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Latest podcast episodes about Diet Coke

LadyGang
LG QUICKIE: Atlanta is for Diet Coke

LadyGang

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 27:07 Very Popular


Dallas is for frozen margaritas, Charlotte is for the Dollar Store and Atlanta gave us Becca. These are all some random facts about the cities that the ladies are stopping in during the Lady Secrets tour. Check out our amazing sponsors!!! Hyundai: Learn more about the 2022 TUCSON and SANTA FE Plug-in Hybrid EVs at HyundaiUSA.com Progressive: Quote at Progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Progressive!

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax
#55 – Meet the New Lilith, Same as the Old Lilith

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 22:24


Diet Coke & Lilith 2.0 review Herr's Buffalo Blue Cheese Curls and The Artist Marshmello's Limited Edition Coca-Cola. Intro voiceover by Jarett Raymond Music & Sounds used during the intro & Outro: Hall of the Mountain King by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Thunder by lennyboy (freesound.org) Door, Front, Opening, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Noise - Juandamb (fresound.org) Walking through Mud - Breviceps Strong wind inside house _ Viento fuerte interior casa - SonoRec (freesound.org) Tape Start - unfa (freesound.org) video_recorder_load_cassette_02 - Magedu (freesound.org) creaky door - m_marek (freesound.org) Door, Front, Closing, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Door closing, door closed - steinhyrningur (freesound.org) Door_Heavy_Reverb_Open_Close - LamaMakesMusic (freesound.org) video_recorder_eject_cassette - magedu (freesound.org)

Sermons from the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
Where Your Treasure Is, There Your Heart Will Be - The Rev. Joyce Keeshin

Sermons from the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 16:22


I had no rug in the living room and I finally found one that I thought was beautiful and I justified it because I was thinking, I'll give this to my granddaughter when I die. You know, she'll love this rug, right? She'll probably put it in a garage sale, but anyway, that was my justification. That rug was in my living room less than a week when my brother came to visit. It was a big deal, his coming to visit, because he hadn't been well. And he walked into my home, and he sat down in my living room, and he forgot that he had an open can of Diet Coke in his pants pocket, his back pants pocket. And you can imagine this Diet Coke pouring out all over my treasured little rug. That was the first initiation that rug received. The second one was my dog Sweet Pea during one of her anxiety attacks. I could go on and on. Beautiful rug, beloved two-legged and four-legged creatures. You know, we have to lean towards the beloved creatures. We can be attached to stuff or having funds to purchase stuff, yet they are just possessions. Things that can disappear in a fire, they can be washed away in a flood, they can be decimated in a storm, they can be stolen by thieves and then stuff ultimately will be given away. It will belong to someone else. Or it will be put out in the garage sale, or maybe just directly to the trash. If stuff, if our possessions are treated as our treasure. Then our hearts may feel constricted indeed. for where your treasure is there your heart will be. Moments confront us that challenge us to see things differently.

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax
#54 – Charging Our Spirit Bomb w/ Robbie

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:59


Diet Coke & Lilith dig into Dragon Ball Z with their friend Robbie. Also they drink the DBZ energy drink, and try a cool weird Calpico ice cream treat Intro voiceover by Jarett Raymond Music & Sounds used during the intro & Outro: Hall of the Mountain King by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Thunder by lennyboy (freesound.org) Door, Front, Opening, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Noise - Juandamb (fresound.org) Walking through Mud - Breviceps Strong wind inside house _ Viento fuerte interior casa - SonoRec (freesound.org) Tape Start - unfa (freesound.org) video_recorder_load_cassette_02 - Magedu (freesound.org) creaky door - m_marek (freesound.org) Door, Front, Closing, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Door closing, door closed - steinhyrningur (freesound.org) Door_Heavy_Reverb_Open_Close - LamaMakesMusic (freesound.org) video_recorder_eject_cassette - magedu (freesound.org)

the bro pod with scott and todd
BPST Episode 187 - "Dennis Franz: American Hero"

the bro pod with scott and todd

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 80:03


The show begins with a look behind the curtain, then we get into various genres of jazz. It's as exciting as it sounds. We then jump into our first topic (9:00) discussing the HBO show "The Rehearsal." We continue the HBO shows conversation (42:30) with a chat about House of Dragons, and other shows that are worth watching. We close out the show discussing our upcoming 200th show (62:00) and all the glory that it will surely bring. Sponsors: ScottyJ's album, The Rehearsal Scotty Js YouTube Page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV3WWSlwDKYf7P5k4XdP3zA IG & Twitter: the_bro_pod, littleBquotes E-mail the show!: thebropodnetwork@gmail.com Buy Merch!!: thebropod.threadless.com Our Website: www.bropodnetwork.com #DietCoke #jazz #kungpao #MapQuest #numerology #HouseofDragons #AppleTV #SpysHandbook #bicentennialshow #DennisFranz #LeaveittoBeaver #NYPDBlue #podcasts #bropod #bropodnetwork

The Happy Eating Podcast
Is Your Diet Coke Making You Depressed?

The Happy Eating Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 31:33


How bad is your Diet Coke habit really? In the nutrition world, there's plenty of research on artificial sweeteners and their effect on body weight or blood sugar in people with diabetes. And more recently there's been research on how artificial sweeteners impact your gut health. But what about your mental wellness? Well, that's today's episode! We dug into the research on the most common artificial sweeteners in drinks and whether or not they influence your mood.    Show Notes:  References mentioned include: Sweetened Beverages, Coffee, and Tea and Depression Risk among Older US Adults   Evaluating the Association Between Artificial Sweetener Intake and Indicators of Stress and Anxiety   Neurophysiological symptoms and aspartame: What is the connection?   Food and Microbiota Metabolites Associate with Cognitive Decline in Older Subjects: A 12-Year Prospective Study   Thank you for listening to The Happy Eating Podcast. Tune in weekly on Thursdays for new episodes! For even more Happy Eating, head to our website!  https://www.happyeatingpodcast.com Learn More About Our Hosts:  Carolyn Williams PhD, RD: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realfoodreallife_rd/ Website: https://www.carolynwilliamsrd.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealFoodRealLifeRD/ Brierley Horton, MS, RD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brierleyhorton/ Got a question or comment for the pod? Please shoot us a message!  happyeating@gmail.com Produced by Lester Nuby OE Productions 

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax
#53 – Grabbin' Our Duffs

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 33:07


Diet Coke & Lilith dig in with the beer special! Beer flavored Jelly Belly beans and Duff A L'Orange Sparkling Beverage. NOTE: Lilith calls Collapse (2009) Panopticon's first album. She is aware of Panopticon's self-titled from a year earlier and she doesn't have that one on vinyl either. Intro voiceover by Jarett Raymond Music & Sounds used during the intro & Outro: Hall of the Mountain King by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Thunder by lennyboy (freesound.org) Door, Front, Opening, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Noise - Juandamb (fresound.org) Walking through Mud - Breviceps Strong wind inside house _ Viento fuerte interior casa - SonoRec (freesound.org) Tape Start - unfa (freesound.org) video_recorder_load_cassette_02 - Magedu (freesound.org) creaky door - m_marek (freesound.org) Door, Front, Closing, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Door closing, door closed - steinhyrningur (freesound.org) Door_Heavy_Reverb_Open_Close - LamaMakesMusic (freesound.org) video_recorder_eject_cassette - magedu (freesound.org)

The Spill
Kate Moss' Complicated Legacy Has Divided Us

The Spill

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 19:10


On the show today… The first celebrity guests for the Stan Original Series RuPaul's Drag Race Down Under Season 2 have just been announced. Here's everything you need to know. And Britney Spears is reportedly back in the studio and about to relaunch her music career via a collaboration with Elton John. The news comes at the same time as the singer, still newly free from her longtime conservatorship, released a series of text messages that she claims is proof her mother Lyn Spears abused her. Plus, right now we're seeing the resurgence of British supermodel Kate Moss, thanks to her new role as Diet Coke's creative director (yes, we have questions about this). In a rare new interview, Kate has explained the stories behind her biggest career controversies, along with talking through her worst modeling experiences, and it's left us very divided over her complicated legacy. THE END BITS Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH: Join us in our Facebook group to discuss everything pop culture...https://www.facebook.com/groups/2524018781153963/ Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at thespill@mamamia.com.au WANT MORE? Read all the latest entertainment news on Mamamia... https://mamamia.com.au/entertainment/ Subscribe to The Spill Newsletter... https://mamamia.com.au/newsletter CREDITS Hosts: Laura Brodnik & Melissa Mason Executive Producer: Gia Moylan Audio Producer: Rhiannon Mooney Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In House Warrior
Powerlines: Words That Sell Brands, Grip Fans, and Sometimes Change History With Author & Marketing Guru Steve Cone With Host Richard Levick of LEVICK

In House Warrior

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 46:08


Powerlines: Words That Sell Brands, Grip Fans, and Sometimes Change History With Author & Marketing Guru Steve Cone With Host Richard Levick of LEVICK: Steve Cone, the Chief of Communications, Marketing, and Philanthropy at Capital Caring Health joins host Richard Levick of LEVICK to discuss the remarkable work of Capital Caring -- the largest and most experienced nonprofit providers of hospice care, palliative care and bereavement counseling services in the nation -- and his latest book, Powerlines: Words That Sell Brands, Grip Fans, and Sometimes Change History. He is a nationally recognized leader in marketing and brand management and has authored three books and lectured worldwide on proven marketing principles. Steve has created or led efforts to develop many national loyalty programs including United's MileagePlus®, Hyatt's Gold Passport and Saks Fifth Avenue's, SaksFirst rewards program. Powerlines covers the exceptional slogans that people remember long after the campaign ends and stand out from the barrage of marketing messages consumers face each day. Why do we remember slogans for Diet Coke from the mid-1980s, but not what we had for breakfast yesterday? And why do companies that have worked so hard own a piece of our minds with brilliant slogans abandon them for eminently forgettable one?

Every Outfit
On Jennifer Affleck, Kate Moss x Diet Coke, Evil Housewives

Every Outfit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 58:54 Very Popular


On this week's episode the ladies are back together to discuss everything they've missed. Chelsea gives a detailed rundown of her European vacation, additions to our podcast recommendations, the actual best Christopher Walken performance, the Bennifer Vegas wedding, Lauren breaks down the Julia Hart divorce drama, Jen Shah's arrest, and Jamie Lee Curtis' surprise cameo on Beverly Hills. New hot couple alert, Huma Abedin and Bradley Cooper, that iconic Lolita photo with Suki Waterhouse, new Diet Coke creative director Kate Moss, Chelsea explains the Christian Siriano / Taylor Swift Pride dress drama, The Kardashians Season Two trailer, Lauren's SYYN review, Carine Roitfeld's questionable Skims campaign, North's horrific birthday party, AND SO MUCH MORE!!!This week's episode is sponsored by BeautyCounter! Get 30% off your first order when you use the code OUTFIT at checkout. As well as,  HelloFresh. Looking to get healthy in 2022? Or can't be bothered to go to the grocery store? Try America's #1 Meal Kit. Go to HelloFresh.com/Outfit16and use code outfit16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts!Want to hear our thoughts about Sex and the City 2? The Couture shows? Or Chelsea's insane European trip? Become a Patron! Go to Patreon.com/EveryOutfitWE HAVE A HOTLINE! Disagree with us? Make your case and we may play it on the show. Questions, secrets, or gossip from the And Just Like That set are also welcome. Call 323-486-6773

How Did This Not Get Made
Godzilla 94' (Part 2)

How Did This Not Get Made

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 117:20 Very Popular


Diet Coke joins us as we dive deep into the Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio Godzilla script and how the kaiju slipped through their fingers and got in the hands of Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin. Patreon Merch Twitter Instagram Pipedream podcasts Clips used in this episode: Godzilla (1998) Godzilla: Final Wars (2004) Godzilla: The Series (1998) Taco Bell Comercial "Godzilla" (1998) Mission Impossible (1996) "Come to Me" Puff Daddy ft Jimmy Page Music by Kevin MacLeod "Discovery Hit" "Jazz Brunch" "Miami Nights" "Prelude to Action" "Five Armies" "Symmetry"

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast
Dole Whip is Having Its Disney Day, All the Fun Facts About Dole Whip

