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The Zaddy Zone
Amy Chan x Revitalizing Relationships (W/Yourself too ;))

The Zaddy Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 57:41


Lend an ear and mend your heart, or get on the road to it because I'm chatting with Amy Chan! A relationship and breakup specialist. We discuss all things relationship: getting into them, getting out of them, attachment styles, how to avoid toxic communication habits, dating and honesty, why we're attracted to assholes, the science behind it all, the list goes on! Amy Chan is the Founder of Renew Breakup Bootcamp, a retreat that takes a scientific and spiritual approach to healing the heart. She is also the Editor-in-Chief of Heart Hackers Club – an online magazine that focuses on the psychology behind love, lust and desire. The Observer calls her  “A relationship expert whose work is like that of a scientific Carrie Bradshaw” and her company has been featured across national media including Good Morning America, Vogue, Glamour, Nightline and the front page of The New York Times. Her book, Breakup Bootcamp – The Science of Rewiring Your Heart, published by Harper Collins, is available at all bookstores now.Our sponsor, BiOptimizers - the makers of Magnesium Breakthrough - is offering additional bonus gifts for the next 1,000 customers or while supplies last. They are including free bottles of their full line of digestive health products including their powerful digestive enzymes - MassZymes, their patented probiotic - P3-OM, and their HCL product to alleviate heartburn and acid reflux.Want some? Get some at magbreakthrough.com/zaddy and enter code zaddy to activate this exclusive limited-time offer.You can find her:@missamychan@missamychanBooksLinkedinamy-chan.comSubscribe or keep tuning in at:@thelukecookTik-tokthelukecook.comYoutubeNewsletter

A Quest for Well-Being
There Is Liberation In This Moment — Are You Here?

A Quest for Well-Being

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 28:49


— Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is an extensively researched psychotherapy method that can be performed via telehealth or in person. EMDR is used to accelerate the resolution of trauma in fewer sessions than traditional psychotherapy. EMDR does not require talking about details but rather, mental processing of events. This can be especially helpful for issues that bring up guilt, shame or general feelings of discomfort we cannot pinpoint. Valeria interviews Mary Moore — she is a licensed professional counselor associate and the Clinical Director of Lake Austin Psychotherapy based in Austin, Texas. Mary is an EMDR-trained clinician specializing in PTSD, trauma, anxiety, depression, infertility and pregnancy loss and was trained by the Center for Prolonged Grief at Columbia in Prolonged Grief Disorder Therapy. Moore is a member of the professional task force for the American Counseling Association and an associate member of EMDRIA, (the EMDR International Association) the organization for clinicians and researchers that upholds the highest standard of clinical use for EMDR. She lectures nationally and has written on a variety of mental health topics for outlets including The New York Times, Glamour, Marie Claire and The Huffington Post. To learn more about Mary Moore and her work, please visit: lakeaustinpsychotherapy.com           — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.

Pica en Punta
#PicaEnPunta - Música, Glamour y Caca 05/08

Pica en Punta

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 6:08


Décimo tercer episodio de la siempre impecable y sorprendente columna de Catalina Carpena. Noticias del entorno musical que tienen una historia atrás. Esta vez la historia de algunos músicos y su relación con la droga. Sencillamente imperdible. Lo que nadie te quiso contar y Cata sí. Hay data Cata?

The Papaya Podcast
The One About The Power Of Plus with Author Gianluca Russo

The Papaya Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:53 Very Popular


Fashion and culture writer, Gianluca Russo, has spent much of his career documenting about fashion and culture, sure, but specialising in body diversity within it. Gianluca's work has appeared in GQ, Glamour, InStyle, Teen Vogue, and now a new book including interviews with some of the biggest names in plus fashion and modelling titled: The Power Of Plus. Today, Gianluca joins us to discuss the book and the ongoing conversations of change, and why we should all care - plus or not. You can find the book The Power Of Plus August 16th + follow on IG @powerofplus.co & @G_Russo1   Produced by Dear Media 

Sense of Soul Podcast
Tao of Inner Peace

Sense of Soul Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 56:14


Today on Sense of Soul Podcast we welcomed Diane Dreher, PhD, she is the author of five nonfiction books including the best-selling Tao of Inner Peace. She is an award-winning university professor and positive psychology researcher whose work on hope has been recognized internationally. Diane has a master's degree in counseling and is credentialed as a positive psychology coach with the International Coaching Federation. She is also a lecturer and fellow of the Positive Psychology Guild in the UK. Diane's books, workshops, and webinars blend the wisdom of the past with powerful strategies from contemporary psychology and neuroscience to help us meet the challenges of our time with greater courage, creativity, and hope. Diane's books have been translated into ten languages and her work has been featured in USA Today, Entrepreneur, Redbook, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Science of Mind, radio and TV talk shows, and web sites on leadership and personal growth.  Visit her website: https://www.dianedreher.com https://www.northstarpersonalcoaching.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianedreher/ https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/65249.Diane_Dreher Visit Sense of Soul at www.mysenseofsoul.com Do you want Ad Free episodes? Join our Sense of Soul Patreon!! Our community of seekers and lightworkers who get exclusive discounts, live events like SOS Sacred Circles, ad free episodes and more. You can also listen to Shanna's new mini series, about the Goddess Sophia! Sign up today and help support our podcast. As a member of any level you get 50% off Shanna's Soul Immersion Healing Experience! Right now we are doing an Empath workshop, come join us! https://www.patreon.com/senseofsoul Try KACHAVA! Your Daily Superblend. For your gut, your brain, your muscles, your skin, your hair, your heart. Your whole health. Use this link below!  https://www.kachava.com/senseofsoul

Quoi de Meuf
(Rediff) - Les bons comptes font les bonnes féministes

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 49:29


L'équipe Quoi de Meuf espère de tout coeur que vous passez un bel été ! L'occasion de ré(écouter) des épisodes marquants du podcast. Et cette semaine, on vous propose un épisode marquant, avec Clémentine et Kaoutar. Bonne écoute ! L'argent a servi, depuis le début de l'histoire, comme système d'oppression et de domination sur les femmes. Entre inégalité salariale, violence économique et tabou, de nouvelles formes de lutte ont émergé telles que l'économie et les impôts féministes. Clémentine Gallot et Kaoutar Harchi nous en parlent dans ce nouvel épisode de Quoi de Meuf. Les références entendues dans l'épisode : Rends l'argent est un podcast de Titiou Lecoq, produit et réalisé par Slate.fr sous la direction de Christophe Carron et Benjamin Saeptem Hours, avec Aurélie Rodrigues.Jean-Claude Bologne, “Histoire du célibat et des célibataires”, Hachette (2007)Christine Delphy, Nicole-Claude Mathieu, Colette Guillaumin et Paola Tabet, “L'ennemi principal” (1970)Frédéric Salin, “Les échanges économico-sexuels”, Regards croisés sur l'économie, 2014Hélène Périvier, “L'économie féministe”, Presses Sciences Po (2020)Esther Duflo, est une économiste franco-américaine qui a reçu le Prix Nobel d'économie (2019)“Le féminisme à l'assaut de l'homo economicus”, L'Économie politique (2020)Céline Bessière et Cyrille Gollac, “Le Genre du capital”, La Découverte (2020)Women's Policy Research est une organisation fondée en 1987 par Heidi Hartmann pour répondre aux besoins de recherche centrée sur les femmes et axée sur les politiques.“Comment l'Islande impose l'égalité salariale”, Le Point (2018)Le podcast de Splash “Les inégalités salariales hommes/femmes : a-t-on tout essayé ‪?‬” a écouter ici “La précarité financière des ménages est liée au divorce et au chômage”, La Croix (1998)Kathleen Wuyard, “Trop pauvre pour divorcer”, la vérité derrière le commentaire polémique de Julie Graziani”, Flair (2019)“Le couple, l'amour et l'argent. La construction conjugale des dimensions économiques de la relation amoureuse” est le fruit d'une réflexion conduite par la sociologue Caroline Henchoz. “Pourquoi il faut mettre en place un impôt féministe”, Slate (2020)Blandine Parchemal, “Prélèvement à la source : à quand une réforme fiscale féministe ?”, Libération, 2019Marc Vignaud, “Les femmes, ces (autres) grandes perdantes de l'impôt sur le revenu”, Le Point (2013)Titiou Lecoq, “À quoi bon le féminisme si les femmes n'ont pas de pouvoir économique ?”, Slate (2020)Jessica Robinson, “Financial feminism” (2021)Jessica Robinson, “Financial Feminism: Here's how we can empower women to use their wealth to build a better world”, Glamour (2021) Le podcast “Ma juste valeur” de Lean In FranceLa société Gloria organise des ateliers pour optimiser son budget (avec Valérie Boas, spécialiste des finances personnelles et du rapport à l'argent) Le podcast “Travail en cours” de Louie Media Caroline Castrillon, “Why It's Time For Women To Break The Money Taboo”, Thrive Global (2019)Sex and the City, de Darren Star, HBO (1998-2004)Shameless, de John Wells (2011)Succession de Jesse Armstrong (2018)Industry de Mickey Down et Konrad Kay (2020)Le Loup de Wall Street de Martin Scorsese (2013)The Good fight de Robert King (2017)Alex Heigl, “'It's Not Right': 27 Actresses Who've Spoken Out About Being Paid Less than Male Stars”, People (2019)La chanson La Thune d'Angèle (2018)Yannick Ripa, “Histoire féminine de la France : de la révolution à la loi Veil”, Belin (2020)Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Rédaction en chef : Clémentine Gallot. Journaliste chroniqueuse : Kaoutar Harchi. Mixage par Laurie Galligani. Générique réalisé par Aurore Meyer Mahieu. Réalisation, Montage et coordination Ashley Tola.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Vorgeplänkel - der Fußball-Stammtisch Podcast
59 - Botox für den Fussball

Vorgeplänkel - der Fußball-Stammtisch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 60:14


Folge 59 eures Lieblingspodcasts wird präsentiert von 7up, ABN-AMRO, Danone, Faber Lotto und Nintendo. Stammhörer*innen wissen jetzt schon, woher der Hase weht. Stilsicher wie Guido Maria Kretschmer küren die Jungs ihre Lieblingstrikots. 90er Romantik vorprogrammiert. Braucht Patrick aber auch zum runterkommen, nachdem das Zeitspiel der Engländerinnen ihn in Rage gebracht hat. Danach geht's um die Wurst. Um die Stadionwurst, um die kleine Salsicha von Cristiano und um Jens Lehmann, dem inzwischen alles wurst ist. Wie immer extra scharf und feurig: Vorgeplänkel, out now!

