We are so excited to have April Gargiulo, Founder & CEO of clean & cruelty-free skincare brand, Vintner's Daughter, on The Style That Binds Us podcast! Vintner's Daughter has won an award from every publication you've ever heard of including WWD, Glamour, POPSUGAR, Harper's Bazaar, Town & Country and more. Gwyneth Paltrow, Tracee Ellis Ross, Naomi Watts & Hailey Bieber are all fans (as are we!). They donate 2% of every purchase to charitable organizations dedicated to protecting, educating, and empowering women and children around the world. April grew up surrounded by her family wine-making business, and has applied the same standards to her company. We hope you enjoy this episode! Active Botanical Serum: https://rstyle.me/+4C7nPlwfdFP0TF1vGYvDHQ Active Treatment Essence: https://rstyle.me/+7u5Rz-Ih4Gk9-suSOjwr7g Essential Set: https://rstyle.me/+-hdNugOWposC_AiJfQ2uRg --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/delia-folk8/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/delia-folk8/support
Welcome to Season 3! To kick off this series of great guests, Elizabeth is thrilled to welcome Lisa Odenweller, CEO and Founder of Kroma Wellness, a premium functional health, and superfood company. Lisa is a visionary entrepreneur, wellness executive, and busy mother. She founded Kroma as a way to deliver nutritional wellbeing through simple and superior products that taste great and help you form healthier habits. Lisa talks about Kroma's high-quality offerings, and how she found investors such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Amy Schumer that believed in her mission and helped her reach the next level of helping people transform and achieve life-changing results. Prior to Kroma, Lisa was the founder and CEO of Beaming Superfood Cafe in Southern California, and she shares what she learned about resiliency and doing whatever it takes to follow your mission as her experience in leaving Beaming and founding Kroma. Lisa and Elizabeth also talk about their love of matcha, the importance of exercise, and how we can pick healthier caffeinated choices! Mentioned: Kroma Wellness | Instagram Beaming Four SigmaticOMPizzana Gwyneth PaltrowNuttZo Amass O-Ya SushiLisa: LinkedIn | Instagram Discount:Use the Code “PURELY10” for 10% off any Kroma Product. Say Hi To Elizabeth and Purely Elizabeth: Website | Instagram
Are you making your breakfast decisions or is Gwyneth Paltrow? Are you deciding when you're hungry or are you leaving that up to Gary Taubes (fun fact: I just had to google a Keto “expert” to insert in here. lol) Do you know what satiates you or is Good Housekeeping magazine telling you what foods are filling? Do you know when you're full or is your point counter calling the shots? My point: are you truly tuned into your body or are you letting outside “experts”, books, magazines, blogs, tv, scales, and trackers make all the decisions? Are you outsourcing your well-being? Are you trusting “THEM” more than you trust you? Note: I keep putting the word EXPERT in air quotes which I realize is a bit cheeky because experts do exist (hi!!!) but I want you to begin questioning anyone who thinks they know your body better than you do and encourages you to consistently override what your body is asking for. You here me?? It's time to take back your power. Yesterday, I encouraged you to begin to get to know the diet culture voice in your head - the one that reinforces all those food and weight rules, from all those external places and "experts", that you've picked up along the way. The goal? To separate yourself from the voice that's creating all the drama in your head, so you can do what I'm gonna ask you to do today. Today is all about becoming INTERNALLY led. As in, checking in with your body and making decisions based on what is right for YOU. Tune in to today's episode for more details and then hop over to Instagram to join in on the conversation and WIN SOME PRIIIIIZES! Join the Juicy Body Challenge Email list HERE. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/foodfreedombodylove/message
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by your to-do list? Do you approach each day a certain amount of angst because of stress that's gnawing at you? This week's guest is going to UNLOCK some important insights for you. My guest, THATCHER WINE, is going to dig into many of the things I've been talking about and marry it to a proven strategy that will DRAMATICALLY INCREASE what you can accomplish this year. That strategy is MONOTASKING. As you can guess, it's a complete departure from MULTITASKING which you're already well aware of. You'll get stuff done by multitasking, but the TRUTH is… Multitasking teaches you how to be BUSY. Monotasking teaches you how to be PRODUCTIVE. Understand the difference? Thatcher Wine is a successful entrepreneur, author, and founder/CEO of JUNIPER BOOKS that specializes in custom curated libraries and designing special edition book sets. Since launching it 20 years ago, he's developed a devoted Instagram following and has customers in 60 countries, including GWENETH PALTROW, who hired him to curate her book collection in 2019. Thatcher's new book, THE TWELVE MONOTASKS, lays out a STEP-BY-STEP PLAN OF ATTACK in areas of your life where you can develop laser focus to help you get stuff done. We also get into why he has been an advocate for READING AS MONOTASK AND A FORM OF SELF-CARE, and how you can use it as a means to BUILD FOCUS in the digital age. As a cancer survivor, he reveals why that diagnosis changed his PERSPECTIVE on how he approaches living. We've all faced situations like this, so you'll readily identify with why you need a list of VALUES and PRACTICES in place now to help you get the most out of each day you're alive. Thatcher Wine's take on how to use MONOTASKING to better live your life WITH INTENTION and IN THE PRESENT MOMENT will open your eyes in many ways.
