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We discuss the hottest topics of the week!Mort Memorial Couch (Love Seat) is for SaleR.I.P. Betty WhiteTaco Bell Monthly PassKanye and Julia Fox?‘Morbius' DelayFirst Movie You're Looking Forward to this Year?#ThanksBatfleck is Trending‘Thor: Love and Thunder' Costumes‘Spider-Man: No Way Home' Post-Credits‘Il Libro di Roberto Fettucini' Episodio DuePayton Oswalt's ‘Parks & Rec' fan fiction filibuster is now true.‘Space Force' Returns to Netflix on February 18thMike Judge Teases Another ‘Beavis & Butthead' Return& MUCH MORE!!!Join the conversation on Twitter: @MACandGUpodcast
Aaron and Josh are back with their final game preview episode. Before they talk about how the Dolphins can win, they discuss what they're looking forward to seeing as the Dolphins attempt to bounce back from a tough loss in Tennessee. With the playoffs out of reach, how will the players respond? Can they stop New England's determined rushing attack? Can Tua end the season on a high note after several disappointing games? The guys discuss all of this before looking at how the Dolphins can get a victory to secure a second straight winning season. All of this and more on today's episode of DolphinsTalk.com Daily!
Join Tyler and Sophia as they have a high-level discussion about the current state of the immersive technology industry, what has brought us to this point in time, and what is in store for 2022. Links: Twitter:@tylerhgates @sophiamosh Visit the VR/AR Association at www.TheVRARA.com for more information about how you can get involved with this worldwide organization to help gain exposure and share ideas and best practices with other experts in the industry. Subscribe to the podcast wherever podcasts are found or listen to past interviews at www.TheVRARA.com/podcast
To kick off 2022, I reflect back on the last year and a half of hosting the Transition, and where I'm hoping to take the show this year. To discuss the show with me is Jamison Aweau, Bunker Labs Head of Product and Brand. Be sure to subscribe to the Transition Newsletter on Substack here: https://bit.ly/37Bb8Ne Apply For The Breaking Barriers in Entrepreneurship Workshop Series here: https://bunkerlabs.org/breaking-barriers/
Adam discusses what he is looking forward to most with Nebraska football next season. Support the show: https://www.omaha.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeremy Howard of Jambalaya Plays Games and Man Vs. Meeple shares the games he is looking forward to in 2022! Shelf Stories YouTube (with video of this recording) - www.youtube.com/shelfstories __________________________________ YouTube - www.youtube.com/onestopcoopshop www.youtube.com/channel/UCPCIkULbgzMEW612cSdUX7Q Discord - discord.gg/p4jX8AF Facebook - www.facebook.com/onestopcoopshop Donate to One Stop Co-op Shop - www.patreon.com/onestop Email - email@example.com
As promised, it's Part 2 of our Year End Annual! This time the panel looks ahead to 2022 and lists all the movies, tv, & comics we have high anticipation and hopes for. Help us usher in 2022 with some hopefully future classics coming out way in the New Year.
Meeple Nation Episode 404 This week we are talking about what we are looking forward to in this brand new year. Kickstarter's we hope that will be fulfilled this year and gaming events we are looking for this year Come, join us at the game table.
Primary & Secondary ModCastWe discuss trends from 2021 and predict trends for 2022.Host: Matt LandfairPanel:Todd GimianSteve FisherTom KelleyJack LewisDan ReedyBen SandeBrad T.Episode sponsors:Big Tex Ordnance - https://www.bigtexordnance.com/Phlster - https://www.phlsterholsters.com/Primary Arms - https://www.primaryarms.com/Staccato - https://staccato2011.com/Walther Arms - https://www.waltherarms.com/Our Patreon can be found here:https://www.patreon.com/PrimaryandSecondaryPrimary & Secondary:YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/PrimarySecondaryNetworkWebsite: https://primaryandsecondary.com/Facebook: https://facebook.com/primaryandsecondary/Forum: https://primaryandsecondary.com/forumComplete Audio Podcasts: https://spreaker.com/show/primary-secondary-podcast
Yvon Lapierre is the mayor of Dieppe. Dawn Arnold is the mayor of Moncton. Andrew LeBlanc is the mayor of Riverview.
What are you looking forward to in '22? What’s ahead in this year that excites you? Anne Shirley, in the novel Anne of Green Gables, said, “Looking forward to things is half the pleasure of them.” I like that thought. The trick is our expectations, of course. So what are you looking forward to in 2022? Don’t miss the conversation on Chris Fabry Live.
