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The OHIO Podcast
Episode 15 - Aganorsa Leaf Guardian of the Farm Cerberus

The OHIO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 11:50


Aganorsa Leaf's Guardian of the Farm Cerberus cigar review.

The Rare Elements Sports Cards Podcast
Episode 53: Welcome To Fanatics, How Can I Help You?

The Rare Elements Sports Cards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 100:09


In this episode we chop it up about Fanatics/Topps dropping GTS Distribution, the Honus Wagner SGC 2 card selling for 7.25 million, Lids stores starting to sell sports cards, CSG launching a new sports card podcast and so much more! Come and check us out in our socials and peep the YouTube channel!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rare_elements1/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RareElements1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RareElements1Email: rareelements719@gmail.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCauxyzSvqah2WKouiOQPEkA

Writers Bloc
These Jays Are Not World Series Contenders

Writers Bloc

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:21


Ben begins the show by bringing on Jeff Blair of the Blair and Barker show to talk about the Blue Jays series against Baltimore and discusses if Jays are legitimate contenders (1:00). Next, Gord Stellick joins the show to discuss the greatest Leaf he ever saw play, Börje Salming (30:00). Finally, Mark Simon of Sports Info Solutions joins the show to discuss the value of analytics in baseball and how the Blue Jays are using a four outfielder system (45:00).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.

Growth Island
#115: Dr. Caroline Leaf - New Breakthroughs in Mental Health You Can Implement Tomorrow

Growth Island

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 43:49


Can you stop trauma from happening? No, sometimes it is unavoidable but what we can do is weaken and rewire the damage that it has done using your minds capacity to heal, Dr. Caroline Leaf is my guest on Growth Island this week. Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist with a Masters and PhD in Communication Pathology and a BSc in Logopedics, specializing in cognitive and metacognitive neuropsychology. Since the early 1980s she has researched the mind-brain connection, the nature of mental health, and the formation of memory. She was one of the first in her field to study how the brain can change (neuroplasticity) with directed mind input. Dr. Leaf is also the bestselling author of Switch on Your Brain, Think Learn Succeed, Think and Eat Yourself Smart, and many more. She teaches at academic, medical and neuroscience conferences, churches, and to various audiences around the world. In this episode we discuss:

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People
Leaf Life Show # 179 - Plant Based Gourmet - Seattle

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:36


The communion of dining has brought humans together since the very beginning. But now that food is easily attainable while not always healthy, people are looking for innovative, yet delicious ways to enjoy their meals through conscious eating. Step up to the plate and let's dine  because Cannabis is a vegetable!   Subject discussed in the first segment: The Communion of Food   Subject discussed in the second segment: Cannabis the Ingredient   GREG THE GUINEA PIG: Julie Houser is a Celebrity Plant Chef turned Flower Chef.   PRODUCTS FEATURED: Avitas—Lemon Meringue Live Resin Vape Cart Avitas—Blueberry Muffin Live Resin Vape Cart   SPONSORS: FAIRWINDS AVITAS HELLAVATED   STONEY BALONEY EPISODE: Tacky Khaki 

Native Plants, Healthy Planet presented by Pinelands Nursery
The Buzz -Break Out The Faygo

Native Plants, Healthy Planet presented by Pinelands Nursery

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 90:40 Very Popular


Hosts Fran Chismar and Tom Knezick are back with a brand new episode of The Buzz.  There's a new round of "That's Hot" & "This or That" this episode.  There a a ton of "Listener Shout Outs" as we come down to the wire on our latest contest. Tom does a "Grow Read A Book" before "Take it or Leaf it" where Fran and Tom find themselves in over their heads. Find out the details on the next Native Plants Healthy Planet talk.  Music by RJ Comer.  Have a question or a comment?  Call (215) 346-6189. Want links from this podcast?  Visit www.nativeplantshealthyplanet.com Buy a T-shirt, spread the message, and do some good.  Visit https://native-plants-healthy-planet-2.creator-spring.com/

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Brain Fact Friday on ”How Conflict and Arguments Impact the Brain and Body”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 10:38


Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace) with tools, ideas and strategies that we can all use for immediate results. On this episode we will cover: ✔ The future of educational neuroscience. ✔ A mid-year look at our goals. ✔ How unresolved issues impact our brain and body. I'm Andrea Samadi, and for this week's Brain Fact Friday, I wanted to tie in our interviews from this week with something we can all use right away. I thought about what my friend Kate is building with YungMash Collective that we covered on EPISODE #235[i]—a mentoring community for young adults ages 18-30 to learn how to apply the most current cutting edge neuroscience to their lives to solve problems with their brain in mind. When Kate's Dad heard this interview, he told her “what a noble cause” which is exactly what Simon Sinek said to me when he heard of my mission to make an impact in the field of education. It made Kate's day to have her Dad's support with her project… Then I thought about Dr. Loretta Breuning's Habits of a Happy Brain book that we just covered on EPISODE #236[ii] and I'm amazed at how new this topic of applying an understanding of our brain is, for improving our everyday life and results. Before this interview, I wouldn't have thought about the serotonin boost that our mission would give both Kate and I, as Dr. Breuning taught us many things about how to increase our happy chemicals, and how serotonin increases when we have a sense of pride with our work, or social importance. IMAGE: From Habits of a Happy Brain by Dr. Loretta Breuning It's only been recently that I began making the connection between the work we are doing here on the podcast, improving our results, and what our brain has to do with it all.  We've mentioned in recent episodes that “the first academic departments devoted to studying neuroscience didn't appear until the 1960s” (National Geographic) proving this is a relatively new field of study to glean strategies from, and guide us towards an improved life. Since we are now mid-year, in Q3 of 2022, I thought back to the beginning of the year, where we launched our 6 PART Think and Grow Rich[iii] book review on “How to Make 2022 Your Best Year Ever” and remembered that we opened each episode with a quote from Grant Cardone who said “In order to get to the next level of what you are doing, you must think in a wildly different way than you previously have been.” Leading me to These Mid-Year Thoughts: Are you thinking in a wildly different way than you did last year? What are you doing differently? What NEW results have you attained? Have you broken any records, or moved beyond where you've ever been before? Are you making an “effect” (which means a change) in the world? Have you stopped to integrate your NEW success into your current life? Remember, during our Think and Grow Rich book study, we said “it's our DUTY or OBLIGATION” to win in 2022? Do you think you are winning? After thinking about these questions myself, I opened my email to see a note from Michael Thomas, the Director of the Centre for Educational Neuroscience at Birkbeck, University of London letting me know he has a new book coming out called Educational Neuroscience: The Basics[iv] that we will dive into a bit later this fall on the podcast. I had written Michael Thomas' name on my desk last summer (June 2021) with a reminder for me to reach out to him after the interview with Professor and Canada's Chair in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Dr. Daniel Ansari, from EPISODE #138[v] on The Future of Educational Neuroscience. I knew Michael Thomas as a pioneer in the field and if it wasn't clear to me 3 years ago, when we scratched down the name of The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning as a podcast title, it's clear as ice now, Educational Neuroscience is going to be a part of our future. Michael's forthcoming book reminded me of how important this topic is for all of us to understand, (whether we are training in the field of education or psychology) where these disciplines interconnect, helping us to question our assumptions about how our brains learn and what this means for education.    For me, this means that this podcast is a lifetime commitment to keep learning, and sharing new ideas and strategies with you (as long as listeners tune in!). I'm committed on this end to finding high quality speakers, and representing their work for all of us to learn from, in the years to come.  I keep my eyes open for those who are winning, what they are doing, and then think of ways that we can all take our results higher, as we add this new understanding of our brain, to our everyday lives. With that in mind, for this week's Brain Fact Friday, I wanted to tie the importance of understanding our brain, for our physical and mental health, since we are focused on our health as it relates to learning this Season. This topic began to emerge more often during those early days in the Pandemic when families were suddenly forced under the same roof for work and school, and had to learn how to interact with each other in an entirely different way.  Remember those days? Did any problems emerge that you didn't have to face prior to this time? No one like dealing with problems like this, but for our mental and physical health, for this week's Brain Fact Friday, we are going to look at the impact of NOT resolving our problems, and what that does to our health. DID YOU KNOW THAT Unresolved issues (in your relationships, with your children, or even your work colleagues) … those problems we push aside because they are uncomfortable to talk about so we ignore them, to keep the peace, or have silence around a known issue, “damages our immune system in our brain and body? It damages everything about how we function as a human, damaging the tissues in our body, impacting our mental and physical well-being? Unresolved issues increase the vulnerability of our body by up to 90%” (Dr. Carolyn Leaf who appeared on our podcast last February 2021 for a BONUS EPISODE).[vi] If we are going to reach those high levels of achievement this year, with whatever it is we are doing, and do things in a wildly different way than we ever have before, I highly suggest listening to Dr. Leaf's most recent podcast episode where she talks about the impact of our thoughts on our health. She shares a study that blew my mind when I heard it. She calls it “the Blister Study[vii]” and I've linked it in the show notes for you to see where participants were all given a wound or a blister on their hand, and then were directed to either solve an argument amicably, or in a toxic manner (either with yelling and screaming, or ignoring the problem by keeping silent). This was a controlled study, so some people didn't act the way they would at home, but the study still revealed some fascinating things about the way we resolve conflict, and how our body heals. After 3 weeks, smaller wounds should heal on their own (Dr. Leaf) while bigger wounds take longer. They brought the participants back after this 21-day period to see what happened to their small wound (the blister). The study showed that those who were able to solve their conflict, or work towards a solution, (even if it was messy) came back and they had healed their wounds with an immune system that was working optimally. Those others who didn't resolve their problems had compromised their healing from up to 65%. Which made me look at my legs that I scraped up with a bad fall from hiking 3 weeks ago today. While I have other scars that haven't gone away from other falls (that were more serious) the small cuts from 3 weeks ago were completely healed. Until I heard about this study, I would never have thought about how my mental health, and how I solve conflicts, could impact my physical health. Have you ever thought about this? Did you know that if you are arguing with someone, and don't resolve it, that you are compromising that person's health right down to the level of how their brain cells function? That it actually “shortens the telomeres (that are like the ends of shoe laces, and protect the ends of chromosomes from becoming shorter) which impacts how we age. To conclude this week's Brain Fact Friday, if we are going to do things differently than we ever have before, one way would be to look at how we deal with conflict in our relationships. Do we ignore issues to keep the peace, which we saw damages our brain and body, or do we do what's difficult, and solve issues, as we think about the health and wellbeing of those people we interact with the most? If we really do care about others, solving our problems with our brain in mind is a healthy step forward. Wishing you a wonderful weekend. If there's conflict, I hope you solve it, rather than ignore it. I'll see you next week. REFERENCES: [i] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #235 with Katherine-Alexander Dobrovolskaia on “YungMash Collective” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/katherine-alexander-dobrovolskaia-on-yungmash-collective-a-peer-to-peer-global-mentoring-and-empowering-community-based-on-cutting-edge-neuroscience/ [ii] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #236 with Dr. Loretta Breuning on “Habits of a Happy Brain” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/loretta-breuning-phd-on-habits-of-a-happy-brain-rewiring-your-brain-to-boost-serotonin-oxytocin-and-endorphin-levels/ [iii]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #190 PART 1 of the “Think and Grow Rich Book Review: How to Make 2022 Your Best Year Ever”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-1-how-to-make-2022-your-best-year-ever/ [iv] Educational Neuroscience: The Basics Forthcoming book by Cathy Rogers and Michael Thomas  https://www.routledge.com/Educational-Neuroscience-The-Basics/Rogers-Thomas/p/book/9781032028552 [v] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #136 with Professor and Canada Research Chair Dr. Daniel Ansari on the Future of Educational Neuroscience  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/professor-and-canada-research-chair-in-developmental-cognitive-neuroscience-and-learning-on-the-future-of-educational-neuroscience/ [vi]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast BONUS EPISODE with Dr. Carolyn Leaf on her NEW book “Cleaning Up your Mental Mess” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/worldrenownedneuroscientistdr-caroline-leaf-oncleaningup-your-mentalmess5-simplescientifically-proven-stepsto-reduceanxiety-and-toxic-thinking/ [vii]Hostile Marital Interactions, Proinflammatory Cytokyne Production, Wound Healing December 2005  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16330726/  