Royce Glamour Show
Royce Glamour Show August 04, 2022

Royce Glamour Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 122:31


Royce and Donald chat about Voting.

The Power of Love Show
‘Grief Is Love: Living With Loss' With Author, Marisa Renee Lee

The Power of Love Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 51:36


On this episode of The Power of Love Show we welcome special guest and author of, ‘Grief Is Love: Living With Loss', Marisa Renee Lee. Former appointee in the Obama White House and writer, Marisa Renee Lee says, “Grief requires a degree of vulnerability that America doesn't freely give Black Americans; you can't grieve when you can't breathe. The lack of safety and support is something we must learn to demand to fully heal from our many losses.” Author Marisa Renee Lee shows what it looks like to live a full and joyful life after experiencing a life-changing loss. In her book, Grief Is Love, she reveals that healing does not mean moving on—healing means learning to acknowledge and create space for your grief, forever. She guides you through the pain of grief—whether you lost the person recently or long ago—she shows you what it looks like to honor your loss on your unique terms, and she debunks the idea of grief stages or timelines. Living with loss requires you to learn how to love yourself and the one you lost with the same depth, passion, joy, and commitment you did when they were alive, perhaps even more. At its core, Grief is Love explores what comes after death, and shows us that if we can own and honor what we've lost, we can have a beautiful and joyful life in the midst of grief. Marisa Renee Lee is a called upon advocate, writer, and speaker on coping with grief. She is a rabble-rouser of social healing: former managing director of My Brother's Keeper Alliance; co-founder of the digital platform Supportal; and founder of The Pink Agenda; a national organization dedicated to raising money for breast cancer care, research, and awareness. She is a regular contributor to Glamour, Vogue, MSNBC, and CNN. She is a graduate of Harvard and an avid home cook. She lives with her husband Matt, their newborn son Bennett, and their dog, Sadie. Learn more: * Website: MarisaReneeLee.com * Instagram: @MarisaReneeLee * ‘Grief Is Love' Book (Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/Grief-Love-Marisa-Renee-Lee/dp/0306926024/ref=nodl_?dplnkId=9d90c43c-50b1-4a09-8ad0-9f17193fab36 * ‘Grief Is Love' Book (Bookshop): https://bookshop.org/books/grief-is-love-living-with-loss/9780306926020 AUGUST FUNDRAISER: DDJF + Grief Coach In memory of Dee Dee Jackson & in support of grieving teens Link to donate: https://ddjf.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTU2NDc4 Did you know that you can support DDJF while you shop on Amazon at no cost to you? Add DDJF as your selected charity via Amazon Smile: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/chpf/dashboard/ref=smi_nav_surl_mi_x_mkt Can't make the live-stream? You can always watch our syndicated interviews later on YouTube or Facebook! Prefer to listen as a podcast? Click here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-Nd1HTnbaI Like Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/884355188308946/ Join our Official Facebook Page full of supportive community members: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500933326745571/?ref=share_group_link Have you subscribed to our Podcast? Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Spotify Podcasts : https://open.spotify.com/show/6X6zGAPmdReRrlLO0NW4n6?si=bhNl9GjJRxKXUvTdwZme6Q The Power of Love Show is a weekly show sponsored by The Dee Dee Jackson Foundation where we shine a light on loss and grief and how it impacts our lives. Our aim is to build a community where we share inspiring stories, interview experts, learn, grow and empower one another to find proper and healthy healing. Visit the DDJF official website: http://www.ddjf.org/ Check Out DDJF Merch: https://teespring.com/.../collection/All%20Products... Join the Dee Dee Jackson Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500933326745571 Follow us on Instagram: @DeeDeeJacksonFoundation • https://instagram.com/deedeejacksonfoundation?utm_medium=copy_link --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepowerofloveshow/support

Standing Tall
How To Make It Far In Modeling w/ Petite & Curvy Model Alicia Gutierrez

Standing Tall

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 51:15


Spanish petite and curvy model Alicia Gutierrez applied 15 times to top modeling agency One Management before she got signed and moved to the US. Now as an international model, she talks about the mentality that has helped her get this far and book shoots for Glossier, H&M, Target, Glamour magazine & Vogue Magazine to name a few. Follow Alicia on instagram @aliguty and TikTok @aligutyy --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/andrea-ventura/support

Creatividad en Ñ
E44 • ¿Cómo consumir moda de manera consciente? • Creatividad en Ñ

Creatividad en Ñ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 45:58


En la actualidad, muchos industriales de la moda están buscando maneras de generar prendas usando materiales con bajo impacto ambiental, orgánicos y recuperados sin dejar de cubrir la esencia de la moda. Otra manera de cuidar más nuestro planeta es crear conciencia en la población en cuanto al consumo a través del reciclaje de ropa. Nuestra invitada de hoy en Creatividad en Ñ, Ifigenia Martínez, ha creado una marca de ropa reciclada llamada **Bi Upcycle** que como bien dice es solo un granito de arena en este fascinante mundo del fashion.Ifigenia es diseñadora de vestuario y ha trabajado para películas y series en plataformas como Apple, Amazon y Netflix. Ha hecho portadas para revistas como Vogue, Elle y Glamour. Ha vestido a famosos de la talla de Diego Luna, Chayanne, Alejandro Fernández, Ana de la Reguera entre otras celebridades. “Me encanta el poder que tienen las prendas de ropa y cómo podemos usarlas a nuestro favor” acota Ifigenia. ¡No se pierdan este episodio!Contacto:ideas@creatividadeneñe.comAmaranta Martínez https://www.instagram.com/thesuperama/ Jucel Meneses https://www.instagram.com/jucelmeneses/ CULTURIZANDO https://culturizando.com/podcast/

Pica en Punta
#PicaEnPunta - Música, Glamour y Caca 29/07

Pica en Punta

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 3:13


Décimo tercer episodio de la siempre impecable y sorprendente columna de Catalina Carpena. Noticias del entorno musical que tienen una historia atrás. Esta vez la historia de los motivos que dieron origen a los nombres de algunas bandas y probablemente no sabías. Sencillamente imperdible. Lo que nadie te quiso contar y Cata sí. Hay data Cata?

BGMania: A Video Game Music Podcast
Radio Hour, Volume 49

BGMania: A Video Game Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 52:22


Episode #245 of BGMania: A Video Game Music Podcast. This week on the show, Bryan from RPGera closes out another month with an eclectic mix of tracks in Volume 49 of Radio Hour! Email the show at bgmaniapodcast@gmail.com with requests for upcoming episodes, questions, feedback, comments, concerns, whatever you want really! Special thanks to our Executive Producers: Jexak & Xancu. EPISODE PLAYLIST AND CREDITS High-Noon Hoopla from Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course [Kristofer Maddigan, 2022] Town of Toads and Stickers, Decalberg from Paper Mario: Sticker Star [Hiroaki Hanaoka, Hiroki Morishita, Kiyoshi Hazemoto, Kosei Muraki, Masanori Adachi, Saki Kurata, Shoh Murakami, Tomoko Sano, Yasuhisa Baba, Yasumasa Yamada & Yoshito Sekigawa, 2012] Overworld from Dokapon Kingdom [Shigeki Hayashi, 2007] Minima Memoria from Void & Meddler [Waveland & Red City Noise, 2015] Emun Veambitzya from Rusty Hearts [GameNSound, 2011] Theme of Poison from Ultra Street Fighter IV [Hideyuki Fukasawa, 2014] Urban Freeway from Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match [Junya Matsuoka, Shinya Ishikawa & Michio Kinugasa, 2011] The Almighty Violet Thunder -Raiden Shogun Boss Theme- from Genshin Impact 2.5 [Yu-Peng Chen, 2022] Menu Music from Zoo Tycoon [Steven Serafino, 2001] Death by Glamour from Undertale [Toby Fox, 2015] Default Club Sound from STRAY [Yann Van Der Cruyssen, 2022] Gluttony Boss from Hell Pie [Alexander Binderer & Lukas Meinardus, 2022] Under the Apple Tree from Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII [Takeharu Ishimoto, 2007] MA07S from Marion [Unknown, 1994] SUPPORT US Patreon: https://patreon.com/rpgera CONTACT US Website: https://rpgera.com Discord: https://discord.gg/cC73Heu Twitch: https://twitch.tv/leveldowngames Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginalLDG Instagram: https://instagram.com/bryan.ldg/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/leveldowngaming RPGERA PODCAST NETWORK Very Good Music: A VGM Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bgmania/message

