When Laura got sober she had to change the way she socialized and her circle of friends. She realized who were drinking buddies and who were true friends. It took her about a year to start socializing alcohol free. She was in a season where she was going to lots of weddings, many of which didn't have beverage options for non-drinkers. She started to ask ahead of time if there would be options and people were always willing to accommodate–don't be afraid to ask! For smaller social gatherings bring your own beverage. Things like “Dry January” give people a socially acceptable reason to take a break from drinking. There are many reasons for people not to want to drink, hopefully, there continues to be an increase in non-alcoholic options at events. First-year of Covid gave people the opportunity to explore sober curiosity since they weren't going out. There are so many options today for people who want to get sober or quit drinking. Alcohol-free drinks can be triggering for those in recovery, but a great option for sober curious people. Laura created Zero Proof Nation–a resource hub/directory of anything non-alcoholic, zero-proof, low ABV (alcohol by volume). You can find Laura on Instagram @Wearesober or on The Sobriety Collective https://www.thesobrietycollective.com/welcome-home Show mentioned: Single Drunk Female on Hulu Come join me and a bunch of other sober women in the Confident Sober Women Facebook group, that's where all the good stuff happens. And If you can take 2 minutes to leave a rating and review for this podcast it would mean a lot!!
Why would someone consider living an alcohol-free life? There are many benefits of living alcohol-free, both mentally and physically. But is living alcohol-free right for you? Why Karolina became alcohol-free Alcohol is an awkward subject in our society. Most people don't speak of or address alcohol until there is a significant problem with it. Karolina, however, has worked with so many women who have been drinking very normally with the society around them. This was the same for Karolina, drinking a lot in college and into her twenties. As she got older, she was very healthy from Monday to Thursday, and then on the weekends, alcohol came into play and she always overdrank. By Monday she felt emotionally drained and didn't have the stamina to face the week. She would make healthy progress and then bulldoze it over the weekend. She lived this pattern for years. Until she heard of dry January. Dry January was the permission she needed to try life without alcohol without fear of judgment from her peers. This gave her the freedom to do and try other things. By the time February arrived, she was enjoying this new lifestyle, but she drank a few times and learned that she didn't like how she felt when she drank. She noticed a significant difference in her physical and emotional health when she was not putting alcohol into her body. And this led her to address self-limiting beliefs and do things she'd always dreamt of doing such as writing a book and starting a business. Listen to the interview with Tamra Andress in episode 151. About Karolina Rzadkowolska Karolina is a certified alcohol-free coach who helps powerful women make alcohol insignificant in their lives. She's worked with thousands of clients through her online courses and coaching to change their drinking habits and unleash a new level of health, happiness, and potential to go after their biggest dreams. Karolina is the author of Euphoric: Ditch Alcohol and Gain a Happier, More Confident You and host of Euphoric the Podcast, and founder of Euphoric Alcohol-Free. She has been featured in the Huffington Post, PopSugar, Authority Magazine, Greatist, and Elite Daily. Karolina is passionate about helping you discover what really makes you happ[y outside of a beverage and design a life you love. The science behind how alcohol affects the human body Karolina originally thought that the way alcohol made her feel was specific to her and not to other people. But as she began talking about her experience with being alcohol-free, she discovered other people experienced the symptoms too. Symptoms like sleepless nights, night sweats, feeling groggy, etc. are simply how alcohol affects the human body. Sleep Alcohol reduces REM sleep. We typically have 5 to 6 cycles of REM sleep per night. Even one glass of wine per night decreases the number of REM cycles down to 1 or 2. Even if sleeping 8 hours, you aren't getting the emotional nourishment you need because of the decrease in REM sleep. With more than one glass of wine, the body has a counteractive system, alcohol slows everything down, and numbs everything. There is a counterbalance in the body and it releases stress hormones; cortisol, adrenaline, and dynorphin which make you feel dull and glum. This release of adrenalin will cause you to have restless fragmented sleep and you'll be less rested and maybe more glum or a little more anxious the next day. The effect of alcohol on hormones and neurotransmitters in the brain The body detoxes from alcohol in approximately 1 to 2 days, depending on how much you drink. But the stress hormones can remain for a week or two. When drinking every week, you don't get to experience the natural state of the body, and how it feels without alcohol. When you take a break from alcohol, you can rebalance these chemicals in your body, the stress hormones go down, but the happiness neurotransmitters like dopamine, serotonin, and GABA go up. Over time, alcohol lowers these neurotransmitters. Initially, alcohol will cause a spike in dopamine in the pleasure center of your brain, but after that 20-minute buzz, it crashes and goes even lower than it was before. It also desensitizes you from naturally occurring joy. When Karolina took a break from alcohol and her body rebalanced, she was happier and giddier than ever in her life. She felt awe, gratitude, and appreciation and was laughing more. This is why she calls her business euphoric. How does someone recognize that it is time to remove alcohol from their life? First, you don't need to wait until things are really bad. Karolina works with people having one glass at a time. Ask yourself if alcohol is making you happier and if it is having a positive effect on your life long-term. Another question to ask is does drinking alcohol align with your values? Does it let you explore deeper dreams or is it keeping you stuck in the status quo? Everyone has an alcohol story. The key is to ask if alcohol is serving you. When you are younger, is one thing, but is it serving you for where you want to go in the future. Most people are drinking more than the recommended level of alcohol and many say they would like to drink less or not at all. Until you try being alcohol-free, you won't know if you feel better without it. Alcohol influences metabolism