It's time for ho, ho, ho-ing. This podcast has the funniest Christmas story…ever…plus one story that's almost spooky. And isn't that how Christmas has always been? Give a little listen please. No matter how you feel right now, this podcast will make you feel…a little better..
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This week Tony and I give a live reaction to the Cowboys vs Seahawks Thursday night game. We break down the NBA In Season Tournament and much MORE!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-c-stafford-jr/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-c-stafford-jr/support
The flu might keep him off the mic, but not off the airwaves! GMGN is back with another fresh episode of Good Morning Good Night. The first hour starts low n slow, before cranking up that energy with some housey vibes in hour two. Music from Dan Shake, The Patchouli Brothers, DJ Rocca, Moodena, CC Disco!, Dave Lee, Boogietraxx & more!Tune into new broadcasts of Good Morning, Goodnight, 4th, Wednesday 8 - 10 PM EST / 1 - 3 AM GMT.For more info visit: https://thefaceradio.com/good-morning-good-night///Dig this show? Please consider supporting The Face Radio: http://support.thefaceradio.com Support The Face Radio with PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thefaceradio. Join the family at https://plus.acast.com/s/thefaceradio. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
27.11.23 Pt 1 - Mosquitos have launched an attack on Bakh'abantu, and Gareth is triggered after the recent heatwave. Eskom is changing their logo, but not their attitude… and the team get into the after-effects of Black Friday in South Africa. www.cliffcentral.com
Ever found yourself tiptoeing out of your toddler's room, hoping against hope that this will be the one bedtime where your little one blissfully succumbs to sleep? You're certainly not alone–toddlerhood can be accompanied by a number of bedtime battles and this edition of the Baby Sleep Fairy Chronicles is here to help. If you're struggling to navigate some of the most common toddler sleep problems like bedtime refusal, separation anxiety, or the crib-to-bed transition, this episode will arm you with proactive bedtime strategies that will ensure more restful nights for both toddlers and parents alike. References Twin Zzz's: Mastering Sleep for Twins (“Sleep Fairy” Series) The Lie of a Good Night's Sleep ("Sleep Fairy" Series) The Night Owl Sings Nursery Rhymes You can follow Brandi and her work @deardouapodcast on IG, @brandi_jordan_official IG, and send questions, comments and platitudes to email@example.com. Have a question you want Brandi to answer? Shoot her an email or a DM and she might include it on her next podcast episode! If you are looking for support with your children, you can reach out to us at The Cradle Company for more information on hiring a parenting or baby specialist. If you appreciate Dear Doula, please take a minute to subscribe, rate and review!
Food labels are full of claims. They say things like “All-Natural” or “Doctor Recommended” or “Made with Whole Grains.” Should you be impressed or are those words and phrases a lot of nothing and nonsense? I begin this episode by revealing why those phrases are worded the way they are and what they actually mean. https://www.cornucopia.org/2010/05/nutrition-buzzwords-make-hay-out-of-grains-of-truth/ Convincing people to do what you want can be a challenge. One of the best ways is to get people to do it because they WANT to do it rather than trying to coerce or convince them. This is according to Christopher Hadnagy who is a global security expert and author of the book Human Hacking Win Friends, Influence People, and Leave Them Better Off for Having Met You (https://amzn.to/3iMz58R) Listen as he shares some valuable insight into what motivates people to give you what you want, why it is so effective and exactly how to do it. You likely have trouble sleeping from time to time. In fact just about everyone does. There are plenty of reasons people don't sleep. Sometimes your mind is racing, or you are worried about something or it could also be something you ate or drank or even how your bedroom is configured. Here to discuss why people have trouble with their sleep is health journalist Kim Jones author of the book Trick Yourself to Sleep: 222 Ways to Fall and Stay Asleep from the Science of Slumber (https://amzn.to/2MtdFS7). Listen today and tonight you just might sleep like a baby. One of the hardest things on your car's engine is – when you start it. Listen as I explain why cold engine starts are so tough on your car and how to ease the strain. Source: Jack Gillis author of The Car Book (https://amzn.to/2Ym0DIX) PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! MasterClass makes a meaningful gift this season - for you and anyone on your list - because both of you can learn from the best to become your best - from leadership to effective communication to cooking. Right now you can get Two Memberships for the Price of One at https://MasterClass.com/SOMETHING PrizePicks is a skill-based, real-money Daily Fantasy Sports game that's super easy to play. Go to https://prizepicks.com/sysk and use code sysk for a first deposit match up to $100 Dell's Black Friday event is their biggest sale of the year! Shop now at https://Dell.com/deals to take advantage of huge savings and free shipping! Spread holiday cheer far and wide this season with a new phone! Everyone can get the gift of connection at UScellular. Get any phone free, today. UScellular. Built for US. Terms apply. Visit https://UScellular.com for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
