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Palmi is the most experienced Arctic/Polar expedition guide I know. In this episode Palmi tells the story of when he was hired to lead an expedition crossing Iceland from north to south in the middle of winter. Faced with the worst weather he has ever experienced, everything that could go wrong does go wrong.
Learn what to expect when traveling to Iceland in April. That includes road conditions, what to wear/pack, what makes it worth it to visit during this month, some tips on driving during this time, top activities, and events that happen annually during this month. Weather in Iceland in April April marks the transition from winter to spring in Iceland. The weather can be unpredictable, with varying temperatures and frequent changes. The average high temperature is 44 F (6.8 C), and the low temperature is 39 F (3 C).I always recommend that you pack layers and be prepared for sudden weather shifts, including rain, snow, wind, and occasional sunshine. Daylight Hours One of the major advantages of visiting Iceland in April is the lengthening of daylight hours. During the early part of the month, you can enjoy approximately:April 1st – 13 hours and 31 minutesOn April 15th there are 15 hours and 03 minutesApril 30th - 16 hours and 43 minutes Road Conditions & Driving in Iceland Because April is a transitional month road conditions can vary. While main roads are generally accessible, some secondary roads in remote areas may still be closed or have limited access due to lingering snow and ice.It's crucial to stay updated on road conditions and weather forecasts by checking reliable sources like the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration's website. If you plan on driving, renting a 4x4 vehicle with studded winter tires is recommended for added safety. It's a Great Time to Explore in a Car or Campervan Go Car Rental Iceland is a local Icelandic car rental company that has great customer service, a large variety of cars and very competitive prices. Use my code Iceland10 to save 10% off the entire cost of your rental car.I personally use them for when I go on adventures, and I'm so glad to hear that many of my listeners and subscribers are also having a great experience with them. I mentioned in a previous episode that one of my listeners switched to Go Car Rental Iceland from one of the internationally known rental car companies here and she saved $400! That was for a rental during the summer when prices can sometimes double due to demand.If you plan to use a campervan, use my code Iceland7 to save 7% and get two free duvets with your GO Campers van rental. Also, I have a great episode coming up soon about how to choose the right camper van for your travels in Iceland, so keep an eye out for that. What to Wear in Iceland in April To stay comfortable during your visit in April, it's essential to dress in layers. Start with a base layer of thermal clothing, followed by a sweater or fleece, and top it off with a waterproof and windproof outer layer. Don't forget to bring a hat, gloves, and a sturdy pair of waterproof boots for outdoor activities. It's also wise to have a waterproof backpack to protect your belongings from unexpected showers.If you want more specific help with what to pack, grab my FREE ultimate packing checklist for Iceland. Why You Should Visit Iceland in April April offers a unique blend of winter and spring experiences. Here are a few reasons why it's an excellent time to visit Iceland:Fewer tourists compared to the peak summer season, allowing for a more intimate experience.Witness the transition of landscapes from snow-covered winter wonderlands to budding greenery.Increased chances of viewing the Northern Lights due to extended darkness during the evenings.Opportunity to enjoy activities like glacier hiking, ice caving, and snowmobiling before they become inaccessible during the warmer months.Often slightly warmer Iceland Events in April Aldrei Fór Ég Suður - this is a music festival in the Westfjords that takes place over the long Easter weekend.Children's Culture Festival - A lovely festival that's fun for the who...
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“The goal is net zero, which is a balance between the emissions we put into the air and the emissions we take out….We have solutions and…it's not that the technologies don't work, it's not that we don't know how to use them. It's because we haven't made the choice to actually use them at the size and scale that we need to, as quickly as we want to, to avoid all these really terrible, terrible impacts of a changing climate.” Melissa Lott on Electric Ladies Podcast An extraordinary new Nova documentary on PBS hosted by veteran science journalist Miles O'Brien gives a deep dive into what “carbon zero” actually means – in plain English for us non-scientists – and how we can get there in time to save the planet and our lifestyle. How? Listen to Melissa Lott, Director of Research at the Center for Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, and the lead scientists in the documentary, explain it in ways we can all understand in this fascinating discussion with Electric Ladies host Joan Michelson. You'll hear about: What carbon zero really is – and how to get there The impact of the new trifecta of federal legislation – the Inflation Reduction Act, the Infrastructure Investment Act and the CHIPS and Science Act. Where we get our electricity from today and what has to change to eliminate emissions The impact on each industry – in ways that may surprise you Plus, insightful career advice, such as… “Create your path because it probably hasn't been created before. And follow your passions and the things you want to contribute to…At the end of the day….it's about understanding where you want to have impact and then creating the path forward….When I started in this work, the thing I do now did not exist. It didn't, now it does. And I'm so glad that I positioned myself to be able to do the work that I do today because it speaks to me on many, many levels and it brings together different pieces of me, and it's a way that I can contribute. So,….It's about how are you going to create and be that change you want to see?” Melissa Lott on Electric Ladies Podcast Read Joan's Forbes articles here too. You'll also like: Halla Hrund Logadottir, Director-General, Iceland's National Energy Authority, on how the country has become 85% renewable energy. Sandrine Dixson-Decléve, Co-president of the Club of Rome (global leaders), on how to pivot the global economy to net zero Janet Gail Besser, of Smart Power Alliance, on their 5-point plan to get the U.S. energy system to net zero. Michele Wucker, thought leaders and author of “You Are What You Risk: The New Art & Science to Navigating an Uncertain World.” Jennifer Gerbi, Ph.D., Deputy Director and Acting Director, ARPA-E, the innovation arm of the Department of Energy Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Follow us on Twitter @joanmichelson
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Sharon and Doug Wildeboer are a close couple, used to spending time together and both ride their own motorcycles. Doug is the original motorcyclist of the two and it was his idea to travel by motorcycle in Iceland and through Europe. Sharon is a skilled rider but she describes herself as a reluctant rider although a lover of travel. Being a reluctant rider can mean a lot of stress for Sharon, which for Doug may be difficult to recognize since he's not feeling that. But that isn't the only challenge that Sharon and Doug have had to work through on their trip. Before they left they had saved money and rented their house out with the plan being to work remotely on the road. And so far they've been able to keep their trip, in their words, cost-neutral. So, travel by motorcycle, on the cheap and work on the road. How they've managed to do that and more, on this episode. Photos and links for this episode can be found on our website at adventureriderradio.com. Adventure Rider Radio is the original and longest running adventure motorcycle and travel podcast and has been produced weekly since 2014! You can count on us to be there for you every Thursday with a new and exciting episode, we never miss a week. And we hope we can count on you for your support. Become a Patreon supporter for just $5 a month and get a sticker and ad-free listening. Make a one time donation of just $10 and we'll send you a sticker. A donation of $50 or more also gets you a shout-out on RAW. To become a supporter please head over to the Support page on our website. Thank you!
I adore traveling and connecting with land magic! I even wrote a short book with all my best knowledge: https://www.amazon.com/Sacred-Travel-Practical-Shamanism-Vacations-ebook/dp/B00C2LKZE6 In this episode, I share about some of my top travel tips for working with energy and connecting with the land. Also, some specifics about places like Ireland, Peru, Iceland, New Mexico, Death Valley and more! Want to support my work and be supported by my team of guides? Check out my membership offer: https://www.patreon.com/practicalshamanism Want more audio content from me? Check out my online academy at https://academy.handsoverheart.com/ Sound editing by Kevin Young. You can reach him at email@example.com DISCLAIMER: The suggestions and information provided here are intended for personal growth and exploration. The content of this podcast is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice or psychological treatment. Please seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical or mental health condition. To learn more about me and my work, please visit my website at https://handsoverheart.com
I've spent my 20 + year career seeking to crack the code on depression & human suffering. I am now firmly convinced that SEPARATION is the root of all suffering. When I was triggered (in a fear response) on my 7th night alone in Iceland, I looked up and saw the Northern Lights…vivid displays of color against the backdrop of a dark sky. Something clicked. It initiated a realization about the Death/Rebirth Cycle, and prompted the idea for this Masterclass. Join me for a FREE Masterclass where we will explore… How to heal & release without the energetic MUCK of shame How to gently transmute patterns without retraumatization How to shatter the illusion of separation A simple, 2-step process to come back to your senses when you get triggered Join me live, Wednesday, May 24, 10:00-11:30 am MST If you cannot listen live, we'll send you the recording. This Masterclass is FREE but requires pre-registration! You can register for using this link: https://www.standspeakshine.com/masterclass
Fastest Known Time, Falcon Trail Guide author, photographer-stud-funny-man Eli Burakian went 13 days unsupported across Iceland, and then calls up AFB just before he takes down his Rhode Island North South unsupported FKT. He then blazes down the patreon list kicking ass and scalping names! And begs AFB to tell the story of the Erie Canal. Welcome to the shit show.... Check out his FKTs UltraSignup Results Get your official Cultra Clothes and other Cultra TRP PodSwag at our store! Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Supporter basic licker. If you lick us, we will most likely lick you right back Cultra Facebook Fan Page Go here to talk shit and complain and give us advice that we wont follow Cultra Trail Running Instagram Don't watch this with your kids Twitter @BlueBlazeRunner Sign up for a race at Live Loud Running and feel better Buy Fred's Book Running Home More Information on the #CUT112
#115: Award-winning travel writer, Brandon Presser joins Chris to share the beauty and wonder of Iceland. They discuss everything you need to know to plan the ideal trip, including when to visit, suggested itineraries, cultural norms and social etiquette, top hot springs, waterfalls and hiking destinations, the perfect season to chase the Northern Lights and novelty Icelandic cuisine. Finally, Chris offers tips on how to maximize your points and miles to make your Iceland trip more affordable and enjoyable. Brandon (@brandpress) is a well-traveled writer who has visited 130+ countries, immersing himself in different cultures and documenting his experiences. He contributes to some of the world's top travel publications and has published over 50 travel guides, including Iceland - Lonely Planet Country Guide, which he wrote after spending six months in the country. Full show notes: https://allthehacks.com/iceland-brandon-presser Partner Deals DeleteMe: 20% off removing your personal info from the web Eight Sleep: $150 off the Eight Sleep Pod to cool, heat, track, & sleep better Notion: Try Notion AI free to automate tedious tasks and streamline your work Daffy: Free $25 to give to the charity of your choice Fabric: Affordable term life insurance for you and your family Awayz: the best cash and points search tool for hotel stays Resources Mentioned All the Hacks Trip Survey Brandon Presser: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Website #53: Travel Hacks for Planning Your Best Trip Ever #101: Planning the Best Japan Trip Ever Capital Region: Reykjavík | Kópavogur | Hafnarfjörur Tourist Routes: Ring Road | Golden Circle (Geysir, Gullfoss, Thingvellir) Accommodations: Blue Lagoon Retreat Hotel Visit: Blue Lagoon Spa Package | Elf Garden Hot Springs/Pools: Vesturbæjarlaug | Sky Lagoon | Krauma | Secret Lagoon | Hvammsvík Dine/Drink: Fish Market | Fish Company | DILL | OX | Anna Jona | Hlemmur Food Hall | Posthus Food Hall Cafes: Reykjavik Roasters | Kaktus Espressobar Western Region: Borgarnes | Stykkishólmur Visit: Snaefellsnes Peninsula | Borgarnes Museum Hot Springs/Pools: Krossneslaug | Laugarnes Dine/Drink: The Settlement Center Restaurant Westfjords Region (Brandon's Favorite): Ísafjörður Visit: Dynjandi Waterfall Northern Region: Akureyri | Mývatn | Húsavík Activities: Whale watching Hot Springs/Pools: Hofsós Swimming Pool | Forest Lagoon | Geosea Eastern Region: Visit: Skaftafell Glaciers Hot Springs/Pools: Vök Baths Southern Region: Keflavík | Vík í Mýrdal | Skógar | Þórsmörk | Hvolsvöllur | Hella Visit: Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon | Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach | Skógafoss Waterfall Activities: Fimmvörðuháls Hike Icelandic Sweet Treats: Hraun | Licorice Guides: Midgard Adventure Northern Lights Information: Icelandic Meteorological Office Find Up-to-Date