and weight The cortisol levels increased by alcohol will also influence belly size, something that is already at risk of increasing for middle-aged women going through peri-menopause and menopause. Alcohol will slow your metabolism down for about 3 hours. The body has to process the calories from alcohol first so the metabolism of proteins and other food sources is paused when you drink. This results in the food being stored as fat. Alcohol not only slows metabolism but will alter the signals from the brain for filling full, and blocks some nutrients. It blocks vitamins A, D, and C and it causes you to be hungrier more often. Alcohol and mental health Karolina emphasized that it increases stress hormones and reduces the naturally occurring joy. She also felt apathetic, restless, and bored. One thing she didn't recognize was the sense of boredom. When you become alcohol-free, you start to realize the uncomfortable feelings that you were masking with alcohol. Our feelings are the barometers in our lives. What Karoline wasn't able to feel was how unfulfilled she was with her week and how she was using the weekends to make up for that. Drinking was the biggest highlight in her life. Once she went alcohol-free, she was able to recognize that she wasn't following her dreams. Being alcohol-free allower her to deal with the deeper feeling of boredom, which is actually a beautiful thing. Boredom is the secret to all innovation, it is the secret to creativity and inventiveness. Experiencing boredom allowed Karolina to try new things and new hobbies. Alcohol affects our pleasure center in a different way than all of the other experiences available to induce natural joy and pleasure. The effect on pleasure from alcohol is temporary. Living alcohol-free allowed Karolina to defy the limitations she'd always put on herself and she began to feel a bigger sense of purpose. Health benefits of living alcohol-free There are also physical benefits of living alcohol-free, which include: lowering blood pressure lowering blood cholesterol growing your gray matter healing liver fat reducing cancer markers All with just one month of living alcohol-free. Relationship and living alcohol-free The social aspect of going alcohol-free is the most challenging. Once Karolina went alcohol-free, her friends and family also became vulnerable and their relationships improved because they reinvented their friendships and talked about deeper things. She also inspired her friends and family by starting her business and writing her book. Karoline shared the analogy of the rising tide lifts all boats. When you do something so life-changing, you have an opportunity to create a ripple effect. At least 52% of Americans say that they want to drink less or not at all. Those people are around you. So instead of feeling like an odd man out, think of being the leader and influencing others. After a period of getting used to a new norm and realizing that your relationship hasn't changed, people accept what you are doing. Karolina shared the analogy of the crabs in a bucket. How if one crab is trying to climb out, the other crabs will bring it back down. So when you change it often brings fear to other people, because they may think you won't approve of them. It may also bring a mirror to their relationship with alcohol and they may try to stop you, become defensive, or bring you down. If people don't want to hang out with you because you don't drink, is it possible that alcohol was the only thing you had in common and maybe you weren't as good of friends as you thought? When you create space, you open the door for the most meaningful relationships. What is the first step to becoming alcohol-free? The first step is to change your mindset around alcohol. We've all been taught to glamourize alcohol and it's important to understand that we are all a part of that society. Questions to ask to help determine your mindset around alcohol: Do I feel more glamorous and sophisticated when I drink alcohol? Does alcohol help me fit in? Do I need alcohol to have fun? Get interested in a different perspective on alcohol to start changing your mindset. Lean into alternate information, and read a book, like Euphoric by Karolina. The next step is to take a break from alcohol. Start where you are and go 3 days, then 7 days, then a month, and once you get to 100 days and you'll really see life-changing benefits. Taking a break from alcohol will help you realize so many things about yourself and life. You will really begin to discover yourself. Learn more about Karolina and connect with her: Website Book: Euphoric: Ditch Alcohol and Gain a Happier, More Confident You Instagram If you are struggling with anxiety and have been using alcohol to try to decrease it, download my free eBook: Alleviate anxiety by developing healthy habits for a healthy mind. Developing healthy habits can be life-changing and very beneficial.
In this episode, Paul has a "bar stool chat" over the phone with a certified beer expert and digs into the beer industry from all angles. Forgoing a BEER DOME competition, we drool over session beers and styles that get our livers worried. That, and the usual craic on this episode of Life in 16 oz. Show Notes Skip to Beer News – 1:14 Skip to Intro to Guest Brian Yaeger, Beer Expert 12:07 Skip to Bar Stool Chat with Brian Yaeger 14:15 Skip to Featured Session Beers; What is a Session Beer? 25:19 Skip to 16 Questions "Game" with Brian Yaeger 41:42 Skip to 16 Qs Sidebar: Price Limit for a Pint 46:15 Skip to 16 Qs Sidebar: Palette Fatigue 1:10:43 Skip to Tom Jones, Paul's Mom and a Handkerchief 2:23:26 Skip to Beer Dome – Session Beer Smackdown Results 2:35:03 MENTIONS Brian Yaeger / pFriem Family Brewers / Bell's Brewery / DG Yuengling & Son Inc / GoodLife Brewing Company / Tom Jones / Evans Brewing Company / Societe Brewing Company / Allagash Brewing Company / Pizza Port Brewing Company / Eureka Brewing Company / Anderson Valley Brewing Company Keep scrolling for more tidbits from the show, to include photos related to this month's episode. BEER NEWS A beer writer's lessons from Dry January — and the nonalcoholic beers he'll keep drinking Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. By Josh Noel. Published by Chicago Tribune Anheuser-Busch looking for a slam dunk in nonalcoholic beer category with Budweiser Zero Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. By Mike Snider. Published by USA Today. Leinenkugel's announces release of its first ever sour beer Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. By Adam Uren. Published by Bring Me the News LLC. Cannibal Corpse And Candlemass To Headline 'Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Philly' In June Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by Blabbermouth.net. Jim Koch: Beer Biz Would be 15-18% Smaller