# Paul McCartney and wings goodnight tonight # one of the greatest artists ever # him his late wife Lynda and band# Paul McCartney great songwriter, vocalist multi instrumentalist # the bass on this song is the fire
Jen Verhagen was diagnosed with ADHD five years ago when she was 28, after struggling with insomnia for years. The diagnosis brought so much clarity for the talent acquisition specialist. Like many women diagnosed later in life, Jen excelled in K-12 but found the transition to college difficult, her inability to focus and create her own structure becoming too much for her to overcome. Unaware of what was holding her back – her undiagnosed ADHD – Jen thought she was simply dumb. Life post-diagnosis has been a season of growth for the 33 year-old Michigan native. After working up the courage to ask for accommodations at a new job, Jen was faced with the fact that there are still people out there unwilling to acknowledge the realities of living with ADHD. Her manager's dismissal of her needs pushed Jen into a dark place and ultimately led to her leaving the company. The good news is, Jen landed on her feet in a place where she feels supported and encouraged to be herself and to shine as a woman with ADHD. Listen in to hear more from Jen about her journey with ADHD, why it's important for people to recognize that ADHDers face an uphill climb every single day and what she hopes can be done to help the world understand a lifelong condition that is anything but one-size-fits-all. Refocused, Together is a collection of 31 stories told throughout the 31 days of October, a part of our commitment to ADHD Awareness Month. Make sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts so you don't miss a single story this month! LISTEN: Episode 75 | ADHD, the Science of Sleep and Why We Need It LISTEN: Episode 76 | ADHD, Sleep Hygiene and the Recipe for a Good Night's Sleep READ: Why Sleep Issues Are Common In ADHD READ: Managing Sleep Issues With ADHD READ: 5 Fixes For “I Can't Sleep!” Follow Refocused on Social Media: Instagram: @lindsayguentzel @refocusedpod @adhdonline Twitter: @lindsayguentzel @refocusedpod @adhdonline Connect with the show: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the latest episode, I am joined by Canadian singer songwriter David Deacon, to discuss his fifth album - Good Day Good Night.A collection of original tracks, this album also features David's version of the Bob Dylan classic Knockin' on Heaven's Door and we discuss his inspiration and where life has taken him.Thanks to David for allowing me to play tracks from Good Day Good Night alongside our conversation.Thank you for listening to Harmonious World. Please rate, review and share and don't forget that you can also subscribe to support the show.Don't forget the Quincy Jones quote that sums up why I do this: "Imagine what a harmonious world it would be if every single person, both young and old, shared a little of what he is good at doing."Support the showThanks for listening to Harmonious World. You can support the show by becoming a subscriber.Please rate and review wherever you find your podcasts - it really helps.Read my reviews of albums, gigs and books as well as a little personal stuff on my blogFollow me on instagram.com/hilseabrookFollow me on facebook.com/HilarySeabrookFreelanceWriterFollow me on twitter.com/hilaryrwriter
Welcome aboard our voyage of new music discovery! This episodes featured album is Goodnight, God Bless, I Love U, Delete. by CrossesCheck out the AiNM playlist - one song from each of our featured albums throughout the yearIf you enjoy the pod please like, subscribe and leave us a reviewIf you are feeling super generous, please consider supporting us by buying us a coffee and helping us run the podcastJoin the conversation and friend us up on Instagram or FacebookRead more about our musical adventures, and check out our previously featured albums on our websiteAnd don't forget to join us next week when our featured album will be A Call To The Void by Hot Milk
On this edition of Catholic Book Club, Morning Light talks with author Kate Sydnor about her beautiful new children's book entitled “Goodnight, Jesus” available through Sophia Institute Press. https://sophiainstitute.com/product/goodnight-jesus
The controversy, conversations, articles, and books surrounding sleep training are so wildly different, I have no idea how any parent today can comfortably reach a decision on it. Is my child really going to get brain damage from sleep training? Will I ever sleep again? Let's face it, we all need sleep to be able to survive and to actually live joyful, calm, and peaceful lives. If you've landed here, you're likely to be an exhausted parent desperate for ways to improve you and your child's sleep. You haven't “failed” at parenting, you just haven't found what's right for you or your child yet… After working with families in the home since 2001, I've seen what's worked well (and not so well) and want to share the tips and interventions that I know will get you and your family the hard-earned ZZZs you need. For more insights and parenting tips, follow the Dear Doula Podcast on Instagram. I offer personalized consultations and can be reached for further questions on sleep at email@example.com or you can DM me on Instagram.
00:00 – 16:06 – Kevin gets ready to head to Georgia/Tennessee this weekend and can't find his wedding ring, Bengals/Ravens was an injury factory, the Burrow injury and what it could mean for the Colts the rest of the season, IU gets by Wright State last night, it was not exactly a convincing win 16:07 – 34:31 – ISC's Greg Rakestraw joins us to discuss Ben Davis vs. Center Grove, other semi-state games around the state that peak his interest, his thoughts on the Colts at 5-5 and the biggest storylines through the season, Butler/Michigan State tonight, is Butler the second-best basketball team in the state right now?, the Maui field is loaded, Indiana is not very good, calling the first overtime game in Monon Bell history 34:32 – 53:08 - IU basketball reporter Tony Adragna joins us and gives his thoughts on last night's IU/Wright State game, thoughts on the season to this point, his credentials, why have they looked so unimpressive so far, IU's upcoming schedule, what lineup tweaks would he be interested inSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
William and Casey are taking your calls in studio! Can the boys act right on a work meeting? Or will it become one of the most uncomfortable calls ever? What are some costume ideas, from the gang, for an ex-pat in Germany? Plus, soon to be newly weds have a proposal for William. Can they afford a hiking boots stipend? What are your thoughts on cranberry sauce in the can? AND William and Casey get drama dumped on, on this weeks episode of The William Montgomery Show. Support our sponsor, Draft Kings! New customers can score $150 instantly in bonus bets when you throw down just $5 on the NBA! All you need to do is download the DraftKings Sportsbook app and use promo code WMS Watch new episodes of The William Montgomery Show on YouTube every Wednesday at 8:30 PM Central: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJ2SBnAMI8SSm5qpLXBRiw Follow William onInstagram: @william.f.montgomery1 https://williamfmontgomery.com Merch: https://william-montgomery-town.creator-spring.com For More William Montgomery, check out ‘Kill Tony' live every Monday at The Comedy Mother Ship in Austin TX and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/KillTony Find more Casey Rocket on Instagram @caseyrocket and at https://www.patreon.com/caseyrocket Get your own Grimace shirthttps://rawpaw.ink/products/congress-is-furious-by-casey-rocket Original cover art illustration by Ryan J. Ebelt: https://ryanjebelt.com Recorded in Austin Texas at Record ATX. Send William an email at: TheWilliamMontgomeryShow@gmail.com Leave William a voicemail at: (737) 471-1098 Send your letters & packages to:P.O. Box 40316 Austin, TX 78704 The William Montgomery Show is produced by William Montgomery & Brett Erickson A FannieCo production William F Montgomery is an American stand-up comedian. A native of Memphis Tennessee, William now resides in Austin Texas. Under the tutelage of a top young rising comedian, Tony Hinchcliffe, & Brian ‘The Podfather' Redban, William has become a fan favorite & the longest serving Kill Tony Regular. William has performed in front of comedy icons such as Joe Rogan, Whitney Cummings, Russell Peters, Tiffany Haddish, Doug Stanhope, Tim Dillon, Doug Benson, Donnell Rawlings, Jeff Ross, Dane Cook, Tom Segura, Bert Kreischer, Ron White, Ari Shaffir, Big Jay Oakerson, Luis J Gomez, Dan Soder, Jim Gaffigan, Andrew Santino, Dom Irrera, Steve Simone, Brian Holtzman, Sal Vulcano, Ian Edwards, Greg Fitzsimmons, Shane Gillis, Kyle Dunnigan, Ms. Pat, Josh Potter, Mark Normand, Ryan Sickler, Eddie Pepitone, Josh Wolf, Moshe Kasher, Bonnie McFarlane, Steve Lee, Adam Ray, Andrew Shultz, Pauly Shore, Bob Saget, Michael Rapaport & Don Barris. Montgomery has garnered many monikers over the years: The Big Red Machine, The Vanilla Gorilla, The Memphis Madman, The Tennessee Tickler, The Strawberry Twist & The Raisin-Bread Kid. William regularly opens for Joe Rogan in the Austin Area. Along with David Lucas, William has previously hosted ‘Brothers in Cursive' & ‘Are We Really Brothers'. William has appeared on podcast such as ‘Jeremiah Wonders with Jeremiah Watkins', ‘Unlicensed Therapy with Ari Mannis', ‘Dead Air with Brian Holtzman', ‘Shenk with Sara Weinshenk' & ‘The Fat Pessimist with David Lucas'.#WilliamMontgomery #KillTony #Comedy