Quoi de Meuf
(Rediff) - Téléréalité, ton univers impitoyable

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 59:44


L'équipe Quoi de Meuf espère de tout coeur que vous passez un bel été ! L'occasion de ré(écouter) des épisodes marquants du podcast. Et cette semaine, on vous propose un épisode marquant, avec Clémentine et Pauline. Bonne écoute ! LLoft Story, Secret Story, Les Anges… tous ces noms évoquent toute une époque autour des téléréalités qui ont explosé à partir des années 2000. Certains spectateurs s'identifient à ce type d'émissions, les considérant comme authentiques et réalistes. Tandis que d'autres les voient comme une forme de télé-poubelle, reflétant tout ce qu'il a de plus banal et vide dans nos sociétés. Dans cet épisode, Clémentine Gallot et Pauline Verduzier décortiquent l'envers du décor d'un phénomène marqué par des tensions et des rebondissements. Les références entendues dans l'épisode : Khedidja Zerouali, “Les Anges de la télé-réalité: un enfer de sexisme”, Médiapart (2021)The real world de Mary-Ellis Bunim et Jonathan Murray (1992)An american family de Craig Gilbert (1973)Alessa Dominguez, “The Real World” Pioneered Reality TV As We Know It — But At What Cost?”, Buzzfeednews (2021)Big Brother de John de Mol Produkties (1999)Survivor de Charlie Parsons (1997)Loft Story de John de Mol (2001)Nice people de So Nice Production et Endemol (2003)Secret Story d'Edemol Productions (2007)Bachelor, le gentleman célibataire du Groupe M6 (2003)La Ferme Célébrités de Strix Television (2004)“Rapport relatif à la représentation des femmes dans les programmes des services de télévision et de radio - Exercice 2015”, CSA (2016)Rachid Zerrouki, “La télé-réalité, du divertissement à l'abrutissement”, Slate (2018)Haut conseil à l'égalité entre les femmes et les hommes, “2ème état des lieux du sexisme en France : combattre le sexisme en entreprise, dans les médias et en politique”, HCE (2020)Virginie Ballet, “La télé-réalité est une grande pourvoyeuse de sexisme”, Libération (2020)Kovie Biakolo, “Why can't really TV stop stereotyping black women ?”, Pacific Standard (2019)Hannah Giorgis, “Love Is Blind Was the Ultimate Reality-TV Paradox”, The Atlantic (2020)La Villa des cœurs brisés de Ah! Productions (2015)Camille Baron et Ayoub Bel-Hyad, “La télé-réalité, nouvelle école de l'amour”, Slate (2019)Mariés au premier regard de Studio 89 Productions (2016)Nora Bouazzouni, “Mariés au premier regard» a un problème avec le consentement”, Slate (2020)Christopher Rosa, “Everything to Know About Matt James, the First Black Bachelor”, Glamour (2021)Connor Garel, “Netflix's ‘Love Is Blind' Contestant Says Her Story Is 'Bigger Than Race'”, HuffPost (2020)Meredith Blake, “Why are ‘The Bachelor' and ‘The Bachelorette' so white? Lifetime's ‘UnREAL' explores the issue”, Los Angeles Times (2016)Nathalie Nadaud-Albertini, 12 ans de télé-réalité : au-delà des critiques morales, INA Editions (2013)Elise Lambert, “Vingt ans après "Loft Story", la téléréalité est-elle vraiment devenue un programme comme les autres ?”, Franceinfo (2021)Terrace House de Fuji TV (2012)Eric Margolis, “The Fall of Terrace House”, The New York Times (2020)Here comes honey boo boo de Authentic Entertainment (2012)Duck Dinasty de Deirdre Gurney (2012)Anne-Laure Pineau, “Koh-Lanta” sur TF1 : des candidates face à l'épreuve du sexisme”, Télérama (2020)Les merveilles d'Alice Rohrwacher (2014)The Truman show de Petter Weir (1998)Constance Dovergne, “Portrait : Dans l'intimité de Magali Berdah, la patronne des stars de la téléréalité”, Vanity Fair (2021)Lili Sohn, Mamas, Casterman (2019) Nora Bouazzouni, Steaksisme. En finir avec le mythe de la végé et du viandard, Nourriturfu (2021)Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Rédaction en chef : Clémentine Gallot. Journaliste chroniqueuse: Pauline Verduzier. Mixage par Laurie Galligani. Prise de son par Adrien Beccaria à l'Arrière Boutique. Générique réalisé par Aurore Meyer Mahieu. Réalisation, Montage et coordination par Ashley Tola. Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bannon's War Room
Episode 2039: Assisaination Plot On 3 Conservative Justices; Zelensky Jumps The Shark With Glamour Vogue Cover; Cynthia Hughes Live

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 Very Popular


We discuss the Arizona, Mom's for Liberty, J6, and more. Our Guests Are: Kari Lake, Tiffany Justice, Ben Harnwell, Mike Davis, Cynthia HughesStay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/joinAired On: 7/29/2022Watch:On the Web: http://www.warroom.orgOn Gettr: @WarRoomOn Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bioOn TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews

Movies That Made Us Gay
157. Who Framed Roger Rabbit with special guest Dax Exclamationpoint

Movies That Made Us Gay

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 84:41


"I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way." We watch Who Framed Roger Rabbit with the Queen of all nerds herself, Dax Exclamationpoint and things are about to get real nerdy up in here.  This movie was the original Multiverse of Madness for kids in the '80s and '90s.  We collectively lost our tiny minds when we saw the titans of Disney and Warner Brothers together on screen for the first time! Jessica Rabbit, voiced to perfection by the amazing Kathleen Turner, may have been a sexual awakening for a generation of straight boys - but for the gays she was a revalation.  She introduced gay kids across the land to Glamour with a capital G and we've been chasing that glittery high ever since. Joanna Cassidy ("I'm right on top of that Rose") is doing the lords work delivering the silliest of lines with deadpan drama and looking like a million bucks in these '40s fashions. This movie also collectively traumatized a generation of kids with it's batsh*t villain Judge Doom, played to chilling perfection by Christopher Lloyd.  If you're into voluptuous cartoon babes, onscreen murder of cute cartoon characters and plenty of sexual innuendo this is the kids movie for you! Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! www.patreon.com/moviesthatmadeusgay Facebook/Instagram: @moviesthatmadeusgay Twitter: @MTMUGPod Scott Youngbauer: Twitter @oscarscott / Instagram @scottyoungballer Peter Lozano: Twitter/Instagram @peterlasagna

The Embodiment Podcast
433. Sexual Healing and Life Force Recovery. With Kim Anami and Patricia Aguirra

The Embodiment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 62:55


Tantra, Taoism, Osho, Transpersonal psychology, philosophy and a host of quantum growth-accelerating practices I use to propel clients into higher stratospheres of connection, intimacy, energy and creativity. Published in :  Playboy, Elle, Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire, Allure, Glamour, Women's Health, Shape, Cosmopolitan, Self, Flare, The Sunday Times (UK), The Daily Mirror (UK), The Daily Mail (UK), The Daily Express (UK), The Independent (UK), GQ, FHM, Maxim, Metro, In Touch, People, Closer, Grazia, The Huffington Post, The Huffington Post Live, Salon, Yahoo, BuzzFeed, Mashable, national talk shows from E! Network and CNN to NPR and various international radio and television programs around the globe. Website : https://kimanami.com/

That's Total Mom Sense
Kelly Hughes: Swimsuit Model Makes History by Showing of C-Section Scar

That's Total Mom Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 39:24


News flash! There's no such thing as the snapback, or getting back to your pre-baby weight, after childbirth. Our bodies transform and organs move around in preparation for childbirth, so it's unrealistic for us to think that a weeks later, we can go back to how we used to be. Many of us, including me, have had C-sections and our scars are proof of how resilient and miraculous the female body is. If you haven't heard of her already, model Kelly Hughes is making waves as the FIRST model featured in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue to show off her C-section scar. Kelly Hughes started modeling over 20 years ago with Next Models - her mother agency. When she started her career there was something about the energy and adrenaline on set that made her embrace this industry and never look back. In 2009 work slowed due to the recession so Hughes began working part-time in a restaurant and noticed her manager had a stack of bracelets on his wrist. She went home that night and out of a determined spirit and a God-given talent she made her first bracelet that would launch her jewelry line, HÜES. With word of mouth, she sold over 200 bracelets, launched her first store Base (on Lincoln Road in Miami) and now has her unisex jewelry collection worn by celebrities including JBalvin, Ricky Martin, Chayenne, Zion y Lennox, Alicia Keys, Maxwell, Young Thug, and many more. In 2018, Kelly added mother to her already impressive resume, which she credits as her most rewarding accomplishment. She's the poster child for motherhood with her bikini centerfold embracing what all moms should - scars and all. Meet My Guest: WEBSITE: ByHues.com INSTAGRAM: @byhues INSTAGRAM: @kellyhues Press GOOD MORNING AMERICA: Model shows C-section scar in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 1st GLAMOUR: A Model With a C-Section Scar Posed for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue for the First Time Ever Mom Haul: ISAGENIX: Collagen Elixir   Check out the full interview here on KanikaChaddaGupta.com. 

NotCarrieBradshaw
Rigid Things Break Easier

NotCarrieBradshaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 34:22


Welcome (back) to the Not Carrie Bradshaw podcast. It's been a minute and we're happy to have you! In this episode, Jess is sharing some of the discussions she's having with friends in her DM's, as well as an end-of-season fashion tip. Be sure to like, comment, share, subscribe, rate, review, and join our Patreon community here: https://www.patreon.com/notcarrieb Link to Lovers and Friends podcast episode mentioned: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-baby-my-man-and-it-works-for-us-feat-jasmin-watch-jazzy-brown/id1586679298?i=1000568077766 Link to Glamour story on Pink Sauce here: https://www.glamour.com/story/tiktok-pink-sauce-chef Link to my liketoknowit page to shop: https://www.shopltk.com/explore/notcarriebradshaw

Cancel Me, Baby!
Ep 146: When Don Draper No Longer Excites Your Nipples

Cancel Me, Baby!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 50:49


Former Hollywood actress (Modern Family, New Girl) turned marketing extraordinaire (featured at SXSW, by Glamour, etc) Kelsey Formost is back for PART 2 of our fascinating conversation on the inner working of manipulation and power in none other than... show business, baby!!! Kelsey reveals why she full-on walked out of an audition for a famed horror franchise. She openly speaks to pissing off your reps, dicey Me Too situations, looking at Mad Men in a different light, the return of Entourage (will boys be boys?), art mirroring reality no matter how much they want to erase that, and do gay men give away their gayness in straight on-screen scenes? If so, can you blame 'em?! And lastly, the state of womanhood -- whatever that even means right now. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taylor-ferber/support

Pep Talks for Artists
Ep 32: Ways of Seeing by John Berger

Pep Talks for Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 99:21


Mandy is back to help me dissect this beloved classic book "Ways of Seeing" 1972 (and BBC TV show) by John Berger. Welcome back, Mandy! And, as always on Book Talks, much art-nerdery was indulged. Come along with us as we consider Berger's thoughts on Art: aka How it was changed by the age of reproduction, How the Nude functions as a tool for the Male Gaze, and How art is used as a status symbol for the wealthy, and in advertising to create Glamour. "Ways of Seeing" was created mainly by John Berger (writer/host), Michael Dibb (filmmaker), Delia Derbyshire (composer), and Richard Hollis (book designer) with help from others. The project was conceived specifically to "question some of the assumptions usually made about the tradition of European Painting. That tradition which was born about 1400, and dies about 1900.” In the TV series (and in direct contrast to Kenneth Clark's big budget show, “Civilisation”), Berger shows up against a slightly shabby blue screen in a partially unbuttoned white and brown patterned shirt (he bought it right before the shoot bc he had been wearing blue) with kind of wild curly hair (kinda like Michael Landon style), and in slacks…he's casual- he's scrappy - parts of the show were even assembled in his parent's living room. He's earnest, feminist, anti-capitalist and unlike the posh-speaking Clark, he has a slight speech impediment…and Berger is ready to burn it all to the ground. "Ways of Seeing," the book, is available at most bookstores and "Ways of Seeing," the BBC tv program, is available to stream for free on Youtube A few grateful shout-outs to writers who we used for research for this talk: Olivia Laing / The Guardian, Kate Abbott / The Guardian and Sam Haselby / Aeon.co John Berger's other books: His novel "G" and also books about art's role in contemporary society: "About Looking" and "The Shape of a Pocket" Extra shout-outs: Composer, Delia Derbyshire, "The Man with the Movie Camera" film by Dziga Vertov, poster by Alexander Rodchenko, Walter Benjamin's "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction,” Eva Figes, book "Patriarchal Attitudes," Jane Kenrick, one of five who had been on trial for protesting against the 1970 Miss World contest, Laura Mulvey's “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” Linda Nochlin's “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists," "Landscape & Power" by WJT Mitchell, "Looking at the Overlooked" by Norman Bryson Send me a voice message on Speakpipe.com about what you love and dislike about NYC! I'll use the recording in a future ep about Marsden Hartley: https://www.speakpipe.com/peps Follow Pep Talks on IG: @peptalksforartists Donate to the Peps: Buy Me a Coffee or https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/support. Amy's website: https://www.amytalluto.com/ All music tracks and SFX are licensed from Soundstripe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/support

