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Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 122 Host: Charissa Wood, RDH Guest: Karina Diaz, RDH Key Takeaways: · Control to Oral Health · Preventative care · Early Detection · Support Treatment · Oral Health Education · Customizing our care to patients · How Oral health contributes to overall health and well-being References: Hygiene Mastermind - https://bulletproofmastermind.com Summit - https://bulletproofsummit.com Mighty Networks - Bulletproof Hygiene Tweetable: Don't just disclose and then brush it because then. But brush first use the disclosing and see where you missed and then go back and get that back. But then in the future, you know the areas you need to work on that you're struggling with and use it as like training for yourself. -Charissa Wood Hygiene is a journey with all of our patients we're not going to be able to do all the things at one appointment, like it is a process of what we're going to work through from all things. And oral hygiene instruction is the same way like it's a process where you keep adding until they just are looking really, amazing. -Charissa Wood
Claudette Johnson talks to Ben Luke about her influences—from writers to musicians, film-makers and, of course, other artists—and the cultural experiences that have shaped her life and work. Johnson, who was born in 1959 in Manchester, UK, and now lives in London, has created some of the most powerful figurative art of recent years. Working primarily in what she has called the “very small, twisted space offered to Black women”, she uses drawing and painting together in works that are bold yet sensitive, imposing in scale and intimate in their handling. She subverts the conventions of portraiture in her dramatic approach to composition and pose and in foregrounding the figure's presence in the viewer's space rather than establishing the context in which they are depicted. As a result, she confronts the historic invisibility, distortion and denial of Black subjects, and particularly Black women, in art. She discusses her discovery of Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon at university and how it has proved both inspirational and problematic. She reflects on the huge importance of Lubaina Himid to her early career and the recent resurgence in her work. She recalls the impact of Toni Morrison's fiction on her subject matter. And she eulogises Paula Rego's approach to pastels, a key element in her work. Plus she answers our usual questions, including the ultimate: what is art for?Claudette Johnson: Presence, The Courtauld, London, 29 September-14 January 2024; Women in Revolt! , Tate Britain, 8 November-7 April 2024; The Time is Always Now, National Portrait Gallery, 22 February-19 May 2024. She has a solo presentation at The Barber Institute in Birmingham, UK, opening in late March and is taking on a commission from Art on the Underground in London, scheduled for November 2024.For web article: Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How important is personal hygiene as an entrepreneur ? Personal hygiene is extremely important for entrepreneurs, for a number of reasons: It makes a good impression. When you meet with potential investors, clients, or partners, your personal hygiene is one of the first things they will notice. If you look and smell clean and put-together, they will be more likely to take you seriously and trust you with their business. It prevents the spread of illness. Entrepreneurs often have to travel and meet with a lot of people, which means they are at an increased risk of getting sick. Maintaining good personal hygiene helps to prevent the spread of germs and keep you healthy, so that you can stay focused on your business. It boosts your confidence. When you feel good about yourself, you are more likely to project confidence. This is important for entrepreneurs, who need to be able to speak persuasively and negotiate effectively. It improves your productivity. When you are healthy and well-rested, you are better able to focus and concentrate. This can lead to increased productivity and better results for your business. Here are some specific tips for maintaining good personal hygiene as an entrepreneur: Shower or bathe daily. This will help to remove sweat, dirt, and oils from your skin, which can harbor bacteria and cause unpleasant odors. Wash your hands frequently. This is especially important before eating, after using the bathroom, and after being around someone who is sick. Brush your teeth twice a day and floss once a day. This will help to prevent tooth decay and gum disease, which can cause bad breath. Wear clean clothes and shoes daily. This will help to prevent the spread of germs and keep you looking your best. Get enough sleep. When you are well-rested, you have more energy and are better able to function throughout the day. By following these simple tips, you can maintain good personal hygiene and reap all of the benefits that come with it. Hosted By: Terrance Hutchinson www.Yourbestlifestyles.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yourbestlifestyles/message
Jamie Donnelly aka "Brush-a Brush-a Brush-a" Jan the Pink Lady is back to talk more about the 1978 musical Grease. We'll hear if Jan was a snacker onstage as much as she was in the film, what would be the future of all the Grease characters, and possible inspiration for the end of the film. Plus, Jamie shares stories of stagnant LA river water, Seabreeze shammies, and Johnny Depp finger kisses.This episode is sponsored by Blue Apron, Casper Mattresses, and Now Hear This Podcast Festival. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Joe Miller of The Arizona Painting Company has tips and tricks for the do-it-yourselfer. Starting with proper preparation of the painting area before you paint. Selecting the right paints for ceilings, walls and doors. Brush and roller application tips. And clean up of brushes and rollers for the next project. Original broadcast archive page with expanded content https://rosieonthehouse.com/podcast/on-the-house-paint-new-buildings-vs-repainting-existing-buildings-with-joe-miller-of-arizona-paint-company/
When the Cerritos gets a mission to install an overdue software update, Captain Freeman's reboot puts everyone on the ring world at risk. But when boss Boimler becomes a control freak about his first away mission as commander, the rest of the Betas start Home Alone-ing Lt. Dirkhead. How many plot holes are in the isolinear chip junction room? Where do you go when you're Inner Lighted? Why wouldn't the catman be a good roommate? It's the episode where big-teeth Ransom continuity was not preserved!Friends of DeSoto for LaborSupport the production of Greatest TrekMusic by Adam RaguseaFollow Greatest Trek on Twitter, and discuss the show using the hashtag #GreatestTrek!Greatest Trek on YouTube | Facebook group | Subreddit | Discord | WikiSign up for our mailing list!Get a thing at podshop.biz!
Heads up, hunters! Deer season is fast approaching. Brush up on the latest updates for deer season, including important changes in Unit CWD for transportation and feeding restrictions. Get ready for an unforgettable season in the great outdoors! Visit tnwildlife.org for all things hunting in Tennessee.
Join us tonight as we talk about Thermal Optics, a Judge's getting it right and wrong, and triggers on episode 523 of the We Like Shooting Show. Our CAST is The Poz, Savage1R, Nick Lynch, Jon Patton and my name is Shawn Herrin. Gear Chat Gun Fights! If you'd like to get in on the … WLS 523 -Brush Piglet Read More »
Join us tonight as we talk about Thermal Optics, a Judge's getting it right and wrong, and triggers on episode 523 of the We Like Shooting Show. Our CAST is The Poz, Savage1R, Nick Lynch, Jon Patton and my name is Shawn Herrin. Gear Chat Gun Fights! If you'd like to get in on the … WLS 523 -Brush Piglet Read More »
In the first of this new series of A brush with…, Yinka Shonibare talks to Ben Luke about his influences—from writers to musicians, film-makers and, of course, other artists—and the cultural experiences that have shaped his life and work.Shonibare was born in 1962 in London to Nigerian parents and moved to Lagos in Nigeria when he was a child. He returned to London for his fine art studies at Byam Shaw School of Art and Goldsmiths College. He explores race, class and constructions of cultural identity through sculpture, installation, painting, photography, film and other media. His signature material is Dutch wax fabric, which he is able endlessly to repurpose and recontextualise. He chose this material precisely for its complex and loaded history: it was originally inspired by Indonesian batik, mass-produced by the Dutch and then sold to European colonies in West Africa. Dutch wax fabric eventually became a signifier of independence and culture in Africa and its diaspora. Through references to Western art history, film and literature Shonibare uses this textile to playfully, even provocatively, explore the validity of national identities and the cultures that inform them. He discusses his perennial fascination with William Hogarth and Francisco Goya, and his admiration for contemporary artists as diverse as Cindy Sherman, David Hammons and Paul McCarthy, who he describes as “Hogarth x100”. He explains his love of opera—the total artwork—and contemporary dance. And he reflects on the consistent environmentalist strand in his work. Plus he gives insight into his studio life and answers our usual questions, including the ultimate: what is art for?Yinka Shonibare CBE RA: Free The Wind, The Spirit, and The Sun, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, 6 October-11 November; Yinka Shonibare CBE: Ritual Ecstasy of the Modern, Cristea Roberts Gallery, London, 22 September-4 November; Shonibare's public work Hibiscus Rising, commissioned by the David Oluwale Memorial Association for Aire Park, Leeds, as part of Leeds 2023, is unveiled on 25 November. Between April and September 2024, Shonibare will have a solo exhibition at the Serpentine Galleries, London. He will also participate in Nigeria's Pavilion at the 60th International Venice Biennale from April 2024. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Find More Episodes on PCA Overdrive: https://www.pcaoverdrive.org/brothers-of-the-brush-1 PCA Overdrive is free for members. Not a member? Download the app on the Apple Store or Google Play and enjoy a 7 day free trial! Become a member: https://www.pcapainted.org/membership-resources/ *Nowtheeeen. its been a very long while! were back and hopefully back on schedule. Its been a long extended summer break ( for what summer weather we have had). Enjoying spending time with family and down time from work. In this episode I sat down with Adi of spraytechnic, based down in Leicester. So grab your headphones, get a brew, maybe even put your feet up and join us as we discuss Budgie Smugglers Having the "Balls" to go self employed Missing elements of college syllabus's Many hats of tradespeople "Always read the t&c's " Working for wankers How Parenting Changes You Upping your communication skills That ever elusive Work-life balance Quoting software You know the drill by now, get a brew, pin back your lugs and give it a listen and give us (@brothersofthebrushinsta and Adi) your feedback by hash-tagging #bobcast on Insta and we'll give you a shout-out back!
Suspicious of Ellie and her partner, Nicolas Flamel, and their activities, the Lonely Hearts travel once more to the center of the world. Podcast Artwork: DrawForthArts: https://www.etsy.com/shop/drawfortharts Music (Freemusicarchive.org): Brush the sCruff off by Factory Sounds (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Fracture of the universe will happen soon by Komiku (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) Rollin at 5 – 210 – Full by Kevin MacLeod (Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Music (ivanduch.com): Radio D&D Podcast Theme Music (Purple-planet.com): Cobwebbed Red Mist Sound Effects (Freesound.org)FM Radio Tuning Sweep by davidbain (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)
All humans are gifted with creativity; some are just able to express theirs more than others. And for oral surgeons, creativity is a vital part of their toolkit. But what other parallels can be drawn between art and oral surgery? Joining us today to show us why art and oral surgery are more similar than we may think is entrepreneur, painter, author, and oral surgeon Dr. Christopher Brown. Dr. Brown has made several movies and has written numerous novels, mostly about Renaissance art and religion, and he shares how he became immersed in art and why he reveres the Renaissance creatives high above everyone else. Our guest walks us through his painting process and why it mattered to him to prove Dan Brown wrong before diving into how da Vinci portrayed religion, how art has influenced his work as a surgeon, and other noteworthy similarities between oral surgeons and artists. We hope you enjoy this Everyday Oral Surgery venture into the fun and surreal. Key Points From This Episode:Welcoming Dr. Christopher Brown as he shares his work history and current practice setup.Dr. Brown explains his background in painting and art and his love for the Renaissance. The ins and outs of his Dali and da Vinci reimaginings; trying to prove Dan Brown wrong.What a closer look at da Vinci's paintings reveals (The Last Supper and The Mona Lisa). Debunking The Vitruvian Man and exploring da Vinci's religious works. How Dr. Brown maintains equilibrium between his work, passion, and life. Examining how art has influenced the way he goes about his work as a surgeon.His favorite pieces of literature from the past two years. How many artists are highly intellectual and multifaceted (just like surgeons). Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Dr. Christopher Brown on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-brown-2024598/Dr. Christopher Brown Email — firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Christopher Brown Books — https://www.leonardobooks.com/ The Da Vinci Code — https://danbrown.com/the-davinci-code/ What Dreams May Come — https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120889/ Leonardo da Vinci — https://www.britannica.com/biography/Leonardo-da-Vinci Salvador Dali — https://www.britannica.com/biography/Salvador-Dali University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill — https://www.unc.edu/ The University of Connecticut Health Center — https://health.uconn.edu/ KLS Martin — https://www.klsmartin.com/en/ Everyday Oral Surgery Website — https://www.everydayoralsurgery.com/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/everydayoralsurgery/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/EverydayOralSurgery/Dr. Grant Stucki Email — email@example.comDr. Grant Stucki Phone — 720-441-6059
In this episode of “The Journey of My Mother's Son” podcast, I sit down to talk with Dave Letterfly. As a traveling artist, Dave Letterfly is the top producer of old school pinstriping, hand-painted lettering, gold leaf inscriptions and airbrushed imagery on motorcycles, hot rods, guitars, cake mixers and even top-shelf motorhomes. Writing fills every available moment. Dave is quick to point out that everyone's mixture of life's challenges is divinely choreographed to help us discover our true purpose. Read on to find inspiration to overcome the obstacles of your life that really are the gifts that bring about one's greatest transformation. “The smartest thing I ever did was run away and join the circus” The artist/author Dave Letterfly Knoderer is not only the guru of living an interesting life but is also an inspirational speaker ready to take you behind the scenes of the fascinating places discovered along the road of his life. Today “Have brush will travel” is the top producer of old school pinstriping, traditional brush-painted pin-up girls, pictorials, hand-painted lettering, gold leaf inscriptions, pet portrayals, portraits and custom images of all kinds on motorcycles, hot rods, guitars, cake mixers, and other modes of moving fast at customer-dedicated Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealerships between Philadelphia and Chicago each summer. The Letterfly Pinstriping route is posted on a blog; Travelog.Letterfly.com so you can find out when the artist is going to be near you. Perhaps the most amazing feature of this artist is his uncanny ability to visualize, develop and create images that have never been done before, along with the wide variety of styles of pinline designs, his oneness with eagles, wolves, horses, feathers, flames, military logos and countless other icons that make up the mainstay of his work. The delicate nature of the hand painted pinline design is the result of years of practice and developing finesse with the ungainly, specialized brush. The creation of each motif is an exercise in good-natured meditation where the process becomes like play and the artist opens himself up to possibilities as each stroke occurs, only to discover the visual destination as the last connecting stroke is made. During the winter months, extensive paint jobs and the fabrication of an endless variety of interesting things takes place at his home/studio/workshop called ArtPark, in Florida. Lush garden pathways connect the shop, studio, RV parking and gallery situated in a quiet oak hammock that is a haven for creativity and a destination for RVers and bikers alike. To find out more about Dave, check out his website at https://letterfly.com/.
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Eno and DVR discuss the group of players placed on waivers Tuesday -- including five members of the Angels -- and try to determine if there is a need to alter the timing of the Trade Deadline, or if a return to the 'waiver trade deadline' era is necessary. Plus, they discuss causes for the recent struggles of Lucas Giolito, Alex Cobb's brush with a no-hitter, and the potential for a final month rebound in the face of disappointing 2023 performances at the plate. Rundown 1:25 The Angels Trade Deadline Additions Get Placed on Waivers 8:03 Is a Roster Rules Refresher Needed? 10:57 What's Causing Lucas Giolito's Recent Struggles? 17:45 Finding Viable Contributors Among Other Waived Players 32:50 Alex Cobb's Brush with a No-Hitter 40:48 Evaluating Potential September Rebounds (Hitters) 55:09 Join Us in Arizona for Baseball HQ's First Pitch Event in November! Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Follow R&B on Twitter: @ratesandbarrels e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at $1/month for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Check out this offer from our sponsors: Give ZBiotics a try for yourself. Go to zbiotics.com/RATES to get 15% off your first order when you use RATES at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My guest today, Kohdi Rayne, is a beacon of hope in the field of alcohol addiction recovery. With a unique approach, an abundance of knowledge, and life-changing experiences, Kohdi is making waves in helping individuals break free from the clutches of alcohol addiction. A Brush with Death: Kohdi's Wake-Up Call Kohdi's journey to becoming a sobriety champion is marked by a truly life-altering moment. He faced kidney failure, an experience that brought him to the brink of death. This near-death encounter gave him a profound understanding of how alcohol can wreak havoc on one's life. Beyond Sober: A Digital Sobriety Masterclass In his relentless pursuit to help others, Kohdi has created "Beyond Sober," a digital sobriety masterclass. This program isn't just about quitting alcohol; it's about transforming lives, providing the tools, knowledge, and support needed to lead a fulfilling, alcohol-free life. Unlabeled Recovery: Kohdi's Personalized Approach Kohdi understands that everyone's journey to recovery is unique. That's why he developed "Unlabeled Recovery," a personalized program designed to replicate the one-on-one experience of working directly with Kohdi. It's a tailored approach to recovery that recognizes and addresses individual needs. The Single Shot Method: A Game-Changer Kohdi is a trailblazer in the field of addiction recovery, and one of his standout creations is "The Single Shot Method." This innovative approach simplifies the path to sobriety, making it more accessible and achievable for everyone. A True Authority in Sobriety Kohdi Rayne is a testament to the power of resilience and transformation. He's not just a sobriety coach; he's a compassionate guide who knows firsthand what it's like to battle addiction and emerge victorious. Kohdi Rayne's story is a testament to the human spirit's capacity for recovery and transformation. Whether you're on a journey to sobriety or simply seeking inspiration to make positive life changes, Kohdi's insights are invaluable. For those ready to embark on a healthier life journey, whether with or without alcohol, Kohdi's programs offer a roadmap to success. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from a true expert who knows what he's talking about. Remember, no matter where you are on your journey, there's hope, and there's help. Kohdi Rayne is proof that recovery is possible, and a brighter, alcohol-free future awaits. Check Kohdi and all of what he is doing…. www.TikTok.email@example.com www.Facebook.com/kohdirayne www.Instagram.com/kohdi.rayne Website: www.SoberNotSober.com Get full show notes, resources, and links on my website! Are you ready to go deeper? I am giving you the keys to the castle. If you enjoyed this podcast and want to hear more, make sure to subscribe so you'll never miss an episode! You can connect with me on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok or Youtube
What is more rare? Seeing Bigfoot or laying eyes on a big blacktail buck in September and October? M.D. Johnson, one of our favorite outdoor writers, joins us to talk blacktail deer hunting from his home base in brushy southwest Washington. If you want to support free speech and good hunting content in the Internet Age, look for our coffee and books and wildlife forage blends at https://www.garylewisoutdoors.com/Shop/ For more info on forage blends, click on http://baileyseed.com/products/frontier-unlimited-wildlife-mixes/We recommend our latest book Bob Nosler Born Ballistic. Look for it on our web site and at https://www.nosler.com/products/apparel-gear/books-manuals/books.html Watch select episodes of Frontier Unlimited on our network of affiliates around the U.S. and on Hunt Channel TV or click https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=gary+lewis+outdoors+frontier+unlimited
Dive into the world of trauma nursing from the FAST exam, to the operating room and subsequent inpatient care. Michelle Dedeo, trauma and neuro clinical nurse specialist, explains key trauma concepts such as the trauma assessment, the triad of death, and massive transfusion protocols.Guest: Michelle DedeoMichelle Dedeo is a clinical nurse specialist in the Seattle, WA area. Her work as a clinical nurse, clinical leader, and nurse educator have focused in trauma and neuro critical care.Brush up on neuroscience with Michelle's SCRN Prep PodcastDo you need help with your resume, interviewing, or need career coaching? Check out Sarah at New Thing Nurse:Get 15% off of her resume and cover letter templates using the promo code UPMYGAMENursing students and new grad career services Experienced RN career servicesNP career servicesCheck out Nicole Kupchik's exam reviews and practice questions at nicolekupchikconsulting.com. Use the promo code UPMYGAME20 to get 20% off all products.Up My Nursing Game is partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for registered nurses. Click here to obtain nursing credit.See the show notes at upmynursinggame.com.
Introducing the All Def SquADD Cast show “Versus". It's a podcast with the OG SquADD! Each week, the SquADD will debate topics and vote at the end to see what wins. Versus airs every Monday and you can download and listen wherever podcasts are found. This Week We Discuss Never Change Your Underwear vs Never Brush Your Teeth Tik Tok vs Instagram S/o To Our Sponsors Blue Chew Bluechew.com Promo: SQUADD
Husband and Wife cover Proverbs 18The Book of Proverbs is a collection of collections, the second of which (Proverbs 10–22) are referred to as the Proverbs of Solomon. They are simple af.Proverbs 18: Proverbs concerning Life and Conduct (cont). Fools have lips and mouths, but those with wisdom are also in possession of such things. Be wary of wicked people because they might be wicked. Sometimes friends are better than siblings. Wash your hands after using the toilet. Don't pick at pimples. Brush your teeth twice daily, and don't forget to floss. Starve a fever; feed a cold. Don't be a Nazi. Join us on DISCORD: https://discord.gg/8RwwMrb5zKSkip the ads by joining Acast+ https://plus.acast.com/s/6331d364470c7900137bb57dThank you for stopping by Sacrilegious Discourse - Bible Study for Atheists!Check out these links for more information about our podcast and merchandise:Our Homepage: https://sacrilegiousdiscourse.com/Help support us by subscribing on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sacrilegiousdiscourse Join Acast+ to enjoy our podcast adfree! https://plus.acast.com/s/sacrilegiousiscourse. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Analia Saban talks to Ben Luke about her influences—from writers to musicians and, of course, other artists—and the cultural experiences that have shaped her life and work. Saban, who was born in 1980 in Buenos Aires and now lives in Los Angeles, examines, unpacks and plays with the medium of painting. She explores its materiality, its iconography and its history, reflecting on the origin and hue of colour pigments and the properties of media, the weave of canvas, the nature of brushwork, the conventions of depiction, and more. Her approach is consistent with the strategies of conceptual art yet it is abundantly physical and visual. She discusses her decision to move her studies from film to art after an epiphanic visit to New York museums; her profound friendship with her tutor at the University of California, Los Angeles, John Baldessari, and how it affects the presence of humour in her work; the perfect balance in the music of Keith Jarrett; and how Julia Kristeva's writings on abjection prompted some of the darker thoughts in her work. Plus, she gives insight into her life in the studio, and answers our usual questions, including the ultimate: what is art for?Analia Saban: Synthetic Self, Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles, and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Los Angeles, 15 September-28 October; Group exhibitions: Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Lacma), 17 September–21 January 2024; Eternal Medium: Seeing the World in Stone, Lacma, until 11 February 2024; Chosen Memories: Contemporary Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Gift and Beyond, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, until 9 September. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We interviewed artist Marilou Palazon at Sydney Road Gallery surrounded by her beautiful artworks at her solo show, Realise, which is on until Sunday 27th August. Go see the exhibition or view online. Marilou is a director of Sydney Road Gallery, a mentor, co-founder of online gallery The Brush artists Group Collective. 'My Florals are really dramatic landscapes. I relish the simplicity of the monumental and sweeping the illogical large scale of an otherwise delicate and small subject disorientate and create a sense of awe.I like my viewer to fall into my images and traveling along the surface of my images. My images of flowers become more iconic, monolithic, archetypal, ultimate and prime symbols. I rejoice in this transhistorical and ancient subject matter. They always continue to fascinate me.Historically the flowers are emotionally and symbolically rich with content. To me they represent time, beauty , fragility, decay, cycle of life, life as a journey. I like the space of the struggle – the dichotomy of perfection and slow decline. One cannot exist and be appreciated without the other.There is great beauty in all these stages. Life as journey and respect for all stages of nature. To get a sense of nostalgia of what was.'
Born into the family that once owned cult classic brand Kiehl's, Jami Morse Heidegger is nothing short of skincare royalty. Today, Jami and her husband Klaus have launched Retrouvé, their own new family venture, that continues to focus on just that. Tune in as I sit down with Jami to discuss her childhood, her decision to sell the brand after becoming a mother and launching Retrouvé with a deep focus on potent skincare ingredients.Links to Products/Resources: “It's a real family affair for couple behind luxury skin-care line Retrouvé” (LA Times), Kiehl's (Blue Astringent, Crème de Corps, Calendula Toner), Retrovué (Replenishing Moisturizer, Revitalizing Eye Concentrate), Every Skin Has A Story, Joanna Vargas Green Hyaluronic Serum, Sisley-Paris x Patrick Foley Lipstick, Pattern (Leave-In Conditioner, Brush), Iman Love Memoir, Frederic Malle Portrait of a Lady, Perfumehead Cosmic Cowboy Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode of "The Art of Living Proactively," host Tony Winyard interviews Dr Sonia Chopra, an experienced endodontist, who shares valuable insights into the world of dentistry. Dr Chopra discusses topics like the controversial use of fluoride, the importance of flossing, and the myths surrounding root canals. They delve into the fascinating process of bone regeneration and highlight the significance of accurate diagnosis in dental care. Dr Chopra also shares their personal journey in dentistry, overcoming challenges in starting their own practice, and the importance of saving natural teeth whenever possible. This episode provides listeners with practical tips for maintaining optimal oral health while debunking common misconceptions in the field of dentistry. Chapters: [00:02:29] Tooth pain led to passion for dentistry. [00:07:36] Dentist in England removes teeth painlessly. [00:09:03] Bacteria enters tooth causing pain and infection. [00:14:05] Importance of checkups, identifying hidden dental issues [00:15:18] Root canals often have negative perception [00:19:43] Some believe root canals are toxic, but education is key [00:23:01] Soft diets negatively impact teeth; eat crunchy. [00:28:24] Brush twice, floss, visit dentist, don't ignore symptoms. [00:32:45] Dentist overcomes challenges and becomes better leader. [00:37:52] Sleep specialist Angela Bell discusses importance of sleep. Full shownotes including a transcription available at: https://tonywinyard.com/dr-sonia-chopra/ The Art of Living Proactively (Harnessing the Power of Your Choices) links: Website - tonywinyard.com Facebook Page - facebook.com/TonyWinyard.HabitsAndHealth Facebook Group - facebook.com/groups/habitshealth Twitter - @TonyWinyard Instagram - @tony.winyard LinkedIn - uk.linkedin.com/in/tonywinyard YouTube - .youtube.com/@tony-winyard How to leave a podcast review - tonywinyard.com/how-to-leave-a-podcast-review/ Details of online workshops to create habits for health - tonywinyard.com/training/ Are you in control of your habits or are they in control of you? Take my quiz to find out - tonywinyard.com/quiz Embark on an enlightening journey to discover the essence of proactive living in my podcast, "The Art of Living Proactively: Harnessing the Power of Your Choices". Your guide is none other than Tony Winyard, a multifaceted professional committed to the cause of health and wellness. He's a qualified Functional Medicine Health Coach, Oxygen Advantage Instructor, HeartMath Certified Coach, nutrition coach accredited by Precision Nutrition, a Laughter Yoga Instructor and a Tiny Habits coach. This comprehensive set of skills allows Tony to navigate the complex web of interconnected wellness disciplines, providing a holistic approach to health. Tony champions the cause of busy individuals, helping them reclaim their health through gradual and transformative changes in lifestyle, habits, and nutrition. With an impressive career spanning over 20 years in coaching, public speaking, and workshop facilitation, Tony has impacted lives from diverse backgrounds and cultures. He is fervently dedicated to empowering individuals to upgrade their health, well-being, and overall life quality. With Tony, your journey to wellness is grounded in the five core pillars of health - sleep, stress management, breathing, nutrition, and physical activity. He assists clients in embracing beneficial habits while shedding unwanted ones. Whether you seek online sessions or in-person engagement, individual coaching or group interaction, or are looking for corporate health and wellness programmes, Tony's offerings cater to all your needs. Ready to conquer your health journey? Reach out to Tony and discover the power of proactive living.
Brush up on your Cat as we enter the world of Lionboy, by Zizou Corder. Mother and daughter author team (Louisa Young and Isabel Adomakoh Young) craft a Romp in which we travel into a dystopian future. Steampunky advances (and limitations) in technology, a mysterious parental kidnapping, and the ability to talk to cats have led protagonist Charlie Ashanti onto a magnificent circus ship heading from Ghana to Paris. His goal? Set the circus' captive lions free, find his parents, and leave his teen nemesis some threatening voicemails - and he does it all in adorable style. Americans are the worst, cats are the best, and your mother is a banana - join us!MUSIC - Pippin the Hunchback and Thatched Villagers by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) - Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Alvaro Barrington talks to Ben Luke about his influences—from writers to musicians and, of course, other artists—and the cultural experiences that have shaped his life and work. For Barrington—who was born in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1983, but grew up in Grenada and Brooklyn—painting is the bedrock of a practice that incorporates installation, sculpture and found objects, textiles, the written word and community events. He weaves together broad references, drawing on his personal and cultural background, and hugely diverse influences—particularly from art history, literature, political thought, and music—to create arresting and often exuberant constellations of imagery and materials. He discusses his early interest in the Akira manga, his admiration for artists as diverse as Louise Bourgeois, Jeff Koons and Johannes Vermeer, the significance of Audre Lorde's essay Poetry is Not a Luxury, and why he feels the hip-hop legend Tupac is the most significant artist of the last 40 years. He gives insight into life in the studio, and reflects on the importance of his move to London from New York in the 2010s. Plus, he answers our usual questions, including the ultimate: what is art for?Alvaro's work will be at the Notting Hill Carnival on 27 and 28 August. Grandma's Land, Sadie Coles HQ, London, 2 September-21 October; They Got Time, Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris Pantin, 18 October-27 January 2024; Nicola Vassell, New York, November-December, dates to be confirmed; Tate Britain commission, Tate Britain, London, spring 2024. Alvaro discusses Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, on the The Week in Art's Vermeer Special. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today's guest is Jonathan Brush, the President and CEO of Unbound, a homeschool graduate, and a homeschool dad of six. He worked for nine years as a Director of Admissions for a private, liberal arts college, and then spent over ten years working in non-traditional higher education. Jonathan loves Unbound and Unbound students and dreams every single day about new ways to connect them to each other. Jonathan and his family make their home in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Jonathan talks about the educational revolution we're experiencing, what education actually is, and what a Christian response looks like. Listen to every episode of the Dr. Jeff Show wherever you listen to podcasts. For more from Dr. Jeff on YouTube visit For more resources from Summit Ministries visit their Resource Library atwww.summit.org/resources/
How to use conditionals in English? This question is asked by many English learning students. The truth is that ESL students, even at an advanced English level, still have issues with using conditional tenses in English. This lesson will explain the basic English grammar rules on how to use conditionals in English. Correct English grammar is not only important if you're planning to take an English proficiency exam like IELTS, TOEFL, CAE, etc. It is crucial to follow English grammar rules when writing a business proposal letter, composing an essay in English for university, or simply having a daily conversation with your neighbour. Incorrectly used conditional tenses can alter the meaning of your sentences. Brush up on your English grammar skills to gain confidence in both speaking and writing English.Support the showAdvanced English lessons on my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/learnenglishwithharry Learn English with HarryOnline courses start from only €7.99. Click to enrol today https://www.englishlessonviaskype.com/online-learning-courses/ and improve your English speaking skills, grammar and vocabulary.
Mandy El-Sayegh talks to Ben Luke about her influences—from writers to film-makers and, of course, other artists—and the cultural experiences that have shaped her life and work. El-Sayegh, born in Selangor, Malaysia, in 1985 and now living in London, makes paintings, sculptures, installations, videos and performances that assemble disparate materials to explore the human body and mind within diverse social, cultural and political contexts. Moving freely and intuitively across these disciplines and media, she creates arresting correspondences between image and text, between the natural and the artificial, and between the senses and the intellect. She discusses growing up with a reproduction of Albrecht Dürer's Christ on the Cross on the wall, the power of Paul Thek's diverse work, her love of the South Korean artist Keunmin Lee's paintings, the poetry of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha and the films of David Cronenberg. Plus, she gives insight into life in the studio and answers our usual questions, including the ultimate: “what is art for?”Mandy El-Sayegh, Interiors, Thaddaeus Ropac, London, 1-30 September; Mandy El-Sayegh: In-Session, Tichy Ocean Foundation, Zurich, until 30 November; the book The Makeshift Body: Mandy El-Sayegh, Black Dog Publishing, published in September, £29.95/$39.95 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hurricane season is upon us. Now is the time to make your plan. Here are 10 tips (plus a bonus) to help you. Subscribe to the Boat Galley Newsletter! - http://bit.ly/3Z4opqE Today's episode of The Boat Galley Podcast is sponsored by SpotlessStainless, the safe, fast and easy way to remove rust and protect your marine stainless steel. Brush on, wait 30 minutes, and rinse off this environmentally friendly gel – no scrubbing required! Brush on Spotless Stainless; remove rust. It's that simple! Spotlessstainless.com – make stainless sparkle! Click to see all podcast sponsors, past and present. - https://bit.ly/3idXto7 Music: “Slow Down” by Yvette Craig
Tyler Pigott is a people lover, a problem solver, and an ardent digital marketer. His own characterization as a 'closet introvert', someone who draws inspiration both from his own solitude and from invigorating group interactions, makes him quite a unique personality. This multifaceted entrepreneur has spent two decades honing his uncanny ability to creatively solve complex problems, all while being motivated by a futuristic vision. This apart, he's a huge cycling enthusiast and has a soft spot for golden retrievers. Finally, for Pigott, values come before everything else: he cherishes his faith above all. Experience the transformative journey of Tyler Pigott, a man who thrives on serving and connecting with others. From his introverted nature to his energizing presence, Tyler's story takes an unexpected twist. As his love for biking evolves from a simple escape to a full-blown obsession, his passion intertwines with his innate storytelling abilities. Join us as we delve into Tyler's multi-faceted journey, filled with personal growth, professional success, and the power of embracing the unexpected. Uncover the surprising connection between personal experiences and the profound impact they have on serving and connecting with people. In this episode, you will be able to: Understand the powerful impact of empathy and comprehension on successful support and guidance. Experience the transformative effect of channeling personal experiences into serving and creating bonds with people. Recognize the importance of validating others' lives and experiences, even when divergent from our perspective. Learn how to maneuver personal emotions for effective and empathetic communication. Brush up on the latest trends in marketing and gain a sneak peek on what the future might hold. Connect with Tyler here: Website: https://www.lonefircreative.com/ Linked: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tylerpigott/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylerpigott/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tylerpigott Connect with Troy Holt here: Website: https:///www.troyholt.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/troydholt Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/https://www.twitter.com/https://twitter.com/TroyTalksMoney Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063546310389 Like, subscribe, download, and give a review of the Troy Talks podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/troy-holt/support
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Find More Episodes on PCA Overdrive: https://www.pcaoverdrive.org/brothers-of-the-brush-1 PCA Overdrive is free for members. Not a member? Download the app on the Apple Store or Google Play and enjoy a 7 day free trial! Become a member: https://www.pcapainted.org/membership-resources/ Nowthen we're back, in this week's bobcast I chat with Gareth of Top Coat Decorating. After a making the jump to go self-employed Gareth is a few years in and loving it. You know the score by now! Kick back, grab your headphones get yourself a brew because its a long one and join us in this honest chat where we dive into various topics such as Chastising kids Decorator or footballer? Late to the party Missing the obvious red flags Taking any job that comes Know your worth, ignore everyone else's charging rate. How you present yourself Making people's day Bruce Lee quote Apprentices The 5am club Mental illnesses You know the drill by now, get a brew, pin back your lugs and give it a listen and give us (@brothersofthebrushinsta and Gareth) your feedback by hash-tagging #bobcast on Insta and we'll give you a shout-out back!
“Chin up.” “Brush it off.” “Everything happens for a reason.” Today, we're talking about Toxic Positivity. SOURCES: https://www.betterup.com/blog/toxic-positivity?hs_amp=true https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/toxic-positivity-during-the-pandemic#So,-how-do-you-deal-with-toxic-positivity? https://www.usatoday.com/life/ MUSIC: "Toxic" (Britney Spears), "Don't Worry Be Happy" (Bobby McFerrin). ©2022, ©2023 Britton Rice, Chase Domergue, Tin Whisper Media.
In today's show Rakel, host of Satelite of Love, is sitting in for Theresa, and has invited artist and print maker Aurora Brush into the studio to discuss being a woman in print making, her creative practice and the new community zine Rakel and Aurora, and two other collaborators, have recently launched.Aurora Brush is an alchemist who uses the processes of print and book making to manifest dreams into reality. They are a queer divinatory artist, tarot deck creator, print and book maker living in Kingston NY. Aurora is the founder, editor, and producer of Cosmic Dog House Press, an independent publishing service located here in midtown Kingston! Today's show was engineered by Ian Seda from Radiokingston.org.Our show music is from Shana Falana!Feel free to email me, say hello: email@example.com** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IThttp://iwantwhatshehas.org/podcastITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHERITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-want-what-she-has/id1451648361?mt=2SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/77pmJwS2q9vTywz7Uhiyff?si=G2eYCjLjT3KltgdfA6XXCASTITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/she-wants/i-want-what-she-has?refid=stpr'Follow:INSTAGRAM * https://www.instagram.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcast/FACEBOOK * https://www.facebook.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcastTWITTER * https://twitter.com/wantwhatshehas
In this first episode of a new series of A brush with…, Ben Luke talks to Larry Achiampong about his influences—from writers to film-makers, musicians and, of course, other artists—and the cultural experiences that have shaped his life and work. Achiampong was born in London in 1984 to parents from Ghana, and he explores his personal and communal heritage through media including film, sculpture, installation, sound and performance. He uses diverse visual languages, drawn from popular culture like gaming, comics and Hollywood movies, as well as video art and conceptualism, to explore the legacies of colonisation and entrenched inequalities in contemporary society relating to class, gender and race. He veers from documentary to speculative fiction, often within the same piece. Achiampong discusses the profound early influence of Adrian Piper's art and the films of Spike Lee, the poetry of Claudia Rankine, how he draws on video games and comics as well as art, and his rejection of the term Afrofuturism. Plus, he gives insight into his life in the studio, and reflects on our usual questions, including the ultimate: what is art for?Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder, BALTIC, Gateshead, UK, until 29 October 2023; Larry Achiampong and David Blandy: Genetic Automata, Wellcome Collection, London, until 11 February 2024. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join host Dr. Mike Brasher and guest Cason Short, owner/operator of the Bill Byers Hunter Club, for a recap of an early season white-fronted goose hunt recently featured on DU TV. Hear in-depth accounts of how the hunts unfolded, adaptations made to ensure quality footage, and perspectives on how shifting distributions of specks are creating both new opportunities and challenges. The two also discuss the connection between landowners and the birds and their desire to do what's best for the resource.www.ducks.org/DUpodcast
Spybrary's Man in Station L (Northern Sector) author Andy Onyx slipped us this brush pass review of the David Callan books penned by James Mitchell. Welcome back to Spybrary, the ultimate podcast for spy books. In today's episode, we dive into the thrilling world of Callan, the antihero of espionage. Get ready tohear more about this iconic character as we explore the gripping Callan Books. Join our host, Andy Onyx, as he gives is his take on the shadowy world of David Callan, a former soldier with a troubled past and a knack for killing. From his time in prison to his recruitment into the enigmatic Section organization, Callan's story is one of grit, suspense, and moral dilemmas. We'll delve into the mind of author James Mitchell, the creative genius behind Callan, and discover how his vision of a gritty and bored 1970s Britain influenced the series and novels. From the memorable characters like Lonely and Hunter to the intense cat-and-mouse games between spies, there's plenty to dissect. What do you think of the Callan books and the Callan TV series? Come and share your views will fellow spy fans in our free, online community for spy book enthusiasts This is Spybrary, and today we're diving headfirst into the world of Callan, the antihero of espionage! Let's get started. Check out Tim Shipman's best spy writers, all 125 of them and ranked!
In this week's episode of The Professional Noticer, Andy hosts Jonathan Brush – President and CEO of Unbound. Tune in to hear Andy and Jonathan continue the important conversation about college: should high school grads attend college, wait a year, or go a different direction entirely? Listen as Jonathan describes the current trend, and hear about the latest effort his organization – Unbound – is making to come alongside young adults as they make this life changing decision. Watch Episode 1: Episode 236: Unbound with Jonathan Brush Watch Episode 2: Episode 243: Unbound Part 2 with Jonathan Brush Connect with Jonathan Online: DontWasteThisYear.com Website: https://beunbound.us/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/getunbound Instagram: www.instagram.com/be.unbound/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/@BeUnbound If you have questions or comments for THE PROFESSIONAL NOTICER, please contact us at: Email: TheProfessionalNoticer@AndyAndrews.com Facebook: Facebook.com/AndyAndrews LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andyandrews1/ YouTube: YouTube.com/AndyAndrewsAuthor Twitter: Twitter.com/AndyAndrews Instagram: Instagram.com/AndyAndrewsAuthor
Fresh greens and herbs are great on a boat. But how do you keep them on hand? Just grow your own. Here's how. Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): 4" PVC Pipe (Amazon) - https://amzn.to/43MIVgM & Cap - https://amzn.to/3OuF2J3 6" PVC Pipe (Amazon) - https://amzn.to/478HPio & Cap - https://amzn.to/3Dwu0wP 1 Gallon HDPE #2 Jug (Amazon) - https://amzn.to/3YavHcw Subscribe to the Boat Galley Newsletter! - http://bit.ly/3Z4opqE Today's episode of The Boat Galley Podcast is sponsored by SpotlessStainless, the safe, fast and easy way to remove rust and protect your marine stainless steel. Brush on, wait 30 minutes, and rinse off this environmentally friendly gel – no scrubbing required! Brush on Spotless Stainless; remove rust. It's that simple! Spotlessstainless.com – make stainless sparkle! Click to see all podcast sponsors, past and present. - https://bit.ly/3idXto7 Music: “Slow Down” by Yvette Craig
If you, your parents or grandparents ever saw a soft-voiced, gentle man with the strangest afro ever teaching the world how to paint 'Happy Little Trees,' on the PBS show "The Joy of Painting," you know Bob Ross. The OG unintended inventor of AMSR (auto sensory meridian response) with his voice like a 'Liquid Tranquilizer,' he was a fascinating man for sure. But I can tell you with utmost certainty he was not a serial killer who painted areas where he had buried his victims. Between the TV show, teaching many painting workshops (with lots of witnesses) and a full platter of romantic entanglements he would not have had the time. There IS a crime element to his much too short and remarkable life, though. You can hear part of his story here in this episode.