Without Hard Seltzer, FMBs and Cider; Traditional Beer Unlikely ‘to Grow Again In Our Lifetimes' Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. By Jessica Infante. Published by BevNET.com, Inc. Super Bowl LVI Preview: A-B Releases Bud Light Seltzer Hard Soda and Budweiser Ads; 62% of Consumers Expect Omicron to Affect Super Bowl Plans Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. By Zoe Licata. Published by BevNET.com, Inc. Shiner Announces Tex Hex IPA Lineup with the Debut of Bruja's Brew IPA Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. By D.J. Published by Brewpublic.com. Dick Leinenkugel to Retire from Family's Brewery in December; Nephew Tony Bugher to Helm 155-Year-Old Brand Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by BevNET.com, Inc. Yuengling offers congratulations (?) to Anheuser-Busch for new logo: ‘Cool new Eagle. We're flattered' Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by Yuengling accuses Bud Light of trampling on trademark Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. By Michael Rubinkam. Published by The Associated Press. Gruit Ales: Beer Before Hops Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. By Andy Sparhawk. Published by Craftbeer.com. Ancient Beer and Cheese Pairing (Scroll down page for article) Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by Brew Your Own. BOOKS Red, White, and Brew: An American Beer Odyssey By Brian Yaeger Oregon Breweries By Brian Yaeger FEATURED BEERS – Session Beers The Coachman IPA - American, 4.9% ABV, No IBU Societe Brewing Company, San Diego, CA River Trip Pale Ale - Belgian, 4.8% ABV, No IBU Allagash Brewing Company, Portland, ME Ponto IPA - American, 4.5% ABV, No IBU Pizza Port Brewing Company, Carlsbad, CA Pils of Creation Pilsner - German, 5.2% ABV, No IBU Eureka Brewing Company, Gardena, CA
It's not every day you get a phone call that changes the course of your life, for Ellie Webb it left her "half over the moon, half terrified". Sainsbury's were calling to say they wanted to stock her new non-alcoholic drink, Caleño. At this point, Ellie was working alone, making the drink in her kitchen - Sainsbury's wanted to stock it in each of their 500 stores. "I thought to myself, I either go for this or I don't," Ellie tells Eliśa Roche in this episode of Career Conversations. She did go for it and it worked out really rather well. Caleño is now a huge success, stocked in Sainsbury's, Waitrose and M&S. It all came about when Ellie had a brainwave on a night out. She wasn't drinking alcohol, but she didn't see why that meant she had to drink sugary drinks all night. Find out how she turned her dream of creating an adult-tasting, sophisticated, non-alcoholic drink into a reality. Ellie reveals what she thinks makes the differences between dreamers and doers, how she overcame a certain amount of boardroom sexism to get to where she is today, and how she once ended up with 1,000 ruined bottle labels. Ellie Webb, Founder, Caleño Before starting Caleño, Ellie gained experience working in the drinks industry, which she came to love, and soon she became keen to find her own place within it. The lightbulb moment came when Ellie was doing Dry January and out dancing with friends. She was disappointed by the lack of choice on offer when it came to grown-up non-alcoholic drinks and realised there wasn't anything accessible, that suited her lifestyle or reflected her sense of adventure when it came to drinks. Born in Kent to a Colombian mother, Ellie has always had an entrepreneurial streak, and even when she was young she would make ‘jugos', Colombian fruit juices, and sell them to her family. So it felt natural for Ellie to take matters into her own hands and create something that she wanted to see on the shop shelves. Ellie worked on her idea for a new non-alcoholic spirit for two years before quitting her day job, during which time she explored and experimented with different botanicals in her kitchen and took a trip back to Colombia for more inspiration and research.
Eindelijk weer bier met alcohol. En wat voor een bieren ook! Zo drinken we een lekkere verse IPA van Letse makelij, een bijzonder gebrouwen bewaarbier uit Rotterdam en iets spontaans uit Engeland. Verder kletsen we jullie bij met wat nieuwtjes en blikken we terug op onze Dry January. Bier in 't Glas: Arpus Brewing Co - TDH Pop Cryo x Mosaic Cryo DIPA Bottle Share: Kaapse Brouwers - Mark Ari Crossover Blendery - Skimming Stone Volg onze socials: www.instagram.com/wortgenoten www.facebook.com/wortgenoten Luister ons via Spotify, Apple Podcast, PlayerFM, Google en Soundcloud Heb je vragen of opmerkingen? Stuur die dan naar email@example.com
Question of the day: Do you have a brewery that you love but sometimes forget about?The Dream Team is in full effect, as Deb joins the crew to talk about the downside of champagne, not-so-great beer, Dry January beverage sales, and getting too drunk to steal a car.Greg starts the beer research with Desert! It's a DDH IIPA from SingleCut Beersmiths. Deb is sipping on Great Divide's Horchata Yeti, straight from Denver.The team talks about the highs and lows of getting way too hydrated from champagne. Greg brings up some breweries that he loves, but sometimes doesn't get to. Flex went to one of his favorite spots to put in some research. Deb has been doing cocktail research with the T-Pain cocktail recipe book; yes it's a thing.Our favorite homie Chew Your Beer calls in to leave a voicemail while in a very inebriated state.Thanks to Scotland for getting a little creepy with this week's Ludicrous Libation Law.What are the best pastry stouts of 2022? We'll tell you.The UK is driving up low and none alcohol beverage sales; stop it! Diageo will be opening a Guiness Brewery in London, and it won't be cheap. Rockstar and Pepsi are launching a hemp energy drink; seems a bit conflicting. And a man gets way too drunk to steal a car, and instead befriends some police officers.Make sure to follow us across the web and social media:Deb: www.instagram.com/onehopmess Flexy: www.instagram.com/flex_me_a_beer Craft Beer Republic: www.CraftBeerRepublic.com www.instagram.com/CraftBeerRepublic www.facebook.com/CraftBeerRepublicPod www.twitter.com/CraftBeerRepub (805) 538-2337 Use promo code UNFILTERED on Tavour.com
Hallo!! Frohes neues Jahr 2022! It feels good to be back! We kicked off the year with a bang by celebrating the New Year in Berlin, Germany's beautiful Capital. It was a quick turnaround planning and booking our New Years' Eve Celebration, but we pulled it off and had a fantastic time. Shortly after our […]
Hannah Fraser talks to me about the work Enterprise Ireland is doing in Sweden and the great success stories of Irish companies here, while Kieran and Tom from the Mälardalen Brewing Company say goodbye to "Dry January" with craft beers from Strängnäs.