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 16:57


DOLE Whip Now Has its Own Disney Day of CelebrationFun Facts About Dole WhipDole Whip is a soft-serve dairy free and gluten free frozen dessert created by the Dole Food Company in 1984. Since 2013 it has been fully vegan. It first appeared as an attraction in the Disneyland Enchanted Tiki Room. According to the official Dole website, a 2/3 cup serving of Dole Whip contains 110 calories and 25-27 carbs (depending on the flavor). Remember, the make-at-home Dole Whip recipe that Disney published in 2020 during lockdown is not the real Dole Whip recipe. The real one is made with powder from Dole, plus water and the machine that combines the two into frozen goodness. Dole Whip used to be somewhat exclusive and very much a Disney thing to many people, but that's now changed and you can get official Dole Whip in more and more places outside of Disney Parks -- including our local movie theatre in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.Dole Whip Day is officially July 21, but the Dole Whip flavor extravaganza will continue through July 24. Going forward Disney plans to hold Dole Whip Day on the third Thursday in July – so if you want to plan your WDW vacation around Dole Whip, you now know which dates to book.Walt Disney World Resort Magic Kingdom Park  Aloha Isle (Located in Adventureland) Pineapple Float: DOLE pineapple juice served with a choice of DOLE Whip, vanilla soft-serve, or swirl (available with Tiki Sipper for additional cost)  Raspberry Swirl Float: DOLE Whip and raspberry swirl served with DOLE pineapple juice Pineapple Upside-Down Cake served with choice of DOLE Whip, vanilla soft-serve, or swirl DOLE Whip Cup: Choice of DOLE Whip, vanilla soft-serve, or swirl Coconut Cup: Choice of coconut or coconut and DOLE Whip swirl Raspberry Swirl Cup: DOLE Whip and raspberry swirl Storybook Treats (Located in Fantasyland)  Soft-serve Cup: DOLE Whip lime, chocolate, or vanilla soft-serve, or swirl in a cup Snow White Cone: DOLE Whip lemon in a blue cone garnished with a chocolate bird and sugar bow Sunshine Tree Terrace (Located in Adventureland; Mobile Order available) DOLE Whip Orange Cup Orange Cream Soft-serve Cup: DOLE Whip orange and vanilla soft-serve swirl DOLE Whip Strawberry Cup DOLE Whip Float: DOLE Whip or vanilla soft-serve with your choice of Coca-Cola, Barq's Root Beer, Diet Coke, Fanta Orange, Fanta Strawberry, POWERADE Mountain Berry Blast, or Sprite I Lava You Float: Fanta Strawberry Soda and passion fruit flavor served with DOLE Whip orange and topped with popping candy Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park Tamu Tamu  Scar's Lair: DOLE Whip and sour apple Lion's Lair: DOLE Whip topped with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum and sour apple Simba Sunset: DOLE Whip with strawberry King's Cooler: DOLE Whip with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum and strawberry DOLE Whip Float: DOLE Whip with DOLE pineapple juice (available with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum)  DOLE Whip Cup (available with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum) Trilo-Bites Trilo-Bites Twist: DOLE Whip orange with vanilla soft-serveEPCOT Refreshment Outpost (Available through November 19)  DOLE Whip: Watermelon, pineapple, or swirl (New) Disney Springs Swirls on the Water  Peach Bellini Float: Peach Bellini topped with DOLE Whip orange (New)  Orange Bird Cone: DOLE Whip orange atop an orange cone with sprinkles DOLE Whip Flight: DOLE Whip orange swirled with DOLE Whip watermelon, DOLE Whip lemon swirled with blue butter cookie soft-serve, and DOLE Whip and Vanilla soft-serve swirl Disney Resort Hotels  Disney's Contemporary Resort  Contempo Café (Available July 21 through August 20; Mobile Order available) DOLE Whip Cupcake: Yellow cupcake filled with DOLE Whip mousse and garnished with a cherry (New) Disney's Old Key West Resort Good's Foods to Go (Mobile Order available) Key Lime Swirl: DOLE Whip lime and vanilla soft-serve swirl topped with graham cracker crumbs DOLE Whip Key Lime Martini: DOLE Whip lime served with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum and garnished with a lime (New) (available July 21 through 24) Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Pineapple Lanai “Tamatoa-inspired” Dipped Cone: DOLE Whip raspberry swirled with DOLE Whip orange in a white chocolate-dipped waffle cone and coated with “shiny” gold sugar (available July 21 through 24)  50th Celebration DOLE Whip: Your choice of DOLE Whip with a 50th white chocolate medallion, umbrella, and EARidescent glitter Pineapple Float: DOLE pineapple juice served with a choice of DOLE Whip, vanilla soft-serve, or swirl DOLE Whip with Rum Floater: DOLE Whip with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum Barefoot Pool Bar and Oasis Pool Bar  Frozen Margarita with DOLE Whip Lime: Corazón Blanco Tequila blended with DOLE Whip lime and chili-lime seasoning Frosty Pineapple: DOLE Whip with Captain Morgan Private Stock Rum Trader Sam's Tiki TerraceSpikey Pineapple: Barbancourt Pango Rhum blended with DOLE WhipDisneyland Resort Disneyland ParkThe Tropical Hideaway (Located in Adventureland; Mobile Order available) DOLE Whip DOLE Whip Float: DOLE pineapple juice topped with DOLE Whip DOLE Whip Swirl Float: DOLE pineapple juice topped with choice of two different DOLE Whip flavors: mango, watermelon, or pineapple DOLE Whip Swirl: Swirl any flavors: mango, watermelon, or pineapple Disneyland Hotel  Tangaroa Terrace Tropical Bar & Grill (Mobile order available)   DOLE Whip DOLE Whip Float: DOLE pineapple juice topped with DOLE Whip (available with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum) Disney's Vero Beach Resort DOLE Whip Cup: Choice of DOLE Whip, vanilla soft-serve, or swirl (available with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum) DOLE Whip Lime topped with Graham Cracker Crumbs (available with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum) Aulani, A Disney Resort & SpaLittle ‘Opihi's DOLE Whip pineapple, mango, watermelon, and vanilla soft-serve DOLE Whip Fresh Fruit Sundae with sprinkles in a waffle bowl topped with fresh pineapple (Moana-themed) or watermelon fruit (Stitch-themed) Mickey and Minnie Waffle Bowl featuring DOLE Whip with sprinkles Ulu Cafe  Churro Pineapple DOLE Whip with Li hing fresh pineapple (New) (available July 19 through 21)  DOLE Whip (available with vanilla soft-serve swirl) Disney Cruise LineIndulge in DOLE Whip at the following locations across the Disney Cruise Line fleet: Frozone on the Disney Magic, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy Sulleys Sips on the Disney Wonder Wheezies Freezies on the Disney Wish In other Disney travel news this week... The BoardWalk Bakery is being transformed into the BoardWalk Deli, which will add more food offerings, including deli sandwiches and fresh baked bread to the bakery items they already serve. The bakery will be closing later this month for an undetermined amount of time to make the change. Over at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort they are refurbishing third-floor balconies in the main building and this is expected to be done by mid-August.  And in case you missed it, the Main Street Electrical Parade and Disneyland Forever fireworks will be ending their limited-time runs on September 1. “World of Color” and “Fantasmic!” will continue with their regular schedules Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. If you did, we would be very grateful if you could rate, review and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (or on whichever app you choose to listen). A brief review about what you liked most about an episode truly helps to keep the show going by exposing it to new listeners. We look forward to continue producing new episodes each week.Sharing the podcast with your friends and on social media is also extremely helpful and very much appreciated.Shop 1923 Main StreetFeel free to visit our 1923 Main Street® Disney merchandise shop where we have hundreds of unique and original Disney-inspired t-shirts, leggings, clothing, mugs, phone cases and much more. You'll find everything from 1923 Main Street logo merchandise to custom created authentic Disney-inspired originals, including lots of great patterns for leggings and other items.Contact 1923 Main StreetThank you for listening to the Disney Travel News Podcast at 1923MainStreet.com. As always, we love to get feedback and questions from our listeners and to hear your suggestions and ideas for future episodes.Please be sure to follow along on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.Thank you for listening and have a magical day!Mike Belobradic and Amelia Belobradic--Media provided by Jamendo

Tender Loving Care...?
"Welcome to Plathville" and "The Blended Bunch"

Tender Loving Care...?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 111:14


The gals dive into TLC's "Welcome To Plathville" and decide the characters have the craziest evolutions in TLC history-imagine Mother Teresa to Teresa Guidice (slipping in a little Real Housewives reference there).Pauline and Kate also watch the new series "Blended Bunch" which had both of them crying the entire way through.  Don't worry, they both cheer up when they get to The Wheel Of Shame-and the Gods and Goddesses deliver!Subscribe and follow us:IG: @tenderlovingcarepodTikTok: @tenderlovingcarepodTwitter: @tlcpoddy Leave us a 5 star review!*We would love to share with our listeners any hilarious tidbits that you may have about the inner workings of these shows (all anonymous of course) So we are calling to all of our Agents In The Field that can give us behind the scenes info about ANY of the shows on TLC.Were you a long suffering PA, or someone who found the "talent" for these shows? Perhaps you are close to someone who was part of a TLC show-EMAIL US!TenderLovingCarePod@gmail.com*Revel in the world of Pop Culture by visiting Pauline's Etsy store which has a plethora of t-shirts, hoodies, notebooks, and more all celebrating our guilty TV pleasures! IG: @ABritInTheSunFind all the merch you didn't know you needed in Kate's Etsy shop--Bravo, Diet Coke, Gay Shit, oh my! IG: @KateMarieArtCo 

The Daily Refresh with John Lee Dumas
1559: The Daily Refresh | Quotes - Gratitude - Guided Breathing

The Daily Refresh with John Lee Dumas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 2:50


A daily quote to inspire the mind, gratitude to warm the soul, and guided breathing to energize the body. Quote: "The cemeteries are full of indispensable men." - Charles De Gaulle Gratitude: A fridge full of cold Diet Coke. Guided Breathing: Equal Breathing. Visit TheDailyRefresh.com to share your unique piece of gratitude which will be featured on an upcoming episode, and make sure to watch the tutorial of how to make The Daily Refresh part of your Alexa Flash Briefings! Call to action: If there's something unique YOU are grateful for, let me know and I'll share it on an upcoming episode. Simply visit TheDailyRefresh.com and click the word 'Gratitude e' in the Nav bar!

Go Fact Yourself
Ep. 108: Larry Wilmore & Denise Crosby

Go Fact Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 76:00 Very Popular


It's the return of in-person live audiences on Go Fact Yourself! Larry Wilmore has been seen in everything from “The Office,” “Black-ish,” “The Nightly Show,” and so much more. He'll tell us how his illustrious career as an actor started on “The Facts of Life,” where he played a Greek cop. As he's built up his body of work, he's developed a passion for conversations and (well-intentioned) disagreements. You can hear some of those on his podcast “Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air.”Denise Crosby is best known for her portrayal of Security Chief Tasha Yar on “Star Trek.” She's also known for her role on “The Walking Dead” where she played a mother… who happened to be a cannibal. She'll tell us about that and what it was like to pose for “Playboy” magazine in the 80s.Our contestants will have a trivia battle about music from across the pond and swimming down the pool!What's the Difference: CoaxWhat's the difference between “convince” and “persuade”?What's the difference between “Diet Coke” and “Coke Zero Sugar”?Areas of Expertise:Larry: Beatles lyrics, the original Star Wars trilogy, and the Showtime era of the Los Angeles Lakers.Denise: Pitbulls, the movie Airport, and how to make the perfect flip-turn at the wall while swimming.Appearing in this episode:J. Keith van StraatenHelen HongLarry WilmoreDenise CrosbyWith guest experts:Peter Asher, multiple Grammy-winning producer, guitarist and singer.Kimberly Vandenberg, Olympic medalist swimmer with team USA.Go Fact Yourself was devised and is produced by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, in collaboration with Maximum Fun. Theme Song by Jonathan Green.Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher.Associate Producer and Editor is Julian Burrell.Continuing to be vigilant about COVID by YOU!

Quilt Buzz
Episode 061: Carolina of @carolina_oneto

Quilt Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 30:50 Very Popular


Show Notes:0:44 - Chile 0:46 - Valparaíso0:56 and 1:05 - São Paulo, Brazil 1:52 - Buenos Aires2:20 - Pinterest2:24 - Buenos Aires2:34 - Argentina 2:36 - Teresita Leal (@teresitalealartetextil)2:37 - Cecilia Koppmann (@ceciliakoppmann)2:50 - Argentina2:54 and 3:36 - South America3:53 - North America4:01, 4:06 and 4:18 - South America4:09 - United States5:08 - Improv[isation] quilting 7:17 and 8:23 - Carolina's online quilting workshops8:39 - Janome 8:56 - Brazil 9:32 - São Paulo10:46 - Chilean 11:20 - Carolina's workshop on color 11:35 - Buenos Aires11:38 - Santiago, Chile 12:04 - School of Art (Universidad Catolica) in Chile14:40 - Carolina's workshop on color 14:42 - Carolina's workshop on improv quilting 16:15 - Carolina”s workshop on curves and transparency 17:18 - Carolina's Instagram page (@Carolina_Oneto)17:57 - South America18:31 - United States20:47 - Carolina's Instagram page (@Carolina_Oneto)21:40 - Curated Quilts Journal 21:45 - SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Associates) 23:45 - European Patchwork Meeting23:48 - France24:29 - South America24:33 - Google flight tracker25:21 - Spotify 25:35 - Diet Coke 26:14 - Quarter circle / Drunkard's Path traditional quilt block 26:34 - Carolina”s workshop on organic shapes26:36 - Carolina”s workshop on curves and transparency 26:44 - Carolyn Friedlander 26:52 - Nantes, France27:24 - Janome Memory Craft 6700p27:37 - Wonderfil Deco Bob thread27:39 - Wonderfil InvisaFil thread28:21 - Hang sleeve on quilts 28:38 - Imaginary Places quilt by Carolina 29:37 - #ModernQuiltingCommunity Follow Carolina:Instagram - @Carolina_Onetohttps://carolinaoneto.com/Follow us:Amanda: @broadclothstudio https://broadclothstudio.com/Wendy: @the.weekendquilter https://the-weekendquilter.com/Anna: @waxandwanestudiohttps://www.waxandwanestudio.com/Quilt Buzz: @quilt.buzzhttps://quiltbuzzpodcast.com/Intro/Outro Music:Golden Hour by Vlad Gluschenko

The Nikki Glaser Podcast
#246 Cigarette's Butts

The Nikki Glaser Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 66:14


Nikki is back on that Diet Coke sauce. She had so much fun on Conan Needs A Friend but was secretly second guessing herself. Nikki's inner voice is a 7th grade boy and Andrew gets nervous around Frat guys. It's hard to get a group together but Nikki has a trip planned with her girlfriends. Just in time for the premiere of FBoy Island season 2 on HBO Max, Nikki finds a headline that she really likes about it. They play The Blankest Thing I've Ever Done and reveal their "couhlest" moments! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax
#51 – Biblically Accurate Pop-Tarts

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 35:45


Diet Coke & Lilith discuss Wild Berry Pop-Tarts and Hersheys White with Whole Almonds and they get a special message from the Snack-Keeper Intro voiceover by Jarett Raymond Music & Sounds used during the intro & Outro: trumpetbuildup - theredshore Summer night piano solo - szegvari chords and noise - aceinet Hall of the Mountain King by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Thunder by lennyboy (freesound.org) Door, Front, Opening, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Noise - Juandamb (fresound.org) Walking through Mud - Breviceps Strong wind inside house _ Viento fuerte interior casa - SonoRec (freesound.org) Tape Start - unfa (freesound.org) video_recorder_load_cassette_02 - Magedu (freesound.org) creaky door - m_marek (freesound.org) Door, Front, Closing, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Door closing, door closed - steinhyrningur (freesound.org) Door_Heavy_Reverb_Open_Close - LamaMakesMusic (freesound.org) video_recorder_eject_cassette - magedu (freesound.org)

Krisha & Frank Show
Frank & Friends Show 0064

Krisha & Frank Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 40:08


Frank Murphy's friend Frank Rosamond is co-hosting today's episode. Frank plays the mayor in Encore Theatrical Company's production of Bright Star. He is the founder of Mondbiz Enterprises. He was previously the president of the Knoxville News Sentinel. He is the current chair of the Knoxville Opera board.  Remaining performances of Bright Star are July 15, and 16 at 7:30 p.m. and July 17 at 2:30 p.m. Call 423-318-8331 or visit https://etcplays.org for tickets.  Frank Rosamond was on Living East Tennessee to do a personality test of the show's hosts. It determines if you are people-oriented or task-oriented among other details.  Frank Rosamond was planning to rotate off the Knoxville Opera board when he was asked not only to stay on but to become the new chair. Frank Murphy compares it to his experience being elected president of the Front Page Foundation board.  Frank Rosamond describes how it was easier to get someone on the phone when he had the title of president of the newspaper. Frank Murphy can relate to the situation.  Frank Murphy has a friend who still uses a flip phone. She asked Frank to come over because her television audio was in Spanish and some other shows had the audio description for the blind.  Frank Murphy meant to offer Frank Rosamond some snacks like a fruit pouch or an Uncrustable. Rosamond isn't familiar with Uncrustables, which are frozen peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. You are supposed to let them thaw before eating them and are warned not to microwave them.  When Artie Rocket was visiting, he asked for some Diet Coke and Mentos. Frank only had some old cans of Diet Coke which did not produce as satisfying an explosion of fizz as a two-liter bottle does.  A friend of Frank's has pitched a show idea. The friend wants to have her daughter demonstrate the wigs and face paint she has designed for an upcoming production of Cats.  This episode is sponsored by BoneZones.com (don't forget the S). Buy books and other merchandise autographed by Body Farm founder Dr. Bill Bass at https://bonezones.com/  Support the Frank & Friends Show by purchasing some of our high-quality merchandise at https://frank-friends-show.creator-spring.com  Sign up for a 30-day trial of Audible Premium Plus and get a free premium selection that's yours to keep. Go to http://AudibleTrial.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  Find us online https://www.FrankAndFriendsShow.com/  Please subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://YouTube.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  and hit the bell for notifications.  Find the audio of the show on major podcast apps including Spotify, Apple, Google, iHeart, and Audible.  Find us on social media:  https://www.facebook.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  https://www.instagram.com/FrankAndFriendsShow  https://www.twitter.com/FrankNFriendsSh  Thanks!

Industrial Industries World Radio
Pepsi Light With Lemon - Wild World of Pepsi

Industrial Industries World Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 1:19


 In this edition of the Wild World of Pepsi, we look at Pepsi Light (With Lemon)Released: 1975Discontinued: 1988

The Brainy Business | Understanding the Psychology of Why People Buy | Behavioral Economics

Before I introduce you to this week's guest, I want to take a moment to celebrate a very special anniversary...two days before this episode airs, on July 6, 2022, we celebrated the four-year anniversary of The Brainy Business Podcast! Four years, 212 episodes (including this one, of course) and we are also dangerously close to 600,000 downloads of the podcast from over 170 countries, which is so awesome! (Pretty confident this episode will push us over that threshold…) I am so excited to introduce you to Dr. Daniel Crosby. In this episode, we talk a little about his books and the work he does in behavioral science around investing, which is very cool and so relevant. Investing is a time when we tend to throw logic out the window and the subconscious runs a bit rampant. But the main reason he is here today is that he recently had a tweet go viral. It had nothing to do with his work, and seemed like a fascinating opportunity to hear what it was like to create a tweet like that and live in the space of something everyone says they want -- to go viral -- and see what it has done for him personally, for his business, outlook...and any insights on what this says about human behavior that we can keep in mind for all the application in business. As I'm sure you can appreciate, this is so relevant to his work in investing and how people will randomly jump on one bandwagon over another and invest because the herd is doing so even when they haven't done their own research. Check out the episode to hear him tell you all about his viral tweet! Show Notes: [00:48] Two days before this episode airs, on July 6, 2022, we celebrated the four-year anniversary of The Brainy Business Podcast! [02:35] In the episode today, we talk a little about Daniel's books and the work he does in behavioral science around investing, which is very cool and so relevant. [05:40] Daniel shares about himself, his background, and the work he does. [07:31] He loves studying human behavior and thinking deeply about why people do the things that they do but he didn't want to do it in a clinical context.  [08:57] He has two popular books: The Behavioral Investor and the Laws of Wealth.  [11:03] The Laws of Wealth is his “ten commandments of investor behavior” and it talks about the power of behavioral principles.  [12:50] The Behavioral Investor is a deeper dive into externalities that are incredibly important but often overlooked.  [14:40] Dr. Crosby's top investment tips: automate, have a financial process, and get a third-party opinion on decisions.  [16:02] One of the reasons folks have such a hard time investing is because it is so counterintuitive.  [17:40] Our herding instinct does not serve us well in investing.  [20:38] Daniel's went viral with a tweet.  [22:17] When he figured out what was causing his tooth pain he decided he needed to make better health decisions and gave up Diet Coke.  [23:44] He snarkily tweeted that he had given up Diet Coke over a month ago and he didn't have any of the joys people told him he would receive.  [24:39] Elon Musk responded to his tweet and it went crazy with over 32 million views and over half a million likes and retweets.  [26:34] Part of what made his tweet go so viral was that there were at least two camps chiming in the comments, especially Diet Coke addicts. It also went viral on TikTok and Instagram.  [28:12] It struck something powerful in two very different groups of people.  [28:39] The most fascinating piece to him was follower count because he initially lost thousands of followers and then he ended up about where he started.  [29:55] His analytics showed that he gained 87 followers from a tweet that 32 million people saw in one day. It shows that going viral in an off-brand way doesn't do much for you.  [32:28] We spend so much time thinking about going viral and then it often doesn't help much.  [33:42] It was uncomfortable for him to have the heat turned up that high and know that many people were looking at him.  [35:40] He decided not to use the viral tweet for self-promotion or business because the content was very different.  [36:32] Melina shares an article that she recently wrote for Inc. about Brand Lessons from the Michelob Ultra Guy.  [39:18] Daniel shares about the Ocean Spray guy and his interaction with an intern at Diet Coke. He got a 24-pack and 2 six-packs of free soda.  [42:08] Usually we expect viral posts to be over the top. His tweet was surprising, it was funny and still vanilla.  [44:53] There is nothing so low stakes on the internet that people can't make a big deal about it. It gave him the sense of the power of a crowd so it actually made him go into his shell a bit.  [47:24] Melina shares her closing thoughts. [47:52] Melina shares Daniel's full viral tweet. [49:02] We as humans feel this need to strive for that silver bullet...the one thing that will change everything, but in reality, it is a lot of little things that add up to a life and business that makes a difference. [50:45] Don't sit around hoping and lamenting over that one thing that could change everything. Instead, focus on one thing you can do each day to get a little bit closer to your goals and show up where it counts, so people can rely on you and your content. [51:44] Whenever you are listening, will you pay it forward and share an episode with a friend? If you love the Brainy Business, let's share it with more people from around the world who would love to be a little more brainy. None of this would be possible without you, so thank you again for listening, subscribing, sharing, rating, and leaving reviews. I appreciate you! Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show.  I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! More from The Brainy Business:

After Work Drinks
Let's Talk About Sex (Therapy)

After Work Drinks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 56:22


POA for today: An impassioned case for the "girls holiday" (feat Caroline O'Donoghue); Nicole Kidman's Balenciaga debut; and Kate Moss' 'creative directorship' of Diet Coke. Plus, a fabulous interview with sex columnist/Sex Talks founder Emma Louise Boynton about the wonders of sex therapy. Follow Emma and book tickets to the next Sex Talks here. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Brunch
THE DIET COKE SUBSCRIPTION: Viral Town, Dead & Company, bad uses of money

Brunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 59:35


The boys have gone viral with a solid V. It's a big week for memes. A new daily trick is adopted and an outrageous subscription scheme is hatched. Support the podcast and buy us a Coca Cola Freestyle machine: patreon.com/listentobrunch

THE SIS LIST
THE SIS LIST #88

THE SIS LIST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 27:32


Mackii and Madeline are beyond excited to discuss all things Diet Coke, Rom Coms, Lindsay Lohan, Spice Girls, and SO MUCH MORE! 

NDR - Hör mal 'n beten to
Engelsch spoken

NDR - Hör mal 'n beten to

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 1:47


Unser Urlauber und "Hör mal 'n beten to"-Auslandsreporter Gerd Spiekermann berichtet wieder aus Amerika: Diesmal geht es um Begrüßungs- und andere Alltagsfloskeln. "Engelsch spoken" Hi guys oder Moin, Moin ut Amerika. Tja nu sünd wi al acht Weken in Uncle Sam sien Land ünnerwegens, overs över de Snackeree hier mööt ick mi doch noch jümmers wunnern. To'n Bispill: wenn du een bemöten deist - in'n Loden, in een Museum oder een Lokool, denn kriggst du foors to hööörn: How are you doing? Wo geiht di dat? Eerst heff ick dacht: Wat geiht di dat an un heff eenfach seggt: Okay. Dat geiht gor nich! Du seggst: Fine! And you, how are you doing? Un wo geiht di dat? Un denn höörst du: I'm fine too. Mi geiht dat ook goot. Wo wi al von Lokale snackt: Wullt du wat drinken, denn möößt du di goot utkennen: Ene Cola Light heet Diet Coke, overs Budlight is hier een ganz normal Beer. Möößt du mol wo hen, denn froog jo nich noch de Toilette, de toilet, dat heet hier Restrooms. Un so sünd de ook: Gerümig - mit veel Luft ünnen rüm un, wenn du groot genoog büst, to'n Röverkieken boben. Lang överleggt heff ick ook bi de Schiller in de Bussen un U-Bohnen. Överall steiht: Stand clear of the door! Schall ick so stohn, dat de Fohrer oder den Fohrersche weet, dat ick nu utstiegen will? Gegendeel! Du schasst von de Döör wegblieven, is dat clear, äh, klor? Un wenn dat noch nich clear is, denn kriggst du to höörn: Goh eenfach up use Homepage: www.wmata.com. Okay, ick versöök dat glieks mol up mien Handy, nee, dat heet hier mobile telephone. Got that? Hest du dat verstohn? Ja, Fine! See you, Take Care un Bye! Ja, ook bye bit to'n neegsten Mol. Hier gibt es mehr Plattdeutsch: Podcast: Die plattdeutsche Morgenplauderei "Hör mal 'n beten to" als als kostenloses Audio-Abo für Ihren PC: https://www.ndr.de/wellenord/podcast3096.html Die Welt snackt Platt: Alles rund um das Thema Plattdeutsch: https://www.ndr.de/plattdeutsch

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax
#50 – Christopher Nolan Presents: Yohoho and a Bottle of Cum

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 41:03


Diet Coke & Lilith dig for treasure with Pirate's Booty Cheddar Blast Rice & Corn Puffs & M&M's Crunchy Cookies. Intro voiceover by Jarett Raymond Music & Sounds used during the intro & Outro: Hall of the Mountain King by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Thunder by lennyboy (freesound.org) Door, Front, Opening, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Noise - Juandamb (fresound.org) Walking through Mud - Breviceps Strong wind inside house _ Viento fuerte interior casa - SonoRec (freesound.org) Tape Start - unfa (freesound.org) video_recorder_load_cassette_02 - Magedu (freesound.org) creaky door - m_marek (freesound.org) Door, Front, Closing, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Door closing, door closed - steinhyrningur (freesound.org) Door_Heavy_Reverb_Open_Close - LamaMakesMusic (freesound.org) video_recorder_eject_cassette - magedu (freesound.org)

FADcast
Episode 7, Maverick and Doc (and Piggly-Wiggly)

FADcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 64:33


Fireworks and dogs do not mix! We talk with Doctor Mark Williams about some last minute things you can do to help your dog make it through this difficult holiday (if they are scared of the loud noises); we also start an on-going conversation about marking in the home, and how to deal with that. Then we get the amazing Faith Easdale on to talk about Ella, a dog this very podcast helped find a home! WOW! And a little bit more too.All this amazing content, plus Sam and Ryan discuss alternatives to Diet Coke, nicknames, and the lovely city (town? suburb?) of Sierra Madre, California. Come and get this episode, lucky number seven!Notes: Skip ahead to Mark Williams at minute 11, and fireworks discussion at minute 33. Faith joins in at minute 41. The active ingredient Doctor Williams mentions to help calm dogs is Tryptophan. You can find Doctor Williams's practice here: https://www.sweetwatervet.net/site/homeThe dog Faith rescued in the ravine is posted about on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/faith.easdale/posts/pfbid02zssZSxim2SPx7akbeCc7RQUpyRvU7ZjSq1ngHL7fiDxoJfHdmMPq5Q1EACpSta14lYou can see a cute video of Ella here: https://www.facebook.com/faith.easdale/posts/pfbid034RjUbkkqATuxqUW2SpQovTpsU9AQpyEwAuVfnizwTocQpTj5h8KegWsH6FdKva7zlAnd the doggo rescued from the steel mill: https://www.facebook.com/faith.easdale/posts/pfbid0MWGfaQ12LiQLh3NXLnGxrckyPdxeRq1aRwjjc15nSb8b56kzLm3Z4RweRoot7vw2lFollow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FreeAnimalDr Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freeanimaldoctor/

FADcast
Heroes with SCARS!

FADcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 67:22


Episode 6!We're gaining on you George Lucas!!This week we interview Maydy from SCARS, SoCal Animal Rescue Squad. A pretty new rescue, SCARS has been kicking butt and taking names all over southern California, rescuing a lot of dogs and doing a lot of great work. Get over to our episode website here: https://freeanimaldoctor.org/heros-with-scars/As Maydy says "Scarred? You are stronger than whatever tried to hurt you!" And they do rescue so many hurt and injured dogs, many scarred not just physically but mentally and psychologically as well. So let's talk about it!But we are having fun too! Help us kick our Diet Coke habit, and listen in on today's idea: We try https://wavesoda.com/ and see if it could replace our Diet Coke habit.And also a SCARS dog we are helping raise money for, TOOTSIE: https://freeanimaldoctor.org/campaigns/tootsie/Get over to SCARS website if you are looking to adopt: https://jointhescars.org/adopt-a-hero

Marketing Unplugged
Delia Garced — Invite Diversity to the Table Where Decisions Are Made

Marketing Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 48:34


Delia Garced is Senior Director of Demand Generation at Waters. For the past 30-plus years, Delia has been leading and building global marketing teams at some of the world's biggest companies, including GE, where she served as a marketing leader for close to 25 years. She's a strong believer in diversity in the workplace and tries to foster inclusive teams. In this conversation, Co-hosts Mark Emond and Elle Woulfe talk with Delia about her involvement in advancing the leadership opportunities through the Latinx Executive Alliance, how GE shaped her leadership style, and how to lead GenZ team members, and her love of both the Gulf Coast and her native San Juan. This is an episode you won't want to miss!   Key Takeaways: [1:13] Mark welcomes Delia Garced to Marketing Unplugged. Delia has a career path of over more than 25 years, from GE to Waters. [2:55] Delia's first part of her career was linear in sales up to a management role. [3:44] Delia has a lot of curiosity. She tells about moving from sales into marketing and more. [5:17] Delia's last role at GE was very focused on enabling and driving change in the organization. It was time to become more digital. [5:52] Delia also worked in the accelerating leadership program in marketing and sales to build the next generation of executives, who became the early adopters of marketing automation. [6:37] Delia shares her experiences at GE during the Jack Welch and Jeff Immelt eras. She has observations about both leaders. [9:47] Jack Welch would look to exit a market where GE wasn't No. 1 or No. 2. Delia says, “We have to be the best that we can be in what we're doing,” and ties that back to Jack Welch. [11:40] Delia tells of her involvement with the Latinx Executive Alliance. She is an advisor to the board. She wants to see Latinx representation at the table where decisions are being made. [14:25] Delia was also Co-chair of GE's Hispanic Forum with about 200 volunteers in the group. Leadership showed them that diversity really matters. [15:53] Delia advises joining an Employee Resource Group for the opportunity to network with people from various business units, get training, and have more exposure within the company. [18:15] Elle is the executive sponsor of an ERG at the company where she works. She finds that attaching herself to a community spread across the company was very helpful. [19:18] Elle asks about creativity. Marketing has evolved so that you need to bring creativity with data. You have to be creative to engage with your customers while doing what drives results. [21:05] Do new marketers have gaps in their skill set? Delia would love for them to participate in summer internships and see what the jobs are about. What they learned in class is not enough. [22:48] Do something differently. Delia cites an IHOP campaign when they “changed their name” to the International House of Burgers. It made people stop and think. Try to do that for people. [24:10] Delia talks of change management and driving transformation. Delia tells how Waters learned to engage with customers differently than before. It required doing things differently. [26:27] Mark notes that people are the hardest part of change management. [26:53] What is Delia's leadership style? She wants people to understand the options that they have to make decisions and do their job. She defines the principle by which she hires people. [29:20] Mark and Delia discuss the differences between leading GenX, Millennials, and GenZ. GenZ is purpose-driven. For them to succeed, they need to feel a connection to the outcome. [32:13] What is your hallway reputation? Delia describes how she works with it. [36:09] How does Delia balance her work and life and likewise encourage the people she works with? She disconnects on the weekends and exercises. She sets an example for her people. [39:12] Elle rarely checks her email but is on Slack all day long to be super responsive but disconnects from it when she is with people. [39:59] Where would Delia visit in the U.S.? Montana, for the expansiveness! [40:00] Delia tells of her favorite place where she has lived. Florida means family! Going out in the open air and being in the sun, helps Delia refresh and recharge. [42:10] Snow or sun? Sun! Elle and Mark agree, too. [42:52] East Coast or West Coast? Delia takes this down to Florida. She loves the Gulf Coast for the slower pace of living over Florida's East Coast. For all of the U.S., the West Coast. [43:28] Go to the gym, or exercise at home? Classes at the gym! She gets competitive. [43:49] Book or movie? Movie! Last seen, The Lost City with Sandra Bullock and The Batman! [44:29] Coffee of tea? Diet Coke! [44:46] San Juan or Sarasota? San Juan! Her culture is calling her! [45:22] Who are three people, past or present, you would love to have dinner with? Her parents, from the past. Her international teams, from the present. There's nothing like sitting face-to-face just for the enjoyment of each other. [47:37] Elle and Mark thank Delia for the great conversation!   Mentioned in This Episode: Delia Garced on LinkedIn GE Latinx Executive Alliance Jack Welch Jeff Immelt Six Sigma at GE Hispanic Forum at GE Eloqua IHOP Slack  

Luxury IBS with Becky Rashidifard
29. Health Update and AMA

Luxury IBS with Becky Rashidifard

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 40:37


In today's episode of Luxury IBS, I am doing a Health AMA! I'm answering a bunch of questions I get in my DMs on the daily about my health, plus some other random updates about my life. I share my trip to New York, my thoughts on Diet Coke and how this relates to general nutrition and coping mechanisms, my experience with Topomax, an anti-seizure medication, the idea of biofeedback therapy to treat my pelvic floor dysfunction, and why I like to workout. I really enjoyed this episode and I hope you learned a little something along the way! Check out my free IBS friendly grocery list: www.beckyrashidifard.com  TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@beckyrashidifard?   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beckyrashidifard/  Website: https://www.beckyrashidifard.com/ 

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax
#49 – The New Bussy

Diet Coke & Lilith's House of Snax

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 44:46


Diet Coke & Lilith make some interesting logistical propositions about movie theaters and manage to sneak in some reviews of Haribo Sour Sketti & Candy Pop Popcorn Sour Patch Kids after that. Intro voiceover by Jarett Raymond Music & Sounds used during the intro & Outro: Hall of the Mountain King by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Thunder by lennyboy (freesound.org) Door, Front, Opening, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Noise - Juandamb (fresound.org) Walking through Mud - Breviceps Strong wind inside house _ Viento fuerte interior casa - SonoRec (freesound.org) Tape Start - unfa (freesound.org) video_recorder_load_cassette_02 - Magedu (freesound.org) creaky door - m_marek (freesound.org) Door, Front, Closing, A - InspectorJ (freesound.org) Door closing, door closed - steinhyrningur (freesound.org) Door_Heavy_Reverb_Open_Close - LamaMakesMusic (freesound.org) video_recorder_eject_cassette - magedu (freesound.org)

Ringer Dish
Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker Split, Jason Derulo Sings Opera, and Ben Affleck Has a Pepsi Machine | Tea Time

Ringer Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 58:43


Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker have split after two years and Bill Nye is getting married (1:00). Jason Derulo took a break midway through his concert to sing some opera (10:30). This week's Cringe Mode is ‘Showgirls' (20:17). And why does Ben Affleck need a personal fountain machine that has both Diet Pepsi and Diet Coke (47:02)? Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer Producer: Kaya McMullen Links mentioned on the podcast today: Abortionfunds.org, Abortionfinder.org, PlannedParenthood.org, and usow.org/repro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Burnt Toast by Virginia Sole-Smith
Why Anti-Thin Jokes are Anti-Fat

Burnt Toast by Virginia Sole-Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


The reason people are angry at thin women is because they hate fat. Yes, of course, we should not be yelling at skinny people. But it’s important to hold that together with, when those jokes get made, they’re actually anti-fat jokes. They’re not anti-thin jokes.You’re listening to Burnt Toast! This is the podcast where we talk about diet culture, fatphobia, parenting, and health.Today we are doing another Ask Me Anything episode! Corinne Fay is back by popular demand, and we’re both answering a whole bunch of your questions. We intended this one to be writing-themed but we ended up talking about houseplants a lot. You’re welcome. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe, rate and review us in your podcast player! It’s free and a great way to help more folks find the show. Of course, the other best way to support the show is with a paid subscription. And as we wrap up June and Burnt Toast’s one year anniversary, I’m giving you a week to take a permanent 20 percent off your subscription price! That gets it down to just $4/month or $40 for the year ($3.33/month, the cheapest this ever gets). Yes, you can both get this discount AND enter the Burnt Toast Book Giveaway. Sometimes life rewards procrastinators. Also: I’m always happy to offer comp subscriptions if paying isn’t feasible for you. And you can still enter the giveaway by completing our reader survey!PS. If you’ve already done the survey or gotten/renewed a subscription and aren’t sure you entered the giveaway, please fill out this form. And keep sending in your questions for Virginia’s Office Hours! If you have a question about navigating diet culture and anti-fat bias that you’d like to talk through with me, or if you just want to rant about a shitty diet with me, you can submit your question/topic here. I’ll pick one person to join me on the bonus episode so we can hash it out together.Episode 49 TranscriptVirginiaAll right, we’ve got a whole big list of questions we’re gonna work through. Where do you want to start?CorinneThe first question is: How did you get started as a writer?VirginiaI have written about this before, so here is one of the early episodes of the podcast where I give the whole story. I was an English and creative writing major in college. I went to school in New York, so I did a bunch of free internships at magazines. My first job out of college was as an editorial assistant at Seventeen magazine. That is where I got my start writing, so a lot of “get your best bikini body” stories and prom bodies. Lots of event-based bodies in the teen magazine world. We did also do some really good health reporting. I remember doing a big story about vaginas. A misconception about women’s media is that everyone who works there hates women, when it’s actually mostly run by feminists who are up against advertising and always caught in that vortex. So, I learned a ton. There was a lot of very good journalism happening there, but always under this umbrella of how do we sell beauty products and clothes to teenage girls. From there I went to another women’s magazine and then in 2005, I went freelance and that’s what I’ve been doing ever since. Okay the next question is for you! How and why did Corinne start @SellTradePlus? It is such a unique community and vision. CorinneI started @selltradeplus in 2018. I started it because I was addicted to looking at other buy/sell/trade accounts on Instagram and was never seeing my size. I just thought, if I were going to a used clothing store, I would just go to the section that was my size. So why not just make a size-based Buy Sell Trade account? And that’s kind of how it got started. And then I really liked the people that I was meeting. And I think it’s turned into a bit more of a community.VirginiaIt is a lovely community. You’re very good at community building. Corinne Thank you. VirginiaI hear a lot of Corinne love from people who find my work through you.CorinneThat’s so nice. VirginiaAs well they should be. And we will also link back to the first time you were on the podcast, because you kind of told your whole origin story in more detail there, too. So folks can catch up there. And you do those weekly discussion posts where people chat about all sorts of different things. It is much more than just the clothes, although the clothes are excellent. CorinneIt’s a fun place to be. Okay, the next question is: Can you share a little bit about your own progression from dieting to anti-diet mentality? VirginiaI think we should both answer this one, if you’re up for it. So, as I mentioned, I started in women’s magazines and wrote a lot of shitty diet stories. Very much in the diet world, while also feeling conflicted about it and rationalizing many of those stories to myself. Like, “this one’s not really a diet, it’s just about portion control.” Or, you know, “this one’s not really a diet, it’s eating the way Michael Pollan told you to eat, so that’s fine,” etc, etc, and increasingly getting frustrated about that. But not really understanding a different way to think about food. The turning point in my story is around the time my first daughter was born, and she was born with a rare congenital heart condition that required her to be on a feeding tube. We spent two years helping her learn to eat again, so it was like the reverse of dieting. I was grasping for all these external rules, wanting someone to tell me how to do this, how to get eating right for her, and then increasingly realizing there were no rules. There was nobody who could fix it. We had to get her back to a safe place with food by helping her learn to trust her body again. And that started to connect a lot of dots for me about the way I had been eating over the years and not trusting my body. Diet culture separates all of us from being able to trust ourselves. That was my big, “okay, I’m done with this,” moment, even though it wasn’t like one moment. I mean, it was a long process. I can remember when she was around 18 months old, saying something shitty about my body and having her repeat it back to me, and then thinking like, Well, okay, I’m done with that now. This kid has fought too hard to feel safe in her body. I’m not going to be the one to screw it up for her. CorinneThat’s a lot of pressure. VirginiaIt is, but it also made it so clear. Do you know what I mean? This is one of those things that in a way I sort of hate, being like, “becoming a mother liberated me from diet culture,” because it feels like, honestly, sort of a b******t narrative. I hate when we credit motherhood with being this mystical thing. It’s honestly mostly just diapers. It’s not that glamorous. But it is true that it is often easier to do things for other people than it is to do them for ourselves. And since I had this very clear goal of not wanting to pass this on to her, it was like failure is no longer an option, in that sense. CorinneThat makes sense.I feel like I don’t have a good answer. I’m not a mom and I think it hasn’t always been just like a linear progression for me. I’ve wavered back and forth, and I think I also, even from a younger age, had kind of an oppositional personality where I was always just kind of like, “Screw anyone who’s telling me what to do.” There was a long time where I went back and forth between being on one hand, f**k diets or whatever anyone else is telling me to do, and on the other hand, thinking the only way I can be happy is by losing weight. I wish I had a moment when I was just like, I’m done. But I mean, I think eventually it just is exhausting and you’re tired of it.VirginiaYou realize how much mental energy it takes, and physical energy. And it’s like, other things are more interesting? I think everyone can relate to it not being linear. I mean, mine wasn’t linear. I thought I was fully out of diet culture and in 2015, I wrote a story about detox diets where I went on a detox diet for a month to write the story. And at the time, I would have been like, No, I’m not dieting anymore. I’m very much out of diet culture now. And I reread the article recently, it was like…CorinneIt’s very easy to get sucked back in. VirginiaYeah, it really is. CorinneThey’re always finding new ways to get you.VirginiaThey really are. They’re very good at that. I understand why this person asked that question because getting to the anti-diet mentality feels like a goal and it is because there’s obviously a lot of benefits that come with it. Like, you are not obsessing about food and beating yourself up when you eat and that’s really lovely. But I am almost wary of framing it as a goal to work towards because that can be a sort of parallel dieting experience. Do you know what I mean?CorinneYeah, that’s a good point. I don’t think it feels like you ever get to a point where you’re just like, “now I’m at peace forever.” I still am sometimes like, “oh, I don’t want to deal with airplane seats.”VirginiaIt’s maybe more like getting to a place where you can more quickly recognize the pattern of, “Oh, I am responding to this larger cultural situation. It’s not my fault.” Being able to place the blame where it belongs is in some ways more the goal, if we’re going to talk about it as a goal.CorinneSo that the next question is: Is there a balance between slamming the thin ideal, but inadvertently slamming, less fat, slender-ish, petite bodied people as crappy?VirginiaThis is a very interesting question. It does remind me of the column we did where the question was, “what if I just don’t want to be fat?” I think there’s often something that comes up for less fat, slender-ish, petite-bodied people, when they start to hear us pushing back against the thin ideal, and they take it really personally. I’ve interviewed lots of women in thin bodies who talk about the constant shaming they get for being thin. And this is a real thing, right? People will say to a thin woman, like, “I hate you. You’re so skinny,” or “How can you eat whatever you want and never gain weight? Oh, my God, I’m so angry.” They get a lot of hostility for their thinness. But, the hostility is rooted in anti-fat bias. The reason people are angry at the thin woman is because they hate fat. Like, yes, of course, we should not be yelling at skinny people, but I think it’s really important to hold that when those jokes get made, they’re actually anti-fat jokes. They’re not anti-thin jokes. So in terms of finding this balance, personal attacks help nobody, but it is fine to be critical of the thin ideal that is oppressive to all of us, and particularly oppressive to people in larger bodies. In doing that, you are not causing harm to thin people. CorinneThe next question is part two of the previous question: Is there a balance of accepting nutrition or GI research as beneficial and informative and slamming probiotic supplements, foods, and quick convenience powders?VirginiaOkay, so I would flip this. As it currently stands, nutritional research is not terribly beneficial or informative for individuals. In part because it tends to be very poorly done. Most nutrition studies rely on people self reporting. People are really bad at self-reporting what they ate. A lot of nutritional research will do stuff like study what broccoli does if we feed it in huge quantities to a rat, and you’re not a rat who eats huge quantities of broccoli, so the fact that it prevented cancer in that rat is not applicable to your life. There is a lot about nutritional science that is useful to nutrition scientists. But it gets reported on and marketed and communicated to the public as if we should be living by these lessons. It gets turned into best selling diet books. And then when you look at the source material, it’s like, this was a study on 30 people and we didn’t follow them very long. We didn’t ask them the right questions and it was only men, or something like that. There are all these limitations to the research. So I think that it’s really good to be critical and curious about nutritional science and to realize that it often doesn’t have a big place in your life. At the same time, I’m much more forgiving of people finding a quick convenience protein powder as an efficient way to have breakfast in the morning. In my house, we have protein powder in smoothies every morning because my kids are both cautious eaters and they like it. It’s a useful way of making sure they get like a good amount of energy for the day, if they want to otherwise live on, you know, carpet lint, and Tic Tacs or whatever. I will certainly be critical of the marketing hype that these products come with. I don’t love when they’re claiming to be super foods, and everyone’s heard my rant on Athletic Greens. But if your take is, “These Clif Bars are so helpful to keep in my bag because I work an eight hour shift and I don’t get a lunch break and I can eat one and not starve,” that’s great. When I say let’s not shame foods, I mean all of the foods. We don’t have to shame any of the foods. But you don’t have to buy into the hype around these foods. You don’t have to buy into the claim that they should replace other foods in your diet or anything like that.CorinneThat seems like a good distinction. Okay. The next one is a parenting question: How do you deal with judgment from health care providers who disagree with choices you make, i.e. breastfeeding past one year, not doing cry it out. So, not harmful choices, but choices that may fall outside the mainstream.VirginiaI almost didn’t answer this question because I did not breastfeed past five months and I definitely did cry it out. So, I’m not judging your choices, but I am someone who can only offer the other side of this. But, if you only breastfeed your baby for four to five months, you’re gonna get judgment for not doing it long enough. So, I do know what you mean in terms of making a choice that’s different from “gold standard” advice about parenting. I think it’s so hard with your first because you don’t know what the hell you’re doing and it’s very easy to feel super unnerved by it all. I think that confidence is something that just comes with time. The more you parent your own kids and see what works for them, you feel more comfortable saying, “that best practice doesn’t actually apply to our life in any way.” Where I do certainly relate is the advice on kids below two should have zero added sugar. I mean, what? That’s not useful, it’s not realistic. If your kids are eating food at daycare, if they have an older sibling who gets given a cupcake, you’re of course going to let your toddler or your baby have some sugar. And they’re going to be great and suffer no consequences from it. So, certainly around nutrition is a piece where I find myself often making the “unpopular” decision with a healthcare provider. We can link to that episode Sara Louise Peterson and I did on gentle parenting. We went a lot deeper into this. Because it’s not just healthcare providers, it’s also social media and mom friends and mom groups on Facebook that can get like really weird and dogmatic fast. All those places where they tend to present parenting in a binary state, that you’re either doing it right or you’re doing it wrong. And anyone who’s actually spent any time with a kid knows that you’re always doing it a little bit wrong, but it’s fine. That’s the best we can do on any given day.CorinneMan, I do not envy parents.VirginiaIt’s real fun to be doing something that requires you to be regularly sleep deprived and hungry at odd hours.CorinneAnd always slightly failing. VirginiaI do have one quick story. So, my four year old has been home sick like every week for the past month with some nonsense because ever since we took masks out of schools, the kids are getting all of the diseases they didn’t get for the last two years. Last week she was home for three days straight. It was the third week in a row with this really bad cough. We’ve tested and tested and it’s not COVID. So by the end of the third day, I was like, we’ve got to get out of the house. We’ve got to go do something. It’s a beautiful day. She’s been watching TV for three days straight because Dan and I have to work and she’s here. So, we pick up her older sister. We go to get ice cream and we’re down by the river. It’s a beautiful afternoon. I’m feeling so successful. Like, I got both kids out. We’re getting ice cream. How lovely. She inhales her ice cream, spills it all the way down herself, and then gets a coughing fit and throws up her ice cream all over herself and the park bench and multiple other surfaces. And I was just like, why do I try? There was an older woman on the park bench next to us, dramatically turning her head to the side. Literally like, “I can’t look at you, this is so revolting.” And then another mom from school and her kids were a little further down. Here’s my kid starting to gag and she’s like, “Do you need help?” And I’m just like, what help can you even offer?CorinneOh my God. VirginiaSo there’s quite an audience for this whole experience. The parenting win there is that I had remembered to bring baby wipes. I was so f*****g proud of myself because we’re past the stage where we need baby wipes all the time so I don’t always think to have them. But I went through a pile of baby wipes. I got a bottle of water, I was cleaning puke off the sidewalk and off this park bench. And then, I want to get her back in the car, but I don’t want her to puke again. So I’m like, “Okay, guys, why don’t you just play while we make sure she’s done puking?” And other people are clearly like, WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE? There was a lot of judgment. CorinneI am so sorry. VirginiaIt was fine. I was rage texting Dan while I’m cleaning puke off the park bench. But once you’ve survived your first—I mean, it’s not even my first, it’s probably like my dozenth—public vomiting, it’s like whatever! They can think what they want. Unless you’re the one here cleaning the puke off the park bench, you don’t get to judge. I’m sorry for that disgusting story. We can move on.CorinneNo, I love it. Well, this is also kind of a tangent, but where does that advice about not giving kids sugar before two years come from? VirginiaOh, I think it’s the American Heart Association.CorinneIs that based on facts? VirginiaWe should do a deep dive on this. CorinneOr is this where we’re like take nutritional studies with a grain of salt. VirginiaYes, I think it’s definitely that. I would have to look into the source material on this, but based on where some of these other guidelines have come from, my guess is they’re taking a large-scale study and they’re finding a small correlation of kids who ate less sugar had lower rates of X, Y, and Z health conditions later on. So, it is correlation, not causation, right? Because you cannot prove a negative. You can’t prove that not eating sugar prevented it. All you can say is some households feed their kids more sugar than others and those households correlate to these other conditions. But what else might be contributing to that? Like, if you’re a low-income family, and McDonald’s is a really reasonable way for you to get calories in your kid, your kid is consuming more sugar than the Whole Foods mom’s kid has consumed.The other thing that research doesn’t tell us is the harm caused by restricting sugar. It may be that you could even prove a causal link between kids who eat less sugar and future heart disease risk, but you may also be able to prove a causal link between kids who eat less sugar and kids who have eating disorders. And if I’m worrying about my kid’s mortality, kids are more likely to die of eating disorders than they are of heart disease. So, if we’re really gonna get serious about health risks, we have to consider all aspects. Being restrictive around sugar leads to kids who fixate on sugar. We see this over and over. We’ve seen this in experimental studies that are really well done. So we know that that is just not practical advice for parents.CorinneWell, too bad it’s not practical, because it’s everywhere.VirginiaYep, they’re still gonna make you feel bad about not doing it.CorinneAll right. Let’s move on to our favorite topic! What’s your favorite house plant? And how do you keep it alive?VirginiaI mean, I cannot pick a favorite house plant, people. It’s is really hard.CorinneOkay, do you have a least favorite? VirginiaOh, that’s a good question. CorinneI have a least favorite. VirginiaLet me think. Okay, what’s your least favorite? Because I’m thinking…CorinneMother of Thousands? It’s the one that makes a million babies and I hate it. I literally just threw it away because I was like, I can’t. Too prolific.VirginiaIt is very prolific. I have one of those that my stepdad brought back from a trip. My mother was like, “please take this thing out of my house.” Because they can get really tall, too. They’re quite enormous. CorinneIt’s messy. I don’t want to be just throwing away all these little things all the time. VirginiaYeah, you actually don’t need thousands of that one plant. CorinneI don’t even want one. Virginia I have it in a very small pot, so I think I’m containing it a little bit. One plant that I am frustrated by, because I love it, but I’m having trouble with is my string of bananas. I’m doing really well with a string of pearls. String of bananas is similar to string of pearls, but instead of little pearls, they are shaped like little bananas. They’re just so finicky! If you overwater them, they don’t like it, but they do want some water and so we’re kind of in a little love/hate relationship where I’m like, I really like you but you don’t seem happy here. Is it me? We’re trying to work it out. One of my favorite houseplants is my polka dot leaf begonia. She’s just really lovely. And also a little high maintenance but I get it, you’re very pretty, you’re loud. I’ve got her in a good spot and she’s doing well. They’re really, really cool. Any of the fancy leaf begonias are pretty cool if you have the right conditions for them.CorinneDo you have a fiddle leaf fig?VirginiaOh God no. I’ve killed two, if not three, fiddle leaf figs.CorinneI killed one and I was like, that’s enough.VirginiaYeah, because they’re expensive if you buy a big one. I don’t think I have the right conditions in my house for a fiddle leaf fig because we have only have one south facing room and I don’t have space in there to get another giant plant in. I don’t know, figs are so hard. They’re the hardest.CorinneThey seem like they’re always just slowly dying.VirginiaYeah, and they look so gorgeous when they’re working and then they’ll just drop all their leaves. And then they are just a stick. I had one that was just a stick for a year. I kept hoping it would come back. I feel like if you like a big leaf plant like that, which of course I love big leaf plants, like you can do a Monstera. That’ll get just as giant for you. I have a Dieffenbachia that’s got pretty big leaves. And Elephant’s Ear. Elephant Ears can be a little finicky in the winter but they’re worth it. There are other options. You don’t have to fall for the fiddle leaf fig, is what I’m saying.CorinneThe next question is: What does work life balance look like for you right now? And what do you wish was different?VirginiaI was thinking about this because last month there was a question about how I get time for myself and I realized I forgot to share in that question that one of the main things I do is wake up really early. The rest of my family sleeps till like 7:30 and I get up at five and I have time to myself then. When my work life balance is not great, I get up at five and I work before my kids are awake for two hours. And since I’m finishing my book right now, a lot of my early morning time is working. So, when I’m done writing this book, I will get that chunk of morning time back, and then I really like to go out in the summer and be in the garden during that time, or read, or just not be talked to by my family. In terms of general work/life balance: I love my family very much, but I am the only member of my family (of origin) who doesn’t work weekends. And it’s a really big accomplishment for me to be breaking the generations of workaholism, in that sense. My sister is an urban education high school teacher. It’s really hard not to work nights and weekends with that job. My dad and my stepmom are college professors. Working on weekends is what I grew up with. And I totally get it and I didn’t want it. So I’m very proud that I don’t work weekends, for the most part. What about you, you’re kind of going through a big transition right now. Do you want to talk about that?CorinneSure. I don’t know what my work life balance is gonna look like. I just left my full-time job and I’m focusing some time and energy on @selltradeplus and Burnt Toast and some other freelance-y things. I’m very much figuring it out and I’m trying to have a little break where I’m just spending less time on my phone, hopefully. VirginiaYeah, because you have been working weekends, as I know, because you often do Burnt Toast work on the weekends. You have been doing a lot.Corinne Yes, for a long time my schedule was do @selltradeplus before work, go to work for eight hours, do @selltradeplus after work, do Burnt Toast on the weekends. So, just trying to shift that a little bit!VirginiaI think we all want you to have more downtime. I’m really a big fan of changing that. CorinneThis past week has been my first week without going into my job and I have felt really weird. Just, it’s really weird not having like coworkers. But yeah, I’m sure I’ll adjust.Alright. This is kind of a follow up question: Could you talk about finding time to write with young children? Especially making mental space for it. Young children being under four.VirginiaWell, so, as I said, getting up at five in the morning. I realize it’s the least sexy advice ever. Something about having kids broke me and made me a morning person. I also go to bed at like 8:30 at night now. I just became my mother immediately when I had kids and got on that schedule. Obviously, if you are wired differently, you could make it a nighttime writing time. I know lots of folks who do that. Once the kids go to bed, that’s when they get time. I’m assuming with this question, this is not your full-time job. Because I do want to acknowledge the privilege of, I was already a full-time professional writer before my children came on the scene. I was making a full-time income from it, therefore it had to continue because it was bringing in 50 percent of my household income. We’ve had daycare or a nanny, or now they’re in school, but we’ve had childcare built into our lives from the time they were really little, because it was necessary for both of us to work. Of course, COVID made that very different because then they were home all the time. The hardest point for me is the days I pick them up from school and have them in the late afternoons. Because young children are terrible in the late afternoons, they’re really grumpy and need snacks. That’s why the ice cream seemed like such a good idea at the time, before it ended in puke. And my brain is still really in my work at that point, like I don’t have a transition. This is where I can understand having a commute must be nice, because you have thirty minutes in the car to transition out. So, often I’m parenting and still looking at my phone to check work emails or I’ll think of something and want to make notes. It’s really hard, having half attention for both. My advice is, whenever you can, even if it’s not a lot of time, carve out whatever time you can separate and protect that ruthlessly as your writing time. Even if it’s a couple hours a week when you can get a babysitter. Don’t try to do the half in both worlds thing because I think that’s where the burnout really comes.CorinneThe next question is: Recommendations for a new homeowner to learn about gardening? VirginiaThis is a fun one. This came from Instagram because I’ve been sharing incessant garden pictures because this is the best time of year for my garden. So you’re just going see it constantly, at the moment. If you are on the East Coast, and you want to be a gardener, my number one tip is the blog A Way to Garden by Margaret Roach. She gardens here in the Hudson Valley. She was a garden editor for Martha Stewart a long time ago and has the most exquisite garden in the world.  She’s a genius. She has a wonderful podcast. She knows just everything about everything. And the website is like a treasure trove of what kind of mulch to get, how to use mulch, how to start seeds, how to think about design, all of these different things. So that would be my first step. I think it’s probably useful even for people in other gardening zones, like the specific plants change if you’re in the Southwest, like Corinne, or on the west coast. But a lot of the principles are the same. Otherwise, what I did with our second house that was more useful, was I did spend some time making a master plan of all the different little areas. Like, this is where eventually a fire pit might go. This is where a shade garden could go or whatever. And then like, just tackle one of those projects per year instead of trying to do it all at once. So we’re now five years into what is probably a ten year list of projects, but I’m more realistic about what we can get done. The other tip I will give if you are a new homeowner and this is your first season in your house: Don’t do much this year, because you haven’t lived there through a whole growing season. You don’t even know what you have, where the light is, what your soil is like. So even though you want to get going and there’s stuff you want to change, like, just take a break. Get some containers and pot some stuff up and put it on your porch instead. Because doing too much before you really understand your property, I think can lead to wasting money and effort. What about you, you’re starting to work on a garden now, right, Corinne? Corinne I have lived in my house for a couple years and that advice is definitely good. There’s still stuff I’m discovering, like, “Oh, there’s irises planted here, which makes no sense because they’re getting no water.” But yeah, someone definitely put a lot of like time and thought and care into my backyard. So, we’ll see. I’m hopefully going to start doing some more work. I’m very envious of your raised beds. I’m also curious if you’ve ever watched any Monty Don?VirginiaOh my god. We could do a whole Monty Don fan episode. CorinneOkay, great, because I was going to recommend Big Dreams, Small Spaces or Gardener’s World.VirginiaYes, Gardener’s World, for sure. I can’t believe I didn’t start there. He was my COVID survival strategy. My older daughter and I would watch it together in the evenings and make lots of plans. I love it so much.CorinneIt’s so soothing. VirginiaSo soothing. CorinneAlso less relevant for the Southwest, but still just great to watch.VirginiaI know. I’m interested that you like it because you’re gardening in such a different climate.CorinneI mean, I’m always like, “Maybe they’ll do an episode in the desert.” But yeah, I mean, I just think Monty Don is so lovely.VirginiaYes, and his dogs are so lovely.CorinneHe has great style. VirginiaOh, yes. My mom is British, so the reason I’m a gardener is because of my British DNA. Like, everyone in England gardens, pretty much. CorinneI mean, there’s a gardening celebrity.VirginiaLiterally one of their number one celebrities. My grandfather was a really intensive gardener, my aunt, both my cousins garden… It’s a big part of our family. And, yes, he’s the epitome of British gardening style. It makes me so happy. He’s always in a little cardigan and Wellington boots and it’s just delightful. Everything about it so good and there’s tons of really practical advice.CorinneYes. And tons of episodes if you need something to watch for hours.VirginiaYeah. They’ve been making that show for like a hundred years. Definitely recommend a Monty Don deep dive.CorinneOkay, here’s another fun one. What is your dream vacation?VirginiaThis is hard because since we’ve been travel-starved for so long and we’re just getting back to travel, I have such a long list. A dream vacation that I am waiting until my children are older to take is, I really want to do a very foodie trip in Italy. I did a trip like that when I was in my 20s and it was amazing. It’s the kind of trip I want to recreate with my kids, but I want them to be more fun to eat with first. Because right now, going out to restaurants is still hard with my four year old. And the fact that Italians eat dinner at 10 o’clock at night, all of that would be tricky right now. So we’ll get there. That’s a big one. I also have never been to Greece and that’s been on my list forever. What about you?CorinneI would love to go to Italy and Greece. The one that comes to mind for me, which is kind of a never-gonna-happen one, I think. But have you heard of Amangiri?VirginiaNo. What is it?CorinneIt’s a crazy resort, I think it’s in Utah. It just it’s like it looks very beautiful. Like it’s just like this kind of stark…VirginiaI’m googling.CorinneIt just looks beautiful and incredibly serene. I feel like celebrities always go there. I know one time I tried to guess how much it was, and I was like, maybe like $500 a night? Like thinking that was like wild. It’s so much more than that.VirginiaNo, it’s so much more than that. I’m on their website now, I can confirm it’s definitely going to be more than $500. CorinneBut it looks awesome, right? It just seems fun to go there and like turn off your phone for a week. It’s also on an incredibly large, like hundreds of acres, property where you can hike around and stuff. VirginiaOh my gosh, this looks beautiful. This is a good fantasy one. Speaking of completely over the top hotel fantasies, I’m so mad at Highlights Magazine for this. Highlights Magazine had an article that was like cool hotels, which, like, why?CorinneWhat? For kids? That makes no sense. VirginiaIt was supposed to be hotels that would be like very kid friendly. So there was like a Disney one, which whatever. But then there was one in, I want to say, I think it was in Bali? And it’s literally under the ocean. So it’s like the bedroom was like a giant aquarium basically. I will find it and link it.CorinneThat sounds incredible. VirginiaAnd it’s $10,000 a night.CorinneAnd now your daughter’s like, “Please? For my birthday?”VirginiaAnd I couldn’t stop laughing and she was like, is that a lot of money? She’s a kid, she doesn’t get money. She’s like, “What do you think? Are you saying we don’t have $10,000?” I’m like, “We’re not gonna spend it on that!!”[Virginia’s Note: After we recorded Corinne did find this underwater hotel room for the comparatively bargain price of $1840 per night. I’m still not taking my 8-year-old!]CorinneYeah, that’s very reasonable. Okay, what about favorite podcasts?VirginiaWe have to give Maintenance Phase a shout out. Obviously, if you’re looking for anti-diet content and you’re listening to us and not Maintenance Phase, you did that backwards because you should have started there. They do excellent work, Aubrey gordon and Michael Hobbes. That’s a big one that I never miss. I’m also really into Everything Is Fine with Kim France and Jennifer Romolini. It is a podcast for women over 40, which I admit just hearing that tagline I was like, fine, put us in a box. But it’s so good. They’re both former women’s magazine people. Kim France was the editor in chief of Lucky magazine during like Conde Nast’s big towncar heyday years. They’re very funny and smart. They did a great episode on Roe. They have really interesting authors on and the chitchat between the two of them is really good. It’s a great listen. And not just for women over 40, I feel like anyone could enjoy it. What about you?CorinneI’m really into this astrology podcast, Ghost of a Podcast. So if you’re into the woo side of things, I recommend that. I also love Reply All, which I know is very popular. I’m sure everyone’s listening to that. VirginiaThat’s a good one. CorinneThe last question is, what’s the most destructive health or diet culture message you’ve received?VirginiaI think one message that has taken me personally the longest time to work through was the message that exercise is only for weight management. When I was a kid, I was a skinny kid, and I hated sports and hated moving my body. I was an indoor cat, for sure. I just wanted to read and play pretend and not be physical. And it was fine because I was skinny, right? But that meant that then when I was no longer skinny, I felt like this obligation to exercise to get back to my thinness, which did not work. I had a pretty disordered relationship with exercise in my 20’s. No one ever said, maybe you would love moving your body for other reasons, right? There was no option on the table to enjoy exercise or just joyful movement, whatever you want to call it, on its own terms or for its own pleasures. So it has taken me most of my 30’s to really get to a place where I do notice implicit benefits to exercise that are not related to body size. I want to do it when I wake up in the morning. I feel joy when I do it. And I don’t even have that all the time still, you know? There was a long time where I really couldn’t do any cardio because it was too triggering. What about you?CorinneWell, that’s a really good answer. I think for me it would be that the path to happiness is thinness. Like, don’t you just want to be happy? Stuff like that, I guess.VirginiaLike feeling like your life needs to be on hold until you lose weight?CorinneAnd also just that being thinner will make you happier. That has not been the correlation in my life. VirginiaNo, it very often is not. I think that’s a really common and super insidious one. And it’s holding a lot of people back from just living their lives. Butter For Your Burnt ToastVirginiaAll right. Well, let’s bring us up. I realized when I ordered these questions, I picked a sad one to end on. “Let’s talk about terrible diet messages. Okay, goodbye!” No. We will bring it up now with Butter for your Burnt Toast. Corinne, last time you were on, you set a very high bar for yourself.CorinneI know I was actually struggling a little bit because I don’t think I can really live up to that.VirginiaI don’t think anyone ever can, so you can release yourself from that pressure.CorinneOkay. My endorsement is slightly related to what you were just saying, which is that sometimes, I’m just living my life and I get a feeling in my body of , I want to do something other than walk the dog and garden, which are like my usual exercise activities. I subscribe to a lot of Substacks, but one of my favorite is She’s a Beast, which is Casey Johnston’s newsletter about being strong and lifting weights. She recently started a couch-to-barbell program called Liftoff, so I decided that I would just look into it. I don’t have a good track record with finishing programs or following programs. But it’s divided into three phases and the first phase requires only your house and a broomstick. And there’s a YouTube video that you can follow along with and it takes less than 15 minutes, which is incredible!VirginiaOh my gosh!CorinneYou just do like six exercises maybe? And they’re all probably stuff you’ve done before. I love that it starts off like so simply and I don’t know if I’ll make it to phase two, but I’ve done phase one.VirginiaYou’re enjoying phase one. That’s awesome.CorinneI’ve done it six times or something. I just think it’s great. So I want to just recommend that program and also Casey’s newsletter which is about fitness-y stuff, but she definitely has an anti-diet lens.VirginiaYeah, very fat-positive, strong critiques of fitness culture which are really well done. I want to do this, too, now. You’re influencing me. This looks great. CorinneWell, let me know if you do.VirginiaI will. I am endlessly in physical therapy, as people know, because of my back and ankle. I’m trying to get out now, but I can’t. The other week I was like, “I feel like I’m done.” And she was like, “No, I feel like you’re in that place where you’re no longer in active pain but if you leave, you will re-injure yourself immediately.” And I was like “Touché.” But I am getting bored. For a while I was an A student with physical therapy and would do my exercises every morning and now I’m just losing interest. I need a new program, so I’m gonna check this out.CorinneYeah, it’s really so fun and easy to just follow a YouTube video. I just put it on and like put it on silent and listen to a podcast while I’m waving my little broomstick around.VirginiaSo, I am recommending an absurdly large water jug. A while back I posted on Instagram that I get migraines and I loosely tie getting migraines to the days when I drink only Diet Coke. This is not a criticism of Diet Coke, it’s necessary to my wellbeing, but I should drink water, too, to be a person. Sometime I want to do a reported piece on hydration culture. It’s a whole thing, for sure. However, I do need to drink water and I asked for recommendations and a couple of people recommended this. It is the Stanley GO IceFlow 64oz Stainless Steel Flip Straw Jug. It’s a beast. It’s enormousCorinneIs 64 ounces a gallon?VirginiaIt is a gallon. Yes.CorinneOkay, I also have a gallon water jug.VirginiaThis is maybe why we were destined to be friends. CorinneYours looks really good though.VirginiaI appreciate the size, but I have never once drunk 64 ounces in a day. I’ve had it for a couple weeks now, I have never once drunk 64 ounces in one day. Like, that’s just, I cannot drink that much water in a day. That’s a ridiculous amount of water. But what I love about it is, it is so well insulated that it stays cold all day long. I do not like drinking tepid water. That is not interesting to me. It was 90 degrees here all weekend. We were out at the pool. I was out gardening the whole day. And I would fill this thing up in the morning with a bunch of ice cubes and cart it outside with me. And last night at eight o’clock, I was like Dan, you have to drink this water. It’s so cold. And he was like, thank you for sharing with me that your water is cold. CorinneDo you have to like lift it over your head to drink it?VirginiaNo! You don’t have to lift it. It is not a barbell workout. You can just hold it up and tilt it a little bit to drink. I have been self conscious to drink out of it like on a Zoom. Because I don’t know, it’s so preposterous. I want to get their 20-ounce one, I feel like that might be more for daily use. But this is very useful for being outside when I’m out with my kids and like we all need water and they don’t have to carry multiple water bottles. CorinneIt looks sleek, too, at least.VirginiaI have the petal, the light pink.Well, Corinne, thank you so much for doing this again. This was really fun! Do you want to remind people where to find you once again?CorinneOh, sure. You can find me on Instagram at @selltradeplus that’s where I spend most of my time. And then my personal Instagram is @SelfieFay.Thanks so much for listening to Burnt Toast! Once again, if you’d like to support the show, please subscribe for free in your podcast player. Leave us a rating or review and tell a friend, maybe a mom friend, about this episode.And consider a paid subscription to the Burnt Toast newsletter. Until June 30, you can take 20 percent off and pay just $4 per month or $40 for the year! You get a ton of cool perks and you keep this an ad- and sponsor-free space.The Burnt Toast Podcast is produced and hosted by me, Virginia Sole-Smith. You can follow me on Instagram or Twitter.Burnt Toast transcripts and essays are edited and formatted by Corinne Fay, who runs @SellTradePlus, an Instagram account where you can buy and sell plus size clothing.The Burnt Toast logo is by Deanna Lowe.Our theme music is by Jeff Bailey and Chris Maxwell.Tommy Harron is our audio engineer.Thanks for listening and for supporting independent anti-diet journalism. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit virginiasolesmith.substack.com/subscribe

VO BOSS Podcast
BOSS Voces: Wellness

VO BOSS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 29:54


A busy voice actor spends a lot of time in the booth. You're sitting down to edit, sending out auditions, and reaching out to clients, but how are you prioritizing your physical & mental health throughout the work day? Anne & Pilar have the tips and tricks to keep your body strong & your mind sound. From taking breaks throughout the day to stretch, keeping up with your fur babies, and shaking off the stress (literally), you can tackle the day with ease like a #VOBOSS. >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Transcript Pilar: Hola, BOSS Voces. Bienvenidos al podcast con Anne Ganguzza y Pilar Uribe. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast. I'm your host Anne Ganguzza, and I am excited to bring back to the show Pilar Uribe, my very, very special guest cohost. Pilar. Woo-hoo! How are you? Pilar: I'm doing great, Anne. How are you? Anne: I'm amazing. Thank you. Pilar: Anne. Anne: What? Pilar: Anne. Guess what I'm wearing? Guess what I'm wearing today? Anne: Oh my, okay. Um, Hmm. I'm not sure. What are you wearing, Pilar? Are you in the booth right now? Pilar: I am. I am at the booth. Anne: It's something that makes you feel good. Pilar: It does. It does. Because this morning I went walking. I did my 10,000 steps like I do every morning. Anne: Awesome, awesome. Pilar: And then I came home. I showered, I changed and I put on my voz t-shirt and it's really cool. Anne: Awesome! Pilar: I just got in the mail, and it's so much fun. Anne: I am so excited. Guys, yeah. So BOSSes out there, in case you didn't know, in honor of the most amazing Pilar Uribe, we have really cool swag in our BOSS studio store. So you can go to shop BOSS brand gear, and we have a whole line of really cool swag. We got t-shirts, we got mugs, we got accessories. We've got all sorts of things, and they're really, really awesome. I mean, I love that it's combination of your logo and some just amazing pieces of swag that you guys can get. Pilar: I'm really liking that little bag where you can like put your stuff in and carry it around. Anne: The accessory pouch. Pilar: I love it, like you can put anything in there. Anne: We have two different sayings, Pilar, and I'm going to have you say them because I cannot do the justice to the sayings that we have on shirts. Pilar: What? Anne: The voz. Pilar: Okay. Okay. I hear you. It's voz, la voz. Anne: La voz. Pilar: La voz. Anne: La voz. And what else? We've got another logo on the mugs, not just La Voz. Pilar: Right. The other one, right. That is you say Di algo, di algo. Say something. Anne: Di algo. Pilar: Di algo. Di algo, say something. Anne: Did I do that justice? I don't think I did. Pilar: You sure did, yes, absolutely, you did. Anne: Okay. Awesome. Pilar: Yes, completely, yeah. Anne: I love that little mug, man. I'm getting myself a little mug. It's like black with this -- and it's hot pink. I love the hot pink. Pilar: I know. And it gets really cute. Anne: Yeah. The shirts we have in like so many colors, it's amazing. Pilar: The shirt is really, it's really soft, BOSS voces, because you know how like they're sometimes, you get t-shirts, and they're just kind of, they're like sandpaper. They're rough. I don't why like, like sometimes how conference t-shirts are just like rough and you're like, why are you giving me a rough t-shirt? This is not that. This is not that. This is a very soft. Anne: This is quality swag, quality swag. Pilar: Yes. Anne: I love quality swag. Pilar: It's so much fun. And there's like a little notebook. I'm kind of eyeing the notebook now. Anne: Yeah. Pilar: I'm kind of thinking I might have to get the notebook and the short sleeve, 'cause I got the long sleeve actually, and the long sleeve is just so cozy. Anne: I'm loving it. Pilar: It's so cold out here -- Anne: I'm loving a short sleeve, and I'm a big v-neck girl. So yeah. Pilar: I know, I saw those. Anne: You guys, make sure you check out the really cool swag. And in addition to our Pilar-themed line of swag, we've also got some really cool Working Voice. What else? 100% BOSS. We've got VO BOSSy. We got some really cool sayings, some really cool logos on some really great merchandise. So make sure you go visit the shop under voboss.com and then shop BOSS brand gear. Pilar: Oo, I just saw something really cute. You've got a little BOSS, onesy. Anne: I do, I do. Pilar: Uh-oh, I might be, I might be shopping soon. You've got some BOSSy pants! Oh, get out of town. Anne: We do have BOSSy pants. Okay. So now that concludes our paid advertisement. Pilar: I'm kind of getting into this. Anne: Actually, we're just so excited about it. So guys, sorry about that. But Pilar, you said something earlier that I want to talk to you about, you said, you know, you've got your 10,000 steps in, you're making sure you're drinking your water, and you're doing all these things to contribute to your wellness, which I think is so important for BOSSes that are working regularly. Or even if you're not working regularly, your health, your wellness is so important and contributes so much to your performance and just your growth in your business. So I think we should have an episode talking about what we do for wellness and some tips and tricks and things that might help you guys in the booth. Pilar: I think it's really important to think about that because even before the pandemic, of course, my life really was about being in the booth because that's where I was most of the time when I wasn't at the radio station or out and about, I was in my booth doing audio books. And, and other things. Anne: And so long hours in the booth. Pilar: Yes. And so, and usually you're, I mean, I have it where I can sit and I can stand. It's not one or the other, but still you're seated. And a lot of the times you're not in the booth, you're editing or you're in the booth and you're doing it all at once. Anne: Oh my goodness, the editing, the editing. Pilar: The editing, which is like -- Anne: Or you're doing the accounting or the marketing and you're sitting, and I will say myself, a woman of a certain age, sitting no longer is like healthy. Not that sitting was ever healthy for me before, but I think my body bounced back if I sat, you know, because I've always worked in technology, but I've also been more mobile when I had to like go into work and walk around. And even though I sat a lot, I was actually a whole lot more active, and the pandemic came and oh my goodness. I was so busy thankfully. And I'm gratefully so busy, but I have been spending a lot of time sitting, and it has not done me any favors, that's for sure. Pilar: No. And, and the thing is, is that becomes cumulative when you stop moving around and working, not necessarily working out, as I say, in a gym, but working your body, working your muscles, moving, stretching. Your body eventually atrophies. So if you're not moving those muscles, you basically, just you kind of constrict. And we are in the business of expanding for as long as we can. So we, you want to stretch -- Anne: Expanding my body maybe after the pandemic. Pilar: Well, right. That's yes. I agree. I've, I have gained 10 pounds. Anne: Maybe not in a good way, but yeah, that, the pandemic has kind of wreaked havoc with my health a little bit, in a good way, because I've been working so much, but in a bad way, because again, I've been working so much. So I need to consciously take time out to make sure that I am taking care of my health, and I will say kudos and congrats to all those people out there, which I know a number of people who actually use the pandemic to get really into shape and take a challenge so that they can be the best that they can be. And I just unfortunately was not one of them. I kind of went the other way, kind of sitting a little too much and working a little too much. But I'm coming full circle because I've made a considerable investment in getting started and more conscious, being more conscious about my health, walking. Of course, the last time I walked, I tore my sciatica muscle. So that was a thing. So now I've, I've got a, you know, an elliptical machine, which is helping me to not necessarily destroy that muscle. I have a little less impact, although I'm not walking outside as much anymore, which I miss. But that's become an important part of me being healthy, not just physically, but mentally. Pilar: Yeah, and I think you really have to factor into your day some kind of movement and some kind of sustained movement, whether it's the elliptical or it's a stationary bike or it's walking, or if you're lucky enough to live in warm weather, swimming like in the summer months, but you have to keep the heart rate up in some way, shape or form. I do it by -- now, It's still pretty cold out here, but in the summer months, I hope to start swimming. And for now what I'm doing is I'm walking. And I make sure that I have 10,000 steps, that every day I walk my 10,000 steps. Anne: That's awesome, yep. Pilar: And so on an iPhone they have, and there are multiple apps. Anne: I know on my iPhone, I think it, by default, it has a whole health thing where it tracks you. And I just bought a new Apple Watch, which is really awesome. So it will track everything that I want and actually connect up to my smart fitness machine, my elliptical, it will track everything there, how many steps, how many calories I've burned, what my heart rate is and all of those wonderful, healthy things, which I want to know, or I might look at my watch at, when I'm having a stressful day, and then go, woo my heart rate. Make sure that it's, that it's good. But also every hour, it has that little hepatic tap that tells me I need to stand up, which is really important for me. And I like you, I have a standing desk. I'm assuming you have a standing desk, as you said you can do both. I have a standing desk. So if I'm not in my booth, I can actually raise it up and stand or I can sit, which has been a great, great help for me. Pilar: Yeah. Well I have the old stand and then bring the stool in. Anne: Yeah. Pilar: And so I'm very lucky. A VO person actually fit it in for me in my booth. It's a movable arm, and it's really cool 'cause you can just, yeah, you can adjust the mic going up and down. So when I want to sit, I adjust the mic -- Anne: The boom arm. Yep. Pilar: Yeah, it's a boom arm. And I mean, I definitely one day, 'cause they're, they're kind of expensive, but the desks are really helpful for outside when I'm editing, because then I don't have to be standing and sitting. But whatever it is that you do, whatever it is that you decide to do, make sure that you do it for at least 20, 30 minutes a day, get out and about, move around if you can every hour, because you really don't want to be sitting in one place. It's just not good for the body. I mean, on all levels. And stretching really, really helps. I mean, that's one thing 'cause I, I used to suffer from sciatica as well. So I understand the pain and the discomfort and -- Anne: Sciatica comes out of nowhere some days. Pilar: Oh, I know, I know it's awful. Anne: It's like women of a certain age, not just women, but I'm just saying I never experienced sciatica. And now all of a sudden, it came on, and then it seemed to never go away, and then it went away, but then it came back. And so that is something that I struggle with, and it's very, very tough to stretch that, but it is important that I stretch every day to help that because you know, I don't want to be uncomfortable. First of all, I don't want to render myself, you know, unable to feel comfortable, and then try to go into my booth and perform. I mean, that is just something that is not a good thing. So having those conscious things that you're doing to maintain wellness, not just, and we had spoken about vocal wellness in a previous episode, and now we're extending it to physical wellness, and a mental wellness is also something that I think is super important for us. And something that I've mentioned multiple times on the podcast, your mental health is so important, so that you're in your best performance mode. PIlar: There's so many things that you can do to help yourself because a lot of times people say, oh, I don't know what to do. It can be something as simple as closing your eyes for a minute and just breathing in, you just like breathing in one, breathing in -- breathing out two, breathing in three, breathing out four. And you go all the way up to 10, and then you come back down, and let's say, you're stressed and you're trying to get a voice or a feeling, you're trying to finish a sentence or you're stuttering. Which sometimes it's like, I will just so trip over myself. And I literally just take a step back, I take off my headphones and I sit on the floor and I just breathe. And then all of a sudden it's like, I don't know where I was, but I disconnected from that stressful moment. And then I can just come back to the work. That helps me so much. I kind of envision it like, and I may have mentioned this before, like when a dog turns around three times. If you turn around three times, let's say you're really, really stressed or you're, you're in a bad mood or whatever, you turn around three times and you can't really remember what it was that feeling because it's like, you're just kind of just, just shook it out of yourself. So it's like shaking that off. That helps me a lot. Something that helps me as well, let's say when I want to just -- stress relievers. Because the other thing that we don't realize is that when we're sitting at a desk, we're not always standing with our backs straight. We might be hunched over. We might be, our spine is in a C. We've got our hands in a certain way. And then you wonder why your hand hurts because you've just been like gripping the mouse like there's no tomorrow. So there's so many things that we don't even realize as the day goes by. So to get up every hour to breathe, to turn around, to do a little bit of what I described was just a little teensy weensy part of meditation, or just to close your eyes for a minute will help get you through the day without as much stress. And what they've discovered in studies is that meditation -- and meditation can be as simple as what we just did. And it can be just something to close, just closing your eyes and sitting, or it can be lying down -- is a natural reliever for cortisol. Cortisol just makes you that much more stress. When you have cortisol in your system, it's like you're on fire, and you're all your muscles are just clenching. And so meditation is actually a natural reliever of that. So it could be something as simple as just reading in a book, reading aloud, reading a poem, just breathing in and out, all those little teensy tips and tricks throughout the day can help you. And that's important because we do spend a lot of time in our booths, in our rooms. It can be a really tight space. It can be a big space, and in one position, and you want to try to relieve that. Anne: Yep. Pilar: So Anne, tell me what you do to relieve your stress on any given day. Do you jump out of bed? Do you wake up, do you read a little bit? What do you do? Anne: So for me, I, I actually will -- I don't jump out of bed. I have a compression machine, a compression machine, which actually moves fluid in my body to where it's supposed to go because I've had some, just some lingering issues from back in the day when I was taking some medication. And so I have to get rid of excess fluid in my body, through my lymph nodes. So, and what's really cool is it's actually kind of, kind of healthy anyways, if I didn't need to move that fluid, it just -- it basically moves everything where it needs to be. That's the first thing I'll do in the morning for about 20 minutes. And that really makes me feel a whole lot better when I get up out of bed, that now I've had all of the necessary fluids moved to my lymph nodes that need to be so that my body can take care of what it needs to take care of for the day. While I'm doing that, it's a really good time to just kind of meditate and really think back on what -- well, I like to have time to think about what I'm grateful for and I always want to make sure I do that. You know, not to get too much of that, but I always have to say what I'm grateful for every day, because I just feel like that reaffirms how lucky I am. And it starts my day in a positive note. So it's kind of like meditation and then -- but not necessarily thinking about nothing. I'm actually thinking about what I'm grateful for, which really puts me in a positive note for the day to get going. And then I will, I am guilty of liking coffee, so I will have a cup of coffee. However, I have no problem drinking as much water. As a matter of fact, I might drink more water than it's necessary, but I, at least I start off with my 33-ounce alkaline water from Kirkland. And so I will chase my coffee or within sips of coffee, I will take sips of water as well, especially if I've voice over to work to do, I'll -- I probably won't drink coffee. If I have voiceover work to do, I will almost definitely hydrate in the booth. And I also wear my watch so that it reminds me to stand up every hour. And out in the garage, I have an elliptical and a Peloton, and my husband, believe it or not, who used to teach back in the day, back in the 80s, he used to teach step, he just got to step. So interesting, he's going to be stepping beside me now while I'm doing my elliptical. So that'll be fun in our garage. And I'm so happy that we set that up in the garage. And we did that during the pandemic because we weren't able to go to a gym at the time. And the two of us were working like crazy people and sitting a lot, and it did not do us any favors. And my husband for all the, all the people that know my husband, he's a really good cook. So the cook combination with the sitting a lot, I gained my pandemic weight for sure, but we're getting ourselves back on track. So I'm happy about that. Pilar: Well, you just mentioned something that I think is really important is the gratitude. I do the gratitude list at night mentally. Some people write it out, and I think it's really important because we take a lot sometimes -- at least I do. I can't speak for everyone, but sometimes I take things for granted. So I have to remember and be grateful that I have a roof over my head. I have food in my refrigerator. I have car that I can drive to go to my sessions, that I have money to pay for my food. That I have a cat who loves me. Well, that's questionable. But, um, he does, it's on his terms. And I think it's really important because when you're in gratitude, you're less likely to be in resentment over -- Anne: Oh yeah. Pilar: -- I didn't get this job. Why didn't they call me? Or I'm not as far as I should be -- all thoughts that every single person on the planet, if you're a working voice actor has had. Whether we want to admit it or not, we do because we're human. And so having gratitude, I just think is so important. Even if it's the little things, it's like, oh, I got a callback. Yeah, I didn't get the job, but guess what? They heard me and they wanted to hear me again. How awesome is that? So it's like being grateful for everything, whether the outcomes are the way you wanted them or not what you were expecting. I think that that's really important. Anne: I was going to say mental health, right? As we're being grateful. I think that throughout the day, we have to also try to revisit at some point, if we need to. Because during the day, the online social media events of the day can start to stress you out. And I think you need to take those breaks and maybe think again about being grateful or why you're grateful. I know there are times I'll read something in social media, and it will just fire me up. I can't imagine, like if I were to look at my watch and see my heart rate, sometimes my heart rate has gone up from some of the posts that I see online. I've tried really hard to back away a little bit from that, because I know that's not necessarily productive for me because I don't want to spend my day in that state where I have an elevated heart rate because I'm frustrated or I saw something that somebody posted that I, I just am like, I can't believe I just saw that. And so I think that the mental health and the stress of the day, we need to get up and shake it out. And I wanted to say, for sure, our fur babies. My cats are a huge part of my mental wellbeing. A lot of times I'll just go and play with them. That is like, oh, I need a kitty break. So for me, I'm like, I need a kitty break. Where's my kitty? And I'll just go and hug them. And you know, what's so interesting, Pilar? Our cats are so, so happy. For the past two and a half years since we've had to be home, I cannot tell you how happy the studio cats are. I mean, as a matter of fact, we brought them to the vet, and each one of them, the vet is like, their blood work is immaculate. Like they are some of the healthiest cats I have seen. And of course, you know, I'm all proud. And I'm like, well, you know, it's because we take really good care of them, and we play with them. And the funny thing is, is I think that's a part of their health too and our health. So we can not only help our health, but our animals' health to take a walk, play with the animals. And that's been a big difference from me, even when growing up, I've always had cats, but I've really like excelled at playing with my cats because it's good for them. And it's good for me. You know, it keeps them in shape. It keeps their mental -- they're hunters, right? So we have to play with them and have them hunt things. And so I've, I've actually understood my animals a whole lot more since this pandemic, because I've really taken the time to use them for good mental health for me and a good studio cat hug, there's nothing better. Oh. Outside of my Jerry, but you know. Pilar: I concur, is all I can say because mine, my cat really has so many duties besides which I am on hand and foot catering to him, you know? 'Cause it's always, it's always about him. It's not about me. It's I just, you know, of course, as I've said -- Anne: We're just here to serve them. Pilar: Yeah, exactly. I just, I just pay the rent for him. Anne: Yup. Pilar: You know, he sits there and he looks at me. And so I, when I have stuff that I have to work on, voice acting, I will do my, my characters. I will try them on him, and he'll look at me, and it's perfect. Yeah. I have a great time doing it. Anne: Yes, they're the best audience for characters. And it's funny because people who aren't even voice actors, right, when we speak in our, in our pet voice, don't we always go up into this elevated character voice. Oh my, who's your good kitty. We always go into these different character voices talking to the cats. Pilar: It's the funniest thing. I have gotten more work when I go into my speaking to Paco voice on an audition. It is, it astounds me because I sit there and go, you know, [Spanish gibberish] it's like, I don't know what the hell that is, but I'm just saying it. And yeah, that gets me work. So I'm like, yeah, I just -- Anne: There you go. He even gets you work, Paco even gets you to work. I love it. Pilar: He even gets me work. So he's, he's earning his supper. Anne: And you know, what's so cool? Not even are they just great sounding boards for, for your characters, my cats, they have their own Facebook page. They have their own Instagram page. So I connect with people through my cats. So my cats are so darn cute. Right? Everybody's cats are so cute. It's kind of a talking point. Who doesn't love to see pictures of fur babies on the internet? I mean, it's the one thing that's not political. It's not, right, It's not going to make anybody angry unless you're looking at things that, you know, we don't want to see happen to animals like abuse, but anybody I know can't resist a kitten photo or a puppy photo or any kind of animal, really. I think that that's, that contributes to the mental health and wellness of, of everybody, ven on the internet. Pilar: you know, I've resisted having Paco as his separate page. I'm getting a little envious of people who have a separate page for their animals. And I'm thinking I might have to do that because that's the other thing, I take pictures of him all day long. I just put a picture on my Instagram page, because I just, I couldn't stand it. And I just, I get, I like, I want everyone to see what he's doing, the cuteness. Anne: And I probably have, I mean, honestly, all right, here. I'm just going to tell you, Pilar, between you and I. Pilar: Yeah. Anne: I probably have -- and the rest of the world listening -- I probably have 50,000 pictures of my cats because I've taken pictures of them when they were little. We got them as kittens and that's like, oh my gosh, they're so darn cute. And there's three of them. So you know what I mean? Like, so it's triple. Pilar: It's one times three, right? Exactly. Because you have to take pictures of all of them. Yeah. I totally get it. Anne: I'm not ashamed, but I will admit that I probably do have about 50,000. Now, granted right now I don't have any children. So they, they kind of like, they're my children, my fur babies. Pilar: iCloud storage must love you. Anne: Well, I pay for extra of course, but they're so darn cute. Pilar: Don't we all? Anne: They just make me happy. And I think that anyone that's looking for wellness, if they can and they're animal lovers, I think that is such a huge contributor to the biggest stress reliever. The biggest unconditional love happy thing that you can do for yourself and your business. I'm just saying, yes, get a kitty, get a little kitten. Pilar: Yes, yes. Anne: Or -- I don't want to say don't, you know, I'm not, I'm also, I love -- Pilar: Or a dog, or a dog. Anne: Yes, exactly. Pilar: I used to have a dog and a cat. Anne: Or a goat, or a goat. Pilar: Or a goat. Anne: Or a horse, how about a horse? Pilar: It's hard to sleep with a horse in your bed. So that would be a little bit difficult. Anne: Or a teacup pig. I mean, I've always wanted one of those, honestly. Pilar: Wow. Anne: Pigs are cute. Pilar Okay. Yeah, they are cute. Anne: They're adorable. So anyways, yeah, fur babies, fur babies are good. So I think that, yes, it's so, so important that we consider our wellness. And I think sometimes though it takes being, because we're so invested -- this is me to a T, right? I get so focused. I get so involved in my work and yes, I have admitted, I'm probably, I work more than I should. And with that, it's more important than ever, right, that I take time out to take care of myself. And you don't want to have something crazy happen to you before you stop and think about your health. You know, you don't want to have a health event happen, and I've had a health event happen. And I should know, I feel like I should know more than any other time in my life. I should be so aware of my health, but sometimes I just get carried away and get so involved, and the stress starts getting to me, and you know, it's time to stop and shake it out. Pet your cat, have a little gratitude, go for a walk, get that exercise in there. And yeah, I have a balance, have a balance to career. Pilar: I think that that is all so important because what you're doing even while you're working and even if you're -- Anne: Even if you love what you do, right? Pilar: Even if you love what you do, even if you're really busy, you want to have habits that are going to be healthy habits that are preventative. Anne: Yeah, agreed. Pilar: So you don't have to sit there and be like -- I, I was at a studio the other day and the voiceover actor came out and he'd been drinking Diet Coke in the studio. And then he said, oh, I'm going to just take a couple of extras Diet Cokes. This was a very, very tall, very large man. And I thought he drank at least three in the studio, and he's going to drink three more Diet Cokes? And I was like, wow, if you do that year after year after year, what's that going to do to your body as, as a cumulative effect? Whereas drinking tons of water, let's say, instead of that, and, and meditating, and walking, and having these healthy habits is insurance towards the future. So you want to be healthy for as long as you possibly can and have a healthy voice. And so you want, you want to think about what you're putting into your body and what, and the thoughts that you're thinking and how you're waking up in the morning. So I think everything that we've talked about today is just, is super important as moving forward into living a healthy life in voiceover. Anne: And you know, what else? I think this has been a great discussion. You know, what else can help is by helping others, giving back. And I really, I'm a big believer in that. You know, I've always, always tried to, when I can give back, give back to my community, give back to people in need. So, and I really believe that giving back is such an important part. And one of our newest sponsors has given us a opportunity, an opportunity to contribute to make a difference and to give back to the communities that give to us. And that organization is 100voiceswhocare.org, and you can actually contribute and make a big difference. 'Cause I know sometimes it's like, I feel like I don't have a lot to contribute, and how can I really make a difference? Well, the really cool thing about this organization is we get a minimum of 100 people together, all donating, literally just $100 a quarter. So that's like $33.33 a month. And if you combine that together for a quarter with 100 voices, that's $10,000 that can be given to a community or an organization in need. And that is a wonderful, wonderful feeling. So you guys can find out more by visiting 100voiceswhocare.org, and you can make a difference for sure. I'd also like to give a great, big shout-out to our sponsor ipDTL that allows Pilar and I to have these wonderful conversations every week. You guys can be BOSSes, find out more at ipdtl.com. Thanks so much, guys. You guys have an amazing week, and we'll see you next week. Bye! Pilar: Thank you, everyone. Bye. >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voboss.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.

Garage Logic
MNST: Matt Fitzpatrick wins US Open, big week for the Twins, and a great Twitter thread on Diet Coke

Garage Logic

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 45:09


MNST: Matt Fitzpatrick wins US Open, big week for the Twins, and a great Twitter thread on Diet Coke

Reusse Unchained
MNST: Matt Fitzpatrick wins US Open, big week for the Twins, and a great Twitter thread on Diet Coke

Reusse Unchained

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 45:09


MNST: Matt Fitzpatrick wins US Open, big week for the Twins, and a great Twitter thread on Diet Coke

Monday Night Sports Talk with Patrick Reusse and Joe Soucheray
Matt Fitzpatrick wins US Open, big week for the Twins, and a great Twitter thread on Diet Coke

Monday Night Sports Talk with Patrick Reusse and Joe Soucheray

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 45:09


Matt Fitzpatrick wins US Open, big week for the Twins, and a great Twitter thread on Diet Coke

Playing The Game Podcast
Ep. 035- Mark Fillback

Playing The Game Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 76:54


Welcome back to the show! The boys sit down with Mark Fillback from the Fillback Family of Auto Dealerships to discuss business, life, and of course, hunting. Straight out of the great state of Wisconsin, Mark brings a unique perspective on business and life with his down home roots. The Fillback Family of Auto Dealerships is in its third generation, and much of its current success is due to Mark. Lots of nuggets in this one, so sit back and study as Mark shares his story and how he keeps #playingthegame. - 00:00 - 10:36: Introducing Mark Fillback and Arizona travels: hikes, baseball, and rodeos 10:37 - 15:22: Fillback Family of Dealerships: First, Second, and Third Generations 15:23 - 20:48: Nuts and bolts of the auto dealership business 20:49 - 25:15: Keeping the store staffed with excellent customer service 25:16 - 29:08: From farm and factory to the sales floor 29:09 - 34:54: Youth coaching: put your money where your mouth is 34:55 - 39:38: Keeping confidence while also living in reality 39:39 - 44:54: Big city, big dreams, and everything in between 44:55 - 48:26: Arizona is great for training baseball and flying 48:27 - 53:14: Big city vs Small town living 53:15 - 58:11: Bonding through Diet Coke and hunting 58:12 - 61:45: Hollywood shenanigans 61:46 - 66:49: Let's talk more about Diet Coke and caffeine 66:50 - 69:12: TAC: A great time requiring great effort 69:13 - 73:19: Arizona hunting units break down 73:20 - 76:54: Till next time….

Success Express
Diet Coke Factory Tour

Success Express

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 25:36


This week we're broadcasting from the Diet Coke factory!  Thanks so much to Diet Coke for having us, and don't forget to drink Diet Coke every day! Head over to http://patreon.com/successexpress for exclusive shorts, early access to video episodes, and more! Also, check out https://www.youtube.com/successexpress for video episodes!

City of Palms Podcast
(EP. 119) The first soda was diet Coke

City of Palms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 63:40


THANKS FOR LISTENING GO SUPER SAIYAN! - Patreon.com/professorshred Email us cityofpalmspodcast@gmail.com ANCHOR PODCASTS FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM SPOTIFY APPLE PODCASTS - @prof.shred - @kinglombardo47 INTRO/OUTRO BEATS BY BISCUIT --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cityofpalmspodcast/support

Without A Country
Ep. 125: Doom-Filled Opinion

Without A Country

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 87:58


This episode of Without A Country is powered by Diet Coke! Conservatives are livid about Pizza Hut, incels are giving secondhand embarrassment, it is, in fact, illegal to vengefully throw your boyfriend's mother's urn into a body of water, the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard disaster will not end, and nobody cares about the January 6th hearings.Air Date: 6/7/22Support Our Sponsors!RockAuto.comBetterHelp.comYoDelta.comYou can watch Without A Country LIVE for FREE every Tuesday at 7:00pm at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/live. Once you're there, sign up for GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code WAC to receive a 7 Day FREE TRIAL with access to our entire catalog of archived episodes! On top of that, you'll also have the same access to ALL the other shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!**PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW ON iTUNES & SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL**WHERE YOU CAN ANNOY US:Corinne Fisher: @PhilanthropyGalShayne Smith: @ShaydozerExecutive Producer: Alec AlaggioEngineer: Natalie DeCiccoSpecial Thanks: @GaSDigitalMeltdown over drag book on Pizza Hut reading listhttps://www.foxnews.com/us/pizza-hut-boycott-calls-drag-kids-bookhttps://boundingintocomics.com/2022/04/26/tyra-banks-and-discoverys-new-series-about-child-drag-queens-opens-a-disturbing-rabbit-hole/amp/Incel Terrorismhttps://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/incel-threat-secret-service-report/“Cuties” Cornerhttps://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/woman-arrested-after-throwing-boyfriends-mothers-ashes-into-lake-worth/2961004/MAIN STORIESDepp-Heard TrialLIBhttps://www.thecut.com/2022/06/johnny-depp-verdict-proves-amber-heards-point.html?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=social_acct&utm_campaign=cut&utm_content=curalate_like2buy_zSEs7K4L__1d6996c1-5af2-4caf-b26d-5395da5a573ehttps://www.msnbc.com/opinion/msnbc-opinion/johnny-deep-amber-heard-court-video-tiktok-trends-are-gross-n1295405https://www.washingtonpost.com/media/2022/06/01/johnny-depp-libel-law-uk-us/CONhttps://www.foxnews.com/media/judge-jeanine-johnny-depp-verdict-amber-heard-lies-juryJANUARY 6TH HEARINGSLIBhttps://www.cnn.com/2022/06/05/politics/donald-trump-preparations-january-6-hearing/index.htmlCONhttps://www.foxnews.com/politics/is-january-6-committee-illegitimateSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

How Long Gone
353. - Alexander Shulan

How Long Gone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 63:56 Very Popular


Alexander Shulan runs the fine art gallery LOMEX in New York City. We chat about Chris seeing a person shower with a mask on, The Chrisley's caught a case, what we think a bottom should be ordering on Uber Eats, the art business is notoriously dirty, people are trying to make actual art non-fungible, what factors go into pricing a work of art, questions you might ask someone to find out if they come from generational wealth, what makes a perfect gallery opening party, getting into some trouble down in Switzerland, Alex's mom was a restaurant critic and would take him with her as a child, the archetypal gallerists wardrobe, and Alex's Diet Coke and Frappuccino habit. instagram.com/lomexgallery twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support

Ringer Dish
Britney Spears Gets Married, Nick Cannon Gets More Babies, and Julia Garner Gets the Madonna Role

Ringer Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 64:57 Very Popular


Britney Spears married Sam Asghari this week in Los Angeles and Nick Cannon announced that he has even more children on the way (1:00). Julia Garner beat out Florence Pugh and Alexa Demie for the role of Madonna in her forthcoming biopic (14:10). This week's Cringe Mode is the cult classic 'Coyote Ugly' (27:13), and does seltzer mixed with balsamic vinegar actually taste like Diet Coke (53:07)? Hosts: Kate Halliwell, Amelia Wedemeyer, and Kaya McMullen Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

GoJo with Mike Golic Jr.
Stugotz on PGA Tour vs LIV Golf and NBA Finals + Viva LeBron & Diet Coke

GoJo with Mike Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 96:38


Today, GoJo and Brandon jump right into their special Friday guest; Stugotz (00:05:33). The guys go down the lazy river of topics including parking spot wars (00:12:18), The Grateful Dead (00:23:19), and why the LIV Golf Tournament will never compete with the PGA Tour (00:36:46). Plus Stugotz premieres the exclusive ad read for Manpons (01:01:26)! Then they talk about which team is in trouble moving forward in the NBA Finals (01:03:36). Brandon and GoJo finish up with Tom Brady, LeBron lusting for NBA ownership in Las Vegas, and the power of Diet Coke. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

The Daily Zeitgeist
Trendsplosive 6/9: Fox News, Diet Coke, Ryan Kelley, Jurassic World: Dominion, RRR, Joker 2

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 22:32


In this edition of Trendsplosive, Jack and Miles discuss Fox and Friends' butler banter, the polarizing nature of Diet Coke, a GOP Fuckery round-up, Miles' mesozoic movie mission, the trailer for the new Indian action film 'RRR', and 'Joker 2' getting greenlit! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Who? Weekly
Martine McCutcheon, Gerard Piqué & Ari Lennox?

Who? Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 63:07 Very Popular


On today's Who? Weekly: "Kiley Reough", Liam Payne (oh no, not again) and Martine McCutcheon's Diet Coke habit. And that's just the first 15 minutes! The FoodGod hits Hertz to give out cheese fries, NeNe Leakes gets sued by her boyfriend's ex-wife for alienation of affection and Alan Cumming helps a former chimp co-star named Tonka. Plus: Busy, Gerard & Lori all go splitsville and Shanna Moakler auctions off her engagement ring for 96K. Ari Lennox finds a guy who likes her dog, Galactus. Dua Lipa and FKA Twigs both start rumors with Elite's Arón Piper and Rita disappoints us.... Call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments & concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode. Support us and get a ton of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino
RHOBH Kyle's Stranger Things + RHODubai Premiere!

Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 56:06 Very Popular


Danny recaps this week's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which featured another Parisian event thrown by Sutton, pot stirring telekinesis by Kyle and Garcelle, PK's love of Diet Coke, and more! Then Danny dives into The Real Housewives of Dubai premiere!RHODubai Recap: 38:56ishBOOK: Smarturl.it/unrememberTwitter: @DannyPellegrinoInstagram: @DannyPellegrinoPatreon: www.Patreon.com/EverythingIconic See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

No Stupid Questions
101. Are You Really "Addicted" to Diet Coke?

No Stupid Questions

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 38:36 Very Popular


SVPod
Hammer The Driver

SVPod

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 40:28 Very Popular


Scott Van Pelt and Stanford Steve discuss their time in Tulsa, the PGA Championship's dramatic finish, airport drunks, Scott's Diet Coke intake while working, the stark contrast between the NHL and NBA playoffs, an early morning elementary school performance and hotdog consumption at Steve's house. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices