 (and proved to be absolutely authentic). He is the writer and producer of the new, award-winning feature length documentary, "The Silent Revolution of Truth", as well as the writer, producer and narrator of the DVD "The Meier Contacts - The Key To Our Future Survival". Michael's very eclectic background includes: award-winning film director, film producer, prize-winning painter, designer/creator of the still popular fashion fad "fingernail art" (featured in Harper's Bazaar magazine), award-winning songwriter, one of the first creators of digital online book publishing (ebooks), music and video producer, science researcher, national and international lecturer, frequent media guest, published writer, credentialed teacher, humorist, pioneer in commercial water purification applications (Starbucks), set designer, health care professional, creator of the Future Self interactive therapeutic video technique, volunteer work with children and seniors. Michael is the creator of the Standing In Spirit regenerative movement/stress relief program (which Michael was invited to teach to corporate and government leaders in Europe,such as BASF, Eurochemie, Rabobank, KLM, Cyco Software, ING Bank, Meta Visie, by a consultant to Princess Diana), creator/teacher of the Sit & Get Fit videotapes and program for seniors, as well as for personnel at U.S. corporations like Xerox and Candle. Michael has been featured in two issues of the international martial arts magazine INSIDE KUNG FU demonstrating advanced strength and flexibility Chi Gong exercises and has articles published in Nexus, Mystic Pop and UFO magazines. Additionally, he has also created and taught a self-defense course for women for the City of Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women. "More Than Just Survival", Michael Horn's song CD of all original songs, has been released featuring the single "Forgive Yourself". And information about Michael's latest project, "Breaking the Silence", a new, already award-winning, film about five courageous young women, can be seen at www.breakingthesilencemovie.com. Michael also wrote the song for the movie, "I'll Be My Own Hero". - www.theyfly.comNow listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - firstname.lastname@example.org
Abbigail Nyguyen Rosewood has created a swiftly mutating story about a woman who is either a loving mother, a famous artist, or a teacher. Constellations of Eve (Texas Tech University Press 2022) portrays deviations from an initial story that revolves around Eve, Pari, Liam, and a child named Blue. Eve meets Liam, a tall, gentle man who is either philandering husband, a kind partner, or a scheming benefactor. Eve's best friend is Pari, who is either her best friend and college roommate, a stunning model, or mentally fragile and suicidal. Eve loves, obsesses over Pari, or encourages her to hang herself. Liam is good or not, loving or not, solid, or not. We don't know if Eve is kind-hearted or crazy, loving or obsessive. We watch these three people weaving around each other, and the child, Blue, has something to say in each iteration of Eve's life. Eve needs to figure out which part of herself is going to dominate, and who or what is going to control her destiny – will it be love, motherhood, or art? Abbigail Nguyen Rosewood is a Vietnamese and American author who earned an MFA in creative writing from Columbia University. After having spent 20 years in the U.S, she is now a reverse immigrant living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Her short fiction and essays can be found at TIME Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Salon, Cosmopolitan, Lit Hub, Electric Lit, Catapult, Pen America, BOMB, among others. In 2019, her hybrid writing was featured in a multimedia art and poetry exhibit at Eccles Gallery. Her fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net, and Best American Short Story 2020. Her debut novel If I Had Two Lives won first place in the Writers Workshop of Asheville Literary Fiction contest. Excerpts from Constellations of Eve were finalists in the 49th New Millennium Writing Award, and the Sunspot Culmination Award. She currently serves on the graduating thesis committee at Columbia University. She is the founder of Neon Door, an immersive literary exhibit. When she isn't reading or writing, Abbigail spends time with her pets, listens to crime podcasts, lifts weights, and enjoys unstructured free days when she can binge watch reality TV with her husband. She also loves a good snowstorm and staring into a burning fire. I interview authors of beautifully written literary fiction and mysteries, and try to focus on independently published novels, especially by women and others whose voices deserve more attention. If your upcoming or recently published novel might be a candidate for a podcast, please contact me via my website, gpgottlieb dot com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Abbigail Nyguyen Rosewood has created a swiftly mutating story about a woman who is either a loving mother, a famous artist, or a teacher. Constellations of Eve (Texas Tech University Press 2022) portrays deviations from an initial story that revolves around Eve, Pari, Liam, and a child named Blue. Eve meets Liam, a tall, gentle man who is either philandering husband, a kind partner, or a scheming benefactor. Eve's best friend is Pari, who is either her best friend and college roommate, a stunning model, or mentally fragile and suicidal. Eve loves, obsesses over Pari, or encourages her to hang herself. Liam is good or not, loving or not, solid, or not. We don't know if Eve is kind-hearted or crazy, loving or obsessive. We watch these three people weaving around each other, and the child, Blue, has something to say in each iteration of Eve's life. Eve needs to figure out which part of herself is going to dominate, and who or what is going to control her destiny – will it be love, motherhood, or art? Abbigail Nguyen Rosewood is a Vietnamese and American author who earned an MFA in creative writing from Columbia University. After having spent 20 years in the U.S, she is now a reverse immigrant living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Her short fiction and essays can be found at TIME Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Salon, Cosmopolitan, Lit Hub, Electric Lit, Catapult, Pen America, BOMB, among others. In 2019, her hybrid writing was featured in a multimedia art and poetry exhibit at Eccles Gallery. Her fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net, and Best American Short Story 2020. Her debut novel If I Had Two Lives won first place in the Writers Workshop of Asheville Literary Fiction contest. Excerpts from Constellations of Eve were finalists in the 49th New Millennium Writing Award, and the Sunspot Culmination Award. She currently serves on the graduating thesis committee at Columbia University. She is the founder of Neon Door, an immersive literary exhibit. When she isn't reading or writing, Abbigail spends time with her pets, listens to crime podcasts, lifts weights, and enjoys unstructured free days when she can binge watch reality TV with her husband. She also loves a good snowstorm and staring into a burning fire. I interview authors of beautifully written literary fiction and mysteries, and try to focus on independently published novels, especially by women and others whose voices deserve more attention. If your upcoming or recently published novel might be a candidate for a podcast, please contact me via my website, gpgottlieb dot com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
Dr. Kim is speaking this week with Dr. Pooka Lakshmin. Dr. Pooja Lakshmin, MD is a board-certified psychiatrist and author specializing in women's mental health with a focus on how broken social systems impact women's emotional lives. She is a frequent contributor to The New York Times, a medical advisor to Peloton, and the founder of Gemma, the first digital education platform dedicated exclusively to women's mental health. She is also the author of the forthcoming book from Penguin Life, coming in 2023, in which she discusses the tyranny of self-care and offers a 4-part novel framework for women to build authentic and sustainable well-being in the face of systemic stressors. Dr. Lakshmin is a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at the George Washington University School of Medicine, where she is a clinical supervisor in the Five Trimesters perinatal psychiatry clinic. She is most passionate about empowering women and sees her clinical work as a women's mental health psychiatrist as an extension of this mission. Dr. Lakshmin maintains a private practice where she applies an integrative approach to taking care of women suffering from maternal mental health conditions. She also serves on the board of directors of the Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance, a national non-profit dedicated to furthering maternal mental health policy, and is active in advocacy work and community building through online platforms, including her Instagram page @womensmentalhealthdoc. Dr. Lakshmin is a frequent contributor to The New York Times, and her advice has been featured on Good Morning America, The Drew Barrymore Show, NPR, Glamour, Marie Claire, Self, Harper's Bazaar, Bustle and various other media outlets.
Drawing back the curtain for a suitably Beltane Bazaar with Buffalo Springfield as our featured artist for tracks and associated acts plus a spotlight on Judy Henske, Beatniks and Blues! So tracks from Tubby Hayes, The Mynah Birds, Joe South, Tony Joe White, Little Walter, Terry Reid, Earl Bostic, Link Ray plus added Hylda Baker, a flying visit & some choice tracks from Station Master Al and a very happy birthday to Mr Potato Head! All good thing start with a B! Hope you enjoy PLAYLIST Come Josephine In My Flying Machine - 1920's Wurlitzer Carousel Orchestra Beltane Walk - T-Rex Four Birds - Galley Beggar Sit Down I Think I Love You - Buffalo Springfield It's My Time - The Mynah Birds Ohio / Machine Gun - The Isley Brothers John Finn's Wide (Live) - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Paint, It Black - The Animals For What It's Worth - The Staple Singers High Flying Birds - Judy Henske Less Of Me - Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell Snowblind - Judy Henske & Jerry Yester Go And Say Goodbye - Buffalo Springfield You Better Run - The N'Betweens Loving Time - Terry Reid Beatnik Boy - Tallulah Gosh Makin' Love - Hylda Baker Wide Awake - Parquet Courts In The Pines - Link Ray Hold On - Sharon Tandy Elements & Things - Tony Joe White I'm Gonna Make Her Love Me - Jim Ford She Said - John Spencer Blues Explosion Juke - Little Walter Flying On the Ground Is Wrong - Buffalo Springfield Voodoo - Tubby Hayes Prodigal Son - The Rolling Stones Flamingo - Earl Bostic Come Josephine In My Flying Machine (Reprise) - 1920's Wurlitzer Carousel Orchestra
We're back in your ears with series 11! Welcome to episode 92 of Shoot Edit Chat Repeat, the podcast for people photographers. Hosted by two leading UK portrait photographers, Vicki Knights & Eddie Judd. This week we chat to the incredible destination wedding photographer, Igor Demba. Igor has been in business for over a decade and truly believes he has the best job in the world. Recently he was named top wedding photographer in the world by Harper's Bazaar which really excited his mum. He's married to the wonderful Zion and they have two beautiful daughters that keep their hands and hearts full. Igor is well-known for his humility despite all of his amazing achievements and this comes through in our chat with him - such a lovely guy! We talk to Igor about how to bring more of yourself into your business and lots more. We hope you enjoy our chat! Igor's website Follow Igor on Instagram Check out our new 'learn' page on our website where you can discover all of the ways we can help you in your photography business - from posing guides, courses and 121 mentoring. Ooh and did you know we are running our first ever retreat together? It's going to a branding photography retreat in Feb 2023 in London and it's going to be AMAZING! We're expecting places to fill quickly so you need to be on the waitlist to be in with a chance of getting one! Join the waitlist here. If you want to get 4 hours worth of the juiciest content from the last couple of years, that was saved just for our patron members, you can get your hands on it for just £17 here. Thank you to Folio Albums for sponsoring this episode. Use the code ‘shootedit' to get 40% off a studio sample album. Thank you to Shootproof online galleries for sponsoring Repeat Recs for this series. Get 25% off your first 12 months subscription by using the code SHOOTEDITCHATREPEAT. Repeat Recs for this week Vicki - The Phox Planner - a 90 day success journal for photographers. Use the code 'SHOOTEDIT' to get 20% off and free delivery if you're in the UK. Eddie - The Solo Collective podcast We'd love to know what you think of this episode. Please leave us a review if you've enjoyed it, it helps other people to find the podcast. Email: email@example.com Instagram Eddie Judd's Lightroom training & presets Vicki Knights' business mentoring & courses (and see her new website!)
Now a household name, Caitlin Cronenberg's photography and directing work have been published in the world's most established publications and festivals (Vogue, W, Harper's Bazaar, Drake's album cover and TIFF, just to name a few). Even though she's worked with some of the biggest brands and the most famous faces, Caitlin still manages to be one of the kindest and most loyal people. On this episode of the podcast Natasha and Caitlin discuss why taking risks are always worth it, why without fear there isn't growth and Caitlin recalls one moment on the red carpet she'll never forget. Natasha loves to hear from you, follow and DM her @natashaNKPR and be sure to subscribe and leave and review and rating!
On this episode of Behind the Pages, Samier Mansur reflects on the experiences that motivated him to create a capacity-building video training platform for frontline aid workers, ECD professionals, educators, and caregivers working to support young children in Cox's Bazaar. In his field note, “Accessible Strategies to Support Children's Mental Health and Wellbeing in Emergencies: Experience from the Rohingya Refugee Camp,” Mansur outlines successes and challenges from the pilot of the No Limit Generation platform, which has the potential to address persistent gaps in ECD expertise which are common in refugee camps given high turnover and training resource constraints in these contexts. Behind the Pages is the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). This season of Behind the Pages features timely and dynamic conversations with authors from the JEiE Special Issue on Early Childhood Development in Emergencies. For more information about JEiE, and to read all JEiE issues free of charge, visit inee.org/journal.
On this episode of Behind the Pages, Kim Foulds reveals how being with Rohingya parents in Cox's Bazaar and talking with them about their perspectives on the value of play, their own childhood games, and what they wanted to see in educational media for their children was a formative experience for the Sesame Workshop team working to develop new programming for Rohingya refugees. In their field note, “Implementing a Humanitarian Needs Assessment Framework for Early Childhood Development: Informing Intervention Design for Displaced Rohingya Communities in Bangladesh,” Foulds and her co-authors Naureen Khan, Sneha Subramanian, and Ashraful Haque argue that designing interventions to align with the priorities of the communities they serve, and deep understanding of the local context are keys to the long-term sustainability of program outcomes. Behind the Pages is the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). This season of Behind the Pages features timely and dynamic conversations with authors from the JEiE Special Issue on Early Childhood Development in Emergencies. For more information about JEiE, and to read all JEiE issues free of charge, visit inee.org/journal.
In this week's episode, Matt and Ryan discuss whether employers care if you got to the top of the rope in gym class. If you did, then Charlie Kirk suggests you may have been radicalized by the secret message Karl Marx scrawled up there 170 years ago, causing you to foolishly critique the corrupt capitalist system from your fancy high rise penthouse. Finally, they discuss whether a beloved sixty-five foot tall elephant played a part in an Atlantic City smuggling ring.Find us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and gmail @wreckyourpodVisit us on the web at www.wreckyourpod.comThis week's promo: Shrimp and Crits@shrimpandcrits on Twitter and Instagramwww.shrimpandcrits.com
Welcome to HEALTH POWER (FORMERLY NATURALLY SAVVY) Lisa is joined by Mandy Ingber, The New York Times best-selling author of Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate Mind-Body Makeover and creator of the yoga-hybrid DVD YOGALOSOPHY to talk about her book, Yogalosophy for Inner Strength: 12 Weeks to Heal Your Heart and Embrace Joy. This is a very candid and personal interview. Mandy opens up about her own heartache relating to experiences growing up in her family and in romantic relationships. Mandy is a celebrity fitness and wellness expert. Her twenty years of teaching experience have attracted such clients as Jennifer Aniston, Kate Beckinsale, Helen Hunt, Ricki Lake, Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer Meyer, and Brooke Shields.Mandy's class has been awarded “Best of LA” in Daily Candy, LA Weekly, and Los Angeles Magazine. Ingber is a keynote speaker and an event headliner for such events as the Boston Red Sox Foundation's FenwaYoga, Peoplemagazine's A-List Workout, SELF Magazine's Workout in the Park, and more. She has been a spokesperson for companies such as Silk Soymilk and a contributing fitness and wellness advisor on multiple platforms, including Health, POPSUGAR, SELF magazine, Shape, USA Today, Women's Health, and Yahoo! Mandy is a fitness blogger for E! Online and www.People.com and is featured regularly in the following publications: Elle, Glamour, Harper's Bazaar, InStyle, Los Angeles Magazine, O, The Oprah Magazine, People, SELF, Us Weekly, Vanity Fair, Vogue, and more. Television appearances include Access Hollywood, E! News, Fox Extra, Good Day L.A., Good Morning America, the Chelsea Lately show, and the TODAY show, among others. Ingber is also on the advisory committee for the Cancer Prevention Clinic at the Margie Petersen Breast Center at Providence Saint John's Health Center. Prior to her career in fitness, Ingber performed on Broadway in the original company of Brighton Beach Memoirs, played Annie Tortelli on the all-time-favorite series Cheers, and is forever remembered for her famous rap in the cult classic Teen Witch.Mandy Ingber teaches workshops at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies and at independent yoga studios. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and You Tube. BOOK DESCRIPTION: Yogalosophy for Inner Strength: 12 Weeks to Heal Your Heart and Embrace Joy."Heartbreak is a universal experience, and self-compassion is vital to healing. In this moment of truth lies the opportunity to find action-oriented ways to love yourself.”Building on the concepts in her New York Times bestselling book Yogalosophy, Mandy Ingber, fitness and wellness instructor to the stars, now gives us Yogalosophy for Inner Strength—a revolutionary and inspiring self-care program to uplift and strengthen the alignment of mind, body, heart, and spirit during times of adversity like loss, transition, grief, or heartbreak. Yogalosophy for Inner Strength is a twelve-week wellness program, which includes five exercise routines for strength, happiness, and cardiovascular health, as well as meditations, recipes, playlists, and rituals designed to support the healing of the heart and build lasting resilience. In Yogalosophy for Inner Strength, Ingber incorporates anecdotes from her personal journey through loss and trying times, and stories from experts within her inner circle of friends. Whether you're experiencing crisis or simply feeling adrift, Yogalosophy for Inner Strength will help guide and carry you through your transition by providin
Lelia is a good friend who has a dope newsletter that I read religiously. A few weeks ago, her newsletter headline caught my eye and after reading the essay, I couldn't wait to share it with y'all. Lelia has a Master's in Public Policy and a BA in Sociology, she's raised money for nonprofits, overseen a juvenile detention center, managed a political campaign, and developed and implemented a sex education curriculum for middle schoolers. Now she writes for publications including Forbes, NBC News, Harper's Bazaar, and others. Visit: https://www.leliagowland.com/ Subscribe to the Newsletter: http://leliagowland.com/newsletter Read: You Got This Instagram: @leliagowland Special thanks to our sponsors: Carpe: Carpe is the #1 dermatologist recommended brand for sweat all over the body, scientifically tested and proven. Go to mycarpe.com, get free shipping plus TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OFF with the code ONE. That's 25% off when you use the code ONE at mycarpe. com. Completely risk free because Carpe offers a 100% money back guarantee, no questions asked! Away: We love our new sponsor AWAY, the modern lifestyle brand that creates thoughtful products for every traveler and every kind of trip. Start YOUR 100-day trial and shop the entire Away line-up of travel essentials, including their best-selling suitcases, at AWAYTravel.com/theonlyone. Year & Day: Year & Day is giving The Only One in the Room listeners a special offer. Visit yearandday.com/one and use code: ONE to get $25 off your first order of $150 or more. Also, receive Free shipping on orders of $150 or more. So drop whatever you're doing and go visit yearandday.com/one and use the code: ONE to get $25 off your first order of $150 or more! PATREON SHOUT OUTS: Mercedes Cusick LMFT, Website: www.mercedescusick.com, IG: @recoverhealbloom Check Out How To Do The Pot Thanks to Kathleen Hahn Join our Patreon: Become an Only One In The Room patron by joining us on Patreon! Starting at only $5.00 per month, you'll get bonus content, access to outtakes that the general public will NEVER see, extremely cool merch, and depending on what tier you get, monthly hang time with Scott and Laura. Join our Patreon today at https://www.patreon.com/theonlyonepodcast Be sure not to miss our weekly full episodes on Tuesdays, Scott Talks on Wednesdays & Sunday Edition every Sunday by subscribing to the show wherever you listen to podcasts. We love hearing from you in the comments on iTunes and while you're there don't forget to rate us, subscribe and share the show! All of us at The Only One In The Room wish you safety and wellness during this challenging time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you love visiting beautifully curated bazaars and are willing to support a good cause, listen to this brief podcast with Martha Graeff and Danié Gómez-Ortigoza on The Bazaar for Good, a project whose mission is to create better conditions for children worldwide. Play this podcast if you are exercising, driving, taking the bus, or cooking, play this podcast and discover the multiple ways of joining this significant cause.
Leah Thomas is an eco-communicator, aka an environmentalist with a love for writing + creativity, based in Ventura, CA. She's passionate about advocating for and exploring the relationship between social justice and environmentalism. You could say she's tryna make the world a little more equal for everyone and a little nicer to our home planet.She is the founder of eco-lifestyle blog @greengirlleah and The Intersectional Environmentalist Platform, which is a resource + media hub that aims to advocate for environmental justice + inclusivity within environmental education + movements.Her articles on this topic have appeared in Vogue, Elle, The Good Trade, and Youth to the People and she has been featured in Harper's Bazaar, W Magazine, Domino, GOOP and numerous podcasts. She has a B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from Chapman University and worked for the National Park Service and Patagonia headquarters before pursuing environmentalism full time. Learn more about Leah and her mission in this BuzzFeed video.Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Environmental Justice is a series of informed, sustained, and enriching dialogues looking at how environmental toxicity and risk disproportionately impact populations based on race, ethnicity, nationality, and social standing. Environmental Justice brings awareness to these disparities, fighting to ensure that every voice is heard, every challenge is addressed, and every community has a seat at the table for a greener future.Guest: Leah ThomasHost: Jon-Barrett IngelsProduced by Public Podcasting in partnership with Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Chapman University.
Jennifer Baumgardner is a writer, activist, filmmaker, and lecturer. Baumgardner joined The Feminist Agenda to discuss the need to publish feminist children's books, letting projects go, and editing the new feminist book review LIBER. Originally from Fargo, Baumgardner has been working in New York City at the intersection of feminism and publishing for three decades, beginning in 1993 as an intern (and later editor) at Ms. magazine. From 1997 on, she wrote dozens of features for a diverse array of magazines (Glamour, Teen Vogue, Bust, Dissent, Harper's Bazaar, Harper's, The Nation, Elle, New York Times, etc.), authored/co-authored seven books (including Manifesta, Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics, and Abortion & Life) and wrote, directed, and produced two feature-length documentaries (It Was Rape and I Had an Abortion). Baumgardner has keynoted at more than 250 colleges and universities and, in 2002, co-founded Soapbox Inc., a speaker's bureau. She was writer-in-residence at the New School from 2008 to 2012. From 2013 to 2017, Baumgardner was the publisher and chief executive of the Feminist Press, where she relaunched their children's publishing, created the award-winning queer imprint Amethyst Editions with Michelle Tea, and established the Louise Meriwether prize for a debut author of color. From 2017-2021, she was editor in chief of the Women's Review of Books, a long-running feminist print review out of Wellesley. In December, she left Women's Review to edit the new feminist book review LIBER, with Katha Pollitt and others. She lives in the Village with her husband, two sons, and two cats. Ways to support The Feminist Agenda podcast: Archer & Olive: Use code feminista10 to save 10% on most items Buy books my Bookshop site Purchase books mentioned and reviewed in this episode through my Bookshop affiliate links: Find most of Jennifer's books at Bookshop Woman of Light by Kali Fajardo-Anstine Check out Liber and subscribe! Support indie feminist media! Follow The Feminist Agenda on Twitter
When I come across an empowered woman who's all about empowering others, I want to share her journey with you—which is exactly why I invited Brooke Mullen of Sapahn to the program. Recently, I randomly came across Sapahn when I noticed this gorgeous purse/backpack in the March issue of Harper's Bazaar. The bag reminded me of one I'd admired several years ago in a boutique in Indianapolis. Apparently, I couldn't get the bag out of my head even all these years later!
Welcome back, Brave Table fam! Joining me today all the way from Bali is the incredible Shayoon, a Trauma Specialist and Co-Founder of The Lightforce Center, a facility that uses ancient practices for deep healing. As a fashion icon from Los Angeles, to Ibiza, to Bali, she has been featured on the covers and in publications like Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, Travel + Leisure, plus many more, and was called “the powerful and most sought-after female healer” by Grazia Magazine. Here's what we are diving into today: - Dating outside of your culture and how to tell your family - How to break free from the confines of family obligations to discover yourself - Using your trauma as a tool for your healing and growth - How to question when conventional medicine says you won't be able to walk again - Undoing your cultural and religious programming and creating your own traditions - The lessons your children have to offer and how they can help you clear trauma from your lineage - The distinction between faith and religion - How to fiercely use your voice, speak your truth, and stand up for what you believe in - Taking the leap when your soul is asking for more of life - Sitting with ayahuasca, freebirthing, and moving through fear Shayoon was born in Nairobi, Kenya, to a mixed-culture (Indo-Pakistani) and a conservative Muslim family. Shayoon's family moved around the world before eventually landing in Oklahoma City when she was a teenager. Immediately, she noticed the differences between being Muslim in Kenya versus the United States, feeling like, in the US, she had to adhere to a certain identity that didn't align with who she was and led her to ‘rebel' against what was expected of her in her culture. Then at 18, she got in a terrible car accident that left her feeling broken. She was told she wasn't going to walk properly again, wouldn't be able to have children, and couldn't continue to play volleyball, causing her to fall into a deep depression and experience anxiety. Longing for more than Oklahoma City could offer her, Shayoon moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in fashion. In 2010, during a weekend at Coachella, she would enter into a powerful love story, meeting her twin flame and now husband, Alexander. Shayoon's relationship with Alexander was the catalyst for her deep healing journey and the beginning of her spiritual awakening. Still in immense pain from her car accident and managing it with Western medicine, Alexander opened Shayoon up to holistic healing, in particular, the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). Within minutes, after years of pain, medication, and feeling anger toward her body, Shayoon was freed from her chronic pain for good—and never took medication for it again. After seeing what was possible when you begin to release unhealed trauma and stagnant emotion, Shayoon trained herself in various healing modalities and techniques so she could pay it forward. Today this mama of two is dedicated to spreading the gift of healing far and wide to relieve others of their pain and disease, help them realize their power, and live healthy, thriving lives. Alongside Alexander, they have been able to heal clients of The Lightforce Center of everything from asthma to fertility issues to depression and anxiety. In this conversation, she also shares her free birth story, how nervous she was to bring home a non-Muslim boyfriend to meet her parents, clearing ancestral trauma, how to have unshakeable faith over fear, and trusting and honoring your intuition in choosing what practices will be most supportive for you. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to check out… - Shayoon's Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/shayoon_/ and The Lightforce Center at https://thelightforcecenter.com/ - More about your using voice and being yourself with Vasavi Kumar https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/vasavi-kumar-how-to-be-more-of-yourself/id1608226580?i=1000555690092 - Pursuing your dharma with Sahara Rose https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sahara-rose-pursuing-your-dharma-to-be-your-highest-self/id1608226580?i=1000551753870 - More on healing generational trauma https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healing-generational-trauma-breaking-free-from-asian/id1608226580?i=1000553426419 Thanks for listening and I hope you loved this episode. If you did, please consider leaving a 5-star review to help others find and benefit from the show. After you do, make sure you send a screenshot to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive my course on Emotional Mastery as my FREE gift to you. Thank you so much for being here, and see you next time!
Live at the the Bazaar, Marshall sits down with the wonder ladies of Women & Weed but also the special guest of the show was Dr Pepper! What a great conversation and we know you will want to be apart of the next Bazaar. So give Kush a call to get all the info!
Episode 76 of The Memory Jar, a Magic: The Gathering podcast about the cards, decks, people, and stories that make Magic the game we love. This week, we flash it back all the way to Magic's first expansion, Arabian Nights! In the wake of a successful return to Kamigawa, what would it look like to return to Rabiah? We look back at what Magic was like in 1993/1994, and talk about some of the famous and groundbreaking cards from the set. We even dip into the history of the plane, from the Thousandfold Refraction to the powerful planeswalker Taysir. Some cards: Mountain, Library of Alexandria, Bazaar of Baghdad, City of Brass, Shahrazad, Flying Men, Juzam Djinn, Kird Ape, Rukh Egg, Ernham Djinn, Ring of Ma'rûf Richard Garfield on the The Making of Arabian NightsCheck out Arabian Nights on Scryfall This week's Random Card: Culling Drone! This was a hard one to ingest. Intro Music: This Train Doesn't Stop At Rugby by TRG Banks Outro Music: Sunday Morning Sun by Ryan Andersen Logo: Chris Yates (CMYKompany.com) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/memoryjar/message
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1898 On this day, The Lilies of the Valley Fabergé egg (books about this topic)was presented to the Russian Tsar Nicholas II. The egg was a gift for his wife, Empress Alexandra. Today the egg is kept in the Fabergé Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Lily of the valley, Convallaria majalis ("con-vah-LAIR-ee-ah mah-JAY-liss), is a woodland plant that flowers in the spring with sweetly scented, delicate, bell-shaped white flowers. Despite its common name, Lily of the valley is in the asparagus family - not the lily family. It's not a lily at all. The etymology of the Latin name "majalis" means "belonging to May," In addition to blooming in May, the Lily of the Valley is the birth flower for May. In France, Lily of the Valley Day is celebrated every May 1st. In floriography, the Lily of the Valley represents good luck. The tiny blossoms are favorite for making perfume. Lily of the Valley is a favorite bridal flower and was included in the wedding bouquets of Queen Victoria, Princess Astrid of Sweden, Grace Kelly, and Kate Middleton. Lily of the Valley thrives in cool growing zones - it cannot thrive in hot conditions. 1908 Birth of Ruth Elizabeth "Bette" Davis (books about this person), American actress. Her career spanned over five decades. She often played tough, unsympathetic characters. As Margo Channing in All About Eve (1950), she said, Remind me to tell you about the time I looked into the heart of an artichoke. 1913 Birth of Anne Scott-James (books by this author), English author and pioneering journalist. In 1934, Anne started out as a secretary at Vogue before rising through the ranks to become the Beauty Editor. After a brilliant career in journalism - including stints at Harper's Bazaar and the Daily Mail - Anne became a garden writer. Her books included The Best Plants For Your Garden, The Pleasure Garden, Down to Earth, and Sissinghurst: The Making of a Garden. Regarding Sissinghurst, Anne wrote, Sissinghurst is the last cottage garden made on a grand scale, but fortunately, it does not mark the end of cottage gardening. Both of Anne's children followed in her footsteps and ended up in journalism. Anne's daughter Clare Hastings also became a garden writer, and she is the author of Gardening Notes from a Late Bloomer. She also wrote a memoir of her mother released in 2020 called Hold the Front Page!: The Wit and Wisdom of Anne Scott-James. It was Anne Scott-James who wrote, However small your garden, you must provide for two of the serious gardener's necessities, a tool shed, and a compost heap. and To pick a flower is so much more satisfying than just observing it or photographing it ... So in later years, I have grown in my garden as many flowers as possible for children to pick. 2011 Death of Kim McDodge, American garden founder and artist. In 1993, Kim used her inheritance to buy two parcels of land in the Sabin neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, near NE Fremont and 11th, called Ariadne Garden. Two years later, she donated the 100 x 100-foot plot to the Oregon Sustainable Agriculture Land Trust (OSALT). The Ariadne Garden became a volunteer-staffed, organic, urban farm selling blooms like peonies, roses, yarrow, lilies, gladiola, zinnias, and a diverse array of produce. Kim designed the Hopi mother and child maze at Ariadne. It is a nod to the lore of Ariadne herself. In Greek mythology, Ariadne (books about this topic) was a Cretan princess. She is remembered for helping Theseus escape the labyrinth after slaying the Minotaur with the help of a golden thread. Ariadne then became the wife of Dionysus. In Jhan Hochman's beautiful tribute to Kim, he wrote, Before the mortal Ariadne more famously enabled Theseus to kill the minotaur and escape the labyrinth, she was a Minoan vegetation goddess celebrated by rituals reflecting the death and revival of the vegetation she personified. Kim elegantly fused these two Ariadne's in her garden-labyrinth, becoming remarkably Ariadne-like herself by showing the rest of us at least one way to kill the minotaur of corporate agriculture, thread our way out of the labyrinth of supermarket aisles, and find our way back to the mazing paths of an organic garden. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation Get Growing by Holly Farrell This book came out in 2020, and the subtitle is A Family Guide to Gardening Inside and Out. I should mention that this book is by the RHS, and it is really fantastic as per usual for the RHS. The goal here with this book was to put fun into gardening with this excellent family guide to help you make gardening a family affair. Now, you know, it's hard to beat RHS books because they're so well put together, and of course, they're grounded in science — the latest science — so that's always a plus. One of the reasons why you might want to consider getting this book is if you're working with students in your garden because this book is full of ideas and projects. Sometimes when you're thinking about working with kids, you just need some new ideas or some different activities that you can put together to keep them engaged and keep them learning and growing and excited about working in the garden. This book would be perfect for that. This book is also is excellent for families with young kids. It is really all about trying to inspire young people, getting them growing. Thus the title. Now there are all kinds of fun experiments in this book — things like working with rain, tracking rain, tracking shadows (something I had not read about before. I loved that idea.), and another fantastic idea is having kids make their own wormery. This is a little worm farm that they can put together in a jar very quickly, and it'll provide lots of entertainment and really teach them about what worms do and how they're so vital to soil health. Now I also had to chuckle just a little bit because they feature one of my favorite activities that I've always done with kids, and that is making pesto together. I did this with my kids early on when they were in elementary school. I taught them how to use the food processor and cut garlic. To this day, they still love making pesto, and they associate that smell with being in the garden with me and cooking during the summer - and all season long - which is just such a joy. I'm so glad that I did that. In any case, this book is loaded with lots of great ideas. It's step-by-step. It is impeccably illustrated. It is smart- and it's just an excellent current resource. Holly Farrell, I just want to mention, also put together a book in 2013 called Planting Plans For Your Kitchen Garden: How to Create a Vegetable, Herb, and Fruit Garden in Easy Stages. She also did a really good book in 2015, called Plants from Pits - and that was a book that she did for the RHS. So anyway, Holly is an experienced author, a great gardener, and passionate about getting kids excited about gardening. This book is 176 pages of ideas and inspiration and projects and experiments and so forth - all about the garden and all about getting kids involved in gardening - to get growing. You can get a copy of Get Growing by Holly Farrell and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $2. Botanic Spark 1933 Birth of Barbara Holland, American author. She grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland, near Washington, D.C. She was witty and a bit of a rebel, defending vices like cursing, drinking, eating fatty food, and smoking cigarettes. Barbara once quipped, One's own flowers and some of one's own vegetables make acceptable, free, self-congratulatory gifts when visiting friends, though giving zucchini - or leaving it on the doorstep, ringing the bell, and running - is a social faux pas. In Endangered Pleasures, Barbara wrote, Poets and songwriters speak highly of spring as one of the great joys of life in the temperate zone, but in the real world, most of spring is disappointing. We looked forward to it too long, and the spring we had in mind in February was warmer and dryer than the actual spring when it finally arrives. We'd expected it to be a whole season, like winter, instead of a handful of separate moments and single afternoons. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
In this episode of Momgold, Liz and Amanda speak with Lydia Fenet, Global Head of Strategic Partnerships atChristie's, and best Selling author of “The Most Powerful Woman in the Room is you”.Lydia, mom of 3 shares her journey of how she became “The most powerful woman in the room,” learning to sell authentically- and rising to the top in as aGlobal auctioneer.Her lessons teach us that anything is possible. You have to ask- confidence and authority.She shares a life changing moment of a near fatal family accident, what values are and her weekly tips. This episode is your cup of confidence and inspiration. GUEST BIO:Lydia Fenet is a global thought leader who has led auctions for more than six hundred organizations raising over half a billion dollars for nonprofits globally. Lydia is represented by CAA and travels internationally as a keynote speaker helping people unlock their sales potential and empowering women in the workplace. She was named one of New York's most influential women by Gotham magazine and has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Crain's, and has appeared in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Vanity Fair and Town & Country. Her widely acclaimed book, ‘The Most Powerful Woman in the Room is You' was published by Simon & Schuster and optioned for TV by Chernin Entertainment. Lydia is currently writing her second book, The Most Confident Woman in the Room is You.TIMESTAMPS:2:19 - Amanda's hard cheese3:20 - Liz's hard cheese7:28 - How did you become the most powerful woman in the room?14:12 - Tip's to help with imposter syndrome17:52 - How are you dealing with motherhood at your job?24:06 - Lydia's life-changing experience31:01 - Lydia's greatest accomplishment36:57 - What's on your cheeseboard?40:25 - Whats your best mom goal?--LINKS:Find Liz:https://thenewyorkstylist.com/https://instagram.com/thenewyorkstylistFind Amanda:https://www.amandamintz.com/https://www.instagram.com/amandamintz/Find Lydia :https://lydiafenet.com/https//www.Instagram.com/lydiafenetFollow #MomGoals The Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/momgoalsthepodcast/Rate, Review, & Subscribe to the Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mom-goals/id1600991937
Episode Summary:In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Paul talks about self-confidence, how his childhood experiences formed him into an entrepreneur, dreaming big, and making it big in his endeavors.5 Key Takeaways:He talks about how Napoleon Hill's book, Think and Grow Rich helped him grow as a person.Paul shares his beliefs surrounding risk. He discusses how Bob Proctor changed his life.He highlights how crucial communication is to selling your value.Paul gives advice to listeners about pricing your services.About Paul: Paul Martinelli is an internationally acclaimed speaker, trainer, mentor, and coach who truly believes that if you can dream it, you can do it. His awareness and ability to apply the success strategies and principles that he has learned and taught to others, led to Paul's success in life and business, including building 5 multi-million-dollar companies. He is the Founding President of the John Maxwell team and now leads the Empowered Living community, a global platform of more than 2.3 million followers, providing personal and professional development training and education to help individuals and businesses build and grow beyond their current results. Having worked his way up from mop bucket to multi-millionaire, Paul has practiced and proven what he preaches.Quotes From the Episode:“If I act on this idea, will it move me in the direction of my dream?” -Paul Martinelli“Risk is just a perception of our lack of resourcefulness.” -Paul Martinelli“I will never make an agreement with somebody's limitations.” -Paul Martinelli“Proximity is power.” -Paul Martinelli“It pays to buy knowledge.”-Paul Martinelli“Find one thing and master it.” -Paul MartinelliGuest Resources Mentioned:Think and Grow Rich: https://www.amazon.com/Think-Grow-Rich-Napoleon-Hill/dp/0785833528You Were Born Rich: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rPDhM-mIJIAllbirds shoes https://www.allbirds.com/As a Man Thinketh: https://www.amazon.com/As-Man-Thinketh-Complete-Original/dp/1523643536Pyscho-cybernetics: https://www.amazon.com/Psycho-Cybernetics-Updated-Expanded-Maxwell-Maltz/dp/0399176136The Science of Getting Rich: https://www.amazon.com/Science-Getting-Rich-make-money/dp/1516916816De Lebrije: https://www.librije.com/Kali's: https://kalirestaurant.com/Bazaar: https://www.thebazaar.com/Your Invisible Power: https://www.amazon.com/Your-Invisible-Power-Genevieve-Behrend/dp/1603865136Connect with Paul:Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube LinkedIn
Jeff Bezos made an unorthodox decision two decades ago to open the Amazon's virtual shelves to merchandise from outside sellers, turning the site from a simple online store into a virtual flea market. But converting Amazon.com into a marketplace also brought unexpected challenges. Cheap knockoffs flooded onto the site. Small businesses discovered that their professional lives were dictated by the whims of executives in Seattle. Reporter Brad Stone chronicles the epic expansion of the Amazon Marketplace, which generated tremendous growth for the company and unprecedented wealth for Jeff Bezos. It also attracted a litany of complaints from customers and competitors – and the critical attention of regulators around the world. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
There is a joy as equal in receiving a game, as moving it onto another person to enjoy. Especially, if you're Mark, when there's cash involved. We reflect on the many games that got left behind recently. Before we purge, we talk about Imperial Steam, Circus Flohcati, and Dogs of War. 02:33 - Circus Flohcati 09:37 - Imperial Steam 21:22 - Dogs of War 29:33 - Camel Up: Off Season 31:01 - Ciub 31:53 - Ten 33:18 - Visitor in Blackwood Grove 33:35 - Mr. Cabbagehead's Garden 33:52 - Bosk 34:08 - Castell 35:38 - Ninja Catfoot and the Covert Action 37:07 - In a Grove 37:07 - Dokojong 40:16 - Yokohama 40:59 - Castles of Burgundy 41:20 - Oath 41:46 - Feudum 42:23 - Lords of Vegas 42:32 - Chinatown 44:20 - Scape Goat 44:42 - Bequest 45:08 - Kardashev Scale 45:38 - Beez 45:56 - Llamaland 46:51 - Kobayakawa 47:07 - Lost Cities: Roll and Write 47:15 - Rebel Knox 47:36 - Tutto! 48:02 - Time Bomb Evolution 48:28 - My City 48:28 - The King's Dilemma 49:00 - Seikatsu 49:35 - Dinner in Paris 49:43 - Ruination 50:05 - Radlands 50:38 - Whirling Witchcraft 50:53 - Hadara 51:09 - Power Failure 51:28 - Mystic Paths 51:43 - Bazaar 55:07 - Blokus Check out our wiki at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/wiki Join the discussion at: https://b