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We are in (what feels like) an endless lockdown in Sydney and Mia was feeling very lonely this week. We talked a lot about our feelings and how it's okay to be feeling a little blue. We hope this episode reaches everyone who is going through a tough time with this lockdown. We're here for you - you are not alone!
“Classic-Pop Standards” is a one-hour program inspired by the Great American Songbook. This series of podcasts features the singers, the lyricists, and the composers of the music we call “American Standards.” Come along with us as we honor the great songwriters by never forgetting their music. These are songs with not only a history, but with a future; Songs born along Tin Pan Alley, on 42nd Street, at the Brill building, and down Broadway. Danny Lane brings new life to the Great American Songbook on “Classic-Pop Standards”. Comments to: email@example.com In this episode, you'll hear:1) I've Got The World On A String by Celine Dion / Harold Arlen (music) & Ted Koehler (lyrics) 2) I Could Have Danced All Night by Jamie Cullum / Alan Jay Lerner (lyrics) & Frederick Loewe (music) 3) Straighten Up And Fly Right by Linda Ronstadt (with Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra) / Nat King Cole & Irving Mills (words and music) 4) Night And Day by Frank Sinatra / Cole Porter (words & music) 5) Where Do I Go From You by Nancy Wilson / Diane Warren (words & music) 6) The Music Of The Night by Michael Crawford & Barbra Streisand / Andrew Lloyd Webber (music) & Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe (lyrics) 7) I Could Write A Book by Harry Connick, Jr. / Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart 8) Buttons And Bows by Dinah Shore / Jay Livingston (music) & Ray Evans (lyrics) 9) Don't Get Around Much Anymore by Rod Stewart / Duke Ellington (music) & Bob Russell (lyrics) 10) I Got Rhythm by Ella Fitzgerald (with Nelson Riddle's Orchestra) / George Gershwin (music) & Ira Gershwin (lyrics) 11) Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You by Sammy Davis Jr. / Don Redman (music) & Andy Razaf (lyrics) 12) Let's Do It by Eydie Gormé / Cole Porter (music & lyrics) 13) Dream (When You're Feeling Blue) by Roy Orbison / Johnny Mercer (words & music) 14) Time After Time by Deana Martin (duet with Jerry Lewis) / Sammy Cahn (lyrics) & Jule Styne (music) 15) Love Theme from St. Elmo's Fire (Subtitled "For Just A Moment") by Donny Gerrard & Amy Holland / David Foster (music) & Cynthia Weil (lyrics) 16) Maybe This Time by Tony Bennett / John Kander (music) & Fred Ebb (lyrics)  17) True Love by Elvis Presley / Cole Porter 18) It Had to Be You by Benny Goodman & His Orchestra / Isham Jones (music) & Gus Kahn (lyrics) 
The boys are a little flat following our loss to the Blues on Sunday afternoon, an ugly display where we really didn't look to be in it after half time and a small step backwards from the positive football we played last week. Join Nicholas Sacco, Marcus Callahan and Luke Humphries as we discuss what went wrong against Carlton a couple of days ago, we have the Jordy De Goey discussion and get your thoughts on whether your opinions on his game and his place in this squad have changed in the last month, we get to your PNP fan vote results, discuss our ever-growing injury list plus listen to us attempt to preview a game we think we will be against Hawthorn before realising midway through recording that we are playing the Power, fun times! Follow Pies Nation: Instagram: @piesnation Twitter: @piesnation Facebook: Pies Nation
The Cassandra Trigger (available on Amazon) moves up two spots on the Dystopian Future Chart, with 1984, Terminator, Splice and The Day After trailing closely behind, US leaves Afghanistan like a tenant with back rent, NC police unveil self-shooting guns, FBI solves Great Lego Caper, and sorry Jill, but WASP still sucks.
Feeling Blue?? The Blue we're talking about this week in our journey through Spiral Dynamics theory is all about peace, order, and good government (hey, that's catchy). What does that have to do with faith? And did this (basic!) pastor really manage to go the whole sermon about Blue without a single Eiffel 65 reference? Join us and see! #DaBaDeeDaBaDi
As always, this episode is brought to you by our two fantastic sponsors RetroJet Prints and Milly & Marr ! The Melbourne Lockdown continues and so does Carlton's disappointing form. Luke Ellis joins the show this week to share and compare his thoughts about his beloved Blues with Marcus while Quinn is still reeling from Richmond's impressive Dreamtime win. The bye week hasn't left us short of things to talk about so you won't want to miss a single minute of this weeks episode! Quinn is taking part in " The Push-Up Challenge " in order to help raise funds for mental health awareness! If you're financially able to and would like to donate, click on the link below to make your contribution felt! https://www.thepushupchallenge.com.au/pushuperer/239051 Please make sure to subscribe and share our podcast with a mate, all the support is very much appreciated and helps this podcast grow so we can become better every episode!
Music is a reflection of both our history as well as our social consciousness. It helps us make sense of the world and allows us to make personal connections with it. Perhaps more than any other art form, music is evocative; it triggers vivid memories of childhood, falling in love, loss and sadness - it forces us to look at ourselves to remember who we were and who we are. Music always makes me feel connected in a Jungian sense. It makes me realize that the struggles I have are not mine alone, they are shared. Simply recognizing this makes me feel less alone and ultimately better. I'm a big fan of the Blues. In the late 70-'s early 80's I lost my connection with popular music - it just didn't resonate., so as great bluesmen, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee said in one of their songs, I became a “white boy lost in the blues” I began to seek out roots music wherever I could find it. Fortunately Toronto in the early 80's was a place where the great blues artists were readily accessible to me in a number of small venues. I had the chance to see and meet some of the greatest blues artists of our time - Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Albert Collins, Fenton Robinson, Son Seals and a great many others - before what I will call the blues renaissance which occurred the nineties, when popular artists, realizing the contribution these aging blues players had made to the world of music began to appearing as guests on their records, thereby raising awareness of the blues form and these great artists in the minds of a white listening audience. So here's the rub, while blues themes tend to focus on “Feeling Blue” about things which happen in one's life - “The Thrill is Gone”, Baby Please Don't Go, The sky is crying” etc. the blues are about acknowledging our pain our feelings of loss and sadness, and by doing so, we feel better. This episode of the space celebrates the spirit of the blues ...#ForWhatitsWorthThe Music for Today's Show, "You Think I'm Bad" is written and performed by Oliver McQuaid. Click HERE to listen to Oliver's interview called "Campfire Jesus" with Co-host Ben Hunter and visit the show BLOG to see the picsShow website - https://fwiw.buzzsprout.comShow Blog - https://forwhatitsworthpodcast.comLink to Show Trailer: https://fwiw.buzzsprout.com/1151660/4138862-for-what-it-s-worth-trailerLink to For What it's Worth Face Book group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/720335292207376Link to Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/forwhatitsworth.podcast/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/forwhatitsworth)Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