Season 2 is here! Almost a year into our podcast we welcome 2022 with what we are excited for in movies and TV. Let us know what you are excited for this year and maybe you get to be a guest in our pod during this second season. Press play and enjoy! HAPPY NEW YEAR! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/splitreelpodcast/message
Creating valuable content, delegating and elevating tasks, and setting business and life goals with Bjork Ostrom. ----- Welcome to episode 338 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork talks about five themes that he's noticed when reflecting back on the past year. Reflecting and Looking Forward As we enter into the new year, it can be really helpful to look back on the previous year and reflect on some of the lessons learned. So we're doing just that in this episode! You'll hear five themes that Bjork has identified when reflecting on 2021 and how he's going to use that knowledge to his advantage in 2022. From insight on creating valuable content to delegating tasks to defining your life goals, this episode is packed full of great advice to help you start the year off strong. Plus! As a bonus in this episode, you'll hear about The Food Blogger Pro Podcast Facebook Group that we just launched for podcast listeners. Within this brand-new Facebook Group, you'll be able to chat about recent episodes, submit questions for future interviews, and more. Be sure to check it out to continue the conversation! In this episode, you'll learn: How The Food Blogger Pro Podcast Facebook Group will work How to create really valuable content What the difference is between makers and managers Why it's so important to delegate and elevate tasks Why you should set both business and life goals How to practice 1% infinity Resources: The Food Blogger Pro Podcast Facebook Group FBP Live Q&A: The State of Pinterest – available for FBP members! EOS Delegate and Elevate Exercise Superhuman Mailman Zapier Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership
Happy New Year! The cattle industry saw a lot of changes in 2021 under the Biden administration from the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act to the implementation of a trade deal with Japan and much more in between. We talk with NCBA CEO Colin Woodall and Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane to hear their expectations for the coming year. What has changed since the beginning of 2021? What challenges can cattle producers expect to face in 2022? What goals will NCBA prioritize this year? Listen in to catch all the details!
Today, we have an exciting episode, the second part of our "Year in Review," where we look forward to what to expect in 2022. We bring back our panel from the first show, representing our user listener engagement selected panel. All four of our hosts join to discuss with our forum and provide some insights of their own. You may be surprised to hear the common themes our guest brings up for 2022, but you will not be able to deny that they will impact us in the coming year. As post-pandemic uncertainty grips us, each guest gives their perspective for its impact as we move into the coming year. We hope you have gained a lot of value from New Cyber Frontier over the last year and invite you to reach out to us to be a guest or sponsor a show. Visit our sponsors: BlockFrame Inc. SecureSet Academy Murray Security Services
Remember "So Long 2020!"? Have you heard the expression “wash, rinse and repeat"? 2022 is off to a rough start. It's only week one and we are now in our third year of the COVID virus. Let's start the New Year with hope and prayer.
This week: We make some bold predictions about the future of streaming in 2022. Nielsen Ratings Show Notes 10 anonymous media execs predict 2022's industry-shaking events Recommendations Encanto Silent Night The Expanse Don't Look Up
Hi SETlers! Ini episode pertama di 2022, lho, SETlers. What are you looking forward to this year? It is exciting to expect something! Disini Gio dan Kiki share tentang apa yang mereka nanti-nantikan di tahun 2022. Nah, kalau SETlers, ada nggak hal yang kalian tunggu-tunggu juga di tahun 2022? Try to answer this question in English by leaving a comment on this post. Gio dan Kiki udah kasih contoh, lho. Now, it's your turn! You can watch and listen to this podcast on Spotify: Speak English Today YouTube: English Today Instagram: @englishtoday
We're back with Chris Jolly to launch us into a new year full of optimism and great conversation on a variety of topics. On this episode we waste no time jumping into relationships freight brokers have with dispatchers, before discussing the #1 question Chris receives from his clients. Then we discuss the ports and what we expect from the supply chain congestion in 2022, what the infrastructure bill could do, and the upcoming vaccine mandate for employers of 100 people or more. We also have some conversation about football and touch on much more!
Another year has gone by which means a new year to look forward to. This also means a whole year of new releases, trailers, and concepts to come out in film and with that, we gotta give our thoughts for all things new and exciting. As always we would love to hear what you wanna see from us and the movie industry as we think about what we wanna see in 2022
Jena Tesse Fox, Jennifer McHugh, and Matt Tamanini talk about the theatrical things that they are most looking forward to in 2022 and the passing of Betty White. This Week on Broadway has been coming to you every week since 2009. It is the longest running Broadway and theatrical podcast read more The post This Week on Broadway for January 2, 2022: Looking forward to 2022, remembering Betty White appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
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On the first day of the New Year, I finished copying notes from 2021 from Lauren's and my Ink+Volt personal organizers into a Word document on my computer. The finished document contains 11,008-words and is 29-pages long. Gleaning the big takeaways may yet take a few more days at least, but for now I am trying to break everything into major categories. Family, church, work, friendships, podcasting, book-reading, trips taken, current events - all of them affected and were affected by our choices and attitude. It stands to reason then that goals set for the new year should be informed by a strong commitment to personal growth and maturity through the good, the bad, and the ugly. At the end of the day, week, month, and year, we want to make better decisions. And avoiding tired platitudes or truisms which may fail to engage our hearts and minds fully, we have to be honest about where we have been, what we have done, and who we are. Only through that honesty can we humbly move forward in strength and confidence. Yet again - and I cannot stress this enough - our ability or inability to execute perfectly is not the point. And in point-of-fact, meditating on God's grace in Christ can set us free to learn the lessons we need to in order to achieve more faithful stewardship of what the Lord has entrusted to us. Now I begin to do both things at the same time, since we are in January already. Analyzing last year systematically while at the same time beginning to put down intentional goals and expectations for myself, my family, and my engagement in every other sphere, all parties concerned will be better served in the coming months. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support
Liminal: relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process. Liminal circumstances can often feel like limbo, not being settled on either side of a thing. If we engage liminal spaces appropriately, though, they can be an opportunity for transformation. How can we best take advantage of liminal spaces? By letting go of the past, giving thanks for the present and looking forward with hope.
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The Big Idea: As you look out in front of you today, there is a new day, a new horizon, and a new opportunity. What will you make of it? Where will you be in your life 365 days from today? The decisions you and I make today determine what we're going to be tomorrow. The best way we ensure our preferred future is by doing the right thing today.Main Points:1. “Be more concerned about what is in front of you, than what is behind you. Pay attention to where you are going.”2. Without faith you will not move forward in your discipleship and spiritual growth. Without a doubt, I know God will ask all of us to take steps of faith in 20223. One of the most discouraging words in our vocabulary is the word “someday.” Have you noticed “someday” never seems to arrive? Let's change our vernacular to “today.”Today's Scripture Verses:Hebrews 11:6 - “Without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.”Ephesians 5:16 says, “Make the most of every opportunity.”Quick Links:Subscribe to The 5 Minute Discipleship NewsletterDonate to support this podcastLeave a review on Apple PodcastsGet a copy of The 5 Minute Discipleship JournalConnect on SocialJoin The 5 Minute Discipleship Facebook Group5 Minute Discipleship on InstagramLoren Hicks on InstagramRecent Episodes:#496: Don't abandon the faith#495: The light of Christmas#494: The real Christmas story
2021 was a surprisingly busy year. Steve and Shannah take a look back at the year that was we move into a new year. They also peek at things coming in 2022 and reflect on their favorite projects from last year. This month's story links: LOOKING FORWARD: 2022 DARTzoom Plano Listening Tour Oak Point Recreation Center outdoor pool project Davis Library project Fire Training Facility Harrington Library project Chief Biggerstaff Swearing In FAVORITE THINGS: Videos and Recaps Stoler on the Street Council recaps in Plano City News
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Welcome back to the Northeast Newscast! This week's episode is the second half of our staff's end of year conversation. In this episode we discuss the future of the Northeast News, our plans for 2022, which is our 90th year in business, and reflect on some of our favorite stories from the past year. Thanks for joining us.
Season 3 Episode 20 is with University of Nebraska-Kearney LB Coach, Brian Vaughn. We discuss the entire process of putting the 2021 season to bed, and look forward to 2022. SHOW NOTES 4:08 Welcome Brian Vaughn! 9:41 Wrapping Up the 2021 Season 11:29 Technique Checklist 17:27 Examining Calls 29:13 Modular Teaching Setup 34:48 Changing Techniques vs. Changing Coverages 36:53 Getting to Bear Within Your Personnel 48:37 Breaking Down Your Calls 59:16 Tracking Ideas During the Off-Season 1:02:56 Layering Your Defense 1:05:31 Practicing Ahead 1:15:13 Self-Scout Formation Tendencies 1:18:28 4x0 Unbalanced & FIB 1:23:11 Avoiding Issues with Certain Calls 1:43:06 Evolution of the Game & Mastery 1:50:07 Xs & Os vs. Jimmies & Joes 1:58:37 Culture vs. Scheme Debates 2:12:48 Preparing for Unknowns 2:30:42 Final Thoughts Follow Brian Vaughn on Twitter @blitzologyblog or @BrianMVaughn and Coach Vass @CoachVass, and the podcast's account @MDGAPodcast, as well as the offensive podcast, @RunVassOption. Come join us on Twitter to discuss the episode! To see the new Coach Vass Football YouTube Page www.youtube.com/coachvassfootball To join the Coach Vass Football Patreon, go to www.patreon.com/CoachVass If you can't remember all of those links or want to ask a question for next week's pod, head to: www.linktree.com/coachvass Visit the website at www.coachvass.com to view more information on the podcast, the link to his YouTube channel, CoachTube videos, Patreon, Pop-Up Clinics, blog posts, and articles from Coach Vass, as well links to join Coach Vass' email list, and a form to contact him for off-season consulting. COACH VASS' 3rd DOWN & RPO COACHTUBE BUNDLE bit.ly/vasstubebundle “DEFENDING THE WING-T OFFENSE” BY COACH VASS bit.ly/wingtvass HUDL: "ASK COACH VASS IN-SEASON SERIES" www.hudl.com/blog/ask-coach-vass-in-season-fixes For more information on the brand new Hudl Focus Outdoor Hands-Free Camera, check it out here: www.hudl.com/coachvass SPONSOR LINKS: www.hudl.com www.coachtube.com
This is really a podcast episode about the podcast. I want to put "out there" what I plan to do this year so you can help keep me accountable. Maybe we can do the same for each other.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/balancingthechristianlife)
I'm excited because not only is it the last day of the year but also I'm celebrating 100 episodes of Mommy's on a Call. I just wanted to thank everyone out there for listening and for supporting me along the way for leaving reviews, tuning in, sharing it with friends. I couldn't get to 100 episodes without your support. Thank you! And as I celebrate 100 episodes, I wanted to reflect back on a few things that have happened over the last hundred episodes, but also the last year, 2021. And just what I'm looking forward to in 2022 so tune in. In this episode I review 3 major themes that were holding me back and keeping me stuck and what exciting things are launching in 2022! For more information on the Recharged Retreat, go to >> RechargedRetreat.com ----- Come join me in my sandbox of life and in this podcast to explore, play and discover something new every single week. Subscribe and tune in weekly because I know you've yelled "Mommy's on a Call" at least once in the last week!!! For show notes, visit www.MommysonaCall.com Stephanie's Website IG: @MommysonaCall // @StephanieUchima
The last day of 2021 is here already! What lessons did you learn in 2021? What was your experience? What are you taking with you into 2022? What are you leaving behind? In this episode, I am recapping 2021, discussing my experience with PodcastMas 2021, and talking all about my 2022 theme. It's amazing how messages come to you just when you need them and that is exactly what happened in this episode. Enjoy the last day of 2021! Happy New Year to you! More Than a Mother Online Community here! Join us NOW! Resources Get my course "Balancing the Busy: How to Manage Family, Business, and All the Things" for 50% off when you use the code: Christmas Book LaWann to speak/host your next event Connect with LaWann https://LaWannMoses.com https://instagram.com/LaWannMoses https://facebook.com/LaWannMoses Buy Me a Coffee: Show your support and help me keep the show going for as little as $3.
2021 is coming to a close and I don't know about you, but I always get introspective this time of year. In this podcast, I'm going to share a few of the biggest lessons I learned in 2021 and also share what I'm looking forward to in 2022. The post 105. Lessons Learned in 2021 and Looking Forward to 2022 appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
It's finally here, 2022! Wow, what a year. Thank you one and all for listening, emailing, loving, and supporting us here at Raging Romantics. We're truly grateful for each and every one of you, wherever you may be. In this minisode we're making plans and setting goals for 2022!How about you, dear listener? What are your reading goals for 2022? Reach out! Let us know! Our email is Ragingromantics@nopl.org, and you can always find us at Northern Onondaga Public Library. RAGE ON!Authors/books we mentionNicole RoseJessa KaneMinkIce Planet Barbarians/Ruby DixonThrill of the ChasteAlyssa ColeTalia HibbertAlexa MartinMom Jeans and Other Mistakes by Alexa Martin The Siren of Sussex by Mimi Matthews (rel. 1/11/22)House of Sky and Breath by SJ Maas (rel. 2/15/22)Dial A For Aunties by Jesse SutantoFour Aunties and a Wedding (rel. 3/29/22)
Episode summary Sitting down to plan priorities for the new year can be simple and fun. I hope you'll be able to find a quiet afternoon when you can look back at the previous year and forward to the next. Join us today for a few simple questions and ideas that can help you create a more peaceful, priority-focused year. Host biography Janice Campbell, a lifelong reader and writer, loves to introduce students to great books and beautiful writing. She holds an English degree from Mary Baldwin College, and is the graduated homeschool mom of four sons. You'll find more about reading, writing, planning, and education from a Charlotte Mason/Classical perspective at her websites, EverydayEducation.com, Excellence-in-Literature.com, and DoingWhatMatters.com. Resources CLICK HERE for articles and ideas for planning DOWNLOAD your Doing What Matters Printable Planner here Connect Janice Campbell | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Website Homeschooling.mom | Instagram | Website Thank you to our sponsors! Medi-Share: an affordable Christian alternative to traditional health insurance Have you joined us at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions? We hope to see you there! For more encouragement on your homeschooling journey, visit the Homeschooling.mom site, and tune in to our sister podcast The Charlotte Mason Show. View full show notes on the blog.