In this episode, we aim to unravel the intricate relationship between diet and sleep, providing insights and practical tips to enhance the quality of your rest. Expect to Learn: ✦ The recommended amount of sleep and its impact on health ✦ The significance of sleep quality and its various measurements ✦ The association between nutrition and sleep patterns ✦ The effects of processed and sugary foods on sleep ✦ Practical tips to improve sleep quality through diet
Sleep has a significant impact on your health. I want to cover the top things that can prevent you from getting a good night's sleep. There's a direct correlation between your sleep and overall heart function and longevity. A lack of sleep can affect your blood sugar levels and increase cravings and hunger. Poor sleep can also raise your cortisol and affect your mood. The top things that prevent you from sleeping: 1. High cortisol 2. Low vitamin D 3. Low calcium 4. Low magnesium 5. Low potassium 6. A bad sleeping environment 7. Taking melatonin 8. Blue light and EMF 9. Low vitamin B12 10. Low vitamin B1 11. Low zinc 12. Stimulants Cutting out sugar and going on a low-carb diet is crucial to help you start sleeping better. Also, avoid eating too late or overeating to help support better sleep. Another great tip is to focus on your breathing to help you fall asleep fast. DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NB...
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In this jam-packed episode, we get into some strange conversations with folks working long hours at night, in the hopes of making their existence a bit more exciting. WastedMemory and DTB conjure up spirits and ghosts via the spirit board and infect the phones with scary voices. We get a few glimpses of Snappybakes in […]
Drew Chancey is the author of Goodnight, Child of God, and writes a semi-monthly poetry newsletter. Drew and his wife Brittney, along with their four children, live in Tulsa, and attend Holy Apostles Orthodox Church where Drew sings in the men's choir.
So, I've been obsessing about Paul Leder and his apparent Ed Wood approach to filmmaking ever since I stumbled on his work while researching Dick Sargent. I thought I would do a real time IMDB exploration of his filmography. It's rough. Like, seriously bad. But funny. I'll take you through each of his films. I'll also give commentary about the abundance of fistfights on 90210, the time I got Elizabeth Berkeley to flip me off, and my the first porn flick I ever saw. Goodnight and Good Luck.
Welcome aboard our voyage of new music discovery! This episodes featured album is Zango by WITCHCheck out the AiNM playlist - one song from each of our featured albums throughout the yearIf you enjoy the pod please like, subscribe and leave us a reviewIf you are feeling super generous, please consider supporting us by buying us a coffee and helping us run the podcastJoin the conversation and friend us up on Instagram or FacebookRead more about our musical adventures, and check out our previously featured albums on our websiteAnd don't forget to join us next week when our featured album will be Goodnight, God Bless, I Love U, Delete. by Crosses
That's Life...I guess. I didn't expect my body to attack me...so soon. I had no idea I'd get so old so soon. And you won't either, But there are lots of good things about that too. One of those things is "Been there & done that." In some ways there were lots of laughs involved...and of course there were some things that weren't laughing matters...in fact there were some significant tears. BUT...they were all spent with "My Lady Wonder Wench." And that made the tough times kinda bearable. All in all...my life has been good...so far. Please don't screw it up now.
Abortion rights backers won major victories in at least five states in the 2023 off-year elections Nov. 7, proving the staying power of abortion as a political issue in the wake of the Supreme Court's 2022 decision overturning Roe v. Wade. Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health finally has a new director, after Democrats temporarily blocked President Joe Biden's nominee over a mostly unrelated fight about prescription drug prices.Alice Miranda Ollstein of Politico, Tami Luhby of CNN, and Sandhya Raman of CQ Roll Call join KFF Health News' Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more. Also this week, Rovner interviews KFF Health News' Julie Appleby, who reported and wrote the latest “Bill of the Month” feature. Plus, for “extra credit,” the panelists suggest health policy stories they read this week they think you should read, too:Julie Rovner: ProPublica's “Find Out Why Your Health Insurer Denied Your Claim.”Alice Miranda Ollstein: Politico's “Congenital Syphilis Jumped Tenfold Over the Last Decade,” by Alice Miranda Ollstein. Sandhya Raman: The Texas Tribune's “Sex Trafficking, Drugs and Assault: Texas Foster Kids and Caseworkers Face Chaos in Rental Houses and Hotels,” by Karen Brooks Harper. Tami Luhby: ProPublica's “Big Insurance Met Its Match When It Turned Down a Top Trial Lawyer's Request for Cancer Treatment,” by T. Christian Miller.Visit our website for a transcript of the episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week we revisit our science-backed tips for a good night's sleep with sleep scientist Eti Ben Simon and host of the Sleep with Me podcast Drew Ackerman. Link to episode transcript: https://tinyurl.com/2p8t47eh Episode summary: A good night's sleep can be hard to come by, and beating yourself up over not sleeping enough will only make it worse. On this episode of The Science of Happiness, the host of Sleep With Me podcast Drew Ackerman joins us to try science-backed tips for finding your natural sleep rhythm. Drew, also known as “Dearest Scooter,” talks about his history with insomnia and sleep anxiety, sleep hygiene, and his philosophy on bringing more self-compassion into his approach to trying to fall asleep. Then we hear from sleep scientist Eti Ben Simon about how sleep affects your social life. Practice: Avoid alcohol and caffeine after 2 p.m. to unmask your true biological sleep needs. Keep lights dim in the evening and limit access to LED lights after 9 p.m. Go to sleep as soon as you feel tired (even if you're in the middle of something). This will help you figure out the earliest window it is physiologically possible for you to fall asleep. Do not use an alarm clock to wake up. Today's guests: Drew Ackerman is the host of one of the most listened-to sleep podcasts, Sleep with Me. Listen to Sleep With Me Podcast: https://pod.link/sleep-with-me Follow Drew on Twitter: https://tinyurl.com/2p8nrhnp Follow Drew on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dearestscooter/ Follow Drew on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sleepwithmepodcast/ Eti Ben Simon is a sleep scientist and postdoctoral fellow at UC Berkeley, where she works at Matthew Walkers' Center for Human Sleep Science. Learn more about Eti and her work: https://www.sleepingeti.com/ Follow Eti on Twitter: https://twitter.com/etoosh Follow Eti on Google Scholar: https://tinyurl.com/328aa5yr Resources from The Greater Good Science Center: Four Surprising Ways to Get a Better Night's Sleep: https://tinyurl.com/2p832bh5 How Mindfulness Improves Sleep: https://tinyurl.com/2p8rhkhj Your Sleep Tonight Changes How You React to Stress Tomorrow: https://tinyurl.com/2p8zvbjz More Resources for A Good Night's Sleep: Matthew Walker's 11 Tips for Improving Sleep Quality: https://tinyurl.com/2kadu7va TED - Sleeping with Science: https://tinyurl.com/23mmbdy3 Harvard Health - 8 Tips to Get a Good Night's Sleep: https://tinyurl.com/2p8um9z7 BBC - Why Do We Sleep? https://tinyurl.com/2p8z9v2d Tell us about your experiences and struggles with falling asleep. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the hashtag #happinesspod. Help us share The Science of Happiness! Rate us on Spotify and share this link with someone who might like the show: https://tinyurl.com/6s39rzus
Today’s podcast looks at the results of the 2023 elections and show how abortion is still winning for Democrats and how Republicans just keep losing and losing and losing and why. Also, why it matters that Rep. Rashida Tlaib was censured—or did she want this? Give a listen.
The election results on Tuesday made it clear that voters support Democratic policies and state politicians — but new polling shows they don't love the president.On this week's episode of “Matter of Opinion,” the hosts share their takeaways from the voting, and what it all means for 2024. Also, your calls about your presidential fantasy matchups.(A full transcript of the episode will be available midday on the Times website.) Mentioned in this episode:“October 2023 Times/Siena Poll of the 2024 Battlegrounds”“The Woke Burnout is Real — and Politics is Catching Up” Thoughts about the show? Email us at email@example.com.
The garden is wrapping up for the year, pumpkins have been turned to jack o' lanterns, green tomatoes are in the attic and onions are a' walkin. So, let's celebrate all the garden good news stories of the year! Christy and Lindsey share good news about: Updates on Lahaina Banyan Tree The benefits of urban gardening The discovery of a holly tree in Brazil A gardener who has created over 300 community gardens A pear tree that refuses to die, A whole new spin on rooftop gardening How mushrooms can protect trees And what renewable resource is working great in Ireland Plus we have pod plays that take you to the depths of the underworld and the heights of leaf piles! Thanks to you all for joining us in our 2023 gardens! Find Your Persephone Period Want to see Lindsey in a play? Coal Country at Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company Thanks so much to the Garden Party - we couldn't do Upside Down Tulips without you! Support UDT by joining our Garden Party and get fun rewards! How is your garden doing? - click here to write to us! Get a UDT Coffee Mug or other cool Merch! Visit our website for pix, good info and Upside Down Dictionary Learn How to Winter Sow! Don't Know Your Zone? Find it HERE
It sort of sneaks up on you, doesn't it? For years, you literally fell asleep next to this person. They fell asleep on you. You were the last thing they saw, the last person they talked to, the one they begged for one more story, one more kiss, to do the blankets right one more time. And then suddenly, they're like “Goodnight, Dad.” “Goodnight mom, close the door on the way out, will you?”✉️ Sign up for the Daily Dad email: DailyDad.com
Step back in time with Jane Healey, the Washington Post and Amazon Charts bestselling author of 'The Secret Stealers.' In her latest historical novel, 'Goodnight From Paris,' we're transported to Nazi-occupied France. Here, an American film star embraces her most dangerous role, weaving a tale of loyalty and resistance, inspired by the true story of real-life Hollywood actress Drue Leyton. Jane is also the host of Historical Happy Hour, a monthly webinar and podcast featuring premiere historical fiction authors and their latest books. Goodnight from Paris on Amazon and Bookshop.org Find the recommended books, the author's social media links, and the video version of this episode at www.BestofWomensFiction.com All books featured on the podcast are listed in The Best of Women's Fiction List at www.bookshop.org and amazon.com Ashley's author website: www.AshleyHasty.com
Chas & Dr Dave discuss DeSantis' Material Support, The Aliens from The Simpsons' Preferred Candidate, and For Whom Does The Clown Car Honk? 2:07 - Grateful For... (Bill Wyman, ACLU) 15:30 - R.I.P. Pence campaign 23:06 - Dean Phillips (is a dick) 28:30 - Miscellaneous thoughts about Trump's campaign 31:35 - Censorship of/Discrimination against anti-Zionist points of view 53:21 - Trump Legal Update (14th Amendment + Mark Meadows) 1:01:08 - Stats Nugget (Army Recruitment) 1:06:38 - Toilet Break (Bob Knight) 1:11:15 - Bit more on Mike Johnson 1:22:55 - Israel Funding Vote in Congress 1:36:05 - Duelling Censure Motions + George Santos 1:48:20 - Jamaal Bowman and his Fire Alarm 1:52:58 - Israel Miscellanea - (Netanyahu Under The Pump/ Biden Under The Pump)
Pinkie Sings "Goodnight My Someone" From The 1957 Musical "Music Man".Music and Lyrics written by Meredith Wilson.Producer Renee plays her rendition on Piano.Here is the link to the Piano:https://www.buzzsprout.com/562090/13373468 VoiceRenee@charter.net
Welcome to Group Therapy!! Licensed psychologists Dr. Jessica Rabon, Dr. Justin Puder, Dr. Kristen Casey and licensed therapist Kristen Gingrich LCSW, CADC, CCS are coming together to create a podcast to talk about topics chosen by you, the listeners, in a laid back, relatable way. Kinda like group therapy. From mental health to relationships, hot topics to current events, fun topics and everything in between, including sleep and how to get a good night's rest, our goal is for your voices to be heard and you to feel like you are part of the group. This is one of our short sessions, so happy to see you twice this week! So settle in, take a seat, and Welcome to Group Therapy! Disclaimer: Welcome to Group Therapy Podcast is not a replacement for therapy, is not actual group therapy, nor will specific therapeutic advice be given on the show. Although we are all licensed therapists, we are not YOUR therapist. It is meant to be for educational and entertainment purposes only. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @welcometogrouptherapypod TikTok: @welcometogrouptherapypod Threads: @welcometogrouptherapypod Submit your podcast topic requests here! Dr. Justin Puder @amoderntherapist Dr. Kristen Casey @drkristencasey Dr. Jessica Rabon @jessicaleighphd Kristen Gingrich LCSW, CADC, CSS @notyouraveragethrpst
Tom unveiled the first winner of the Eagles Farewell Tour contest to join Tom in his suite at the XCEL Energy Center to enjoy the show. Sign up for a chance to win online or through the Tom Barnard Show app! In the first hour, SKOR North's Judd Zulgad talks about the passing of legendary basketball coach Bobby Knight, and KSTP's Chris Egert on the upcoming new Minnesota state flag and news on a local fire. Hour #2 has local producer and filmmaker Adrian Wilson stop by the studio to promote the Twin Cities Toy Drive and discuss his work in the community. In Hour #3, Adrian Wilson continues his toy drive even as college tuition continues to skyrocket. The two have nothing to do with one another, we just wanted to take a shot at the education system. Kristyn Burtt, meanwhile, discusses what happens when the protagonist in a comedy film falls in love. Usually, the answer is "the film gets a lot less funny". On the Family, Ben Penrod comes in to promote Twin Cities Con, a convention about comics, anime, video games, and all the other "nerd stuff". I'm a nerd, so I'm allowed to call it that. If you want to gain some nerd cred yourself, buy a ticket and drop on by this Friday through Sunday. It's not going to be streamed anywhere, so in-person is your only chance, just as it should be. Stream the show LIVE on the Tom Barnard Show app M-F from 8-12PM or get the show on-demand on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tonight's sleep stories feature Loki - the Norse god of mischief. These stories were published in the book In the Days of Giants: A Book of Norse Tales by Abbie Farwell Brown in 1902. In this episode, find out how Thor first received his magical hammer. If you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favourite podcast app. Also, share with any family or friends who might have trouble drifting off to sleep.Goodnight and Sweet Dreams.... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Lona DeRieux, energy worker, wellness advocate, and founder of Happy Healing, Inc., discuss the importance of sleeping well, and share tools and practices to help implement a healthy sleep schedule. A good night's sleep is a key component to feeling your best each day and there are many options available that can assist with getting there. Join us here as Jennifer and Lona also talk about utilizing essential oils to create better sleep patterns and explore potential underlying energetic or emotional roots of sleep disruption. When we have a positive attitude, tune in to what the oils and our senses are telling us, and consciously choose to enjoy life, we can heal anything and everything is possible. About Lona Lona DeRieux is an emotion and Body Code practitioner and has been working in the natural wellness industry since 2011. Lona received a BA in Psychology from UC Berkeley which started her journey to understanding the power of emotions. You can learn more about her at https://www.happyhealing.me/. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you want to learn more about your soul's answers and purpose, access your free guide at www.themythsofpurpose.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Yackety Yack...all over the place. Politicians hardly stop for a breath. Your druggist is getting that way, too. And the gas station guy. And let's not forget relatives, like your uncle. WE NEED SOME GUM CONTROL. And this podcast encourages that. Please give a listen. Follow the new rules. And insist that everybody else within listening distance of your voice shut up for a moment and LISTEN.
Chiquis tells us all about her rituals and tips to unwind and relax after a long day. She shares everything she does right before bed, including her skincare routine, the vitamins she takes and how she prays and meditates. She also talks about the importance of stepping away from “Chiquis the artist” at the end of the day and going back to being Janney.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.