Restaurant Recommendations: The Reykjavik Grapevine Beyond Iceland: Newfoundland Bonavista Peninsula Skerwink Trail Northern Norway Lofoten Greenland Flight Distance Tool: Great Circle Mapper Full Show Notes (02:55) What Makes Iceland Special (06:43) Planning a Perfect Trip to Iceland (08:56) Four Days in Iceland (10:32) When to Travel to Iceland (13:33) Iceland's Culture and People (16:47) Cultural Norms and Social Etiquette in Iceland (18:05) Iceland's Must-See Destinations (20:47) Exploring Different Regions in Iceland (28:49) Hiring a Guide in Iceland (34:41) Chasing Northern Lights in Iceland (36:57) Getting Around Iceland: Transportation (39:00) Flying within Iceland (40:56) Exploring Reykjavik (45:37) What to Eat and Drink in Iceland (47:00) Iceland's Hot Springs Culture (51:23) More on Reykjavik (52:18) Learning the Icelandic Language (58:11) Hidden Gems in Iceland (58:55) Exploring Iceland with Kids (1:01:20) Destinations Similar to Iceland (1:05:16) The Hidden World of Icelandic Elves (1:06:32) All the Hacks Iceland Trip (1:08:44) Miles & Points for Iceland (1:16:23) Award Hotels in Iceland
Everett is a curator, organizer, and adventure cyclist currently based in the coastal mountains of a region now known as Santa Cruz, CA. For over a decade they've been using bicycle travel as a way of exploring their relationship to the worlds within and without. As a trans and genderqueer adventure cyclist they find themself seeking out the in between places, finding trails and unpaved roads to connect the dots between people, places and ideas. After working for several years as a tours specialist and cycling guide, they left the full time bike life and returned to the world of arts nonprofits where they now work to organize collaborative exhibitions that help dismantle social norms and share underrepresented stories. You can find their essays on art and cycling in Adventure Cyclist Magazine and The Bikepacking Journal. We talk about, connecting with nature as a way of connecting with self, about healing and recovery, about route-creation as art-making, artistic inspirations freedom and play and so much more. They also went into depth about upcoming work in Iceland supported by their affiliation with the non-profit We Got Next. Links for Everett EpisodeCheck out Everett on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/grandpaeverett/ We Got NextWeGotNext amplifies individual stories of adventure and activism from communities that have been underrepresented in outdoor and environmental spaces.https://www.we-got-next.org/ Robert Smithson, Spiral JettyGreat Salt Lake, Utahhttps://www.diaart.org/visit/visit-our-locations-sites/robert-smithson-spiral-jetty Nancy Holt (American, 1938–2014), Sun Tunnels, 1973–76, Great Basin Desert, Utahhttps://umfa.utah.edu/land-art/sun-tunnels Radical Adventure Ridershttps://radicaladventureriders.com/ The Golden SpikeNational Park: https://www.nps.gov/gosp/index.htm Andy Goldsworthy: Storm King Wall 1997 – 1998 Significant Works – Sue Hubbardhttps://artlyst.com/features/andy-goldsworthy-storm-king-wall-1997-1998-significant-works-sue-hubbard/ The Library of WaterStykkishólmur, IcelandBy Roni Hornhttps://www.atlasobscura.com/places/the-library-of-water-stykkisholmur-iceland
Snorri Sturluson, the great Icelandic poet and historian and lawspeaker of the Althing, got involved in Norwegian/Icelandic politics, and it ended very badly. For him, for one thing, as the king of Norway arranged for 70 men to stab Snorri in his basement, and for Iceland, which devolved into chieftain battles and eventually unified with Norway and the Norwegian king became the boss of everything. The Althing still exists, though, and Iceland is independent now, and Snorri is one of the most influential poets of the early middle ages. We explain all this. Anne still wonders why you need 70 people to stab somebody in his basement, and Michelle is shocked, shocked, I tell you, that there isn't any historical fiction about all this, though she is slightly mollified by the fact that there is now a Snorri ap, for Android and IOS. Well, then.
The Earth Transformed: An Untold History by Peter Frankopan https://amzn.to/3M5n5Qk A MOST ANTICIPATED BOOK OF THE YEAR: A revolutionary new history that reveals how climate change has dramatically shaped the development—and demise—of civilizations across time *Detailing many years of extensive research, endnotes for this edition run to more than 200 pages. They are available online via a link contained in the book.* Global warming is one of the greatest dangers mankind faces today. Even as temperatures increase, sea levels rise, and natural disasters escalate, our current environmental crisis feels difficult to predict and understand. But climate change and its effects on us are not new. In a bold narrative that spans centuries and continents, Peter Frankopan argues that nature has always played a fundamental role in the writing of history. From the fall of the Moche civilization in South America that came about because of the cyclical pressures of El Niño to volcanic eruptions in Iceland that affected Egypt and helped bring the Ottoman empire to its knees, climate change and its influences have always been with us. Frankopan explains how the Vikings emerged thanks to catastrophic crop failure, why the roots of regime change in eleventh-century Baghdad lay in the collapse of cotton prices resulting from unusual climate patterns, and why the western expansion of the frontiers in North America was directly affected by solar flare activity in the eighteenth century. Again and again, Frankopan shows that when past empires have failed to act sustainably, they have been met with catastrophe. Blending brilliant historical writing and cutting-edge scientific research, The Earth Transformed will radically reframe the way we look at the world and our future.
Are you ready for this? I'm not sure we were! Sam, Tessa, and Jarret talk about the Icelandic treasure that is Björk. We talked about several of her albums: Debut, . All is full of love! 16:00 - Debut 25:08 - Homogenic 47:30 - Vespertine 1:11:14 - Biophilia 1:29:00 - Utopia Jarret's YouTube Björk Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6O8R1id6scdxHLL8sC8meHCikCZKoSfe Join our discord community here: https://t.co/VXKe87hY6g
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Betty a 66 year young Icelandic farmer the lives by herself in one of the most remote parts of Iceland. In this episode Betty describes what her life is like and how she survives the long, harsh and dark winters where the snow and Ice lock her off from the rest of Iceland for months on end.
Join us on this journey back in time to New Kingdom Egypt, Ptolemaic Egypt, Classical World China, and medieval Iceland.
The one about silly Icelandic sorceries from a bygone age, Necropantsy vs Necromancy, how to steal a neighbor's goat milk, and how to sic the dead on your enemies. Useful information for the whole family!
加入5月22日开营的第三期迷你退休营：https://flywithlily.com/discover 或加主播微信：iflywithlily 验证消息：报名）If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans. 如果你想要让老天爷笑，你就告诉他你的计划。Everything will be alright in the end. If it's not alright; it's not the end. 事情最终都会好的。如果不好，代表还不是终点。God doesn't give us what we want; he gives us what we need. 老天爷不会给我们要的；他给我们需要的。（English Interview from 9:23）What about love??? Lily2023年的爱情运势呢？Bella: That sounds like it makes sense. See what's going on currently with the planets. Oh, there'll be plenty of opportunities for love for you. Plenty. But they might not come right away, to be honest. You might have to wait a little bit. Let's see, you might have to wait a little bit. I think now you're really focused on, so when Capricorn season starts, you are gonna be shining. You're gonna be the best version of yourself. You're gonna be glowing because all the planets are moving into your first house of self. You're gonna have Venus there. So you're gonna look more beautiful. You're gonna be more radiant than ever. People are gonna be drawn to you. So this could be a good time for flirtation, for putting yourself out there for having fun. People will be very drawn to you and magnetized to you. So it could be a good thing.这听起来很有道理。查看行星当前正在发生的事情。哦，你会有很多爱的机会。很多。但老实说，他们可能不会马上来。 你可能需要稍等片刻。让我们看看，你可能需要稍等片刻。我想现在你真的很专注，所以当摩羯座季节开始时，你会发光。 你会成为最好的自己。 你会发光，因为所有的行星都在进入你的第一宫。 你会在那里有金星守护。 所以你会看起来更漂亮。你会比以往任何时候都更加容光焕发。人们会被你吸引。因此，这可能是调情的好时机，让自己尽情享受乐趣。 人们会被你深深吸引。 所以这可能是一件好事。But I would say that now you are gonna be focused on your business, very much so. You may have had… you may have felt like money wasn't flowing as easily as maybe you would want it to, or maybe as easily as it was in a pastime that's gonna change next year because you had something blocking your money house, which was kind of frustrating for you. So maybe you weren't getting cash flow as easily. But once this Saturn leaves your house of wealth, you're gonna start to see more abundance in your life, more success. You're gonna also wanna be thinking about putting down roots somewhere. Do you think that you're gonna keep traveling for a while? Or are you focusing on maybe staying in one place?但我要说的是，现在你将专注于你的事业。你可能有过这样的经历，你可能觉得钱不像你希望的那样容易流动，或者可能像过去一样容易流动，明年（2023年）会改变，因为你有一些东西阻碍了你的金钱宫，这让你有点沮丧。所以也许你没有那么容易地获得现金流。但是一旦土星离开你的财富宫，你就会开始看到你的生活更加丰富，更加成功。你也会想在某个地方扎根。 你认为你会继续旅行一段时间吗？ 还是你专注于待在一个地方？Lily: I'm going to travel. Yeah. Oh, I have listed all the countries that I want to travel next year already.我要去旅行。 是的。 哦，我已经把明年想去的国家都列出来了。Bella: Really? Oh, what are they? 真的吗？是哪些呢？Lily: Five, six countries in Asia. So I'm leaving Guatemala before Christmas. So I'm going back to Iceland for a couple days, hanging out with my friends, celebrating Christmas. And then I will go to Japan. And from Japan, three months in Japan, probably one or two months in Korea. I want to move down to Vietnam, probably Thailand a little bit. I heard it's a great place for digital nomads. And then mm-hmm , go to Indonesia, maybe visit the Philippines, maybe go to India.亚洲五或六国。 所以我要在圣诞节前离开危地马拉。 所以我要回冰岛几天，和我的朋友出去玩，庆祝圣诞节。 然后我会去日本。 而来自日本，在日本三个月，在韩国大概一两个月。 我想搬到越南，可能是泰国。 我听说这是数字游牧的好地方。 然后去印尼，也许拜访菲律宾，或者去印度。Bella: Well maybe I'll join you in one of these places. That sounds amazing. Oh wait, I just saw something. Okay. In May of next year. Can you wait that long? Yes. You have Jupiter moving into your fifth house of love and romance and Jupiter. Woohoo. Yes. Jupiter is the planet of expansion, of luck, abundance. You're gonna feel very flirty. You're gonna wanna have a lot of fun. This is the perfect time to go out to date. That's the best time for love when Jupiter's in the fifth house. So that's gonna happen around May. If you can wait six more months, I mean it could happen before, but then there's gonna be a very strong potential for it. This is gonna be a great time.好吧，也许我会在这些地方之一加入你，听起来很棒。 哦，等等，我刚刚看到了什么。 好的。 明年（2023年）五月。 你能等那么久吗？你有木星进入你的第五宫爱情和浪漫和木星。 哇哦。 是的。 木星是扩张、幸运、丰富的行星。 你会觉得春天来了。 你会想玩得很开心的。 这是约会的最佳时机。 当木星在第五宫时，这是爱情的最佳时机。 所以这将在五月左右发生。 如果你能再等六个月，我的意思是它可能会在之前发生，但之后会有非常强大的潜力。 这将是一段美好的时光。Lily: And I think so too. I think so too. I probably need a couple months to heal from the last one. I think May I will be very ready.我也这么认为。 我也这么认为。 我可能需要几个月的时间才能从上一次痊愈。 我想我会做好准备的。Bella: Oh yeah, no, it's really good that you're taking time in between relationships to heal, to kind of reflect on what you've learned. Because a lot of people just jump from one relationship to the next. And that's not the healthiest thing because you didn't really go over what you just learned and see how you've grown. And you just bring the problems from the old relationship to the new relationship without working on them in between. So I don't think that's the best way to handle it, but a lot of people do. So what can I say? 哦，是的，在情感关系之间花时间治愈自己，反思你所学到的东西，这真的很好。因为很多人只是从一种关系跳到另一种关系。 这不是最健康的事情，因为你并没有真正复习你刚刚学到的东西，也没有看到你是如何成长的。 而你只是把旧关系中的问题带到新关系中，而不在两者之间进行处理。所以我认为这不是处理它的最佳方式，但很多人都这样做。但除了无奈又能说什么呢？Lily: Exactly! I did that in my past. I'm not very proud of that. And now I just feel like, yeah, I need to change the approach, give myself enough time to process the feelings. And I think everybody has their own timing. It's not necessary to hurry. I hate when people saying that, oh, just get onto (under) the next one. Forget about the last one. And I know it wouldn't work for me. It's probably you would feel a little bit better at that time, but then afterwards you still feel like, ah, I still have a lot of shit to work on.确切地！ 我过去就是这样做的。 我对此并不感到自豪。 现在我只是觉得，是的，我需要改变方法，给自己足够的时间来处理这些感受。 我认为每个人都有自己的时机。 没必要着急。 我讨厌人们这么说，哦，忘记上一个的最好方式，就是继续下一个。我知道这对我不起作用。 可能那个时候你会觉得好一点，但是后来你还是觉得，啊，我还有很多个人的问题要处理。单词记忆：opportunities 机会 | opportunity 机会（单数）glowing 容光焕发的 ｜glow 发光radiant 发光magnetize 有磁性/力吸引 ｜magnetized 有吸引力的put down roots 定居list 列出、清单 ｜我的睡衣上的标语：Amazing in Bed 在床上很厉害 I can sleep for days (因为我可以睡好几天）、You're on my to-do list 你在我的待办事项上digital nomad 数字游民 ｜online entrepreneur 线上创业家 location-independant heal 疗愈 ｜heel 脚跟handle 处理approach 方法Bella 她的IG是：https://www.instagram.com/astrobellaluna/Email: Astrobellaluna@gmail.com加入5月22日开营的第三期迷你退休营：https://flywithlily.com/discover 或加主播微信：iflywithlily 验证消息：报名）我的IG/FB：flywithlily我的微信号：iflywithlily验证消息：祝福
The Mane Land: for Orlando City SC fans
It's the start of an insanely busy month of May for Orlando City (and the club's fans, obviously). It's a busy time for us here at The Mane Land as well, as we've launched our new membership program over at Buy Me a Coffee (BMC), which is similar to Patreon but with a hipper name. There is already some exclusive content for members available at our BMC page and we plan to take good care of those who subscribe with as much bonus content as we can think of in return for your continued support. All we ask is that you check it out and see what you think. As we add items officially, we'll include them in the descriptions of the different levels, but there's a pretty good explainer here that outlines what we're trying to do. After a brief description of the membership levels, we dive into what a crazy month awaits the Lions, starting tomorrow night at CF Montreal. This month is a vital one in Orlando City's fortunes in 2023, with several key Eastern Conference matches and the start of the Lions' participation in the 2023 U.S. Open Cup. We're delighted to bring you our exclusive interview with Orlando City midfielder Dagur Dan Thorhallsson, as the Iceland native joined us to answer a lot of questions and probably more from our Founders than from us, if we go back and count. Dagur Dan was a great guest and — you heard it here first — he loves the mailbagbox! Speaking of that mailbagbox, it was devoid of your questions this week but hopefully we can answer anything you ask us next time. Finally, we previewed Orlando City at CF Montreal, including our key matchups and score predictions for Saturday's match. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 341 went down: 0:15 – Our new TML membership program is up and running and May is a month that can make or break Orlando City's 2023 season. 25:40 – Dagur Dan jumps on with us and the Icelandic midfielder answers a ton of questions — ours and yours. 42:07 – Our mailbagbox was empty, but we're bringing you our key matchups and score predictions for Orlando City at CF Montrea Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To prevent global warming, we need to drastically reduce pollution. After that, we need to trap as much excess carbon dioxide from the air as possible. Enter Orca, the world's first large-scale direct air capture and storage plant, built in Iceland by the team at Climeworks, led by climate entrepreneur Jan Wurzbacher. With affordability and scalability in mind, Wurzbacher shares his vision for what comes after Orca, the future of carbon removal tech -- and why these innovations are crucial to stop climate change. After the talk, Sherrell shares examples of trailblazing companies and researchers that are supporting the shift towards less pollution by using tech to turn CO2 into soil nutrients and make eco-friendly gasoline.
Joren de Bruin is Personal Freedom Coach & Guide, Speaker, Wild & Modern life bridger, Occasional Rebel & Perception Changer. He is the co-founder of Into the Wild Within - a retreat movement which aims to bridge the modern day human with a more wild, healthy and natural lifestyle. Facilitated and supported through retreat experiences in Iceland and Sweden and events online and physically in Mallorca where he's now based. He is a Personal Freedom Coach, who guides people into a more empowered version of themselves and their life. He's also a vegan turned hunter. He's Led over 40 self empowerment retreats and taught/inspired thousands of people all over the world into living a more self resourceful life and state of mind. Give Joren a follow on IG https://www.instagram.com/joren_debruin/ and follow Into The Wild Within on IG https://www.instagram.com/intothewild.within/
Others Trade for Hope – a social enterprise of The Salvation Army – is celebrating its 25th anniversary of promoting hope, independence, and dignity for more than 800 Kenyan and Bangladeshi women and men, many of whom have experienced vulnerability and exploitation. Since 1997, Others has been combating social injustice by using fair-trade principles to fight poverty for people in vulnerable communities. Its artisan partners create beautiful products that are available for purchase in the US, Norway, Canada, Iceland and New Zealand. Others helps combat widespread poverty, creates sustainable employment, educates the next generation and, above all, provides freedom from exploitation. Others Trade for Hope's mission aligns with seven of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals: no poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being, quality education, gender equality, decent work and economic growth, and reduced inequalities. For more information, visit tradeforhope.com. You can also find Others on Instagram: @othersnorway and @othersusa.
When Payson McElveen rode across Iceland in a single pull a few years ago, he found something in that effort that's not present in his racing career and immediately knew he wanted to follow it up with something in the same vein. So he dusted off his globe, and after an immense amount of planning, he put together a monster route across Tasmania, spanning 360 miles and nearly 35,000 feet of climbing — most of it on dirt — and set out to ride the whole thing straight through. And while the physical effort to do so was immense, Payson does an incredible job of telling the story through the lens of self-discovery and finding something different in this form of cycling than what he gets out of racing.TOPICS & TIMES:Recent race results & changing approaches (3:51)“Crossing Iceland” & The follow-up, “Crossing Tasmania” (6:37)Emma Flukes & local knowledge (11:44)Planning the route (18:03)Scouting and pre-riding (29:23)The ride (32:10)Racing mentality & switching that off (36:33)Payson's takeaways from the ride (45:50)RELATED LINKS:BLISTER+Become a Blister MemberBlister LabsThis Week's Gear GiveawayBlister Mountain Bike Buyer's GuideOUR OTHER PODCASTSOff The CouchGEAR:30Blister PodcastCRAFTEDHappy Hour Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Finland, Norway, and now Iceland - we're working our way back to this side of the pond, but not before visiting one of the most unique distilleries (and products) I've ever come across. Eimverk Distillery is also known unofficially as Floki Distillery, named for the eponymous single malts that showcase both Icelandic barley and an Icelandic smoking tradition that can sound like a gimmick until you learn more. I'm here to tell you: yes, I tried the Floki Sheep Dung Smoked Single Malt, and no, it's not a gimmick (it also doesn't taste like dung, thankfully). There will be more in the review, but suffice to say here that it relies on a centuries-old smoking/preserving tradition in Iceland and is 100% authentic. Eimverk prides itself on being eco-friendly, using biofuels whenever possible and harnessing the immense geothermal heat beneath the island. They also have easily one of the most intense barley flavors I've had. It forces you to recognize that this is different, that this barley has survived harsh conditions and come out stronger for it. This is seriously good whisky, folks, and deserves your attention. Thank you to Eva-Maria for a fantastic conversation about all things Iceland. _________________ Before we jump into the interview just a few quick notes: If you haven't joined the Patreon community yet, please consider doing so! Only 4 Spots Remain in the Barrel Club. The $5 tier has access to the Patreon-only segment called “Under the Influencer”, where some of your favorite YouTubers/Instagrammers/Podcasters and more join me to talk whiskey, life, and influencing. This tier will also have priority access to upcoming barrel picks. The $25 tier - for people who really want to propel the pod and website forward - will have the same benefits as the $5 tier plus right of first refusal to join me on future barrel picks, access to bottles I'm sent to taste and review, and more. Only 4 spots remain! You can still support for as little as $1 a month if you'd like to stay up to date with these changes and news about what we've got coming up. Finally, please do like and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you're listening - it really helps the Whiskey Ring Podcast move up the rankings. If you haven't yet, please follow Whiskey in my Wedding Ring and the Whiskey Ring Podcast on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to the newsletter on the website. Thanks for reading! Now here's Eva-María Sigurbjörnsdóttir of Eimverk Distillery. Eimverk Distillery Eimverk Distillery Website Eimverk Distillery on Instagram Eimverk Distillery on Facebook Eimverk Distillery Reviews Eimverk Distillery Floki Single Malt Review Eimverk Distillery Floki Sheep Dung Smoked Single Malt Review Thanks to our Presenting Sponsor, ImpEx Beverages https://impexbev.com ImpEx on Instagram ImpEx on Facebook ImpEx on Twitter Thanks to our Sponsor, Scotch Malt Whisky Society SMWS Website SMWS of America Website (Use code WRP for 20% off your membership!) SMWS/A Facebook SMWS/A Instagram SMWS/A Twitter SMWS/A YouTube
As we see an increasing number of culturally diverse patients in our US-based practices or on the mission field, our understanding of cultural influences in healthcare and our own biases is essential. How can we develop an eye to see where a patient’s values and worldview may differ from our own? We will review an approach to cultural humility highlighted by medical missions case studies. Presentation Slides: https://bit.ly/gmhc2022_davidnarita_culturalhumility
The Colorado legislative session wraps up imminently. The budget for 2023-2024 has passed, which outlines state spending totaling $41.1 billion. It's a number larger than the GDP of Libya, Bolivia, Uganda, Iceland and dozens of other countries. $41.1 billion also represents a 4.2% increase over last year and the largest budget in Colorado history. As the legislature works fast and furiously to finish out the session, much debate remains on top issues pressing to Coloradans, including housing, crime, workforce, to just name a few. Host and Chairman Earl Wright welcomes Owner and Principal Lobbyist at Sanchez Policy Works, Jordan Sanchez, and CSI's Director of Legislative Services, Jake Zambrano to recap this year's legislative session, discuss emergent themes, unpack fiscal policy, and delve into the key issues faced. What should Coloradans focus most pressingly on? What issues remain? And fiscal cliffs has the body faced as they seek to move Colorado forward? All of these questions and more will be answered in the latest edition of Common Sense Digest. Thank you for listening to Common Sense Digest. Please rate, review, and subscribe on your favorite podcatcher. All of our podcasts can be found here. Jordan Sanchez is the Owner and Principal Lobbyist at Sanchez Policy Works which specializes in fiscal policy lobbying. Services include tracking, monitoring, and active advocacy throughout the annual budget process as it unfolds within the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of Colorado. Additionally, Sanchez Policy Works monitors and advocates on policy implementation. Jake Zambrano is Director of Legislative Services for Common Sense Institute. Jake has specialized in state government relations, public affairs, grassroots advocacy, and political campaign management for over 20 years. He has represented a number of clients at the Colorado General Assembly including Colorado Mesa University, Medtronic, Boehringer – Ingelheim, Extraction Oil and Gas, and Teladoc to name a few.
Described as a “rambunctious child,” David Moscow started his acting career reading sides for ‘Stand By Me.' While he wasn't cast in this major film, in his second role, he was cast as Young Josh in the movie 'Big' (Older Josh, of course, played by Tom Hanks). Beyond his acting career, David found a passion around food. The series, From Scratch, “…follows actor, adventurer and urbanite David Moscow on his adventure of making meals from scratch. He teams up with various friends to hunt, gather, forage, fish, grow and then prepare and cook a meal.” The book by the same name is an effort to help us reconnect with food that sustains our lives along with “experiences taking place in over twenty countries that include milking a water buffalo to make mozzarella for pizza in Italy; harvesting oysters in Long Island Sound and honey from wild bees in Kenya; and making patis in the Philippines, beer in Malta, and sea salt in Iceland.” In this wide-ranging interview, the writers talk about producing ‘In The Heights' from an unknown Lin-Manuel Miranda, creating digital ads for Bernie Sanders, the realities of making ‘From Scratch,' making coconut moonshine, how the father-son co-wrote the book together, the problems with a physical distance in food production, and how to make career shifts based on your skillset. Want more? Steal my first book, Ink by the Barrel - Secrets From Prolific Writers right now for free. Simply head over to www.brockswinson.com to get your free digital download and audiobook. If you find value in the book, please share it with a friend as we're giving away 100,000 copies this year. It's based on over 400 interviews here at Creative Principles. Enjoy! If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It only takes about 60-seconds and it really helps convince some of the hard-to-get guests to sit down and have a chat (simply scroll to the bottom on your iTunes Podcast app and click “Write Review"). Enjoy the show!
Summary David Cattler (Twitter; LinkedIn) joins Andrew (Twitter; LinkedIn) to discuss NATO's intelligence response to the ongoing war in Ukraine. David currently serves as NATO's Assistant Secretary General for Intelligence and Security. What You'll Learn Intelligence Intelligence & NATO NATO's response to the war in Ukraine How NATO is adapting to evolving technologies NATO's purpose and mission Reflections Support and trust between nations Global collaboration And much, much more … Episode Notes Last February, SpyCast brought you an episode featuring David Cattler, focused on his role as NATO's Assistant Secretary General for Intelligence and Security. Only a few weeks after that episode was published, Russia invaded the Ukraine on February 24th, 2022, catalyzing the first war on European soil since World War II. Only three weeks ago, NATO gained their newest member of the alliance, Finland, with the hopes of ratifying Sweden's membership soon. This week, we bring David back on to discuss how his position has evolved and changed alongside the war in Ukraine, and how NATO is responding to the ongoing crisis. What impact does the inclusion of Finland (and hopefully Sweden) make on the European continent? Tune in to find out more. And… With Finland's recent membership, NATO is currently comprised of 31 independent nations. Out of these 30, only one member state doesn't have a standing army – Can you guess which? Hint: It's Iceland! Quotes of the Week "It's not just about Ukraine. It really is about what kind of world we all want to live in. There are rules and the rules really do establish that nations of people have rights to be free. To make decisions for themselves, to be sovereign, to be safe within their own borders. To be free from harm and certainly free from being threatened in the way that we've seen here." – David Cattler. Resources SURFACE SKIM *SpyCasts* Ukraine & Intelligence: One Year On with Shane Harris (2023) How Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Spy Game with Mike Susong (2023) Dealing with Russia with Counterintelligence Legend Jim Olson (2022) NATO's Assistant Secretary General for Intelligence and Security with David Cattler (2022) *Beginner Resources* What is NATO and why is Finland joining?, BBC News (2023) [Short article] Russia-Ukraine Relations in 60 Seconds, CBC News (2022) [1 min. video] The Formation of NATO and the Warsaw Pact | History, YouTube (2017) [3 min. video] *FULL SHOW NOTES HERE*
Wiwibloggs: The Eurovision Podcast
Who will qualify from Semi-Final 2 of Eurovision 2023? We predict the Top 10 who will advance out the sixteen acts that will compete at the second Semi-Final on May 11th. The Semi-Final 2 countries are: Denmark, Armenia, Romania, Estonia, Belgium, Cyprus, Iceland, Greece, Poland, Slovenia, Georgia, San Marino, Austria, Albania, Lithuania and Australia.
This episode kicks off the new producer having notes. Equipment is being upgraded and it all working towards getting towards perfection. Tamara has been working way too much and is confused how people can put in 80 hour work weeks on the regular. Don't worry Tamara has one eye on her trip this summer to Europe. Weighing options for cruises and visiting Iceland makes the long days and long work weeks a little easier. Rheannon got in her last fishing trip before the baby comes. Two fish were caught and released, so the fishing season has begun. Tamara has a couple tv show recommendations for Rheannon, and one is a musical. It could go really well, or it just might go downhill fast.
The Well Seasoned Librarian : A conversation about Food, Food Writing and more.
Bio: Nichole Beer was born and raised in Battle Creek, Michigan; Nichole loved weekends at Willard Library. Willard Library helped raise her while mom was at work. Nichole holds 5 degrees from 2 countries but maintains that her father was the smartest person she has ever known and he had very limited formal schooling. Her first real job after college was in Social Work; after 8 years, she was ready for a change and went to library school. She has been an urban school librarian for 23 years. She is an avid traveler who has lived in Michigan, Nevada, England, Bulgaria, and Australia. She returned from Iceland 2 weeks ago and is going to Morocco and Colombia in the summer. Morocco will be her 43rd country. Nichole says she travels for the food, the people, and the smells. Lentils in the Pot melds two of her greatest loves, cooking and books. Nichole lives with her husband, 2 pups, 1 cat, and lots of cookbooks in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her psychologist daughter lives with her grand kitty Coco, 4.2 miles away. Website: https://lentilsinthepot.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lentilsacookbookvenue/ _____________________________________________________ This episode is sponsored by Culinary Historians of Northern California, a Bay Area educational group dedicated to the study of food, drink, and culture in human history. To learn more about this organization and its work, please visit its website at www.chnorcal.org If you follow my podcast and enjoy it, I'm on @buymeacoffee. If you like my work, you can buy me a coffee and share your thoughts
Alex Brick, Woodinville Whiskey Ambassador joins the show talk us through the history of the Washington state distillery, and his career in the spirits industry. We sip four delightful expressions that Woodinville has to offer, including a 2022 Harvest Release Port Finished Straight Rye. Alex shares stories of Dave Pickerell, the distillery's focus on wine-finished whiskeys and we even talk the wonders of Iceland. Guest: Alex BrickHosts: Jake Hukee & Steven DragunVisit Woodinville Whiskey HereListen to more episodes and read stories at keyinthelake.com
Annie Williams is an American professional soccer player currently playing for Parma in the Seria A, Italy's top flight. Prior to this season in Italy, Annie spent time in Costa Rica, Iceland and Sweden. We talk about owning your unique path, the sacrifices made to pursue a dream, asking yourself the right questions, dealing with and appreciating adversity, and perspective. This is Perspective with Annie Williams. Follow Annie On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anniewilliams0/ _______________________________________________________________ WHAT IS FOOTWORK? Sponsored by https://footwork.club/ Sean and Dylan are two Division 3 graduates, who dropped everything to pursue their dream of being professional soccer players. Both playing in Germany now, the boys tell their stories as well as those of amazing guests to help you pursue your own dreams and ultimately MAKE YOUR OWN PATH. • All Links: https://linktr.ee/Footworkpod • Subscribe to our show on Youtube ➜ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCnInbiimv9o... • Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org • Subscribe to Footwork➜ https://eepurl.com/hKT0zD • Follow us on socials ↓↓ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/footwork_podcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Footworkpodcast TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@footworkpodcast?lang=en All things Footwork: https://footwork.club/
Rift (Rökkur) - "The Disappearance Field"We kick off a round of International Horror with a queer film from Iceland - RIFT (2017). This dizzying tale from writer/director Erlingur Thoroddsen of love, loss & loneliness is perfectly suited for the stark landscape of the Icelandic countryside. A striking thriller that will likely leave you with more questions than answers about what can be summoned when we share the grief of a broken relationship.We hope you enjoy diving into this round with us!Support the show
Green Connections Radio - Women Who Innovate With Purpose, & Career Issues, Including in Energy, Sustainability, Responsibil
“At ON Power, we operate three power plants… and combined we produce just under 20% of the energy produced in Iceland…. We are removing carbon from our operations. So… there are low emissions associated with the production ther, from our operations. There's around seven grams of CO2 per produced kilowatt hour, compared to 800, if you produce the electricity using coal.”…Plus, we have been operating a carbon removal station, since then, mineralizing and removing from the atmosphere just over 10,000 tons (of emissions) a year.” Begga Olafsdottir on Electric Ladies Podcast To expand on a CBS News' “60 Minutes” segment this past weekend on how Iceland is capturing CO2 and storing it underground, here is a replay of an in-depth interview I did in Iceland last year about this issue, and how this small Arctic country became an 85% renewable energy economy. Listen to this fascinating interview, live in Reykjavik, Iceland, with Berglind “Begga” Olafdottir, CEO of ON Power , with Electric Ladies Podcast host Joan Michelson. ON Power operates the largest geothermal plant in the country, which produces 20% of the total energy Iceland produces. It's also partnering with its sister company Carbfix to remove CO2 from the air. You'll hear: How ON Power captures the CO2 it emits and mineralizes it. How ON Power is partnering with its sister company Carbfix and with Climeworks to bring ground-breaking technology to market that captures CO2 from the air. not just their own emissions. About their business parks that only take tenants that can share products and byproducts of other tenants, creating a circular economy in each park. How geothermal energy works in Iceland. Plus, great career advice....such as: “Women, we have a tendency of underestimating ourselves in general, and I think my advice would be that, if you're mid- career and you want to take a step up in the corporate ladder…I think it's important for women not to discount their experience and the knowledge. Try to be a bit bold. If you're applying for something that is advertised, don't not submit the application because you don't check all the boxes, because people are also hired on potential….and you might be the right person.” Berglind “Begga” Olafsdottir on Electric Ladies Podcast You'll also like: Halla Hrund Logadottir, Director-General, Iceland's National Energy Authority, on how the country has become 85% renewable energy. Birta Kristin Helgadottir, Director of Green By Iceland, on their unique business parks that are each circular economies. Sarah Golden, VP of Energy at Greenbiz, on how geothermal energy works (Sarah traveled to Iceland with Joan in 2022) Kathryn Pavlovsky, Deloitte Energy, Resources & Industrials, on the energy transformation and ESG Jennifer Gerbi, Ph.D., Deputy Director and Acting Director, ARPA-E, the innovation arm of the Department of Energy Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Follow us on Twitter @joanmichelson
You've probably heard of the famous, ancient lifting stones in Iceland and Scotland, some of which are even replicated and used in strongman competitions. But did you know that over 20 stones (and still counting) have been uncovered just in the last few years in Ireland, many of them heavier than the stones in Iceland and Scotland, by primarily one man? That man, Kettlebell Sport World Champion and amateur historian David Keohan (affectionately called “Indiana Stones”) joins us in this episode to discuss the incredible stories of how these stones were unearthed. You'll hear about these ancient stones and their rich cultural significance and connections to mythology. While we often think of history as something in the past, when you tune in you'll learn how some history is still being uncovered in real time!