Unstoppable
275 Joe Demin: Co-founder & Chief Relaxation Officer of Yellow Leaf

Unstoppable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 36:27


Joe Demin and his Co-founder (and wife) Rachel Connor, Co-Founders of Yellow Leaf Hammocks went from selling hammocks out of a van to getting a $1 million investment on Shark Tank. This is a fantastic story of founders with an idea who bootstrapped their social enterprise for years, then innovated and created sustainable impact in communities that they source from. Years of hard work and dedication led to a $1 million investment from the founder of KIND Snacks, Daniel Lubetzky. We hear more about the journey including their commitment to creating high-wage jobs for women in rural Thailand who weave each hammock by hand. PLUS they create a terrific product that you will want to try and buy! Listen and be inspired. This show will leave you interested in learning more. On this episode of #TheKaraGoldinShow. Enjoying this episode of #TheKaraGoldinShow? Let Kara know by clicking on the links below and sending her a quick shout-out on social or reach out to Kara Goldin directly at karagoldin@gmail.com Follow Kara Goldin on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karagoldin/ Follow Kara Goldin on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karagoldin/ Follow Kara Goldin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/karagoldin Follow Kara Goldin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KaraGoldin/ Check out our website to view show notes: https://karagoldin.com/podcast/275 Check out more about Yellow Leaf Hammocks https://www.yellowleafhammocks.com Connect with Joe Demin on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/joedemin Connect with Yellow Leaf Hammocks on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/yellowleafhammocks/

Dynasty Defined
2022 Off-Season: Performance Mindset and Goal Setting with Dr. Beau Leaf

Dynasty Defined

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 52:26


Run of show: - Blaylock's Battle Update - CWC Golf Tournament - Discussion with Dr. Leaf

The Rare Elements Sports Cards Podcast
Episode 52: PSA Jumps In The Shower With Goldin

The Rare Elements Sports Cards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 124:22


In  this episode we talk about about PSA and Goldin's grading marriage, Zero Cool's new IP, BGS playing games, notes from the National and so much more! Check out the YouTube channel and our socials!  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rare_elements1/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RareElements1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RareElements1Email: rareelements719@gmail.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCauxyzSvqah2WKouiOQPEkA 

The Unfinished Print
April Vollmer - Printmaker: The Balance of Paste, Water, and Colour

The Unfinished Print

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 61:33


April Vollmer is one of the most important mokuhanga printmakers and authors working today. Her book, Japanese Woodblock Print Workshop, is a must have for any person interested in mokuhanga. its process, history, and the artists making it.  On this epsiode of The Unfinished Print, I speak with April Vollmer about her travels throughout the mokuhanga landscape. Her time at Nagasawa Art Park, and then onto MI Lab. How she got into becoming an author, writing Japanese Woodblock Print Workshop, her influences and her process.  Please follow The Unfinished Print and my own mokuhanga work on Instagram @andrezadoroznyprints Twitter @unfinishedprint, or email me at theunfinishedprint@gmail.com  Artists works follow after the note about them. Notes: may contain a hyperlink. Simply click on the highlighted word or phrase. April Vollmer -website, Instagram, Facebook. April was recently a part of the mokuhanga exhibition at the Kentler International Drawing Space, in Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York. This show was curated by the Mokuhanga Sisters collective and is called Between Worlds from, June 17 - July 31st, 2022. Rochester, New York - is a city located in Upstate New York. It was originally inhabited by the Seneca peoples. Shaped by the Genesee River, Rochester was once a flour making city as well as a city famous for its horticulture. More information can be found, here. Hunter College - Is a public college located in Manhattan, New York, and was founded in 1870 as a college for women. More info, here.  abstract art - is an art type which moved away from a 19th Century artistic idea of perspective.  Abstract art was a rebellion of colour, shape, and experience, for both the viewer and the maker. It corresponds to the modernism of the industrial world, with science, technology, and architecture. More info can be found, here.  colour field - is a term in painting associated with the abstract painters of the 1950's and 1960's using large swaths of flat colour. Mark Rothko (1903-1970) is one such painter associated with colour field. More info, here.  Vincent Longo (1923-2017) -  was a painter, printmaker and teacher based in New York City. He was a part of the New York School of artist's of the 1950's and 1960's. His work was based in geometry. You can find more information about Vinnie, here. 4 Blocks (1985) Bill Paden (1930-2004) - was a woodblock printmaker and artist who studied under the American expat Clifton Karhu (1927-2007) in Kyoto. More info, here. Beppu Beach Water Bay Mountain (ca. 1970's) hanmoto system - is the Edo Period (1603-1868) collaboration system of making woodblock prints in Japan. The system was about using, carvers, printers, and craftsmen, by various print publishers in order to produce woodblock prints. The system consisted of the following professions; publisher, artist, carver, and printer. Tetsuya Noda (b 1940) - is a contemporary print artist, photographer and professor emeritus at Tokyo University of the Arts (Tōkyō Geidai).  His process uses photographs through a mimeograph machine, then woodblock and silk screen. Considered one of Japan's most famous living artists, Noda's work is a wonderful representation of what can be done with the print medium. More info, with video, can be found, here.  The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies - is a not for profit centre at the Columbia University School of the Arts, which provides an atmosphere of print education for students and invited guests.  Tōkyō v Kyōto (Ōsaka) school of mokuhanga - Tōkyō and Kyōto have, historically, been culturally different throughout Japanese history. Even today, especially with foreign expats, which side of the border you pledge allegiance to can make or break a pleasant conversation. Regarding woodblock printing, it was the moving of the capital to Edo from Kyōto by Tokugawa Ieyasu (1542-1616), officially in 1603, which centred the world for an entire nation. Edo became the business, and cultural district in which most people found themselves. The sankin kōtai system, where daimyō from the entire country, were obligated to spend alternating years in the capital, allowed the merchant classes to grow prosperous, spending their time and money on entertainments such as ukiyo-e, kabuki, and sumo.  This didn't mean that Kyōto and Ōsaka didn't have ukiyo-e, it simply meant that it was overshadowed by Edo. This is because many publishers and artists lived and worked in Edo's environs. Kabuki from Edo and kabuki from Kyōto thrived, therefore there were many prints published for the plays performed in both cities. Stylistically the prints are different, with Ōsaka ukiyo-e being called Kamigata-e, the region where Ōsaka, and Kyōto are situated. For instance, the work of Ōsaka artist, and painter Shunkōsai Hokushū (active 1802-1832) is famous in Ōsaka for his kabuki prints, but is relatively unknown today, as compared to Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) who lived and worked around the same time in Edo. Comparing the two is perhaps comparing Brad Pitt (b. 1963), with Steve Buscemi (b. 1957), but I feel that it shows what both artists, successful in their fields, can accomplish for the genre. More information on Ōsaka ukiyo-e, can be found, here.  Keiko Kadota (1942-2017) - was the director of Nagasawa Art Park at Awaji City from 1997-2011, and then of MI Lab at Lake Kawaguchi from 2011 until her passing. Minimalism - is an art movement based on simplicity and geometry. Generally connected to 1960's New York City. More info, here. Yoonmi Nam (b. 1974) - is a contemporary mokuhanga printmaker, lithographer, sculptor, and teacher, based in Lawrence, Kansas. Her work can be found, here. Her interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here. Yakult  (2018) Katie Baldwin -  is a contemporary mokuhanga printmaker, illustrator, book maker, and artist based in Huntsville, Alabama.  Her work can be found, here. The Dance (2015) Mariko Jesse - is an illustrator, and mokuhanga printmaker based in Tōkyō, London, and California.  Her work can be found, here. Mariko, Katie, and Yoonmi are also a part of the collective, wood+paper+box, which can be found, here.  Summer Flowers (2021) Daniel Heyman (b. 1963) - is a painter and printmaker based in Rhode Island at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he is Assistant Professor. His work can be found, here. Janus (2019/2020) IMPACT Conference - started by The Center for Print Research, IMPACT stands for "International Multi-discipinary Printmaking, Artists, Concepts and Techniques'. Based in Europe, it is an academic conference discussing printmaking and how it fits into this world. More info about the most recent conference can be found, here.  Kari Laitinen (b. 1952) - is a Finnish artist and printmaker based in Finland. His works explore colour and dimension. More information can be found, here. He helped write, with Tuula Moilanen, the book Woodblock Printmaking with Oil-based Inks and the Japanese Watercolour Woodcut. It was published in 1999. Secret Space II (2014) Tuula Moilanen - is a Finnish mokuhanga printmaker and painter based in Finland. She lived and studied in Kyōto from 1989-2012,  where she learned her printmaking at Kyōto Seika University and from printmaker Akira Kurosaki (1937-2019). Her work can be found, here. Clear Day Fuji (2014) Arches - is a brand of Western watercolour paper that is acid-free. BFK - also knowns as Rives BFK, is a Western printmaking paper, made in France. Like Arches, it is 100% cotton. Lower East Side Print Shop - founded in 1968, and is a not-for- profit printmaking studio located in New York City. More information can be found, here.  Jennifer Mack-Watkins -  is a contemporary mokuhanga printmaker, and serigrapher based in New York City and New Jersey. Her work explores American culture through a personal lens. Her work has been featured  in Vogue and the New York Times. More information can be found, here.  What To Do (2013) Andrew Stone - is based in Florence, Italy. Andrew is a wine maker and former full-time doctor who has been making mokuhanga and baren, for years. His blog can be found, here. his interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here.  Mons Veneris (2016) Frogman's Print Workshop - is a print space, opened in 1979,  in South Dakota. In 2016 the space moved to the University of Nebraska. More info can be found, here.  The Adachi Institute of Woodblock Prints - is a print studio located in Tōkyō. Established in 1994 in order to promote and preserve the colour woodblock print of Japan. More information, in English and in Japanese.  bokashi -  is a Japanese term associated with the gradation of water into ink. There are several types of bokashi. For more information regarding these types of bokashi please check out Professor Claire Cuccio's lecture called “A Story in Layers,” for the Library of Congress, and the book Japanese Printmaking by Tōshi Yoshida, and Rei Yuki. Below are the following types of bokashi. This is from the Yoshida book: ichimonji bokashi - straight line gradation ichimonji mura bokashi - straight line gradation with an uneven edg. Ō-bokashi - a gradual shading over a wide area atenashi bokashi - gradation without definition futairo bokashi - two tone gradation Ansei Uchima (1921-2000) - was a mokuhanga printmaker in the sōsaku hanga style of Japanese printmaking. He was the translator for Japanologist Oliver Statler (1915-2002). In Memoriam (1958) Keiji Shinohara (b. 1955) - is a Japanese mokuhanga printmaker who apprenticed under Uesugi Keiichiro in Ōsaka. He is the artist-in-residence at Wesleyan University in Connecticut. More info about Keiji can be found here, and here. Twilight (2012) Ursula Schneider - is a painter, woodblock printmaker and teacher at Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York. More info about her work can be found, here. Leaf and Wood (2018) Jackie Battenfield - is a painter, printmaker, collagist, author, and motivational speaker. April alludes to Jackie's  book, “The Artist's Guide: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love,” (2009). More information about Jackie's work can be found, here. Soundings (1999) International Mokuhanga Conference - is a bi-yearly conference dedicated to mokuhanga which started in 2011 by the International Mokuhanga Association. Each conference is themed. The latest conference was in 2021, delayed a year because of the pandemic. More information can be found, here.  Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami 2011 - (東北地方太平洋沖地震) was a massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami which struck the coast of North East Japan on March, 11, 2011. The earthquake was 9.0 - 9.1 on the Richter scale. Watson-Guptill - is an American publishing house, starting business in 1937. It is now a part of Ten Speed Press.  Mina Takahashi - is the editor of Hand Papermaking magazine dedicated to the production and preservation of handmade paper. Was the editor of Dieu Donné in New York City from 1990-2004. She is also a curator. Printmaking Today - is a magazine published by Cello Press in England, and is published quarterly. The magazine focuses on printmaking themes and artists. More info, here. Mid-America Print Council - promotes the art of printmaking of all types. It was started in 1990 in Des Moines, Iowa. It publishes an annual journal with essays and articles about printmaking. More information can be found, here. Edvard Munch (1863-1944) - was a Norwegian artist, who at the time of his death in 1944 had amassed thousands of his own works, including 15,391 prints of all types. Munch loved printmaking, using various mediums. The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. has an excellent exploration of his prints, here.  Mokuhanga books in English -  Here is a list of books for those interested in studying and understanding mokuhanga, that I am aware of. This list is by no means exhaustive, so if you believe I've missed one please message me. If the book is in print (or even out of print and there are PDF's) you will see the authors name hyper-linked so you can get the books : April Vollmer - Japanese Woodblock Printshop: A Modern Guide to the Ancient Art of Mokuhanga. (2015) Watson-Guptill Publications Tuula Moilanen, Kari Laitinen, and Antti Tanttu - The Art and Craft of Woodblock Printmaking. (2013) Aalto Books Laura Boswell - Making Japanese Woodblock Prints. (2020) The Crowood Press. Hiroshi Yoshida - Japanese Woodblock Printing. (1939) Sanseido Company, Ltd. Walter J. Phillips -  The Technique of the Colour Woodcut. (1926) Brown-Robertson, New York. Rebecca Salter - Japanese Woodblock Printing. (2001) A&C Black. Tōshi Yoshida & Rei Yuki - Japanese Print Making: A Handbook of Traditional and Modern Techniques. (1966) Tuttle Publishing. Marilyn Chesterton and Rod Nelson - Making Woodblock Prints. (2015) Crowood Press  Terry McKenna - Terry has written two excellent woodblock primers for the beginner and the intermediate practitioner. The first is Mokuhanga Fundamentals: Core Skills... & the second book is, Creative Print. Both can be purchased directly from here, and other fine establishments in e-book or physical form. Self Published.  Fabiola Gil Alares - her book, Mokuhanga: Manual Ilustrado de Xilografía Japonesa, is one of the finest books on the subject of mokuhanga. This book is in Spanish. Her interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here.  Keiko Hara (b.1942) - is a painter, printmaker in mokuhanga, lithograph, and stencil. She is also a sculptor, and collagist. More info can be found, here. Verse R - Black and White (2017) floating kentō - is a removable registration system attached to the block when printing. As the kentō isn't affixed to the block; blotting, and very clean borders are one of the positives of using this method of registration. It is an "L" shape.  baren - is a Japanese word to describe the flat, round shaped disc which is predominantly used in the creation of Japanese woodblock prints. It is traditionally made of cord of various types, and a bamboo sheath, although baren come in many variations.  Guerra & Paint Pigment Corp. - is a brick and mortar store located in Brooklyn, New York that sells artists pigments. More info, here.  Endi Poskovich - is a printmaker and artist who focuses on symbols, and language for his work. More info about his work can be found, here.  Two (Hälftberg) (2004-2017) Holbein - is a pigment company with offices in Japan, Canada, and the United States. More info, here Benjamin Selby - is an artist who works in mokuhanga, as well as touching on serigraphy and installations. More information about Benjamin's work can be found, here.  Turbulent Waters (2020) Auto Mach Reciprocating Wood Carver -  is an automatic chisel that is made in Japan. It is plugged into an outlet. It comes with a variety of bits for carving. It makes carving large areas of hard wood a breeze. More information can be found, here.  acetate - is a plant based, non-petroleum product. It is made from wood pulp and cotton. It is bendable, and stiff enough to use for getting into your kentō registration if you decide to use it for key block transfer. Yoshida Family of Artists - The Yoshida's are one of the most famous family of artists from Japan. Started with painter Yoshida Kasaburō (1861-1894), and made famous by Yoshida Hiroshi (1876-1950) and his work with the shin-hanga movement and woodblock printing. The Yoshida family has helped shape many artists around the world. More info from the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, here. Generation by April Vollmer (2002) © Popular Wheat Productions opening and closing credit - Anyone Can Have a Good Time by OWLS (2001). From their self-titled album, and released on Jade Tree.  logo designed and produced by Douglas Batchelor and André Zadorozny  Disclaimer: Please do not reproduce or use anything from this podcast without shooting me an email and getting my express written or verbal consent. I'm friendly :) Слава Україну If you find any issue with something in the show notes please let me know. ***The opinions expressed by guests in The Unfinished Print podcast are not necessarily those of André Zadorozny and of Popular Wheat Productions.***        

Jonesy & Amanda's JAMcast!

Leaf blowers - do they pass the pub test?

Story time with Philip and Mommy!

A forest grows a gold leaf.

Snail Trail 4x4
320: Link It Or Leaf It Be?

Snail Trail 4x4

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 Very Popular


Links vs Leafs vs Coils vs Coilovers, SAS Options!! Join Jimmy and Tyler as they chat about nerdy offroad suspensions. If you are going to SAS (Solid Axle Swap) a vehicle, what type of suspension would you choose for it?? WE ARE GIVING AWAY A WINCH! All you have to do to enter is leave us a review on iTunes/Apple Podcasts! Once we reach 500 reviews, we will do the drawing from those 500 reviews! At 300, 350, 400, and 450 reviews, we will do give-aways for some fun swag packs as well! So get your reviews in! Congrats to PEDDY1111 for winning the 300 swag-away! And Six String Trucker for winning the 350 swag-away! And Martlovesgarlic for winning the 400th! CALL US AND LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL!!!! We want to hear from you even more!!! You can call and say whatever you like! Ask a question, leave feedback, correct some information about welding, say how much you hate your jeep, and wish you had a Toyota! We will air them all, live, on the podcast! +01-916-345-4744. If you have any negative feedback, you can call our negative feedback hotline, 408-800-5169. Episode 320 is brought to you by all of our peeps over at patreon.com and irate4x4! Make sure to stop by and see all of the great perks you get for supporting SnailTrail4x4! Discount Codes, Monthly Give-Aways, Gift Boxes, the SnailTrail4x4 Community, and the ST4x4 Treasure Hunt! Thank you to all of those that support us! We wouldn't be able to do it without you guys (and gals!)! As of April 1st, 2022, we will no longer be supporting Patreon! We are moving all of the "Patreon activities" over to Irate4x4.com. Make sure to head over there, cancel your SnailTrail 4x4 Patreon subscription, and sign up on irate! We will still keep Patreon up and running in case you have to keep using it, but we will not be interacting anymore on that platform. July's SnailSquad Giveaway is with Spartan Ropes! We have a 1" x 30ft kinetic rope and two 7/16" soft shackles to give away to a lucky winner. The total value this month is just under $300. Make sure to stop by and check out Spartan Rope for all of your pull-out needs! August's SnailSquad Giveaway is with Affordable Bender! We have 1 Affordable Bender and single die lined up with Tom for a lucky winner! We have seen first hand what these things can do, and at their price of just under $400, its a winner if you are looking to bend some tube. Make sure you are signed up over at Irate4x4.com by August 30th to get entered! Listener Discount Codes: MORRFlate - snailtrail to get 15% off MORRFlate Multi Tire Inflation Deflation™ KitsIronman 4x4 - snailtrail20 to get 20% off of all Ironman 4x4 branded equipment!Sidetracked Offroad - snailtrail4x4 (lowercase)to get 15% off lights and recovery gearShock Surplus - SNAILTRAIL4x4 to get $25 off any order!Mob Armor - Snailtrail4x4 for 15% offEmpire Abrasives - Snailtrail4x4 for 10% off first order

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People
Leaf Life Show #178 - Scuba Diving and Cannabis - Seattle

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 39:10


No experience can mirror what you see and feel when gliding weightlessly under water. And as we often focus on uncharted destinations amongst the stars, many would claim that we are overlooking the spectacle that lies below the ocean's surface. Let's blow some bubbles!   Subject discussed in the first segment: Underwater and High    Subject discussed in the second segment: Stoney Destinations    GREG THE GUINEA PIG: Craig Johnson is a Certified Diver and Partner with TJ's Retail Shop in Washington State and Tsunami Marijuana Company in Oregon.    PRODUCTS FEATURED: 1937 Farms—Sunset Sherbert Dab Saucer 1937 Farms—Tangie Cookies Dab Saucer   SPONSORS: HELLAVATED FAIRWINDS AVITAS   STONEY BALONEY EPISODE: Sex is Like Baseball 

On The Ledge
Episode 233: leaf botany part seven - photosynthesis explained

On The Ledge

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 29:56 Very Popular


We all know photosynthesis is vital for plants, but how does it work? Dr Polly Schiffman joins me to explain. For full show notes visit https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/photosynthesis

The OHIO Podcast
Episode 13 - Leaf By Oscar Corojo

The OHIO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 14:32


Leaf By Oscar Corojo Cigar Review

Completely Arbortrary
The Suburbs (Purple Leaf Plum)

Completely Arbortrary

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 59:39 Very Popular


What does the purpleleaf plum (Prunus cerasifera 'Thundercloud') represent for you? For Casey and Alex, it's the suburbs, and boy do they despise it. This week, we get a little snippet of American History and hear about how the suburbs came to be, and how this tree has come to represent them in the worst way. Completely Arbortrary is produced by Alex Crowson and Casey Clapp Artwork - Jillian Barthold Music - Aves & The Mini Vandals Join the Cone of the Month Club patreon.com/arbortrarypod Follow our Instagram @arbortrarypod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/completely-arbortrary/support

Cigar Guys
Cigar Guys Episode 14

Cigar Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 83:38


In this episode the guys talk Kyler Murry, the bishop that got robbed, swimming pool sink hole and juvenile whales jumping on boats plus a bunch of other random talk.  We review the Island Jim by Leaf by Oscar 61/2 x 52.  This is a great episode and real laid back compared to others.  

Jordan Supercast
Episode 150: Welcome to the Brand-New Oak Leaf Elementary School in Herriman

Jordan Supercast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 17:00


Excitement is building for students, teachers and staff as the brand-new Oak Leaf Elementary School in Herriman prepares to open for the 2022-23 school. On this episode of the Supercast, we take you inside for a sneak peek at the new school. That's where we find Principal Ronna Hoffman who is hard at work getting ...continue reading "Episode 150: Welcome to the Brand-New Oak Leaf Elementary School in Herriman"

Autoboutique 1/4 de Milla Podcast
85. Gato GC, Los Picapiedra, Adios a Nissan Leaf, Ford Raptor R, VW Lamando L, Sagitar y Jetta

Autoboutique 1/4 de Milla Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 57:28


Nissan dice adios a su electrico Leaf, Ford Raptor R cambia su ecoboost por un V8, ¿Volkswagen dice adios a Jetta? Lamando L, Sagitar y Jetta como marca

Real Talk with Rachael Podcast
Summer Seven Series: Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess with Dr. Caroline Leaf

Real Talk with Rachael Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 44:47


REBROADCAST: This week on Real Talk with Rachael I'm excited to talk with Dr. Caroline Leaf about her new book Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess. She is a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist with a Masters and Ph.D. in Communication Pathology and a BSc Logopaedics, specializing in cognitive and metacognitive neuropsychology. Since the early 1980s, she has researched the mind-brain connection, the nature of mental health, and the formation of memory. She was one of the first in her field to study how the brain can change (neuroplasticity) with directed mind input. Dr. Leaf is also the bestselling author of Switch on Your Brain, Think Learn Succeed, Think and Eat Yourself Smart, and many more. She teaches at academic, medical, and neuroscience conferences, churches, and to various audiences around the world. Dr. Leaf is also involved in the global ECHO movement, which trains physicians worldwide on the mind-brain-body connection, mental health, and how to avoid physician burnout. Dr. Leaf is currently conducting clinical trials using the 5-step program she developed while in private practice to further demonstrate the effectiveness of mind-directed techniques to help relieve mental ill-health problems such as anxiety, depression, and intrusive thoughts. The primary aim of these trials is to make mental health care more affordable, applicable, and accessible worldwide, and to reduce the stigma around mental health. Key Points from Our Conversation: The benefit we get from exercise is determined by our minds. The book was inspired by the research Dr. Leaf did to determine what can actually change when we renew our minds, as well as how that impacts the brain, body, and how we function in life. Mind and brain are separate. Your brain is physical; your mind is your thinking, feeling, and choosing. Your mind produces thoughts in your brain. A neurocycle helps allow you to track thoughts and behaviors. Once we connect with wisdom, we can better observe our behavior and then analyze it. Like a tree has branches, thoughts have memories. If you want to find the root, look for warning signals like frustration, irritation, depression, and anger. Don't push them aside – inspect them. Suppressing warning signals causes physical damage to the brain. Analyze your physical symptoms like stomach problems, tension, and rushing adrenaline. Also, check behaviors like non-verbal communication. Mental health is not a disease. The label is leading is mismanagement of health. Misery has become medicalized and treatment is typically symptom-focused, which is great for the body, but not the mind. The quick-fix mentality of symptom treatment has led to suppression. We are wired for love. Negative thoughts physically vibrate incorrectly in the brain and cause inflammation that affects the immune system and how we function. Jesus modeled pushing through and digging into the difficult. There is not a quick fix. The only way out is through. Embrace, process, and reconceptualize. Don't be scared of depression and anxiety. Instead, see them as helpful messengers. Renewing your mind is a lifestyle. Switch - 21-Day Brain Detox App Dr. Leaf's 5 Steps to Reduce Anxiety, Stress, and Toxic Thinking: Gather awareness - become aware of emotional and physical warning signals Reflect - ask, answer, and discuss. Get to the core. Write it down. It helps you get into the depths of why you think this, what you're doing, and how you feel. Recheck Activate mental reach - bringing order out of the chaos Let's Get Real Practical: Let's get practical by addressing one area of your life that you know God is calling you to take your thoughts captive. Action steps for this week: Identify what area of your life in which you feel stuck. Ask if your thinking in that area is toxic. Then write down the thought and replace it with the truth. Connect with Dr. Caroline Leaf: website | Instagram | Facebook | podcast Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook

The Rare Elements Sports Cards Podcast
Episode 51: It's A Sweater!!!

The Rare Elements Sports Cards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 127:27


In this week's episode we talk about the Jalen Green National Treasures Christmas sweater patch card, BGS and PWCC's new grading to sell collaboration, PSA's east coast offices opening up, we were lucky enough to interview 2 OG's in the hobby at the iKards show in Denver this past weekend. Dennis Swain from Thai Me Down Sports Cards hopped on the pod and we also sat down with Jon Scanlon the promoter from Denver Card Shows! Come and check out our YouTube channel and come and holler at us in our socials!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rare_elements1/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RareElements1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RareElements1Email: rareelements719@gmail.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCauxyzSvqah2WKouiOQPEkA

Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword
July 26, 2022 - ROSHAMBO and RIFFLING in one crossword? Heart be still!!!

Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 14:12


A fine Tuesday crossword by Lillian Simpson, with a debut entry for 25A, Certain spousal state (which we will not state right here, you'll either have to be a good guesser or listen to the podcast to find out), a jaw-dropper as far as Mike's concerned with 46D, Leaf (through) (and again, download / listen up to get the 411 on that); and finally 50A, More eye-roll inducing, maybe, CHEESIER (which these show notes seem to be degenerating into, so we are going to stop right ... here!).

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People
Leaf Life Show #177 - The Art of Rolling - Seattle

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 37:28


In the unique culture of Cannabis, there are both visual and spiritual highlights that lend to stoner's enthusiasm. By combining function with aesthetic, aficionados have developed numerous ways to offer beauty to the medicine. And as normalization evolves, so do the creative ways to consume the good old-fashioned marijuana cigarette. Let's twist one up together! Subject Discussed in the first segment: Smokeable Art Subject discussed in the second segment: Rolling The Perfect Joint GREG THE GUINEA PIG: Spliff Wizard is a Cannabis photographer and professional joint roller. @spliffwizard PRODUCTS FEATURED: Constellation Cannabis—Bislato Nug Jug Constellation Cannabis—Blueberry Nug Jug SPONSORS: AVITAS HELLAVATED FAIRWINDS STONEY BALONEY EPISODE: Wetting The Bed

ThinkTech Hawaii
Imagine Being in a Flat Spin (Figments: The Power of Imagination)

ThinkTech Hawaii

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 35:56


Headed Straight Down Not Out to Sea. The host for this show is Dan 'Fig' Leaf. The guest is Mike 'Mickey T' Tallent. The famous line from the original Top Gun, 'Mav's in trouble; he's in a flat spin, headed out to sea!' makes a fighter pilot roll his or her eyes. In such a spin, the jet plummets straight down - just ask Fig's guest Mike 'Mickey T' Tallent. On March 15, 1990 he found him in a flat spin, headed straight down to the Arizona desert in his F-15. He shares his experience and tells you what it is really like to eject from a spinning jet fighter. The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6mKINeB1rYn5-MFU3JdqCSh Please visit our ThinkTech website at https://thinktechhawaii.com and see our Think Tech Advisories at https://thinktechadvisories.blogspot.com.

What's Working Now
53. Generate Massive YouTube Leads and Don't Look at SEO

What's Working Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 45:03


Nate Woodbury, creator of new lead strategy “Leaf” method and host of over 20 YouTube channels joins host Katie Richardson to talk shop about YouTube's labyrinth of algorithms and why you are likely looking in the wrong places to generate leads. Hear his insights on why it's simpler than you think (you don't need to pay for leads) and even what entrepreneurship and Disney's Moana have in common.Show Notes[1:05] Guest Nate Woodbury shares an experience that shaped who he is today[5:15] Nate explains why Moana is one of his favorite movies and what it has to do with entrepreneurship[7:20] The calling of entrepreneurship can sometimes make it easy to question your calling, but it's up to you [10:10] Nate gives an explanation of why his lead courses are different from the norm[14:50] It's okay to cut your losses and focus on a new method that brings results more easily[18:25] Find a question, even if it seems there are only 25 people asking, and Google Ranking will expand your reach for similarly asked questions[23:18] Is there a window of time to determine that YouTube really likes you?[27:50] Do you need to have a certain number of subscribers? [31:11] Nate explains the ways that people can learn and get involved in his leaf method and who it works for[35:27] What would Nate say to people who fear going behind the camera?[38:18] Nate answers What's Working Now's rapid fire round3 Key TakeawaysWorry less about the number of people asking the question and more about niching down. Google will make your video a response to similar questions. You have ALL the equipment necessary to start utilizing YouTube. Stop waiting to be perfectly polished or you'll never get there. It's okay to cut your losses and focus on a new, easier method that brings higher results, even if you spent a lot of time and money on the old approach. Learn to let that go and accept what you learned. ResourcesVisit natesfreetraining.com to learn his new YouTube strategyThe E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. GerberNate's YouTube channelWebsite: betheherostudios.comAbout Nate WoodburyNate Woodbury is a YouTube Producer, currently producing a variety of "How To" YouTube channels. He helps them grow their YouTube following, and turn their channels into lead generation machines that generate seven figures. His largest channel generates over $1M per month all from organic YouTube traffic.You have expertise that people need, but people don't know you exist. Nate helps you make strategic videos to ensure these people find you, follow you, and trust you. By leveraging your expertise on YouTube, you build a massive following, that will buy whatever you present to them.Nate is a master of efficiency and his brain always thinks in reference to the end result. Because activity without a focus on results is a waste of time, he's innovated ways to minimize time and expense and maximize results.

BBC Countryfile Magazine
157. Wander among butterflies and birdsong on a wildlife-friendly farm

BBC Countryfile Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 65:43


Is it possible to farm profitably and have abundant wildlife on your land? George and Elaine Morris take us on a tour of their mixed farm in Buckinghamshire where they raise cattle, Wiltshire horned sheep as well as oats and barley but where over 10 per cent of the land is devoted to wildflowers, insects, birds and other creatures. Due to a deal with Jordans Cereals, the Morris's are, essentially, paid to farm wildlife, too.Does it work? Listen on for a magical insight into how our farmland should look – and sound!The Jordans Farm Partnership (JFP) represents a coming together of specialists to create a holistic model for long term farm sustainability. Within the partnership, the Wildlife Trusts help create bespoke farm wildlife plans & consumer understanding and LEAF bring a whole-farm sustainability approach, supporting the integration of business planning and delivery of environmental benefits with farmers.Contact the Plodcast team and send your sound recordings of the countryside to: editor@countryfile.comVisit the Countryfile Magazine website: countryfile.comPPA Podcast of the Year! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

美文阅读 More to Read
美文阅读 | 荷叶母亲 The Motherly Lotus Leaf (冰心)

美文阅读 More to Read

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 28:25


Daily Quote A novel is a mirror walking along a main road. (Stendhal) Poem of the Day Song of a Man Who Has Come Through D.H. Lawrence Beauty of Words 荷叶母亲 冰心

Cigar Talk
EP195 - Bryant is Back - Recording at The Leaf - Our Top 6 Cigars of the Week

Cigar Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 58:42


Good to have Bryant back on the show and the guys have FDA News and our Weekly Top 6 Cigars. Tabanero Cigars - Rob's Cigar of the year 2021! Case Elegance Humidors - Coin with Code: CIGARTALKCOIN Micallef Cigars - Become a Micallef Ambassador For Cigars - Call The Leaf - 325-670-9955 Cigar Talk Patreons - Become a member of The CRUE --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cigartalk/support

The Voyages of Tim Vetter
Episode 279 Food Culture In Prague with Bára Šimůnková

The Voyages of Tim Vetter

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 76:25


Greetings from Prague! Chef Barbora (Bára) Šimůnková owns Leaf Restaurant in Prague. She has worked and trained in some of the best restaurants in New York City, like Eleven Madison Park, Le Bernardin and Per Se. We had an incredible meal of Leaf, and then Bára and I spoke about her history as a chef, food culture in Prague and the greater Czech Republic, and much more. Check out Chef Bára and Leaf: https://www.instagram.com/_barbouche_/ https://www.instagram.com/leaf.rest/ https://www.r-leaf.cz/ Support TVTV on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thevoyagesoftimvetter TVTV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thevoyagesoftimvetter/

Paradigms
Afro-Andean Funk – New Album “The Sacred Leaf”

Paradigms

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 58:17


Araceli Poma and Matt Geraghty are Afro-Andean Funk and they have just released their first album The Sacred Leaf. This project and this music bring together Afro-Andean culture with other African and Caribbean musical traditions as well as electronica and … More ... The post Afro-Andean Funk – New Album “The Sacred Leaf” appeared first on Paradigms Podcast.

Max LucadoMax Lucado
What a Difference a Leaf Makes

Max LucadoMax Lucado

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022


Encourage those who are struggling. Don't know what to say? Then open your Bible. The olive leaf for the Christian...

Roswell Presbyterian Church RPC@eleven
Episode 198: CLOSING THE DISTANCE | Summer of Love: "There's Always a Leaf at God's Table" Acts 10:9-28 | Sunday, July 25, 2022

Roswell Presbyterian Church RPC@eleven

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:14


Roswell Presbyterian Church RPC@eleven
Episode 197: Roswell Presbyterian Church | Summer of Love: "There's Always a Leaf at God's Table" Acts 10:9-28 | Sunday, July 124, 2022

Roswell Presbyterian Church RPC@eleven

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 21:37


Native Plants, Healthy Planet presented by Pinelands Nursery
The Buzz -When Life Gives you Sumac...

Native Plants, Healthy Planet presented by Pinelands Nursery

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 84:16 Very Popular


Hosts Fran Chismar and Tom Knezick are back with a brand new episode of The Buzz.  There's a new round of "That's Hot" & "This or That" this episode.  Fran and Tom follow up on a few topics before getting a message from an old friend.  There a a ton of "Listener Shout Outs".  Tom does a  "Grow Read A Book" segment but also has a complaint. Fran explains missing episode 113 before "Take it or Leaf it."  Music by RJ Comer.  Have a question or a comment?  Call (215) 346-6189. Want links from this podcast?  Visit www.nativeplantshealthyplanet.com Buy a T-shirt, spread the message, and do some good.  Visit https://native-plants-healthy-planet-2.creator-spring.com/

Max LucadoMax Lucado
Hope Is an Olive Leaf

Max LucadoMax Lucado

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022


Noah pulled a dove out of the bowels of the ark and ascended the ladder. With a prayer he let...

Ordinary To Badass
Why Carrie Leaf is so Badass

Ordinary To Badass

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 20:51


Carrie leaf former psychotherapist turned mindset coach. In this episode you'll discover 3 reasons why Carrie Leaf is so Badass to include: -Underestimated self-care routine -Back to basics. -Zone of genius --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ordinarytobadass/message

Sustainable Winegrowing with Vineyard Team
141: Financial Aid to Replant Red Blotch Infected Vines

Sustainable Winegrowing with Vineyard Team

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 25:27


Did you know that the Farm Service Agency offers financial assistance to remove and replant vines infected with Red Blotch? Jeff Sledd, County Executive Director at the San Luis Obispo County Farm Service Agency explains how the Tree Assistance Program (TAP) offers commercial farmers aid with multiple qualifying disasters including natural occurrences like freezing or floods, and diseases including Pierces Disease and Red Blotch. The Farm Service Agency is a national program with county-level agencies for assistance. It is important for farmers to connect with their local agency to remain aware of current relief programs and to request funding for new issues. Make sure to listen to the end. If you received an insurance payment in 2020, 2021, or 2022 for COVID or drought, you may be eligible for the Emergency Relief Program. References: 122: Preserving Agriculture Land to Combat Climate Change California State Office of the FSA Farmers.gov Jeffrey Sledd Tree Assistance Program SIP Certified Sustainable Ag Expo November 14-16, 2022 Get More Subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode on the latest science and research with the Sustainable Winegrowing Podcast. Since 1994, Vineyard Team has been your resource for workshops and field demonstrations, research, and events dedicated to the stewardship of our natural resources. Learn more at www.vineyardteam.org. Transcript Craig Macmillan  0:00  And with me today is Jeff Sledd, who is the county executive director of the San Luis Obispo County Farm Service Agency, which is part of the United States Department of Agriculture. And today we're going to talk about the tree Assistance Program plus couple of other things. Hey, thanks for  being on the podcast, Jeff.   Jeff Sledd  0:14  Hey, I'm glad to be here. I'm glad to join you, Craig. Thank you.   Craig Macmillan  0:18  For those who may not be familiar with the organization, what exactly is the Farm Service Agency?   Jeff Sledd  0:23  Sure, good question. So the Farm Service Agency is a division of the United States Department of Agriculture. We are tasked specifically to administer the Farm Bill, which is a package of legislation that Congress puts out around every five or so years, that has to do with everything ag related in the US. And the Farm Service Agency specifically administers the subsidy and disaster programs that are designed to aid farmers with financial assistance to help them feed America.   Craig Macmillan  0:59  And speaking of disasters, there is a program called the Tree Assistance Program that is to help growers of tree things specifically, in the face of various kinds of losses. Can you tell us a little bit about the program just in general and who's eligible?   Jeff Sledd  1:15  So yes, it's called the Tree Assistance Program. Because we're a federal agency. We abbreviate everything, so if you call in and ask about it, you'll probably hear us call it TAP  tree Assistance Program. It's a bit of a misnomer because it is for trees, bushes and vines, anything that is grown, that is part of a commercial farming operation, this program would cover those. Again, like I said, as long as it's for commercial consumption or use. The Tree Assistance Program specifically, is a cost share program that helps farmers and ranchers and orchardists remove and replant dead or diseased trees, bushes, and vines that are dead or diseased because of a qualifying condition for the program. Most of those conditions are natural occurrences weather related disasters but for grape growers, specifically in San Luis Obispo County, the plant disease Red Blotch is sort of how this program is used most. So for orchardists, who have Red Blotch in their vineyards to a point where you know, it's beginning to curtail their production. This program helps cost share the price of removing those vines, prepping the ground, and then replanting new vines.   Craig Macmillan  2:40  Are there other diseases or issues that like maybe statewide that also would be covered for winegrapes by TAP.   Jeff Sledd  2:46  Most other probably parts of the state and the nation really use the tree assistance program more for natural disasters like floods and freezes and things like that. Well, we don't have unfortunately, we don't have very many floods, don't have a lot of rain. But probably it could be used for things like fire if a fire came through and burn up an orchard. But it's typically used more for like freezes and things like that.   Craig Macmillan  3:16  I had a memory that maybe Pierce's Disease was also covered by the program and Leaf Roll virus had been added a couple of years ago is that true?   Jeff Sledd  3:23  Leaf roll virus has been added, a Pierce's Disease, although I don't know how prevalent that is in San Luis Obispo County, I can tell you, we haven't helped any vineyards that have Pierce's Disease, but yes, it would, it could qualify and there are other diseases that may not be approved at this point. But if you one of your listeners is being affected by a disease that we haven't mentioned, they can certainly contact us and we can go through the process of potentially having that specific disease added as a qualifying condition.   Craig Macmillan  4:00  I think this is an important point is that, you know, our listenership is national now. And there may be things that are either happening, like Pierce's Disease, for instance, or something like that, where they're dealing with it, but they're not getting the information that oh, this qualifies. Or, you know, we got to face facts that like we live in a ever changing environment. And there may be things that come down the pike in the future that may be devastating and may may be potentially could qualify, but of course, don't know that they can bring that. Please bring your issues and we'll look into it and we'll see if it qualifies or not. Maybe it doesn't maybe it does, but it's part of the grower community has to say hey, these are things that are that are impacting us. And to come to say, hey, we need, we'd like some help. What do you think?   Jeff Sledd  4:45  Yeah, that's a good point. Craig. So I'm talking specifically about San Luis Obispo County here in California. However, this program is available nationwide, any county in the nation has a Farm Service Agency Office. That county may specifically, have other diseases that are already approved qualifying losses, or conditions that are prevalent in that area. Red Blotch just happens to be very prevalent in our area. So it's kind of our main concern, but other counties across the nation, if your listeners are listening to this, and they're experiencing something that may be more localized to them, they should definitely contact their Farm Service Agency office to see what help is available because it certainly could be out there.   Craig Macmillan  5:34  What is the application process like to to get some assistance to TAP? What kind of documentation is required, and specifically, Red Blotch is what you've been working with, so let's talk about how that would work.   Jeff Sledd  5:46  Well, so we're a federal agency. So as you can imagine, there's a significant amount of paperwork involved, none of it is... None of it's too difficult. And all of it, we are more than willing to help you work, work with you to get to get all that paperwork done. So the first part would be an app, a TAP application, a tree Assistance Program application, which is basically just some general information of what disaster are you experiencing. When did that disaster start? When was it apparent to you, because those two aren't necessarily the same, right?   Craig Macmillan  6:26  That's true.   Jeff Sledd  6:27  When it started when it was apparent to you and you know, how many acres and how many trees, bushes or vines are affected in that acreage. So that's the TAP application or the tree Assistance Program application. Then we also have a number of other eligibility documents, that would be required for anybody applying for any kind of benefit through our agency. And, you know, again, any FSA office in the nation will help you process and complete those documents. Yeah, so you're gonna fill out the tree Assistance Program application, as part of that, if you have never participated with any Farm Service Agency programs, we are going to need to identify your ground. So to do that, we're going to need either the recorded grant deed for the acreage that your grapes are on or if it is, if it does happen to be a rented vineyard, vineyard that you're leasing, then you'd have to provide the signed executed current lease that shows the legal description of the land, so we can find that land in our mapping system. So we're going to need your APN numbers or, you know, section township range, something like that, or an address that shows, kind of gives us legal description of that land, so we can identify your land and attach you to it in our system. Then, as a part of that, where you know, we're gonna have to add you into our system. So there's some just some general forms that get your contact information, who you are, your address, contact, all that kind of stuff. And then any producers that apply for benefits with the USDA or with the Farm Service Agency, there is an eligibility requirement that has to do with income under the current Farm Bill to receive benefits, you have to be able to certify that for the the current year that we are in. So if you're applying for a 2022 program that for the year 2022, you will make equal to or less than $900,000 in your adjusted gross income. No one's filed their 2022 taxes yet, the way we determine that is we send a form to the IRS where you give them permission to take a look back, they're going to skip the immediate last year, and then look at the three years before that. So for 2022, we're going to skip 2021 and look back at 2020, 2019 and 2018. And if you as an individual or an entity, if it's a general partnership, or a corporation that is applying for the benefits, if that partnership or entity or individual can qualify that they made the equal to or less than $900,000 for those three review years, then you would be considered eligible or compliant with that average Adjusted Gross Income certification for the program here that you're applying for. It sounds like a complex form, but it's really a check in a box. It's pretty simple. And most producers if if you're, you know at the cusp, that you're not quite sure if you would exceed or you know, be above that threshold, your CPA or tax attorney certainly would be able to help you with that. But it's a pretty simple form. So there's that. Then there's some other forms that are environmental compliance, you have to promise that you're going to take care arable land in such a way that causes it not to erode away and that sort of thing, a lot of paperwork, but it's all basic, pretty simple paperwork and nothing that we're not going to help you walk through.   Craig Macmillan  10:11  So if we go through this, we have a successful application, how much assistance can a grower receive?   Jeff Sledd  10:16  the program does have a payment limitation, right for the 2018 Farm Bill, the payment does cap at $125,000 as the most benefit you could receive through the Tree Assistance Program.   Craig Macmillan  10:34  And you had indicated earlier when we're talking about Red Blotch assistance, and things that can include the removal of the vines, treatment of the land, or management of the land, in some fashion, the purchase of the new plant stock and the planting of the new plants, is that right?   Jeff Sledd  10:48  It does. And so we call those different practices that can be approved, right, so the first one would be the removal of the dead and dying vines. The program specifically says that the vine has to be dead to receive assistance. However, with plant diseases, that's a little bit different, it might still technically be alive. But for financial purposes because of the disease, it financially isn't worth continuing growing this volume, because it's not producing, it won't pay for itself. And so if that's the case, we consider that vine dead, even though it technically is still alive. We do pay for removal of the dead vines, or pay a portion of the cost of removal of the dead vines, and then what we call site prep, re leveling the land, that kind of thing, anything that would need to be done to prep the ground to receive the new trees. And then the new trees themselves, we pay for vines here in California, specifically for vines we pay it's $4 a vine or 65% of your actual cost of those vines. You turn in the receipts for what you actually paid, but we take a look and compare that to our $4 per vine, maximum limit. And then we're gonna pay you the lesser of the two, right either 65% of your actual costs or the $4 per vine. In some cases, we could also pay if the vines, really doesn't work for Red Blotch, for but for other diseases or other disasters, there might be vines that don't necessarily need to be ripped out and removed, but do need significant intervention or rehabilitation. In those cases we would pay for the rehabilitation or a portion of the rehabilitation of those vines, rather than the removal.   Craig Macmillan  12:49  And are there growers in San Luis Obispo County that are taken up the program and being part of it?   Jeff Sledd  12:54  This program is like I said a national program that any producer of tree, bush or vine producer across the nation can use but statistically San Luis Obispo County has used the program more than any other county in the nation.   Craig Macmillan  13:11  Really?   Jeff Sledd  13:12  Yeah,   Craig Macmillan  13:12  That's interesting.   Jeff Sledd  13:14  Specifically because of the prevalence of of Red Blotch in our area. So that's why we felt like it was important to contact you guys and get the word out for any grape growers that may not be aware this programs out there to help them if they're struggling with the costs and what to do about Red Blotch in their vineyard.   Craig Macmillan  13:36  You know, that's fantastic and really happy to hear that. I'm really happy to hear that people are coming for help. We've been talking specifically about the tree assistance program, but are there other FSA programs that are available or might be benefit to wine grape growers that you'd recommend?   Jeff Sledd  13:48  There are well, and very specifically, if you're a wine grape grower in the nation, it's possible if you have crop insurance, federally subsidized crop insurance and you got a an indemnity payment in program year 2020 or 2021. We right now have a program called ERP which stands for Emergency Relief Program. And it has to do with the COVID-19 disaster and the drought disaster that California has in in other parts of the nation. So if you are a grape grower and you received crop insurance indemnities in either 20 or 21, you should have received in the mail already from the Farm Service Agency, an application for the ERP or Emergency Relief Program. And what we're finding is because a lot of grape growers aren't used to dealing with the Farm Service Agency that are kind of throwing those aside because they don't know what it is. And you're essentially throwing away your free money if you do that. So if you did get one of those applications, you need to contact your farm service agents immediately and we'll help you complete the process for that. Because that program will pay you 75% right now, of the indemnity that you already received, we'll pay you that, again, if the indemnities that you received were for qualifying losses under the ERP program. So if you got one of those applications from the Farm Service Agency and don't know what it is, definitely have your your listeners should contact their FSA office in their county. If you did get an indemnity, you got an insurance payment in program year 2020, or 2021, or 2022, as well and didn't get an application, then you should contact your FSA office because we can print it out for you and get it to you. In case it you know, it went to the wrong address or something along those lines. Definitely, that's one we have, like the Tree Assistance Program. We also have, we have other disaster related programs that kind of come and go depending on what the disasters in a certain county or certain parts of the country are. And so definitely, if you are a grape grower, and you have had some kind of natural disaster, or a fire or a flood or freeze or something along those lines, you should definitely reach out to your Farm Service Agency.   Craig Macmillan  16:25  And when I was reading a little bit about the FSA, and if I understood correctly, the way FSA was was designed is meant to be really an interface between the farmer community and the USDA, a spot where people can connect directly to their government, basically, there's grower direction in this, there's a committee of farmers that are involved.   Jeff Sledd  16:46  Yeah, you've done your you've done your homework Craig, good job. So one of the things about the Farm Service Agency that we really pride ourselves in is we are really the last federal agency at a county level that is still directed or run by an elected Board of farmers in our case. So we do have a we call it the county committee, or again, we abbreviate everything, so we call them the COC. But they're a board of elected farmers that they are tasked with reviewing all of these applications that come in and approving or denying them based on procedures. So as the county executive director, I actually report directly to that board, the county committee, and it's kind of my job to help the committee know what the rules and regulations are to know what they what authority they have and don't have, and that sort of thing. And actually, this year, in our county, we have one of our board positions coming available. And we would love actually to have a grape grower on our board. Right now, we don't have a grape grower. We have other producers, you know, other types of farmers, but we would certainly love to have a grape grower. So if you are interested, you have to live in a certain part of the county because the county is cut into different we call them local administrative areas. And so you have to live in the right area of the county and farm in the right area of the county to run. If any of your listeners in San Luis Obispo County are interested, they certainly should reach out to me and because we definitely for 2023 will be holding an election at the end of this year for a seat on that board that is a three year term. That's certainly a way that a farmer or a vineyardist could get involved in the local government of their community that has a direct impact on ag in our community and has influence you know, statewide and even all the way up to the national level and what kind of programs are implemented for farmers here at the local level.   Craig Macmillan  19:05  Yeah, and that may be true at the time of this recording of this particular podcast. But that's in San Luis Obispo County, but it's also going to be true all the way into the future across the nation,   Jeff Sledd  19:15  Across the nation absolutely.   Craig Macmillan  19:16  If you, you know, feel like you can have an influence and like to help your fellow growers, which is what this is about. Getting involved is always a great idea if you're really passionate about trying to make things better for yourself and for your neighbors. And I think this is a great example of how growers can have an impact beyond the fence line, right and can have a positive influence on their community. So I think it's fantastic, great way of organizing the organization. It sounds like a really great way of getting involved with these various things.   Jeff Sledd  19:45  It's a great way to get involved that doesn't require too much time. You know, we're going to ask a couple hours a month from you, usually one day a month for a couple of hours. So it's a great way to get involved ad to assist, and serve the ag community that doesn't require just, you know, tons and tons of time and input.   Craig Macmillan  20:08  So related to TAP or anything else related to the FSA, what is one thing you would recommend to our listeners?   Jeff Sledd  20:15  Sure. So assuming that I'm talking really mostly to grape growers, right, in California, and really across the state, I would recommend, get to know your Farm Service Agency, at least know where that agency is located, how to contact that agency, because if you're not in need of the Tree Assistance Program, right now, we, all the time have ad hoc programs that just kind of come down from Congress to address specific problems that you may or may not have heard in the news about. We have assistance to give away to farmers to producers, ag producers in the nation. And if you don't know about it, you don't get your piece of the pie. So I would say my one one piece of advice is even if you don't have Red Blotch like like what we're talking about today, find out where your Farm Service Agency is, and get involved or get connected to them so that we're aware of you and you're aware of us. So when you do have some need for us, or we have some program that fits what you do, you're in our data bank so we can reach out to you and you know, have that beneficial relationship with one another.   Craig Macmillan  21:25  And so in this particular case, since Obispo County, how do people find you? Where are you located? How do they reach out to you, Jeff?   Jeff Sledd  21:32  In San Luis Obispo County, our office is in Templeton the heart of wine country right here, right next door to Paso Robles. So you can certainly come to our office, but specifically I would tell your producers to go to farmers.gov, FARMERS, farmers.gov. That's the USDA's public facing page. And in that you can get to know really every program we have but there's also on there very easy to find a find your local FSA office and it'll drill down and it'll get you right to the office in your county. Whichever county that is farmers here in San Luis Obispo County can contact me either through farmers.gov or I can give you my email address. Absolutely, welcome to reach out to us that way as well.   Craig Macmillan  22:25  I want to thank our guest, Jeff Sledd County Executive Director of the San Luis Obispo County Farm Service Agency, part of the United States Department of Agriculture. Jeff, it has really been a pleasure. Thank you for taking the time to talk to us today.   Jeff Sledd  22:37  Craig, I appreciate the opportunity.   Transcribed by https://otter.ai

The Leaf Report: A show about the Toronto Maple Leafs
Down Goes Brown grades the Maple Leafs off-season on the season finale of the Leaf Report

The Leaf Report: A show about the Toronto Maple Leafs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 88:42 Very Popular


Jonas and Mirtle welcome Sean McIndoe, Down Goes Brown from the Athletic to the season finale of the Leaf Report. DGB, Mirtle and Jonas go down an awesome rabbit hole, looking back on past Maple Leaf front office failures and relating those nightmare stories to how the current front office has done this off-season. The guys discuss the goaltending duo of Matt Murray and Ilya Samsonov, the possible offer sheet coming to Rasmus Sandin, the long term deal signed by depth player Calle Järnkrok and if Justin Holl and Alex Kerfoot will be in training camp with the Leafs, or traded before then to create cap space for Sandin's return. To wrap the season, the boys answer Leaf Report listeners questions in the final Pod-bag of the year. Fear not Leaf fans, if Toronto makes another substantial move this summer, we will fire up the podcast machine to keep you informed and entertained. Until then, have a safe and enjoyable summer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Good Show
Hour 1: Manoah's Viral Moment, Soto Sweepstakes + Tkachuk Wants Out?

Good Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 51:57


Brent Gunning and Sam McKee host! The guys discuss their takeaways from last night's MLB All-Star Game, Alek Manoah's viral mic'd up moment, the Nationals' desired trade haul for Juan Soto, and if the Blue Jays have enough assets to enter the Soto sweepstakes. Later, Sam and Brent share their thoughts on the latest speculation surrounding a possible Matthew Tkachuk trade and if Leaf fans should be concerned about Auston Matthews' future (35:40). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.

tWoTcast
tWoTcast episode 328

tWoTcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 93:42


the Wheel of Time Companion - Lore Deep Dive with Dan & Dan! - tWoTcast LIVE! episode 328   You're listening (watching?) to tWoTcast! the Wheel of Time re-re-read podcast with Jono, Joe and Tom! Now Covering the Wheel of Time Companion! Today's topic: Join us and our guests Brother Dan from the Way of the Leaf and Daniel from Black Tower Podcast, as we discuss the Wheel of Time Companion. Today's episode is brought to you by the letter D.   tWoTcast SHOW ARCHIVE: we've been at this a long time, quickly find past episodes here: https://www.studiojohara.com/twotcast   HELP SUPPORT THE SHOW become a patron and get access to exclusive content OR go buy some merch! patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tWoTcast store: https://www.teepublic.com/user/twotcast   FOLLOW tWoTcast: discord: https://discord.gg/9uJzdQdEyH twitter: https://twitter.com/tWoTcast facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tWoTcast instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twotcast   GUESTS links: Brother Dan: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheWayOfTheLeaf Daniel of BTP: https://www.blacktowerpod.com   tWoTcast INTRO MUSIC by Taffy Bennington Intergalactic Lounge Singer: https://www.youtube.com/user/theAnARcHy101channel    tWoTcast OUTRO MUSIC by Androl Bard of Time: https://www.youtube.com/user/SaintBastard666   JOE's (used to be) OFFICIALLY LICENSED WHEEL OF TIME ART: https://www.studiojohara.com   tWoTcast PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/twotcast/id456316427   #thewheeloftime #twitteroftime #amazonprime

The Rare Elements Sports Cards Podcast
Episode 50: Don't Ask Panini For Redemption...

The Rare Elements Sports Cards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 94:50


In this weeks episode we talk about Panini's redemption controversy, eBay's lame vault party, the dope Colorado Sports card scene, a few release in the pipe, and Juan Soto! Check out the YouTube channel and peep the socials!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rare_elements1/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RareElements1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RareElements1Email: rareelements719@gmail.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCauxyzSvqah2WKouiOQPEkA

The Sanity Project Podcast with Joanne Victoria
Episode #233: Therapize Yourself with Carrie Leaf

The Sanity Project Podcast with Joanne Victoria

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 19:53


New Crits on the Block
Arc 11 Ep. 2: ”Bear Force One”

New Crits on the Block

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 61:40


Leaf is the true All Star of this episode, taking part in death defying rescue missions and calling in the big guns when things seem at their most dire.

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People
Leaf Life Show #176 - Fasting and Cannabis - Seattle

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 41:20


Giving the body the opportunity to fortify itself without the demands of processing food and water is an ancient method for flushing toxins and initiating a physical reboot. But how does it work, is it really effective, and how can Weed make it easier? Let's slow down and learn how to fast.   Subject discussed in the first segment: Why Take A Break?   Subject discussed in the second segment: Controlling Appetite With Weed      GREG THE GUINEA PIG: Danielle Guthrie is a Professional Glass Blower and Intermittent Faster. @DANIELLEGUTHRIEGLASS   PRODUCTS FEATURED: Viking Cannabis—Gelato #41 Nug Jug Viking Cannabis—Gorilla Glue Hash Rosin   SPONSORS: FAIRWINDS AVITAS HELLAVATED   STONEY BALONEY EPISODE: Pinky Swears Are Binding 

The HR Uprising Podcast
Creative Problem Solving

The HR Uprising Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 18:54


This week, Lucinda flies solo in order to provide a short, sharp selection of creative ways to solve problems, including Edward De Bono's Thinking Hats technique, and random stimulation. KEY TAKEAWAYS The main difficulty of thinking is confusion - where we are all doing too much at once. Effectively this means that our emotions, logic hope, creativity and pessimism crowd in on us, which creates overwhelm. The blue hat is for leadership, the white hat represents data or factual, the green hat is creativity, the red hat represents emotion and heart, yellow is optimism and the black hat acts as judge Random stimulation is a wonderful way of coming up with a completely different idea. It's a five step process: Understand the problem, disconnect from the problem and select a random stimulation, associate with the word, make a link between the association and the point of interest, and note the ideas. Random Stimulation - Problem Solving Activity for fresh ideas 1. Define the subject of the problem e.g. Team Away Day 2. Choose random stimulation e.g. Tree 3. Free associate with the random stimulation e.g. Leaf, foliage, squirrel etc 4. Make links between the free associations and the problem/subject e.g. Foliage ...wreathmaking workshop 5. Investigate or make notes on the potential fresh ideas BEST MOMENTS 'When you have different challenges, you need different ways of facing them' 'If we are all, in a group, thinking in a similar way, then it can help us to overcome conflict' 'Choose something random that you'll use to create random stimulation' VALUABLE RESOURCES The HR Uprising Podcast | Apple | Spotify | Stitcher The HR Uprising LinkedIn Group How to Prioritise Self-Care (The HR Uprising) How To Be A Change Superhero - by Lucinda Carney HR Uprising Mastermind - https://hruprising.com/mastermind/ www.changesuperhero.com www.hruprising.com Edward De Bono Thinking Hats - https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTED_07.htm Random Word Stimulation - https://innovationmanagement.se/2009/02/11/unleash-your-creativity-with-random-word-stimulation/ ABOUT THE HOST Lucinda Carney is a Business Psychologist with 15 years in Senior Corporate L&D roles and a further 10 as CEO of Actus Software where she worked closely with HR colleagues helping them to solve the same challenges across a huge range of industries. It was this breadth of experience that inspired Lucinda to set up the HR Uprising community to facilitate greater collaboration across HR professionals in different sectors, helping them to ‘rise up' together. “If you look up, you rise up” CONTACT METHOD Join the LinkedIn community - https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13714397/ Email: Lucinda@advancechange.co.uk Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucindacarney/ Twitter: @lucindacarney Instagram: @hruprising Facebook: @hruprising See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

O'Connor & Company
07.14.22: [Hour 3 / 7 AM]: Eric Stewart, Biden Hits Rock Bottom, Maria Leaf, Fairfax Mom

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 27:02


In the third hour of the morning show, Cam Edwards and Bethany Mandel talked to local businessman Eric Stewart about a slate of pro-business candidates in the Maryland primary (WEBSITE IS https://mcbroundtable.com/), Fairfax mom Stephanie Lundquist Arora on her Shadow Board show (WEBSITE: https://usanow.tv) and Wegmans expert Maria Leaf on the new DC store. They also discussed President Biden hitting rock bottom in polls. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

O'Connor & Company
07.14.22: Maria Leaf Interview

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 5:18


Washington Examiner and WMAL's Maria Leaf joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Thursday about a Wegmans opening for the first time in Washington, D.C.  We brought the ultimate Wegmans expert Maria Leaf who knows all of the history of Wegmans in the D.C. area. Wegmania On Wisconsin: Dispatches From The Opening Of D.C.'s First Wegmans https://dcist.com/story/22/07/13/wegmans-dc-opening-day-fanfare-wisconsin-ave/ For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.