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2285: Ann Louise Gittleman , Ph.D. ~ NY Times, CNN, TIME , A Renown First Ladies of Nutrition- Digestive Health & Immunity Pt. 2~ AnnLouise.com

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 16:26


CNN, TIME  GMA, The View, A Renown First Lady of Nutrition Ann Louise is a Visionary, health guru, diet/detox expert, author, spokesperson, role model, natural foods icon. Ann Louise Gittleman Ph.D., CNS. has always been a trendsetter. She is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of over thirty books on health and healing, including  In her latest game-changing book Radical Longevity,, Others  books include,: Fat Flush for Life and Zapped. She has been seen on Dr. Phil, The View, Extra, Good Morning America, PBS, and CNN. Her work has been noted in Time, Newsweek, Vogue, Glamour, 0, The Oprah Magazine, and The New York Times. Gittleman holds a Ph.D. in holistic nutrition and a master's degree in nutrition education, and is a Certified Nutrition Specialist. AnnLouise .com © 2022 All Rights Reserved© 2022 BuildingAbundantSuccess!!Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBAS 

Embracing Holland
Hard Landings with Cammie McGovern

Embracing Holland

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 72:36


If you've ever worried about what adulthood might look like after high school or you've ever been inspired to create a meaningful space for your child to spend adulthood, tune in to our interview with critically acclaimed author, Cammie McGovern.    Cammie McGovern was awarded a creative writing fellowship at Stanford University, and has received numerous prizes for her short fiction. Her stories have appeared in many magazines including Glamour, Ladies Home Journal, Redbook and Seventeen , and she is the author of another novel, The Art of Seeing. She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts with her husband and three children, the eldest of whom is autistic. She is one of the founders of Whole Children, a resource center that runs after-school classes and programs for children with special needs.

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 雜誌相關時事趣聞 All about magazines

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 9:23


Topic: The Magazine Business, From the Coolest Place to the Coldest One I miss magazines. It's a strange ache, because they are still sort of with us: staring out from the racks at supermarket checkout lines; fanned wanly around the table in hotel lobbies; showing up in your mailbox long after the subscription was canceled, like an ex who refuses to accept the breakup. 我懷念雜誌,這是一種奇怪的痛,因為它們在某種程度上仍與我們同在。超市排隊結帳時,它們從架上盯著我們;在飯店大廳桌子周圍憔悴晃動;取消訂閱很久後還會出現在信箱,像是拒絕接受分手的舊愛。 But they're also disappearing. This accelerating erosion has not been big news during a time of pandemic, war and actual erosion, and yet the absence of magazines authoritatively documenting such events, or distracting from them, as they used to do with measured regularity, is keenly felt. 但它們也在消失。在疫情、戰爭與雜誌真的衰微的時期,這種加速衰微並不是什麼大新聞,但人們敏銳地感覺到,缺乏權威性雜誌來記錄這些事件,或像過去那樣定期的讓注意力從這些事情轉移。 Time marches on, or limps, but Life is gone. There's no more Money. The print editions of their former sister publications Entertainment Weekly and InStyle, which once frothed with profit, stopped publishing in February. It's been au revoir to Saveur and Marie Claire; shrouds for Playboy, Paper and O. (As I type this, people are tweeting about The Believer being bought by a sex-toy site.) 「時代」雜誌還在前進,或說蹣跚前行,但「生活」雜誌已經逝去。「金錢」雜誌沒了。它們以前的姊妹刊物「娛樂周刊」和「InStyle」印刷版曾獲利豐厚,但已在2月停止出版。大家向「Saveur」和「美麗佳人」告別,也讓「花花公子」、「紙」與O雜誌穿上壽衣。(就在我撰寫此文時,人們在推特上說「The Believer」被一個情趣用品網站收購了。) Two recent books — “Dilettante,” by Dana Brown, a longtime editor at Vanity Fair, and a new biography of Anna Wintour, by Amy Odell, formerly of cosmopolitan.com — are graveyards of dead or zombie titles that were once glowing hives of human whim. 最近出版的兩本書,「浮華世界」資深編輯達納.布朗的「Dilettante」及柯夢波丹前成員艾咪.歐德爾的安娜溫圖新傳記,有如亡者的墓地,或曾是人類奇想的光輝巢穴冠上了殭屍名號。 “There were so many magazines in 1994,” Brown writes. “So many new magazines, and so many great magazines. All the young talent of the moment was eschewing other industries and flocking to the business. It was the coolest place to be.” 布朗寫道:「1994年有很多雜誌。很多新雜誌,很多很棒的雜誌。當時所有年輕人才避開了其他行業,湧向這個行業。那是最酷的。」 Then suddenly the coldest. On the big fancy cruise ship that Brown had just boarded — Vanity Fair, where he'd been beckoned by Graydon Carter while a barback at the restaurant 44 — he and so many others then could only see the tip of an enormous iceberg they were about to hit: the internet. Smartphones, little self-edited monster magazines that will not rest until their owners die, were on the horizon. These may have looked like life rafts, but they were torpedo boats. 然後突然變成最冰冷的地方。布朗在44號餐廳吧檯用餐時,被總編輯卡特招攬,剛登上有如大型豪華郵輪的「浮華世界」,但他跟其他許多人只能看到他們即將撞上的巨大冰山一角:網路。智慧手機這種自我編輯、直到擁有者死去才會停止的小怪物雜誌也即將來臨。這些東西可能看起來像是救生艇,但它們其實是魚雷艦。 Every year, the American Society of Magazine Editors issues a handsome award, a brutalist-looking elephant called the Ellie, modeled after an Alexander Calder elephant sculpture. Any writer would be proud to have it on the mantelpiece. 每年,美國雜誌編輯協會都會頒發一項大獎,這是一頭野獸派風格、名叫「艾利」的大象獎座,模仿考爾德大象雕塑設計而成。作家都以把它放在壁爐上為榮。 The history of modern American literature is braided together with its magazines. The future can feel like a lot of loose threads, waving in the wind. 現代美國文學史與它的雜誌彼此交織在一起。未來就像是許多鬆散的線,在風中飄揚。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/6379678   Next Article   Topic: The Not-So-Glossy Future of Magazines One evening in mid-September, a gaggle of writers and bon vivant editors gathered by the outdoor fireplace and ivy-covered trellis of a West Village tavern. Steak was served, and the toasts lasted late into the night, the revelry trickling out to the nearby sidewalk. 九月中旬的一個夜晚,在西村的一家小酒館,一群作家和喜歡享受生活的編輯們聚集在一個室外壁爐和常春藤覆蓋的格狀架子旁。牛排上桌後,眾人杯觥交錯直到深夜,歡鬧聲流瀉到鄰近的人行道上。 It could have been a scene from the Jazz Age heyday of the Manhattan magazine set — or even the 1990s, when glossy monthlies still soaked up millions of dollars in advertising revenue, and editors in chauffeured town cars told the nation what to wear, what to watch and who to read. 這幕場景可能來自爵士時代曼哈坦雜誌業全盛時期,甚至是90年代,以亮光紙印刷的月刊還是廣告收入淹腳目,編輯們坐在司機駕駛的豪華轎車內,告訴全國該穿些什麼、欣賞什麼、閱讀什麼人的年頭。 This night, however, had an elegiac tinge. The staff of Vanity Fair was saluting the magazine's longtime editor, Graydon Carter, who had announced that he was departing after a 25-year run. In the back garden of Carter's restaurant, the Waverly Inn, star writers like James Wolcott and Marie Brenner spoke of their gratitude and grief. 不過,這一晚透著一種悲傷的況味。《浮華世界》的員工正向雜誌的長期總編輯葛雷登.卡特致敬。卡特在任職25年後,宣布即將離職。在卡特自家餐廳「韋佛利餐廳」的後花園中,一些明星作家如詹姆士.沃科特、瑪麗.布倫納都表達了他們的謝意和感傷。 Carter has always had a knack for trends. Within two weeks, three other prominent editors — from Time, Elle and Glamour — announced that they, too, would be stepping down. Another titan of the industry, Jann S. Wenner, said he planned to sell his controlling stake in Rolling Stone after a half-century. 卡特一向走在趨勢前端。不出兩星期,又有3位知名雜誌總編,分別是《時代》、《ELLE她》、《魅力》的總編也宣布準備下台。另一個業界巨頭,《滾石》創刊人詹恩.溫納則表示,打算出售他在《滾石》已保有半個世紀的控制性持股。 Suddenly, it seemed, long-standing predictions about the collapse of magazines had come to pass. 突然之間,長久來有關雜誌業終將崩潰的預言,似乎成真了。 Magazines have sputtered for years, their monopoly on readers and advertising erased by Facebook, Google and more nimble online competitors. But editors and executives said the abrupt churn in the senior leadership ranks signaled that the romance of the business was now yielding to financial realities. 雜誌業步履蹣跚已有多年,雜誌對讀者和廣告的壟斷遭到臉書、谷歌和更靈活的網路競爭對手侵奪。編輯和高管表示,高階領導階層的突然異動,說明這一行業的羅曼史正向財務現實低頭。 As publishers grasp for new revenue streams, a “try-anything” approach has taken hold. Time Inc. has a new streaming TV show, “Paws & Claws,” that features viral videos of animals. Hearst started a magazine with the online rental service Airbnb. Increasingly, the longtime core of the business — the print product — is an afterthought, overshadowed by investments in live events, podcasts, video, and partnerships with outside brands. 隨著發行人尋找新的收入來源,「無所不試」的作法開始出現。時代公司因此有了新的串流電視節目《寵物》,主要播出網路瘋傳的動物影片。赫斯特集團與網路出租服務公司Airbnb合辦了一份雜誌。但是雜誌業長久以來的核心─紙本產品卻越來越像後來才添加的產品,對於現場直播、播客、影片的投資,以及和外面品牌的合作關係,都讓紙本產品黯然失色。 The changes represent one of the most fundamental shifts in decades for a business that long relied on a simple formula: glossy volumes thick with high-priced ads. 這些變化代表這一行出現了數十年來最根本的轉變,而這個行業一向仰賴一個簡單公式存活,光鮮亮麗的書冊和滿滿的高價廣告。 “Sentimentality is probably the biggest enemy for the magazine business,” David Carey, president of Hearst Magazines, said in an interview. “You have to embrace the future." 赫斯特雜誌集團總裁大衛.凱里受訪時說:「多愁善感恐怕是雜誌業最大的敵人。你必須迎向未來。」 Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/319070/web/   Next Article   Topic: Edward Enninful Is Named Editor-in-Chief at British Vogue   Edward Enninful, the creative and fashion director of the U.S. magazine W, is set to replace Alexandra Shulman as editor-in-chief of British Vogue, its parent company, Conde Nast, confirmed Monday. The first man and the first black editor to take the helm of Britain's most powerful fashion publication in its 100-year history, Enninful will begin his new role Aug. 1. A top stylist and acclaimed fashion director who migrated to Britain from Ghana as a child, the 45-year-old Enninful is known for his cheerful demeanor, his legendary fashion covers and for having an army of loyal fans in and out of the fashion business. He received an Order of the British Empire in June for his services to diversity in the fashion industry. 英國版Vogue雜誌的母公司康泰納仕4月10日證實,美國W雜誌的創意與時尚總監艾德華.恩寧佛將接替亞歷珊卓.舒爾曼,擔任該雜誌總編輯。恩寧佛將在8月1日走馬上任,他將是這個英國最有影響力的時尚刊物創立一百年來,執掌大權的第一位男性,也是第一位黑人總編輯。 45歲的恩寧佛是頂尖造型師和備受讚譽的時尚總監,他孩童時期從迦納移民英國,以快活的舉止表情、傳奇的時尚雜誌封面,以及在時尚圈內和圈外擁有大批鐵粉聞名。去年6月獲頒大英帝國勳章,表彰他對時尚產業多元化的貢獻。 Conde Nast's international chairman and chief executive, Jonathan Newhouse, called Enninful “an influential figure in the communities of fashion, Hollywood and music which shape the cultural zeitgeist,” and added that “by virtue of his talent and experience, Edward is supremely prepared to assume the responsibility of British Vogue.” The appointment comes three months after Newhouse named another man, Emanuele Farneti, to the helm of Italian Vogue, following the death of Franca Sozzani. 康泰納仕國際集團董事長兼執行長強納森.紐豪斯說,恩寧佛是「形塑時代思潮的時尚界、好萊塢和音樂界一位具有影響力的人物」,「憑他的才華和經驗,艾德華已為承擔英國版Vogue的責任做好了萬全的準備。」 在決定這項任命的三個月前,紐豪斯任命了另一位男士艾曼紐爾.法內提出掌義大利版的Vogue,接替去世的法蘭加.索薩妮。 Enninful was an unexpected choice. Born in Ghana, Enninful was raised by his seamstress mother in the Ladbroke Grove area of London, alongside five siblings. At 16, he became a model for the British magazine i-D after being scouted while traveling on the Tube, London's subway system. He has called modeling his “baptism into fashion.” By 17, he was assisting on photography shoots for the publication with the stylists Simon Foxton and Beth Summers. In 1991, at 18, he took over from Summers as i-D fashion editor, making him one of the youngest-ever leaders of a major fashion publication. He also obtained a degree from Goldsmiths, University of London. 恩寧佛是出人意料的人選。他在迦納出生,當裁縫的母親在倫敦蘭僕林區把他和5個兄弟姊妹撫養長大。16歲時,他在搭乘倫敦地鐵時被星探相中,成為英國i-D雜誌的模特兒。他把自己的模特兒經驗稱為「進入時尚界的受洗禮」。 到了17歲,他協助造型師西蒙.佛克斯頓和貝絲.桑默斯為這本刊物拍攝照片。1991年18歲時,他取代桑默斯,成為i-D雜誌時尚編輯,使他成為主要時尚刊物有史以來最年輕的主管之一。他並取得倫敦大學金匠學院的文憑。 Although there are a handful of notable exceptions, the fashion industry has a dearth of black power players, and that had been a source of immense frustration for Enninful, who has made a considerable effort to improve things. He has made headlines with accusations of racism, including after he was assigned to sit in the second row at a couture show in Paris in 2013 when white “counterparts” were in the first. 雖然有少數著名的例外,時尚產業極欠缺有權力的黑人,這一直令恩寧佛極感挫折,而他已相當努力以謀求改進。他曾因指控種族歧視而上了大新聞,包括2013年在巴黎一場高級訂製服的秀上,他被指定坐在第二排,而與他「地位相當」的白人坐在第一排。 Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/312421/web/

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Marisa Renee Lee and Christian Finnegan Episode 650

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 98:51


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Marisa Renee Lee is a called-upon advocate, writer, and speaker on coping with grief. In 2008, she lost her mother to breast cancer, in 2019 Marisa and her husband lost a much-wanted pregnancy, and most recently, she lost a young cousin to the COVID-19 pandemic. These losses transformed her life and led her to question what grief really is and what healing truly requires. As a leading grief advocate, Marisa offers incisive and compassionate advice on managing life after loss with unique insights for women and African American communities. She recently partnered with Ritual's well-being app as a writer and narrator alongside other leaders in science, faith, and culture. Her first book, Grief Is Love: Living with Loss, was published in April 2022 under Hachette's new imprint, Legacy Lit, and is already a national bestseller.  As a former appointee in the Obama White House, Marisa previously served as the Deputy Director of Private Sector Engagement, a Senior Advisor on the Domestic Policy Council, and as the Managing Director of the MBK Alliance, the nonprofit born out of President Obama's call to action to address the barriers to success that boys and young men of color disproportionately face in their lives. She is a rabble-rouser of social healing and currently serves as CEO of the social impact consulting firm Beacon Advisors, co-founder of the digital platform Supportal, and founder of The Pink Agenda, a national organization dedicated to raising money for breast cancer care, research, and awareness. Lee is a public speaker and regular contributor to Glamour, Vogue, MSNBC, and The Atlantic. She is a graduate of Harvard College and lives in the DC area with her husband Matt, son Bennett, and dog Sadie. Christian Finnegan  is an American stand-up comedian, writer and actor based in New York City. BUY HIS NEW ALBUM--- "Show Your Work: Live at QED" Check out Christian's new Substack Newsletter! What is New Music for Olds? This newsletter has a very simple premise: You don't have time to discover new music. I do. Here's what I've discovered. Finnegan is perhaps best known as one of the original panelists on VH1's Best Week Ever and as Chad, the only white roommate in the “Mad Real World” sketch on Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show. Additional television appearances as himself or performing stand up have included “Conan”, “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, "Would You Rather...with Graham Norton", “Good Afternoon America” and multiple times on The Today Show and Countdown with Keith Olbermann, and on History's I Love the 1880s. He hosted TV Land's game show "Game Time". As an actor, Finnegan portrayed the supporting role of "Carl" in the film Eden Court, a ticket agent in "Knight and Day" and several guest roles including a talk show host on "The Good Wife". In October 2006, Finnegan's debut stand up comedy CD titled Two For Flinching was released by Comedy Central Records, with a follow-up national tour of college campuses from January to April 2007. “Au Contraire!” was released by Warner Bros. Records in 2009. His third special "The Fun Part" was filmed at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston on April 4, 2013 and debuted on Netflix on April 15, 2014.   Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Buy Stand Up by Jon Carroll 

Skincare Anarchy
E.324: Understanding The Brilliance of Beauty Ft. Sir John

Skincare Anarchy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 34:49


Sir John is a dynamic force in the beauty and fashion industry, creating iconic looks with his signature use of color, luminance, and inclusive style. He developed his reputation as a Global Artist creating statement looks while working with industry moguls Pat McGrath and Charlotte Tilbury backstage at fashion shows worldwide. That experience provided Sir John a springboard into an elite tier of globally recognized leaders in the fashion and beauty industry. He has had the privilege to work with some of the most sought-after fashion and beauty industry professionals from Mario to Mert and Marcus. Now over two decades into his career, Sir John's visionary leadership expands far beyond his ability to create looks in all aspects of the beauty space. Sir John's magnetic presence and unique creative approach has allowed him to work with some of the world's most iconic women including Beyoncé, whose tone-setting signature looks Sir John has been trusted with since 2010. His other clients include; Naomi Campbell, Serena Williams, Priyanka Chopra, Margot Robbie, Zendaya, Naomi Osaka, Mary J Blige, Iman, Celine Dion, Erykah Badu, Barbie and many more. A true master of his craft, his looks have appeared in print and video across the global media spectrum. The Super Bowl, music videos, concert tours, magazine covers, a history-making September 2018 Vogue cover and Coachella performance. Sir John's ability to deliver editorial quality looks in video and live performance is truly unique. Over the course of his career, Sir John has helped shape the culture of the beauty industry, with his commitment to inclusivity and understanding the ever-changing needs of women. His leadership and passion for authenticity have driven him to champion an inside-out approach to beauty and wellness that helped make him the Global Ambassador and Creative Director with L'Oréal Paris, Chief Creative Officer of CTZN Cosmetics, an Advisory Board Member of the Black in Fashion Council represented by leading talent agency CAA, as well as partnerships with numerous other brands including Barbie, Glossier, MAC, and Yves Saint Laurent. His work has graced the covers of Vogue, Glamour, Elle, Vanity Fair, InStyle, Harper's Bazaar, and Marie Claire. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message

Klassik aktuell
Scheue Königin: Die Sopranistin Anja Harteros wird 50

Klassik aktuell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 4:39


In Sachen Wagner, Verdi und Strauss kann ihr niemand das Wasser reichen: Anja Harteros ist die vielleicht prägendste Sopranistin unserer Zeit. Und das ganz ohne Allüren. Glamour ist nicht ihr Ding. Am 23. Juli feiert die scheue Königin der Oper ihren 50. Geburtstag.

Sylvia & Me
Andie Swim and Demi Moore

Sylvia & Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 27:22


Swimwear and women. Let's go to the archives with Melanie Travis, co-founder of Andie Swim. Melanie had a need to find a swimsuit that made her feel empowered. It was for a business weekend. She needed empowered, awesome and appropriate all rolled into one. And so the beginning of Andie Swim. A recent collaboration has taken place with actress Demi Moore. A new swimsuit line of glamor, vintage and sexy has been added. Challenging the way we view aging women with swimwear. That episode was #60 having aired January 20, 2021. I'd read about Melanie's vision to create a positive experience for women and swimsuits. Her vision turned out to be a winner and so the creation of Andie Swim. You know, swimsuits for all women, all shapes, and sizes. Suits that were suitable for lounging, company parties or just feeling good about yourself.  Take a listen. If you have a vision, go ahead and try to make it happen. And if you're dreading the swimsuit experience…

Hotel Jorge Juan
Hab. 526: Pequeños placeres del verano, con Icíar Carrasco

Hotel Jorge Juan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 79:13


Icíar Carrasco es fotógrafa. Colabora habitualmente con distintas cabeceras como Vogue, Glamour y Hola Living. Hoy viene al Hotel para hablar de los pequeños placeres del verano: los días largos, ir con el pelo mojado, las guías de viaje, los amores efímeros, los baños en el mar, el tartar de gamba, las duchas al aire libre o el olor a higuera. También hablamos sobre fotografía, libros, los Strokes, Sum 41, Cher, las gemelas Olsen, Mischa Barton y Lindsay Lohan. Y brindamos por las malas decisiones que acaban en buenas situaciones.

No son horas
El glamour me mata

No son horas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 7:35


El lujo llega al "No son horas" con Jacqueline Campos, que de nuevo nos habla de un montón de cosas muy buenas, muy bonitas y caras, muy caras. 

Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast
Ep. #233. Dr. Debi Silber, TEDx Speaker, Best Selling Author, Founder of the Post Betrayal Transformation Institute.

Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 44:28


Dr. Debi Silber, President of The PBT (Post Betrayal Transformation) Institute and founder of https://thepbtinstitute.com helps people heal from Post Betrayal Syndrome which impacts their work, health and relationships. She's is a holistic psychologist, health, mindset, personal development expert. She's an award winning and 2 time TEDx speaker, coach and author of the Amazon #1 Bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps to Rebuilding Your Body, Mind and Life After a Life Crisis, The Unshakable Woman-The Workbook (the companion guide to the book) as well as 2 books recommended by Brian Tracy, Marshall Goldsmith, Jack Canfield and many more. Debi has contributed to FOX, CBS, The Dr. Oz show, The Huffington Post, Shape, Self, Health, Working Mother, Forbes, Psychology Today, WebMD, Yahoo Shine, Ladies Home Journal, MSN, Woman's World and Glamour to name a few. Her study on betrayal led to 3 groundbreaking discoveries-teaching people how to prevent repeat betrayals while changing how long it takes to heal (physically/mentally/emotionally)...once and for all. Dr. Debi's latest TEDx-Do You Have Post Betrayal Syndrome?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyqOR69dHiU --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tango-romeo/message

EL MUNDO al día
Marbella, glamour y crimen

EL MUNDO al día

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 19:35


A tiros, así ha terminado una fiesta en una de las discotecas de moda de toda la Costa del Sol. El incidente deja cinco heridos, casi una desgracia y la sensación de que en esa ciudad de glamour (y más en estas fechas) se ha instalado el crimen… ¿Qué está pasando en Marbella? Lo analizamos con Esther Gómez, corresponsal de EL MUNDO en Málaga, y con nuestro reportero Andros LozanoSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Not Your Average Lives Podcast
You are Never Too Old to Ignite A New Spark, with Kim Selby

The Not Your Average Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 49:57


EP242: This week's guest interview is with Kim Selby, a woman with a varied background including advertising, public relations, fashion, acting, travel, motivational speaking, and raising a couple of awesome kids and who is constantly reinventing herself. She started her career in New Your City, working in advertising, PR and as a traveling Merchandising Editor at Glamour magazine. Act 2 took her to San Francisco, because she had “dated everyone in New York,” and that was a good thing because shortly thereafter she met her soulmate, got married, and had two glorious children, filling her time by volunteering as PTA president as well as other activities.  Kim has a super fun and vibrant personality and is a great example of how to embrace Act 3 of your life. She is currently being fueled by her love of speaking and her “Ignite Your Spark” podcast, And she's living by her motto and inspiring those of us over 50 that “you are never too old” by getting her first modeling gig at age 64! In this episode, Kim and I talked about: The story behind what prompted her to start a podcast last year at age 64. A shocking revelation that she discovered by accident right after her mom died. Her love for motivational speaking and how that desire surfaced at a young age. The actions she took to give more meaning to her “empty nest” stage of life. I loved our high energy conversation and how Kim walks her talk. She's such a great example of how to stay vibrant by leaning into what excites you and pursuing your passions regardless of age. To learn more about Kim and her work, you can go to: Website: https://www.kimduffselby.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimduffselby/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kimduffselby/    If you'd like to connect or reach out to ME, you can find me at: Website: www.notyouraveragegrandma.com    Facebook: www.facebook.com/LaurieColvinWright    Instagram: www.instagram.com/not_your_average_grandma    Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/NotYourAverageGrandma    Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@grandmawhoisnotaverage     Note: Not Your Average Grandma is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

The Flipping 50 Show
LET'S GET PHYSICAL | History of Women's Fitness

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 33:40


“Let's get physical, physical… let me hear your body talk!” Grab Your Leggings! Cue Olivia Newton-John! The author of Let's Get Physical is in the house! This interview promises to take you back, like flash-back potentially. You'll recognize some of the names and some historic women's fitness icons will be new.  Are you getting physical? This episode is sponsored by the Flipping 50 5 Day Flip.  Book club! Warning! This episode will potentially expand your library!  My Guest:  Danielle Friedman is an award-winning journalist whose feature writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Cut, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Glamour, Health, and other publications. She has worked as a senior editor at NBC News Digital and The Daily Beast, and she began her career as a nonfiction book editor at the Penguin imprints Hudson Street Press and Plume. Friedman lives in New York City with her husband and son. 00:00 Questions we answer in this episode: 03:54 Why this book? For our listeners this is like a trip down memory lane, but what about you? You don't have the 40 years of experience of watching exercise evolve and science completely change .... What prompted your interest in writing it? 05:38 What was the most surprising thing you discovered while writing it? 07:50 Were you curious about some of the fitness icons now still alive and thriving - and who else did you interview or have a desire now to? 12:10 Other surprises (hey, listener, there are several! you don't want to miss this!) 17:08 Based on looking back, digging into history, and knowing the now, what would you predict for the future of fitness if you had a crystal ball? 21:20 What do you think is the fitness industry's mission if we're to encourage more people to move?  33:44 What's next for you? More exercise, fitness history books or what kind of projects interest you?  Connect with Danielle:  https://danielle-friedman.com/ Follow:  https://twitter.com/DFriedmanWrites The Book: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/645493/lets-get-physical-by-danielle-friedman/ Resources:  Debra's TEDx: Everything Women in Menopause Learned About Exercise May Be a Lie (https://www.flippingfifty.com/TEDx) 5- Day Flip (https://www.flippingfifty.com/5dayflip)  Other Episodes You Might Like:  Six Inspiring Books for the Woman After 50: https://www.flippingfifty.com/six-inspiring-books-for-the-after-50-woman/ Your Diabetes Risk: You're In Control: https://www.flippingfifty.com/diabetes-risk/ Prepare for an upcoming follow up interview with Dr. John Gray, by listening to this episode: https://www.flippingfifty.com/natural-hormone-boosts/

Finding Fearless
How to Avoid Burnout and Live a Healthier Lifestyle with Ariel Belgrave

Finding Fearless

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 44:57


Burnout is something that many female entrepreneurs experience at some point in their journey. This is why I'm so excited to speak to my guest today, Ariel Belgrave.Ariel is a wellness guru of tech and the burnout whisperer. She is also the CEO at Gym Hooky, a health and fitness coach, stress management expert, and corporate wellness trainer. Her signature approach, The Lean Method, has helped over 2000 busy women build healthy habits and recover from burnout.We have an important conversation about entrepreneurship and how women can take care of their health, wellness, and alignment. She shares her story from working at a highly sought-after corporate job to becoming an entrepreneur. Ariel also shares her best tips for avoiding burnout to live a more aligned life. Then, she shares her thoughts on what needs to be changed for us to pave a healthier future for our youth. This is an incredibly inspiring episode, especially if you're a female entrepreneur who struggles with burnout.In this episode, we cover:How Ariel became the woman she is todayNavigating the backlash and judgment as she made the big transition from corporate to entrepreneurshipThe clever way that Ariel monetized her businessWhat can we do to step out of burnout and into alignmentTips for people who want to live a healthier lifestyle with more sustained energyWhat needs to be changed in the health programs we're offering our youthHow employers and create an inclusive work environmentAbout Ariel:Dubbed by the media as 'the wellness guru of tech' and 'the burnout whisperer', Ariel Belgrave, CEO at Gym Hooky, is a health and fitness coach, stress management expert, and corporate wellness trainer. Through her signature approach, The L.E.A.N. Method™, she's helped 2000+ busy women build healthy habits and recover from burnout.Before becoming a full-time wellness entrepreneur, Ariel spent over a decade as a corporate HR leader for Fortune 100 companies like JPMorgan and Facebook. In her roles, she focused on designing and developing programs to increase employee engagement and foster an inclusive work environment. She fuses this HR knowledge with her health expertise to create engaging wellness programs, trainings, and experiences for her clients.Ariel's energizing personality and commitment to wellness has earned her opportunities to partner with Fortune 100 companies, influence the health programs of top colleges, energize attendees at large events, and receive recognition from major outlets, such as The Today Show, NBC, Women's Health, Shape, Elle, Bazaar, Glamour, Refinery 29, PopSugar, Entrepreneur, and The Huffington Post.Links Mentioned:@gymhookyhttps://www.gymhooky.com/Rate and subscribe to The Finding Fearless Podcast - Apple, Spotify Know a Female Founder you'd love to hear on the podcast? Shoot us an email to hello@fearlessfoundry.com to submit their info! The Finding Fearless Podcasts primary purpose is to highlight female entrepreneurs' voices. This has been a Fearless Foundry production. All audio is recorded and owned by Fearless Foundry.