It's January, the biggest month of the year for diets… or is it “wellness” now? DISCLAIMER Colorful words may be used. don't be alarmed. NEWSLETTER https://view.flodesk.com/pages/61525a85337f1c2aacf52f6d Etsy Shop is open! https://www.etsy.com/shop/CGBPrints FIND ME ON ALL THE THINGS Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/cindyguentertbaldo YouTube - https://youtube.com/c/CindyGuentertBaldo Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/llamaletters/ Discord - https://discord.gg/Rwpp7Ww Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/llamaletters/ Website - www.cindyguentertbaldo.com STUFF I MENTIONED Good Housekeeping Article - https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/diet-nutrition/a35036808/what-is-diet-culture/ Maintenance Phase - http://maintenancephase.com/ Inquiries - firstname.lastname@example.org TRANSCRIPTION Hello, everybody. Welcome back to the uncurated life podcast. Before I even get into this episode, I wanted to give you a bit of a trigger warning for anybody who struggles with, talk about weight. Talk about dieting, talk about exercise, talk about disordered eating and all of that. I will be talking about my thoughts on how wellness and dieting seem to be. Kind of interchanged with each other right now, is this all my own thoughts and my own experiences, but I know that for some people, this can be a conversation that can be really hard for them. So I'm just letting you know, upfront that if you need to skip this episode, no hard feelings. Totally understand. But I wanted to say that upfront because I love you. Let's get going. Not that this is your first time here. My name is Cindy Guentert-Baldo this is kind of a heavy one to get started on, but it also kind of gives you an idea of sort of the, the different ways that this podcast kind of takes shape. I love to talk about how we live our lives on the internet. And for me, that can show up in some sassy molassey and that can also show up in some kind of heavier conversations. And today's definitely going to be on the heavier side, but it is something that has been weighing on me quite a bit. Recently, no pun intended. And that is, is wellness. The new diet. Imagine. Wellness and diet, both being in quotes. Now I had already had this thought and I will kind of talk about that a little bit in a hot minute here, but if you don't already listen to it, maintenance phase is a fantastic podcast where they dissect a lot of things around diet, culture and wellness culture, and it's fascinating. And it has helped me really unpack some of the stuff that I have had ingrained in me for a long ass time. And. I think that if you haven't listened to it, I'll make sure to link it in the show notes. There talk about wellness and diet has been really instrumental for me in solidifying some of the thoughts I was already having. Although I will also say that I don't have very solid thoughts on this. This is more of a stream of consciousness conversation that brings in my experiences and my thoughts on the subject. And this will be an ongoing conversation, I think, cause it's fascinating to me lately, especially as it pertains to myself, my body image. And how some of those things can impact my kids. So I guess a good place to start is my history with dieting. I'm 42 years old. Well, I'm almost 42. I keep saying I'm 42, but I haven't quite turned 42 yet, but I'm getting there. I grew up in the eighties in the nineties. Dieting was everywhere, but it wasn't really something that was impressed upon me, partly because I grew. In a fairly poor household. And there wasn't really any conversation about dieting because the conversation was often about. W what kind of food we were going to have for dinner? Like where are we going to have to go get the free government food? Or where are we going to have to get something on clearance at the grocery store that my mom was going to have to make stretch? It, it wasn't like a, it wasn't a real conversation in our house. If my mom was into diet culture. Honestly, I don't remember it now. My sisters could totally contradict me on this. I also was a very self-absorbed teenager, especially, but I don't remember my mom being super into, into diet culture for one. My mom, as a profession was a cook. She did was a kitchen manager at a restaurant at the cafeteria. She worked in various kitchens throughout her life and loved to cook. Unfortunately, when it came to our meals, she was burned out on cooking for the most part, and also trying to stretch a very, very meager budget when it came to our food. But she wasn't afraid of. On top of that, my mom was a bigger lady. She was not skinny by any stretch of the means. She was a much a bigger person, but she seemed to have quite a bit, at least again, from my memory of a fairly good body image of herself, partly because my dad thought that she was just absolutely gorgeous and. They may have fought like cats and dogs, but they also were high school sweethearts and super into each other. And so, again, from my perspective, I'm not speaking for my mom and my mom has passed away. So she can't really speak for herself anymore. But from what I remember observing. I didn't get a lot of my issues with food from my mom's specifically when I was in high school, I did have body image issues, but most of my body image issues were surrounded by the fact that I was six, two. I grew a foot and a half in a year. And when you AE are super tall female and be. It's like the mid nineties and they haven't really started selling like long sizes and a lot of the super discount stores, which is all we could afford to shop at. I wound up having to do things like wear men's jeans because they were the only ones that weren't high waters on me. So most of my body image issues that I remember were surrounded by, um, how tall I was not my weight. I honestly don't really remember being super. Annoyed by my weight in high school, what I will say. And again, this can go back to my self absorbed. Anise is that both of my sisters tended towards my mom's body shapes. They were both are both larger than me. And maybe part of me was like, oh, well, I don't have to worry about that. Cause I'm skinnier than them, which is a shitty thing to say, but. I can totally see myself sort of internalizing that. I just don't remember any real issues that I had with body image that wasn't around, both my height and the fact that I have never been able to give my hair. Like I didn't even know. Straight irons were like flat irons were a thing. I just thought people had naturally smooth hair and my shitty hair and my shitty teeth were just because I was poor. I found out later. Yeah, that is part of it because I couldn't afford the things to make them fancy, but it wasn't that fancy people, rich people just happen to be more fancy know they can afford the ways to be more fancy suffice it to say, I didn't start struggling with weight until I got. It really started when I was in my first marriage. And some of it came from comments that my ex-husband made, that had to do with his standards for beauty. And they weren't about me being. Overweight. They were about me having smaller boobs basically. And I internalized a lot of that. I don't think he really knew when he told me those things, that that was going to impact me for years to come. I think for him, he was just making an offhanded comment, but. For me, they did impact me for a long time. And the, and again, this goes back to a lot of what I've been thinking about lately, which is it's very easy for us to make offhanded comments. About ourselves, about other people that we don't think are a big deal, but there may be people overhearing what we're saying or that we're saying them to, whether it's our kids, whether it's other people in our lives, whatever the case may be. And so what to us, does it seem a big deal because we've already internalized it or it just doesn't seem like a big deal to us. It could be really awful for somebody else. And that's just been something that I've been grappling with lately. Again, that particular comment did not make me really worry about my weight. The worrying about my weight began when I was pregnant and it wasn't even when I was pregnant, my first pregnancy with cat, I went 41 weeks. I gained 70 pounds and when I had cat, cat was a little under 10 pounds. I was having a lot of trouble dropping the weight at first. And I wanted to, I wanted to just get back to my normal and believe me, my normal has Al was always at the time, like 180 pounds. Again, I'm six, two. I wasn't ever expecting to be super, super skinny or anything. I just didn't want to be where I was at the time. So I went on weight Watchers for the first time. And this first round of WeightWatchers that I was on was successful for me. I wound up losing the majority of that weight and feeling really good about it. I wasn't exercising all that much cause exercise and I have never been good friends with each other, but I was like just really counting calories and restricting the food I was eating and it worked. And then I got pregnant again. And this time with RJ. Because of various circumstances, which I can totally go into in another video. A lot of it was my fault. Uh, we wound up, I wasn't working and we wound up having a lot of trouble, like with money in general, in the early days of my pregnancy with RJ, I wound up going without food for a week because I was so worried that we wouldn't have enough money for food and for gas to get me to the job I was going to. And I ended up blacking out at my training. So. Suffice it to say that even when I started working again, I did not have