In this podcast, Simerjeet Singh is sharing 6 practical tips on how to stop feeling low and depressed. We all have bad days and it's completely normal to have times when we feel down. This positive mindset motivation is for everyone who might be going through hard times. These are some of the things Simerjeet personally follows & also recommends to others, to avoid depression and feel better. If you are feeling low and depressed, you're likely suffering from a lack of motivation which can hinder your growth. It is very difficult to know what should you do when you are feeling low. Here Simerjeet Singh motivational speaker shares some tried and true practices which you all can do to move through depression more effectively. One of our most in-depth videos in Hindi on how to stay positive and inspired. Simerjeet shares 6 practical techniques in detail that he personally uses to beat the blues. Let us know how you progress with these techniques and if we can assist you with anything. PS- this video is in Hindi/Urdu. For the English version, please watch the #WinnersMindset Video - https://youtu.be/t2iSPlBWF4U Many people are asking us these questions - how to overcome depression, how to develop a positive mindset, how to change your mindset to positive? This mindset motivation audio is for everyone who is looking for depression motivation in Hindi, how to be positive and feeling low motivation. A positive state of mind expects things to turn out well, and focuses on solutions and improvement. If you also want to develop a positive mindset then listen to this podcast till the end. Do let us know how this depression motivation podcast helps you in developing a positive mindset. Watch this video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/kNKuyqIIapU #OvercomeDepression #FeelingLow #SimerjeetSingh #Depression #PositiveMindset #MindsetMatters #MindsetMotivation #DepressionMotivation For more information about Simerjeet's work as a motivational speaker, please visit his website: http://www.simerjeetsingh.com Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/simerjeetsingh
Together with American Songwriter, we had the pleasure of interviewing WESLEY over Zoom video! WESLEY will be releasing single "SLEEP ALONE" out April 2nd on all DSPs with Fire Tower Entertainment and FRTYFVE. The single comes as a precursor to his debut solo album "Spare Parts for Broken Hearts", out later this year, on the heels of his success as frontman of Emblem3, the boyband behind Billboard Hot 100 radio hit "Chloe," which toured internationally with Selena Gomez, and who holds the Teen Choice Awards Choice Breakout Group. WESLEY, the soloist, has experienced rapidly growing heat, with increased attention from Billboard, Hollywood Life, Young Hollywood, iHeart Radio, American Songwriter, Bringin' It Backwards Podcast, and more. He has seen increased DSP editorial support as well including on Spotify’s “The Pop List”, “Work From Home”, “Varsity Bars”, “Wholesome”, “Fresh Finds”, “Best of Fresh Finds Pop” and “Viral 50” Spain and Canada, as well as Apple Music's "Breaking Pop", "Virtual Hugs", "Feeling Blue", and their prestigious in-store "Today At Apple" shopping playlist. He has been grateful to be approached by today's hottest brands including Fashion Nova, iHeartMedia, Budweiser, and more in support of his new music. Anxious to get back on the road after a year of lockdown, Wesley has toured the globe both solo and with Emblem3, performing with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Demi Lovato, Macklemore, Fall Out Boy, MKTO and many more. He looks forward to seeing his fans both at home and internationally, and sharing all of the new music he has been creating in the studio this past year. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #foryou #foryoupage #stayhome #togetherathome #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetwork Listen & Subscribe to BiB Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bringinbackpod/support
Feeling Blue ? The winter has gone yet ? Spring is just around the corner with these fresh new beats, with Special Thanks to @El Mundo, @PHCK @Mule Arg @Darksidevinyl @Dmitry Molosh @Kasper Koman @Thimble @Animal Picnic @yotto, @Cassian @Silky Sunday, @Snoux @Frankey & Sandrino @Rob Hes @Artaria, @Jean Vayat ft. Evelynka @Lehar @Agustin Buaon and @Marino Canal !!!
In this episode Tom, Andy and David discuss the Cardiff fixture and look forward to both Norwich and Brentford. This podcast is kindly sponsored by Shortland Horne - Coventry's leading estate agents. Let's all sing together... Don't forget to follow us on all of our social channels: www.twitter.com/skybluesextra www.instagram.com/skybluesextra www.facebook.com/skybluesextra www.youtube.com/skybluesextra
For today’s Fade Five, Brad reminds us not to let name brand college basketball interfere with your sports betting. Kentucky and Duke both make the list for today, but he says it’s time to fade both. Auburn is trying to build its tournament resume and needs a big win over Missouri to do it. For our NBA player prop of the day, it’s time to talk about R.J. Barrett and his expected PRA for the match-up with Utah. Plus, can Drake remain perfect ATS on the season? The Bulldogs’ toughest test so far is on tonight’s schedule.
It is Blue Monday….the most depressing day of the year. The date was calculated by using many factors, including: weather conditions, debt level, time since Christmas, time since failing our new year’s resolutions, low motivational levels and feeling of a need to take action. This isn’t a scientifically true formula, but it does point out several things that we already know. Our stress levels are impacted by many things such as negative weather conditions, lack of finances, unrealistic expectations and unmet goals. If all of these things come to a head at the same time, it certainly can make for a stressful or depressing time in our life. So here are Today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Blue Monday: Get outside. Go for a walk. Even if it is a snowy, winter’s day, the benefits of getting a light break, beat staying indoors and moping around. Turn today into a celebration. Plan special activities at work or going out with friends. Start planning a vacation. Even just looking at beautiful vacation pictures has a positive impact on our mood. Know though, that sometimes, it is okay to indulge in the blues. Wrap up in a cozy blanket, turn on that sappy movie, and let all of your emotions flow out. If you think that you have moved beyond the blues, talk to your doctor. Seasonal Affective Disorders and Depression are serious and can spiral out of control quickly. The sooner you do, the better. Discover how to take small steps towards a healthier, happier, less-stressed you by visiting my website at worksmartlivesmart.com
Kyle, Erik, and JD go over everything that went wrong for the San Jose Sharks in their 5-3 loss to the Arizona Coyotes. We discuss the Jones/Dubnyk tandem and if Jones should have actually started, then what the Sharks are going to do with their third-pair defense (6:30). We then shift gears to look at the St. Louis Blues series and how the Sharks might have an advantage with their speed (13:00). Then we look at some potential shake-ups for the fourth line (20:00), take our weekly trip to Dubnyk Island (26:00), and give our predictions for the series. Check out the podcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jayme & Sara are here to discuss their holiday blues! Today they are sharing what brings them down around the holiday season and ways that they try to combat feeling blue. Make sure you're following along with the pod on Instagram @nothingjusteverythingpod!
How to get outside of yourself and your moods to help others and what the positive effects will be for you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drjoi/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drjoi/support
In the latest episode of 'Bows Football Final, KHON2 sports director Rob DeMello and former UH player RJ Hollis review the team's 40-32 loss to Boise State — a game that the team will likely look back at as a missed opportunity. It doesn't get any easier for the 'Bows, who face 5-0 Nevada on Saturday at Aloha Stadium. The BFF crew looks ahead to that matchup as well and takes some mailbag questions.
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Kate and Doree let their thoughts percolate around coffee-drinking routines and do a Blue Tansy Deep Dive. Plus, they hear from listeners about what to gift teachers and a possible Vintner’s Daughters dupe. Activity of the Day: Watch the Happiest Season trailer! (It co-stars past F35 guest Mary Holland, who also co-wrote it.)Follow us on Twitter (@Forever35Pod) and Instagram (@Forever35Podcast) and join the Forever35 Facebook Group (Password: Serums). Visit forever35podcast.com for links to everything we mention on the show. We're doing Office Hours! Click here for info.This week’s episode is sponsored by:BETTER HELP - Get 10% off your first month with the discount code FOREVER35. Go to betterhelp.com/FOREVER35 to get started today.ULTA BEAUTY - See the joy this holiday season! Shop in store, curbside pickup or online at ulta.com.HAWTHORNE - Find the perfect gift this holiday season by visiting Hawthorne.CO/GIFT! BRUUSH - Get an exclusive 25% off everything store-wide during the Pre-Black Friday sale today through November 22 when you use promo code FOREVER35-25 at bruush.com.STITCH FIX - Get started today at stitchfix.com/forever35 and you'll get an extra 25% off when you keep all items in your box.CONAIR - Try the Turbo Extreme Steam Handheld Steamer!To buy go to conair.com and search Turbo Extreme Steam.Theme music by Riot. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Feeling Blue: How Dental Hygienists Say Goodbye to Offices They Love By Mandy Macachor, RDH Original article published on Today's RDH: https://www.todaysrdh.com/feeling-blue-how-dental-hygienists-say-goodbye-to-offices-they-love/ Podcast audio article sponsored by LISTERINE® brand. Be the first to know the latest from LISTERINE® brand when you join LISTERINE® OFFICE ESSENTIALS® Program at http://rdh.tv/listerine. LISTERINE® OFFICE ESSENTIALS® Program offers exciting new content that explores topics meaningful and relevant to your practice, including tips on communicating with your patients, as well as ideas to help you grow your dental practice. Please note, although a sponsor of this audio article, LISTERINE® Brand and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. had no input into or control over the content being presented. Get daily dental hygiene articles at https://www.todaysrdh.com Follow Today's RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_rdh/
Hey Howdy Hey! Welcome to episode 38 of Disney Assembled. Blue is a color that describes much of what is happening right now. It can symbolize sadness over Disneyland remaining closed or cast member lay-offs. It can also represent, for some, happier feelings (insert reminder about being non-political here). Either way, blue is a color used for many of our favorite characters, and in this episode, we share talk about our favorite blue Disney characters. If you enjoy the show, please consider subscribing and giving us a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts. We would really appreciate it!! If you do, we might even read your review in a future episode. Want more Disney Assembled content? Have a Disney Dad Joke of the Week for consideration? Have an idea for a future episode? Follow and shoot us a message on our socials: @DisneyAssembled on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have a YouTube channel! Please subscribe so we can finally get our name in the url. If you really love Disney and want to go the extra mile to support us, please consider becoming a Disney Assembled patron on Patreon. For the price of a cup of coffee, you can help us out, get access to patron only content, and get a shout out on our show. Visit us on Patreon for details. Finally, if you want to show us some extra love, visit our Disney Assembled storeto purchase some excellent Disney Assembled merch. You can find links to all of the above, as well as links to where you can subscribe to the show, on our website: disneyassembled.com See you real soon! Troy & Mimi :) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/disneyassembled/message
On today’s episode, Jason and Producer Rob open things up with a quick shoutout to Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers for bouncing back following their stunning Game 4 loss and win Game 5 of the World Series. Next, Jason takes a small victory lap following Kyler Murray’s virtuoso performance on Sunday Night Football against Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Don’t look now but the Arizona Cardinals could threaten for the NFC West crown. Later, Jason explains why it’s so clear by now – if it wasn’t already before – that Tom Brady made the right choice by leaving Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are clearly the best team in the NFC, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. On the flip side, the Patriots appear to be a middling football team and are suddenly on the verge of completing their first October in 20 years. But, be wary Bucs fans as the addition of mercurial wide receiver Antonio Brown could throw a monkey wrench into all of this. Jason also shares his thoughts on Odell Beckham Jr’s unfortunate knee injury and explains why Baker Mayfield should still be able to thrive without him at least in the short term, and later tells us why the Detroit Lions’ come-from-behind victory against the Atlanta Falcons could give them the momentum they need to make a playoff push this season. Finally, Jason closes things out with the Monday Night Football edition of The Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
On today’s episode, Jason and Producer Rob open things up with a quick shoutout to Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers for bouncing back following their stunning Game 4 loss and win Game 5 of the World Series. Next, Jason takes a small victory lap following Kyler Murray’s virtuoso performance on Sunday Night Football against Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Don’t look now but the Arizona Cardinals could threaten for the NFC West crown. Later, Jason explains why it’s so clear by now – if it wasn’t already before – that Tom Brady made the right choice by leaving Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are clearly the best team in the NFC, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. On the flip side, the Patriots appear to be a middling football team and are suddenly on the verge of completing their first October in 20 years. But, be wary Bucs fans as the addition of mercurial wide receiver Antonio Brown could throw a monkey wrench into all of this. Jason also shares his thoughts on Odell Beckham Jr’s unfortunate knee injury and explains why Baker Mayfield should still be able to thrive without him at least in the short term, and later tells us why the Detroit Lions’ come-from-behind victory against the Atlanta Falcons could give them the momentum they need to make a playoff push this season. Finally, Jason closes things out with the Monday Night Football edition of The Best Bet. Click here to subscribe and download all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Join Robby, Eric, Matt and for the first time ever, a special guest, (Chelsea de Souza) as they journey into the realm of the forgotten. This week the crew travels to the UK to listen to the comedic genius of Russ Abbot on his track "Only One Man." (2:07) Next it's time to head to Boston to get a little funky, we listen to "My Turn" by Miss Fairchild. (12:36) After that it's time to take a trip to New York City, where we discover a surprising genre fusion, Ragtime Trip-Hop! We listen to Mark Birnbaum's title track on his album "Ragtime Trip-Hop." (22:00) Finally we take a trip into the past to hear some Blues. Willie Headen performs, "You Can Be Replaced." (33:00) Finally, find out what we listened to this week! (38:59) About the guest!Chelsea de Souza is a multi award winning pianist and Steinway Young Artist hailing from Mumbai, India. She is well versed as a performer in music from all genres and holds degrees from the Oberlin College and Conservatory, Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University and is currently pursuing her DMA at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. Her music has been heard by audiences around the world, find out more about her on her website at: https://www.chelseadesouza.com!
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Everyone has those days when they just feel sad for no reason. In this episode I talk about my guilt surrounding feeling sad when I have such a blessed life, and my hopes for a future where I can feel less down all the time. email me at_: email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diaryofalonelyteen/message
Episode 11 of Project Kayfabe IS HERE! For this episode, Finn and Joe review the newest Netflix movie - Enola Holmes. Turns out Vin Diesel released his first song, the NY Giants are still making Finn sad, and Avatar 2 is apparently finished! Thanks people! Connect With Us! Twitter: @project_kayfabe Instagram: @project_kayfabe Facebook: @projectkayfabepod Youtube: Project Kayfabe --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In yet another depressing episode the four sisters talk about feeling blue. The sisters discuss tips and tricks that they have each been trying, in order to get out of the blues. Tune in next week to see if it worked!For more content follow us on IG @foursistersrambling
Sometimes we feel blue. We may catch ourselves stuck in worry, discontent, or a feeling that is best described as “empty”. We must remember, that this is not a cage. It is an opportunity. If we take it apart, become stewards of our thinking and experts in the intricacies of our own human machines, these moments will become easier to navigate and fewer and far between. In this timely rewind lesson, we discuss the often overlooked reasons for the blues, their role in life school, and how to escape the darkness. © 2019 Universal Lessons LLC, lessonsfromtheuniverse.com
In this quick episode I discuss what went on at the Ubisoft Forward event, how playstation decided to make the game cases for the PS5 blue just like the PS4. IGN released their review of Ghost of Tsushima and its...good? Paper Mario: The Origami King won't have an Exp leveling up system, but instead coins you get to buy upgrades. Also upon switching podcast platforms I deleted my old follower feed by deleting my old platform account.
We love to give you really easy ideas that you can implement right NOW, to make your day a little better. Today, all we ask of you is to simply go outside. In this episode we discuss the mental and physical benefits of stepping out into the great outdoors...AND you don't even have to move! All these benefits come from just sitting:)
Hey everyone, I hope you are staying safe and healthy during these crazy times after a virus has turned the whole world upside down. You might even be feeling a little bit blue. I know I have felt... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
This is a loving practice. We just do what feels good. It is not about pushing too hard or staying too long in a pose. We enjoy our practice and accept ourselves as we are in this moment. Expect to practise a little bit of a variety of postures including: gentle twists, yummy hip openers, forward folds and chest and shoulder openers. If you enjoy the podcast please feel free to support me on my Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/sonsieYOGA Intro and outro music by the wonderful Luthia.
Ananda Project – “Cascades of Colour (feat. Gaelle Adisson)” [Nite Grooves] Jason Jinx Feat. Paul Alexande – “Your First Time” (Brett Johnson Remix) [Fluential] – – “-” (-) [-] Silicone Soul – “Feeling Blue” (Soul Mekanik Remix) [Soma] Kevin Over – “Spiller” [House Puff Record] Kyka & Chris Mil – “Nothing’s Ever Good Enough” [Channelled] […] The post Housetrap 16th Dec 2019 appeared first on SSRadio.
Whether you're having a gloomy day or need something uplifting to watch in the background, here are the laugh-out-loud-worthy movies you need to revisit. Devil Wears Prada Ferris Bueller's Day Off The Breakfast Club Moulin Rouge Matilda Coming to America 500 Days of Summer Harold and Maude Eve’s Bayou Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Is blue a color? An emotion? A song? An overused alien skin tone? One thing is for certain: Blue shows up an awful lot in MMORPG soundtrack, which is why the Battle Bards have mined their music libraries for the bluest of blue tunes to share. Will they come to a conclusion as to what "blue" means? And will Steff ever let go of a grudge? Probably never, but it'll be a fun listen even so! Episode 156 show notes (show page, direct download) Intro (feat. "Blue Dots" from Anarchy Online, "Limitless Blue" from FFXIV, and "Engage Blue" from Stargate Worlds) "Sapphire Basin" from Blade and Soul "The Tune of the Azure Light" from MapleStory "Synthquest Blue" from Star Citizen "Legend of the Blue Horizon" from WildStar "Blue Coral Dark" from Lime Odyssey "Blue Kojin Tribe" from Final Fantasy XIV "Cobalt Deep" from Vanguard Which one did we like most? Listener notes: Zinn and Zoward Jukebox Picks: "Brazil (Atomic Era)" Civilization VI, "Main Theme" from Old Man's Journey, and "Interred Glory" from Bloodstained Outro (feat. "Blue Giant" from Elite Dangerous) Stinger: Battle Bards' t-shirt store Talk to the Battle Bards on Twitter! Follow Battle Bards on iTunes, Stitcher, Player.FM, Google Play, iHeartRadio, and Pocket Casts!
Buster talks to Jon Sciambi about the continued downward spiral of the Mets and the pitching market (10:46). Plus, he sounds off on baseball's perceived "home run problem." Marly Rivera also discusses Vlad Guerrero Jr.'s struggles and the dominance of the Dodgers (40:24). And, "The Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (33:22).
On this Trash-Talking Tuesday with The Odd Couple, Chris Broussard and Rob Parker cover the hottest topics in sports, starting with the Los Angeles Lakers head-coach search and their meeting with Jason Kidd, with Lakers legend Kurt Rambis in attendance…and Chris & Rob have had just about enough of this incestuous Lakers front office. New York Giants GM Dave Gettleman threw underhanded comments at Former Giants WR Odell-Beckham Jr., and we just think Odell could’ve handled his response a lot better. Is Detroit the worst sports city of all time? Chris seems to think so! Our guests tonight: Antonio Daniels, NBA Champion/Fox Sports NBA Analyst, joins the show to talk all things NBA Playoff, and Former NFL GM/NFL Network Analyst Charley Casserly calls in to address the OBJ drama and the NFL Draft. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Sometimes we feel blue. We may catch ourselves stuck in worry, discontent, or a feeling that is best described as “empty”. We must remember, that this is not a cage. It is an opportunity. If we take it apart, become stewards of our thinking, experts in the intricacies of our own human machines, these moments will become easier to navigate and fewer and far between. In Lesson 65, we discuss the often overlooked reasons for the blues, their role in life school, and how to escape the darkness. © 2019 Universal Lessons LLC, psychicjenniferhall.com
On this Trash-Talkin’ Tuesday on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker, the crew discusses the hottest topics in the sports world, beginning with the controversial exchange between NBA Superstar Russell Westbrook and a Utah Jazz fan who allegedly shouted racial slurs to Westbrook mid-game. Rob and Chris discuss why they feel that security needs a bigger presence during games and how Westbrook needs to develop thicker skin. The guys react LIVE to the blockbuster trade in the NFL that saw the New York Giants trade Superstar WR Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns; Rob can’t seem to fathom what the Giants were thinking by doing the deal & Chris is hyped for his “hometown” Browns. Our guests today, Fox Sports NFL Insider Jay Glazer and NFL Insider with The Athletic Gary Myers join the show to give their opinions on the blockbuster deal, and Jay explains why he saw a deal involving OBJ coming from a mile away. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
What up stoke nation, in this episode we dissect the Alex Jones/Joe Rogan episode, discuss the Rock's fire charisma, how we overcome times when we're down and how much we love busyness. Dive on in, stokers for a wild ass ride. Jabwow. For Going Deep tees, check out: www.chadgoesdeep.com Check out our patreon: www.patreon.com/chadgoesdeep
It’s The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker! Chris and Rob speculate whether the locker room spat between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green that led to Draymond getting suspended was about Durant’s impending free agency, and debate whether Kevin Durant or Steph Curry is the Warriors’ most important player. The guys also discuss the on-court problems facing Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics. And, FOX Sports NFL insider Jay Glazer checks in to explain the events that led to the NFL moving the Rams-Chiefs game from Mexico City to Los Angeles, and Hall of Fame defensive back Rod Woodson stops by to explain why he doesn’t think Eli Manning is a Hall of Famer and why he still doesn’t understand Le’Veon Bell’s decision to skip the entire 2018 season. Plus, Rob identifies the best teams in the NFL in the latest installment of Parker’s Power Rankings, and the guys deliver another award-winning edition of Trash Talkin’ Tuesday! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com