The Big Move
S3 Ep74: Georgia Day - Top UK Beauty Journalist and Sheerluxe Columnist on career transitions, balancing career and 'mum' identity, and top pregnancy skincare and beauty products

The Big Move

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 53:30


Georgia is a notable UK based beauty journalist having worked at the likes of  Marie Claire UK, Glamour UK, and Elle.  She was also previously Head of Editorial & Content at SpaceNK and is now a mom of 3. Georgia has now joined SheerLuxe as a regular contributor where she writes on everything from beauty musings to motherhood. Her editorial work has been featured in Vogue, Glamour, Grazia, Marie Claire, Porter's The Edit and Condenast International. Follow Georgia on IG: https://www.instagram.com/georgialday/ Sheerluxe: https://sheerluxe.com/ Georgia's Parenting Feature on Sheerluxe: https://sheerluxe.com/life/parenting/products-got-me-through-pregnancy Follow The Big Move on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/thebigmovepodcast/ Follow Host Em here: https://www.instagram.com/emroberts.m/ This episode was brought to you by Bbhugme, my new pregnancy pillow (and companion I cannot live without!) This was recommended to me by a friend, and now I need to pass along to all of you.  Created by highly experienced health professionals in 2013, the Bbhugme Pregnancy Pillow is uniquely adjustable and has been designed to relieve pain, offering five-point support throughout pregnancy to the most critical areas - the pelvis, lower back, knees, ankles and abdomen.  Bonus: it comes in stylish color options with replaceable covers and adjustable straps to adjust the firmness of the pillow. Go check them out athttps://uk.bbhugme.com/products/pregnancy-pillow (Available to ship now internationally) 

Jearlyn Steele
Glamour and Fashion In & Out of Tinseltown

Jearlyn Steele

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 34:38


Michael Battle returns to a Sunday night to chat with his mom.  He recaps his a couple of recent vacations, including a trip to Disneyworld in Florida.  We hear his review of the new film "Thor: Love & Thunder".  Plus, how did our young co-host become the talk of a recent fashion show...that he was in the audience for.

Good Witch, Bad B*tch
Not Your Mother's Magickal Teachings! Getting JUICY about Sacred Sex & The Divine Erotic ft. Gabriela Herstik | GWBB ep. 44

Good Witch, Bad B*tch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 46:21


This episode is a BIG one, babes! We've got the Priestess of the Erotic herself, Gabriela Herstik! As most of you know, Gabriela Herstik has been a huge role model for me on my personal and witchy life journey. I couldn't think of a better guest to have on the podcast. It's about to get JUICY! Enjoy! Gabriela Herstik is an author, columnist and witch based in Los Angeles. She is the author of Inner Witch: A Modern Guide to the Ancient Craft (known as Craft in the UK), Bewitching the Elements: A Guide to Empowering Yourself Through Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Spirit, Embody Your Magick: A Guided Journal For the Modern Witch, and the forthcoming Sacred Sex: The Magick and Path of the Divine Erotic (July 2022). She is the Priestess and co-creatrix of Kink Coven, a monthly full moon ritual play party that casts a spell of protection on sex workers, and raises funds for mutual aid groups and organizations supporting them. Gabriela's work and words on the intersection of the erotic, esoteric, and the Divine Feminine have been featured in the likes of Vogue International, NYLON, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, The Guardian, Flaunt Magazine, and more. To get access to the (definitely not safe for work) extended version join any tier of my patreon! https://www.patreon.com/LunaSeranova?fan_landing=true Find Gabriela Herstik at her links! Linktree https://linktr.ee/gabyherstik IG https://www.instagram.com/gabyherstik/ Patreon https://www.patreon.com/gabyherstik/posts --- ❣️ Thank you so much to the sponsor of today's podcast, Goddess Provisions! Use code LUNAFREE on your first subscription box and Goddess Provisions will also include free incense & holder, as well as the most recent Moon Wisdom Club Guidebook. Get yours here: https://bit.ly/3OkoEIw ----- Work with me here: LunaSeranova.com Book your tarot and astrology readings with me: https://www.lunaseranova.com/book-online Become a Patreon member to get behind-the-scenes content, exclusive advanced content, pick-a-card tarot readings, access to our secret moon fam only discord, personal readings and more: https://www.patreon.com/LunaSeranova?fan_landing=true Follow me on Instagram @LunaSeranova https://www.instagram.com/lunaseranova/ Subscribe to my YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/LunaSeranova --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/luna-seranova/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/luna-seranova/support

Women World Leaders' Podcast
303. Celebrating God's Grace, Lost and Found in Tinseltown

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 25:34


Today's reading of “Lost and Found in Tinseltown,” an article from the First Edition of Voice of Truth, tells the story of Tina Gallo's step into acting and showcases God's glory in her life. ***** Welcome to Celebrating God's Grace, a Women World Leaders podcast. My name is Julie Jenkins and it's my honor today to share with you reading from Voice of Truth. Many of you know the name Tina Gallo. Tina is an award-winning actress, a best-selling author, speaker, and acting coach. She's best known for her role as DiDi on the soap opera General Hospital. She's the founder of the National Studio of Method Acting, and she traveled with Frank Sinatra, selling his merchandise for two and a half years. Tina is currently writing her next book, Unfiltered, and has made appearances in the Christian Broadcast Network and Daystar television, sharing her testimony of God's faithfulness. What you may not know about Tina is that she is currently battling an illness and she needs our prayers. Tina is fighting a yet unknown infection. And we are asking that you join us as we storm the heavens for God's healing and provision for her. Dear Heavenly Father, we love our sister Tina so much, but we know that you love her even more. We lift her to you today God give her strength and fuse her with your healing power as only you can. Father give her doctors wisdom as they treat her. We thank you in advance for your complete provision and protection of Tina and Jesus mighty name I pray. Amen. Well, Tina Gallo has been a huge part of Women World Leaders for several years and she's been a writer in Voice of Truth since the very first edition. Today I'd like to read her first article, “Lost and Found in Tinseltown.” This appeared in our January 2021 edition of Voice of Truth.   The Lord plants dreams in our hearts at a very early age fearfully and wonderfully creating every detail of our lives with plans for redemption in all things, in all our ways at all times, even if we don't profess faith in him just yet. These dreams are like fitted garments of clothing tailored uniquely to us carefully spun and wrapped upon us, dressing us in colorful visions for the future. The desires that the Lord birthed into my life as a young girl were promises he was already planning for my future. I just didn't know it yet. The early age of three years old, my whole hearts vast dream was a one-way ticket to Hollywood. My tiny blueish green eyes were set upon acting and Hollywood movies firmly fixed on an ambition that seemed unobtainable, yet written in my deemed a destiny. Although the shifting sands of family instability made it seem like an impossibility, deeply embedded in my heart was the will of determination. My heart was screaming an epic dialogue. I can do this. My mother was much younger than my dad and came from a very unstable childhood with a family of 12 brothers and sisters. Alcoholism was a vehicle of destruction that ran rampant in her family basked in constant affliction my mom and her siblings were responsible to care for one another. I have no idea if my mom knew that what ravaged her childhood would be what would ravage my own.   During my mother's child-rearing years, she carried that same generational alcoholism right into our very home. It seemed at least once a month routinely, my mom would binge on beer until she couldn't see straight, numbing her inner turmoil. She was running from her past into a sea of alcoholism. All the while my aching heart needed her Are the core of my childhood yearned for a mother's love. Stolen was my mother her absence in my life left me with words that cut deep. My tiny little heart could never comprehend why my brothers and I, her children, weren't important enough to care for and invest in. Gnarling from the ashes of addictions, seeded lies of abandonment grew wildly into my hungry heart. On the contrary, my dad was Italian and most of his family came from Calabria. They loved each other and were very close to one another, depicting what a stable family should look like. He did not drink alcohol except on special occasions and only then he might take a sip as a salute of goodwill. He was a good provider, a faithful dad, and I knew that he loved me. We were raised in a nice middle-class suburban neighborhood and a lovely home with an in-ground pool. In the 1960s and early 70s, divorce was an abnormality. There certainly weren't any families that I knew of who are divorced except mine. inwardly I longed to be cherished and nurtured the same way I saw all of the other little girls were by their moms who always seem to adore and fuss over them. My eyes peered into the lives of my friends with desires to grasp a mother's love such as this. The absence of my mother harbored feelings of inadequacy that had planted its deep, ugly roots deep within the filters that I saw myself through irradiated unprocessed pain, blurring the truth as my reality now framed with lies of distorted images that were marked upon my soul. In my teens, my dad decided to move us to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I was extremely upset because I didn't want to go, nor did I want to leave my friends. Even though they weren't the best crowd I was accepted and comfortable in friendships with them. Little that I know how that move would change my life and eventually put me on the path to fulfilling my Hollywood acting dream. Internally, I was a lost soul and very skilled at putting on the right mask to hide behind when I needed to. Or so I thought. The truth is, there was a war raging inside of me between God's truth in the devil's lies. The Bible teaches us that the thief the devil comes to kill, steal and destroy. But Jesus came that they may have life and have it in abundance John 1010. Daily I battled internally against the negatives that distorted my perception with an illusion of false truths. I desperately needed validation and affirmation. And mostly I was in search of simple, unconditional love. At 18 years of age, I took a job as a cocktail waitress in Sunrise musical theater in Sunrise, Florida. Just so happened that Frank Sinatra was performing there the same weekend, I began. I was extremely excited about that. You see, as a child, I was always compared to Shirley Temple, probably because I was always performing and my hair was blonde and curly just like hers. I loved adorable Shirley, but Nancy Sinatra is who I wanted to be. So I'd put a towel on my head and make believe my hair was long. Put on my little red shimmy dress and wait, go-go boots. Hold a hairbrush in my hand as my microphone and wallah, all jazzed up. singing these boots are made to walk in. I'd put on a show all day long for anyone who would endure and watch. Somehow as a gift for my sixth birthday. My dad arranged a phone call from Nancy Sinatra to sing happy birthday to me. I was elated. It was the most special present I've ever received. The new job of waiting tables revealed a distant dream that was waiting for me. In fact, I can remember the weekend that marked the momentum of the opportunity of bright and shining lights that was coming to fruition. I was given a private table of 20 to service that evening. I did my very best as I waited on them before and after the show Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves and I was astonished at how large of a tip I received from my table. It was a great first night. When I came back to work the next night, I was given the same table with the same exact people. I thought this was strange because who comes to the same show a second night. My manager then called me to the side to inform me that I had been waiting on Mr. Sinatra's personal friends, and that they were so pleased with my service that they requested me as their server again, while fear and pure excitement rushed through my veins with anticipation. Later that evening, Bobby Marks, Mr. Sinatra's stepson, and Lester Lewis approached me and asked me if I would like to travel on the road with a Sinatra entourage to sell his merchandise before and after his shows. Well, with no hesitation, of course, I said yes. I couldn't wait to tell my dad I knew I was about to embark on a big adventure. And maybe this was my answer to my big dream of making it as a Hollywood star. In my mind, I thought who I knew is all that it would take. Indeed, it was a fabulous two and a half years journeying on the road with some of the world's best, I traveled all over, first-class, and stayed in top-notch fancy hotels. Rapidly my new life consisted of lavish events and parties, meeting and entertaining with some of the world's finest in the entertainment industry. Even got to thank Nancy in person for that very wonderful birthday gift so many years before, yet I wasn't any closer to my own acting dream being fulfilled. Hungry for more I asked Mr. Sinatra's best friend, Julie Rizzo the big question, how do I become an actress? What do I need to do? I told him I thought getting to know all these famous people would be my ticket in. His response was, you need to go to school to study acting and find out if you have any talent kid Who you know can help open doors but only talent will sustain. At that time, I didn't even know that there were schools that concentrated on teaching acting. This was all new to me. I was excited to begin researching schools and finally decided to make my move to New York City to study with some of the best teachers in the industry. Now I had a solid plan. Lights Camera Action. I studied in acting school for years while waiting tables at night, pounding the pavement with a workload I'd been given. Avidly I began to get some acting gigs some under five work on soap operas and landed a few commercials. When I felt I had enough experience under my belt I decided it was time to head to Los Angeles with my sights on getting a role on the most popular soap opera at the time. General Hospital. I did just that when I was offered the role of DD So here I was, I had landed in the vision of my dreams. I had arrived despite the opposition that riddled and streamed through my life. Now I was living my dream on the mountaintop as an actress in Hollywood. I made decent money and lived in a cute little cottage right on the beach and Marina del Rey. Can't get any better than that right. Except the battle of unworthiness still raged inside of me, leaving an empty, gaping hole. unresolved pain still resting inwardly, and the absence of God in my life. Nothing was ever enough. My need to seek more success only led me into a state of anxiety that was utterly discouraging and exhausting. The more I achieved, the more peace I thought I would have. Boy was I wrong. All the glitz, Glamour, wealth and famous friends didn't have the power to change the inward war raging in my heart. I would find myself often in the acting role, carefully putting on my Hollywood mask, giving way to another cocktail drink until I felt the uncomfortable feelings in my heart fade away. I was escaping the reality of it all, I was becoming easily swept up in the Hollywood happenings. In the 1980s, cocaine was considered to be a glamorous drug, promising the movie industry that it would shed camera pounds and boost energy. My heart spiraled downward into the experimental claws of cocaine, believing it may help me, too. Shallow promises swarmed the sets and scenes of the Hollywood industry all buttoned up pretty on the outside, primped and ready for the best shot, yet dying and decaying on the inside. Everything was about outward appearances and Tinseltown and my identity was all wrapped up and what I did and what I had, if it were all taken away, I would have crumbled, glamour and glitz fashion wealth accolades, achievements, all were hidden in the masks we willingly wore to hide the prevailing laments internally. All those feelings of shame, guilt, fear and unworthiness that I buried deep inside were pushing through harder and faster than ever to the surface of my soul. The lens I was seeing through was marred by all the acting to muddle to see through any more, filtering the lies through the beauty of the world. My days were doomed to be derailed. Lies of constant approval and rejection flooded me continually igniting more and more downward spirals. In circling me the lies spoke over and over on the movie reel that I often listened to, you're only as good as your last show. You don't have the right look for the part. You're too heavy, too small, too short, too tall. You didn't get the audition, we need someone with more credits, and so on. I needed a new lens to focus through. One that wasn't distorted by the lies that caused me to have a constant need for approval from people. The Lord had a better plan for my life and he does for you too. God tells us in His Word, I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you a hope, and a future. (Jeremiah 2911, NIV)   He was going to provide me with a new lens illuminated by truth and bring me out of confusion into clarity. Zooming into his heart, I had no knowledge that a few people were praying for me. I was raised Catholic and believed in God, but I never really had a true personal relationship with him. And honestly, didn't know that I could. There were intercessors crying out for my very life. I couldn't remember vividly when I was awakened to the fact that I was surrounded by Christians. Everywhere I turned God would place another one before me that one day I received a card from a distant aunt who mentioned that she saw me on TV and gave me a lovely compliment. She signed the card. God bless you. Aunt Frannie I've heard those words my whole life but this time, there was life in them. God bless you. It jumped right off the page and pierced into my heart. Those words ignited a spark of hope in me like never before. I was searching for something solid and I wanted answers. I dabbled in some new age and read Shirley MacLaine and the power of positive thinking books which always left me feeling just as empty and lost as I was before reading them. After all, if I'm a God with all this power in me, which is the basis of their teaching, then I'm really in trouble. The application of this teaching was draining self-centered and made no sense to me. Thankfully, it didn't bear witness to my spirit. I always knew that God was my Creator and He was so much more powerful and larger than I was. Depression was crushing me and I walked around with sadness wrapped inward. Grasping for newfound freedom. The tyranny of Tinseltown left me thinking I had everything that everyone else would want fame, fortune, acting and outward beauty. But none of it brought true joy. When my contract came to an end, I decided to head back home to my dad's to take a break and process some things. One night while I was wrestling to sleep, I turned on the TV. There was an actress talking on a show and sharing about her relationship with God and all that he had done in her life. There I was in the literal and spiritual dark, wrapped up in a throw blanket intently listening to every word hanging from this woman's testimony. I wanted what she had. When they put the number up on the screen to call for prayer. I started dialing, my fingers moved before I could even process what was happening. An hour passed, and I was about to hang up the phone when a gentleman answered. His trusting, soothing and compassionate voice led me into a prayer to accept Jesus into my heart as my Lord and Savior. I was now a born-again Christian, saved by grace and by making a phone call to the 700 Club hallelujah. What God did that night was a miracle. The next morning I woke up with an unexplained joy and renewed hope. I was on fire and hungry to learn about God, His teachings and all the things that the actress was talking about the night before. I was a new creature in Christ with a passionate desire to be deeply rooted in him. I knew I finally had the answer to what I so desperately was searching for. And I was ready for the journey. My dear sisters, God has a plan for each of us. He wants us to prosper, and he wants to give us an abundant life. We must come out of hiding behind our own masks that we cower under, we must come forward from our own acting and pretending to truly receive what He has for us, adjusting and repositioning our lenses to focus on Jesus, not ourselves. When we seek His plan for our lives and not ours, we will find real peace and true contentment. The Lord gives us the gifts and the talents we need to fulfill our purpose in him. We are called to serve and bring glory to Him. We learn in his word to delight ourselves in the Lord. And He will give us the desires of our hearts, Psalm 37:4 NIV. You see, through so much of my story, the Lord was pursuing me and leading me even when I wasn't following him. He allowed me to taste the riches of success. So I can see clearly the things of this world that will never satisfy my appetite When we wholeheartedly seek the Lord and His will for us. He cultivates our understanding and guides the way for us to see through a lens of truth that will provide us clarity and direction. Ultimately bringing us into a life of freedom, whom the sun sets free is free indeed. John 8:36, NIV My acting days are not over or wasted or lost. I now use all the preparatory gifts, talents and treasures for His glory. I get to act in love in purity, and in truth in the movies for him now. All is redeemed and his hope carries me forward into Victory. Join me in imitating Christ, the star of the show, the center stage of our lives.

Uncorking a Story
The Final Hurdle, with Jade Beer

Uncorking a Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 35:29


Jade Beer is an award-winning editor, journalist, and novelist who has worked across the UK national press for more than twenty years. Most recently, she was the editor-in-chief of Condé Nast's Brides. She also writes for other leading titles including The Sunday Times Style, The Mail on Sunday's YOU magazine, The Telegraph, the Tatler Weddings Guide, Glamour, Stella magazine, and is one of The Mail on Sunday's regular fiction and nonfiction book reviewers.She joins me today to talk about her latest book, The Last Dress from Paris. Buy The Last Dress from Paris Amazon: https://amzn.to/3umydyD Bookshop.org: https://bookshop.org/a/54587/9780593436813 Connect with Jade Website: https://jadebeer.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jadebeerbrides/ Email: mailto:jadebeereditor@gmail.com Connect with Mike Website: https://uncorkingastory.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSvS4fuG3L1JMZeOyHvfk_g Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uncorkingastory/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/uncorkingastory Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uncorkingastory LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/uncorking-a-story/ If you like this episode, please share it with a friend. If you have not done so already, please rate and review Uncorking a Story on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Heartbreak to Happiness
From the Brink of Suicide to Love and Happiness with Celebrity Coach Robert Mack - Part II

Heartbreak to Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 28:56


Robert Mack is an Ivy League-Educated Positive Psychology Expert, Inspirational Speaker, and Published Author.His work has been endorsed by Oprah, Vanessa Williams, Lisa Nichols, and many others.In addition to serving as Celebrity Love Coach for Famously Single on the E! Network for two seasons, Robert also worked as Consulting Producer and On-Camera Expert for Mind Your Business on the OWN Network and Executive Producer and Host of Good Morning LaLa Land on Apple TV and Hulu.He has been featured on television shows like Good Morning America, The Today Show, CBS Morning Show, and Access Hollywood and in magazines like GQ, Self, Health, Cosmopolitan, Well + Good, and Glamour.Where to find Robert Mack:Coach Rob Mack WebsiteInstagram