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Musicals with Cheese Podcast
#178 - High Society (feat. Robbie Rozelle)

Musicals with Cheese Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 80:39


"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" Grab your ex husband and fancy china because this week we're joined by Robbie Rozelle from Broadway Records to talk about High Society the Musical! We chat about the film it's based on, the cover art, and more! Give it a listen! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram Email us at musicaltheatrelives@gmail.com Merch!! Jess Socials Jess on Twitter Jess on Instagram Andrew Socials Andrew on Instagram Andrew on Twitter Brianna Socials Brianna on Twitter Brianna on Instagram Use our Affiliate Link Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Indicator from Planet Money

A US District Court just ruled Gruyere cheese can be made outside of the Swiss French border region – including here in the US. Today, what this court battle over a cheese has to do with global trade.

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
The Day We Praised Cheezus

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 121:43


Welcome to mid week with Elvis Duran and The Morning Show. Elvis was in the mood to praise "Cheese". The show chats with the incredible Jay Shetty about working with 'The Calm App'. We continue to spin the wheel of "Mucinex Games.' Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Top Flight Time Machine
The Yesterday's Hero Odyssey - Part 14

Top Flight Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 35:16


Cheese pain, Glynis Barber triggering, drunken dinner with Rod, and owning a footballer. (Rec: 28/4/21) Join the Iron Filings Society: https://www.patreon.com/topflighttimemachine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cutting the Curd
Let's Volunteer to Make a Better Cheese Industry

Cutting the Curd

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 36:52


Tara Holmes from the American Cheese Society and Nicole Garrett from the Cheese Culture Coalition talk to us about volunteer opportunities at their organizations. Carlos talks about the DZTE. Tara worked in higher education before transitioning to nonprofit management. Today, she is the executive director for the American Cheese Society. She has a B.A. in English Education from Gunnison's Western Colorado University, where she also completed coursework in outdoor leadership and ran track. A list of committees at ACS and volunteer interest form is listed here.Anyone who would like to volunteer for ACS in any capacity can call us at 720-328-2788, or email info@cheesesociety.org. Nicole has been a cheesemonger in the retail world for about 10 years at Whole Foods Market in the specialty department. Whitney and I met when we were going for our CCP certification. About 2 years ago she moved to Texas, and we re-connected. She started talking about wanting to start a nonprofit to increase diversity in the cheese industry, and then the rest is history. You can contact the CCC here: https://cheeseculturecoalition.org/volunteer-questionnaire  Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cutting the Curd by becoming a member!Cutting the Curd is Powered by Simplecast.

Gettin' Grown
Salons and Student Loans feat. Sonia Lewis, The Student Loan Doctor

Gettin' Grown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 106:01


Salons and Student Loans feat. Sonia Lewis, The Student Loan Doctor Jade and Keia welcome Sonia Lewis aka "The Student Loan Doctor" to the show to talk all things student loans, student loan repayment, and strategies for creating and sustaining multiple streams of income to live your best life. https://www.doctorpleasehelpme.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thestudentloandoctor/?hl=en Support the Show: Now is the time to prioritize you health. Go to Zocdoc.com/grown and download the Zocdoc app to sign up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor. Many are available as soon as today. Stop by McDonald's today and enjoy two of your faves, like the Big Mac, Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Filet-O-Fish or 10 piece Chicken McNuggets for only $6. https://gettingrown.co/ https://www.patreon.com/gettingrown Email: GettinGrownPodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @GettinGrownPod IG: @GettinGrownPod Facebook: www.Facebook.com/GettinGrownPodcast

Street Fight Radio
Trained To Love Powdered Cheese

Street Fight Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 122:56


The boys are back taking calls, drinking pop and playing with legos Bryans updates: // Bryan only backs winners in football // People love the pisshole saga // Bryans phone bill epic //Having sprint is apparently very bryan // Paying for a phone line your not using // Good deal days are over // Bill Power Rankings // Ear cleaning and colonic talk // Late christmas present from Brett // Conservatives burning their carhartts // Premium netflix // 1st caller: Jonathan from Louisville calling in with their volkswagen issues // Lego vs Legos // Don't be ashamed to be a “pop” person // Volkswagen issues // $3000 work on a 2017 with 50,000 miles // Anxiety about cars never goes away // 2nd caller: Hank from L.A talking about his experience working for a Kraft warehouse // Stranger things lego set // Not a fanatic for Stranger Things tho // The edible oils department // Trained to love powdered cheese // No ones mad at sugary cereal // A Skid Of Mayonnaise // 3rd caller : Alex from twitter is calling in to talk about Coup de Gras! Coup de Gras is an annual anarchist Mardi Gras celebration thrown by Krewe de Main and the Center for a Stateless Society deep in the bayous of Cajun Country. Equal parts anarchist bookfair and Carnival celebration, Coup de Gras is a yearly camping festival and unconference which aims to bring together libertarian socialist politics and the traditions of Mardi Gras. - https://bit.ly/3AuTwQL 4th caller : Kate calling for a boost of encouragement. 5th caller: Greyson (fixerpunk) from orange county to talk about their experience with a P.O.D break off christian group and alternative culture. // Claiming to cure mental health through miracles // Saying Faith alone can fix your problems // Free The Narrative talk // check out their podcast and website www.fixerpunk.com 5th Caller: Ryan calling into talk about how his experience with his coworkers hate of people experiencing homlessness 6th Caller: Bobby calling back in for a work update. Street Fight Mail - P.O Box 82306 Columbus, OH 43202 Street Fight Radio Call In Show - (614) 655-3887

Teach Me A Lesson with Greg James and Bella Mackie
How Can Cheese Slices Help Us Find The Speed Of Light?

Teach Me A Lesson with Greg James and Bella Mackie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 41:13


Professional breakdancer and Physics teacher Mr Ceeraz invites Greg and Bella to an end-of-term cheese-but-no-wine party, as they attempt to find the speed of light using cheese slices and a microwave. Physics fanatic Mr Ceeraz promises that his lessons are never dull as he injects plenty of puns, amazing visual aids and lots of dancing to help his students get to grips with complex subjects - like the speed of light and the electromagnetic spectrum. In today's episode, Mr Ceeraz will play a game with Greg and Bella all about speed which will help them understand just how fast the speed of light is. He'll crack out the cheese strings to explore the structure of waves, share his actions to the legendary Electromagnetic Spectrum song from YouTube and discuss the different waves that make up the spectrum. Plus, he'll introduce Greg to a website which shows you how far a radio broadcast has travelled into space (Greg's first show is REALLY far away!) and share an amazing do-it-yourself experiment using cheese slices and your kitchen's microwave to help anyone find the speed of light. Bad students of all ages are welcome. Expect brilliant teachers, captivating subjects but absolutely no homework. Get in touch with your pictures - email us at teachme@bbc.co.uk

SHIRT SHOW
Miles Parkhill | Miles T Shirts | Shirt Show 85

SHIRT SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 123:13


Dilly is under the weather, but the show must go on, WE AINT STOPPIN! We have Miles Parkhill of the aptly named Miles T Shirts, and this disc golfing screen printer has been at it for over 20 years, and was kind enough to ditch his new hire's training to talk shirt with us last minute. Topics of discussion include: Andy's front desk s.o.p., disc golf, Chuck E. Cheese's, the self employed struggle to get a loan, owner involvement in production, training customer expectations, investing in an assistant, forklifts, cyber terrorism, and the importance of befriending other shops.

TRASHFUTURE
*PREVIEW* Guy Ritchie Presents White Widow Super Cheese

TRASHFUTURE

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 10:27


We retvrn to tradition (we unwound by watching a recent-era Guy Ritchie movie). Geezer Hugh Grant, Eddie Marsan gets romantic with a pig, and everyone is really upset about… dealing weed? Journey with us into the mind of a confused old man, as we review THE GENTLEMEN. Get the whole episode on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/61387407  

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Sneezing protocols & cheese

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 7:02


Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi had an odd and wide-ranging conversation about the proper way to sneeze in public, eating cheese and what foods are in their cars.

Unfit Statesman
#163 Taylor Ham, Egg and Cheese

Unfit Statesman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 68:40


Breakfast Pleasure, AI Girlfriends and Chivalry in the Metaverse, Democrat's Slide into Insanity & Wolf of Wall St. Vibes Twitter: @unfitstatesman Instagram: @unfitstatesman

Play Pants with Rod Ryan and Jason Ginty
Bologna faces and Top 5 favorite Power Ballads

Play Pants with Rod Ryan and Jason Ginty

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 106:12


We talk a little Mardi Gras, Emo-Fest and cheese. We give advice to an aspiring DJ, but then we dive into our top 5 favorite Power Ballads. It's ok to like slow songs right? We go down the Hair Metal road once again and talk about the sensitive side of rock. Then we come up with an idea for a great singer. Let us know your top 5 favorite Power Ballads on our social media pages or wherever you listen to this podcast. Thanks to www.Piratesofthequarter.com for sponsoring the show!

The Nextlander Podcast
Behind the Green Curtain

The Nextlander Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 129:21


At least half of this podcast is about Microsoft buying Activision, because, well, you know, but we also find time for Nobody Saves the World, OlliOlli World, more Resident Evil Village (World), hamsters with drinking problems, the animatronic fate of Jimmy Hoffa, and more! Advertise on The Nextlander Podcast at Gumball.fm, or support us on Patreon! CHAPTERS (00:00:10) Intro (00:00:54) Where does that leave Teddy Ruxpin? (00:02:33) It always come back to Chuck E. Cheese (00:05:00) How many stores are fronts? (00:09:58) Hamsters drink like a fish? (00:16:27) Microsoft is acquiring Activision! (00:39:14) First Break (00:39:18) More on Microsoft and Activision (01:21:14) Second Break (01:21:18) Video Games! (01:23:05) Nobody Saves the World [Xbox, PC] January 18th (01:36:54) OlliOlli World [Xbox, PlayStation, PC] February 8th (01:44:08) [SPOILERS] Resident Evil Village (02:02:17) [END Of Resident Evil Village] (02:03:36) Thanks everybody and go check out the Patreon for more (02:05:21) Mysterious Benefactor Shoutouts (02:06:43) Thanks for the feedback regarding timestamps (02:07:58) Content updates (02:08:50) See ya! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bon Appétit Foodcast
What are our secret weapon ingredients?

Bon Appétit Foodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 39:58


The January slump is hitting, and cooking is starting to feel pretty dull. But rather than giving up entirely, we're leaning on the power of our pantries. Instead of re-inventing the wheel (of cheese?), we can rely on a few tried and true staples that we always have around, and use them in new and inventive ways. This week on the podcast, Amanda chats with associate food editor Kendra Vaculin and recipe developer extraordinaire Hetty McKinnon, who spill the tea about a few of their favorite year-round flavor boosters. Then, Ken Concepcion and Michelle Mungcal from Now Serving LA—a beloved cookbook shop that you should absolutely visit in LA's Chinatown—stop by to share a few secret weapon cookbooks you'll actually end up using. Stuff we talk about in this episode:  Kimchi Kooks website  https://www.kimchikooks.com/ Hetty McKinnon's One-Pot Kimchi and Squash Mac and Cheese recipe https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/one-pot-kimchi-and-squash-mac-and-cheese To Asia, With Love by Hetty McKinnon https://amzn.to/3xCjMqR Recipes from To Asia, with Love featuring Mushroom and Kimchi ‘Sausage Rolls' https://www.goodfood.com.au/recipes/news/four-recipes-from-to-asia-with-love-by-hetty-mckinnon-20200716-h1peny Hetty McKinnon's Sheet Pan Kimchi Fried Rice with Baked Eggs recipe https://www.today.com/recipes/sheet-pan-kimchi-fried-rice-baked-eggs-recipe-t173872 Priya Krishna's Saag Paneer, But With Feta recipe https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/saag-paneer-but-with-feta Kendra Vaculin's Spinach-Artichoke Dip Frittata recipe https://www.epicurious.com/the-smart-cook/spinach-dip-frittata-easy-dinner-article Brooklyn Delhi Saag Paneer recipe https://brooklyndelhi.com/blogs/news/saag-paneer Shilpa Uskokovic's Creamy Spinach and Chickpeas recipe https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/creamy-spinach-and-chickpeas Hetty McKinnon's Thai Curry Risotto recipe https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1021947-thai-curry-risotto-with-squash-and-green-beans Now Serving - Los Angeles website Ken and Michelle's Cookbook Recommendations:  Everyone's Table: Global Recipes for Modern Health by Gregory Gourdet with JJ Goode https://amzn.to/3GznANb Aloha Kitchen: Recipes from Hawai'i by Alana Kysar  https://amzn.to/3FDEGZ0 Thank You for Smoking: Fun and Fearless Recipes Cooked with a Whiff of Wood Fire on Your Grill or Smoker by Paula Disbrowe https://amzn.to/3AitvE8 *(When you buy something through our links, we earn an affiliate commission.) Looking for merch for the food people in your life? Check out shop.bonappetit.com for aprons, candles, martini olive socks, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Story Pirates
Deep Cuts #6: Cheese Stories

Story Pirates

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 30:44


The Story Pirates Podcast will be back soon with Season 5, but in the meantime we have a brand new, cheese-themed bonus episode for you featuring our favorite, funniest, and weirdest stories from the archives. Featuring “George's Cheese,” “The Creation of Chicken Parm” and “The Cook Who Lost His Talent.”  For more from the Story Pirates, visit storypirates.com/podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Musicals with Cheese Podcast
#176 - Titanic the Musical (feat. Ayanna Prescod)

Musicals with Cheese Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 81:37


"Farewell, farewell Godspeed, Titanic..." Grab your first class tickets and life vests because this week we're joined by Ayanna Prescod from "What's Up Broadway?" to talk about Titanic the Musical! We chat about the show, it's impact, and it's future! Give it a listen! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram Email us at musicaltheatrelives@gmail.com Merch!! Jess Socials Jess on Twitter Jess on Instagram Andrew Socials Andrew on Instagram Andrew on Twitter Brianna Socials Brianna on Twitter Brianna on Instagram Use our Affiliate Link Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

National Day Calendar
January 20, 2022 - National Cheese Lover's Day | National Disc Jockey Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 3:30


Welcome to January 20th, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate cheese glorious cheese and the staying power of those who spin records.  If you're a cheese lover then you won't be surprised to learn there are 18 other cheese related holidays. But this one has your name all over it. For people who don't understand all the fuss, here's a clue. Science has determined that dairy proteins contain opiate particles that trigger our bodies to want more. Advertisers know that people are either “cheese enhancers,” people who prefer just a sprinkle and people who are salivating just thinking about it. These “cravers” are gob-smacked by ads for stuffed crust pizza, grilled cheese sandwiches with extra cheddar and lasagna piled high with melting mozzarella. Marlo, I think I hear your stomach growling. On National Cheese Lover's Day it's okay to get carried away in your cheesy obsession.  When Thomas Edison patented the phonograph in 1877, he had no idea of the impact it would have on the world. He intended the phonograph to be a device for recording voice messages. As we know, it also became a way to bring recorded music to the world. Nearly 60 years later, Walter Winchell first used the term "disc jockey” and those who played records over the airwaves changed music history. The 1950s saw the advent of celebrity DJs, whose music choices influenced what the world listened to. But even as our listening devices have changed, DJs have managed to stay in the game. Two turntables and a microphone have become an iconic platform for reaching a global audience. However they bring tunes to the world, we celebrate the power of music in their hands on National Disc Jockey Day.  I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

KXnO Sports Fanatics
Big 4 Hoops, Wine and Cheese, and More - Wednesday Hour 1

KXnO Sports Fanatics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 42:16


Big 4 Hoops, Wine and Cheese, and More - Wednesday Hour 1

Two Week Notice
#106: Jon Cheese (Limbeck, Piebald, Warped Tour, Rites of Springfield)

Two Week Notice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 68:47


Jon Cheese has been tour managing and selling merch for two decades. He has toured with: Piebald, Limbeck, My Chemical Romance, Apollo Sunshine, The Honorary Title, Meg & Dia, Hello Goodbye, Big D & The Kids Table, Streetlight Manifesto, T-Pain, The National, and Steel Train. If you bought a Warped Tour Compilation back in the day, Jon Cheese probably sold it to you. He worked every Warped Tour date from 2002-2011, and has been awarded three certified gold records for selling those CDs. Cheese sings in a rad Dad-Punk band, Rites Of Springfield. Follow them on Instagram: @ritesofspringfield | Listen to Rites Of Springfield: https://ritesofspringfield.bandcamp.com/releases | Follow Jon's real estate Instagram: @jonmckesten.realestate | Ways to support the Two Week Notice Podcast: -www.plugyourholes.com - enter the code "TWNPOD" for 15% off | -Subscribe | -Share with a friend | -Give a 5-star written review on the iPhone podcasts app | -Give the show 5 starts on Spotify | -Follow on Instagram: @danafuggenb @twoweeknoticepodcast | -Donate via Vemo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=2618032933306368533&created=1634066440.210597&printed=1 -Donate via PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/DanaBollen Most importantly - listen & enjoy! ❤️Dana B! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dana-bollen3/message

Riding Big Red
Ep. 51 - Electric Cheese Grader

Riding Big Red

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 30:54


In this episode we're talking about the relationship firefighters have with schools, how they get involved, and then we're going on a call involving a sixteen-year-old and an electric cheese grader.

The One Millionth Podcast
Rackamoni and Cheese

The One Millionth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 58:43


Chris has a bougie week at home and Andi totally nails the Home Depot theme song. 

Gettin' Grown
Not Enough Sense To Be Ashamed feat. Michell C Clark

Gettin' Grown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 135:05


Happy New Year!!! Jade and Keia are back at the kitchen table for the first time in 2022. Excited to welcome brilliant writer and content creator Michell Clark to discuss adulting, authenticity, and affirmations. Let's catch up! Shoutout: 100 Daily Affirmations- For Millennials Who Are Tired of Being Called Millennials www.michellcclark.com https://www.instagram.com/michellcclark/ Support the Show: Stop by McDonald's today and enjoy two of your faves, like the Big Mac, Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Filet-O-Fish or 10 piece Chicken McNuggets for only $6. Kick off 2022 with a better checking account. Chime, an award-winning app and debit card, has no overdraft fees, foreign transaction fees, monthly fees, or service fees. Make your first good decision of the new year, and join over 10 million people using Chime.Sign up takes only two minutes and doesn't affect your credit score. Get started at chime.com/gg. That's chime.com/gg. https://gettingrown.co/ https://www.patreon.com/gettingrown Email: GettinGrownPodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @GettinGrownPod IG: @GettinGrownPod Facebook: www.Facebook.com/GettinGrownPodcast

The Parc Fermé
Almost Cheese | The Parc Fermé F1 Podcast Ep 766

The Parc Fermé

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 86:40


Join Grace, Paul and me as we discuss the 2022 Formula 1 regulation changes. We cover each element of the changes and discuss their possible implications.   Support us here: https://www.patreon.com/theparcferme 

JJ Meets World
#273: Meat & Cheese

JJ Meets World

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 63:45


Tacky house lighting. Hickory Farms Beef Logs. Happy Joes Pizza. And so much more. For more episodes of JJ Meets World, or to find out how you can support this podcast, visit http://www.jjmeetsworld.com/ Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/jjmeetsworld Merch Shop - https://shop.spreadshirt.com/jj-meets-world Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jj-meets-world/id1367045742 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0L9IGvJuUjFK0UOR9AIF5u YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh1WZrpC-XE57mRzi1bzPow Google Play - https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Iwnpufw6f5qromxbbw6pq32rsya Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jjmeetsworldpodcast/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/jjmeetsworld?lang=en Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jjmeetsworldpodcast/

Six Weeks To Fitness
The Importance of Self-Care for your Body, Mind and Spirit Ep. 189 Kita Richards

Six Weeks To Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 45:14


Kita Richards is a former AAU, USA and high school track and field coach. Teaching basic and advanced movements to young adults was always her passion along with helping people to meet and exceed their physical and mental capabilities. It was this passion that prompted Kita to become a personal and group fitness trainer, transforming her two car garage into her first training space. She has now expanded her brand and has launched two fitness clubs, one in Greenwood, South Carolina, and the other in Greenville, South Carolina.  During the interview, Kita will discuss what life was like growing up in Greenwood, South Carolina, and how the last words of her mother, who lived a very active life until she succumbed to colon cancer, gave her the drive and motivation to live life to the fullest.  She will also share her fitness journey which included losing close to 80 pounds of body fat with the help and guidance of her husband and changing her diet.  Kita believes that each of us is connected in divine space and that we should share our gifts with the world, something Kita is doing on a daily basis with everyone she comes in contact with.  This was a most inspiring interview.  Vince Ferguson: Thank you so much for coming on the show. Kita Richards: Thank you for having me. Vince Ferguson: Before we discuss your career as CEO of these two fitness clubs, tell my listeners and viewers where did you grow up and what was your childhood like? Kita Richards: I grew up right here in Greenwood, South Carolina in the south, which is so interesting now that I look back at it. I grew up running around in the dirt. Vince Ferguson: Running around in the dirt? Kita Richards: In the dirt. Vince Ferguson: Really? Really? So you must have been very active? Kita Richards: Yeah. It was because this is a small town, this is a small town. It's bigger now, but it was definitely a lot smaller when I was a lot younger. So it was small and it's basically a football city. So it's all about football here. Everything else is secondary. Vince Ferguson: Everything else is secondary to football. But family came first, but family came first. Right? Kita Richards: Especially back then. Everything else was secondary. Vince Ferguson: Wow. Nice. But were you always active, always healthy even to your adult life? Kita Richards: Well as a kid, the challenge as a kid was, especially growing up, because we were active as children. I was an active child. My inactivity didn't start until I got older. So I was, but my mom was active. So I have to tell you about her. She was very active. My mom played a lot of sports even as we grew up. So I grew up with a very active mom. She played softball for one, it was nothing for her to be on those teams. She was on teams, and she would travel. So I grew up watching her do that. Kita Richards: And of course she did what people in the south do, bowl. So she did a lot of bowling and different things like that. So that's how we grew up. I grew up with a mom that even as I had my kids, she rode bikes. She would ride bikes with them. And she was one of the first women around the area, because people still talk about it because like I said, I live in a small town, that rode a motorcycle. So she was extremely active too. Vince Ferguson: Is Myrtle Beach near you? Kita Richards: No it takes us about three hours to get to Myrtle Beach. Vince Ferguson: I hear so much about Myrtle Beach motorcycle. You know what I'm saying? But was there a aha moment for you when you decided, you know what, my health is going down the tubes and I need to get it together? Kita Richards: Well, I think the backstory is my mother was really active, but my mother died of pancreatic/colon cancer. And so with that being said, I knew she was active much more active than me. I was getting overweight. I took care of her. And then when she was passing away, she said to me something, some words that I never will forget. She said, "Do what you want to do, and have a good time on this side because when you're leaving, you never want to regret what you didn't have time to do and what you wanted." So that launched me into just taking a deeper look at who I had become. Vince Ferguson: So you feel that motivated you and drove you to be the person you are today? Kita Richards: I know it did. I know it did. It just became one of those things that watching, if you ever watch someone pass away and you never took care of anyone passing away of colon cancer and watching everything fail. Life begins to look a little different for you. Vince Ferguson: Hmm. And when you say it looks a little different, you start to see it out of a different prism, different window. Kita Richards: You start to cherish it and cherish the moments. You start to cherish life like never before. Even when my clients come in, I have this thing, because I cherish my moments with everybody now. I see life now as everybody being divinely connected to one another in that we are sharing space. And when we're sharing those spaces, we should be sharing, not only our passion, but our love for one another. And so that's what changed about me. I knew at that point that I needed to share whatever gifting, whatever divine gifting that I had with other people. I knew that then at that moment. I knew that that was going to bring me joy. And I know that sounds weird, but I knew I also needed to take care of me. And I knew that I could never go to the next level, or I never could get there without self-care. Vince Ferguson: Hmm. Makes sense. Very, very profound. Kita Richards: Because you could never pour from an empty cup, and back then I was an empty cup. I was an empty cup, and I could never give what I didn't have. When people say I gave 100% to a person, you should never give 100% to anybody. Always give people the surplus of what you have. Because if you give 100% of your energy, then you have nothing for yourself. And if you have nothing for yourself, you never can grow anything that's worth giving anyone else. Vince Ferguson: Hmm. Very profound. Very awesome. So this is interesting because you speak so much wisdom, and you look like a person of 22. Kita Richards: I thank you. I promise you need to add some to that though. Vince Ferguson: Well, we add a couple years, you know what I'm saying? But what motivated you to become a trainer? Kita Richards: So back to what my mom said, you're never going to... When I was in my twenties, I was taking it was step aerobics. It was step aerobics there. Vince Ferguson: Step aerobics. Kita Richards: I absolutely love step aerobics. But there was a problem. There was a problem. The problem was I had a degree in computer science. So I had a really nice job. Vince Ferguson: Yes, I bet. Kita Richards: Are you going to make this, or are you going to make this? Vince Ferguson: What happened? Kita Richards: There was a problem here. And so I got the opportunity to actually get licensed doing that, and I didn't even take it. Because by that time I had my first kid, I had the first child. And so I was like, no, no, no. I know better now. I know better now. But back then, and life is a growing process, but back then I was like, no, this is not a good financial decision to be making. Vince Ferguson: So you feel that knowing what you know now, you would've still taken the leap before? Kita Richards: If I had of known what I know now, yeah. I would've literally left what I was doing, and did this because I've learned that joys in life, that you should enjoy your life. And what I mean by that, I have this saying that I always say. People don't understand. And what you have to gravitate and learn that in your purpose, you will always have prosperity, and you will have mental prosperity, spiritual prosperity, and financial and emotional prosperity. And you need all of those. Back then, I was only looking for financial prosperity. Vince Ferguson: But now you don't only have one child, you have four? Kita Richards: Yes. Right. Vince Ferguson: And four adult children? Kita Richards: Four adult children. Vince Ferguson: And you don't look like an adult yourself. That's a beautiful thing. But again, you had the strength and fortitude to go out there and make this happen. But why the fitness space? What do you feel you can contribute to people in the fitness space? Kita Richards: Fitness is one of those great, wonderful things. And here's what, because it's more than the outward. Because before you ever make a decision, before you ever become physically fit, there is a mental that happens. You actually have, because it's so optional, that you have to gravitate there in your mind first. Vince Ferguson: So it's mind first, then body? Kita Richards: Always mind first. And the challenge, and then I love the challenge of it. I love the challenge of because even when I have my clients, and I'll talk to my clients. I always tell them you've made the first step to the best version of you. And here was the first step. You made up in your mind to make a change. So fitness, I think I chose it because not only was it challenging, it was mentally challenging too. Because if we back up, I didn't look like this. I can promise you. I lost 80 pounds like this. I hadn't been doing anything. And so I tell my clients, I know what they felt. I know exactly what they feel like. I remember not being able to touch my toes. Kita Richards: I remember what that felt like. And I remember even though I was taking care of kids, and I was getting bigger, I just remember what it felt like. I remember being exhausted. I remember, just to be honest with you, I remember just being tired. And then I remember suffering health, other health issues. Because as women, when you have more weight than you need to have on you, there's other things that come along with your health. There's hormonal imbalances that you end up with. For me, I had several different things happening. I actually ended up with a liver issue, and I found out later it was actually fatty liver. Vince Ferguson: Fatty liver? Kita Richards: It was fatty liver. And this was from my diet of, I love sugar. Now I'm not going to lie to you. I used to love some sugar. So I love eating sugar. And I wasn't a big fried food eater, and that's what most people are like, I don't eat much fried food. But I love some donuts and cakes and cookies and stuff like that. And I ate a lot of that back then. Vince Ferguson: So you were, you said, about 89 pounds heavier than you are now? Kita Richards: About 80. I was 80. Vince Ferguson: About 80. What did you do to take it off? What's that secret sauce? Kita Richards: Make up my mind first that it needed to come off. You know what? And the first thing I did is I decided I wasn't going to make an excuse. Vince Ferguson: No excuses? Kita Richards: Yeah. I was like, I'm not going to make an excuse. I'm not going to blame it on my age or anything. You know what I said to myself? I'm responsible. I just took full responsibility. I did. I said, I'm responsible. And my first trainer was my spouse. Vince Ferguson: Your husband? Kita Richards: My husband, who was army. So I learned to lift first, and I learned to lift, and he was patient with me to a certain extent because he drove it. He would just come in like, are you going to do it today or not? You can leave the gym if you want to, or you can stay in it. But it's going to be your choice. I'm not going to make you stay. And I remember just because at that point, now that two car garage that I started in, it was actually I made it into a home gym because I was serious about it. I was like, I'm going to be serious. So first I made up in my mind, second I said no more excuses. Kita Richards: Third, I changed that space into a home gym. And that was crazy because that meant no excuses. I went out there and he worked like 12 hours, and then it took him an hour to get to work and an hour to get home. So it was 13 hours. So I had to work out with him at night. At night. When people wanted to go to sleep, I had to be working out. No excuses. And I still had to get up to the next day. Because at that time I still had one in high school, one in middle school and then I had two grown. So because my fitness journey back to being fit, didn't start until I was 40, 41 1/2. Almost 42. Vince Ferguson: And were you still working at computer science? Kita Richards: I was actually not this is because I was at that point when I decided to be fit, I actually owned a photography, videography business. Vince Ferguson: Really? A photography, videography business? Kita Richards: I was doing some of that. And then all of a sudden I decided I wasn't going to do it in this. I was like, I ain't doing that no more. Vince Ferguson: Wow. So you start training ferociously, training with your spouse. Kita Richards: With my husband. With my husband at night. At night. Understand because he worked early in the morning, and it was at night. So what did I do? I didn't just train one time a day. I trained with him, and anything I couldn't do, anything I struggle with, during the day or in the morning I go practice it. Vince Ferguson: You go back practice it? Kita Richards: I would go practice it. Whatever I couldn't do. As long as I didn't need a spotter, I practiced it. Vince Ferguson: Now but what role besides the exercise, what role did nutrition play? Kita Richards: Oh, huge. Huge. That was another thing. The first thing I had to do was give up sugar. I had to give up the sugar because I was a sugar addict. I had made up in my mind, I'm going to give up sugar. And that was the hardest thing, because I didn't have, some people have a caffeine addiction. No, I had a sugar addiction. So sodas wasn't even a problem. It was sugar for me. So I gave up sugar first. I gave up sugar, and you're not going to believe this, I gave up cheese. Vince Ferguson: Cheese? Kita Richards: I love cheese. Cheese was my first two things that I said I was done with. Vince Ferguson: It had to be hard to do because you also have kids around the house. So how did you do that? Just cold turkey stopped or- Kita Richards: I stopped. And most people, most women asked me because I am the cook of the family. I am the cook of the family and I'll be launching some recipes soon. But I am a cook up the family. And so what I had to do was I cook their food, but I cooked my food. Because I said I wasn't going to make an excuse. I wasn't going to say I got to cook for them. No, I was standing in the kitchen anyway. And so I would cook their food the way they wanted it and would cook mine at the exact same moment. Vince Ferguson: And that was the temptation to eat some of theirs? Kita Richards: It was there, but here's what I would say to myself. I would say to myself, you know what? There's life and death in the power of the tongue, and there's going to be life or death in this food. So you better be choosing which one. And so that was my thing. And it got so bad, I was label things life or death so much. I'm choosing life. I'm choosing life. And that's the way I would eat. Because remember I was a sugar addict, and I still had to go to the grocery store. And when I go to the grocery store, what happens when you go get in the checkouts? Because you can avoid the cookie on the aisle of cookies, but the checkout has the candy, and all of the quick snacks. Vince Ferguson: For a reason. Yes. Kita Richards: So I would pull up my buggy inside of there and I would look, and my mind, I would label them in my head. I would be like, death. And that would be my two things, life or death. And I would leave there without the candy bars, which was so interesting because understand, I was the person that drove, that went through their buggy through the thing. And I would bring everybody back their favorite candy bar, including my own. .It was so bad that my husband, there's a particular store that has a particular type of candy that I like whenever he would go into that particular town, he would buy me four of those candy bars because I couldn't get them locally. So the moment I asked him to stop bringing me the candy bars, he knew something was real because I like don't bring me the candy bars. Don't bring me the candy bars. Kita Richards: But I was making choices. And what I was doing is I was making the choices at that moment. I wasn't trying to live outside of the window. I wasn't trying to say, tomorrow I'll do better. I was like, I'm going to do it the now. I'm going to experience the now moment. So that's what I was doing. Vince Ferguson: Do it now. Are you now a vegan? Kita Richards: I am. Vince Ferguson: Really? Plant based? Kita Richards: That was interesting. Vince Ferguson: Yes. How did that transition go? Kita Richards: That was about like the same. That was the same for me. The big problem wasn't for me the meat, it wasn't the meat. It really wasn't. Although I would tell people, they were like what would be the thing that would that draw you? Because I love what I would love. And I've always loved bison burgers. There's a particular place in Texas that I just absolutely love, and now I don't eat that. But that's not where it got me. That is probably the one thing, but the other was eggs. I absolutely love eggs. And I was eating a lot of eggs in one day. I said, oh, I told my husband, I'm going to become a vegan, and I'm not going to eat the eggs anymore. And he was like- Vince Ferguson: Did he ask for a divorce. Kita Richards: No. He was like, he's very supportive. He was like, so you're not going to eat the eggs? Do you not know within a couple days he cooks eggs? Because he's the breakfast person. So he cooked the eggs, and they look so light and fluffy. And I walked past the stove, and I looked at the eggs, and then I said, I want the eggs. And then I said, no, no, no. You chose, you made the choice to not eat the eggs. So just make the choice. And something in the back of my head said, but nobody's looking so nobody's going to know you ate the eggs. But then I said, I would know that I ate the eggs. And so I'm going to know that I ate the eggs, so I'm not going to eat. And it was enough of them. I could have just tasted them when I was like, I'm not going to eat these eggs. Kita Richards: And I didn't eat the eggs. And I sit at breakfast, and this was the thing, with my family because we are a family that eat together. We actually eat together. So it's not like I go take my plate and not see their food. And I saw them eat, and I did not touch them. And I felt victorious. Not that you have to give up eggs in your fitness journey or your whatever, but for me, I felt victorious. Everybody asked me do I feel like that I have such a restricted diet? No. I feel like I'm in charge of my life. Food can no longer control me. I'm in control of me. I take my power back. Food is not supposed to control me anyway. Vince Ferguson: But food seems to control most of us. And that's why you have the obesity, diabetes, all these chronic illnesses in the community because of how we eat. So your clients, who are your ideal clients? Kita Richards: Well my ideal clients are, most people think that most of my clients are vegan, and they're not. My ideal clients are people that just want more control. And I shouldn't say control, more clarity in their life. Because I told people my thing is always I want to help you find your strong point. I want to help you meet your goal. I always told people also this studio is when they come in, we greet each other. Just, I say, hey, how are you doing today? And they told me how they doing. They say, oh, I'm doing great. So my ideal, my avatar client is the people that just want the best out of their life. They want to find the joy in being them and whatever they do. Because really and truly, you are not your body. And I told people that you are not your body, but your body is a manifestation of what you've done. It's a journal. Vince Ferguson: It reveals. Kita Richards: Can be changed. Vince Ferguson: It can be changed. Interesting. Very, very, very good. So what programs do you offer at your, before you even tell me that, what are the names of your gyms? Kita Richards: So this one actually has hero on the wall, but this one is She Rocks Fit. Vince Ferguson: She Rocks Fit. Kita Richards: She Rocks Fit brand. And then the other one is hero. Vince Ferguson: Hero. Kita Richards: I'm going to tell you about the She Rocks Fit because it seems a little weird. If you look inside of She Rocks Fit, you see the name hero. Vince Ferguson: Yes. I like that very much. Very much. What programs do you offer at these two facilities? Kita Richards: Okay. So at the studio style one, it's group fitness. I do a lot of group fitness here. We do the weight lifting, the calisthenics, parts of yoga, functional training. I'm big on functional training because I think you just, you should be able to move your body. I do a lot of body weight. I do a lot of body weight, a lot of body weight. But we do some lifting here. At the other gym it is really and truly a full service gym. So it has all your machines, you have your ellipticals, you have your treadmills, you have the spin bikes, and then you have the studio side of it. And then that one, there is, I think there's about nine other trainers there. Vince Ferguson: Oh, wow. Really? Kita Richards: Yeah. There's nine, about nine. I think we're at nine other trainers there. And they train clients there as well. So they're training clients, and whether it's personal and there is actually, we have, there's a boxer there too. And he actually teaches boxing. So there's a variety of stuff going on at the other one. Vince Ferguson: So one is called She Rock Fit, which is where you are today. And the other one is called? Kita Richards: Hero. Vince Ferguson: Hero, just hero? And do you have group fitness programs? Kita Richards: I do. I do. I do my group fitness because that's what I trained. That's what I specialize in, in group fitness. My group fitness, like I said, will range from different things. So I have steps. We may do steps. Let me tell you what kind of trainer I am. If we had to classify, if we really had to put a label on my training style, I would say it's OCD. Vince Ferguson: OCD? Kita Richards: It's very OCD. So how my whole program works is you walk into my gym. There is not an ab day. There is not. There is not a we're going to do back day. You walk in, and you don't know what I'm going to do and here's why. Because people don't come because it's a certain day, and they don't like to work that particular. But I found out people don't like to work where they're weak. Most people don't like to work the weak side. So what I do is I vary the training where you don't know, it's a mystery. A mystery. And I'm going to be honest with you. You know what they do? They peek up under the door to see what is laying in the- Vince Ferguson: What's going on? Kita Richards: They're like, oh my God, what is she going to do? But you know, it works for them because they understand why I do it. I used to announce what I was going to do, but I did find that people would cheat and not come. The also the other part of the gym, a part of the studio side of it is accountability. So I was huge on accountability. I don't know if it's because my husband was military. I actually know where people are supposed to be, in which class they're supposed to be. If you miss a class and you have not contacted wonderful trainer and said, I won't be in, I have something going on, whatever, I text you. We have an app. I will message you in the app, and I will personally text you. You're lucky if you get away with 2 sessions back to back. I'm getting in contact with you. Vince Ferguson: Is that right? Interesting. So you have that personalized approach. That personalized approach, you hold people accountable, which is awesome. Now can someone join your class virtually? Kita Richards: Yes I do. I do virtual. So I have this app. Well we have this app and in the app everything comes through. But as soon as the virtual classes open up, it's usually a link that appears within your app within 30 minutes telling you the virtual schedule, but it reminds you that there's a virtual coming up. And here's the cool thing about it. If you are in for that day, you can join any class. So mine is set up like this. Basically, if you are in for the week, let's say you say, I want to do virtual or I think I want to join you and I'm going to pay for a week or I'm going to pay for a month. You're not only that one class, you can join in into any class that happens because you are getting links that's telling you. So if you are stuck in traffic, so you ain't making this one, you just click the next link that appears and you make the next one. Vince Ferguson: So you still make it. Awesome. Awesome. That's really good that you're doing that. That's actually amazing. Now that you told me who your ideal clients are, do you give them personalized nutrition guidance? Kita Richards: I do. I do. Vince Ferguson: You do? Kita Richards: So my meal plans being a vegan is interesting. So what I do is the way I build my meal plans are, I shouldn't say simple, but they are built on levels. So when I say levels are different styles. So the base of every one of my meal plans is always vegan. It's always vegan. So it starts out at vegan. And then you see this list of other things. You, I list the eggs that you can have in the amount. And then I list your meats here so you can add back this list. So that's how it lists outs. Not only is that is every, it all has the calorie counts beside it. So, and when I say that is, I actually put recipes in because I'm a cook. I like to cook. Kita Richards: I like to cook. And I don't like eating the same. So recipes come with all my meal plans. So basically if I'm telling you that I want you to eat this, I'm actually giving you the recipe to eat it. Vince Ferguson: To eat it. Kita Richards: So you can meal prep. You can be able to meal prep that. But then for those who say, well, I don't have time because you have all these options. There is also those quick items. You can go get your frozen vegetables and you just do some roasted vegetables. Or if you out, I even help you if you're eating out. We discuss how to eat out. What do I choose? What's a good choice. I found that if people understand their choices, they can make better choices. Vince Ferguson: Better choices. Kita Richards: My thing is, I like to be your guide, but I want you to walk away from me with knowledge to be empowered. So I do give you the meal plan, but there's so many instructions even in inside of the app. I think I would walk over and show you my board. My board tells you the different vegetables that can help you detox your liver, because I want you to learn it. I want you to walk away with knowledge because here's what I'm thinking. I'm thinking to myself, if you walk away with that knowledge, not only will it impact your life, it impacts now your family life. And now it impacts the next generation. Because I have a family, and I want you, not only my client to be healthy, I want them to be impactful within their environment. Kita Richards: Because like you said before, there's so many. There's diabetes, there's blood pressure problems. How do you come at that? We can come out at it one person at a time, but I get that. I can touch you. But even if I'm touching you, then what you do is you touch your family. And then your family will touch other people, and it grows from there. I think that's the only way that we're ever going to be healthy as a community. Vince Ferguson: Hmm. Awesome. Yes. Most definitely. Educate the community and share that knowledge, share that love. And now obviously I can talk forever with you because you have so much knowledge and wisdom to share, but I want a couple more things that I just one to ask you. Because you're so busy, you have two facilities there and you're working with people, how do you manage your family life and your business? Because you have a spouse. So that's and four kids. Kita Richards: And four kids. Vince Ferguson: How do you do it? Kita Richards: So I'm going to let you in on how I manage. First of all, how I manage my personal relationship. My personal relationship with my spouse. We actually have one day one, well, we have dinner. We decide, he actually asks me, when do I have time to have dinner? So we try to have dinner once a week together. Vince Ferguson: Once a week? Kita Richards: Yeah. Once a week dinner without the kids, we try to go out without the, we go out. This is ours. Dinner and maybe a movie or something. We have a date. We have to have that. On the date, I disconnect unless it's the kids trying to contact me or grave emergency, then my focus is not outside of that. It wasn't, and I'm going to be honest with you. I'm going to be honest with you. It wasn't like that before, because trying to be a business owner, sometimes you can get out of balance, and I've been out of balance. Kita Richards: So this helps balance the scale. It tells your spouse or it tells that significant other, that you are important. So this time it's dedicated to us. And so I try to make sure that I do that. For my kids, they're all grown. And it's amazing. We actually have what's called a group chat. And so everybody's in this group chat on their phones. It's message. We have it on Facebook, and then we have it on our phones. We have chat, we talk to each other. We have our own little group text every morning. And I don't know if somebody did it this morning, someone says good morning. And we are all over the place. So my daughter, like I said, is in Korea, and she's military. So she may be anywhere, but we have this chat and it says good morning. Kita Richards: And at least a couple times a week, because I write affirmations every morning. I send over affirmation to my family. And I send over my affirmation to my clients to just remind them to be the best version of them. But also to say, I love you. And everybody piggybacks inside of that for my family. So whatever is happening within the family, we actually can pick up the phone and just text and we are all in the same space at that time. Kita Richards: And so we do that, and about every week or so, we do FaceTime each other. And oh yeah I have grands by the way, I have grands. So we do FaceTime with everybody and that's how I manage having the kids. So we feel close even though we are in different cities. We feel close. We feel that close and we reach out to each other via that. So I have that with them. And then with each of them, I have my own little, like the girls in the family because I have three girls. We only have our own little group thing. Also we have that. And then we have the whole thing. And then they have the sibling chat where it's only the- Vince Ferguson: The kids. Kita Richards: So that's how we manage it. Vince Ferguson: That's how you manage. Kita Richards: So that's how I manage my personal. And so that makes sense to me with technology. It just makes sense to, but it makes them feel as though they are important as well. Vince Ferguson: Which they are. But what about self-care when it comes to you? Kita Richards: I'm big on self-care. I'm big on that one. Vince Ferguson: Make time for that? What do you do? Kita Richards: I make time for myself. So one of the things that I do, and all my clients know it here. One of the things I do is I rise. My clock goes off at 3:45 AM. Vince Ferguson: Really? What? Kita Richards: Yes. I know. It goes off at 3:45 AM. And one thing that happens at 3:45 is I wake up, and I always listen to some type of meditation. I always brighten up the day. That's how I wake up. That's my time. And when I'm sitting there or when I'm laying there, I don't focus on being awake because I have other alarms. My alarm rings again at 4:43. Now if I wake all the way up, that's fine. I wake up. But if I don't wake all the way up at that 4:43 AM, I go into my own meditation. That's my time. That's my time to pour into me. And then about 5:25, because at that time I get up, I do about 15 minutes of that. I get up and I'm getting dressed, I'm moving around. Kita Richards: And, but those are my moments. That's my morning moments. That's my time to be filled up because I want to feel joy, and peace and love so that when I get in the gym at 6:20, at about 6:15 because that's when our class start. I want to already be present, and that's what I do to get present. So that's my first thing. At night I disconnect. Everybody knows it. At a certain time at night, I literally pull the plug on everybody else. That is my time, and I take that time for myself. And it's usually a little later at night. I take the time for myself where I may read a book. I may be reading or listening to something. I may decide that I just want to watch something. I don't watch a lot of TV, but I may decide I want to watch something. Kita Richards: And I just spent that moment doing that. So that's how I run that. And then on Fridays, I never work a full day on Fridays. I told people that. I don't care. I've had people to tell me, can I get a session with you? Can you open up this? I'm like, no, no. On Fridays, I'm done. When I get done, I'm done, and I'm done until Monday. I'm done until Monday. I'll chat with them. I'll chat with people within texts and stuff like that. But I'm done. I'm done. Even if it's a business call, it's got to be an emergency. It's going to wait until Monday. So I do that. And then Wednesday, you catching me here on a Wednesday. Wednesday is very important too, because Wednesday is also my slow day because I'm back and forth to Greenville on most days. Kita Richards: But Wednesday is the day that I don't go to Greenville. I normally stop about 10:00, and I don't start back until about 4:20. And that time, if I want to have a hair appointment, my nails done, I want to have a massage, if I want to just lay in the floor and think about nothing. That's really, truly my time. And I spend it well. My husband will even tell you, everybody knows my schedule because they will tell you. And some people are so afraid of hurting other people's feelings, but I can be really, really blunt. My thing is hurting myself first is not what you want to do. So I tell people, create a space and an atmosphere that's conducive to your growth. Sometimes that requires me to set boundaries. This is my time. And then you have to say it is okay to have it because you are worthy of it. And that's the way I feel. I feel that I am worthy of time. The same value I give to everyone else, I give to myself. Vince Ferguson: Yourself. Beautiful. Very well put. I couldn't have said it better because that's not my reality. That's yours, but that is beautiful. Now how can my listeners and viewers find out more about you, Kita Richards. Kita Richards: I'm so easy to contact. You can always go to my website, which is www.sherocks.fit. and message me there. Or you can hit me up even on the other one, which is a www.bornherofitness. You can get that one, bornherofit.com. And if you message you'll get me again or you can just do what's easy. Hit me up on Facebook. It's Kita Richards. Instagram is Killa_Kita. They gave me that name. I didn't do it. My clients gave me that name. Vince Ferguson: Really? Killer. Kita Richards: You can do that as well. I'm so easy to contact that. It's really strange. And I try my best really to answer people's questions. I have a certain time of day that I just sit down, and I just start to text other people. So I'm very easy. I'm very easy to contact. And I always say too, if you ever, because I believe we're all interconnected. So I try to always give my best to those who are trying to contact me. Vince Ferguson: Very good. Very good. Kita Richards. So on behalf of Body Sculpt of New York, that's my nonprofit program and Six Weeks of Fitness. I truly want to thank you for coming on this show today. Kita Richards: Well thank you for having me. Thank you so much. And can I say one more thing to your listeners? Vince Ferguson: Please. Kita Richards: I just want to remind people that always strive to be the best version of you. That's going to mean you got to take time for yourself. You got to love yourself properly. You got to show every part of you, your bodies, you got to show your body up. Yeah, it's going to fade away. Here's the thing. Once you take care of your body, your mental, your spirit, and you feed it properly, then that produces not only fruit, but it also produces seed. And when that seed, and when you talk, and we become peaceful, when that seed in your voice begin to flow on other people's thoughts. And then they get to produce seed. So remember that you are impactful in your environment, and you're never out of the wrong season. You're always in the divine timing, and there are really no true mistakes. There are only purposes. So just remind yourself that you are being the best version of you. And today is a good day But guess what? Tomorrow, your tomorrow will be even better. And the day after would be better than that. So just keep going, being your very best self. Vince Ferguson: Wow. Awesome. Beautiful. Beautiful. To my listeners and viewers. I truly hope this program was informative, encouraging, and I know it was inspiring and that you will continue tuning in to my Six Weeks of Fitness podcast. And if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for the show, please leave them in the comment section below, and don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any future episodes. And remember you don't stop exercising because we grow old. We grow old because we stop exercising.

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TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 123:43


This week Ken welcomes long time friend, current host of the UncleBoi Show on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSdtI-YDimtM3MJ2ew62ETA) and former Tommy Somerville, Tommy Hardy to the show. Ken and Tommy discuss the great Northern exodus of the 90s Boston Punk scene to Salem, MA, selling punk records, The Smiths, how everyone craves love and attention, Ken's informal war with Glen Danzig, seltzers, Amerika!, Sweeps Week, being a reformed Republican, WWF LJN Figures, cigarette ads, Kraft, Cheese just CHEESE, having a babysitter, having cable in your room, Headbangers' Ball, Sidekicks, the 80s Martial Arts boom, how odd having Animotion's Obsession as the theme song for Saturday Night's Main Event was, cheap wrestling magazines, Killer Kowalski, The Boston Garden, Roddy Piper's status as a favored nation, Ravishing Rick Rude, Young Blood, Blue Collar Boston, internet trolls, 1947, Candid Camera, porno drive-in theaters, Medford, mobbed up Boston, Cheers, how perfect Cliff Clavin is, The Wizard, David Rapaport, Ken's dream of 1970s set Ghost Rider, how the fact that The Incredible Hulk TV series somehow worked gave us awful Marvel media for decades, Dr. Strange, Captain America, Reb Brown's Captain America, Wizard Magazine, Vertigo, Dark Horse Comics, the alternative universe where David Lynch makes Return of the Jedi and Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Dr. Fate, Mike Nesmith's television parts, DC Cab, TV56, Swamp Thing, It's Gary Shandling's Show, Alex Rocco, and the terrible way Johnny Carson treated the great Joan Rivers.

We Love the Love
Rebecca (1940)

We Love the Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 68:14


We're dreaming of Manderley again as we take a look at the tortuous romance of Alfred Hitchcock's 1940 adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's gothic romance Rebecca. Join in as we discuss du Maurier's controversial life, Joan Fontaine's performance as the unnamed protagonist, Mrs. Danvers, and gambling at sea. Plus: How did Hitchcock limit the interference of producer David O. Selznick? What changes did the Production Code office demand be made from the book during adaptation? And, most importantly, what happened to the Chuck E. Cheese robot band? Make sure to rate, review, and subscribe! Next week: Keeping the Faith (2000) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/we-love-the-love/message

I Like To Like Things
Patreon - Our Favorite Is...Cheese Edition!

I Like To Like Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 11:30


We're releasing some of our Patreon Content to assuage the sting of the show ending. Enjoy!

The Healthy Rebellion Radio
Bastardization of the Scientific Method, Brain Fog, Baby Veganism Danger | THRR098

The Healthy Rebellion Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 50:22


Make your health an act of rebellion. Join The Healthy Rebellion Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: Why the Bastardization of the Scientific Method Is so Dangerous One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It's simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we've been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” ― Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark   Podcast Questions:   1. Brain Fog [30:01] Ryan says: Hi Rob, I've been noticing more over the past few years the phenomenon of brain fog. It seems to most often set in after eating breakfast which is a rotation of Eggs, Sausage, and Cheese with the occasional bread and Oatmeal. Plain eggs is the most frequent breakfast. My question is: Are there other foods besides gluten known to cause this fatigue/fogginess (like eggs and dairy) and how long does it typically take to set in? Most mornings when I experience the fogginess it is accompanied by an irritable mood. Important to note that this was never an issue until after high school when my diet changed to include significantly less breads, often going a week or more between consuming glutens and obviously getting older too. Thanks P.S Maybe I see you at Costco sometime.   2. The Next Generation - Veganism [35:32] Janeen says: A topic I do not hear addressed much is that with veganism on the rise, what is going to happen to the children born to vegans?  I have a friend who is an RN and is an internationally certified lactation consultant (or some such title) and she says the babies of vegans are smaller, have lower APGAR scores, do not seem to thrive as well as non-vagan babies. But this type of information never makes it to the news. Those babies were denied so much nutrition while developing, and once born, the mother's breast milk is less than ideal.  Will these kids not be able to reach their full potential despite the lack of nutrients that was in their diets? Our 32 year old daughter has been a vegan for 4 years or so and is about to get married. She believes the vegan line that it is a perfectly fine diet.  I have a degree in anthropology and there has never been a healthy vegan society since we came down from the trees.  My daughter does not believe me.  I am and NTP, all I know about nutrition is wrong, according to her. She feels my course was taught by pro-meat eaters and therefore they had an agenda. What will happen to our society if there are not enough intelligent people left to do be able to make the hard, philosophical decisions that need to made to keep this ship floating?   Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT. Proper hydration is more than just drinking water. You need electrolytes too! Check out The Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor LMNT for grab-and-go electrolyte packets to keep you at your peak! They give you all the electrolytes want, none of the stuff you don't. Click here to get your LMNT electrolytes Transcript: For the transcript for this episode, go to it's blog page here: https://robbwolf.com/2022/01/14/bastardization-of-the-scientific-method-brain-fog-baby-veganism-danger-thrr098/

Yahoo Sports College Podcast
2021 Cheese Grater Awards, Pete Thamel hits the transfer portal

Yahoo Sports College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 85:33


All good things must come to an end, they say. Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI's Pat Forde are together for one final show before Pete heads to ESPN... The trio breaks down the latest on the expanded playoffs and the QB transfer portal before putting a cap on the football season with our year-end awards show. Pat and Dan will be back next week, so don't go anywhere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wine Road: The Wine, When, and Where of Northern Sonoma County.
Wildhaven Sonoma Glamping Co-founder and Owner Ken Barber

Wine Road: The Wine, When, and Where of Northern Sonoma County.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 27:53


Wine Road Podcast Episode 141 Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery Episode 141 | Wildhaven Sonoma Glamping Co-founder and Owner Ken Barber Ken Barber of Wildhaven Sonoma tells us all about the awesome luxury camp tent glamping experience that connects you to nature and deep relaxation along the Russian River. We sip on bubbles form West Wines and introduce a new segment—Fast Five!— Five ingredient recipes from our winery and lodging members. Plus our Book of the Day – Sparkling Wine for Modern Times and Item of the Day –Ridely's Cheese and Wine Jigsaw Puzzle. Wine of the Day: West Wines Seafoam Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut Sparkling Wine Book of the Day: Sparkling Wine for Modern Times by Zachary Sussman NEW! Fast Five: Elisabeth Miller from Dutton Estate Winery Item of the Day: Ridely's Cheese & Wine Jigsaw Puzzle Podcast Sponsor – Ron Rubin Winery SHOW NOTES 1:02 Wine of the Day—West Wines Seafoam Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut Sparkling Wine 1:35 Ken tells us all about how Wild Haven Sonoma glamping came to be and his backstory. Wildhaven provides everything you need for a luxury camping experience in an awesome location along the Russian River. 11:50 Ken's recommendations for where to go and what to do in Sonoma 15:00 Wildhaven Sonoma makes it easy to get out in nature no equipment to buy or store and the campground plus it is  a “Covid friendly” option with spacing 15 feet between all the glamping tents. Tent accommodations are also available with bunk beds set ups that are great for families. 17:00 Ken loves and appreciates the connection to nature in Sonoma County and the variety of opportunities to experience nature in diverse ways. 19:09 Visit the the Wildhaven Sonoma website for answers to all your glamping questions. Check it out for your next visit to the wine road. 20:15 Fast Five our new segment with five ingredient dishes fromm our winery and lodging members and local chefs. Today's Fast Five is from Elizabeth Miller at Dutton Estate Winery with the Apple Cider Mule Cocktail. Apple Cider Mule Cocktail Ingredients: 1-Vodka 2-Ginger Beer 3-Simple Syrup 4-Dutton Estate Hard Apple Cider 5-Apple Garnish Directions: Start with the Vodka, then add the ginger beer and a little simple syrup and then add the special ingredient the Dutton Estate Hard Apple cider and garnish with a slice of our local Gravenstein apple or garnish of your choice. 22:20 Wine Book of the Day—Sparkling Wine for Modern Times: A Drinker's Guide to the the Free Wheeling World of Bubbles by Zachary Sussman 23:25 Item of the Day-- Cheese & Wine Jigsaw Puzzle by Ridley's – Want the puzzle? Be the first to email Beth at beth@wineroad.com for a chance to get the puzzle. 24:45 Listeners from all over the country wrote to Beth for the free RePour giveaway so pay attention to the podcast for more giveaways. 25:48 NEW-- Featured Podcast Listeners – Introducing Our new segment staring YOU! Have you been to the Wine Road in the last Year? We want to share what you liked with out listeners, from favorite wineries; restaurants or even secret hikes you discovered. Tell us all about your experience and we will read selected letters and share your first name and location on the show. Send a note to beth@wineroad.com and tell her what you loved about your visit to the Wine Road. Show Links Wildhaven Sonoma West Wines Lake Sonoma Riverfront Regional Park Healdsburg Open Space Mr. Moon's Levin and Co. Bookstore El Farolito El Sombrero Auto Camp Russian River Airstream Trailers Cheese and Wine Puzzle Sparkling Wine for Modern Times by Zachary Sussman Dutton Estate Winery Podcast Sponsor: Ron Rubin Winery -- https://ronrubinwinery.com/ Wine Road https://www.wineroad.com Wine Road Podcast Instagram -- @wineroadpodcast Beth Email-- beth@wineroad.com Credits: The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/  

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
Chuck E. Cheese forever

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 17:32


How the hell does a chain based on an orphaned mouse who plays in a band survive and thrive? Very carefully. Today, we'll talk to L.A. Times business reporter Samantha Masunaga about the company, and we'll hear from its new chief executive about everything Chuck E. Cheese, including its infamous animatronic band.More reading:How do you make a 44-year-old animatronic rodent appeal to today's kids? Chuck E. Cheese unveils a new look for its mousy mascotListen to Chuck E. Cheese's Spotify playlist

The BBQ Central Show
The 2022 Smithfield Grant Program Winners Are…We Also Play a Double Game of “Cheese or Font”!

The BBQ Central Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 58:30


(January 11, 2022 - Hour Two) 10:14pm - For the past 6 years, Smithfield fresh pork has run their "Grant Program" to help in the overall payout of the contests it supports. In 2022, the Smithfield Grant Program is back for its 7th year and will be supporting 24 events over the course of 2022. Joining me in the 2nd hour to talk about the program and also reveal (EXCLUSIVELY ON THE SHOW) which contests received the grants, is Associate Brand Manager, Jessica Efland! This will be Jessica's first time on the show, so we will get a bit of background on her, how she got involved with Smithfield, what Smithfield looks for in potential grant recipients, if there will be a "Committed Cooks Program" in 2022 and much more! If you are one of the hundreds of contests that applied for this grant, be sure to tune in tonight to see if you got one!! By the way, did you know Smithfield is offering you a chance to win FREE BACON FOR A YEAR??? HERE is the link to enter...Good luck! BBQ Central Show Sponsors! The BBQ Guru Big Poppa Smokers Green Mountain Grills Cookin Pellets Fireboard Smithfield The Pit Barrel Cooker The Butcher Shoppe - Save 10% When You Mention "The BBQ Central Show" Primo Grills Yoder Smokers David Leans / DoWellness - GET FIT for 1 Year for $2,300 Patreon Ad-Free Podcast Feed

Musicals with Cheese Podcast
#175 - Pokémon Live (feat. Il Neige)

Musicals with Cheese Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 90:21


"You and me and Pokémon..." Grab your Poke-balls and training cards because this week we're joined by Garrett Snook aka Il Neige to talk about Pokémon Live! -- an unhinged episode to go alongside an unhinged show! Give it a listen! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram Email us at musicaltheatrelives@gmail.com Merch!! Jess Socials Jess on Twitter Jess on Instagram Andrew Socials Andrew on Instagram Andrew on Twitter Brianna Socials Brianna on Twitter Brianna on Instagram Use our Affiliate Link Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Little bedtime stories
Cheese puff pillow

Little bedtime stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 7:10


Crunchy crunchy

Dale & Keefe
Gresh & Keefe - Getting Bills fans to Take the Cheese

Dale & Keefe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 8:47


Gresh and Keefe workshop more ways to get Bills fans to over react by Taking the Cheese.

Dale & Keefe
Gresh & Keefe - Kendrick Perkins is now calling out Celtics fans!

Dale & Keefe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 42:27


Hour 2: Gresh and Keefe tackle a few different questions during What If Wednesday before getting into Kendrick Perkins calling out Celtics fans.  Then the guys try once again to get Buffalo Bills fans to Take the Cheese.

Take Your Territory with Jamie Rohrbaugh

How often do we appreciate the gifts that we received from God? Or do you find yourself being asked if you want "cheese with that whine" because of complaining? In this episode, Jamie encourages you to thank and acknowledge the Lord for all the blessings He gives us, no matter how big or small. Scripture References: Psalm 107 Book products mentioned in this episode: Your Prophetic House (printed book) Your Prophetic House EBOOK (printable PDF) Donations links: Donation via Gumroad Donation via Paypal Follow us at www.FromHisPresence.com or www.OverNotUnder.com We pray these resources will be a blessing to you!

Ghosts-n-Heauxs
Six Hours of Sleep and a Cheese Coma

Ghosts-n-Heauxs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 91:03


 Wednesday y'all! Danielle covers the mysterious Lady of the Dunes and in a follow up to last week, Zee shares Washington's forgotten serial killer, Warren Leslie Forrest. Stalk us here!Twitter - ghostsnheauxsInstagram - ghosts_n_heauxsFacebook - GhostsnHeauxsPodcastAnd don't forget to send your stories to ghostsnheauxs@gmail.com

FFT Podcast
Episode 78 "Hold The Cheese"

FFT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 57:22


The guys have an open and honest conversation about being jealous sending food back at a restaurant dealing with disrespect and much more

Dale & Keefe
Gresh & Keefe - Finding ways for our friends in Buffalo to Take the Cheese

Dale & Keefe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 12:45


Gresh and Keefe workshop takes and headlines to get our friends in Buffalo to Take the Cheese ahead of Pats vs Bills.

Dale & Keefe
Gresh & Keefe - Grading the Bill Belichick's offseason free agent signings

Dale & Keefe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 46:15


Hour 2: Gresh and Keefe break down Bill Belichick's offseason free agent signings after a full season with the Patriots.  The guys also touch on the Celtics and how even at the halfway point, no one feels any kind of confidence in this team. Then the show tries to find ways to get Buffalo to Take the Cheese.

Cutting the Curd
We Made It! New Year New Season, a Review of 2021, and a Forecast of Trends for 2022

Cutting the Curd

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 45:05


On today's episode of Cutting the Curd, our host team of Cara, Carlos, and Jess talk about last year's realizations and next year's possible trends. Also, is anyone going to FFS Vegas?? Happy NEW Year!!Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cutting the Curd by becoming a member!Cutting the Curd is Powered by Simplecast.

Best of Roula & Ryan
Try It Tuesday: Macaroni & Cheese and Hot Dogs

Best of Roula & Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 10:44


You've heard us play the sound clip hundreds of times but today, we actually try it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Free Beer and Hot Wings: Free Clip of the Day
Free Clip of the Day: Mean Tweets Kelly Cheese Edition

Free Beer and Hot Wings: Free Clip of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 13:22


On today's show, we looked back at the mean Tweets that came in when Kelly first started on the show. For the whole podcast, as well as a ton of other exclusive perks, sign up to be a Fancy Idiot at FreeBeerAndHotWings.com! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Top Flight Time Machine
Life Logistics - Twin Cheese

Top Flight Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 28:31


Half a hammock, Comfort Monthly, arm-sleeping, and parcel etiquette. (Rec: 13/4/21) Join the Iron Filings Society: https://www.patreon.com/topflighttimemachine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Kottke Ride Home
Mon. 01/10 - Deep Space Tardigrades

Kottke Ride Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 14:40


Scientists are working on a plan to shoot tardigrades into interstellar space on lasers. Plus, the James Webb Space Telescope is so-far going better than anyone had dared to imagine. And alpaca's favorite new year snack: Christmas trees.Sponsors:Indeed, Get a free $75 sponsored job credit at Indeed.com/goodnewsLendtable, Use code KOTTKE at Lendtable.com to get an extra $50 added to your Lendtable balanceLinks:Scientists Want to Send Tardigrades to Distant Stars With Massive Lasers (Vice)Sending Life to the Stars (The UCSB Current)All hail the Ariane 5 rocket, which doubled the Webb telescope's lifetime (Ars Technica)Even NASA Seems Surprised by Its New Space Telescope (The Atlantic)Bad Astronomy | James Webb Space Telescope ready to begin testing components (Bad Astronomy, Syfy Wire)In a Truly Historic Milestone, JWST Has Been Successfully Deployed! Now What? (Science Alert)Louth alpaca farmer delighted at Christmas tree donations (RTÉ)The weird reason why alpacas and goats love Christmas trees (Suffolk Live)Arby's new sandwich is so spicy it comes with a free shake (CNN)Best Deals During National Pizza Week 2022 (Thrillist)05/20/2020 episode about Chuck E. Cheese's ghost kitchen & character lore (Kottke Ride Home)Kottke.OrgJackson Bird on TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

beep beep lettuce
TEASER Bonus #145 - Min/Maxing The Cheese Caves

beep beep lettuce

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 6:36


John takes us deep inside the decades-long conspiracy between Big Cheese and the US government              to hear the full episode and many more, check out our patreon at patreon.com/beepbeeplettuce

Musicals with Cheese Podcast
150th Episode Trivia Contest! (feat. Emily Clark & Brent Black)

Musicals with Cheese Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 129:35


One of my favorite recording sessions of 2021, where Emily Clark quizzed the Musicals with Cheese team with Brent Black to see who really knows the most Musical Trivia! Come listen and join the fun! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices