The men's and women's golf competitions at the Olympic Games took place over the past couple of weeks, with Xander Schauffele and Nelly Korda earning gold medals for the United States. The action from Tokyo was fun to watch, but we couldn't help but wonder if it could be even more exciting. So Andy Johnson called up Kevin Van Valkenburg (@KVanValkenburg), a senior writer for ESPN, and talked with him about what Olympic golf gets right and what it could do better. They also commiserate about the Chicago Bears' quarterback woes, if you're into that kind of thing. Make sure to check out Kevin's outstanding piece on taking his daughter to see Simone Biles at the Olympic gymnastics trials.
“There is no face of menopause. Why are there no celebrities and personalities out there really promoting menopause? It's not a one comment conversation. It is not a one-time acknowledgement issue. It's not a fad. This is a fact of life. And there's nobody willing to take it on because frankly, I think they, it makes them feel old past their prime. Unfuckable. I don't care about that. Someone who has been in the public eye needs to start fighting to not normalize this conversation, but to optimize this conversation.” Stacy London I am so excited about this conversation I got to have with Stacy London around her menopause journey, aging, her business, The State of Menopause, relationships and what it means to be a white Ally in normalizing menopause for all people. Like many people who are familiar with Stacy's career, I have been a long time fan of her aesthetic and the energy she brings to her craft. It was a breath of fresh air to realize that the energy she exudes on camera--a strong wit, curiosity, honesty, a sharp mercurial mind, thoughtful and being smart as shit, holds true in what we call "real life". Stacy London is one of America's foremost style experts. She is best known as the co-host of TLC's iconic show, “What Not to Wear.” Following that success, she hosted and executive produced 3 seasons of “Love Lust or Run.” Stacy has written two books, Dress Your Best, which was published to stellar reviews, and The Truth About Style, a New York Times bestseller. In 2020, she hosted a podcast discussing mental health, Could Be Better, tbh, in collaboration with the Crisis Text Line and The Jed Foundation (JED). In 2021, Stacy became the founder and CEO of State of Menopause, a holistic product line for women which addresses the symptoms associated with menopause and perimenopause. In this new phase of her career, Stacy is doing what she has done her entire career as a stylist: help people from suffering silently, raise their confidence and self-esteem by alleviating external symptoms, and removing the shame that surrounds them. Stacy's symptoms started around age 47. She experienced every single symptom associated with menopause from body aches and insomnia to memory loss and mood swings. She thought she was going crazy and even consulted a therapist to see if she had Alzheimer's disease. Over the last five years, Stacy has been creating and pitching content and stories about women in their 40s but consistently was told that ‘it wasn't sexy' and no one would watch. When she was approached to be a beta-tester for this product line, it finally felt like a brand was talking to her. The opportunity to take over the company was her way of pivoting in middle age to speak to and evangelize the audience she was told she could not reach in any other way. As CEO of SOM, Stacy is doing what she has done her entire career as a stylist: help people from suffering silently, raise their confidence and self-esteem by alleviating external symptoms, and removing the shame that surrounds them. And that's why, when she got the chance, she went from being one of a hundred peri-menopausal beta-testers for these products to running the company. There are a lot more cool conversations and programming coming your way from BGG2SM and State of Menopause, so stay tuned! To learn more about Stacy London and the State of Menopause, click https://www.stateofmenopause.com/ To learn more about The Black Girl's Guide to Surviving Menopause, click https://blackgirlsguidetosurvivingmenopause.com/ To become a Patron of BGG2SM via our Patreon, click https://www.patreon.com/blackgirlsguidetomenopause
ESPN's Adam Schefter thinks the Eagles can surprise people this year, and sees one particular player having a "Monster year." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Good afternoon beautiful people! Thank you for listening! In today's episode, we recap what we talked about in yesterday's podcast and I go a little deeper into how you can empower the people around you, no matter what their relation to you. We need to be more intentional about fostering an environment where children grow up having a strong hold of who they decide they are. It's our job as parents, guardians, etc. to educate ourselves to set our little ones up for success. Don't we want to help create a better world for our children and their children? Why would we not? I look forward to the next time we chat! Love you all! -Jess --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/liftingvoiceswithjessica/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/liftingvoiceswithjessica/support
Grass is Greener syndrome, imposter syndrome, and comparison syndrome. In this episode we discuss the idea that there is always something better that we're missing out on, the importance of rest, and the Be, Do, Have Model, and how to let go of judgement.
Jordan talks about the reds as they huddle around .500 at 16-16 and why it could be worse but also could be a lot better. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Pain and health psychologist Dr. Rachel Zoffness joins to discuss a biopsychosocial approach to treating and managing pain. Book for kids is here Adult book is here Follow Dr. Zoffness on Twitter @drzoffness Follow Dr. Zoffness on Instagram @TheRealDocZoff Dr. Ahmar Zaidi on Twitter Dr. Michael Callaghan on Twitter BloodStream Media For all inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: Cheat Codes) Subscribe to and rate Cheat Codes Subscribe to and rate The BloodStream Podcast Subscribe to and rate The Ask The Expert Podcast Subscribe to and rate BloodStream Journeys Connect with BloodStream Media: Find all of our bleeding disorders podcasts on BloodStreamMedia.com BloodStream on Facebook BloodStream on Twitter
In this episode of Sound+Doctrine, we’re looking at part 2 of the topic, “When Your Musicians Could Be Better.” Only this time, we’re asking that question about ourselves as leaders. What practical ways can we grow in our musicianship, what’s realistic, and how do we know when we’ve reached the peak of our abilities? Answers Read More
The Duke Of Edinburgh awards are changing and they want more Desis involved! As we were chatting about the DoE, it turns out that only one of us has actually taken part in it... Find out who! And also - Have you ever been brave (or stupid) enough to give your Mum some “constructive criticism” on her food? Is that a major no-no? Real issues like that and more in this weeks podcast! Enjoy!Tracklist: Roohi - Nadiyon PaarKuch Kuch Hota Hai - Kuch Kuch Hota HaiDr Zeus & Zora Randhawa - Gwandian Darshan Ravel - Do Din
In this episode, I got to talk with Carly Martinetti, the co-founder of Notably, a modern PR agency for high-growth companies that want to leverage earned media to scale quickly, raise serious capital, be acquired, or go public. She shares a story about fearlessness, getting yourself out of your comfort zone, and how to be more. She also talks about how she helps companies’ ideas of success turn into a good story by understanding their motivations behind growth. Dm me: @morewithmollie
John Nabors discusses how the Razorback basketball team will be better next year even if they don't have their team figured out just yet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Former Sens defenceman Marc Methot joins the show to discuss why the Sens could pass the Maple Leafs in a few years, the goalie controversy in the Leafs crease, tomorrow's game between the teams and more.
What if you or your musicians aren’t that talented musically? How do you encourage your musicians in what they’re good at and help them grow at the same time? How do you create a culture where feedback is expected and received? How do you graciously let a musician know they’re not skilled enough to be Read More
I’m just wondering if we are living in a heightened age of upset and this level of angst is all new - or have previous generations gone through this much agitation?Have we always railed against societal norms and demanded change and that’s actually how we’ve evolved as a civilized society?Have we always had this many grievances, but they’re just being flagged more now due to social media and the easy access to click on a petition and make a complaint? Or are we living in peak angst?Change.org, for example, currently has a petition for just about everything.Banning the little fish shaped plastic soy sauce containers, allowing coloured hair in schools, banning the felling of mature exotic trees, a petition to fly the aboriginal flag on the Sydney Harbour bridge all year round, a petition to help end LGBTQI and human rights abuses in Chechnya, a petition to change the chairs at Kuranui College to beanbags because, and I quote, “chairs suck”.A total of eight people have signed that one, FYI.Don’t get me wrong, I’m not averse to a petition, I’m just perplexed as to the focus for the change warriors these days. The outlets for angst seem to be vast.Almost everything is offensive now. There are huge movements to ‘cancel’ things like Dr Seuss books, TV shows like The Muppets and Fawlty Towers are deemed offensive, and people - Piers Morgan, anyone who says anything deemed unpopular, the Monarchy. It all now needs cancelling, apparently.And what’s interesting is these movements have traction and are often getting results.Which makes me wonder if some of the vitriol and momentum is misguided, and we could in fact be effecting change on a bigger scale.Yes, a lot of the grievances these days are worthwhile and change is being affected for the better, but what if some of these change crusaders focused on issues like, I don’t know, child sex trafficking? Paedophilia? Domestic violence? Poverty? Just to name a few.Could we not pour the same energy into making sure kids don’t go to school hungry, that we do into yelping about Piers Morgan?It seems a lot of the modern day angst is pitted against things or people which are relatively easy to gain a scalp on. If enough people sign a petition we might get a TV host off air. Wow, cool. Now what?Why are we not aiming higher from the get go?Let’s pour all that energy, venom and motivation for change into meaningful issues that plague all of us, not just people who may annoy a few of us.
Greg Cosell says that there's an argument to be made that Dak Prescott is a better quarterback than Russell Wilson right now. We get him on the show to explain himself, plus he discusses a few quarterbacks that the Seahawks could realistically look at in the later rounds of the draft. The Islanders have won seven in a row. More NHL news and highlights on the Power Play. The Mariners have partnered once against with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. to allow one young sports fan to run around the bases.
Drew Perkins talks with neuroscientist/educator/author, Jared Cooney Horvath, and Associate Director, Institute of Positive Education, David Bott, about their new book 10 Things Schools Get Wrong (and how we can get them right). Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: 10thingsbook.com Amazon: 10 THINGS SCHOOLS GET WRONG (and how we can get them right) @JCHorvath @davidbott The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 159 The Science Of Deeper Learning And Why We’re Not Doing More Of It The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 211 Updating Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs For Greater Student Potential Visit wegrowteachers.com for more info on workshops and services.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2oCgFf2cLs&feature=youtu.be I joined Jose Galison on "No Way Jose" to finish up a belated recap of 2020. We discuss the 2020 campaign trail, allegations of election fraud, Hunter Biden, internet censorship, "trusting the experts," the capitol occupation, and the dawn of the agorist internet. You won't want to miss this one. Follow Jose Galison: No Way, Jose! YouTube Channel No Way, Jose! Apple Podcasts The Liberty Movement YouTube Channel Episode 149 of the Liberty Weekly Podcast is Brought to you by: Subscribe Star Liberty Weekly Substack The Liberty Weekly Patreon Page: help support the show and gain access to tons of bonus content! Become a patron today! Become a Patron! The Liberty Weekly Amazon Affiliate Link Show Notes: "For A New Libertarian Golden Age: The dawn of the Agorist Internet" by: Patrick MacFarlane Liberty Weekly: Jane and Bernie Sanders and the Big Burlington Heist Ep. 15 Federal Definition of Incitement Federal Definition of Conspiracy Mark Passio: Demystifying the Occult Pt 2: Satanism & The Dark Occult 2021 and the Black Future Ep. 146 ft. Jose Galison --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/libertyweekly/support
-- A new US President; consumer confidence strong, but slips -- Counting the cost of the Early Access Super disaster -- Retail rises 20%... almost as a rule -- Citi says 'Brace for earnings beats' -- Afterpay sets new records… again! -- Man… Netflix! -- And we dip into the Fool mailbag! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is it, folks! Could Be Better is winding to a close after three years. In this bonus episode, Rob and J. say farewell, reminisce about some favorite moments, and share their final advice on home decor. Who will deride all-white interiors and Magnolia now? Who knows but we are sure someone will. Thanks to the thousands who have tuned in over the years, special thanks to the designers and magazine editors who supported us, and to hands-on help from Tim, Michael and Bob. Theme music was by Bensound.com. May your home and your garden be a little bit better than your neighbors' and your best friend's! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, James Cleary, Richard Berry and Marcus Craft gather in cyberspace to talk about all things motoring, including:The upcoming LandCruiser 300 Series - what we know, what you can expect, and why it might be better than you thinkThe fresh metal we've been driving this week, including: The Audi e-tron, Toyota HiLux Rugged X and the all new GR YarisPlus Muskwatch: This week the dear leader sends out holiday wishes and ruminates on the role of engineering in societyYou can get in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter (#CGPodcast) and Instagram, and let us know if you're convinced yet by the prospect of the 300 Series LandCruiser by emailing email@example.com
CF 153: Some Chiropractors Could Be Better Today we're going to talk about chiropractors, the subluxation – vitalistic group in our profession and we'll probably make some grumpy vitalistic enemies out of these chiropractors in the process. But first, here's that sweet sweet bumper music OK, we are back and you have found the Chiropractic Forward... The post Some Chiropractors Could Be Better appeared first on Chiropractic Forward.
72 come back after being pretty JAZZED about having authority over demons. Authority that had been allowed and authorized by the ultimate authority Himself, Jesus. He is the inventor of authority and invites us to share it in the home, in the politic, and in the workplace. perhaps it is fitting that He shares authority over demons too.How can they possibly be rebuked for that? Perhaps not exactly rebuked, but re-oriented. Jesus says there is something BETTER than that. This has to be about a better perspective.Rejoice not over that you have subjected the demons.DO REJOICE:that you get your name written in heaventhat you get to be rescuedthat you get MEthat you get this abundant life with me now and laterthat your name is in the BOOK OF LIFEListen and be re-oriented with these 72.
Today I talk about the dialogue and directing in books, television shows, and movies. I think that they are way too fake and I do not appreciate it! I also talk about meeting people online... friends and lovers. Let's discuss how to normalize this new way of connecting with others. I hope you love!!
Josh Cellars founder Joseph Carr describes entrepreneurship as walking the fine line between courage and stupidity. Although he admits to being more on the latter site, given the massive success of the wine brand it’s hard to argue that he hasn’t been on the right side. He’ll also admit, however, that he had to work harder than anyone to get his company to where it is today. Over the past decade Josh Cellars, which Carr launched in 2009 and named as a tribute to his father, has grown to become the number one premium wine brand in the U.S. and is projected to sell four million cases by the end of 2020. While Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits acquired the brand in 2012, Carr has continued to represent Josh Cellars as its founder and steward, along with that of sister company Joseph Carr Wines, a producer of handcrafted European-inspired wines. In an interview included in this episode, Carr spoke about how diligence and self-education were critical in turning his passion into a career and why he left a lucrative, cushy job to launch his own company. He also explained his definition of hard work and how Josh Cellars has articulated a positioning that is both premium and accessible. Show notes: 0:39: Interview: Joseph Carr, Founder, Josh Cellars & Joseph Carr Wines -- Carr spoke with Taste Radio editor Ray Latif about growing up as the son of a lumberjack and how hitchhiking across the country led him to California and the porchside tasting that sparked his passion for wine. He also spoke about why making a “personal commitment” to a career meant becoming fluent in wine and finance, how he quickly rose in the ranks to become the jetsetting president of an Australian wine company and how the events of 9/11 led to his decision to start his own company. Carr also discussed the critical role his late wife played in launching and developing Josh Cellars, why he pursued the negociant model of selling wine and why he urged entrepreneurs not to cash in their 401Ks. Later, he spoke about selling the first 1,000 cases of his wine out of the back of his trunk, how sales at a supermarket in New Hampshire was the first indication that Josh could be a big wine brand and how he won over industry influencers and gatekeepers. Brands in this episode: Josh Cellars, Joseph Carr Wines
Bobby and Maya breakdown another episode of Married at First Sight: New Orleans. They discuss what is the deal with Christina and Henry,and what they want Christina to do. They also examine Brett's relationship with money, especially with Olivia not being as "budget conscious" as he is. Finally, what does "Validation Station" mean to Miles, and did Woody manifest Amani? Join them in their Amelia-and-Bennett-like-fort, and enjoy this week's episode.
Welcome to a special episode of Could Be Better! In the September issue of Better Homes and Gardens, they featured rainbow-hued items as a trend in decor. (A little late for Pride month, but whatev.) That led us to a discussion about Pride flags, and the current debate between the traditional six-color Pride flag and more inclusive versions–the Philadelphia Pride flag, the Progress flag, et al. Here’s our full conversation about rainbows and Pride flags, unedited. And we’re projecting joy, projecting joy…Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/could-be-better. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It’s August 2020 and we’re back with another fact-filled episode of Could Be Better! Do you know what the watermelon emoji means? Do you know what color makes Rob go ga-ga for paint can lids? Can you guess what culinary tip J. has been keeping from Rob for years? What is the kids’ favorite song and parents’ least-favorite song? Find out the answers to all of these puzzlers in our August episode! Plus: more hot male gardeners, pickling with the gays, and defying the architecture of your house in your decor. So pour some big-batch rosemary lemonade (our signature cocktail, spiked of course), grab your magazine and read along with us! Music by Bensound.com and the Zinghoppers.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/could-be-better. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There are many good things in this life. We pursue them with joy, enthusiasm, even a degree of planning and care. The prudent person cares for that which they have earned and that which has been entrusted to them. We have professionals who help manage our wealth, CPAs and financial advisors. We invest time and money to maintain our money… making well thought out decisions to guard the earthly treasures we have earned. Sometimes we sacrifice a lot to protect investments. We will give nearly everything (our time, our talents, our sweat equity) to maintain our earthly treasures, things we can't take with us. There are many good things, but there is only one great thing! We can spend our entire life pursuing goals that are worthless, or even goals that are objectively good but not ours—or not Christ's goals for us. There is only one thing truly worth giving our invaluable lives for. The eternal love of Jesus Christ. What could be better?
It’s a summer surprise: not one but TWO episodes of Could Be Better! In Part Two of our July 2020 episode, we talk with award-winning interior designer, real estate expert and podcast host Paul Trudel-Payne. He hosts the awesome In Your Mind podcast, which we’ll be on in a few weeks. We review a section of the July 2020 issue of Better Homes and Gardens with him, talking paint can lids, the color green, Southwestern style, and some budget-friendly home updates. Whether we are into these things or not…well, listen and find out. We also talk about a non-binary backyard–because gender is over! Make sure to listen to Part One for our full opinion-packed tour through the magazine. Theme music by Bensound.com. Thanks again to Paul for joining us for a fun conversation!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/could-be-better. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Can 2020 possible get any worse? Of course! But there is still time for it to get better too!Lacey and Amy compare lists.. What would make this year better? And what would make it (sorry.. no jinxing) even worst? Ughhhhh. Don't worry.. It's mostly lighthearted.We wanna give a special thanks to this episode's sponsor! Invest good and fun reading habits with your kiddos now! Join the first book club for kids, with a very generous discount, by going to Literati.com/looselips.And we need all the healthy benefits we can get right now.. but what vitamins should you be taking? Go to TakeCareOf.com and take their online quiz to get vitamin suggestions specifically tailored to meet your needs. Be sure to use the code 'looselips50' at checkout for half off your first order!How are you holding up? Let us know on the socials. We love hearing from you! @looselipsandchildbearinghips, @looselipships, @kiddnationtoasterchronicals, @bettywhitehandtwin.You all be safe, take care, and hope to hear from you soon! Thank you so much for listening!
Can 2020 possible get any worse? Of course! But there is still time for it to get better too! Lacey and Amy compare lists.. What would make this year better? And what would make it (sorry.. no jinxing) even worst? Ughhhhh. Don't worry.. It's mostly lighthearted. We wanna give a special thanks to this episode's sponsor! Invest good and fun reading habits with your kiddos now! Join the first book club for kids, with a very generous discount, by going to Literati.com/looselips. And we need all the healthy benefits we can get right now.. but what vitamins should you be taking? Go to TakeCareOf.com and take their online quiz to get vitamin suggestions specifically tailored to meet your needs. Be sure to use the code 'looselips50' at checkout for half off your first order! How are you holding up? Let us know on the socials. We love hearing from you! @looselipsandchildbearinghips, @looselipships, @kiddnationtoasterchronicals, @bettywhitehandtwin. You all be safe, take care, and hope to hear from you soon! Thank you so much for listening! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With all of our technology today, that enables us to take on the phone and video chat, we still experience what our grandparents did before us. We miss having our loved ones, right here, right beside us, in our midst. We still haven’t figured out a way to have them come right through that phone and actually be with us in the room. That would be pretty amazing. But our Risen Savior, who overcame locked doors to be with the disciples is also able to with us, right now, in our midst and in our homes to bring us peace.
EP136: Could be Better, Could be Worse The resurrection is hard to believe. We require proof. Something people still struggle with. But you can’t believe in Jesus without believing in His death, burial and resurrection. There will be no hosted Easter dinner for the Hines’ House. Sheltering in place is still the right move. But, we are still connected to one another. What do you like to cook for Easter? Michael is bummed that he can’t find any red meat. TV watching is increasing incrementally with boredom. But wouldn’t you rather just listen to a podcast.
Meredith chats with the one and only Stacy London - television icon, gray-hair pioneer, author, stylist, consultant, and co-CEO of Small Beautiful Things. Stacy and Meredith talk about her television career, her new venture, what makes a perfect vintage dress, and how she thinks about secondhand fashion and her closet. Plus, you can listen to Stacy’s brand new podcast: Could Be Better, TBH. Stacy LondonCould Be Better, TBHSmall Beautiful ThingsMore on Stacy:Stacy London is one of America’s foremost style experts. She is best known as the co-host of TLC’s iconic show, “What Not to Wear.” Following that success, she hosted and executive produced 3 seasons of “Love Lust or Run.” Stacy has written two books, Dress Your Best, which was published to stellar reviews, and The Truth About Style, a New York Times bestseller. She is now the host of a new podcast discussing mental health, Could Be Better, tbh, in collaboration with the Crisis Text Line and The Jed Foundation (JED). She is also the curator of her own new venture selling collectible vintage objects, Small Beautiful Things. Stacy is currently working on a variety of other projects including one on inter-generational mentorship in the digital age and one on style and aging. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
ANNOUNCEMENT! A new podcast from Hueman Group Media. -- Could Be Better, tbh (with Stacy London) Talking about mental health is hard, but it doesn’t have to be a bummer. Crisis Text Line and The Jed Foundation (JED) want you to know that we’ve got your back and we’ll get through the hard sh*t (like depression, bullying, and self-harm) together. In this interview-style podcast about mental health, host Stacy London talks to celebrities and advocates who are using hope, kindness, and empathy to navigate life’s hardest situations. There are a lot of things in life that “Could Be Better, tbh." We're tackling the hardest parts of mental health and strategizing ways to make it better. This podcast is brought to you by Crisis Text Line and The Jed Foundation (JED). If you need support processing some of the show's difficult topics, please reach out for help by visiting www.crisistextline.org and www.jedfoundation.org. And, if you are in crisis, text PODCAST to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. Stay tuned — the first episode drops on March 2! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sincerelyhueman/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sincerelyhueman/support
Talking about mental health is hard, but it doesn’t have to be a bummer. Crisis Text Line and The Jed Foundation (JED) want you to know that we’ve got your back and we’ll get through the hard sh*t (like depression, bullying, and self-harm) together. In this interview-style podcast about mental health, host Stacy London talks to celebrities and advocates who are using hope, kindness, and empathy to navigate life’s hardest situations. There are a lot of things in life that “Could Be Better, tbh." We're tackling the hardest parts of mental health and strategizing ways to make it better. This podcast is brought to you by Crisis Text Line and The Jed Foundation (JED). If you need support processing some of the show's difficult topics, please reach out for help by visiting www.crisistextline.org and www.jedfoundation.org. And, if you are in crisis, text PODCAST to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. Stay tuned — the first episode drops on March 2!
On this month’s episode of Could Be Better, we indulge in some speech therapy practice as J. heads towards recovery from a brain hemorrhage. Can you say “editor’s letter” without blending the sounds together? We warm up with a ginger-liqueur cider but say “tag for hate” on another outdoor entertaining suggestion. We’re in for the chocolate spice cake skewers, though. There’s a lot of food in the February issue but we do have paint can lids in mint green. A less polarizing pastel? We decide. Also: indoor gardening, another white room, and a retro 1950s room straight out of the ’70s. Get your magazine, follow along and practice your speech therapy! Signature cocktail: ginger-pear cider warmer. Music by Bensound.com. Credits by Tim Lawton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
NFLer Marcus Smith II joined TSN 1040 to discuss mental health on Bell Let's Talk Day. He believes the talks around mental health have made great steps but could still improve. He also encourages athletes not too be scared to step forward and tell their story as it helped him.
A graphic designer was 18 years old when she decided to pack up and visit a couple 24 years her senior after meeting them on a "sugar daddy" website. Tony and Dr. Josh try to make heads-and-tails over this crazy story.
For some artists, if you have the freedom to make every creative choice — you won't make any choice at all. So you set limits on yourself as a challenge, and as a corrective to make sure your initial vision remains unobstructed. The success of The White Stripes is a prime example. Then other times, a force completely outside your control shuts off options and limits your choices for you, requiring you to operate within those new boundaries. The success of The White Stripes is a prime example. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app