either the time because I had a toddler or the disposable income to indulge all of my cravings. When I was pregnant with cat dude, I was all about the Wienerschnitzel, corn dogs and shit, or chili dogs, and shit like that. But with RJ, I only gained 20 pounds. And then on top of that, he was almost 11 pounds when he was born. So that to me felt like, like triumphant, but I did again, try to go on weight Watchers to lose the weight a second time. And this time I struggled with it. However, I discovered that there was another way that one could lose weight. Enter the time in my life. When I was below my goal weight, I was the skinniest I had ever been in my life. Not only that people were telling me how good I looked, I was also the most miserable I had ever been in my life. It was when things were really bad between my ex-husband and I, and I was a manager at trader Joe's and I was working 50 plus hours a week on a schedule where I barely saw my. It was chain smoking. I was only eating basically goldfish, crackers and drinking. Coca-Cola. That was it. That was basically my life now. No, at this point, I didn't know I had polycystic kidney disease, but my blood pressure, it was only just then starting to skyrocket. Amazing. I can't imagine why. Right. But like, you could see my hips and I felt really, really like, like, like Zoolander would say really, really good looking, but I was utterly miserable. This is a very self-destructive period of my life. I was drinking too much. All sorts of shit happened again. I might go into this more and more detail one day, but that's not the subject of this podcast. The best weight I'd ever been in my life was the most unhealthy I'd ever been in my life. And yet I was still proud of myself for being that weight. And for a long time afterwards, once I had gotten out of that marriage, once Jesse and I had started dating and then living together and I put on like the happy, the happy weight, the weight that comes when one stops, one, quit smoking for one and is not like completely and utterly lost. Depressed and just fucked up for that whole time. Yeah, I put on the weight, but I would keep idealizing this ideal of myself when I was a super skinny, but also really unhealthy. This was the first time it began to occur to me, but not in the front of my mind, in the back of my mind that it's not about how much you weigh when it comes to how healthy you are. That doesn't mean that there can't be health problems that come with being. In the upper limits of weight and there's things that come with being in the lower ends of the weight spectrum or whatever. I'm not saying that, but what I am saying is that how much someone weighs is not necessarily an indicator of their health. There are other indicators that are much more obvious making assumptions about someone's health based on their weight is foolish because that doesn't tell you anything. But at the time, I didn't quite think about that. Now I was never a diet cycler, but in the years after I got together with Jess, I put back on weight because I had quit smoking cold Turkey right before we moved in together. And then. Generally speaking, I was much happier. So I was not like subsiding on crackers and soda anymore. There were times when I would return to my old favorite, the weight Watchers that I did, the whole 30, my kids will make jokes about that to this day, because they were like, mom, are you fucking kidding me? I flirted with plenty of diets, but I didn't. Um, really go down the super high protein end of things. Mostly because again, knowing that I had kidney disease, that just seemed like a bad idea at the time. However, in the time of this timeframe, I began to notice certain wording around dieting coming from my diet fat free, you know, zero points kind of WeightWatchers lifestyle. I began to notice with some of my friends. Th their wording was different, but it felt the same very specifically. It was around things like eating, clean, eating, lean, feeling, lean, feeling light, you know? Yeah, cleansing toxins. My first real exposure to this shit started happening. It was happening to me and a group of my friends and I immediately was like, what the fuck does that even mean? It just sounds like diet talked. Clothed differently. And I had evidence of that fairly soon. I had a friend who blacked out from not eating enough in there eating lean phase or whatever. And so I was like, okay, this, this is kind of concerning me. But again, it didn't cause me to take a look at what I was trying to do. Like, okay, this person is saying they want to eat clean and feel light. And I'm like, I'm kind of worried about you, man. But then I turn around and I'm like, how many? Zero point snacks can I get in today? Right. So that all leads me to the most recent years where I've really, I've really kind of changed my thought process on all of it. One of the things that changed that thought process is having polycystic kidney disease. Literally because my kidneys are massive. They make me look pregnant and has taken me a long time. I'm talking up until recent days where I can look at myself in the mirror and not completely hate the way I look. I recognize why I look the way I look and. I am trying real hard to love my body, but I think I've at least gotten to a point where I liked my body. I don't love the way it feels a lot at the time, but I also am at a point now there's nothing like fucking chronic kidney disease to let you know that when you eat something that your body doesn't like, your body lets you know, real quickly and that's where I'm at right now. So it's a balance of how nauseated I am. Most of the time. And how certain things that I tend to go towards when I'm nauseated might make me feel like shit. Maybe because of my medications, maybe because of my kidney function, it depends on the thing, but it's, it's helped me work my way through it. I don't recommend this. I don't recommend chronic genetic illness as a way to help you figure out your. Your issues with diet culture, plot twist, though, as I was starting to come to terms with my body, both how it felt and how it looked. I started to also notice at the same time that all of those things that were beginning to irk me years ago with my friends about eating clean and all of that, we're starting to take over the fucking world of dieting and so on and so forth. Thanks to things like goop and all sorts of other shit. This idea of eating clean wellness, flushing your toxins, and. People talking about flushing, their toxins is one of the things that annoys the everliving shit out of me. If you have working kidneys, that's their job and your liver's job as somebody who does not have very well working kidneys when I need, when there comes a day, when I need to flush my toxins, that's done with dialysis. So miss me with your fucking talks and flushing. Thank you very much. Moving forward. So noticing that, that eating clean the way that instead of talking about going on a diet, now, people were talking about improving their wellness and an eating clean and restricting carbs and whatever the case may be, it's they wouldn't say restricting, they would say I'm avoiding carbs or whatever. The language softened, it felt a lot more like Gwenyth Paltrow, the way that you would talk about things. And then. I began to notice how I was talking about food around my kids. When I talked about being bad, when it came to eating something, when I talked about. Having a cheat day or whatever. I didn't ever notice those things. But remember what I said before about comments that you think are not innocuous impacting people harder when one of your teenagers struggles with disordered eating, especially around avoiding and restricting foods. You begin to recognize whenever that stuff starts to come out of your mouth and that began to happen for me. And so, even though I felt like I was coming to better terms with how I saw my body, I realized that I had a lot of the training retraining to do and how I talked about shit in general, because some of those things that to me were kind of throwaway comments. We're impacting my kid in a way that was forming their opinions of themselves so that as they went into their life, they might change how they feel about certain things. Now that's kind of where I'm at now. So that gives you sort of the beginning to the, the current state of how I am feeling like I'm more at peace with my body. Not at peace of the fact that my body is shutting down, but at peace with what I need to do in order to feel less shit. And not worry about the rest of it. That's where I'm at right now. Like currently I need to start reducing my salt according to my nephrologist. So that's something to think about, but not because I'm worried about being fat beat because I need to reduce salt for my blood pressure sake because I have kidney disease. So I'm comfortable with where I'm at with my body. I mean, I'd be comfortable in my body, but that is reasons beyond my control. But what I am comfortable with is how I feel about my body. And I have hard days. But they're fewer than they used to be. But right now, currently, what I am worried about is my kids, not just the one, discover this, dealing with disordered eating, but both of them and the images they're taking into the world, as well as really thinking about like the things that are so deep inside of me, that I don't even notice them. I want to remove as many landmines as possible, both for my kids and for myself. Anyway, now that we've talked about that, I want to talk about a few things that, that, um, are kind of at the forefront of my brain when it comes to this whole idea of wellness versus diet and how they're both just basically insidious. One thing for me is the obsession with food. And this is something that my kid is working on, right. This obsession with eating the right foods. Which is now it's like, let's eat the clean foods. Let's eat the non, the non-toxic foods, whatever used to be let's eat the fat free foods or the no points foods or the no carbs foods or the low carbs foods or whatever the language has changed. It used to be like, they would say like fat free or low fat or whatever, but now it's about eating clean. I keep coming back to that, but that's like eating clean and wellness are like fucking two sides of the same goddamn. I'm not saying eating less processed foods is terrible. It's a, it's fine. It's a good thing. But when you start assigning morality to your food, that's when we start heading into trouble territory. Assigning some foods as good. And some foods is bad. Some foods as naughty in some foods is nice. Some foods is clean and some foods is dirty. That's assigning moral judgements to food that doesn't fucking exist. It's just food. And believe me, when I say it is just a first world problem too, because if you think about it, If you really wanted to improve, people's eating. If you really wanted to improve public health, if you really wanted to improve all of these things, if it wasn't about beauty standards, if it was about real overall health that we would be working on things like bringing accessible food to food deserts. Stopping equating obesity with health problems because really the health problems need to be addressed. The obesity is not the health problem. You can address it. If there's an issue that's causing like joint pain or whatever, but if you have health problems, doctors need to look at that first. And having access to things like open space, places for people to walk easily accessible things for people to do where they can move their body and making it so that moving your butt, like getting people, the clue that you just want to find a way to move your body, that you like, you don't have to punish yourself. Exercise. Shouldn't be punishment. I'm getting on a tangent tangent here, tirade. I'm very sorry about that. I'm actually not very sorry about that, hashtag, sorry, not sorry. I will say that aside from my own management of changing my language around food and exercise and trying to remove the morality from food, the other things that really, really piss me off are a, the way that people make assumptions about. Based on body size and that's gonna be an entirely different podcast. I can tell you from my own experience and from experience of my family members, the differences in ways one might get treated at the doctor's office based on how big you are, right? The way that you can't necessarily be diagnosed with an eating disorder. If you aren't at a certain BMI, which excludes everybody, who's not at a super low BMI who also has disordered eating. And then of course, there's my anger at companies selling us. Now it's wellness culture used to be diet culture. Now it's wellness culture companies sell it to us because the way you sell something to someone, as you identify the problem, and then you sell them a way to fix it. And so for company and wellness, dieting, all, that's a huge Indian. And so companies can make more money if they're selling a solutions to why we're fat solutions, to why we're unhealthy solutions, to help us with our wellness, as opposed to actually addressing the systemic things, donating money, or doing all the things advocating for government help for the. Actually will cause society as a better as a whole to be more well, we're selling us this thing that makes us feel like, well, if we do this and we eat clean and we remove all of our toxins and blah-blah-blah, then, then we might get closer to Gwyneth Paltrow. You know, I don't know. This is a big rant. You guys, I don't even think this is as organized as I wanted it to be, but we go back to my central thesis. Right? Is wellness the new diet? Yes. Yes, it is. I think that it feels like, and I got this from wellness, from wellness, from maintenance phase, they said something like, sometimes it feels like you just take a bunch of papers about, or like advertisements about diet and control F and replace all of the diet with wellness. And there you go. It's the same fucking shit. And I'm not saying taking care of yourself, self care, that sort of thing is not important. But what I am saying is that companies. And gurus and people trying to make money off of us capitalism if they take diet, which is an extremely, extremely lucrative industry. But it's starting to get a bad rap because dieting does not sound like the business in 2022. If they repackage it as wellness, suddenly people are willing to buy it again. I'm trying to be more discerning about that. And my hope is that if you struggle with this, that this might help you get a little bit of clarity towards being more discerning about it. And I know this was ramble-y, this was all over the place, but I needed to get some of this off my chest. I will be re-exploring this topic more in upcoming days or upcoming months, whatever. But in the meantime, what I would love to know if you understood or agreed with any of this, let me know in Instagram stories, tag me at @llamaletters so I can see it share this podcast. If that's interesting to you, I just I'd really like to know your thoughts anyway. Thanks to my patrons for sponsoring this episode. That's what they always do and the rad, and you can check it out at www.patreon.com/cindyguentertbaldo to find out more. Thank you so much for listening until next time, my friends peace out.
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This is a special episode of On Purpose where Gwyneth Paltrow sits down with Jay Shetty in her goop event held at the Porsche Design Center in Los Angeles with only 150 people in the audience. We get to listen to Jay's journey as a monk and his career shift after leaving monkhood, how we can condition our mind to find strength and happiness, and what can help us learn how to appreciate our step by step journey. Gwyneth is an American actress and lifestyle innovator. She won an Oscar for Best Actress for her role in Shakespeare in Love in 1999, and later appeared in Iron Man and other films from the Marvel franchise. Her lifestyle brand, goop, was launched in 2008.Achieve success in every area of your life with Jay Shetty's Genius Community. Join over 10,000 members taking their holistic well-being to the next level today, at https://shetty.cc/OnPurposeGeniusWhat We Discuss:00:00 Intro02:17 From being a monk to a life coach05:28 Why mini experiments are important in our lives08:23 The more choices we have, the worst mistakes we make10:05 Learning how to find stillness in discomfort13:50 Why our minds are compared to monkeys16:49 When you wake up to notifications, negativity, news, and noise22:03 Committing to a 2-hour daily meditation25:51 The types of meditation 28:28 Appreciating where you are in life31:06 Create dreams through people33:28 The most powerful dreams are linked to service and impact35:07 When is the best time to switch?Like this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!Episode Resources:Gwyneth Paltrow | TwitterGwyneth Paltrow | InstagramGwyneth Paltrow | Facebookgoop
SEX IS LIFE! It's your birthright to enjoy SEXUAL Pleasure, as the body is a wonderland of Pleasure, per Jaiya. Who recently appeared on Netflix Realty Series, Sex, Love & Goop. Phenomenal! Kudos to Gwyneth Paltrow who scratched the surface of trying to shed light on how awesome our bodies are; especially relating to SEX. As your number 1 cheerleader, who's goal for 2022 is to bring you great content, have amazing guest to O-CUM and share their outstanding priceless gems (a Clubhouse Term); so that you are enlightened, informed, and educated in the areas of your natural sexual pleasure. Season 4 - Yaay! 2022 will be Epic. Lucia Pavone is a star on Clubhouse, and she is a Somatic SEX Educator, Pleasure Instigator, Permission Grantor, Sensual Alchemy, and Speaker. Welcome to S4 E1 - PLEASURE INSTIGATOR, I can guarantee that you will feel the ORGASMIC ENERGY that Lucia and I felt during my incredible interview with her. Please subscribe, and join The Pleasure Journey here and on ClubhouseSupport the show (https://oralicious.com/podcast/)
We cover a lot of ground in this episode!Autymn tells us why A Goofy Movie is a black nerd classic. Joe then gives us a dose of queer fan fiction. Then we discuss a microcosm of topics, including:the "down low"Art Babbitt, the genesis of the Goofy character, minstrelsy, black representation, phrenology AKA the pseudo-science of skull shape & Goofy's bumpthe racism of Disney & why old cartoons aren't on Disney+Goofy's mode of existence as proof that mistakes are okparent-child role reversalJeffrey Katzenberg & the checkered history of A Goofy MovieA Goofy Movie's marginal placement within the Disney Renaissance & its cult statusDisney + Miramax = Joe hates (and rants about) Oscar campaigninga roast of Gwyneth Paltrowchildhood afternoon cartoon programming blocksthe "fork in the road" movie: the movie that thrusts you right into adulthoodAdditional Resources:https://theoutline.com/post/7549/a-goofy-movie-black-classichttps://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/rjn24j/is_a_goofy_movie_one_of_the_bestmost_under/IG: @vhs_glowTwitter: @vhs_glowRoyalty-free music: Music Produced by: Aries Beats - https://www.youtube.com/c/ariesbeatsPromoted by: CRFC - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQLZ...
“The more universal you try to make something, the less meaning it has,” says Stanley Tucci. “The more specific something is, the more universal it becomes.” GP catches up with Tucci to talk about threading together different passions and the transcendent places food can take us. Tucci talks about his family, his memoir Taste, and recovering from cancer while filming a food and travel series. This one made us laugh. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comedians John Fugelsang and Caitlin Peluffo hang. We talk about using the Bible to debate right wing Christians, getting arrested at the border, and discussing how horrible the pandemic was for Gwyneth Paltrow had to eat bread. follow John & Caitlin on twitter @JohnFugelsang & @CaitlinPeluffo
Breaking up is hard to do. We all know that. But what of this newfangled idea that it doesn't have to be riddled with bitterness, resentment, suspicion, or anger? Crazy? Gwyneth Paltrow called it conscious uncoupling. Isabel Gillies says it's just what she did to get the best result for herself, her kids and her future. It's the modern family where four people might show up for that parent-teacher conference and exs are vacationing together. Isabel says the keys are radical acceptance, wanting what you have and loving your lemons, seeds and all. It can happen. // If you have questions or guest suggestions, Ali would love to hear from you. Call or text her at (323) 364-6356. Or email go-ask-ali-podcast-at-gmail.com. (No dashes) // Link of Interest: Isabel Gillies' Book, Happens Every Day: An All-Too-True Story https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4907301-happens-every-day Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Peter crone is known as The Mind Architect. His previous career included travelling the world with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman as their personal coach. Pete works with everyone from world-class athletes such as NBA stars, pro Baseballers & golfers, to elite business owners and leaders, to famous actors and actresses like Gwyneth Paltrow, to stay-at-home parents, all to redesign the subconscious mind. The financial times have been quoted saying “Meeting Peter Crone is like meeting Buddha, Einstein, and Austin Powers at the same time.” And after working with Pete, Gwyneth Paltrow said: "The fact that Peter calls himself a mind architect is apropos, because he can articulate – in such a simple, powerful, and direct way – a blueprint to build the framework for joy, and access tools to help unbridle your potential." In this episode we discuss: How Pete became known as The Mind Architect What his relationship was like with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman An intuitive glimpse of his future that he's never shared before How we're all prisoners of our own mind - our own perspective - if we don't do the work to reframe our perspectives. The importance of shifting our mindsets from Growth, to Expansion How to detach yourself from your identity as what you ‘do', when you do the work to live as who you truly ‘are' The correlation of the transition from elite sport, business or when your children leave the nest and how to navigate this in an aligned and empowering way How your environment is either supporting you or significantly hindering your ability to live your best life. What Pete believes are the greatest concern and also the greatest gifts that comes with the government mandates, tyranny and power driven mistakes we're experiencing in the world at the moment. And plenty more great discussions that prove abundance, love and freedom are always an inside job. Follow Pete Online: Website: https://www.petercrone.com/ (petercrone.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/petercroneofficial/ (@petercroneofficial) If you enjoy this episode or any others on this show, please jump onto your podcast app and give this a five star rating and review. It helps me serve you better and consistently allow me to live in alignment with my values and philosophy. Keep Thriving Legends!
Original Air Date: June 23, 2021PANTS with Kate Moennig and Leisha HaileyProduced by Melisa D. Monts and Diamond MPrint Productions This week the duo are chatting with Kate's cousin Gwyneth Paltrow! They share stories from their childhood and answer listener questions about getting over exes, not liking your friend's partner, and their most spontaneous activities. Follow us on Twitter @ThePantsPodFollow us on Instagram @ThePantsPodEmail us: email@example.comMusic: Carol Parra @csssuxxxArtwork: Lovefoxxx See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode of the Unhashed Podcast, learn about Chinese Bitcoin mining continuing in secret, Ledn launching the world's first Bitcoin Mortgage, Gwyneth Paltrow selling BTC to the Goop group, Russia (maybe sorta) banning Bitcoin, and NFTs just keep NFTing.
It's a Christmas institution, like arguing over Monopoly or watching Jurassic Park, it's the Just The Fitness Tip Christmas special and do we have a fantastic show for you. Jason & Michael are joined by Lewis from Grams cafe, live from Upload Studios in Edinburgh. Jason kicks things off by introducing us to the Just The Fitness Tip Christmas gift guide. Will Lewis and Mich be happy with their very uniquely scented candles? Michael shares some extremely rare Bailey's with us. He drank it last year, will we still be drinking it next year? Lewis chats to us about his favourite Christmas foods and ways to eat healthy over the festive season, by telling us not to bother about eating healthy this festive season. Of course, no Just The Christmas Tip episode would be complete without the entertainment and hilarity of the Goop Christmas gift guide, brought to you by the new age Santa herself; Gwyneth Paltrow. Including leopard print rolling papers, a mirrored tree house and a Chanel sled. And no episode would be complete without the Tip Hop quote. It's got blasphemy, it's got a musical medley, it's even got a poorly executed version of Ronaldo's goal celebration. Big shout out to Upload Studios for inviting us to record. If you are interested in using their amazing facility please check them out here: https://uploadstudios.co.uk/ And give them a follow: @uploadstudios_ Support local business by visit Grams either for one of their wonderful "free from" cakes or their convenient meal prep service: https://www.gramsedinburgh.com/ Give them a follow: @gramsedinburgh
Starring - Gene Hackman, Anjelica Huston, Ben Stiller, Gwyneth Paltrow, Luke Wilson, Owen Wilson, Bill Murray, Danny Glover, Seymour Cassel; Director - Wes Anderson; Written By - Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson; Music - Mark Mothersbaugh; Cinematography - Robert D. Yeoman; Editor - Dylan TichenorWebsite: https://amoviepodcast.com/Twitter: @ItsaFilmPodcastInstagram: toomanycaptainsproductions
“We have a societal image problem with sleep,” says scientist Matthew Walker, PhD. GP sat down with Walker at our In goop Health wellness summit to talk about why so many of us struggle with this essential pillar of our well-being. He discusses how sleep—and lack of it—impacts our health, our emotions, and our communities. Walker shares the scientific findings from his compelling research, and he leaves us with simple and practice advice for getting the best night of rest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
New Merch: http://badfriendsmerch.com Thank you to our Sponsors: hank you to our Sponsors: https://www.doordash.com code: BADFRIENDS2021 & https://www.babbel.com/badfriends & http://upstart.com/badfriends & BLUECHEW YouTube Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BadFriends 0:00 Check Out Our New Merch 0:31 Andrew's Biggest Fearr 8:08 Rudy's Ghost Will Haunt Bobby and Andrew 14:42 Gwyneth Paltrow's Eyes, J-Lo's Butt 21:49 Roller Coasters and Swimming With Sharks 30:39 Andrew's Street Sense 39:43 Bobby Loses 35 Grand... because he forgot his ID 45:11 Adam Ray's Phone Call 51:16 Bobby's Inside Job Character 59:09 8-Year All Badass 1:04:11The Reason Andrew Can't Watch Game Of ThronesMore Bobby Lee TigerBelly: https://www.youtube.com/tigerbelly Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobbyleelive Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobbyleelive Tickets: https://bobbyleelive.com More Andrew Santino Whiskey Ginger: https://www.youtube.com/andrewsantinowhiskeyginger Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cheetosantino Twitter: https://Twitter.com/cheetosantino Tickets: http://www.andrewsantino.com More Bad Friends iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bad-friends/id1496265971 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badfriendspod Twitter: https://twitter.com/badfriends_pod Official Website: http://badfriendspod.com Opening Credits and Branding: https://www.instagram.com/joseph_faria & https://www.instagram.com/jenna_sunday Credit Sequence Music: http://bit.ly/RocomMusic // https://www.instagram.com/rocom Character Design: https://www.instagram.com/jeffreymyles Bad Friends Mosaic Sign: https://www.instagram.com/tedmunzmosaicart Produced by: George Kimmel & Bryce Hallock - 7EQUIS Podcast Producers: Andres Rosende & Pete Forthun This podcast episode was sponsored by Candy Crush Sponsorships: on for this episode
On this episode of Chill Filtered, Cole and Robby drink their first French whisky on the podcast: Bastille 1789 Blended French Whisky. They talk crapping one's pants, Gwyneth Paltrow, the Christmas spirit, French whisky rules and more. On Whiskey World News, Robby reads an article about Whiskey Del Bac's recent accolades. And on “What Whiskey Would You Choose?”, Robby asks: What whiskey belongs to someone on the naughty list? Join the boys for a fun foray into French whisky and see if it's worth grabbing on this episode.
Acne is the most common skin issue and Dr. Yug Varma of Phyla Skincare has developed a biotech company that goes to the root cause of acne. Dr. Yug Varma is the co-founder and CEO of Phyla, the world's most advanced probiotic acne system. Dr. Varma has over 10 years of microbiome research experience including an extensive background in bio-organic chemistry, microbiology, and synthetic biology. His scientific work has been published in many prestigious journals, including Nature.Phyla is a biotech company setting the standard for acne care. Their products contain probiotics that kills the acne-causing bacteria to balance the skin's microbiome. Their skincare system products longer term healthy skin.In this episode, we talk about how the gut microbiome affects our skin health, and why the skin microbiome is important. Dr. Varma shares how we can maintain the skin's microbiome. He sheds light on what the acne culprit is, what exactly is "bacteriophage", and many more. FOLLOW PHYLA SKINCAREPhyla's WebsitePhyla's InstagramFOLLOW HELLO BEAUTYHello Beauty's InstagramFOLLOW JOYCE PLATONJoyce Platon's Instagram
Kevin Hart trying wines might be the most entertaining thing you'll hear all week. A kid learns to say ‘Batty' thanks to Roz & Mocha. Gwyneth Paltrow can't remember staring in a ‘Spider-Man' movie. A song called ‘ABCDEFU' knocks Adele out of the #1 spot. Plus, with the Grey Cup this weekend we put a Tiger-Cats fan and a Blue Bombers fan together on the phone and let them fight it out!
Happy Thursday, fam!!!!On today's show: Our take on the Brooke Blurton and Abbie Chatfield story that spilled out onto social media this week. Chanel is blasted for its shitty $1100 advent calendar, Tristan Thompson proves he is literally the worst yet again, Gwyneth Paltrow doesn't remember… anything, and then, a leaked magazine spread proves to be a colossal headache for Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott.This week, Zara recommended this Jeremy Strong profile from The New Yorker. Mich recommended listening to the podcast, Fallen Angel.Got some thoughts on today's episode you wanna share? We're allllll ears (also, eyes, heads, bodies, etc etc) - join in the convo over on our Insta @shamelesspodcast.Big thanks to Dyson for making this episode possible. You can check out the Dyson Corrale hair straightener over on dyson.com.au as well as all of their other incredible hair tools.Want to support our show? We are sending air kisses, air tea, and air hugs (too far?) to anyone who clicks ‘subscribe' on Apple (bonus hugs for anyone who leaves a five-star review, too) or ‘follow' on Spotify.Still not enough? Well! Our hearts! See below for everything else.Subscribe to the weekly ‘ASK SHAMELESS' newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gFbYLTJoin our book club: https://www.instagram.com/theshamelessbookclub/Check out our website: https://shamelessmediaco.com/Write to the Shameless Mailbag: Email firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks for listening! We are very big fans of yours.
In this part we mourn those we have lost, Joe Biden hits the podium sick, Kamala Harris staff abandoning ship, friends go to anime con and all catch Omicron, Jussie Smollett in court, Gwyneth Paltrow doesn't know any of the movies or actors she worked on/with, Christian anti vaxxer catches Rona and dies, plumber finds checks and money behind loose toilet in Joel Osteens church, Deactur Ga offers 100$ gift cards to get your booster, petition started to get Will and Jada to stop talking about their marriage, and much more! Check us out Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TokyoBlackHour/ Check out the Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_C1Txvh93PHEsnA-qOp6g?view_as=subscriber Follow us on Twitter @TokyoBlackPod Get your apparel at https://tkbpandashop.com/ You can also catch us Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify Check out Every Saturday Morning here https://www.everysaturdaymorning.fun Check out The Basic Caucasian Podcast here https://www.youtube.com/user/dgriffin156 The Kamen Ride With Me podcast here https://open.spotify.com/show/6AnU7AMegB3Lt6qJkFEEs9
Joining me today from Dublin, Ireland, for this episode of the Mads Singers Management Podcast is the owner of Arlo Blue, Sinead Kearns.Initially, a teacher who worked in a school for the disadvantaged, Sinead loved her job. However, being an ambitious person made her seek better opportunities. Remembering her father's advice on being your boss, Sinead went back to her roots and thought of what path to take. Naturally passionate about sports and fashion, Sinead took the plunge because she wanted to provide high-quality clothing at reasonable prices. Often, many business owners believe that they need to know everything to start a business. While this may be true initially, you don't need to continue on this path, especially if it takes up most of your time. Learn to delegate small tasks to your staff even if you are starting to focus your energy on building and developing your business. Later down the road, you can bring in experts who lighten the burden and help your business grow. (Refer to Episode 97 where Nicolene Elhadad talked about having a super team) No matter how small or stupid, asking questions may help you see clearer and set you on the right path or give you the best lessons.Starting a business is all about taking risks. However, it can improve lives and even give you fame or fortune when done right. While those closest around you only want the best for you, they may not be necessarily equipped with the knowledge and experience of businesses. However, even if you fail a business venture, you can use this as a stepping stone in a future job search or take lessons from it to start again. Sometimes, we may get rejected by others or make mistakes. However, this doesn't mean that it's the end of the world. It can allow us to take a step back and come back with a better strategy. We should also ask for help or share our problems because many people are willing to help even in the most simple ways.Key Learning Points: Mads says that management is such a critical self-development journey- 07:18 Sinead mentions Gwyneth Paltrow as an inspiration where there would be no stupid questions or where she would be ashamed to ask questions. - 07:36 Sinead says that it's essential for business owners to be open to learning, that they are learning and want to learn all the time, even if she has to ask obvious questions. - 08:13 Mads says that business owners who tend to pretend they know everything even if they don't are a great way to make many mistakes. - 08:48 Sinead recommends approaching someone ahead of you and asking them to be your mentor. - 09:39 Mads says that people shouldn't be discouraged, especially when receiving feedback from their friends or family. While people who love you and care about you want the best for you, they may not necessarily know anything about starting a business. - 12:11 Sinead says that when you can (and if you can), start hiring experts to make your business run smoothly. - 20:08 Sinead says that it's essential to be honest with your staff, especially if you make mistakes or if your business is facing challenges. - 23:42 Mads says that we shouldn't be ashamed to ask for help or share our problems because we are more likely to get and receive support from people. - 25:40 Mads says that when you have a good network, people love to help- 25:29 Resources Mentioned:The Common Path to Uncommon Success: A Roadmap to Financial Freedom and Fulfillment by John Lee DumasEntrepreneurs on Fire Podcast with John Lee Dumas The One Thing PodcastConnect with Sinead:LinkedInWebsiteFacebookInstagram
This week we scratch the surface and ask: Who is Gwyneth Paltrow, the founder of lifestyle brand Goop? Is she just a white, rich, thin, Hollywood actress who is spewing medical misinformation? Or is she an alternative medicine junkie trying to cure the world of big pharma and western medicine? Listen and find out what Shadai and MJ have to say. Follow us on Instagram @whatsonyourface_
You've seen your buddies' Spotify Wrapped fill your Insta Stories because Spotify's annual tradition transcends the greatest debate in tech. DoorDash is jumping into the #1 startup theme of 2021: 15-minute Super Delivery. And another Chinese stock (Didi) is pulling a Gwyneth Paltrow and “consciously uncoupling” from US markets. $SPOT $DASH $UBER $DIDI Got a SnackFact? Tweet it @RobinhoodSnacks @JackKramer @NickOfNewYork Want a shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form: https://forms.gle/KhUAo31xmkSdeynD9 Got a SnackFact for the pod? We got a form for that too: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe64VKtvMNDPGSncHDRF07W34cPMDO3N8Y4DpmNP_kweC58tw/viewform Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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1. Greg Fitzsimmons on Gwyneth Paltrow (2016) 2. Teresa Strasser and Bald Bryan (2010) Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Support the show: TommyJohn.com/Classics LiveXLive.com/adamcarolla Geico.com Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM BlindsGalore.com Request clips: Classics@adamcarolla.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrislaxamana INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/chrislaxamana1 https://instagram.com/giovannigiorgio Website: https://www.podcastone.com/carolla-classics
Hi, y'all - Amelia takes the reins as we chat about the second half of Gwyneth Paltrow's 1996 film adaptation of "Emma." Some things that come up: - Why the podcast has ruined Amelia's life - Extended discussion of our new favorite butthole - A great new nickname for a main character that we really think has legs Please enjoy! Lots of love, Julie, Alison, Janine and Amelia
Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop brand markets itself as an “alternative wellness” brand that encompasses a variety of products, tips, and information geared toward improving the wellbeing of most anyone. There are suggestions for everything from food, sexual health, clothing, and more. But the promises of improvement may be based on loose information, lack of science, of falsehoods. Still, the brand has become a powerhouse worth hundreds of millions of dollars, and despite several instances of criticism, continues to grow its empire. While we might think that the average consumer is looking for legitimate products and answers to their problem, the old adage still holds: the customer is always right, whether the scientist likes it or not. Links and Resources: https://goop.com/whats-goop/ https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-body/pictures/gwyneth-paltrows-most-controversial-goop-moments/vaginal-steaming/ https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/why-is-gwyneth-paltrows-goop-so-controversial.html/ https://www.womanandhome.com/us/life/news-entertainment/what-is-gwyneth-paltrows-goop-brand-as-product-explodes-in-fans-living-room/ https://www.insider.com/goop-history-gwyneth-paltrow-controversy-products-2019-9#in-a-move-to-provide-break-into-the-beauty-business-goop-debuted-a-nontoxic-skin-care-line-with-juice-beauty-in-2016-11 https://www.bbc.com/news/health-51312438 https://latana.com/post/goop-deep-dive/ https://www.usmagazine.com/stylish/news/gwyneth-paltrow-shares-goop-vagina-candle-inspiration-details/ We are on Reddit! https://www.reddit.com/user/WhyWeDoWhatWeDo Recommendations Abraham: A Quiet Place pt II (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8332922/) Shane: Apple Cider You can reach us directly at email@example.com, through the comments below OR on social via @wwdwwdpodcast or #wwdwwdpodcast.
Catherine is here today with Shannon Kaiser. Shannon Kaiser is the bestselling author of five books on the psychology of happiness and fulfillment, including The Self-Love Experiment, Adventures for Your Soul, and Return to Me as well as the creator and writer of the NEW Unshakable Inner Peace Oracle deck that helps us stay calm amid the chaos. As an international life coach, speaker, and retreat leader, she empowers people to awaken and align with their true self so they can live the life they were made for. She's been named among the “100 Women to Watch in Wellness” by mindbodygreen and “your go-to happiness booster” by Health magazine, alongside Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kris Carr and Gabriel Bernstein and one of the freshest voices in mental health and wellness by Chicken Soup for The Women's Soul. Find Out More About Shannon Kiser Visit Shannon's Website Connect with Shannon Kaiser on Facebook Follow Shannon on Instagram @shannonkaiserwrites It's now time to tune into this one very inspirational human being. Enjoy!
Megan and Michelle break down sexologists, wolverine claws, porn breathing, erotic types, Blues Clues, vagina puppets, escape rooms, shots as foreplay, and bad regional theater. Erotic Blueprint BreakthroughThe Still-Misunderstood Shape of the ClitorisWant to support Prosecco Theory?Check out our merch, available on teepublic.com!Follow/Subscribe wherever you listen!Rate, review, and tell your friends!Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!****************Ever thought about starting your own podcast? From day one, Buzzsprout gave us all the tools we needed get Prosecco Theory off the ground. What are you waiting for? Follow this link to get started. Cheers!!
Gwyneth Paltrow has a website (GOOP), and her annual Goop Gift Guide is out…and sure, it's for everyone, but a lot of it is ABSURDLY priced. Can you guess the price of these items?But first, did you know you can make an impact with your Cyber Monday shopping on Amazon? Save time shopping on Amazon, and give back to Bert's Big Adventure – at no cost to you – when you use http://Smile.Amazon.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
Haven't gotten your fill of O3L this week? Well, don't worry, because we're giving you a second helping! With today being Thanksgiving and all, this special episode is all about gratitude. Amongst the things for which we are most grateful: the amazing O3L community, each other, and Gwyneth Paltrow-scented candles. I mean, we could never show our gratitude as much as the band Brass Against, but we're still pretty darn fortunate and thankful. Invite your friends and family to the O3L table, and start a new Thanksgiving tradition with us. Thank you, friends...we truly wouldn't be here if it wasn't for you!
Hey, y'all - Here begins our content on one of the 1996 adaptations of "Emma." We're of course starting with the one starring Gwyneth Paltrow. In this episode, we discuss the first half of the film, right up until Jane Fairfax shows Emma what's up dueling pianos-style. Did you know that friend of the show Amelia Buzzell has seen this move well over 1,000 times? She's got some love for and THOUGHTS about it, so listen up. Lots of love - Julie, Allison, Janine and Amelia
This week's episode is brought to you by MANSCAPED! Use promo code TEET20 for 20% off! We run lean and mean this week, with emphasis on the MEAN! We discuss celebrity hate and make targets of Jeff Dunham, Nikki Glaser, Ted Nugent, Lena Dunham, Ariana Grande, and Gwyneth Paltrow. Get down in the mud with us this week as we take a comedic break from our normally serious subjects.
“The relationship you have with yourself will always be the best relationship you could ever have in the world,” says Jay Shetty. The purpose coach and author of Think Like a Monk joined GP on stage at In goop Health. They talked about redirection, finding stillness in discomfort, and why knowing ourselves intimately gives us more grace to engage with others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pat is a little skeptical about celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow who start billion dollar companies. Plus, he discusses how mental health treatment in schools has changed drastically since he was a kid, remembers the time he involuntarily got peed on at a U2 concert, and has had enough of the socially conscious company he buys his socks from.
Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y'all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!! If you have watched Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix show “S*x, Love & Goop,” then you may recognize today's podcast guests: Jaiya and Ian! Jaiya is an award-winning somatic s*xologist and creator of The Erotic Blueprint Breakthrough™, which was very transformative for me. Ian Ferguson is Jaiya's life and business partner and the co-founder of The Erotic Blueprint Breakthrough™. I am so excited to be talking with them both today about the erotic blueprint, the 5 erotic blueprints, and whether s*xual incompatibility is actually a thing. “Maybe we're actually going to have an intelligent mature conversation about s*x in our culture. Maybe we're finally ready to have that conversation.” - Jaiya What is a Somatic S*xologist? Someone who can help you understand who you are as a s*xual being. This knowledge can get rid of the layers of shame. “Soma” means “of the body.” “It's the body telling the truth, not the idea of what we think might be pleasurable or unpleasurable.” - Ian We have intellectualized sex too much— everybody is different as erotic beings. The Erotic Blueprint The Erotic Blueprint (it's a free quiz friend) will give you a language to communicate your desires as a s*xual being. Don't worry, even if there are questions in the quiz about s*xual experiences you haven't had, Jaiya teaches us how to connect with and answer them honestly. “How can I move forward in this s*xual/romantic relationship and stay connected to myself, God, and others? How can I set myself up for success whatever my s*xual ethic may be?” - Kat Harris The 5 Erotic Blueprints Energetic— turned on by the anticipation. Sensual— turned on by all senses being ignited. S*xual— turned on by penetration. Kinky— turned on by anything that's taboo. Shapeshifter— turned on by all of it! S*xual Compatibility vs Chemistry/Attraction If you're waiting for marriage to have s*x, you don't have to worry about s*xual incompatbility because you can work at it. “It's not incompatibility— it is... are you willing to do what it takes to learn the skills to honor your partner in what it is that turns them on for both of you in the relationship?” - Jaiya Chemistry— we are biochemically attracted to other people and this can change based on scents the person is wearing or whether a woman is on birth control. “S*x is natural, but making love is an art.” - Ian Rapid Fire Questions What makes good s*x? Presence, listening, willingness, awareness When is it a good time to start talking about s*x with your significant other? Right away. How do you approach the conversation? Vulnerability, create safety, stay in a place of non-judgement. What are some fun foreplay experiences? Brainstorm ideas based on your archetypes! For example, energetics should play with eye gaze and sensuals should do deep penetrating massages or bathe together. Resources Take the Erotic Blueprint Quiz here. S*xless in the City by Kat Harris Why Him? Why Her? By Helen Fisher Slow S*x by Diane Richardson Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski She Comes First by Ian Kerner Girls & S*x by Peggy Orenstein Boys & S*x by Peggy Orenstein The Great S*x Rescue by Sheila Wray Gregoire Keep up with Jaiya on IG at @missjaiya. Check out Rockefeller Center on IG at @rockefellercenter and Twitter at @rockcenternyc I am such a fan of dainty, feminine, delicate jewelry. I also am a firm believer that the physical is always an invitation to the spiritual. This is why I am so excited to be partnering with NYC-based, female-founded jewelry company Satya. Satya means “truth” in Sanskrit and all of their pieces are designed to bring joy, peace, and hope. To dive into the beautiful world of Satya jewelry, visit www.satyajewelry.com and use promo code RC15 for 15% off your first order. This past year, I've been trying to perfect some recipes I can have in my back pocket when I have company. In all of these experiences, I realized how important it is to have good cooking tools. I just got a brand new knife set from Made In Cookware and it has been life-changing. Go to MadeInCookware.com/kat and use promo code KAT for 15% off your first order! We invest large amounts of money into our careers. But with things like love, we think “It'll happen when it happens,” and with things like kids, we think “I'll think about that down the road.” What if we were just as intentional about our reproductive health as we are our careers? Modern Fertility is an easy way to test your fertility with an at-home test at a fraction of the cost. Go to ModernFertility.com/refined for $20 off your fertility test.
In episode 1028, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and co-host of Get Rich Nicks, Nick Turner, to discuss Dems trying to figure out how to not get fully WAVED in the midterms, Tanya Harding 2.0?, Arby's Releases a Vodka Because They Are Trying to Kill You, Reminder: Goop is Still Garbage and more! Dems trying to figure out how to not get fully WAVED in the midterms Joe Biden's Biggest Economic Problem? Inflation Is Rising Faster Than Wages Tanya Harding 2.0? Arby's Releases a Vodka Because They Are Trying to Kill You Want some fries in that vodka? Arby's rolls out limited edition fry-flavored booze Alcohol and junk food companies are exploiting the pandemic Reminder: Goop is Still Garbage The Splendid Uncoolness of “Sex, Love & Goop” With ‘Sex, Love & Goop,' Gwyneth Paltrow's latest career pivot might finally be worth rooting for Listen: Slow Down - Mixed By Art Feynman Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Gwyneth Paltrow has a website (GOOP), and her annual Goop Gift Guide is out…and sure, it's for everyone, but a lot of it is ABSURDLY priced.This year's gift guide comes with a twist! Can you guess the price of these sex toys? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
Darshana Avila—one of the featured experts in our new Netflix show, Sex, Love & goop—describes herself as an erotic wholeness coach. She believes that many of us have been conditioned to compartmentalize or fragment pieces of ourselves. And so often, it's the sexual piece that is most siloed. Through her work, Avila helps us to look at and embrace the full spectrum of ourselves. Part of what makes her work so valuable is the space she creates for people to cultivate intimacy first with themselves. This, Avila says, is about knowing your own body, your heart, your trauma history, your attachment style, and what lights you up in a relationship. In this episode, GP and Avila talk about how you can begin exploring it all. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I'm honored to be here with the wonderful Bob Harper, long-time host of The Biggest Loser, heart attack survivor and celebrity trainer, whose clients include the likes of Ben Stiller, Selma Blair and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Adam talks about seeing a news story earlier involving a violent stabbing, and authorities searching for a male between ages 20-25 with no additional identifying information on the suspect. Then, Adam talks about the price of college increasing by 169% since 1980. After that, Adam talks to a caller who claims to be developing a cuckolding fetish. Before the news, Adam talks about Aaron Rogers testing positive for COVID. Gina reports on today's news including: The White House saying large companies will mandate vaccines starting January 4th 2022, an update on the Las Vegas Raiders former wide receiver Henry Ruggs' deadly DUI accident, a NY man who made up a story to get his stolen car back, a man vs woman MMA fight in Poland, and Gwyneth Paltrow's Christmas Goop highlights. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Podium.com/ADAM Stamps.com enter ADAM Keeps.com/ADAM TRICOCatsAndDogs.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM Geico.com
Oscar winner and health and wellness/lifestyle guru, Gwyneth Paltrow, joins Jada and Gammy at the Red Table to discuss her new project, “Sex, Love, and Goop.” Later, sexual wellness coach and erotic educator, Jaiya, discusses her concept of Sexual Blueprints, and the importance of living a sexual life. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop Gift Guides 2021 is out which features a lot of sex toys, Quentin Tarantino to offer seven uncut scenes from ‘Pulp Fiction' as NFTs, Britney Spears calls out her momsaying she was brain behind the conservatorship, and Billy Crystal reveals his biggest career regret was turning down the role of Buzz Lighter! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Every cell in our body is wired for pleasure,” says somatic sexologist and educator Jaiya. “And I believe pleasure is our birthright and it's part of what brings us our liveliness and our connection and our intimacy with this world and with life.” In this special episode with GP, Jaiya—who is one of the experts on our new Netflix show, Sex, Love & goop—explains why she believes sexual incompatibility is a myth. Jaiya's developed something called the erotic blueprint, which helps people discover their specific arousal language: sensual, kinky, sexual, energetic, or shapeshifter. They talk about why so many of us are disconnected from their bodies. Jaiya shares what it's like to have an energetic orgasm—and the pleasure we're capable of feeling when we're willing to expand our definition of sex. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices