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The Lunchroom
That's Not The Stranger!

The Lunchroom

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 59:00


The Lunchroom on Patreon - https://patreon.com/thelunchroom - Additional content dropping every Friday! Welcome to another week here in The Lunchroom. Kevin has a new vlog series on his Instagram(go subscribe!) and the show opens up with a deep dive into the lighting in his house. Jesse has found out he has to go into surgery and we help him figure out he can pleasure himself without the use of his right arm/hand. Kevin shares his midnight snack of choice which leads to a discussion of our sleep patterns & morning routines. Is there anything worse than a noisy house filled with dogs and kids? What's worse is when kids are home sick or they puke at school with :15 minutes left in the day like Kurts. The guys discuss having additional kids and what's the right number of kids to have. For Jon that number is zero. Jon shares excerpt from Will Smith's book where he explains the level of his importance of the people in his life. We discuss the reality of trying to have a normal life in Hollywood or as a celebrity. Kurt opens up about his relationship and the inadequacies of his ability to be a handyman. Him and his wife are now communicating through email. It's tax season so the crew share their tips and history of being audited. Kevin shares he's not the best at saving money and he likes to live above his means. Kurt & Kevin share all of their life hacks and financial secrets. Kevin reveals he only shops organic from Whole Foods. Kurt buys his eggs from Dollar Tree. We will see y'all next week! Thanks for supporting and don't forget to subscribe to us everywhere(YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Instagram, TikTok) but most importantly on Patreon. The Lunchroom on Patreon - https://patreon.com/thelunchroom - Additional content dropping every Friday!

MountainLore
The Peddler’s Ghost

MountainLore

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023


Once upon a time, folks here in Appalachia couldn't run down to the Dollar Store or the Dollar Tree or the Dollar Whatchamajig to buy those everyday things they needed.  They relied on the peddler, who came into a community a few times a year selling everything from pots and pans to hammers and nails. … Continue reading "The Peddler's Ghost"

Mobile Home Park Mastery
The Many Similarities Between Mobile Home Parks And Dollar Stores

Mobile Home Park Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 11:33


Mobile home parks have always been viewed as the lowest-cost form of housing while dollar stores serve that same niche in the retail sector. Yet there are many more similarities between “trailer parks” and “Dollar Tree” than meets the eye. In this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast, we'll review the similarities and why both businesses are underappreciated – a fact that's about to change.

Find Your Film
FYF 146: Detective Knight: Independence, Edward Drake, There's Something Wrong with the Children

Find Your Film

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 44:16


For this Find Your Film installment, I review two films that are available on Digital and On Demand (Detective Knight: Independence and There's Something Wrong with the Children).I also interview Detective Knight: Independence writer-director Edward Drake. Working with Bruce Willis, Jack Kilmer, and his thoughts on screenwriting and physical media are covered in the interview. Use our Amazon purchase/rental links to support Find Your Film (we receive a commission as Associates members).Timecode:(0:00) - Intro(4:54) - Detective Knight: Independence review(09:57) - There's Something Wrong with the Children review(17:37) - Interview with Detective Knight: Independence filmmaker Edward Drake.(31:51) - Latest Dollar Tree Blu-ray and DVD Haul! Sixteen discs in total.Follow Find Your Film on Facebook (where I give away Blu-rays and DVDs weekly) and Instagram. For questions, comments, email me at editor@deepestdream.com. For movie news, reviews, and interviews, go to our site Deepest Dream. Join our CinemAddicts Facebook Group for daily movie recommendations and chatter: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cinemaddictspodcast/Passive AggressionA Midwestern look at hot button, taboo and dated topics with Kyle and Jess WassingListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Paper Lemons - My Artful Journey!
New You Tube series idea!!

Paper Lemons - My Artful Journey!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 9:51


I thought of a new series that I'll try out on You Tube. It'll be a monthly, themed, Dollar Tree haul. With a $25 spending limit! Are you as excited as I am!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/paperlemons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paperlemons/support

Find Your Film
FYF 145: Missing (Sagasu), Dollar Tree Blu-ray And DVD Haul

Find Your Film

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 38:34


On this installment of Find Your Film, Eric Holmes and I review the new Blu-ray release of Missing, a Japanese mystery-thriller that is one of my favorite movies of 2022. Also included is a recap of my recent trip to several Dollar Tree stores, and I mention all of the Blu-rays and DVDs that I purchased.Timecode:(0:00) - Intro(6:32) - Blu-ray and DVD haul from Dollar Tree(22:22) - My Blu-ray review of Missing(32:00) - Eric Holmes reviews MissingFollow Find Your Film on Facebook (where I give away Blu-rays and DVDs weekly) and Instagram. For movie news, reviews, and interviews, go to our site Deepest Dream. Join our CinemAddicts Facebook Group for daily movie recommendations and chatter: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cinemaddictspodcast/Barrel Aged Flicks PodcastRon , Stew , Ragnar , Chase and Lenny host a show about classic movies and review movie...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

3News Now with Stephanie Haney
Doctors To Give Update On Health Of Damar Hamlin, Cedar Point To Reopen Top Thrill Dragster In 2024

3News Now with Stephanie Haney

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 8:05


Monday, January 9, 2023: When doctors are giving an update on Damar Hamlin's condition, Cedar Point will reopen Top Thrill Dragster in 2024, the tribute held for the newlywed woman murdered while working at a Dollar Tree, what Governor Mike DeWine says about the newest voting restriction in Ohio, the latest on the teachers strike narrowly avoided in Akron, why Bernie Kosar was fired from the Browns radio team, what we know about the Browns firing defensive coordinator Joe Woods, where Cleveland ranks in the top 50 worst cities for bed bugs infestations, and more on 3News Daily with Stephanie Haney. Connect with Stephanie Haney here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Watch Stephanie's interview with expert on the Speaker of the House vote here: https://youtu.be/_dsqXmwPfd4 Read more here: Former Cleveland QB Bernie Kosar loses job with Browns radio network; team spokesperson releases statement https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/cleveland-browns-bernie-kosar-loses-job-radio-network/95-0cd2aa96-39eb-41cc-a092-c1d6d1af6993 5 candidates to replace Joe Woods as Cleveland Browns' defensive coordinator https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/candidates-replace-joe-woods-cleveland-browns-defensive-coordinator/95-0f7f04f7-c968-4c86-99eb-8ef440f292af Cedar Point gives update on future of Top Thrill Dragster: 'New formula of thrills' https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/places/cedar-point/cedar-point-top-thrill-dragster-roller-coaster-2024-new-formula-for-thrills-teaser-video/95-93692a92-35aa-4d3d-93b9-ca7405804282

The Freshly Baked Podcast
Episode 039 | “The Pod About Nothing”

The Freshly Baked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 83:33


On the first real pod of 2023, the guys have... absolutely nothing to talk about! This random episode consists of the boys catching up on their Winter Breaks, and Ryan speaks on being out sick the last week. The fellas break down everything from elementary school summer reading, to both Ja Morant and Tory Lanez' respective court cases. Daniel shares his Top 5 Essential Items, which leads to some hilarious debate about Dollar Tree snacks. Enjoy this fun-filled episode, and we'll catch you all next week!EXCLUSIVE VIDEO CONTENT ON YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/@thefreshlybakedpodcast/featuredSHOP ALL FRESHLY BAKED MERCH BY DIRECT MESSAGING @freshlybakedpod ON INSTAGRAM!SHOP WITH KAZEL CLOTHING @kazel.sf AND GET 10% OFF ALL PRODUCTS USING CODE “RYAN”!Follow the Pod on Instagram: @freshlybakedpod, TikTok: @freshlybakedpodcast, Subscribe on YouTube!Hosts: @ryanyee55 @datboidandan @evan_arriaga @carter.bui @akira_eernisseContributions from: @___tart @ruddin @erinroddy @briibingham @joe.degeorgeo @lizziegordonn @benjaminricee @marcmeup @jackiekran @nikhillgodbole @shubert_eliMixed and Mastered by @machatpapi @akira_eernisse @elijah.shapiroFor all business inquires, contact Sasha Moscona (sashamoscona@gmail.com & @sashamoscona)

3News Now with Stephanie Haney
Republican Kevin McCarthy Loses First Vote For Speaker Of The House, Damar Hamlin Remains In ICU

3News Now with Stephanie Haney

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 9:57


Monday, January 2, 2023: Republican Kevin McCarthy has become the first person in 100 years to lose the initial vote to become Speaker of the House in a new Congress. Plus, get the latest information on the condition of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, learn what we know about a Sandusky woman killed by a man with a machete while working in a Dollar Tree on New Year's Day, where the latest string of car thefts has hit, how a new to be law signed today by Gov. Mike DeWine will change what police can pull you over for, how Donovan Mitchell feels about breaking the Cavaliers record for the most points scored in a single game, and more on 3News Daily with Stephanie Haney. Connect with Stephanie Haney here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: WATCH LIVE: McCarthy falls short in first vote for House speaker https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/congress-house-speaker-vote/507-f60d0de6-7c4b-4348-9814-0a243e2644d6 'Praying for Damar Hamlin': Cleveland Browns offer thoughts and prayers after Hamlin collapses on field in Cincinnati https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/damar-hamlin-buffalo-bills-prayers-cleveland-browns-players-myles-garrett-cade-york/95-e7e2b9b7-e7e1-426a-84c7-8a744eb3106d Machete used to murder clerk at Ohio Dollar Tree store; style of knife is becoming weapon of choice for criminals https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/machete-murder-clerk-ohio-dollar-tree-store-weapon-of-choice-criminals/95-d534f33e-324b-4aca-90e1-193fb2f29874 Suspects wanted after multiple vehicles stolen from Alfa Romeo dealership in Strongsville https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/vehicles-stolen-afla-romeo-strongsville-dealership-suspects-wanted/95-530ca0a3-efa9-4527-b613-e30288377d27

The Babylon Podject
Dollar Tree Moriarty

The Babylon Podject

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 72:02


Jude is sleepy, Ana is a vindictive mathematical hitwoman, and Justen keeps an even keel.Last Call: Expanding on the word "no". What this episode fails to do is what PoI normally does well--taking a trope and genre-shifting it. Someone knowing how electricity works should not be the highlight of an episode. There's so much they could have done with this episode but nothing works and everyone's characterization feels off.RAM: Alpha version of John! Kara's back--in a flashback. As is John. And Decima. And Shaw... No Fusco though. In a choice between impromptu dental work and death, we choose death. Decima has ALLLLWAYS BEEN HERE *waggles fingers*. Rick is not quite horrible enough to be convincing.Root Path: root's POV tells us it's a Very Special root Episode. Cyborg root! This episode is really the pivot point--we know we've said this before, but this one is it. Really. Also very good root/Shaw flirts. Shaw does a Die Hard. Connect with the show at @babylonpodjectHelp us keep the lights on via our Patreon!Justen can be found at @justenwritesAna can be found at @The_Mianaai, and also made our show art.Both Ana and Justen can also be found on The Compleat Discography, a Discworld re-read podcast.Jude Vais can be found at @eremiticjude. His other work can be found at Athrabeth - a Tolkien Podcast and at Garbage of the Five Rings.Clips from the original show remain copyrighted by their original rightsholders, and are used under the Fair Use doctrine.Music is by Arne Parrott, who can be found at http://atptunes.com/This show is edited and produced by Aaron Olson, who can be found at @urizenxvii

The Spiritual AF Life
Episode 121: 8 Different Places to get last minute Spiritual Gifts!

The Spiritual AF Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 19:10


Heather shares with you amazing last minute spiritual gifts from 8 different stores. (Both online and in person places). This was the episode that Spirit didn't want Heather to upload last week. Could it be because they wanted her to include the video as well? Maybe! That's why you can also find this episode on Heather Danielle's Youtube channel here: Disclaimer: Heather Danielle is not an affiliate for any of these stores except Amazon. Only with Amazon links will Heather earn any commission. The links won't charge you any extra, but Heather pay recieve a small compensation. If you do, thanks for supporting this small business! Episode Takeaways: Check out Uncommon Goods Here: https://www.uncommongoods.com Etsy is here: https://www.etsy.com/ Sage Goddess is found here: https://www.sagegoddess.com/ Five and Below Website: https://www.fivebelow.com/ Dollar Tree: https://www.dollartree.com/ Link to Astrology Dice on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3YGD9Mr Join us for Coffee & Cards for free mini readings every Sunday at 9AM EST. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to this podcast so you don't miss out. Leave a review for the show if you're LOVING The Spiritual AF Life Podcast Keep in touch! Connect With Heather Danielle Psychic Medium Website: https://therealheatherdanielle.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/riseintoyourpower Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/riseintoyourpower Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spiritual_heatherdanielle/ Email: info@therealheatherdanielle.com

GET WOOD
Chappy Chanukkah

GET WOOD

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 33:51


Hey Lovers, a buncha holiday goodies is what this show is made of: Dancin' at Dollar Tree, Gallery Show on Shrooms, F*ck Trish and more ! #hannukah #holiday #truefunnystories #tiktokdances

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 673 - What is My 2023 Word of the Year?

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 82:53


Episode 673 - What is My 2023 Word of the Year? Today is our last Monday Show until after the New Year is upon us! In keeping with tradition, I will share with you the word of the year, why it was chosen, and what I hope it will mean - even though we all know we find different lessons along the journey. I will also let you know what is happening during the time between Christmas and New Years for content. Livestream Schedule this week: Tuesday Live with John Willis and Ed Hubbell from IridiumSolutions.caLFTN Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGZgu0AKUSI Today's Sponsor: Paul Wheaton od Permies.com and Wheaton Labs https://permies.com/link/lftn Paul Wheaton has developed a truly passive greenhouse that can grow through the winter with no additional heating. Not only that, but it won't overheat in the summer months! How's that possible?  Find out by watching the Truly Passive Greenhouse movie: https://permies.com/link/lftn Email feedback to nicole@livingfreeintennessee.com Tales from the Prepper Pantry Every Nook and Cranny in the deep freezers are stuffed, as is the fridge with things to cook (Managed to decommission the two outdoor appliances) Almost through the potatoes from the garden (had half a bushel) End of year restock is primarily complete Christmas Dinner from the pantry: Leg of lamb, roasted turnips and carrots, charcuterie and pickled things (Holler Neighbor Style) In purge mode for a last push before the end of the year - lost the crap, keep the things we use Weekly Shopping Report from Joe The first stop was Walgreen's for some vitamins. Stock was mostly good, but there was only one left of a large size of "D," so we had to choose another size in order to use their buy one get one free. Food City was next. Dry cat food was very limited, but they had a couple of 16 lb. bags of Meow Mix. They had a lot of Friskies boxed cans, so we added a box of those too. Dollar Tree was next. We found some large 9Lives cans in there for the first time in months, and grabbed a few; not all our cats like those. The frozen food coolers were really sparse and most of the drink coolers are back to being nearly empty; I think it's the worst I've seen it. The health aisle is beginning to look picked again, but most other areas looked well stocked; there were less unrefrigerated canned drinks though. Both of the two lines they had open extended back into the aisles. Same at Home Depot, which I ran in just to check the price of a 2x4x8. It's still $3.75. I did not look over any other areas, but it was fairly crowded, as spending season is at its peak. Aldi was last. We got a few extra things in case we decide to put off next week's shopping, but grocery crowds shouldn't be too bad, so we'll likely go. We found what we wanted, including heavy cream. I didn't see any notable holes, but both lettuce and grapes did not look as good as usual. Untainted regular gasoline remains at $3.999. Frugality Tip from Margo Here's a frugality tip on one of the most valuable things to me.....MY TIME (AND SANITY). For your holiday menu plan it out a month or so in advance. Gather the things you need and start cooking some things early and freeze it (and then take it out of the freezer the day before to thaw) Make sure you have all of the things you need the week before the holiday.  I did not make rolls this year, I bought rolls and put them in the freezer, FYI Hawaiian rolls freeze and thaw very well. And save your sanity during the holidays and keep a stocked pantry y'all!    Operation Independence The 3% checking account, emergency fund, and discipline   Night Before Christmas Countdown Replay episode will not be replays - start your 2023 on the right foot. The importance of downtime.   Main topic of the Show: What is my 2023 Word of the Year   No year has ever been so hard as this year for finding the right word. Even last night, I knew the concept but not the word. Part of the problem is that I knew the concept I wanted but was not finding a single word to describe it. And the two word option I had was only a close fit, not the full breadth of what I wanted to focus on.   What is a word of the year? Why do it?   Past words: Grow (It is a choice and it is up to me) Balance (You have to want it and boundaries) Courage (The power of no. Letting go of insecurities. Sooner is better.)   Then we have this year. I strove for MORE. I worked harder. I played harder. I undid every lesson I leaned in the year of balance. I GREW my businesses. I made it over a really important personal hump: Increased cash flow to where I could finally take some from the businesses.   What the last five years have been like building LFTN and Holler Roast Coffee.   Had to have the courage to Say no to things I was doing to earn money but that are distractions from the primary objective Address conflict head on Openly admit weaknesses Stand my ground Build personal talents from good to great Become unapologetic   Where it has led -  Priority on things that are important to me on the non business side like the food forest, redoing my bathroom, box seats at the symphony, hiking, relationships More opportunities of the kind I want I am singing rock n roll again Poised for fast growth   The words that did not change: Step-change, 10x What it means Problem: Balance   So what could I do? There is a glass ceiling that is not ok and I need to break it. It isnt due to my gender, my background, my level of education or what anyone thinks of me. It is there because of me. My mindset. My perception of what is possible. My hangups. The glass ceiling is of my own making.   The worst part is this: It is glass so I can see through it.    There are lots of reasons why it is there. Every one of them is an excuse.   The other side of that glass ceiling looks great. I want to go there. But there is this glass ceiling that needs to be broken.    And the cool thing about glass is that it will break. And 2023 is the year I break it. With whatever I can use to do so. My hands, a hammer, a rhinoceros, my head. Whatever it takes.   For every word there is a flip side too: The sharp shards that will hit me as I make my way through the glass. I expect that to be there too.   So my word of the year, which encompasses both the goal to move beyond my perceived constraints. The word that also prioritizes balance and priority to my spirit, body and heart. The word for 2023 is .   I don't know exactly how things will go, but I am excited to start, have already started. And you will see the first steps in January   This is the last non-interview podcast before the break so rather than our usual closing, I leave you with this - Make it a great break yall.   GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.    Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link  

IseeRobots Radio
Special Bonus Show: The Patron Only Show Ep.13: You've Won A Trip To The Bahamas

IseeRobots Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 60:47


Hey kids, I'm still laid up but I feel super-bad about leaving you guys high and dry so I thought of a solution that I think will make most everyone happy. I have a show that for the most part you guys haven't heard. It's a Patreon Exclusive show known as The Patron Only Show, creative I know. Anyhow, this was recorded in March of 2020. It's pretty good honestly. Give it a listen... Here's what I had to say at the time..    hey kids. Get ready for an all new/all fun episode of The POS. This time around your dude spends time at The Dig, goes to The Dollar Tree and wins a trip to the Bahamas....  Thanks for your continued support. It means the world to me. I hope you enjoy the show! 

The Empowering Working Moms Podcast-Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik

  Episode #34: How to Make More Time with Your Kids   As a working mom, do you constantly feel guilty about not being able to spend more time with your kids? Mom guilt is a perennial feeling within every mom, and one thing that adds to it is the issue of not being able to spend more time with kids. In this episode of Empowering Women's Podcast Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik, she shares that according to a longitudinal study of parent time, published in April 2015 in the Journal of Marriage and Family, the amount of time parents spend with their kids has minimal bearing on how children turn out. In addition, other data states that today's mothers spend as much time or more than the stay-at-home moms of the 1960s. So today's moms are setting unrealistic expectations and putting a ton of pressure on themselves. Thus, Dr. Prianca advises every mom to focus on quality over quantity which can be achieved with practice and intentionality. She also shares practical ways to obtain this. So if you want to learn more, tune in to this episode and enjoy!   In this episode, you will learn:   Focusing on quality over quantity Ways that can help moms connect with their children Establishing rituals and being consistent with it Anchor points- taking a moment to hug them and breathe and be present Being mindful of connection points as they come up Making time for their events Spending time with children on holidays Looking back to one's childhood and demonstrating and propagating the times that one's parents were present, and making up for where they were lacking. Creating special time and how it works Providing a safe space for grace and forgiveness     If you want to work with Coach Prianca Naik, MD, go to www.priancanaikmdcoaching.as.me to book a 30-minute consultation call.   Check out my free masterclass on 4 methods to love your life https://prianca-naik.mykajabi.com/4-secrets-to-living-a-life-you-II-love-podcast   Follow Dr. Prianca on social media: https://www.facebook.com/prianca.naik https://www.instagram.com/priancanaikmdcoaching https://www.linkedin.com/in/prianca-naik-md-0524a196/   Join her FREE Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/646992382603860   -   [Full Transcription Below] You are listening to the empowering working moms podcast. Real talk with Dr. Priyanka Naik, a show to help professional moms in survival mode to take hold of their lives and thrive. If you're ready to take powerful action to create your best life, then this is the show for you. I'm your host, Dr. Priyanka Nayak, board-certified internal medicine physician and certified life coach. Now let's get to it and dive in. You are listening to the empowering working moms podcast episode number 34. Well, hello there listeners, I am so glad that you're tuning in. I feel like my voice sounds like I have a cold but I don't know. I think that's the side effect of having two small children in school there's always some virus kind of lurking in the background. So excuse my voice if you find it unpleasant, but I'm doing the best I can. So here we go. Before we dive in, I want to let you know that enrollment is open for my one-on-one coaching program. I work with professional moms who are mentally exhausted, I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. And you can relate. They're in survival mode, but they want to enjoy the life that they've worked so hard to build. And I help them do that. I have four spots opening up in the month of December. So book a call with me, Priyanka, Nayak, MD coaching.as.me, and apply to work with me, I would love to talk to you and get to know what's going on with you. And we can talk about how I can help you. The link is in the show notes. Now let's dive in. A common issue that clients come to me with is not spending enough time with their children. And as you can imagine, this adds to the ever-present mom guilt that we all deal with. And of course, this adds to a lack of satisfaction, peace, and fulfillment, I often encourage them to focus on quality over quantity. And this is something that we can do with a little bit of practice and intention. The amount of time that parents spend with their kids actually has very little bearing on how children turn out, according to a longitudinal study of parent time, published in April 2015, in the Journal of marriage and family. Other data that's pretty interesting is that today's mothers spent as much time or more than the stay-at-home moms of the 1960s. So we're truly setting ourselves up for unrealistic expectations and putting a ton of pressure on ourselves. So we can never control our kid's perception of how we parent or how we show up. But we can shift our effort to make our time more meaningful with them. Let me tell you this too. It is okay to not like small children's activities. I'm not a really big fan of coloring or playing with Legos or magnet tiles. It's just not my jam. And I know that's okay. I always think that because I'm so big on mindfulness and talking about thoughts, feelings, the coaching staff, mindset stuff, I think I'll be particularly useful in, you know, the double digits, adolescence, and definitely when my kids are adults. Right now I like to read and I also like to teach, if my son is open to it, I did grow up in a household where my mom or Well, Santa would give us stocking stuffers of flashcards with the states and capitals that happened in the first grade. So I knew all my states and capitals by the time I turned seven or eight, I think, of course, I've forgotten them since then. But my mom would basically have me memorize a certain amount every day. And then when she came home, she would quiz me and if I was lucky, she'd forget to, you know, make good on that quiz. But that's, I think, because I grew up that way I do kind of enjoy teaching and going over stuff. And of course, life coaching involves teaching as well. So that's my area to shine. So that being said, I don't guilt myself for not wanting to get in there with the magnet tiles, the play dough, and all that stuff. So there are several ways that we can really increase our quality more than our quantity and that is more meaningful and makes a meaningful impact on our children's lives. And with it some a little bit of intention and planning. We can also relieve ourselves of the guilt that we're not spending enough time. So here are some ways rituals are really important. One way to connect with our children. This can be anything from giving them a hug when they wake up, snuggling with them, either in the morning or the evening, having them help you make your morning coffee, or helping them make their bed. It's just consistent stuff that happens pretty much every day. You can also do what I do, I like to ask a set of questions after school, I pick up my son, he gets in the car. And in the car, I will ask him, He's four years old. So How was your day doesn't really work? So I will say, what was something that made you smile today? What was something that made you frown today? What is one thing that you're proud of today that you did? What is one thing that you learned? He doesn't always answer these questions, but he knows that I'm engaging with him. And I will ask him questions. So that goes on for maybe five minutes. And then I turned to music on but I have made that connection because that's our reunion time. And when I pick him up, I give him a big hug and a kiss when I get them from school. So that's also how I connect with him. We also practice gratitude practice every single evening before I put them to bed. So our ritual consists of reading a couple of stories. And then once the stories are done, I put them into bed. And we both say something that we're grateful for. You could also have holiday rituals. Another practice that's important in increasing quality that goes along with this is really putting the phone away. So for bedtime, I bought a clock because I no longer wanted to use my phone as a timer, slash knowing the time. And it's really important, I put my phone away while I'm reading stories with them unless I happen to be on call, and I have to take phone calls for work, the phone is away in my room so that I can give them my attention. And if we put our phones away, we're not distracted for that specific time with our children, and we're truly connecting with them. So that's another important thing to do. And really think about, if you don't need your phone for work, are you able to put it away for a certain period of time, because after your kids go to sleep, you can have your reunion with your phone. You can also participate in coloring or arts and crafts with small children. But when you do this, if you're not if that's not your thing, and you're not enjoying it, you could do that, let's say for a limited amount of time. Let's say one day on the weekend or two days of the weekend, you could do it but really just having it be short periods of time. Another way to have that quality is to have anchor points in your day. So you know, when you say bye to your kids, you really take a moment to hug them and breathe and really be present. And if you notice that your mind is wandering to the to do list because I feel like that's where my mind always goes, you center yourself back and you breathe and you connect and you really take in that hug. Similarly with when you pick them up, do the same thing as I mentioned, but really being mindful of the anchor points of the day. When you're with your kids, those short periods of time, those short amount of time where you can connect, really be present for those and make the most of it that way. You're not you no fussing over like the specific amount of time because we all know that as working moms. We are wearing a million hats we've got so much on our plate the to do list is unending. As I'm saying this, I'm just like, Yeah, this is so overwhelming, right? But with all that going on, we just have to give ourselves grace and do the best we can to truly be mindful and present for specific moments with our children. We can also be grateful for our children and practice gratitude in the sense that we can make our feelings known to them. Don't be shy about how you feel about your kids. Let them know how much you love them how you love them unconditionally, and that they mean so much to you, right? Because what's better than that for them to grow up knowing that love and then of course, this is probably for another episode. But if we demonstrate our unconditional love for them, then they themselves can love themselves unconditionally. And that is such a tenet of a peaceful, wonderful, fulfilling life. And I do actually teach self love in my coaching program as a part of my self empowerment module. If you haven't already, check out episode 11 during which I discussed practicing self love for inner peace. Another thing you can do to increase your quality over quantity is when your children try to connect with you, if they're talking to you make some time for them. Now, that's not to say that you should drop everything all the time every, every time your kid needs something. But if it's not a good time, you can say, hey, let me finish this email, and I will be right with you, or I will be with you in a half hour and then really be present and listen to them hold space for them. When they're having difficult emotion. Let's say this is especially true for toddlers, when my toddler is having a tantrum, I do my best not to get sucked into, you know, the triggering anxiety I might feel when he's crying and screaming and I say, Hey, I know you're angry, I'm here. And this is a way that we can really be present with him and for them. And really be mindful of these connection points as they come up. During the day, if you really start paying attention, you're going to find more moments during which you can connect. So just pay attention. Also, try looking back on your childhood, this is a great exercise to really see what we remember. What do you remember that your parents were there for? Where were they present? And how did it mean a lot to you? Or, conversely? Where were they when or where were they absent? And maybe it upset you? How can you show up in that way for your own children. Basically demonstrating and propagating the good all the times that your parents were present, and then maybe making up for where they were lacking. And really being intentional about being present for those moments. Also making time for their events, be it concerts, or dance performances, or sports, or anything else really, or if they ask you to come trying to make time to do it. Now, I want to add though, if you can't make time, or it's super overwhelming, or making time is causing you more grief than really helping, it's okay to forgive yourself. You can't be there 100% For everything, and that is okay. It's okay to have a career. It is okay sometimes to prioritize yourself for your own sanity. Or, for the doctors out there. It's really hard to reschedule patients, right if you're in clinic. And if there's a last minute event, it might be really difficult for you to shuffle things around to shuffle patients around and that's okay. Please give yourself permission to be human. Forgive yourself and give yourself grace, you are doing the best you can. And that truly is enough. And when it comes to mom guilt, and working, just remember that you are setting a fantastic example of a diligent, hard working mom who manages so much. I will give a shout out to my mom in this episode, because she worked her tail off she was in private practice. She's an internist. And she sets such an incredible example for me of hard work and giving her job her all but also really doing her best to be present for my sister and me and be a good mom and seeing that hard work growing up really inspires me today to work so hard in my profession, be it in seeing patients or serving my clients. And I'm so grateful for that. So for those of you who had stay at home moms and you're, you know, feeling guilty about working and wishing you spent more time here's a perspective from a kid who whose mom had a serious career. Another suggestion I have is if you have a little bit of some vacation days to play around with or you've got some flexibility and you can take time off. I highly encourage you to spend time with your kids on their holidays. The ones like Martin Luther King Day or Veterans Day and take special time with them to do an activity and really connect I try my best to not be working and be present with my older one. On those days. We'll do something as simple as going to the dollar store picking up a bunch of arts and crafts or going to Michael's we both love going out to eat so he and I had a special little brunch together where he got to eat pancakes and chocolate and he was having us While time, so that is something that you can do, which is a little bit more time intensive, but maybe something that, hopefully I'm hoping my own kid will look back on and remember, but either way, I know I'm doing the best I can. Now I want to touch upon something called special time. And this is a ritual that psychologists have studied. And they definitely purport helps with having a positive impact and a greater connection with our children. Special time is basically five to 10 minutes per day, I five minutes is enough. So you can set a timer for five minutes, you do a special activity with your kid, you can create a bin with activities that only are done for special time. So I actually have some paints and crayons and little activities in a bin from a lot of it's from the dollar store. Again, I'm plugging Family Dollar, the Dollar Tree, and they sit in my room so that my son can't play with them. Otherwise, they're only for special time. Set a timer. Try and do five minutes a day or as many days as you can. It's not always possible. I know. And no questions, no instructions, no criticism, really, you only have to do five minutes. And there's an acronym that goes along with this. It's called pride. So praise. So you say hey, you know I love doing this special time with you or you're doing such a great job coloring, reflect eco, slash imitate, so you do what he or she is doing. So I'm going to color just like your coloring. Describe, oh, we're getting our crayons, and we're coloring now. And E is express enthusiasm. Wow, this is really fun. I love our special time together, truly go through these steps. They're mechanical. But I know my son, he will ask for a special time or he really looks forward to it. And this is yet another way where I'm building the connection in a shorter amount of time. And there's not a ton of time lost and he feels that impact. Try any some or all of the tactics I've discussed today to truly increase that quality and connection, the presence with your children it will make a huge difference. You're going to be feeling better, I promise. And I truly believe I don't have a crystal ball but I think that these kids are going to reflect upon our efforts and remember that quality over the quantity of course because time we know it's really tough when you're a working mom. So try any and all of them let me know how it goes. Feel free to find me on Instagram Priyanka nyac. MD coaching, send me a DM let me know how these tactics work for you. And I also want to let you know that enrollment is open for my one on one coaching program. I work with professional moms the seemingly perfect life who are truly mentally exhausted and in survival mode to enjoy the lives that they work so hard to build because they deserve it. I've got four spots open in the month of December. So book a call with me Priyanka Nayak MD coaching that as.me link in the show notes and I will talk to you next week. Thank you for listening to this episode of the empowering working moms podcast real talk with Dr. Priyanka Nyan. If you are ready to get unstuck and out of survival mode to live your best life, I want to invite you to book a free 30 minute consultation call with me. To get started visit Priyanka knife MD coaching that as.me link in the show notes  

OH&S SafetyPod
Profits over Protection: Companies Frequently Cited by OSHA in 2022

OH&S SafetyPod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 15:17


In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses some of the most cited companies in 2022.

Middle-Aged and Mediocre
Middle-Aged and Mediocre Interviews TRICERATOPS

Middle-Aged and Mediocre

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 35:52


Cash and Joel sit down with Dr. Devilish DMD, Shaman, Doom Coon, and Blake Tornado, better known collectively as the band Triceratops, for a catastrophically destructive disaster of an interview. The Middle-Aged and Mediocre duo spoke with the Interdimensional Combat Wrestling Alliance's Quartet of Chaos... the Bog Dwelling Sons of Satan... the Rock & Wrestlin' Warriors about a vast array of topics, including existence itself, the Dollar Tree raising its prices, George Michael, freezing time and so much more. Referring to themselves as "Dollar Store GWAR", get the band's thoughts on their pro wrestling dream matches, if they would rather fight an angry raccoon every morning or swat away the same fly all day every day, and what they would do if they were witness to a robbery at 7-Eleven. Check out their podcast, Between the Horns and Under the Kushion, on Spotify and connect with them on Facebook at facebook.com/Triceratops740 to find out where and when you can see them live and how to buy their merch! This interview goes off the rails immediately and smashes its way through several dimensions before exploding all over your face. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/middleagedandmediocre/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/middleagedandmediocre/support

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
2643: Penophobic

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 114:02


Rod and Karen discuss some housekeeping notes, Coronavirus News, Shein improving working conditions, AirTags stalking lawsuit, man stung to death while talking to bees, British man deals with penis discrimination, Summer Walker dragged for wanting a white gay man assistant, Van Jones misquoted, "Emancipation" producer apologizes, Black Capitalism, man steals $1.3k in toothbrushes, man hits store clerk in Dollar Tree, Waffle House thief steals wallet and sword ratchetness. Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: theblackguywhotips@gmail.com Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Amazon Wishlist Crowdcast Sponsor: Site: AfroGrindCoffee Code: TBGWT Voice Mail: 704-557-0186

Sn Off the Shelf
Inflation challenges, supply chain issues — and how retailers are coping

Sn Off the Shelf

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 11:38


It’s that time of the year: there’s been a flurry of Q3 results and some interesting ones in particular. Supply chain challenges are pressuring profitability for Dollar General, and have caused the company to reduce its earnings outlook for the full fiscal year. Meanwhile, inflation has become a two-edged sword for Dollar Tree, as consumers seeking bargains are driving sales and profit growth but rising costs and a shift toward lower-margin consumable items are expected to pressure margins in the near term. Moving over to Kroger, the company saw its sales surge in its fiscal third quarter, driven by same-store sales gains of 6.9% vs. a year ago, excluding fuel, and double-digit increases in both private label and digital sales. Kroger also said its fourth-quarter sales and profit comparisons will be up against high inflation in last year’s fourth quarter. Supermarket News spoke with SN contributor Mark Hamstra about what the results mean for retail, and what we can expect looking ahead. Take a listen. Have a pitch for the podcast? Contact SN Executive Editor Chloe Riley at chloe.riley@informa.com, or reach out and say hi on LinkedIn. Thanks for listening.

Your Gay Cousins with Michael & Estevan
Ep 194: "Wreck The Halls?!?"

Your Gay Cousins with Michael & Estevan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 30:39


NEW EPISODE 194: “Wreck The Halls?!?” - In today's episode we punch our cards at the Dollar Tree, ride a Peloton for two, kiss our ticketmaster under the mistletoe, sing our holiday classics from Wreck-It-Sheryl-Lee-Ralph's album Wreck The Halls & much more! Be a part of the show-- call the Gay Cousins Hotline 310-431-9788 and leave us a voicemail (chisme, questions, advice, good news!) Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and listen every Tuesday for a new episode! And be sure to follow us on Instagram & Twitter: tiktok.com/@yourgaycousins instagram.com/YourGayCousins twitter.com/YourGayCousins yourgaycousins.com/shop

The Paper Outpost - The Joy of Junk Journals!
S4 Ep91: Dollar Tree & Junk Journals!

The Paper Outpost - The Joy of Junk Journals!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 20:42


S4 Ep91: Dollar Tree & Junk Journals! The Junk Journal Podcast! The Paper Outpost Podcast! The Joy of Junk Journals! Free to Listen Anytime! Every Tuesday & Thursday! Topics: Junk Journals, Paper Crafting, life of a crafter, answering crafty questions! Come have a listen on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast or go to https://anchor.fm/the-paper-outpost Also check out my Video Podcasts on M,W, F, S, S on Spotify! :) You can make your own Podcast! It's easy at Anchor: Here is how!: anch.co/outpost Grab a FUNDLE! Now available in my Etsy Shop!: 100 pieces! A mix of antique/vintage ledger pages, hand-dyed papers, old postcards, tea cards, handwritten paper, awesome vintage book pages and so much more! Wonderful to use in your junk journal creations! Free Priority Shipping in the USA! :) Limited supply! :) See a Fundle Video!:) https://youtu.be/KJnWd9RSpOQ Buy a Fundle! :) Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1007331616/antique-vintage-ephemera-paper?ref=shop_home_active_6&frs=1&crt=1 VINTAGE DIGIKITS! Amazing images to download & print out at home on your printer!: Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePaperOutpost PRINT & MAIL Option for Vintage Digikits! :) I heard your call :) No Printer? No Problem! :) I will print & mail 10 Digikits to you! Free Priority Shipping in the USA! :) 1. Select 10 names of digikits, & send me the list via Etsy message or email to pam@thepaperoutpost.com or simply say "Surprise me!" :) 2. Then buy the Print & Mail Digikit option in my Etsy shop! :) Direct Link to Buy here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1071078687/printed-mailed-digikits-no-printer?ref=shop_home_active_1&frs=1&crt=1 That's 50 Pages total on lightweight cardstock! See All My Digikits! https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePaperOutpost Sincerely, Pam at The Paper Outpost :)!! I am currently buried in paper and covered in glue ;) Remember that Fun Can Be Simple! Go Forth and Create with Reckless Abandon! :) MY AMAZON STORE!: My Personal Favorite Products & Tools!: Click here to see all my items in one click with pictures in my Amazon Store! https://www.amazon.com/shop/thepaperoutpost NEWSLETTER!: Free Monthly Emailed Newsletter from The Paper Outpost! Sign Up here: https://bit.ly/paperoutpostnewsletter - Free Monthly Digital Printable! - Free The Note From The Book Maker explaining what a junk journal is and how to use it! - Free Page List of Ideas for Junk Journals! - Free Checklist of Junk Journal Supplies! - Junk Journal Tips & Updates from Pam at The Paper Outpost! COME FIND ME AT :) All My Links: https://linktr.ee/thepaperoutpost ETSY Shop: https://www.thepaperoutpost.com ETSY Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePaperOutpost YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/ThePaperOutpost NEWSLETTER: https://bit.ly/paperoutpostnewsletter INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thepaperoutpost FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ThePaperOutpost The Paper Outpost FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/ThePaperOutpost/ THE PAPER OUTPOST PODCAST: The Joy of Junk Journals!: https://anchor.fm/the-paper-outpost AMAZON STORE: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thepaperoutpost PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/thepaperoutpost TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thepaperoutpost MERCHANDISE STORE!: https://the-paper-outpost-2.creator-spring.com/ #thepaperoutpost #paperoutpost #thepaperoutpostpodcast #digikits #junkjournal #junkjournals #howtomakeajunkjournal #junkjournalpodcast #thejoyofjunkjournals #fundle #thejunkjournalpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-paper-outpost/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-paper-outpost/support

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 665 - Homemade Holiday Gift Ideas

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 58:00


Today we talk about some homemade holiday gift ideas put together by the Holler Neighbors for this year. Today's Sponsor, Paul Wheaton of Wheaton Labs and Permies.com Love listening to podcasts? Check out Paul Wheaton's huge bundle of podcasts, videos, and stuff so you can learn all about permaculture from The Duke of Permaculture himself!   https://permies.com/link/lftn   Livestream Schedule 9:30CT Tuesday Live with Jack Spirko and John Willis, TBD LINK Friday Homestead Happenings will be at 2pm (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-dYtvlhFjo) LFTN Weekly Mail LFTN Spring Workshop Presale Dec 17 at 9am   Tales from the Prepper Pantry Cow is safely in the freezer Meal plan by broken vacuum seal VakPakIt brand Vacuum Sealer Update (No longer recommend and why) Cruisin' through the canned goods (Almost out of stewed tomatoes, using green beans) Still need to do the year end resupply and the Cozi Tool I use   Weekly Shopping Report from Joe   There's likely to be yucky weather off and on all weekend, so we went during a pause in precipitation this afternoon (Saturday). Friday evening, however, a lot of the pumps at the Weigel's I use most often were bagged. I went to my secondary choice, and it was fine. A gallon of untainted regular had dropped to $3.999; this was at both stations.   Today's first stop was Dollar Tree. The drink coolers were in better shape, but still had a lot of empty spaces. They had lots of canned goods, but we didn't see any of the lentils we've previously seen there, and the only beans were Northern White. We hadn't bought any lentils in a while, so I don't know if they've been missing for longer. The store was otherwise normally stocked. It was also busier than we've often seen it, especially for a poor-weather day.   Home Depot was next. Every open area had islands with a lot of smaller items. The prices looked reasonable. We found the couple of items we wanted without difficulty. A 2x4x8 remains at $3.75.   Aldi was last. We found everything on our list, including heavy cream (at least two boxes in the cooler). Stock everywhere looked good. They have more of that generically-packed chicken.   Frugality Tip from Christina I find myself traveling quite a bit. Recently, I found myself on the road without good coffee (gasp!!!). Long story short - and leaving out the scary days of gas station coffee - I went to the store and bought a pack of coffee filters for $1.50 and a cheap coffee grinder. Someone could do this without the coffee grinder by also buying pre-ground coffee but I had a couple pounds of whole bean bouncing around the truck. I took out my trusty Coleman thermos, put a coffee filter in the top so it was hanging over an inch or so then filled it with coffee. I heated water and poured it through the filter. Voila! Redneck pour-over coffee. Hope this helps someone! I've learned so much from you and this community. I'm grateful to have a chance to give back.   Operation Independence Turned a corner from panic minimums to progress   Main topic of the Show: Homemade Holiday Gift Ideas   Past episodes on this topic: https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2016/12/12/episode-15-five-country-holiday-gift-ideas/ https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2017/10/23/episode-54-five-homemade-holiday-gift-ideas/ https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2018/08/27/christmas-gift-ideas-emotions-winter-preparation/ https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2019/08/28/four-christmas-gift-ideas-to-start-now/ https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2020/10/21/four-homemade-gift-ideas/   Why homemade? Thoughts on the expectations surrounding gifts  Declare independence from debt, but have fun gifting people Toxicity and gifts   Ideas Pine shaving ornaments (Reference) Preserved lemons and decorated jar (10 lemons, ½ cup salt, water or lemon juice to pack) Clean lemons, put 2 tbsp salt in quart jar, cut lemons into a blooming onion in quarters, sprinkle with salt, pack, press, fill with liquid, seal and refrigerate) Juniper berries (Or other spices) Handmade walking stick Homemade granola (reference) Homemade tea blend in mason jar, or in a decorative bag with a tea infuser   Make it a great week!   GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.    Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

9malls
Dollar Tree Dollar Store Loaded Potato Sticks Live Review

9malls

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 9:02


Dollar Tree Dollar Store Loaded Potato Sticks Live Review. Original audio from a live stream event.

9malls
Dollar Tree Dollar Store Snapps Mozzarella Sticks Review

9malls

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 7:56


Dollar Tree Dollar Store Snapps Mozzarella Sticks Review. Original audio from a live stream event.

Alles auf Aktien
Apples 6-Millionen-iPhone-Lücke in China und German Fusionsangst

Alles auf Aktien

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 17:41


In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Daniel Eckert und Holger Zschäpitz über mehr Ungemach für Varta, eine weitere Krypto-Pleite und einen denkwürdigen Auftritt von EZB-Präsidentin Christine Lagarde. Außerdem geht es um Pinduoduo, Bitcoin, Ether, Brenntag, Univar Solutions, Bayer, Merck KGaA, Mercedes-Benz, Deutsche Bank, RWE, Deutsche Telekom, Siemens, Siemens Healthineers, SAP, Albemarle, Air Products & Chemicals, Agilent, Las Vegas Sands, Livent, Starbucks, Otis, Emerson Electric, Aptiv, 3M, Nike, Estee Lauder, ON Semiconductor,, Dollar Tree, AGCO, HP, General Motors, Best Buy, Applied Materials, Nike, Trimble und Mattel.  Wir freuen uns an Feedback über aaa@welt.de. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html

The Retail Focus Podcast
Retail Focus 11/28/22 – Inventory Visibility for Retailers Across Channels; Family Dollar Traffic Ticks Up

The Retail Focus Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 41:13


Our interview guest is Ann Ruckstuhl, senior vice president and chief marketing officer with Manhattan Associates. She joins the show to discuss Manhattan's recent research surrounding inventory visibility, point of sale options, and the surprising number of retailers who are uncomfortable with their current inventory tracking. In news, we look at early Black Friday shopping numbers as well as Dollar Tree's recent update which featured the first traffic increase for Family Dollar in over two years.

9malls
Dollar Tree Dollar Store Cheese Sauce LiveReview

9malls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 7:15


Dollar Tree Dollar Store Cheese Sauce Live Review. Original audio from a live stream event.

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
Healthy Sense and People's Choice Vitamins May Not Be So Healthy

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 1:18


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/eyK0t09vkco   The FDA and Mason Vitamins Inc. are recalling Healthy Sense Daily Multiple with Iron and People's Choice Women's Daily Vitamins with Iron.  The amounts of Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Pantothenic Acid are misstated on the label.  The affected lots are 25807G for Healthy Sense and the same number preceded by A through D for People's Choice.  These vits were sold nationwide at Bargain Barn, 99 Cents Only, Fruth Pharmacy, Joe V's Smart Shop, Rose's Discount Stores, Rex Discount Pharmacy, Star Discount Pharmacy, Propst Discount Pharmacy, and Dollar Tree stores.  If you bought one of these vitamins, don't consume them and return the product to the place of purchase.  For more information, call Mason customer care at 1-888-860-8376.   https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/mason-vitamins-inc-voluntary-recalls-healthy-sense-daily-multiple-iron-tablets-and-peoples-choice   #mason #vitamins #healthysense #peopleschoice #mislabeling #recall mason, vitamins, healthysense, peopleschoice, mislabeling, recall

WIRED Tech in Two
America's Billion-Dollar Tree Problem Is Spreading

WIRED Tech in Two

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 10:36


Grasslands are being overrun by drought-resistant invaders that wreck animal habitats, suck up water supplies, and can cost landowners a fortune. Thanks for listening to WIRED. Check back in tomorrow to hear more stories from WIRED.com.

TD Ameritrade Network
Dollar Tree (DLTR) Chopped Down After 3Q Revenue

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 7:22


Dollar Tree (DLTR) stock is down sharply on modest downward revision, says Patrick McKeever. He and Scott Mushkin discuss how DLTR sells off after earnings. Patrick notes that the company's Family Dollar segment grew traffic year-over-year for the first time in 12 quarters. They also talk about how DLTR sees FY22 comp sales up in the mid-single digits. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.

CommSec
Morning Report 23 Nov 22: US sharemarkets rose on Tuesday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 3:50


Energy led gains, supported by higher crude prices. Shares in retailer Best Buy rose 12.8% after forecasting a smaller drop in annual sales than previously estimated. But shares in discount retailer Dollar Tree fell by 7.8% after the company cut its annual profit forecast for a second time. At the close of trade, the Dow Jones index was up by 398 points or 1.2%. The S&P 500 index lifted by 1.4% and the Nasdaq index lifted by around 150 points or 1.4%. This report is approved and distributed in Australia by Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFSL 238814 (CommSec) a wholly owned but non-guaranteed subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL 234945 (the Bank), and a Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. The information contained within this report is general in nature and has been prepared without taking account of the objectives, financial situation or needs of any particular individual. Any advice contained in this document is general advice only. Before making any investment decision, and before acting on any information in this report, you should consider the appropriateness and suitability of the information to your own needs and if needed, seek professional investment advice. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. For certain products, you should also consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement or prospectus in deciding whether to acquire that product. CommSec, our employees and agents may receive commission and fees from transactions involving securities and other investments referred to in this report. We have effected or may effect transactions for our own account on securities and other investments in this report and may make investment decisions that are inconsistent with the recommendations or views in this report. Please see relevant CommSec disclosures at www.commsec.com.au/disclosures. This report is produced by Commonwealth Securities Limited based on information available at the time of publishing and any opinions, statements or recommendations contained herein are subject to change without notice and do not reflect the view of CBA Group or any other employee within CBA Group. We believe that the information in this report is correct and any opinions, conclusions or recommendations are reasonably held or made as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to accuracy, reliability or completeness.  To the extent permitted by law, neither CommSec, the Bank nor any of its subsidiaries accept liability to any person for loss or damage arising from the use of this report. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent. Data in this report is sourced from third party providers and is provided for information purposes only. Any reliance on this data when deciding to buy/sell stocks is at your own risk and CommSec is not liable for any losses you may incur. CommSec does not give any representation or warranty as to the reliability, accuracy or completeness of any third party material nor does it accept responsibility for errors or omissions in third party material. Charts display historical prices that may have been adjusted for corporate action activity. Adjusted prices may differ to actual historical prices when looking at a stock's course of sales or historical closing prices.

Bob Sirott
Associated Bank Market Outlook: 11/22/22

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


On November 22nd, 2022, Dave Schwan, filling in for Steve Grzanich, shares today's potential market drivers: Earnings from Dollar Tree, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Best Buy, and more Reports we will see tomorrow include jobless claims and U.S. durable goods

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast
Is This Anything?

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 5:05


A video is going viral of a Dollar Tree manager offering to hire a complaining customer on the spot. Students out of Ohio called 911 from a school bus and accused their driver of abuse, but it turns out she never did anything to them. Is this anything?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Drill Down
Ep. 180: Aflac COO Fred Crawford, Warner Music Group, Abercrombie & Fitch, Dollar Tree

The Drill Down

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 40:27


Aflac COO Fred Crawford (AFL) explains the insurance giant's international strategy. Behind Warner Music Group's (WMG) digital evolution. Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) sees the upside of people returning to the office. What Dollar Tree (DLTR) understands about its customers that other discount retailers may want to study. The Drill Down with Cory Johnson offers a regular look at the business stories behind stocks on the move. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

9malls
Dollar Tree Dollar Store Stuffed Hash Browns Sausage and Gravy Live Review

9malls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 9:20


Dollar Tree Dollar Store Stuffed Hash Browns Sausage and Gravy Live Review. Original audio from a live stream event.

9malls
Dollar Tree Dollar Store Furlani Texas Toast Live Review

9malls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 12:44


Dollar Tree Dollar Store Furlani Texas Toast Live Review. Original audio from a live stream event.

9malls
Dollar Tree Dollar Store Brown N Serve Breakfast Live Review

9malls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 16:49


Dollar Tree Dollar Store Brown N Serve Breakfast Live Review. Original audio from a live stream event.

MKT Call
Two Major Market Bubbles Implode (Tesla & Crypto)

MKT Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 33:37


On this episode of MRKT Call Dan Nathan, Guy Adami and Carter Worth discuss the top market headlines for Monday, November 21st... - Tesla + crypto imploding - OPEC+ production increase - Iger back in as Disney CEO - Zoom, Dick's, Dollar Tree, Best Buy + Deere Earnings -- MRKT Call is brought to you by our presenting sponsor FactSet Watch MRKT Call LIVE at 1pm M-TH on YouTube Sign up for our emails Follow us on Twitter @MRKTCall Follow Dan Nathan @RiskReversal on Twitter Follow @GuyAdami on Twitter Follow @CarterBWorth on Twitter Follow us on Instagram @RiskReversalMedia Like us on Facebook @RiskReversal Watch all of our videos on YouTube

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 657 - Courage, an Update

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 67:25


Today's show is an update on my word of the year, courage, and how it is progressing, lessons learned.   Livestream Schedule Tuesday, 12:30pm - Live with Sam Billings on using a job to build your life Wednesday, 12:30pm - Live with John Willis and Black Scout Survival Friday, 9:30am - Homestead Happenings and Q&A   Tales from the Prepper Pantry Pantry Webinar Year end pantry restock Shopping list for Thanksgiving: 1 apple, 1 bag cranberries, maybe some butter (Explain why) New Rabbit Recipe: bacon, rabbit, butter, onion, garlic, rosemary, juniper berries, cinnamon, sage, carrot, celery, tomato (Rabbit Bolognese anyone?)   Thank today's sponsor, Paul Wheaton BLACK FRIDAY STOCKING STUFFER!! Wanna learn or teach about permaculture while playing classic card games with your family this holiday season? Grab a couple decks of permaculture playing cards for stocking stuffers this year!   https://richsoil.com/cards.jsp?f=495   Weekly Shopping Report from Joe We made our usual three stops this Saturday, plus one other. Our first stop was Dollar Tree. The coolers are mostly empty now. They still have some Rip-it, but even that cooler wasn't even half full. The food aisles still look good though, and other shelves are also stocked. Before parking, we passed by where a new Michael's (a craft store; competes with Hobby Lobby) will be opening soon. I'm surprised it isn't open yet, but we'll check it again if we go out next weekend. That's unlikely to be Saturday this time, due to the beginning of the holiday feeding frenzy. Next stop was Home Depot. The open areas are now full of islands, as they too get ready for the impending rush. There was a price on the 2x4x8 studs this time; $3.75. The store looked busy already, including employees putting more stuff out. Battery quantities looked good, with fewer and smaller holes.   Third was Aldi. The produce area was nicely filled, stuffed even. We found what we wanted, including heavy cream, which I've seen some people report has been missing in some areas. They also had Butterball turkeys in at least one cooler. The bill seemed a little steeper than usual, although I did get a whole pork butt (a new cut for them; they've had half-butts for some time now) and a package of generically-labeled chicken breasts. I didn't see any holes in anything.   The final stop was a thrift store so Sonia could looks for some books. Untainted regular gasoline remains at $4.199/gallon.   Frugality Tip I came across a 1 3/4 pound container of organic ginger root at Sam's Club. This was just what I needed to begin my honey fermented ginger.   Ginger is always a tough thing to peel, but I have seen several videos of an easier way to peel ginger not using a knife. Just use a common every day spoon.   I just drag the spoon across the ginger. It takes off the outside peel, and doesn't take off much of the ginger flesh. This saves so much usable ginger, and put less in the compost bin.   Operation Independence Frozen Pipes Heading onto the end of the year with a Black Friday special at Holler Roast   Main topic of the Show: Courage, an Update What is the word of the year and why I chose Courage   How the year started - Everything at once, getting ahead of the schedule, learning to say no, and learning to let go of the script in front of large audiences.   The dark side of courage If you go for things all the time, they really pile up Courage starts inside with seeing things for what they are and acting Lots of overwhelm occurred The body ends up in a state of adrenalin until you get past that phase I have fewer friends now after addressing things head on Nicole is scary   The hard thing about courage is that you have to accept that things are your responsibility to change if you do not like them, particularly flaws within yourself. Not succeeding in changing yourself is literal laziness. That one hurt.   Things I have done Injected sheep Nursed a very sick dog back to health Trained a dog not to fight Surpassed all expectations for events Become a much better presenter Started making more money Stood up for myself multiple times Stood up for other people Started singing rock n roll again Started learning Guitar Wrangled sheep Hiked alone Stayed in the car and gotten out of the area when a bad guy was on the loose (courage does not mean stupid) Invested in Bear for SRF 2023 Installed a food forest Embraced myself and where I am at as valid, good and part of a journey (Stopped comparing)   The bright side of courage The I don't care factor I found out what I MOST fear in life and it wasn't what I expected (resources) I have fewer friends after addressing things head on BUT the ones who are still here are real Trying new things and taking on new challenges has stretched me in unexpected ways  Doing things sooner rather than later saves so much time I used to be intimidated by people who are better at things than I am, now I just ask them how they got so good   Overall, courage was a good fit for the year. This is the first time that a word of the year has really felt like it will be finished by the time I get through December.   Membership Plug   MeWe reminder   Make it a great week!   GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.    Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

The R Spot with Iyanla
Go To The Dollar Tree

The R Spot with Iyanla

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 35:55


Iyanla takes a look at the other side of the parent/child relationship, with two callers whose mothers still treat them like children. The first caller feels like he had to become the emotional support for his mother after his father died, which created an unhealthy relationship. Then, a second caller wants to have some relationship with their mother, but can't seem to set boundaries like an adult. Iyanla guides both callers toward standing up and presenting themselves as children no longer. Do you want to be on the podcast? Follow Iyanla on social media for the latest call-in information! instagram & twitter: @IyanlaVanzant facebook: @DrIyanlaVanzantSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The SportsBros Podcast
Ep. #180 NFL Game Of The Year | Midseason Awards| UFC| Choices Of The Voices and More

The SportsBros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 111:01


The Bros discuss the potential game of the year between the Vikings and the Bills; also, the Bros hand out their midseason awards. Plus, a recap of the recent UFC PPV, and they share their thoughts on that event. B. Live is back with his Top 15 (Top 5 + Heisman Top 5 + The not Top 5), and you don't want to miss that. Which college coach had a rough and rocky transition to the pro game and didn't succeed, find out who did what and where in this week's Choices of The Voices. Eddy Kool has had enough of Josh McDaniels (Visor and all), Scottie D. breaks out the Dollar Tree readers, and B. Live lets loose about HE, who shall remain nameless. All this and more. Enjoy. Holla At Cha Boys https://linktr.ee/SportsBros_PCast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesportsbrospodcast/message

Finance for Physicians
How Physicians Can Use Frugality To Improve Their Lives

Finance for Physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 48:04


If you're a medical professional that is struggling financially or trying to pay off student debt, this episode of "Finance for Physicians" is for you!Our guest is Dr. Disha Spath: A first-generation immigrant success story, Disha found herself alongside her husband in a precarious financial situation with a huge debt to pay out after medical school. After living on the fence for a while, Disha and her husband finally managed to pay out the $750,000+ debt that was piled up and then went on to create a financial platform to help other physicians escape their situationHer secret? A shift in the mindset - Conscious Frugality.Now, we know what you're thinking: Nobody likes frugality. It's a tricky muscle to exercise and can often be hard to execute as a doctor. After all, you didn't go to medical school for years to live off ramen and Dollar Tree specials. We, alongside Dr. Disha, are here to say that this type of frugality mindset is not true! Frugality is a key financial budgeting skill that, if used correctly, is not about depriving yourself, but about making smarter financial decisions. Our host, Daniel Wrenne, and Dr. Disha talk us through the following:- How to pay off medical student loan debt.- When to get that dream house.- Why you can still have a comfortable life and save money.- Tips for raising a family on a budgetReady to learn more? Click play and let's take that uncomfortable topic, called finance, under comfortable control! Links: Dr. Disha Spath's Practice WCI Ambassador The Frugal Physician Contact Finance for Physicians Finance for Physicians

The Mallory Bros Podcast
Episode 126 | ”Zesty Raps & Dollar Tree Snacks”

The Mallory Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 122:31


On this episode of the MalloryBros. Podcast, the fellas start with some weekend reflection. They speak again about Takeoff and how they've been dealing with grief and how the world moves on very fast. They talk Drake and 21 Savage's "Her Loss" and Terrell speaks to how Drake has men acting Zestier than ever. Terrance talks about his inability to pay his Verizon bill. The fellas then speak to modern relationships and how the twitter requirements aren't as important as the simple things like communication. This leads to a conversation about the Movies on a First Date and Terrance shames the man who will stop at the Dollar Tree for Snacks. They cover some film and TV news and talk about Lee Jung Jae's comments about how the world received "Squid Game".. Terrell dives at the Kyrie Irving controversy and calls out "Selective Outrage" in regards to Kyrie's requirements to play again. They have movie suggestions of the Week as per usual and NFL Picks for the Tenth Week!    Movie Suggestions of the Week:  Terrance: "In the Mood For Love" - 2000 (HBOMax)  | "Blue Jasmine" - 2013 (Netflix) Terrell: "The Good Nurse" - 2022 (Netflix)

The Undomestic Mom Podcast
094 | 5 Tips for Getting Through a Hospital Stay with Kids

The Undomestic Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 49:05


In today's episode, I'm sharing the five tips that would help any mom who ends up in the emergency room with her kids and has to be admitted to the hospital.  Last week, my toddler Cillian, came down with RSV and unfortunately needed to be admitted to the hospital for the night to get oxygen because he was having trouble breathing. He's doing much better now! But the RSV this year is no joke, and there are a few things I learned during 24 hours in the hospital with him that I wish I had known before.  Tips: 1. Put together a cheap "go bag" with some Dollar Tree toiletries, a change of clothes, and some snacks. When it's time to go to the emergency room, you won't want to waste time packing a bag, and it would be nice to have something to bring with you.  2. Don't suffer in silence. This is probably my biggest tip of them all. When it comes to anything you're dealing with at the hospital, speak up if you're emotionally, p,hysically or mentally drained. Tell your partner, your medical staff, and your family/friends. Let them help you devise a better plan or give you a break so you can walk away and collect yourself. These things will drain any mom quickly; we must be prepared to ask for help or try something new. 3. Get the doctor or charge nurse involved if necessary. I don't say this lightly as I completely respect the medical staff, and I know they have been stretched too thin over the past 2.5 years. However, if you do not see eye to eye with your nurse, could you ask the charge nurse so you can voice your concerns? YOu can also request to speak to the doctor if you want to discuss other treatment options. Never feel wrong about advocating for yourself and your child. 4. Sleep when you can. Don't let anyone make you feel like you should pull an all-nighter at your child's bedside, especially if they are content and sleeping. It would be best if you got whatever rest you can so you can make clear-headed decisions and not fall apart. Be bold and ask staff not to come in as often to do checks if everything is going well and you need sleep. OR as them to do checks very quietly and not wake you up.  5. Take all the help that's offered. This one is for my fellow recovering people pleasers. People will support you through childcare, food, and companionship when you're going through a hospital stay; take them up on it! Let your family take care of your other kids. Have friends bring food to the hospital or keep you company while your partner leaves (if permitted). Whatever is being offered, could you say yes to it without any guilt? People want to help you, and you deserve to receive it.  Find Me on Instagram Leave me a Review on Apple Podcast and I'll send you a coffee! Just send me an email with the screenshot of the review. taran (at) undomesticmom (dot) com

Hell Is Round The Corner
Bottom Tier Black Men

Hell Is Round The Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 64:04


this week... - RIP Takeoff - Kyrie Irving is the dumbest one - we too good for Dollar Tree snacks now??? - Killer Sally - these bottom tier black men must GO!!! - much more... follow me on the Twitter @lou_m_cypher --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lou-cypher/support

Small-Minded Podcast
Pricing and Packaging

Small-Minded Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 34:21


Hey listeners! Welcome back, especially to those of you with service-based businesses. In this podcast I share strategies for packaging and pricing your offers.   Ugh. Did your stomach drop? Pricing can be a vulnerable topic, and I've shared my discomfort about money conversations in the past. I'm happy to be much more confident now, and excited to share my answers to this common question. Key Takeaways This topic is taken from my Business Bootcamp module. Find out more about Business Bootcamp at MollyKnuthMedia.com/shop I have a distinct memory of deciding what to charge for what I could do with who needs it. I felt raw, nervous, and too big for my britches. My pricing was based on an hourly rate for what I expected my package to entail. My britches weren't sustainable! After awhile it was necessary to update my pricing to reflect my expertise and efficiency. Consider opportunity cost when pricing. Time you are spending with a client is time you're NOT doing anything else. Same for the client. Time they are getting by hiring you is time they can be doing anything else that could make them more money. Ask yourself how much time you are saving the client. What do they do to earn the money to pay you? What do others in your industry charge? Avoid the comparison game, but it is a nice general guideline. Resist the urge to be driven by fear, scarcity, and powerlessness. Build an offer suite with your middle-of-the-road flagship offer, at least one upgrade, and at least one more affordable option. You're the boss! You get to decide! There are not rules. You make the rules. Think about quality, not quantity of offers. Like… Louis Vuitton, not Dollar Tree. Your pricing should be as unique as you are!   P.S. My episode with Sheila Hansen on Money Mindset is so valuable if this is a topic you struggle with! Follow for More Follow me, Molly Knuth on Instagram and Facebook.

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 643 - Short Term or Permanent Fix?

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 77:02 Very Popular


Today is a recounting of a conversation between Tactical Redneck and me about long-term solutions on the homestead versus short-term fixes. When is it best to invest the time and $$ for a permanent solution? When not? What if you cannot come to consensus on this? Show Sponsor: Paul Wheaton, Wheaton Labs and Permies.com Paul Wheaton's Garden Master Course Kickstarter is still open for backers to get Helen Atthowe's super comprehensive teachings on how to produce high yields of quality crops using all your own inputs, and being kinda lazy and messy with it, all for a fraction of the cost of the live course! And because they've far exceeded their goal, they're dishing out new stretch goal goodies every few days, so get in on it now to watch the goods stack up! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/paulwheaton/garden-master?ref=7yxzv3 Livestream Schedule Tuesday at 1pm Central:  Interview with Lana Stenner on planning for an absence from a busy farm Wednesday Live with Rob Kaiser and John Willis No Friday Livestream due to the Food Forest Event (AWESOME INTERVIEW SHOW INSTEAD!) Tales from the Prepper Pantry Lamb has arrived! (Those who purchased it, check your inboxes later today for instructions) 170 lbs meat Freezer audit season in advance of deer and beef season Freeze Drying Milk and other surplus FD Beef Used Yesterday Pantry Moths Weekly Shopping Report, 10/23/2022 We made our usual shopping trip on Saturday, visiting four stores. Traffic was light. I did not see or hear any signs of stress, like muttered remarks or arguments, in fact I saw the usual courtesy, such as one man motioning a woman ahead of him when another line opened, even though he was closer to it, and she had a cart with more stuff. The first stop was Dollar Tree. The food coolers are essentially empty, and the drink coolers are also becoming sparse. The food aisles still look full. There was an employee setting out boxes to restock in some aisles, but I did not see what types of products were in them. Sonia found some craft items, and I grabbed a drink. Next was Hobby Lobby. I didn't see anything unusual in there; shelves looked full as usual. Home Depot was third. A 2x4x8 was $3.75; I think that's the same as last week, which was down from the week before's $3.98. I noticed the addition of their own batteries on an island, a brand called "HDX." They are alkaline, but made in China, so I'd expect them to leak. Other brands looked at the same levels as last week; not full, but much better than the week before. Aldi was last. I noticed higher prices on many breads, milk, and eggs. We found what we wanted, except for the cantaloupe, which looked wrinkly and decrepit. I'm keeping an eye on tomato products due to what I've been hearing about shortages, but they still seem to have a normal amount of soups and sauces. They also had canned ham again, for the first time in months, so we got two. Their new cashier is still awaiting bite training, and may have been the only person I recall seeing muzzled. Untainted gasoline remains at $4.199/gallon, and I believe I saw $3.399 for the corrupted stuff. Frugality Tip From Margo: Here's a simple little tip to extend the life of your metal outdoor chairs. Grab a bottle of nail polish and paint the little rust spots. You will get extra years out of your chairs. I have a pair of chairs I got off the curb 3 years ago and for $1.00 bottle of nail polish, we can still use them without leaning on sharp rusty spots. As long as the seat is still good, every 6 months or so I'll paint over the rust spots with nail polish.  Operation Independence Picked up the lamb (tracked those miles!) Main topic of the Show: Short Term or Permanent Fix? The Story of Friday Night When do you do things long term vs short term? Money evaluation Time evaluation Damage that happens while something is not fixed Never ending things to do on a homestead How does this relate to clutter?  – A friend's broken dryer – What about the permanence of “the right” fix? It depends is the answer we use all the time for so many questions and it fits here too.  Joel Salatin on temporary fences. Buy once cry once and the meat slicer. But the aggravation and time used to reset my event space has to stop now - and a temporary fix buys us the winter to set up the long-term repair shop.  It's up to you. Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.  Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 638 - Forgive

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 60:44 Very Popular


Today, we will talk not about being forgiven, but about why it is so important to forgive those around you if you want to build the life you choose. Show sponsor: Paul Wheaton Sponsor Links Paul Wheaton's new Kickstarter aims to create a video-based Garden Master Course featuring Helen Atthowe, and all the things she's not allowed to teach in a university-sanctioned Certified Master Gardener Course. You can support the project, and get gobs of permaculture goodies by pledging as little as $1 here:  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/paulwheaton/garden-master?ref=6cxu6f OTHER SPONSOR LINKS Free heat: https://permies.com/w/free-heat?f=495 Wood heat 8-DVD set: https://permies.com/wiki/63837f495/Wood-Heat-DIY-Rocket-Mass Livestream Schedule Monday: 10:30 Central- Monday Podcast Recording Wednesday: 12:30 Central - Live with John Willis Friday: 9:30 Central - Homestead Happening and Q&A Tales from the Prepper Pantry Use up mode in full swing: Green beans and salsa Preparing the menu for the Food Forest Event Breakfasts are eggs (from the eversoles), hash browns, bacon or breakfast sausage, whole fruit Thurs evening: Brats and burgers Friday lunch - Turkey Tacos, Friday dinner BBQ - pulled pork, rotisserie or smoked chicken, green beans, mac n cheese, salad Saturday lunch - Chili, cornbread, salad, Saturday dinner - butternut squash soup, oysters on the half shell, leg of lamb, mashed potatoes and gravy, salad, birthday cake with wheat flour and everything Fridge broke (outside) Neckbones for dinner Weekly Shopping Report 10/16/22 First was Dollar Tree. There were a few more items restocked in the Health aisle, but the food and drink coolers are now all very depleted. The food aisle still looks good though, and canned mackerel (although a different kind) has returned. I believe there were at least a couple of extra employees stocking shelves, but it appeared to be very random what they were putting out. I've seen more glassware available there lately. Home Depot was next. A 2x4x8 has dropped again, to $3.75. It was hard to tell because some things have moved around, but I think they got in some more Duracell and/or Ray-o-vac batteries, as most of the battery shelves at checkout had some products on them. Aldi was last. There was a lot more chicken there than in recent weeks, a good amount of lunchmeat, and most areas looked good. The only notable exception were the cantaloupes. They had a lot of them, but they all looked wrinkly, suggesting age and/or poor storage conditions. I didn't see any significant holes, and we found everything we wanted. All three places were busier than I remember, even for a Saturday. It did not look like anyone was panic-buying; they just all decided to go shopping. I didn't stop, but untainted gasoline remains at $4.199/gallon. Frugality Tip from Margo I am a cheap person, or frugal I guess is a better label lol. This week's frugality tip:  We like to go to estate sales, the tip part is going on the last day of the sale when everything is at least half off. We buy things to use around the house for projects. Things we have recently purchased: A whole coffee can of screws for $1 Chanel locks for $1 Screwdriver for 50¢ A dustpan for 25¢ A $300 extension ladder for $50 Assorted pvc fittings and pipe I grab any time I see them and have over $500 worth of pvc fittings and pipe that I paid maybe a total of $10 for...aquaponics is going to happen soon over here... Go to the website estatesales.net and put in your zip code and find local sales. Happy Hunting!! Operation Independence All hands on preparing for the Food Forest Class 1.5 lambs remain available Main topic of the Show: Forgive I have been pondering some deep things lately, among them are punitive actions that we humans take against others who do things “illegal.” I basically started because one of my friends was mad at another friend for her “Unchristian” lifestyle. I started thinking about the large numbers of Christians in my life who never ask anyone's religious views, who love those around them unconditionally, and who also manage to do this without getting hurt.  Why? One thing they share is a large capacity for forgiveness.  Then this tweet came out: Tweet fro Cyprian (Vin Armani) While on the cross, Christ interceded on behalf of those who crucified Him, seeking that they might be forgiven and, thereby, saved. "Father forgive them, for they know not what they do." When you wish destruction on those whose degeneracy disgusts you, whom are you serving? BUT WHY does forgiving lead to a better life? You move into the future and let go of the past so your mindset is right >Story of my nonprofit years and losing my largest donor You stop evaluating new relationships with the lens of the old >Story of the first fiance and interceding two decades of troubled relationships Your energy is on building good things, rather than seeping into non salvageable things >Website clients who never pay their balance and collections >The $240 commercial meat slicer >John Willis when you do something wrong What does forgive and forget mean to me? >Laprises and morning cuddles Landing: Forgiving yourself. Forgiving those around you. Building your future. Membership Plug MeWe reminder Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.  Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 633 - The Debrief

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 92:20 Very Popular


After a week to assess SRF, today is the Great Debrief of the event. The good, the bad, the ugly, the money. Live streams this week Tuesday Interview Show (Audio podcast on Sunday) Wednesday Live with Paul Wheaton Friday Homestead Happenings and Q & A Tales from the Prepper Pantry Transition from storing to using has happened First frost of 2022 Freeze dryer is back in action Preparing October Food Forest meals: Pulled pork, smoking home cured bacon, breakfast sausage, ground turkey for tacos, butternut squash soup, venison (More to come, as much from the Holler Homestead as possible) Bumper crop of chestnuts this year (How we store them) Weekly Shopping Report for Powell, TN 10/03/2022 We made two trips this weekend. The first, on Saturday, was to three usual places, Dollar Tree, Home Depot, and Aldi. Dollar Tree looked about the same, except less frozen and refrigerated foods. The Health aisle has not been restocked. There are still a lot of cotton pads (good to soak in wax for firestarters), bandaids, and some OTC meds, but the selection is dwindling. One section of food coolers remains Out of Order, but the other sections are now almost empty as well. The drink coolers still have a lot of product, and canned goods are still pretty full, even though it's mostly tier-2 brands. At Home Depot, a 2x4x8 remains at $3.98. For the first time, we both noticed less selection on the tool wall, although we did find another pair of pliers. A lot of the tools are made in China, so I'd expect stock to continue dwindling as central warehouses are drawn down. I don't remember any remarkable changes at Aldi, and we found what we wanted, escaping at just under $100 for the two of us plus the kitties. I don't recall seeing any face-diapers on Saturday. Today, we also made three stops. The first was Dollar General Market. Sonia did not find a large one-piece spoon she wanted (the prior one had just broken at the welds), but she found a small cast-iron piece for the toaster oven, and we added some apples and a small bag of potatoes. Stock looked okay, although they've got Christmas stuff out already, which is indecent. In line we were behind a couple of muzzled sheeple, but I don't remember seeing more. Second was the recycle center; nothing special noted. Traffic seemed light. The final stop was a different Dollar General, where Sonia found the spoon, and also a muffin pan for the toaster oven. The latter turned out to be slightly too big, so we used our tools and turned it into a 4- and a 2-muffin set. Looking through the food aisles, there were lots of holes, but we found a couple of boxes of angel hair pasta for $1 each; hopefully it is edible. Untainted regular gasoline remains at $4.199, although I've seen the corrupted stuff as low as $2.999 now. Frugality Tip Eggdrop Soup for breakfast Operation Independence SRF Made a profit for the first time! A word on the food forest budget Penny wise and pound fooling on water lines Show Sponsor: Paul Wheaton - Launching a kickstarter tomorrow! Stay tuned. Main topic of the Show: The Debrief SRF is behind us and now it is time for the great event debrief. Why SRF Exists Bridge the gap between prepper and homesteader so that we are all stronger together Master new skills Remove barriers and roadblocks that attendees have to choosing success Become a functioning and expanding counter economy to increase personal resilience My personal involvement I get to invest my time in something that helps people  Replaces website development BU The good 440 people 30 speakers 28 vendors Easy access to good food Showers, hand washing stations and the like (Better infrastructure) Raised $1700 for Darkhorse Lodge Veterans Retreat Music and fun Connections were made Better flow It made a profit The bad Pre event communications needed to me steadier and faster Ticket sales was hard this round Event coordination team understaffed (Trade offs in my personal business) Speaker churn Content challenges (We missed the mark on what some attendees were there for: practical vs lifestyle) More vendors Better marketing needed The Ugly Some internal tensions emerged We got so big I am no longer aware of exactly who I should be thanking and I want to fix that The money I got to pay some people! There is profit, but this does not account for the last 3 events' losses or John's or my team's time (about 4 months of man hours per event) A year ago, this was a small event with a handful of people and we are 4X the size and achieving great things: new businesses, relationships, virtual attendance, creative participation, and moving people off the fear! Thankful for all the help, the sponsors, the participants and the progress.  Membership Plug MeWe reminder Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.  Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 62:23


Whazzzupppp!! Like from the Coors Light commercial. Nolan wasn't feeling well today and since we haven't recorded an episode in a while, I figured I would through something together so you guys know we aren't dead....yet. Hopefully this one isn't too boring and dry for y'all but i had a good time recording it. I talked about The House of Food Porn, a Dollar Tree, a lot about Walmart, Where's Waldo and some other stuff I don't remember.   If you want to submit to the show you can email us at onestarcast@gmail.com