We're back with our first episode of 2022 as we hurdle ever closer to the big TGI 500. We kick off the show with some holiday game discussions as Jocelyn purchased Skyrim again, leading to her playing a bunch of Elder Scrolls Online. Also Dead by Daylight appears to be having some balance issues. Ryan finished up Halo Infinite over the holidays, and managed to squeeze in some time with The Gunk, both on Xbox/PC Game Pass. Finally, Ryan has been enjoying the devilish delights of Rogue Lords. We forgo the news to discuss our most anticipated titles of 2022, including some honourable mentions.
Sam sat down to talk shop about our upcoming shows in Elko shows and catch up. We preview some of the stuff we have planned and ventured down a couple of rabbit holes. Theme Music Burnin' Daylight - Matt Wilson Featured Music High And Mighty - Colter Wall
Happy Friday! This week MB and Terry chat about Go (1999), Daylight (2013), Dark Mountain (2013), Horror in the High Desert (2021), Search Party season 5, and Exotica.Follow Mary Beth, Terry and the Podcast on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's episode Vic and Laura bring in the New Year with promises of being more organised and exciting additions to the podcast they're looking forward to starting....Next week.They extensively talking about dogging, the legality of it, if its just a nighttime job or if you could expect to see a man cock in hand in a lay by during the day. They're asking you, the audience to start voice clipping your confessions of weirdness from kinks, to awkward sexual encounters directly to them to step 2022 up a gear. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
February 10, 2022: Daylight and Darkness are equal today. Brilliant Venus, Mercury, and Mars are in the southeast before sunup. Jupiter and the bright moon are in the evening sky. This episode is also available as a blog post: 2022, February 10: Equal Daylight, Darkness, Four Bright Planets --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-l-hunt/support
My latest guest is Honorary Councillor - Barbara Snow - a widely respected and popular vocalist, trumpeter, pianist, composer and arranger, who has also established a significant reputation as an educator of some note. She now teaches the piano at Royal Russell School, Croydon. Barbara played trumpet in the live band for the debut tour in October 1983 - small venues in Europe as warm ups prior to bringing it over to the UK - also playing trumpet on the single version of My Ever Changing Moods and on the Café Bleu LP for four tracks - Me Ship Came In, Dropping Bombs on the Whitehouse, A Gospel and Headstart for Happiness. Barbara studied at the Royal Academy of Music, and has played in African, reggae and salsa bands; jazz and orchestral styles, and in between tours and recording has built up a teaching reputation with both piano and trumpet. She has devised a way to teach piano to very young children, which has been described as “revolutionary”. Find out more at PaulWellerFanPodcast.com Thanks for listening - make sure that you subscribe / follow and leave a review - and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee (£3) at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/shop
Sakamichi Brewing is located in Tachikawa, Tokyo. Each episode Daniel and Matthew (and sometimes guests) pick a beer or two from the menu and talk about it a bit. This week we drank some Saving Daylight, a citrus wheat ale from Virginia Beer - one of our favourite American breweries. We also picked a few listener questions from our inbox, chose some favourite memories from 2021, and looked forwards to 2022. Find us on Twitter at @sakamichi_beer Find us on Instagram at @sakamichibrewing Find us on Facebook at @SakamichiBrewing Music by Zen_Man from Pixabay
Festivus...a holiday started by Daniel O'Keefe as a protest against the commercialism and stress of the holiday season, immortalized by Seinfeld, and refreshed in my mind every year by Sen. Rand Paul. The main tenants of the celebration are the meal (eat beef), the aluminum pole (no decorations), the airing of grievances (I got a lot of problems with you people and now you're going to hear about it!) and the feats of strength. Here's my take on it all! Theme Music Burnin' Daylight - Matt Wilson Sponsors Tracie Morrison Custom Silver Hall's Rocky Mountain Jewelry SquareTop Leather & Design Greene's Reserve Cardomax Go Follow Jese Stetson Facebook YouTube Website Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Beer Fund Spotify Playlists Featured Music Playlist Requests Playlist
Leroy Garcia talks with Preston Singletary about his upcoming exhibition at the Museum of the American Indian opening January 28, 2022 “Preston Singletary: Raven and the Box of Daylight features works from internationally acclaimed artist Preston Singletary (Tlingit American, b. 1963), and tells the story of Raven, the creator of the world and giver of the stars, moon, and sun. Through an immersive, multisensory experience, Raven takes visitors on a journey of the transformation of darkness into light. In addition to Singletary's striking glass pieces, the exhibition features storytelling paired with original music, coastal Pacific Northwest soundscapes, and projected images.” (https://americanindian.si.edu/explore/exhibitions/item?id=976&utm_source=si.edu&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=exhibitions). … Blue Rain Gallery Pops-Up in Alexandria, VA during Preston Singletary's Exhibition Opening of “Raven and the Box of Daylight” at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian January 28 – February 1, 2022 The Alexandrian Hotel, Old Town Alexandria 480 King Street Alexandria, VA 22314 Hours: 10am - 6pm each day Blue Rain Gallery will feature a collection of Preston Singletary's glass sculpture in a special pop-up exhibition at the Alexandrian Hotel to compliment Preston Singletary's exhibition opening. Call the gallery at 505.954.9902 to find out about special receptions and discounted rates on lodging. https://blueraingallery.com/events … Available works by Preston Singletary: https://blueraingallery.com/artists/preston-singletary/view-all Preston Singletary at Blue Rain Print Shop: https://bluerainprintshop.com/collections/preston-singletary … Leroy on Artist with Brian Podcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1L3Mm4wZ3UT1ppcQUvgIKQ?si=c77815b964cc42f8 Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/artist-with-brian/id1478451890?i=1000543400421 Follow Artist with Brian Podcast on Instagram @artistwithbrian … Blue Rain Gallery Podcast Hosted by Leroy Garcia Produced by Leah Garcia Music by Mozart Gabriel Abeyta
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How much sunlight do we finally begin to gain sunlight in the afternoon? How far above average will be this week? What are our chances of a white Christmas this year? Answers to these questions, as well as the weekly weather preview on episode #65 of Obssessed With The Weather. Enjoy!
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Das Concerto Italiano hat Musik von Claudio Monteverdi aufgenommen und zwar Vokal- und Instrumentalmusik gleichermaßen aus allen Schaffensphasen von Monteverdi - vom polyphonen Frühwerk bis hin zu den späten Oper. "Daylight. Stories of Songs, Dances and Loves" heißt das Album.
In this episode, we follow up with Cullen and the production of his first feature film, the Hitchcockian thriller, Daylight Again.
On this weeks episode we blab about the following Games and topics: Whatcha Been Playing? Dark Souls: Remastered Battle Chasers: Nightwar Lego: Builders Journey News: Cross Platform / PC / Misc. Lord of the Rings studio, Weta, is making a game based on "major worldwide IP" Fortnite Chapter 2 wraps up next week with an in-game event called ‘The End' Former Bioware lead writer says the idea of a Mass Effect TV show ‘makes him cringe' A Marvel MMO is in development at DC Universe Online's developer Steam has broken the 27 million concurrent users mark US Congress Bill Could Be Used to Ban Console Scalper Bots Resident Evil 4 Remake Concept Art Allegedly Leaked By Wesker Voice Actor Hands On With Razer's Snapdragon G3x Handheld Gaming Device PlayStation Sony could be planning a PlayStation mobile controller, patent suggests Xbox Microsoft reveals letter from that time it failed to buy Nintendo Halo Infinite: it will soon take you six games to earn a battle pass level, instead of 20 Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers get monthly Halo Infinite double XP boosts PSA's: Epic Games Store Freebies: Dead by Daylight, while True: learn PlayStation Plus games for December: Godfall, Lego DC Super-Villains, Mortal Shell Free 4 All: Hawkeye Help support the show: - Subscribe to our Twitch channel http://twitch.tv/geekoholics - Use our Epic Creator Code: GEEKOHOLICS when purchasing items in Fortnite or buying games on the Epic Games Store - Please review the show (bit.ly/geekoholics) on Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and to share with your friends. Reviews help us reach more listeners, and the feedback helps us to produce a better show. Join our Discord server: CLICK HERE Don't forget to follow our Social Media Feeds to keep up to date on our adventures: Youtube TwitterInstagram Facebook Thanks for listening and have a great weekend! You can reach me on Twitter @RicF
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Sunday Night Compline for Advent Season, 2021 (posted November 28th, 2021). Deus in Adjutorium – "O God come to my assistance" Confiteor (Novus Ordo solemn tone) Hymn: "Te Lucis Ante Terminum" (In Avvento) St. Ambrose of Milan, "To You at Daylight's Boundary," tr. by John Rose and Sing the Hours ©2021 Psalm 91 Reading: Revelations 22:4-5 Responsory: Into your hands, Lord, I commend my spirit. (Advent tone from The Office of Compline, Weber, page 9) Canticle of Simeon: Luke 2:29-32 Concluding Prayer Benediction Alma Redemptoris Mater, Advent antiphon, Bl. Hermann Contractus 11th century English: “Kind one, the Ransomer’s Mother,” tr. by John Rose and Sing the Hours ©2021 The Liturgy of the Hours (Four Volumes), ©1974, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved. Readings and Old and New Testament Canticles (except the Gospel Canticles) are from the New American Bible © 1970 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington, D.C.
This episode is an IG live where I discuss the endo management habits that are a part of my everyday life and I pretty much couldn't live without! Now, it's definitely not as simple as ‘do these habits and your symptoms will be sorted', that's not what this live was about - this was just a little peak into some of my daily habits. When it comes to endo it's about understanding and treating/managing the root causes behind your symptoms and that will differ for every person. BUT these are habits that have profoundly changed my experience of endo, and I also see work wonders for clients. They are: Anti-inflammatory nutrition Blood sugar management Magnesium spray/baths Omega 3 fatty acid supplementation An extra good quality, evidence-backed anti-inflammatory supplement (quercetin, curcumin, glutathione, etc) Daylight in the mornings Underneath these it's also of course important to have the foundations of good health: Sleep Movement Stress management Good nutrition (but that's covered above) Stress management Hydration Connection/joy I also work on the liver, gut, HPA axis, pain signals, pelvic floor health, etc. with myself and clients, but those are longer term strategies for another day and another live! They are integral to the way I approach endo management, but today I just wanted to share some of my daily habits that are part of my standard everyday routine (I think I've added that disclaimer enough times now!). FINALLY I want to say that all of these methods must be tailored to you, and must fit into your life in a way that makes them feel manageable and enrich your life, rather than making you feel stressed and exhausted trying to keep up with them! If you're interested to learn more about eating for endo, I've just launched two new masterclasses: Nutrition for Endo: The Foundations Masterclass (anti-inflammatory nutrition) Nutrition for Endo Advanced Masterclass (blood sugar) They're currently on special offer for Black Friday until Tues 10pm GMT. Each class is £29.99 (full price £40) or you can get them both in a bundle for £50. Join here. Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at email@example.com or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. Learn all about how to start your own podcast with the complete course from The Pod Farm. Aimed at beginners, this course takes a simple and straightforward approach to planning, equipment buying, setting up, recording, editing and hosting your own podcast. With hours of audio and video materials, and downloadable guides and useful links, this multimedia approach aims to have something for every kind of learner. From now until April 15, newsletter subscribers get 20% off the course price. Visit www.thepodfarm.com to enroll or find out more This episode is sponsored by BeYou. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches and CBD range. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk This episode is sponsored by Semaine. Try their supplement for period pain and daily supplement for hormonal balance and PMS prevention with code ENDOLIFE to get 20% off your first order.
How much do you really know about The Wild Turkey? What will the all-important Thanksgiving Day forecast hold for us? How much daylight do we continue to lose? When does our next chance of rain crop up? Answers to these questions and more on Episode #63 of Obsessed With the Weather! Enjoy!
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Daylight savings time and the decreasing temperatures have some of us feeling blue, but it doesn't have to be this way! If the lack of sunlight and cold weather have you feeling down, tune in for some tips on how to thrive this winter. Check out the Light After Trauma website for transcripts, other episodes, Alyssa's guest appearances, and more at: www.lightaftertrauma.com Support the Podcast Transcript: Alyssa Scolari [00:23]: Hey, everybody, welcome back to another episode of the Light After Trauma podcast. This is episode 69, I believe. Wow. It is wild that I have almost 70 episodes out, but I love it. I am loving it. Real quick, I just wanted to ask everybody to bear with me. I've been listening back to some of the more recent episodes, especially the solo ones, and the sound is a little bit echoey. And I was aware of it when I first moved into the new home and got a new office. This office is different because it has hardwood floors. So I've had to do a lot to try to make the space something that would be very sound absorbent. I am pretty particular about sound quality. So I am aware of it. None of you have said anything because you are all wonderful and amazing human beings, but I notice it and I just wanted to let you know that I'm aware of it. Alyssa Scolari [01:25]: I honestly thought that getting blinds in here would really help, but then I noticed in the episode that I recorded last week, it still sounded a little bit echoey. So I am doing everything I can on my end. I even have this sort of like foam sound absorbent, like casing, that's going around my microphone. So I'm trying to speak directly into that. But I just think it's going to be a little bit of time before I can buy some more things to fill up this space. We moved a couple months ago, so I do have a rug and all those good things, but I am doing my best. So bear with me for the time being, if this is a little bit echoey. Alyssa Scolari [02:15]: Okay, I just want to move right into then saying thank you to those of you who reached out to me on Instagram over the last couple of weeks, it's been really exciting. I feel like I have so many friends in all different parts of the world. And I love hearing from you and meeting you... Well, e-meeting you, I should say. So thank you. It's been really exciting. And if you have not done so already, please feel free to go give us a follow on Instagram. My handle is Light After Trauma. It's just the name of this podcast. We are putting out some good content and feel free to shoot me a DM and say hi. It's been really fun getting to meet people. Alyssa Scolari [03:00]: On that note... Oh no, I'm lying. There's one more thing that I wanted to say. And that was, if you haven't done so already, please go leave us a review wherever you like to listen. It would mean so much. It is really helpful in terms of being able to get this content out to more people. The more reviews and ratings that the podcast gets, the more people that it reaches. Basically the more press it gets essentially to put it pointblank. It's really about the ratings and the reviews, and it's really important to me to be able to get this content out to as many people as possible because the mental health crisis is real right now. It is probably the worst that I've ever seen it to date. The pandemic has so much to do with it and there are just simply not enough therapists to meet the needs of everybody who is searching for help and support and comfort. And it is only continuing to get worse, unfortunately. Alyssa Scolari [04:15]: So I just want to make sure that as many people out there are aware that there is some free content. If they're not able to get into a therapist, if it's scheduling purposes, if it's that they can't find a good therapist, if it's financial reasons, I want this content to be available for people. So I appreciate this. Thank you in advance for all of the support, as always. Alyssa Scolari [04:45]: And speaking of mental health and the need being in increasing demand for services, we are talking today about seasonal depression or the blues or whatever you want to call it. Some people have an issue with calling it depression and I think that's more because of the stigma surrounding depression, but I mean... I don't know. Some people call it the blues, the winter blues, whatever it may be. I call it seasonal depression. It is real. It is a very real thing and I actually didn't think that I struggled with this, but over the last few years, I've really started to struggle. And now that daylight savings time has happened, it is getting dark super early and it is cold. Depending on where you're at... Allison, if you're over there in San Diego, it might still be sunny and warm, and this might not pertain to you, but it is still getting dark a little bit earlier. Alyssa Scolari [05:54]: So whether it's the darkness that is a little bit depressing for you or whether it is the cold weather that is depressing for you, this is going to be a good episode because I am talking about tips to combat seasonal depression. I think that these tips are really helpful, not just for now, because right now we're in this place where we have the excitement of the holidays upon us, but after January 1st, really, I feel like those months from like January to March before the warmer weather gets here are really a struggle for people. So these tips are helpful, I think, right now as... basically up until I think it's December 21st, that it's just going to keep getting darker earlier and earlier. So it's helpful for right now, but it's also helpful for after the holidays, when we're sort of just waiting for the winter weather to roll around. There really aren't any holidays. There's not much going on. Alyssa Scolari [07:03]: I'm going to be talking about some of the things that really help me. So I'm going to be talking about a few different products that I use. None of these are advertisements. I am simply letting you know what products I enjoy using. Alyssa Scolari [07:20]: The first thing that I think can really help you is using a vitamin D supplement. And again, disclaimer, here, please, please speak to your doctor or your healthcare professional. This is not medical advice. I am not a doctor. So this is simply a suggestion that you might want to consider bringing up with your healthcare professional, with your doctor, your general practitioner, whoever. But vitamin D comes from the sun and that is something that in the wintertime, we tend to lack. I'm even deficient in vitamin D in the summer time, because I don't go outside as much because I am so prone to getting burned. Even with 100 SPF on, I get burned. So I'm vitamin D deficient all year round and I notice a huge difference. Alyssa Scolari [08:16]: Vitamin D comes in, I think, many different things. I think it comes in like gel capsules and then I take it in a liquid form. So I just have like two drops on my tongue every day and it is really, really helpful for me. So during this time of year, when we are getting less sunshine, it is important to make sure that we are not deficient in anything. And that doesn't just go for vitamin D. That goes for honestly, all of the supplements. I know that for me in the wintertime, for whatever reason, it's a pattern for me. I tend to be deficient in B12. And B12 when you're deficient in it can cause lots of anxiety, lots of depression, fatigue, et cetera. Alyssa Scolari [09:05]: So it's a good idea to talk to your doctor, and it is an even better idea to try to get some blood work as well, just to see where you're allow levels are at. That way you know if it's something that you need because having those supplements, especially vitamin D, can help get you through the darker colder months. And again, please talk to your doctor or your primary care physician before doing anything that is not medical advice, but just something you should talk to your doctor about. Alyssa Scolari [09:42]: The next thing that I have found to be really helpful is avoiding triggering TV shows. I know that the nighttime is when people love to put on the TV. I love to put on the TV too. I am no stranger to television. I love TV, but there are certain shows that I have found that if I start watching at night, especially during the winter and like the fall months when it's dark by four o'clock, I get really depressed. That includes like My True Crime shows. I was watching... What was I watching? Ugh. I was watching Burn Notice. If you have not watched Burn Notice and you like action-packed, funny... It's all fictional, but it has Jeffrey Donovan in it and Sharon Gless and Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell, some of the most amazing... Jeffrey Donovan is the most amazing actor I have seen. I have no idea why he is not Hollywood's biggest, most famous celebrity, but I digress. Alyssa Scolari [10:57]: Anyway, Burn Notice is one of my favorite shows of all time, but there is violence and it can get a little bit emotional at times. So I cannot watch Burn Notice. In fact, I actually had to... The show is seven seasons and I had to stop watching it in the middle of season seven because I noticed that I was getting like... It was depressing me. I was really getting in my head about the show and that's a real thing that happens to so many of us. I know I'm not the only one. So be very intentional about the shows that you watch this time of year. Alyssa Scolari [11:38]: I personally have been loving, don't laugh at me, loving The Muppets. If you have Disney+, there is a entire section dedicated to The Muppets and there's actually like a comedy. I think it's like a spinoff of The Office. Again, don't judge me for this, but I have never seen The Office. I've seen like bits and pieces. I am more of a Parks and Rec kind of girl, but The Muppets I think is like a spinoff of The Office. Unfortunately, it was canceled after one season, but you need to go and watch that season. It is hysterical and Pepe the King Prawn as the... Oh, he's my favorite Muppet of all time, please don't get me started. But that is something for me that is hysterical. It is not triggering. And The Muppets have like, I think they have a bunch of different movies on there too. So we saw a video or a movie with... Well, I think it was Muppets Most Wanted. It is just hysterical and you need to go watch it if you haven't. Alyssa Scolari [12:58]: What I'm trying to say here is I want you to watch shows that are more like that. Doesn't necessarily need to be The Muppets. You can put on a Disney movie. You can put on really any show. You can put on Friends, you can put on... I mean, really into the older stuff, like some 90 shows I've been watching lately or some like early 2000 shows, but be very, very intentional about not watching something that's going to be super triggering in any way, shape or form. Enough about TV, because honestly I could talk about TV shows all day. Alyssa Scolari [13:39]: Another tip that I have found really helpful is the use of candles and diffusers. I have both. So I have a diffuser that I really love and they're not super expensive. I bought mine on Amazon, I think. And mine has like... It lights up. It turns to all different colors. And I really like putting not so much like a lavender in there. I like the lavender when it's nighttime, because lavender, I think is supposed to help with relaxation. But when it's like four, five o'clock and it's pitch black outside, and I know I have a few more clients or a few more hours of work, or I need to cook dinner, I will pop on maybe like a citrusy scent of some sort. And that will really reenergize me and make me feel a lot better. Alyssa Scolari [14:36]: I of course, love candles. I was on the hunt for candles that were a little bit cleaner, that didn't have so many paraffins in them, because I was getting a ton of headaches from the candles that I... This particular brand, I'm not going to out them, but I was using this particular brand of candles. They're a very popular company and I just found that I was getting headaches all the time. So I had to stop using them for a while, but I discovered this one company... What is it called? I think it's called 1803. They're on Instagram. You can go look them up and they have a website. I actually bought a couple candles that they had in a local place near me, but their candles are amazing. They smell so great that... I was actually burning one last night and when I woke up this morning... I blew it out before I went to bed. When I woke up this morning, my house still smelled like that candle. I think the name of the candle is Cookies for St. Nick. And yes, I've already broken out the Christmas candles. I mean, I have. I absolutely. Alyssa Scolari [15:53]: So candles, really important, but try to get ones that have some cleaner ingredients. I think that the 1803 company, their candles can be in my opinion, a bit on the pricier side, but nothing that you... I don't think you would pay anything more or less for a candle that you would get really anywhere else. The only other place I've seen candles that are cheaper, that have clean ingredients are HomeGoods. They're kind of hard to find, but if you go search at HomeGoods, you can find a great candle for like 12 bucks. So if you're concerned about finances, go home take at HomeGoods. HomeGoods has some really good candles. And of course you can always grab a diffuser, essential oils, they last forever and they smell amazing. Alyssa Scolari [16:43]: Now, this next tip is one of my favorites because this is truly what gets me through the darker and colder days. And that is the use of lighting. I touched on this a little bit with the candles, but lighting is so important. Like when it gets dark at four o'clock, the melatonin starts to kick in in our brain. And the melatonin is sending that signal. Melatonin is associated with sleep. So when it's dark out by four or five o'clock, we're ready for bed at four or five o'clock because that melatonin is there. Now serotonin is associated with wakefulness. So we want to increase those levels of serotonin once it starts to get dark out and ways that you can do that are with lighting. That's one of the reasons why they say, don't look at your phone right before you go to bed at night, because the light from your phone can actually increase the serotonin levels and decrease the melatonin levels, causing you to stay awake for longer. So this is very, very important. Alyssa Scolari [17:58]: One of the things that I love is decorating. And yes, I know there's this big, huge debate about when people should decorate for Christmas. I feel like it's been a forever debate. I feel like every year, the celebration of Christmas gets earlier and earlier, and at this point it's like people are celebrating in August. Okay, I get it for me. When it's daylight savings time, I'm ready to decorate for Christmas. And that has nothing to do with rushing Thanksgiving or with not really paying attention to Thanksgiving. That's not it at all. The Christmas decorations, all of the lights truly help me to feel better. They give me the serotonin that I need to continue to get through. My house feels so much sadder when I look around and it's 5:00 PM and I've still got three more hours worth of work to do and all I have is a basic light from the ceiling fan. It saddens me. It truly does. Alyssa Scolari [19:13]: But when my house is decorated to the nines, and I'm telling you, do not be ashamed of decorating your house early. When my house is decorated, I feel so much better. I feel cozier, happier. So do not be ashamed. Do not let people tell you that you can't decorate before Thanksgiving. Light your house up like a goddamn Christmas tree. I'm telling you, my house is fucking lit. It is a goddamn Christmas tree in here and I am not sorry about it because it keeps me from feeling super depressed. Alyssa Scolari [19:47]: There are some other sources of lighting that I've also found really. So those Himalayan salt lamps, I'm pretty sure you could grab one on Amazon. I don't believe they're overly expensive. I think it kind of depends on what you get, but I don't believe that they're overly pricey. So they have amazing benefits. Himalayan salt lamps are meant to cleanse and deodorize and purify the air. And they're actually also really good for allergies and asthma. They can help with blood flow. They can help with your energy levels. They can help with concentration and really just enhance your overall mood. Those things are the bomb. Highly recommend. Alyssa Scolari [20:35]: Other things you can do with lighting. I actually just bought some curtain lights. They were like 10 bucks at Target, but I'm going to hang them in my office here because as I'm recording this, it is 4:30 and it's already pretty much getting dark out. So I'm going to actually hang these curtain lights in my office. They just look very dreamy and very peaceful to me and very cozy and it helps me. I know it can help you too, because light is so, so important for our mental health. That's my favorite. That's lighting. There are so many different things you can do with lighting. Please have fun with it. It is the best and do not be afraid to decorate your whole house for the holidays anytime you want. If you want to leave your Christmas tree up all year, leave your Christmas tree up all year. Do what makes you happy. Alyssa Scolari [21:35]: Next is, I've also found that it's really helpful to change up my exercise routine, and it might be helpful for you to do the same. What I mean by changing up your exercise routine, I mean changing up the time that you do it. If you're somebody who typically exercises in the morning, maybe try to exercise at night. If you are exercising at night, then you are releasing endorphins, which is going to help keep that seasonal depression away, pretty plain and simple. Again, that is easier said than done, of course, but even if you work out two days a week, if you can take one of those workouts and move it to the evening, that will help so, so much. That's just the thought and that's something that I have found to be really helpful. Alyssa Scolari [22:25]: Now, the next thing is, and this is a hard one, taking breaks from social media in particular at night. Again, the phone with the lighting, it's not necessarily the right kind of lighting that we want when it gets dark out. What happens is it is dark by 5:00, you are sitting on the couch, just got done a long day at work and you're scrolling through a TikTok or Instagram or Facebook or Twitter. And you're seeing everyone else's posts and all of their highlight reels and you're in the comparison game. So it's dark, it's cold, it's gloomy. And here you are on social media, watching other people have the time of their lives, or at least that's what they're portraying on social media. That's not really going to boost your move. That's going to instead make your brain go, "Oh, well look at them. Wherever they are in the world, they still have light. And they did this today and they did that today. And here I am sitting on my couch doing nothing." It is so depressing. Alyssa Scolari [23:48]: I have really come a long way in terms of getting my ass off of social media at night, because it makes me so sad. Those same content creators that I love during the day make me sad night because I'm sort of just hanging out and vibing and it's dark, but they're just maybe across the world where it's sunny and they're doing this and doing that. And there are people who are still at the beach and I'm just like, "Oh, well, isn't my life sad." And again, I know I'm not the only one who feels this way because a lot of my clients report this as well. So try to be very intentional about your social media usage at night. I know it's difficult because social media is such a habit for us, including myself, but try doing other things like things that are more hands-on so that you don't find yourself just like two hours into scrolling TikTok. Alyssa Scolari [24:53]: Again, things that help for me are I really enjoy puzzling. I am loving puzzles and I get puzzles that are super vibrant in color. I do all of the Thomas Kinkade Disney Puzzles. They're like the 1,000-piece ones, and then what I do is I actually save the puzzle. I'll put an adhesive backing on it and then I'll frame it. It's just something that's really fun for me to do, but I also enjoy... You can paint if you enjoy painting. I love the paint by numbers. If you Google paint by numbers, there's websites that come up and there are adult paint by numbers kits. I love them because I'm not very creative. And when it comes to painting, I really like a structure of being able to color in the lines and it's just fun. It's just a lot of fun to do. And I'm not really in my head when I'm doing it. I'm sort of I'm concentrating and it just helps keep me off social media and gives me something productive and I think exciting to do. Alyssa Scolari [26:01]: So feel free to look up any of those things, puzzles, painting, knitting. Honestly, I had a knitting phase. I'm not that good at it. But I had a knitting phase and it really did help me. Alyssa Scolari [26:18]: The last few things are being intentional about who you talk to after sunset. So what I mean by this is, especially if you are a trauma survivor who has people in your life that might be triggering to you, people that you have contact with, but the relationship is a little strained for whatever reason. It might not be the best idea to pick up the phone when they call after dark. And that's likely, or that's because you can be triggered by them and we don't want to get triggered. Being dark, so early and cold is already... It's hard enough. So you do not want to then have to deal with possibly being triggered on top of it. So be mindful about who you're talking to. If you know that you are going to be getting a call from somebody, give them a call during the day if you can when it's still light out. That way by the time the evening comes, you have completely enveloped yourself in absolute safety. Alyssa Scolari [27:26]: And then another thing that I have found really helpful are plants. I've talked about plants on my social media and I don't know if I've talked about plants on the podcast, but I am a huge plant lover and I have a lot of indoor plants, I guess a lot. How many do I have? Oh, I think I actually have like 11. Yeah, no, that's a lot. All right, I'm officially a plant lover and a plant mom to 11 beautiful plants. And I have these grow lights. Again, you can get them on Amazon. They're called grow lights and you can clip them to the side of a desk or the side of a table, or you can get ones that stand up. I love having them because I have something that I have to take care of. Alyssa Scolari [28:17]: So even on those nights when I'm feeling really depressed and really lonely, I know that I have to keep myself safe because I've got to keep my plants safe and healthy and I've got to nurture them. I've got to make sure that they are getting water and food and that I am dusting their leaves. Yes, that is a thing my fellow plant lovers will know. And it might sound and silly, but I really care about my plants because I feel like my plants have greatly increased my... Well, they haven't. I feel like my plants have actually greatly reduced my levels of depression and they also really help to detoxify the air around me. They're a great visual for me and I care about them and I get so excited when I see them doing really well. I actually was gifted and orchid from a friend about a month ago. And I woke up today and saw like a little root that was starting to grow and I got so excited. So it's the little things. It's so helpful for me. Alyssa Scolari [29:31]: And it doesn't have to be a plant. It could be really any animal. It also could be a fish. If you are looking for an animal that is pretty low commitment and you're not really a plant person, you don't really want a dog, you don't really want a cat and you need something that's pretty low commitment, low maintenance, go buy a betta fish. When you walk into a PetSmart or a Petco, how many of those betta fish are sitting in those little tiny, four-ounce containers with nowhere to swim? They look so sad. Go get yourself a betta fish. They're colorful. They're fun. They're easy to take care of. They're not going to take up a whole ton of your time and it is something for you to nurture and love. And it's something for you to come home to. That is really helpful. Alyssa Scolari [30:22]: So then the last two things are drink tea if you are not a tea drinker. The warmth is really, really helpful and also there's tons of wonderful herbal tea out there that can really do a lot for your mood. So if you're not a tea drinker, I'm sure you can find a tea out there for you. If you are a tea drinker, stock up on some tea this winter, give yourself some options. Alyssa Scolari [30:50]: And then lastly, don't forget to stay hydrated. Sometimes depression and fatigue and exhaustion can be dehydration. Again, I'm not saying depression is directly linked to dehydration, but sometimes we can feel really sad and just fatigued and off and it might actually be dehydration. When it gets colder, we don't want to drink as much because well it's cold and we don't feel as thirsty, but we actually need water more than never in the cold weather because it dries us out. And especially the heat, having the heat on in your home, all that heat dries you out as well. So it is so important to stay hydrated, whether that's through tea, whether that's water. Whatever it is you may like, make sure that you are staying hydrated. Alyssa Scolari [31:42]: All of these things have helped me so much and will get me through this season of cold and darkness. Especially after the holidays, I struggle the most. I would say January, February, March are the hardest months for me. Actually, part of the reason why I picked a wedding date in March is because March is sort of just like that cold month where we're all ready for the spring. And I was like, "Oh, I need something to celebrate this month." That's part of why we picked March for our wedding date, but that's neither here nor there. Alyssa Scolari [32:20]: I hope that these tips help you as... I cannot speak today. I hope that these tips helped you as much as they have helped me. And if you have any other thoughts or questions or comments, you can feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am wishing you all a wonderful rest of your week, take care, and I am holding you all in the light. Alyssa Scolari [32:51]: Thanks for listening, everyone. For more information, please head over to lightaftertrauma.com or you can also follow us on social media. On Instagram we are @lightaftertrauma and on Twitter it is @lightafterpod. Lastly, please head over to patreon.com/lightaftertrauma to support our show. We are asking for $5 a month, which is the equivalent to a cup of coffee at Starbucks. So please head on over. Again, that's patreon.com/lightaftertrauma. Thank you and we appreciate your support.
Someone announced they can “please” themselves, or did they? Arby's vodka. Rob reviews Red Notice. Don't get hungry at Walmart. An “incident” on stage that was anything but musical. Steam Deck delay, and other delays. Daylight not-so-savings. Ventchat Secret Santa. Plaid. Did someone try a new “food”….and LIKE IT? The Junkyard Dog figurine arrived. Pastor […]
Episode #218 of BGMania: A Video Game Music Podcast. This week on the show, Bryan and Frank from RPGera focus strictly on music and games from the Japanese publisher/developer, Kemco! Email the show at email@example.com with requests for upcoming episodes, questions, feedback, comments, concerns, whatever you want really! Special thanks to our Executive Producers: Sevren, JoetheChode, and Jexak. EPISODE PLAYLIST AND CREDITS Main Theme from Spy vs Spy [Nick Scarim & Hiroyuki Masuno, 1988] Bridge in the Mountains from Brutal: Paws of Fury [Doug Brandon & Neil Baldwin, 1994] Gunner Boss Fight 1 from Knife Edge: Nose Gunner [Masaomi Miura, 1998] World in my Hand from Miden Tower [Goro Asano & Rie Yamane, 2020] Overworld from Legend of the Ghost Lion [Hiroyuki Masuno, 1992] Daylight from Uninvited [Unknown, 1991] Stage 1 Rounds from Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout [Hiroyuki Masuno, 1990] Stage 3 from Kid Klown in Crazy Chase [Shinichi Furuta, Yumiko Orishige, & Musica Presto, 1994] Boss Theme from Revenant Saga [Unknown, 2017] In the Eyes of the Hero from Batman: Dark Tomorrow [Trish Thuy Trang, 2003] River Jump Game from Snoopy's Silly Sports Spectacular [Hiroyuki Masuno, 1990] Circuit Theme A from Top Gear [Barry Leitch & Hiroyuki Masuno, 1992] Main Menu from Top Gear Rally [Barry Leitch, 1997] Fighting the Beast from Yager [Claas Oehler, 2004] SUPPORT US Patreon: https://patreon.com/rpgera CONTACT US Website: https://rpgera.com Discord: https://discord.gg/cC73Heu Twitch: https://twitch.tv/leveldowngames Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginalLDG Instagram: https://instagram.com/bryan.ldg/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/leveldowngaming --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bgmania/message
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Daylight saving time has us fucked up. The Scoop (5:00) features a seasonal snacking study and a caffeinated way to combat seasonal affective disorder, what's on the menu for Thanksgiving Day, how to elevate your gravy game, a new food emoji for 2022, and world record produce. Last, Ashley's bar food order gets lost, but she follows it up by enjoying a famous New Orleans cheeseburger with her parents while PTE has his first Omakase-style Japanese meal before proceeding to drink entirely too much for his birthday in their best and worst food moments of the week (33:26).
On this week's all-new episode of Curl Up with a Cat Tale with Gwen Cooper, Gwen wonders if the annual caterwaulings of her feline brood when the clocks go back an hour might actually induce a nervous breakdown. (Spoiler alert: They might!) Later, Gwen reads a passage from the story “Daylight Cravings” from her Spray Anything story collection. Check it out! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode we kick off with some TDMNGDS then we clock the tea on Daylight always needing to be saved, RHOSLC, Love Life, The Harder They Fall (no spoilers), Wicked casting, Meanwhile on Twitter, Hey Jigaboo/Boo and much, much more.You can become a Patreon Saint at www.patreon.com/whatstheteapod.Visit our website www.whatstheteapod.comFollow us on Twitter @R2ThaEdgy @nicju @gooddaysaints #WTTPodSend us an email firstname.lastname@example.orgLeave us a voicemail 302-570-0832 (0TEA)
This is the perfect ender for the Lover album, but did you know it was almost the album's name? Why did Taylor decide to go with Lover instead? Lacey, Ana, Nick and Amy discuss all things Daylight!And before we get to Red, we will send Lover off in fashion!What did we miss? What would you like to hear from us next? There are lots of ways to contact us!CONTACT THE PODCAST!Email – email@example.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/the13podcastTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@the13podcast FOLLOW US!Ana - https://www.instagram.com/anacas31Lacey – https://www.instagram.com/lacey_bishopAmy – https://www.instagram.com/amysnicholsNick – https://www.instagram.com/nickadamspics CHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS!Lacey & Amy – "Loose Lips & Child-Bearing Hips"Ana - "On Cloud Wine"Nick – "Shut Up!" & "The Chatty Daddies" This podcast is in no way related to or endorsed by Taylor Swift, her companies, or record labels. All opinions are our own.
On the first half of todays show the boys talk about Daylight savings time and the adjustment period we all go through. Tom talks about a shoot out in Cancun… The post GayTalk 2.0 – Episode 281 – Falling Back Into the Darkness appeared first on GAYTALK 2.0: An LGBT Podcast.
Brian Haenchen talk kicks off this Monday morning. Daylight savings time. Iggy not happy about it. John Vaughn danced with his father on his wedding night. Congrats to the Vaughn family. StrodeCast. Mizzou - Georgia 1st quarter. Esteban Yan. Mizzou uniforms. QB situation for the Tigers. Iggy's golf picks.
Brian Haenchen talk kicks off this Monday morning. Daylight savings time. Iggy not happy about it. John Vaughn danced with his father on his wedding night. Congrats to the Vaughn family. StrodeCast. Mizzou - Georgia 1st quarter. Esteban Yan. Mizzou uniforms. QB situation for the Tigers. Iggy's golf picks.
Today we're recapping ComplexCon, Kanye's interview, the $15 billion tax bill Elon Musk is facing, the effects the travel ban lift will have on retail, toxic positivity, Travis Scott being sued over the Astroworld Tragedy, and more. ComplexCon – Group Chat News 11.7.21 Daylight savings is so outdated. [1:32] Recapping ComplexCon 2021. [7:16] The best Kanye interview ever?! [25:05] Elon is the people's champ. [35:37] America is BACK! [43:17] Democrats are overreaching and overplaying their hand. [49:23] Toxic positivity is annoying. [54:04] The tragedy at Astroworld. [59:00] Related Links/Products Mentioned Sidetalk (@sidetalknyc) • Instagram Kids of Immigrants Kanye West's ‘Drink Champs' Interview Breaks Viewership Records for Revolt (EXCLUSIVE) Elon musk faces a $15 billion tax bill, which is likely the rea reason he's selling stocks Barstool Sports' Dave Portnoy denies 'horrific' sexual misconduct allegations Retailers hail lifting of travel ban, return of international tourists with hopes of sales rebound Toxic positivity is very real, and very annoying Travis scott sued over 'Predictable And Preventable' Astroworld Tragedy Connect with Group Chat! Watch The Pod #1 Newsletter In The World For The Gram Tweet With Us Exclusive Facebook Content
It's that time of year that we all hate when the sunsets at 5pm- its actually quit depressing. Every year, twice a year, most Americans switch all the clocks forward, or backward, one hour for daylight saving time (DST) beginning and ending. BUT why do we shift time twice a year? And who came up with this? Cause I want to speak to management. Listen to this quick 20-minute solo solo episode. were our host answers these questions:Who the hell proposed DST ?When did Daylights saving time start?Why falling back might not be such a good idea? (Like duh I can think of a couple reasons off the top of my head)What states and countries that don't participate in DST? And what states are trying to be set free from it?What would life be like if we just got rid of the whole damn thing?- Based on research of course.Tune in now wherever you listen to podcast. Where I get my info from:The Real Reason Why Daylight Saving Time Is a ThingWhat Would Happen If We Got Rid of Daylight Saving Time?South Carolina passed a bill to end daylight saving time. Will we still 'fall back' this year?Follow and Support:Purchase our new bookmarks. All proceeds go to the podcast.Visit our website. Follow the podcast on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and watch episodes on Youtube and feel free to donate.To learn more about the podcast host Toya, visit ToyaFromHarlem.com. Connect with Toya on Instagram, Twitter,and LinkedIn
Well throw us on a Smucker's jar and have ol' Willard Scott salute us because we're 100! We are celebrating our 100th episode with actress and producer Amy Brenneman. You Might Know Her From You Might Know Her From The Leftovers, Private Practice, Heat, Fear, Daylight, Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her, NYPD Blue, and Judging Amy. Amy talked to us about signing up for The Leftovers with no dialogue, having a baby ripped out of her on the Grey's Anatomy spin-off Private Practice, and, of course, creating and starring in our personal favorite, Judging Amy. We got scoop on why Amy and Bruce never got together, why Vincent left then came back, and all the delicious intel about the legendary Tyne Daly money can buy. Plus, stories from the sets of Heat and Fear and Anne gets all her questions about Daylight answered. It's a big day folks and we couldn't have done it without you. Salud! Follow us on social media @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week: Damon Lindelof's The Leftovers (HBO) also created Lost Judging Amy inspired by Amy's real life mother, Frederica Joanne Shoenfield who was a state superior judge in Connecticut (only the 2nd female judge ever appointed in CT) Les Moonves President of CBS, who is married to Julie Chen (who is Chinese American), didn't want an interracial romance on his network Father of Tyne Daly's children is black, Georg Sanford Brown Dan Futterman left Judging Amy to be with his girlfriend in New York but came back for the last season. He wrote Capote, and he and his wife, Anya created HBO's In Treatment Amy Brenneman entered an ensemble when she took the gig on Private Practice Violet had a baby cut out of her while she was conscious Tim Daly is Tyne's brother and they were made to be love interests on Private Practice Janice Licalsi on NYPD Blue David Caruso got terrible press for his bad behavior on set of NYPD Blue We only remembered Dennis Franz's butt Starred in Michael Mann's Heat (1995) opposite Robert DeNiro Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her (now streaming on Amazon) is one of our faves Amy starred in Nevada an indie opposite Kathy Najimy, Saffron Burrows, and Kirstie Alley Amy negotiated last billing: “and Amy Brenneman” on her Private Practice contract The Good Son Starred as angels in two of her husband, Brad Silberling's movies: Casper and City of Angels Fear is a violent toxic male movie that has some insane scenes Played a lesbian in 88 Minutes opposite Al Pacino and on Veep (Season 6, ep Queen of Scotland on the CW series, Reign opposite former guest Megan Follows (Ep #97) Starred opposite Kathy Baker in 4 films: Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her, Nine Lives, The Jane Austen Book Club, ATF Plays sister to a blind Cameron Diaz in TYCTJBLAH. Calista Flockhart was lesbian opposite Valeria Golino Stars in Daylight opposite Sylvester Stallone. Her character has a Cats poster on her wall. She also stops a live wire in the tunnel by putting boots on her hands @ 31:50. Sakina Jaffrey (Ep #25) was also in Daylight and told us about it Timestamp for Daylight scene: Cameron Diaz' book: Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body
On Nov. 7, most of us will fall back an hour and restart the decades-old discussion of why we shift time twice a year.A quick reminder: In spring, we “spring forward” to Daylight Time, giving us daylight well into the evening. But this Sunday, we'll be back to Standard Time. Which is nice for bright mornings. But it means it's dark before dinner. The clock change is cumbersome and confusing, and only about 70 countries in the world follow it. Even in the United States there's no cohesion around Daylight Time; Arizona and Hawaii don't make the switch.And it's something politicians of all parties can agree on. Senators Marco Rubio and Ed Markey have pushed to make Daylight Time permanent. The Sunshine Protection Act was introduced in 2018, and 19 states have already passed similar legislation to pave the way for year-round daylight savings, should Congress eventually allow it. But some scientists have their reservations, given how Daylight Time affects our body clocks and sleeping patterns.This week, Jane Coaston digs into the debate with Dustin Buehler, a lecturer at the Willamette University College of Law and general counsel for Oregon's governor, and Dr. Joseph Takahashi, the chair of the neuroscience department at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.Mr. Buehler thinks Daylight Time should be permanent, while Dr. Takahashi says Standard Time is the way to go.Mentioned in this episode:“Daylight savings year-round could save lives, improve sleep and other benefits,” in The Conversation in 2019“Why We Should Abolish Daylight Saving Time” in Michigan Medicine, March 2021Listen to “Matters of Time,” an episode of 99% Invisible
Join Angela in this solo episode: Q&A: the Gluten Free Diet, Triphala Use, Fruit with Meals, Advice for Low/High Daylight Areas, Strenuous Workouts, Jumpstarting Your Routine, Meal Planning, Probiotic and Omega3 Use, Easing Constipation, and Starting a Podcast. The questions today show how involved you are with an ayurvedic lifestyle, how nuanced the questions are, and how they're really applied to what's happening in your real life. The text doesn't always have the answers because the questions relate to modern day life and what's happening now. To me that's really beautiful the way you're implementing that and living it. Thank you for sending in your questions and being part of this discussion! In this episode, learn more about: • the Ayurvedic insight into a Gluten Free diet • insight on Triphala use • giving kids fruit with meals • advice for those living in a place where the sun doesn't behave like it does in other areas • Ayurvedic perspective on strenuous workouts • jumpstarting your routine after a move • Angela's view on meal planning • probiotic and Omega3 use • simple ways to ease constipation • tips for starting your own podcast Previous Episode(s) Mentioned: Healing the Thyroid with Dr. Marianne Teitelbaum — https://simpleayurveda.com/episode-156-healing-the-thyroid/ Links mentioned in this episode: Protren - https://www.protren.com/Jordan Lang's Starting a Podcast Course - https://thepodcastdoula.teachable.com/p/bloom?affcode=1092707_7fmrhray ------ Learn more about Angela and her work: Website: https://simpleayurveda.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simple_ayurveda and https://www.instagram.com/simpleayurvedapodcast Join The Simple Ayurveda Collective: an affordable ongoing support system that offers Ayurveda broken down into bit-sized pieces so that you are fully able to understand and incorporate this amazing ancient science into your own life. Receive access to video lessons with new content each month, private support group OFF of Facebook, seasonal suggestions, simple recipes, and more! Learn more: www.simpleayurveda.com/membership
In today's podcast Savage continues his COVID health discussion by taking up the topic of SLEEP: How it relates to overall health, how it affects covid outcomes, and how you can get more and better sleep. Sleep disruption harms the sympathetic nervous system, pituitary gland, and adrenal glands, and increases pro-inflammatory responses. Longterm it can lead to hyptertension, cardiovascular & weight issues, diabetes, and even colo-rectal cancer. A study of out China showed that sleep disruption before contracting covid increased hospitalization & mortality for those who later got covid. Savage offers advice on how to get better sleep, and points out that public health officials locking us up inside only made things worse. And this is because exposure to DAYLIGHT improves sleep by synchronizing the internal clock. Sunlight is needed for the body to create Vitamin D which is a key anti-inflammatory agent, and sunlight also has disinfectant properties. The podcast includes a great interview with renowned neurocscientist and sleep expert Dr. Kristen Willeumier. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices