Downtime, continued! Time for Poppet to do creepy doll things. Not-creepy doll things. Doll things that aren't inherently creepy but become creepy because Poppet is a doll. Yes. Pledge/donate on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thatdndpodcastSend feedback to: ThatDnDPodcast@Gmail.comVisit our website: http://www.thatdndpodcast.comAmazon Link: http://www.amazon.com/?rw_useCurrentProtocol=1&tag=thdnpo07-20
In this episode of the Champion Living Podcast, Doug and his coaches discuss how to optimize the slow period of rodeo and prepare for the circuit finals and the NFR. If you enjoy this episode, please leave us a review. This helps us to be discovered by more folks that could benefit from these topics. This episode is brought to you by: Red Dirt Hat Company- For simple designs that make a statement, from back porch poets to the musicians, to oil field workers and rodeo cowboys. Head to reddirthatco.com use code CHAMPIONLIVING (all caps) for 15% OFF all their caps. PWR Pro CBD- pwrpro.com use code CHAMPIONLIVING for 15% OFF and FREE shipping SHOW NOTES: 0:00 | Introduction 1:30 | JB Mauney's Take on Bull Riders of Today 8:19 | How Bad Do You Want It? 16:22 | Something Needs to Change 22:50 | Fostering in Confidence with Youth Rodeo 26:07 | Doug's Elk Hunting Adventure 28:48 | Consistency: Longer (and more Successful) Season 30:24 | OK Freedom's First Event Win 34:22 | Winding Down ProRodeo Season 35:35 | How to Train in the “Offseason” of Rodeo 42:50 | Sport Specific Training 45:50 | Set New Goals 50:05 | Prep for NFR Athletes Learn More: Website: www.championlivingfitness.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/champion.living Champion Living Private Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/934793523869642
Read along to practice your English and to learn the English phrases TIME OUT and DOWN TIMEIn this English lesson, I wanted to help you learn the English phrase time out. Now you may have heard this phrase before if you watch sports. Sometimes the coach will say, "Time out," and then the ref will blow the whistle. And then they will all stop playing for a little bit while the coach talks to the player. But did you know that teachers and parents and other people sometimes use this phrase as well? When I see two students arguing, sometimes I just say, "Hey, time out. Just stop arguing for a little bit. Let's try to resolve this situation in a different way." When my own children would be fighting or arguing, sometimes I would say, "Hey, time out. Let's just stop for a minute." Stop arguing, stop wrestling, whatever they were doing. Just, "Time out. Let's just stop and try to resolve this situation in a different way." So it's not just a phrase for coaches on sports teams.WANT FREE ENGLISH LESSONS? GO TO YOUTUBE AND SEARCH, "BOB THE CANADIAN"If you enjoy these lessons please consider supporting me at: http://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadianThe other phrase I wanted to teach you today is actually just a term, and it's the term down time. Down time refers to any time when you just relax and don't work. Jen is busy flower farming right now, but in November, she's looking forward to some down time. She will have some time in November where she doesn't have to work. Right now, Jen is putting in 12, 14, sometimes 16 hour days. She's very, very busy. So she's definitely looking forward to some down time. So hopefully that comes soon.So to review, when you say time out, it means just stop what you're doing. Usually there's a conflict, and you want people to just take a break from it. And when you refer to something as down time, it's just a time where you relax and don't work for a little bit. I could use some down time as well in the future.Hello. Hi. You're not in the video, just so you know. It's just me in the video. Just some people walking by right there.But hey, let's look at a comment from another video. This comment is from Eduardo. "Hi, Bob. Good morning. Hope everything's going well over there." And then my response, "It's a good day so far. I just went for a good walk. Now I'm taking the time to respond to comments. I hope you're having a good day."And then when I was done replying to comments, I came out here. So yes, there were just a few people walking by there. Anyways, what was I gonna say? Oh yeah, I've had a good morning. I went for an hour and a half walk. That was awesome. I just loved it. And thanks, Eduardo, for that comment. I hope you're having a good day as well.Hey, you might think I'm out here in the wilderness in Canada, but surprisingly, if I turn, you'll see there is a walking path. You just heard some people go by on the walking path. And then if I turn again, you'll see that I'm actually on the edge of town. So this is probably one of the coolest places to live in this town. People probably prefer these houses because the back of your house faces this creek down here. So if you live out this way, you have this beautiful view. If this was your house, your backyard faces this. It's actually the creek that I've showed you in other videos as well.Support the show
You know that feeling when you want to get out and make things happen because you have not been productive. As you get ready to go you don't know where you are going and what you are to be doing? By the time you are done planning, you have run out of time. This is what we call BackPlanning. How do we prevent this from happening.When you start Backward planning is just that... backwards! Backward planning is NOT a thing that is effective.To be forward planning - You must plan for it! Here are some ideas to forward plan:Understand your customers/prospects and anticipate their needs.Most customers/prospects ask the same questions and have similar concerns.Take minimal time to prepare for different scenarios. When the right time hits, you are already prepared for the moment.If you are not fully prepared, you are at least close to the end and save yourself time.Please let us know how you are planning for the future:Mike@TheSellingPodcast.comScott@TheSellingPodcast.com
This week guest host Elena is joined by Cassidy from the William Hall Library and author Riss M. Neilson to talk about her debut novel Deep In Providence. They also dig into manga adaptations to other forms of media, the inner workings of book publishing, and their love of romance novels. In the Last Chapter they discuss: what novel would you rewrite from another character's point of view. Like what you hear? Rate and review Down Time on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice! If you'd like to submit a topic for The Last Chapter you can send your topic suggestions to email@example.com. Our theme music is Day Trips by Ketsa and our ad music is Happy Ukulele by Scott Holmes. Thanks for listening! Books Deep In Providence by Riss M. Neilson The Many Daughters of Afong Moy by Jamie Ford Babel by R. F. Kuang Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone Vampires, Hearts, & Other Dead Things by Margie Fuston Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry by Joya Goffney Legendborn by Tracy Deonn Lessons In Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus Browse books by Junji Ito Orochi by Kazuo Umezu Death Note by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo On Rotation by Shirlene Obuobi Legendborn by Tracy Deonn Amari and the Night Brothers by B. B. Alston Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus AV Demon Slayer (2019- ) Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero (2022) Jujitsu Kaisen (2020- ) The Promised Neverland (2019-2021) Death Note (2006-2007) Death Note (2017) Shadow and Bone (2021- ) Other rissmneilson.com
Are you great at working hard when you have deadlines, but find yourself wasting energy when you have downtime? It's so annoying when you know what you “should be doing” but can't seem to get yourself to do it. Today's episode addresses exactly this issue. You'll learn: 1) the difference between resting and laziness 2) the ONE tool to focus on to take action 3) how to stop procrastinatingEnjoy!Click here for Episode 12: 5 reasons your to-do list might suckClick here for Episode 34: How to get lingering tasks off your listGet full show notes and more information here:https://lifeisorganized.com/podcast/135/
Fanfiction author Joe a.k.a athingofvikings (I'm Not Saying Anything, A Thing of Vikings), joins Sydney and Maya to talk about how he was introduced to How to Train Your Dragon by his then fiancée, why representation is so important in the media you consume, what the process of having several beta readers looks like, and the incredible and supportive fanbase that has surrounded themselves around one single 1.4 million word fanfiction. Plus, Joe reassures Sydney and Maya that they will make it to that red wedding moment they've been waiting for. As always, send us your fic recommendations, or reach out if you are a fic author who would like to be interviewed in the future, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out A Thing of Vikings, as well as all of Joe's other fics on Archive of Our Own. Listen to Sydney's retelling of the first six chapters of A Thing of Vikings. Fic Recommendations: For The Love Of A Princess by ShipMistress, Downtime in Wartime by NumptyPylon, Walls We Build by KaterGator, and Families Are Forged, Not Made by Viking_Mansongur Thank you to our Patreon, AutumnalRiver, for your continued support! Like the episode? Like us and what we do? Donate to help us do more fun things at ko-fi.com/canonicallyincorrect or join our Patreon for bonus episodes, access to our community discord, and a chance to choose what we feature on the show! Patreon.com/canonicallyincorrect
Stock market volatility is taking an emotional toll on investors. Interest rates continue to rise, which continues to drive bond prices lower. This is creating opportunity for investors that are looking for fixed income investments in the bond market. This week CEO Noland Langford and Director of Research, Brian Dress, discuss what investors need to be doing to respond to a difficult investment environment. In this episode, we cover another bond that we think might make sense for investors looking to lock in a nice yield with a high quality company. Noland gives our views on the Oracle 4.3% 2034 bonds, which investors can buy at a discount. Noland also explains some of the tax benefits of investing in discount bonds. We continue to build our list of discount bonds, so if you are looking for some fixed income securities, don't hesitate to reach out! Get signed up to our newsletter list: https://leftbrainir.com/jarvisnewsletter Sign up for our research service to receive this month's "The Chosen" report at https://leftbrainir.com/subscribe For a portfolio review and to learn more about our growing list of fixed income investment opportunities, head to https://leftbrainir.com/free-portfolio-review Get on Brian's calendar directly at https://calendly.com/briandress You can reach Brian at (630) 547-3316 or at email@example.com
This week Tayla is joined by John Donegan from the Our Build Environments subcommittee of the OCHEZ and John Flaherty from Grow Smart RI to talk about making RI cities work for ALL Rhode Islanders. They also discuss their Irish ancestry, educational YouTube channels, and Anywhere, USA. During The Last Chapter they discuss: What fictional environment/world would you like to visit on vacation? Like what you hear? Rate and review Down Time on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice! If you'd like to submit a topic for The Last Chapter you can send your topic suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our theme music is Day Trips by Ketsa and our ad music is Happy Ukulele by Scott Holmes. Thanks for listening! Books What Happened to You by Dr. Bruce D. Perry and Oprah Winfrey The Death and Life of Great American Cities by Jane Jacobs The Geography of Nowhere by James Howard Kunstler Messy Roots by Laura Gao AV Seinfeld (1989-1998) House of the Dragon (2022- ) Not Just Bikes (YouTube) City Beautiful (YouTube) Other Grow Smart RI OneCranston Health Equity Zone Our Built Environment initiative
In today's episode, we review our two totally different solo interviews this month, but which ended up with remarkably similar insights. Paula & Bernie discuss each other's solo shows and the incredible insights their guests shared. Keith Barry and Daragh Fleming each highlighted the importance of finding a daily practice that works for us as individuals - whether it's visualisation or meditation or indeed any other mindful or spiritual techniques. We also compare notes on the power of cold water (baths or swimming) and peaceful downtime as other important elements of a balanced life.
Coach Steve from Inventive Dental Solutions & Amir and Ardi from Virtual DDS Support all join us today on this special discussion of Growth In Dentistry to share with us their unique approach and expertise in leading practices to success through practical marketing strategies that perform. We discuss:Targeting patients for reactivation in effective, unique waysThe importance of using authority in your marketing outreach and how it can lead to a boost in ROIWhy retention should always come first, and where to focus your marketing when trying to bring in more patientsTo reach out to Coach Steve: email@example.com or (214) 505-6586For more information on Inventive Dental Solutions, visit: inventivedentalsolutions.comFor more information on Virtual DDS Support, visit: ddsmarketing.ioSee a demo of DI and get a $50 gift card: get.dentalintel.net/podcast
Janine is my past bride. We grew up together in Torrance.She is gorgeous and hilarious. Today she talks about what to do in your downtime to stay inspired. She is an actress so there is always downtime. Do you recognize her? She is the star of Yappie Wong Fu Productions.Check out her Youtube Channel.https://www.youtube.com/c/JanineOda3
When we are sick, injured, and some people's cases depressed, just don't feel like doing it.... Do you make up that time? Or do you erase it and take it off the list? For me it does not get erased, it never leaves the list, it only compounds!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/savage-lifestyle1/support
This week Tayla is joined by Kate Sayles from the RI Land Trust Council and Scott Comings from the Nature Conservancy of RI. They discuss how both of their organizations help preserve open natural spaces in RI. They also discuss British radio shows, cringey comedy, and Bluey. During The Last Chapter they discuss: If you were asked to read out of your comfort zone, what genre would you choose and why? Like what you hear? Rate and review Down Time on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice! If you'd like to submit a topic for The Last Chapter you can send your topic suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our theme music is Day Trips by Ketsa and our ad music is Happy Ukulele by Scott Holmes. Thanks for listening! Books Happy-Go-Lucky by David Sedaris The House In the Night by Susan Marie Swanson and Beth Krommes I'll Be Gone In the Dark by Michelle McNamara Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams A Cuban Girl's Guide to Tea and Tomorrow by Laura Taylor Namey AV Cabin Pressure (radio series) House of the Dragon (2022- ) The Office (2005-2013) The Sopranos (1999-2007) The Wire (2002-2008) Trainwreck: Woodstock ‘99 (2022) Shoresy (2022) Bluey (2018- ) Other Rhode Island Land Trust Council The Nature Conservancy in Rhode Island Explore Rhode Island's Blueways and Greenways RI Walks Challenge Rhode Island Land Trust Days