Davi opened up in participating in "Dry January", and now it has rolled over into February. She's prod of herself, but there's one problem - her dreams!Her dreams have been insane! The insanely vivid dreams she is having has her confused about what is real life and what's not. She explains... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
Sales of cannabis-infused beverage market is projected to grow from $915.06 million in 2021 to $19,063.58 million in 2028 at a CAGR of 54%, as companies sought to capitalize on new cannabis consumers seeking a familiar form of consumption and those looking for an alternative to alcoholic drinks. Cannabis beverage companies, for example, have been cashing in on health-related trends such as Dry January, when alcohol drinkers abstain for the month and look for alternative ways to relax. The strong demand for infused beverages has not propped up prices – at least not yet. Despite the strong growth, the infused-beverage market remains a small portion of the overall cannabis product mix. While it might be a ways off before customers can walk into a bar and order an infused drink, several licensed cannabis markets have begun the process of licensing public-consumption lounges, which many businesses see as a good fit for beverages. Episode 885 The #TalkingHedge dives into brightfieldgroup's article…https://youtu.be/0L6f6P93kps#CannabisIndustry #CannabisData #MarijuanaData #CannabisAnalytics #MarijuanaAnalytics #CannabisSalesData #MarijuanaSalesData
In this refreshing and perfectly balanced conversation with Maria Denton, Southeast Regional Manager for Lyre's Non-Alcoholic Spirits, some of the topics we discuss include: How Maria used her career working for one of the world's most prestigious spirits brands and managing one of Washington, DC's busiest bar programs as a timely springboard into her current position with Lyre's. What creating non-alcoholic spirits has in common with building the aroma profile of a perfume, and how that allows Lyre's to create products with the world's most popular cocktails squarely in the crosshairs. We also taste what (I assume) is the world's first non-alcoholic Absinthe, and we pair it with All The Bitter's New Orlean's Style Bitters and Lyre's American Malt no-ABV whiskey to create a fantastic Sazerac. Maria and I also get the chance to address some pointed listener questions about how to handle technical factors like temperature and dilution in no-ABV cocktails. Along the way, we find out which new spirits and mixers we can expect from Lyre's in the near future, where the Champagne Queen stands on non-alcoholic Prosecco, where to grab a drink with your favorite impressionist painter, and much, much more. This episode is brought to you by Near Country Provisions. If you live in the Mid-Atlantic and want to enjoy ethically raised (and delicious) meat from local farmers delivered to your door every month, then you need Near Country in your life. Head over to NearCountry.com and enter the code BARCART when you sign up for your subscription to receive 2 free pounds of bacon or ground beef in your first delivery.
There are a lot of benefits to choosing an alcohol-free life, but how do you make it a positive choice that you can maintain once the novelty has worn off? Janey Lee Grace, the host of the Alcohol-Free Life podcast, is here to share the secrets of why to ditch the booze and live happy, healthy and sober. As a former gray-area drinker, Janey used to wake up at 3 am hating herself for drinking too much, until the ‘wine witch' came calling at 6 pm the next day and it started all over again. In 2018 she ditched the booze for ‘Dry January' and never looked back. Now Janey is a leading voice in changing the conversation around alcohol. She's the host of the Alcohol-Free Life podcast, founder of The Sober Club, a UK-based BBC presenter, and author of the book, Happy Healthy Sober: Ditch the booze and take control of your life. If you've quit the booze, are sober curious, or thinking about reducing your alcohol intake, tune in as Casey and Janey take a look at the issues around alcohol to inspire you to be happy, healthy and sober! For full show notes and access to resources mentioned in the episode, head over to www.hellosomedaycoaching.com/96 Ready to drink less + live more? Join The Sobriety Starter Kit Course I've helped thousands of women change their relationship with alcohol and can teach you the step-by-step system you need to break out of the drinking cycle. And grab the Free 30-Day Guide To Quitting Drinking, 30 Tips For Your First Month Alcohol-Free Connect with Casey Find out more about Casey and her coaching programs, head over to her website, www.hellosomedaycoaching.com
Welcome, welcome, welcome to Episode 82 of the Thirst for Knowledge podcast! In today's episode James, Justin, and Seth celebrate the completion of their annual Dry January challenge. Listen in as the gang discuss the craziest most dramatic Dry January in TFK Pod history, the emergency meeting James had to call at the end of the month, Seth's mechanical failures while attempting to complete his last challenge, Justin's suspiciously incriminating Snapchat on the last day of January, results of the challenges, the punishments for the 6-12-18-24 challenge, and much more. Thanks for listening and be sure to review, rate, and subscribe! TFK : Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
Welcome to February; Dry January is over! The Dream Team is back, baby! Deb stops in to hang with Flex and Greg for Batch 290. The all-stars are sampling new beer styles, gearing up for the Super Bowl, prepping for Valentine's Day, and some colossal beer collaboration news!Greg is getting the research started with Baxter, a Cold IPA from Fremont Brewing in Seattle. Flex is redeeming the pink beers with Fatty's Beer Works Cotton Candy Milkshake IPA. The crew celebrates the end of Dry January, not that anyone participated. The Super Bowl is around the corner; who's getting ready to party? National Hangover Day and Valentine's Day are one in the same this year; what will you be doing? And Greg has some massive news about a collaboration brew with 14 Cannons and California Coffee Republic. California coming in strong with some dumb rules in this week's Ludicrous Libation Law. Green Flash's brewery is still for sale if you've got the cash. Budweiser is dropping a new, non-alcoholic energy in India. Also gross, AB InBev is releasing a zero-carb beer. The Colorado Beer Guy hits all the breweries in Colorado in record time. And Dick Leinenkugel is leaving his post at Leinenkugels.Make sure to follow us across the web and social media:Deb: www.instagram.com/onehopmess Flexy: www.instagram.com/flex_me_a_beer Craft Beer Republic: www.CraftBeerRepublic.com www.instagram.com/CraftBeerRepublic www.facebook.com/CraftBeerRepublicPod www.twitter.com/CraftBeerRepub (805) 538-2337 Use promo code UNFILTERED on Tavour.
Dry January is over and it feels like fruity February. We're still not technically drinking beer, but it has alcohol. This Seltzer variety pack may or may not pack a fruity punch. We're trying them all in this cheap beer, I mean, cheap seltzer review.
Gaby and Lena bring in the new year with a new perspective on how to Refresh and Renew via resolutions and a No Pressure attitude. They discuss ways in which some may choose to enhance their current lifestyle by creating new “TO DO” lists, juice cleanses, Dry January and/or fun hobbies to try. Along with the demands of parenting children, these Latinas express the importance of self enrichment to sustain a healthy work/ life balance. They share small moments of joy with virtual Yoga classes from “Boho Beautiful” and a rebranding of their new Podcast name, “Latinas in the Burbs”. More Car Pool Karaoke and LIB merchandise will be coming out soon. Their Dímelo, Dímelo excerpt highlights new movies like “House of Gucci” and “Parallel Mothers” that are out in theaters now. Happy New Year to all!! It's the Chinese Lunar Year of the Tiger- so wear red for good luck. As always, we welcome your comments and ideas for future podcasts at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on instagram at #latinasinburbs. Can also send us a voice message at https://anchor.fm/gaby-lena/message
Aaaaand we're back! On this first live recorded episode of 2022 the guys catch up on the last month, talk university mascots, how well they did on Sober January, and Cole teases big personal news. They drink their first Bardstown Bourbon Company product. Did it live up to expectations? On Whiskey World News they read an article that mentions their favorite "little duckling" and on "What Whiskey Would You Choose?", they ask: What whiskey they are enjoying (guilt free) in February? Join us for some fun history and bourbon on our first episode back from Dry January 2022. Also find our YouTube video of this episode on our Chill Filtered channel page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUT8G6kZ8P2cgnyu8q9rfaQ
The boys are back again..Minus one.. The intro's right off the jump... Dust got COVID!!! He talks about his 12 day journey and eats some crow soup.. Frogman catches us up on his 2 week hiatus.. It's a lil chilly down there.. Weather Talk!! Intros get hijacked once again for youtube rabbit holes and a smidge of MEDIA!! The One Too Many Stats get discussed and possible guests and future plans.. Rob Nat aka Beansie aka Rob Matti in the house! Rob Matti hits us off with his gambling night experience.. Which sparks the guys to talk about their own experiences in Viva Las Vegas "THE VEGAS FILES" are now open. SHHHHHHHHHHH!! Of course it had to happen... !!!!!!!MEDIA!!!!!!!!!!!!! The guys stick their toes into a lil taste of "The Book Of Boba Fett" and "Peacemaker".. They def spend more time on "Peacemaker".. ***DISCLAIMER**** ***Remember this ep was recorded around second week of January*** The guys re-analyze the Marvel Netflix-Verse and the media river keeps flowing... Frog takes a piss and Rob and Dust discuss Rob's "DRY- January".. But course Frog slides in for a few words of "Frogzdom"..(Frog + Wisdom..You get it) Mr. Natural talks about how being focused led him to create his new beat tape dropping on Feb.1 "Rob Natural Beats Your Face V.1" on all streaming platforms.. Go check it out!! It's time for our outos and I have to say that even our outro's got funny ass content.. Thank you for listening.. Shout out to the "One too Many Goon Squad" We love you quiet fuckers.. - Dust
Dry January is over for Josh while Jon's bourbon group takes a field trip and stays at a Moxy hotel that has some unique qualities. The Dad Bros find out what Punxsutawney Phil had to say on Groundhog Day. The boys check out a clip from Jackass Forever where UFC Heavyweight Champ Francis Ngannou punches... The post Ep 522 – Polka Dot Pant Suit appeared first on Dad Bros.
*Professor Kevin R. Johnson at the University of California, Davis, School of Law tells John that Congress bears the blame for the lack of immigration reform. *Anthony Freud of the Lyric Opera of Chicago classes up the show by presenting the lineup for their 2022/2023 season. *John gets into an argument with Producers Bret and Tyler over the show's new voicemail call-in number. *Robert Moore at Defense Priorities shares how the crisis in Ukraine is partially the result of three decades of virtue signaling. *Plus, Josh Noel at the Chicago Tribune discusses how doing 'Dry January' affected him and gives out a few of his favorite non-alcoholic beers that he tried.
We continue our relationship with food and mental health month with our guest today who is combining both after having gastric sleeve surgery 6 months ago, we find out how Tim Barnes has now started the next stage in his life and how the surgery has changed his life, it's a very vulnerable and frank conversation and we loved talking to him. We conclude our Book Collective book of the month, The Female Lead, We Rise By Lifting Others, by Edwina Dunn. And announce our new book for February. In the Foodie there is a delicious recipe for vegan vanilla cupcakes and we tell you what you can do with TVP (textured veggie protein) As it's the end of the month we delve into our Wine Collective choices for the month with some very surprising results! There is lots of talk about BMI, low rise jeans and do we really need calories on our restaurant menus? Our guest this week is Tim Barnes, along with wife Kelly own the award winning Krispies Fish & Chip Shop in Exmouth, Devon. In July 2021 after years of struggling with his weight Tim took the decision to have gastric sleeve surgery, a life changing surgery. Tim has always had an unhealthy relationship with food and this was impacting on his health, at 43 years old he hit rock bottom. With the support from his family, he decided on gastric sleeve surgery (VSG). Tim is open and honest about his struggles with yo-yo dieting, the lack of support for men with weight issues and how he is now working on a life that he has control over. Tim has an Instagram page detailing his journey, @becomingtinytim_vsg on one of his pre-op posts he says he's another step closer to the next stage in his life. You can catch the full interview with Tim on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFgmHLcdx28eco-XlkWYwUA The Book Collective very sadly conclude the amazing book of the month, The Female Lead, We Rise By Lifting Others by Edwina Dunn. We cannot say enough how much we have been uplifted by this book; each woman has a powerful story to tell that will resonate with every woman that reads their stories. We love that we have learned so much more about the international women that are shaping our World. Our next book comes from one of the women featured in We Rise By Lifting Others, Bernardine Evaristo, Girl, Woman, Other. In the Foodie Jinty has cooked some delicious vegan vanilla cup-cakes that are truly scrummy, a recipe below Lou's WI comes to an end, her month of Veganuary. But will she continue? And there's a whole new WI for the Collective from Jinty. As it's the end of the month it's the Wine Collective, but as many of you are taking part in Dry January, we've opted for low and non-alcoholic beverages this month! Lou opts for a low alcohol rhubarb and ginger cider, it's a 0.05% and from Marks & Spencer, it's tart rhubarb and fiery ginger and costs £1.60 for a 500ml bottle. Jinty's choice for a non- alcoholic drink is Everleaf https://www.everleafdrinks.com/collections Vanilla fairy cakes from https://www.sixvegansisters.com/2018/04/05/vegan-vanilla-cupcakes/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jinty-sheerin/message
This week is a bumper episode as we talk about "THAT" documentary about BrewDog, and our own reaction to it. We then dig into this week's video in which we build our own homebrewery and studio and reveal that next week's video is a homebrew episode with the one and only Russian River! Oh, and Brad has had his Weetabix.Watch this week's video here: youtu.be/FXGTK7dDILYWatch the BrewDog documentary here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0013yfjWatch Jonny's Dry January video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCbq2G81mOkHere's Brad's Italian dialect article: https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/how-capicola-became-gabagool-the-italian-new-jersey-accent-explainedBrought to you by the team behind the Craft Beer Channel, The Bubble takes an irreverent look at beer from the outside, inviting new people to give us their perspective on the world we're all obsessed with. You're listening to the bubble, the podcast turning beer inside out.SUPPORT US!Pledge on Patreon and get some cool merch & videos: https://www.patreon.com/craftbeerchannelCheck out our awesome sponsor The Malt Miller: https://www.themaltmiller.co.uk/Twitter – @beerchannelFacebook – http://www.facebook.com/thecraftbeerchannelInstagram – @craftbeerchannelRemember to drink responsibly(ish) and not be that guy...Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/craftbeerchannel)
Please welcome Mike Dilke - Back & Ergonomic Products Expert & host of "The Relaxback Show" on UK Health Radio.As we share a relaxed bit of back-chat (see what we're doing here?!) about all things healthy back!Do you have back pain? Or would you like to know more about how to avoid it in the first place? If so, then "sit back - relax - and enjoy the show!" as Mike Dilke and I “blow a bit of reciprocal smoke” at each other to share audiences from our respective UK Health Radio Shows!"The Relaxback UK Show" on UK Health Radio has been hosted by Mike Dilke since 2017. Mike Dilke also runs the Relaxback UK Company that provides ergonomic equipment to help people with back pain or help to ensure they avoid it in the first place.Website – www.relaxbackuk.com Twitter handle – @relaxbackukMike Dilke is a Civil Engineer, who became a Broadcaster and a Podcaster when his Professional Consultancy career eventually ended in an unacknowledged recession, created by the Noughties' austerity measures. A yoga enthusiast, Mike designed a means of turning the human body upside down safely at home and tried, unsuccessfully, to secure a patent for his invention. Instead he became a business person in his own right as the UK distributor of an ergonomic, musculoskeletal Swedish chair that ensures better posture and less back pain. It also stimulates more healthy movement. Mike Dilke then met Johann Ilgenfritz, the founder of UK Health Radio and the two characters gelled instantly. No slouch by anybody's standards, Mike is a family man with an unusual sense of humour, possibly related to his own unusual internal wiring system. Take cricket, for example. When he plays, which admittedly is not often these days, he is a right-handed batsman and a left-handed bowler. Yet he is not ambidextrous and by his own definition, he is just a bit weird. He constantly sees things as funny which others may not even see at all. Mike met his scientist wife in the first week of his first year at University and married her a few years later. Together they have a boy and a girl who are now teenagers. And a dog. Mike regularly turns to his wife and his children for guidance and inspiration for his weekly programme on UK Health Radio and his Podcast. As he has never studied or practised medicine, Mike makes the most of his natural curiosity to question people on subjects that interest him. He asks the questions that the (intelligent) man in the street might ask and explores issues with courage as well as good humour. For example, recent programmes have found him having his Liver tested and asking all kinds of questions on that vital but often neglected organ. Ignorance, he finds, can be a real advantage if used effectively. On another occasion, Mike used Dry January as a sound reason to explore the growing popularity of high quality alcohol-free drinks. The conversation in this episode travels through time and across the world with eccentric charm and occasionally chaotic cul de sacs. Overall and in the end, the posture of the pair is just about perfect. Mike's mission to relieve back pain in as many people as possible and raise a laugh or two along the way is certainly above criticism. Chris Grimes' improvisation skills are tested in real time when Mike leaves the Zoom meeting to get himself a glass of water. Altogether a surprising and rewarding encounter where the lack of editing adds to its authenticity! Reg StarkeyEditor - UK Health triangle Magazine“The Good Listening To: Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!” is the Show & Podcast series that features “The Clearing”:Where all good Questions come to be asked - and all good Stories come to be told.Enjoy!
Alcohol-related problems - which result from drinking too much, too fast, or too often - are among the most significant public health issues in the United States. Dr. George Koob, Director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and a world-renowned expert on how alcohol affects health, joins us to talk about Dry January, recognizing signs of an alcohol problem and ways to get help.
Andrew Pierce spoke to Ann Widdecombe, former Brexit Party MEP after Boris Johnson sees off a challenge to his premiership, and speaks to Hannah Essex, Co-Executive Director of the British Chambers of Commerce about how the end of Working From Home guidance will affect business. Plus, is Dry January actually bad for you? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Episode 65 of Pelo Buddy TV, an unofficial Peloton podcast & Peloton news show. This week we cover the following topics: The new Peloton Altos cycling shoes are now available. The price of Peloton weights & dumbbells have been raised. A new feature was added to the Bike & Tread: Related Classes. The class type filter was removed for the upcoming class schedule for iOS app users. Ally Love was shown as a tread coach temporarily on the class schedule. A new featured artist series with Amy Winehouse took place. A new Peloton commercial shows a Selena Samuela David Bowie Bootcamp. There is a new “You Can Ride” beginner cycling program. Emma Lovewell has a brand new Crush Your Core program. Ally Love & Adrian Williams are featured in the latest Peloton x adidas apparel collection. Tunde Oyeneyin was featured in InStyle's Badass 50 list. The Ringer has an article about the Rise of the Celebrity Instructor featuring Jess Sims. Jess Sims shared motivation workout tips with InStyle. Cody Rigsby talks about Dry January with Delish. Robin Arzon's new children's book has been released. Robin Arzon was interviewed on the Death, Sex & Money podcast. Alex Toussaint was interviewed on The Steamroom podcast. An article from Grazia talks about six figure salaries and Peloton trainers. The Holdnerness Family has a new Peloton parody video – the “6 Stages of Peloton Husband” Happy Birthday to Hannah Frankson. John & Amanda share their class picks of the week. You can find links to full articles on each of these topics from the episode page here: https://www.pelobuddy.com/pelo-buddy-tv-episode-65/ The show is also available via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PeloBuddy
Happy New Year! How are your resolutions and plans going? Do you want to lose weight, get fit, lead a healthier life or do something to improve your finances? Maybe you're on a ‘Dry January' programme? My gym was full this month of new members hoping to get fit and lose weight, but experience shows that many of them will sadly drop out within a few months. Keep on target with your goals by making them realistic, achievable and measurable. Make 2022 your best year ever! See: How will you prosper in 2022? - https://moneytipsdaily.com/how-to-prosper-and-make-your-dreams-become-reality-in-2022 I have just published my new book – Borrow and Grow Rich :- https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=borrow+and+grow+rich&ref=nb_sb_noss In this episode I want to introduce a very special guest. KD Angle is a successful market trader with experience in both futures and stocks who started trading in 1979 during the last inflationary period. Some of his accomplishments include: Starting his own market letter which gave specific trading advice in the early 80's and was featured in Forbes Magazine. In the 1990s, KD began managing money using his own ‘rules-based' strategies and later went on to earn more than 60 performance awards from a respected performance reporting company known as BarclayHedge. He retired that career after managing assets of up to 200 million dollars but continues to trade his own capital. Angle has been featured as an expert in his field in two books, the ‘Four Cardinal Principles of Trading' by Bruce Babcock and ‘The Mental Edge in Trading' written by Jason Williams MD. Angle's father turned $2 million into $100 million in the great gold bull market of 1979. KD recently authored what he considers to be his legacy book entitled ‘Guillotine Investing – Keeping Your Head While Others are Losing Theirs' where he shares many of his valuable insights that have helped contribute to his own success with the markets. His book is only available at the book's website which is called: www.Guillotineinvesting.com SPECIAL APPEAL We have witnessed major climate disasters, such as the recent typhoon which has destroyed 90% of homes in the southern islands of the Philippines. While we in the west worry and fret over a shortage of some of our favourite food supplies, millions of people around the world are starving. You can donate to my Rotary Fundraiser – to provide food, clean water and shelter to the people who have lost their homes and will not be enjoying a merry Christmas. https://www.facebook.com/groups/174851346196950/permalink/1621462918202445/ Financial education in investing is the key to building and keeping wealth. Never stop learning! Keep watching or listening to my free podcasts on iTunes and subscribe to my YouTube channel for regular financial news and updates. Can you get rich by saving alone? NEW BOOK LAUNCH – BORROW AND GROW RICH – SPECIAL OFFER ENDS SOON! I cover financial education and money mindset in my books, like Borrow and Grow Rich (available on Kindle now - https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=borrow+and+grow+rich&ref=nb_sb_noss), which you can order on Amazon. In this book, you will learn how the power of leverage and inflation can make you rich without working any harder than the average employee. You will also learn the difference between good debt and bad debt and why saving alone will not make you rich. Borrow and Grow Rich is available for Kindle order now - https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=borrow+and+grow+rich&ref=nb_sb_noss DOWNLOAD CHAPTER ONE AND TWO FREE https://charleskelly.clickfunnels.com/optin1639410805951 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A lot of people stop drinking after their boozy holidays to start off the new year sober and refreshed. But for some, “Dry January” is a life-saving, year-round commitment they make every day. Host Morgan Moody talks candidly about her own experience with Pittsburgh author Brian Broome. A special thanks to City of Asylum Bookstore for hosting the conversation. Snag Brian's wonderful memoir “Punch Me Up To The Gods” from them here. Want some more Pittsburgh news? Sign up for our morning newsletter and follow us on Twitter & Insta @ CityCastPgh
Midweek Motivation features Chelsey and MJ from SOBER SALLY's! Tips to make it through the month going alcohol free, and maintaining that healthy lifestyle.
Happy New Year!It's January 2022 and that can only mean one thing... Capitalistic conglomerates cashing in on narcissistic habits and the introduction of Dry January. COUNT ME IN. Throughout this show I, Toby, touch on a few of the reasons behind my choice to take part in Dry January this year. Louis decided to turn up to this episode extremely half cut just to add a little juxtaposition in there. During the show you get to hear my thoughts on bad habits, over consumption of alcohol and honest reviews on some of the UK's best and worst Alcohol Free craft beer. What we drank;Mash Gang - Stoop PilsnerLowtide - Are Wheat There Yet Mash Gang - Chug XPAGipsy Hill - Squashed Sour Please keep an eye on my social media pages to see how Dry January is going for the latter stages of January and share your recommendations. Remember to drop us a review on Apple or Spotify podcast and let us know how you're finding our dulcet tones! You can also follow us on IG @acraftbrewwithaview & @violentbeers or on Twitter @MoreCraftViews
Sophie and Will discuss their not-so-successful fridge raid dinners and prove that some ingredients just should not go together, Michael gets political in Hot Takes and not everyone's particularly excited as producer Jake provides this week's Show, Tell and Smell. Funny, political and informative. YOU DON'T GET THAT ANYWHERE ELSE
COVID-19 has led to the largest mass disruption of education in modern human history. Ontario, in particular, has suffered the longest school closures in Canada, and amongst the highest in North America and Europe comparing regional averages. Protecting education as an essential service is a policy choice says my first guest today, Dr. Prachi Srivastava. Prachi will be joining What She Said from now until June every month to arm you with information and questions to ask policy makers and politicians as we approach the June provincial election in Ontario. Anne Brodie had to dig deep this week to find the best of the best in entertainment, with new theatrical releases in short supply. She delivers though with some can't miss movies and shows to catch at home right now to beat the Omicron blues. Whether by circumstance or choice, many women have found themselves stuck in a rut as of late. This year, What She Said in partnership with The Sacred Space is going to help you get unstuck. Denise Chand & Jennifer John, are Certified Cognitive Behavioural and Relationship Coaches, Unstuck Experts, Authors, and Founders of The Sacred Space Coaching. In 2022, they will be joining me every month with tips and tools to get us back on a path that empowers us to chase our dreams. What's the cost of love? Haley McGee, interviewed her exes and enlisted the help of a mathmetician to create a formula - with eighty seven variables - to find the true cost of love in her upcoming book, The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale. Haley joins me today to discuss how her attempt to turn sentimental value into cold, hard cash, became a much bigger lesson in the value of failed relationships. Finally, If current conditions in Ontario, or even the ongoing pandemic have you questioning your commitment to Dry January, I'd like you to pause before you uncork that bottle of wine and listen Nadine Araksi. A Dry January MVP, Nadine joins me today to share some tips for making it through January without alcohol and possibly beyond. Social Dr. Prachi Srivastava Website: https://www.edu.uwo.ca/faculty-profiles/prachi-srivastava.html Twitter: @PrachiSrivas Other http://covid19schooldashboard.com Sacred Space Website: www.the-sacredspace.com/getunstuck Twitter: https://twitter.com/chand_denise https://twitter.com/JenniferJohn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/denisechand_clc/ https://www.instagram.com/jenniferjohn_clc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSacredSpaceCoaching Facebook: Single & Hating It Facebook: With D&J Haley McGee Website: www.haleymcgee.ca Twitter: https://twitter.com/yeshaleymcgee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yeshaleymcgee/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yeshaleymcgee Nadine Araksi Website: https://www.kickstartology.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/kickstart.community.women/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kickstartologycoaching/
After a boozy festive season, Sarah Vine's co-presenter Imogen Edwards-Jones is attempting Dry January (but scoffing bags of reindeers' noses to make up for the lack of alcohol). Sarah and Imogen talk to Richard Piper of Alcohol Change UK on why so many of us do Dry January (and how many go straight back to a Wet February). Plus, Hannah Betts on New Year's beauty tips, and Alice Smellie, co-author of Cracking the Menopause, on why things are different from women in their 50s… and menopausal whales. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Good morning! We are back! As of today, your BlackBerry will no longer work. (Sorry!)The weather in the Bay Area and Sierra will continue to be rainy/snowy this week.Betty White's documentary is still coming out. Brighter Side.How's your "Dry January" going? What are you looking forward to most in 2022?
The girls are set on having a great start to their year with their New Years resolutions. This week they debate Dry January, Pilates challenges, Airbnb adventures & toe curling pet names for partners... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Janet Gourand (Sobriety Advocate & Recovery Coach), who runs the brilliant online community portal, Tribe Sober, joined me to talk about the 2022 Dry January challenge. See whether you can go alcohol free for 30 days; you may just like it! It runs for any 30 consecutive days of your choice between now until end of January. Get an early start. You will get online daily support and, in turn, you have a chance to change the lives of children living under conditions of poverty and other hardships across Cape Town, by donating to the Earthchild Project. For just R250 you can sponsor one child to be part of a transformational one year leadership programme including yoga (which has been amazing for many of these children who do not always get to experience peace), and in turn you will get daily virtual support for 30 days as you experiment with sobriety.I did so a few years ago just to help raise money for this brilliant project. And I liked the sober curiosity so much that I stayed dry!In this podcast Janet and I also talk you through the challenges (we've been there), as well as the benefits of choosing sobriety, and give many tips on how to deal with the ridiculousness of being expected to justify not drinking alcohol. Do share this podcast widely as it may save someone's life- whether they simply wish to cut down on the amount they drink or seeking a safe online community to help, perhaps for the first time, to deal with alcohol abuse that had gone unacknowledged till now. Tribe Sober is a safe space. You can also check out Janet's podcast by the name Tribe Sober and the website tribesober.com
One of the biggest elephants in the holiday room is alcohol, and a lot of people go more than a little overboard at the end of the year. Regardless of the reason, reexamining our relationship with this drug by doing a dry month can be a powerful tool. On the episode, what I'm doing and what I'm trying out instead!