Welcome to our DSO series of Growth In Dentistry! Each month, we'll sit down with a leader in the DSO space and learn from their perspective and expertise. Teresa Williams from Dental Express joins us today to speak on downtime in a DSO and how it can differ from a single dental practice.We discuss: How to put patients first to increase loyalty Is having a total PPO or FFS office best, or a mix of the two?Why empathy and responsiveness is key to building trust in patient loyaltyHow to accommodate the messaging in your marketing to proactively reassure patient concerns Connect with Theresa: https://www.linkedin.com/in/teresa-williams-m-l-s-4bb62136/Get a $50 gift card when you see a demo of DI: get.dentalintel.net/podcast
It's normal for us to get so lost in the constant hustle and grind of daily life that we forget to take care of ourselves. When our bodies are at a sub-optimal state, it seeps into every aspect of our lives. But it doesn't have to be that way. Change Guide for Growth Claire Jones is here to share with us the seven areas that we should focus on to be productive and effective in any task we take. Spoiler alert: It's all in our brains! Tune in to this episode: Seven Areas of Your Life to Prioritize for Optimal Performance with Claire Jones. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Connecting time is for our brain's need for social connection. It can't differentiate a broken heart from a broken leg. If you catch yourself doom-scrolling on social media, take a break. Call up a friend and meet! Your body will thank you for it. ✔️ Playtime releases happy hormones. It gives us a chance to experiment in non-threatening scenarios. Doodling and coloring can help us hone that imaginative and creative muscle and improve different skill sets. ✔️ Downtime brings innovation. Daydreaming allows us to tap into different areas of our brains simultaneously, causing new connections to form – extra helpful when we're dealing with complex problems. That's why all your best ideas are born in the shower. ✔️ Focus time leads to a flow state. This is where challenge and competence meet. Your brain thrives when you're completely engrossed in a single task. No more multi-tasking! ✔️ Time-in is meditation. This is when you use non-judgmental self-observation to achieve self-regulation. You can make better decisions because you've formed a solid foundation of awareness. ✔️ Physical time primes your brain for more learning. Incorporate any type of exercise within your week to achieve a clearer mind so you can seamlessly go through all your activities for the day. ———————————————————————————————— Claire Jones is the Change Guide for Growth who compassionately supports conscious visionaries as they navigate transitional spaces in their personal and professional lives with empowering rituals and elevated wellness practices. As a lifelong student of human behavior, she combines her certification in wellness coaching, certification in NeuroLeadership, BA in Art History, and a decade of trauma-informed therapy practices to help her clients achieve more in less time with less stress. So whether you're going through a divorce, changing careers, moving homes, hitting a milestone birthday, expanding a business, or any of the many transitions we experience every single day, she looks forward to being your trusted Sherpa. Linktree: https://linktr.ee/liminalclarity Website: www.liminalclarity.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/liminalclarity/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/claireejones/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCxnup793zBiHtV6eXsuod5w TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@liminalclarity Free Gift: Free Healthy Mind Platter Self-Assessment http://eepurl.com/g6eRY5 ———————————————————————————————— ★★★ About Marie-Elizabeth Mali ★★★ Marie-Elizabeth is the founder of Relationship Alchemy, where she helps women leaders create loving and nourishing intimate relationships that support their work in the world. ★ TAKE THE RELATIONSHIP ALCHEMY ASSESSMENT ★ The relationship you desire is possible! Click here to discover what missing pieces are stopping you from having the passion and connection you desire. 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Apply and book a call here: https://relationshipalchemy.com/catalyze-love ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Relationship Alchemy Free Group (women only): https://facebook.com/groups/relationshipalchemyfree Facebook: https://facebook.com/relationshipalchemymem Instagram: https://instagram.com/relationshipalchemymem LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/relationshipalchemymem/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/memali108 As a Relationship Alchemist, two-time TEDx Speaker, and host of the Relationship Alchemy podcast, Marie-Elizabeth Mali shows women leaders how to cultivate deeper love and connection in their intimate relationships. Drawing on her Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and over 20 years of working with clients, she teaches women how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships and work instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Marie-Elizabeth's work has been featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. She is also a member of the Forbes Business Council, a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. Learn more at https://relationshipalchemy.com.
Psychotherapist Amy Morin talks:-Why Aug/Sept is depressing for a lot of people-Kids navigating start of school-It's OK for kids to have downtime or do nothing on a Saturday-Is it time to pull them from Life 360? Amy is so so good.This is the website she is editor and chief: VeryWellMind.com
Matt Mulcock, Senior Advisor and Director of Financial Services from Dentist Advisors kicks off our next big conversation on the podcast around making the most out of any downtime in your practice. Today, Matt brings his financial wisdom and expertise on the show to share his perspective on a potential recession, as well as his best secrets to optimizing your processes. Here's what we discuss:Re-evaluating goals and the importance of facing the important questionsZooming out on the big picture of each of your current processesKey advice and ideas to keep in mind when preparing for a potential recessionStaying positive and focused if things begin to turnTo work with Matt and Dentist Advisors, visit: dentistadvisors.comCheck out their podcast! "Dentist Money Show"Right now you can get a $50 gift card when you see a demo of DI: get.dentalintel.net/podcast
Every year as the summer begins to wane, we look back and think, how time flies! Our most common sayings about time are speaking to our relationship with Father Time - also known as 'chronos' time, a Greek word for time. But unlike us, the Greeks also had a second word for the concept of time: 'Kairos.' "In a Kairos moment, the world stops...and it opens." -Robert Moss, Sidewalk Oracles If Chronos time is the more masculine/yang aspect of time that maintains order in our lives, it is the more feminine/yin aspect of Kairos time that nourishes the soul. Utilize the current energy of Late Summer - the little known 5th season - to naturally connect to this time of slowing down, returning to the Earth, and welcoming in the Kairos moments in your own life! Learn more about Spiritual Life & Wellness Coaching: www.moondancecoaching.com
The Misfits continue their well-deserved rest in the Cove, enjoying the benefits of being favored guests of the Pirate Queen. Now it's time for our intrepid heroes to boost their assets, gather some fans, and, in the case of Dutch, potentially be all square with the Banshee, Alanda Ryle, herself.
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This week Tayla is joined by Dave from the Central Branch and Nomi from the Auburn Branch to talk about books for adults about schools and learning. If you missed buying new pencils and a backpack for the new school year, these books will take you back to your school days. They also discuss comic book adaptations, sentient robots, and switched at birth stories. During The Last Chapter they discuss: What books are on your nightstand right now? Like what you hear? Rate and review Down Time on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice! If you'd like to submit a topic for The Last Chapter you can send your topic suggestions to email@example.com. Our theme music is Day Trips by Ketsa and our ad music is Happy Ukulele by Scott Holmes. Thanks for listening! Books Shino Can't Say Her Name by Shuzo Oshimi Komi Can't Communicate by Tomohito Oda Fevered Star by Rebecca Roanhorse Prayer for the Crown-Shy by Becky Chambers The Wild Robot by Peter Brown The Beatryce Prophecy by Kate DiCamillo Jennifer Chan is Not Alone by Tae Keller Light Years From Home by Mike Chen Wildwood by Colin Meloy AV The Sandman (2022- ) Belle (2021) Never Have I Ever (2020-2023) Daughter From Another Mother (2021- ) Switched at Birth (2011-2017) Solar Opposites (2020- ) Back to School The Wee Free Men (Tiffany Aching #1) by Terry Pratchett We Ride Upon Sticks by Quan Barry The Technologists by Matthew Pearl Prep by Curtis Sittenfeld Magic For Liars by Sarah Gailey Master Class by Christina Dalcher
How many times have you either said or heard “I can't believe it's already August!” or “Where did the year go?” Time has a way of passing so rapidly we don't even notice until we look back and wonder where it all could have gone. What did we actually DO this whole time? Well, Rob knows EXACTLY what he did this year and EXACTLY where the time went. When it was used to be productive and push his goals forward when it was spent with his family, and even when it was wasted. And he's never surprised when it's August. And for him, the year has gone as slow as he wants. This is because he designs and tracks every hour of his day every day. This may sound daunting at first, but once you are in complete control of your time, only then can you begin to bend it to your will. To accomplish your goals, to get the most out of every hour, every day, month, and year. And to slow it down to your desired tempo. Learn more about this episode. Subscribe to Dyrdek Machine Join our Machinist Community Want to be on the show? Sign up here!
Summer's End - Dayaway Don't Hang up on Me - Tchotchke Dizzy - Tchotchke Pixie Gf - Powerplant So Far Away - Down Time Marie Kondo - Breakup Haircut Why Can't I Be Cool Enough to Move to Berlin? - Breakup Haircut Election Day - Cheekface feat. Sidney Gish You Always Want to Bomb the Middle East - Cheekface The Tunnel - Cones Summer Is Gone - Kid Francescoli This episode features a clip from Sam Harris' Making Sense podcast where he explains why Donald Trump is a worse person than Osama bin Laden. His description here mirrors much of my own take and was a big part of why I felt so compelled to escape from post-Trump America.
The TEXTFILES.COM Downtime Episode: A Strange Voicemail, E-mails, Downtime!, Considering Loss, Host Loyalty, A Simple Job, Bringing it Back, a Momentary Skip, The Meaning of It All. Plus: Ignore the Letters An article on the occasion of the unexpected downtime of TEXTFILES.COM. Here is an interesting situation for the Patreon backers of the podcast - the machine is actually still down. After editing the episode, I discovered catastrophic disk errors and while the machine can come "back", the disk issues cause it all to come down a few hours later, so a replacement has been ordered and the sites are all down. They'll be back, but I guess enjoy the fact you heard this episode in the twilight zone before I set up the new server. Thanks again for everything.
Dr. Carole Keim MD congratulates all parents on making it through the first year. She reminds everyone how much babies have developed in that year and then goes through what to expect at 12 months and beyond. From development to parenting decisions to skin and teeth care, Dr. Keim covers what you need to know. Dr. Keim addresses how best to engage with your baby once they're a year old. She details how they've developed and exactly how much they can understand and accomplish. She talks about nutrition and all the things your baby should be eating at this age. Teeth brushing should be a regular part of the bedtime routine and Dr. Keim explains what your baby's sleeping arrangement should look like. She covers safety and childproofing your home, skincare, and what exactly to expect from their 12 month checkup.In this episode….ParentsDevelopmentSleepNutritionTeethEliminationSkin careSafety12mo checkupParents: 00:23Engage with child often by speaking with them, tell them the names of objectsBaby should be able to separate or move away from parent for moments, but will check back to look at themHave a “yes” spaceHave regular date nights with a babysitter watching babyMake time for yourselfHang out with friends Use consistent positive discipline (notice/comment on good behavior, avoid using the word “no” and instead tell them what they CAN do, use distraction, be a role model) Give your child regular down time during the day Look for parent-toddler play groups Congratulate yourself on making it through the first year! Think of how much you have grown and changed, and your baby too!Birthday party planning: it's mostly for the parents. Kids can have cake for the first time. Expect your baby to be done after an hour or two, and allow downtime afterwards.This is the time that parenting expectations start to come to the surface. Talk them over with your partner. Consider taking a Love and Logic class or other parenting class together. Development: 09:21Stranger anxiety / apprehension goes awayMight have a preferred parentStarting to talk - says mama, dada, and one other word (typically hi), imitates sounds, jabbers with inflection Points out objects and brings objects to show parents Plays interactive games (responds to peek-a-boo, pat-a-cake)Hands parents a book or toy Follows simple directions (put this away / hand me a toy)Waves byeStarting to walk/cruise along furniture, stand alone for a few seconds Identified people upon requestWean pacifier and bottle - switch to a cup for drinks Sleep: 14:2810-12h at night, 1 nap per day. Sometimes takes a few weeks to transition from 2 naps to 1 nap.Bedtime routine established: brush teeth together, quiet time, reading, singingIn crib in own room; consider moving to toddler bed when it's ok for them to get out of bed (walking independently, able to safely get to your room and wake you up)Blankets ok; no pillows til age 2No bottles in bed; if you need to wean bedtime bottle, can start progressively watering it down until it's only waterNutrition: 16:293 meals and 2-3 snacks per day at the same time as the familyOffer a variety of foods and textures Encourage self feedingCan stop breastmilk or formula (use up what you have); ok to breastfeed as long as you wantUse a cup for water; offer water with all meals and snacksCow's milk and honey are ok now Should be eating greens daily; ok to have meat; supplement with iron if not eating greens daily or red meat 3x per weekYou determine when child eats and what is offered, but allow child to decide how much to eat (many toddlers graze)Teeth: 20:03Brush teeth BID with fluoride-free toothpaste; if there is no fluoride in water source can use a grain-of-rice sized amount of fluoride toothpaste If no teeth yet, brush gums BID with plain water and toothbrushSchedule first dentist checkup now or when first tooth is inElimination: 20:53Can start potty training by putting baby on potty after eating and upon wakingTypically voiding at least 6x per day, stooling 1-2x per dayIf baby is constipated: first increase water intake, increase fiber (fruit and veggies), then consider prune juice or pear juice 2oz 1-2x per day. If not enough, talk to your doctor about miralax.Skin care: 22:56Bathe as often as they get dirty (2-3x per week)Can use lotion Use sunblock if spending more than 30 mins outside Insect repellant for babies (citronella based is best)Safety: 23:43Childproof the house - outlet covers, stairway gates, barriers around space heaters, cleaning products locked away, electrical cords out of reach, gates around pools Don't take medicines in front of children - they will learn that you're supposed to open those bottles and put things in your mouth out of themKeep baby in arms or a high chair or playpen in the kitchen and bathroom; never allow baby to be alone in those roomsSet water temp to 120'F Avoid secondhand smokeRear facing car seat until age 2Don't leave heavy objects or hot liquids on tablecloths or coffee table Save poison control number in your phone Remove guns from the home or keep them locked and unloaded in a safe12mo Checkup: 27:54Typically able to sit alone on the table; stay within arms reach so they don't fall offFull head-to-toe examRoutine vaccines at this visit and the next two: a total of 5-7, plus flu/covid Next checkup at 15 mos Reminder that after 1 year of age should have their first dentist visit and eye exam at ophthalmologistAll of the information in this episode is also in The Baby Manual book, which is available for purchase. Remember it is always okay to call your doctor or emergency services if you have concerns about your baby's health. Resources discussed in this episode:The Baby Manual - Available on Amazon--Dr. Carole Keim MD: linktree | tiktok | instagram
Energy is Your Most Valuable Resource – 5 Secrets to More Energy – Matthew KellyGet Matthew's 60 Second Wisdom delivered to your inbox: https://www.matthewkelly.com/subscribeVideo Transcript:“You don't need more time; you need more energy.Let's face it! There are twenty-four hours in a day. Nobody gets more, and nobody gets less. It doesn't matter how much money you have, who your father is, or how well you can kick a football. You get twenty-four hours. It is a pure form of equality.So how is it that some people get so much more out of each day? Energy. The differentiating factor is energy.Energy is our most valuable resource, not time. For too long we have been subscribing to myths. Time is our most valuable resource. Stress is bad. Downtime is a waste of time. Money drives performance. Time isn't our most valuable resource, energy is. Stress isn't bad, stress all the time is bad. Downtime isn't a waste of time, too much downtime is a waste of life. Money doesn't drivePerformance, passion and purpose drive performance.One of the easiest ways to improve your life is to increase your energy. Most people don't follow their dreams because they are tired all the time. If you want to change your life, get obsessed with this question: How would my life be different if I had more energy?You see, our lives expand or contract according to how much energy we have. Here are 5 easy ways to increase your energy level:1. Drink eight large glasses of water each day.2. Sleep at the same time every night.3. Go for a walk every day.4. Make one healthier choice at each meal.5. Avoid toxic people and content.”If you have not read LIFE IS MESSY, order your copy today: https://amzn.to/2TTgZKn Subscribe to Matthew's YouTube Channel today! https://www.youtube.com/c/MatthewKellyAuthor/featured?sub_confirmation=1https://www.matthewkelly.comGet Matthew's 60 Second Wisdom delivered to your inbox: https://www.matthewkelly.com/subscribe The Best Version of Yourself and 60 Second Wisdom are registered trademarks.#MatthewKelly #BestVersionOfYourself #BestVersion
The Angels are out of the scrapyard and back at the saloon; ready to reap their rewards and take on the next job. Check out the visualized version of this episode on YouTube. Recommended listening for Si'Keer's scene: Warhammer 40,000 Mechanicus OST - Children of the Omnissiah Submit your rules questions/comments here: https://forms.gle/3BWRvTvcFqUZKER39 Check us out at thirdgallon.com Ambience created by Michael Ghelfi. Check his work out on YouTube and Patreon The Third Gallon Podcast uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Paizo Inc., used under Paizo's Community Use Policy (paizo.com/communityuse). We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. The Third Gallon Podcast is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Paizo. For more information about Paizo Inc. and Paizo products, visit paizo.com.
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This week Tayla is joined by Katherine from the Central Branch and Jordan Hevenor from HealthSource RI to talk about Health Care Access. Jordan tells us about how Rhode Islanders can get affordable healthcare through HealthSource RI and Katherine shares with us how the library is providing reliable health information through online health resources. During The Last Chapter they discuss: If you could rewrite a book from a different character's perspective, what character would you choose and why? Like what you hear? Rate and review Down Time on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice! If you'd like to submit a topic for The Last Chapter you can send your topic suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our theme music is Day Trips by Ketsa and our ad music is Happy Ukulele by Scott Holmes. Thanks for listening! Books Sold On a Monday by Kristina McMorris Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston Atomic Habits by James Clear Tiny Habits by B. J. Fogg One For All by Lillie Lainoff The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V. E. Schwab AV The Sandman (2022- ) Gilmore Girls (2000-2007) Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (video game) Other HealthSourceRI Cranston Public Library Book & Movie Groups Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)
With the caravan found and the Seekers on their way back to society, the Misfits have earned some well-deserved rest and relaxation. And where better to relax and prep for their next adventure than in the Cove, under the control of the Banshee herself, a close and personal friend of Dutch.
Every one of us works in a real estate market that has a yearly cycle to it (and a weekly cycle too, but that's for a different conversation). Every year there are slower times and there are busier times. And they come and go like clockwork. So, here's an important question to consider: How do YOU handle downtime in your real estate business? Do you let it fill you with anxiety and thoughts like, “This is the end of it. I'm never going to sell another house again.” OR Do you use the naturally slower times of the year to your advantage? How YOU decide to use these naturally quieter times could be just a life and business changing. Learn how to stop the anxiety and take advantage of downtime in your real estate business instead on today's episode of Confessions of a Top Producing Real Estate Agent, The Agent Grad School Podcast. Episode Show Notes: AgentGradSchool.com/Downtime.
This week Tayla is joined by Eric and Drew to talk about the Rhode Island food truck scene. They talked about all the upcoming food truck events in RI, as well as space travel and The Food Network. During The Last Chapter they discuss: What are the things you like to eat while you read or consume media? Like what you hear? Rate and review Down Time on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice! If you'd like to submit a topic for The Last Chapter you can send your topic suggestions to email@example.com. Our theme music is Day Trips by Ketsa and our ad music is Happy Ukulele by Scott Holmes. Thanks for listening! Books Matzah Ball by Jean Meltzer A Promised Land by Barack Obama White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo Mankind: Have a Nice Day by Mick Foley Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaughan, Cliff Chiang, Matt Wilson, and Jared K. Fletcher Geography of Bliss by Eric Weiner AV Tights and Fights (podcast) Paper Girls (2022- ) The Bear (2022- ) Grace and Frankie (2015-2022) Star Trek: Lower Decks (2020- ) The Golden Girls (1985-1992) Other PVD Food Truck Events Championship Melt Beyond Wrestling Hoopla Digital BingePasses
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Join us today on Business Brain as we discuss the pros and cons of including politics in your business and the importance of stepping away and getting some much-needed downtime to help you think and solve problems. 00:00:00 Business Brain – The Entrepreneurs' Podcast #392 for Wednesday, August 10th, 2022 […] The post Politics in Business and the Importance of Downtime – Business Brain 392 appeared first on Business Brain - The Entrepreneurs' Podcast.