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Fast Company Daily
Remote workers returning to the office are feeling the pain of pricey commutes and lunches

Fast Company Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 3:28


Thanks to inflation, it's even more expensive for workers to make the trek back into offices or physical workspaces.

Skissernas Museum
Brown Bag Lunches: Daniel Berlin

Skissernas Museum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 29:17


Det finns inte en gourmand i Skåne som inte känner till Daniel Berlin! Han startade sin bana hos Thomas Drejing på restaurangen Petri Pumpa, som 26-åring blev han kökschef på Torso Twisted i Malmö för att därefter öppna den egna restaurangen Daniel Berlin Krog, med två stjärnor i den prestigefyllda Guide Michelin. Den restaurangen, som låg i Skåne Tranås, stängde i september 2020 och just nu är Daniel Berlin i full gång med processen att öppna inte bara en ny restaurang på Österlen, utan även ett boutiquehotell och en mat- och vinbar. Under museets populära lunchsamtal Brown Bag Lunches fördjupar vi oss i den kreativa processen tillsammans med spännande och inspirerande gäster med olika bakgrund. Samtalen leds av copywriter och manusförfattare Paola Pellettieri.

Health & Lifestyle - VOA Learning English
Fun Lunches Help School Kids Eat Healthy Foods - September 16, 2022

Health & Lifestyle - VOA Learning English

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 5:24


ThinkTech Hawaii
Local Style Vegan Plate Lunches Available (Healthy Planet)

ThinkTech Hawaii

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 29:02


Level V 808 Has Local Style Vegan Lunches. The host for this show is Grace Chen O'Neil. The guest is Hanson Oshiro Nguyen. Hanson Nguyễn talls about his vegan journey and how he started Level V 808. He talks about different lunch plates that are offered and why he chose Level V 808 as the name of his company. The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6lykyAKGdc-HuP6EpGjLr7d Please visit our ThinkTech website at https://thinktechhawaii.com and see our Think Tech Advisories at https://thinktechadvisories.blogspot.com.

WORT Local News
Friends Of Sauk Creek Concerned About City's Greenway Reconstruction Project

WORT Local News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 50:48


This is your WORT local news for Wednesday, September 14.Neighbors of the Sauk Creek Greenway are concerned that restoration of the area will cause more harm than good,Art professionals are protesting the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art's treatment of Black artists,Lunches in Madison schools are coming up short in the first weeks of the school year,And in the second half, the history of Mazo Beach, long hair students cause trouble in 1960s Madison, and the most comprehensive weather report on the airwaves.

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
Jenny Mollen, DICTATOR LUNCHES: Inspired Meals That Will Compel Even the Toughest of (Tyrants) Children

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 24:59


New York Times bestselling author Jenny Mollen talks with Zibby about her new cookbook, Dictator Lunches, which grew out of the popular Instagram where she shares the lunches she prepares for her children. The two discuss their kids' eating habits, hacks to make lunches more interesting without making them more complicated, and why food is Jenny's love language. Jenny also shares the main ways working on a cookbook differed from working on her memoirs and novel, and what she'd consider writing next.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3RVbdQFBookshop: https://bit.ly/3d5deLqSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

My Last Meal with Chef Alisa
“It's All Connected”: From Packed Pita Lunches to Nourishing and Protecting Ourselves with Fashion Icon and Entrepreneur Melody Ehsani

My Last Meal with Chef Alisa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 45:44


"Your body is your vehicle. If you want to grow...your body has to come along." On this week's episode, Chef chops it up with fashion icon, creative director, and entrepreneur Melody Ehsani. They touch on many topics, including the story about taking Iranian leftovers in Tupperware for school lunch every day as a child– kids can be ruthless. Melody shares the process of altering her career from law to work in the creative arts and the delights that came with her move. An outright fun episode that is full of gems! Produced by Dear Media

Our Mindful Way
From Skipped Lunches to Mindful Living: Meet Meg Wolfe, Mindfulness Expert

Our Mindful Way

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 16:48


As a special education teacher, I never took lunch. Ever. It was typical of me to put my students' and own kids' needs above my own, and it wasn't unusual for me to realize at 4 pm that I hadn't eaten or even finished my coffee. Like many overstretched women, I hit the ground running each day, and I didn't power down until my battery was depleted.In this first episode of Our Mindful Way podcast, I introduce myself and share a little bit about my own transformation through mindfulness, what mindfulness actually is, and so much more.I'm so excited to share mindfulness with you. For any woman who has felt overwhelmed, burnt out, exhausted, the mission of my podcast will be to make mindfulness accessible to you, focusing on providing tips and tools to help you create a life to love and enjoy. And it can start today. Are you ready? Let's go!Let's Connect!Follow over on Instagram: @ourmindfulwayGrab my favorite tools over at  http://www.ourmindfulway.com

The Creative Influencer Show
Episode 32 – Back To School, Schedules and LUNCHES !!

The Creative Influencer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 90:45


Episode 32 and since this episode is landing right smack dab on the for well most of us the back-to-school week. Maybe others have returned prior to the September start – but how does your new days look balancing calendars, school drop offs, sports, and other recreational activities and oh ya the dreaded lunches? Im going to share all my household wins and losses and cheer you on as you get ready to transition into most successful ever this school year!

Veggies & Virtue: Easy Meal Ideas for Families, Healthy Snacks for Kids, Picky Eating Help
56. Picky Eating Hack for Packed Lunches: THIS small mindset shift will save your sanity, extend your food budget, and reverse picky eating!

Veggies & Virtue: Easy Meal Ideas for Families, Healthy Snacks for Kids, Picky Eating Help

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 19:20


Feeling in a rut and in need of new ideas for school lunches? Whether it is your first-time packing school lunches or you are a few weeks in and already feeling stuck, this episodes offers a simple mindset shift EVERY parent needs (myself included!). It is an easy concept to forget but also, one of the easiest shifts you can make to save your sanity, extend your food budget a bit further, and reverse picky eating tendencies that can easily occur. Listen in to how this ONE THING can perpetuate so many solutions to other common feeding issues with kids.  

LUNCH! with Shelley
Long Standing Lunches & Small Friendly Grudges | Episode 2

LUNCH! with Shelley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 20:52


In today's LUNCH podcast you'll hear from my pal Neil – a friend and colleague who I've shared lots of fun and work experiences with, often at the same time! Neil and I talk about travel, food, wine, clients, and an unresolved argument between us  - as well as our ongoing fun and friendship. I hope today will bring you some joy and laughter and encourage you to reach out to a friend for lunch too. Peace, Love and LUNCH!

Asian Glow Podcast with Clarence Angelo
UNPACKING MIDDLE SCHOOL IN AMERICA (Ask.fm, P.E, & "Stinky" Asian Lunches) | Asian Glow Podcast S3 EP. 2

Asian Glow Podcast with Clarence Angelo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 22:29


As the losers in middle school, the best way to look at this time is with complete disgust. In this episode, we talk about middle school Ask.FM, dating, band and choir kid stories, and more. I cannot believe I publicly am posting our school pictures from middle school without some form of compensation. For the rest of the podcast: IG: @clarenceeangelo Tik Tok: @asianglowpodcast Watch the video form of this episode HERE: https://youtu.be/ktL6paUguNg If you have the means to $upport, we've been saving up for real podcast equipment to shorten editing time! Below is our Patreon: patreon.com/clarenceangelo This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. https://betterhelp.com/asianglow --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asian-glow-podcast/support

Calgary Today
Reacting to the verbal assault of Deputy Prime Minister Freeland and the psychology of political aggression, and how to give your kids health lunches going back to school - The Drive Podcast, August 30th

Calgary Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:58


On this August 30th edition of The Drive Podcast, Over the weekend, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland was verbally harassed by a man while in Grand Prairie. For his first two conversations Ted chats with University of Calgary Political Scientist Dr. Lisa Young and Registered Psychologist Jenn Betts on the rise of and psychology behind political aggression. Afterwards Ted speaks with Calgary-based registered dietician Sarah Remmer on how to give your kids healthy lunches for back to school.

The Sporkful
Why Desk Lunches Are Illegal In France

The Sporkful

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 29:52 Very Popular


In France, you either leave your desk during lunch, or you're breaking the law. Which makes Kaitlin Plachy, an American expat in Strasbourg who secretly eats at her desk most days, an outlaw. So why do the French have this law? Our friends at the podcast Rough Translation found that one popular theory — that the law is meant to preserve French culture — is not as correct as many people believe. So what is the explanation? And can Rough Translation convince Kaitlin to take a break?Rough Translation is a podcast that tells stories from far off places that hit close to home, and you can find all their episodes here. Rough Translation is hosted by Gregory Warner. The team includes Adelina Lancianese, Pablo Arguelles, Katz Laszlo, Luis Trelles, Justine Yan, Tessa Paoli, Emily Bogle, Liana Simstrom, Bruce Auster, Josh Newell, Greta Pittenger, and Anya Grundmann, with help from Eleanor Beardsley, Robert Krulwich, and Sana Krasikov. The French news tape in the episode is from Radio France and Radio Monte Carlo. Music by John Ellis and FirstCom Music and Audio Network. The Sporkful production team includes Dan Pashman, Emma Morgenstern, Andres O'Hara, Tracey Samuelson, and Jared O'Connell.Transcript available at www.sporkful.com.

Anticipating The Unintended
#183 Free Lunches Forever

Anticipating The Unintended

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 26:48


PolicyWTF: Revdi Fertiliser CultureThis section looks at egregious public policies. Policies that make you go: WTF, Did that really happen? - Pranay KotasthaneIn the past, we have discussed many government plans of the “One Nation, One X” kind. Still, I must confess. Of all things that can substitute the letter X, “fertiliser” was beyond my thinking horizon. Limited thinking wasn’t a problem for the government, which has:“decided to implement One Nation One Fertiliser by introducing single brand name and the logo under fertiliser subsidy scheme namely Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janurvarak Pariyojana (PMBJP).”While you decipher what this order means, a short detour about the abbreviation PMBJP is in order. Its usage suggests something profound — the government is finally running out of acronyms! I claim so because there’s an existing scheme with the same abbreviation in the very same ministry — the older Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana (PMBJP), run by the Department of Pharmaceuticals since 2008. Perhaps the reason for repeating this abbreviation is apparent — it comprises both the ruling party and the party leader. To make matters more confusing, this scheme has been hailed as “the call of #NewIndia which will take our nation to greater heights” by a politician whose name also abbreviates to BJP.The new PMBJP seems utterly bizarre at first. Why would the government want all companies—government-run or private—to sell their products under a single brand name of ‘Bharat’? Why would a government order go to such lengths to specify that “Two-thirds of the area on the top half of a fertiliser bag will be used for the official branding and logo of the PMBJP while a fertiliser firm can use the rest one-third area for its own logo and branding as well as printing other information relating to the product”?If you dig deeper, the bizarreness gets replaced by a sense of rejection. The diktat to dissolve the value of all fertiliser brands only takes the veneer off the sham called a market for fertilisers. Here’s how.The fertiliser sector is insanely regulated even by Indian standards. It all began with good intentions. One of the components of the Green Revolution was to subsidise agricultural inputs. And so, a fertiliser subsidy was introduced. The government fixed the retail price of urea fertiliser considerably below the market price to encourage its usage. This difference between the market and administered prices was called “fertiliser subsidy”. The government paid off the difference to fertiliser companies with taxpayers’ money. Simultaneously, the government started running fertiliser plants to increase supply. Combined with the Minimum Support Price (MSP) mechanism guaranteeing procurement of certain grains, these measures worked to the extent that Punjab, Haryana, and a handful of other states were able to increase grain production rapidly. The fears of India’s dangerous “population bomb” subsided. But as you might anticipate, interfering with prices had unintended consequences. An overuse of subsidised fertilisers led to a decline in soil quality. An artificially low price also led to the diversion of urea for non-agricultural uses. Urea is a versatile material used in textiles, paint, explosives, and medicinal sectors. Naturally, people purchased cheap fertilisers from retail shops and diverted them to these industries. The government then introduced the Fertiliser (Movement Control) Order, 1973. Fertiliser couldn’t be sold across states within India without the ministry's permission. Instead, state-level fertiliser requirements were aggregated at the union ministry level, and each state had its quota “allocated” from in-state and select out-of-state fertiliser manufacturing facilities. And, of course, there were the usual export restrictions until recently. Essentially, there’s no such thing as a market for fertilisers. Just as MSP effectively turned farmers into government employees, the fertiliser subsidy turned manufacturers into satellite government agencies meant for supplying fertilisers. Meanwhile, the fertiliser subsidy bill kept rising. It is now the union government’s second-largest explicit subsidy, behind only food. For reference, India spent more on fertiliser subsidy last year than it did on defence capital expenditure. This year, higher international prices due to the Ukraine war mean that the government’s fertiliser subsidy bill will shoot up further. And so, the government decided: if we’re going to pay Rs 2 lakh crore to our fertiliser contractors (companies) annually, why not claim the full credit for it? And that’s how we got the One Nation, One Fertiliser scheme. While the name might seem bizarre, it is just the high point of continued government interference in this sector.We can anticipate the unintended consequences. Fertiliser companies—now unable to differentiate their products—will be further disincentivised from improving or innovating. With the PMBJP branding at the front and centre of every fertiliser bag, the endowment effect of the subsidy will grow stronger. It’s now explicit that the government supplies fertilisers to farmers, not companies. Which government will now take the risk of being seen as anti-farmer by reducing this subsidy bill?A better alternative would’ve been to eliminate all complex controls over the fertiliser sector and increase the amount provided as income support to farmers under the PM-KISAN scheme instead. A subsidy to fertiliser manufacturers made sense in the 1960s due to food shortage. It continued to make some sense until there was no way to identify farmers. But now, with an income support scheme already identifying farmers via Aadhaar, it is unconscionable to direct taxpayer money for another subsidy programme. We are stuck in a low-level equilibrium that just keeps getting worse.Global Policy Watch #1: Karza Maaf KaroGlobal issues and their implications for India— RSJThe wonderful thing about bad ideas is how so many politicians find them good. Good ideas must go through the steeplechase of policy proposals, committees and reports. Then they run the marathon to solicit bipartisan political support and public acceptance. And, if they are lucky, they make the finish line alive. No such test of endurance for bad ideas. They fly past these hurdles flipping the bird to them. Time and place don’t matter. Bad ideas are welcome. Everything, everywhere, all at once. The immediate cause for that short ode to bad ideas is the announcement by the Biden administration this week of a student loan forgiveness programme. If you missed the news, here’s a summary from New York Times:“President Biden announced a plan on Wednesday to wipe out significant amounts of student loan debt for tens of millions of Americans, saying he would cancel $10,000 in debt for those earning less than $125,000 per year and $20,000 for those who had received Pell grants for low-income families.Students who received Pell grants will be eligible for $20,000 in debt forgiveness on their loans. About 60 percent of borrowers have received Pell grants, and the majority come from families making less than $30,000 a year. The Education Department estimates that 27 million borrowers will qualify for up to $20,000 in relief.Millions of other borrowers will be eligible for $10,000 in debt relief, as long as they earn less than $125,000 a year or are in households earning less than $250,000.”Good IntentionsWhat will this cost the exchequer? There is a wonderful report on this by the Penn Wharton Budget Model team at the University of Pennsylvania. It has a detailed analysis of the impact of the announcement. I will leave you with the summary:“President Biden’s new student loan forgiveness plan includes three major components. We estimate that debt cancellation alone will cost up to $519 billion, with about 75% of the benefit accruing to households making $88,000 or less. Loan forbearance will cost another $16 billion. The new income-driven repayment (IDR) program would cost another $70 billion, increasing the total plan cost to $605 billion under strict “static” assumptions. However, depending on future IDR program details to be released and potential behavioral (i.e., “non-static”) changes, total plan costs could exceed $1 trillion.”All right. $605 billion under static assumptions and $1 trillion based on future behaviour changes. I will bet this will easily go north of that number because such announcements change the credit culture of a society. We, Indians, know it. So, apart from the $1.9 trillion that Biden announced early last year as part of the COVID-19 relief and build back better package, we have another trillion of stimulus being given back to largely the top two quintiles of the US households. A trillion here, a trillion there, and pretty soon we are talking about real money, to misquote that famous quip by Senator Dirksen. Of course, there are these pious reasons for this policy from the White House press release:“Since 1980, the total cost of both four-year public and four-year private college has nearly tripled, even after accounting for inflation. Federal support has not kept up: Pell Grants once covered nearly 80 percent of the cost of a four-year public college degree for students from working families, but now only cover a third. According to a Department of Education analysis, the typical undergraduate student with loans now graduates with nearly $25,000 in debt.The skyrocketing cumulative federal student loan debt—$1.6 trillion and rising for more than 45 million borrowers—is a significant burden on America’s middle class. Middle-class borrowers struggle with high monthly payments and ballooning balances that make it harder for them to build wealth, like buying homes, putting away money for retirement, and starting small businesses.For the most vulnerable borrowers, the effects of debt are even more crushing. Nearly one-third of borrowers have debt but no degree…”A college education is a passport to higher income and better life in the US. It is the single most significant determinant of social mobility. Two data points from this Pew report puts this in context. First, in 2021, full-time workers ages 22 to 27 who held a bachelor’s degree, but no further education, made a median annual wage of $52,000, compared with $30,000 for full-time workers of the same age with a high school diploma and no degree. Second, households headed by a first-generation college graduate – that is, someone who has completed at least a bachelor’s degree but does not have a parent with a college degree – had a median annual income of $99,600 in 2019, compared with $135,800 for households headed by those with at least one parent who graduated from college. The median wealth of households headed by first-generation college graduates ($152,000) also trailed that of households headed by someone with a parent who graduated from college ($244,500).A college education helps you earn more. And if you have two generations of college education in your family, you’re made. This should be a sufficient incentive for people to take the risk of a college loan and graduate because it does make a difference. Also, the so-called debt burden as a percentage of income is disproportionately high among people who take student loans but don’t graduate. About 40 per cent of students who take loans never graduate. They find it difficult to shrug off the burden throughout their lives. Unintended Consequences When you look at the data together, you should reach the following conclusions:A college education is an expensive affair in the US. The universities have gotten richer over the years, with their trust funds rivalling many private fund houses. The universities seem to have kept the supply limited. The demand has kept soaring, and the somewhat easy availability of credit has meant college fees have grown faster than inflation. The nature of regulations and a stranglehold on accreditation by universities have meant no meaningful disruption in the college education space. A few attempts were made during the pandemic with digital courses, unbundling of the university stack and income share agreement models of funding college education, but they seem to have lost steam once the world got back to normalcy. The universities can continue to retain their oligopoly and set their own prices without real fear of disruption.Then there is a question of alignment of incentives between the borrower and the lender. A college education is the most critical factor for higher income in US society. For the average student, the risk of taking a loan is worth it. Also, taking a loan and not completing college has terrible consequences. This is not some kind of design flaw that’s increasing inequity. It is how it should be. Lastly, the US university system is the best in the world for a reason. It is difficult to get in. You pay a premium for the degree, that money allows the universities to hire and retain faculty who then tend to be of high quality, and it funds research that pushes the boundary of human knowledge. The debt forgiveness program of the Biden administration doesn’t solve the fundamental issue of high college fees. Neither does it strengthen the alignment of incentives between the lender and borrower. In fact, an announcement like this will possibly spur more college applications in future in anticipation of future relief packages like this. That will raise the demand for college seats and increase tuition fees further. Worse, as many have already pointed out, such relief packages have a moral hazard built in. We have written about this in the context of farm loan waivers in India. There are two problems here. When you waive the loans, what do you tell those repaying their debts regularly at great costs to themselves? That they were stupid to do so? Secondly, you have set a precedent for future packages like this. Once that mindset sets in, more borrowers will be taking loans and defaulting because they know the government will bail them out. Mihir Sharma has drawn exactly this parallel with the Indian case in his Bloomberg column this week. He writes:“But the consequence of loan waivers, as they are called in India, have not been at all positive for farmers. Economists have noted that the waivers have encouraged farmers to take on more credit than is justified by their productivity, saddling them with more debt. This cycle of forgiveness and indebtedness reduces the overall flow of agricultural credit, while privileging the minority of borrowers willing and able to game the system. Over the years, multiple cycles of debt forgiveness have not improved household savings, investment or credit flow.…In other words, once you announce a loan waiver program, the incentives of borrowers and politicians change to make both future defaults and future forgiveness more likely. In the US, it’s entirely likely that future administrations will succumb to demands to extend bailouts to those with private loans, for example, or to raise the cap to something more like $50,000 per person.”The other problem is inflation. The consequences of mindless packages since the beginning of the pandemic are there for all to see. The US inflation is at a 40-year high. This relief package will put more money in the hands of the middle class that is already using its excess savings built up during the pandemic to drive up prices. The Fed has been pushing up interest rates to tame inflation. There’s a serious possibility of a recession and debt defaults among the most vulnerable borrowers because of rising rates. More importantly, if the market starts believing that the government doesn’t care about inflation, then high inflation expectations will lead to a real increase in prices. Inflation is expectation driven. It is a self-fulfilling prophecy. That’s why the Fed is careful about its words and why analysts spend so much time parsing its statement. Who in their right mind would want to do this now and set such expectations?The inflation point is particularly important to the rest of the world and to India. Otherwise, who cares what student loan policies are pursued by the Biden administration? Unfortunately, US inflation, interest rates and growth matter to us, as we have already seen in the past few quarters. This bonfire of good economic thinking will singe us. But the persistence and universality of bad ideas cannot be easily fought. There are always short-term reasons to contend with and, of course, elections to be won. Biden’s move is to shore up his popularity among the youth and possibly give Democrats a fighting chance in the mid-terms. These don’t turn out well. But who cares about the future? India Policy Watch: The Elements of Revdi CultureInsights on burning policy issues in India— Pranay KotasthaneThe PM’s revdi culture remark castigating state governments for distributing freebies has been widely debated over the last month. Everyone and their uncles have dipped their toes in the discourse stream. Those on the left have tried hard to prove that freebies are, in fact, desirable social sector spending. Those aligned with the government have highlighted the fiscal imprudence of state governments handing out laptops, TVs, and mixer grinders before elections. My only advice is to read more public finance specialists on this issue and fewer political scientists. What classifies as a subsidy or freebie? Which level of government is guilty of doling out freebies indiscriminately? The discipline of public finance has a lot to offer on such questions. The landmark paper on subsidies in India is by M Govinda Rao and Sudipto Mundle in 1991, in which they devised a subsidy classification. They neatly define a subsidy as:the difference between the cost of delivering various publicly provided goods or services and the recoveries arising from such deliveries.Based on this broad definition, we can classify subsidies along two axes: the nature of the good or service subsidised (merit vs non-merit) and whether they are recognised as subsidies in government accounts (implicit vs explicit). The chart below is my representation of subsidies at the intersection of these two axes.Of the four categories of subsidies, we can now define freebies as non-merit goods which are explicitly or implicitly subsidised by the government. The bone of contention here is the “meritorious” nature of goods. The above paper takes a liberal approach and classifies any good with positive benefits to people beyond the recipient as a merit good.This classification now allows us to understand freebies' volume and nature better. The 1991 paper found that Indian governments were collectively spending almost 15 per cent of GDP on subsidies. Continuing this line of inquiry, Mundle and Sikdar find that the total volume of subsidies had fallen to 10 per cent of GDP by 2015-16. The union government only accounted for 30 per cent of this subsidy bill. State governments accounted for the remaining ~7 per cent of GDP spent on subsidies. Crucially, states subsidised both merit and non-merit goods/services. Since social services like health and education are the primary domain of states according to the constitution, they end up spending ~3 per cent of GDP on such merit goods. The remaining 4 per cent of GDP was spent on non-merit goods. So, the PM’s statement is not incorrect. Both state and union governments have to set their house in order, but on freebies, the state governments have a lot more work to do. The punchline from Sudipto Mundle’s article in Indian Express is vital gyaan for anyone working in Indian public policy:.. four “merit” subsidies account for only a third of total subsidies. Thus, two-thirds of total subsidies, about 6 per cent of GDP, are unwarranted freebies which should be eliminated. .. if central and state governments could step beyond their business as usual budgets and take bold measures to phase out these unwarranted freebies, along with much of the tax exemptions and concessions, which amount to about 5 per cent of GDP, that would free up huge fiscal space. This would enable a massive reduction in the combined fiscal deficit of the Centre and the states, while at the same time stepping up required expenditure on education, health and infrastructure. The myth of restricted fiscal space simply reflects the missing appetite for deep fiscal reforms which could radically change the structure of central and state government finances.”Thanks for reading Anticipating the Unintended! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support our work.Global Policy Watch #2: Falling In Love With “Your” PoliticianGlobal issues and their implications for India— RSJTaking the cue from the loan forgiveness piece, the question often asked is why do politicians behave the way they do when it is evident that the long-term consequences of their actions will be bad? Like I mentioned a few weeks back, I have been reading an anthology of essays by Bryan Caplan titled - “How Evil Are Politicians?: Essays on Demagoguery”. Caplan introduces the notion of power-hunger in one of the essays and how rational politicians continue to raise it and then try their best to satiate it. Caplan writes:“In Public Choice, also known as “economics of politics,” we usually assume that politicians are motivated not by greed, but by power-hunger.  Of course, we rarely utter the word “power-hunger.”  Instead, we call it “vote maximization,” just as we call greed “profit maximization.”  But when Public Choice pictures politicians, it pictures humans filled with lust for power.Is this a reasonable picture of politicians’ psyches?  Absolutely.  That politicians crave power is as undeniable as that businesspeople crave profits.”Then he argues that democracy and its check and balances might blunt this naked pursuit of power, but that is never enough. He writes:“Under democracy, politicians are less candid about their motives; they need us to like them, and power-hunger is not likeable.  But given its ubiquity throughout most of political history, can we really believe that the motive of power-hunger is no longer paramount? Once you thank the stars you aren’t ruled by Louis XIV or Lenin, a grim truth remains: democracy gives power-hungry politicians far worse incentives than the market gives greedy businesspeople.  Above all, voters – unlike consumers – have no incentive to be rational, spurring power-hungry politicians to preach and practice endless demagoguery.  It’s gotten worse lately, but it’s always been terrible.  Democracy hasn’t turned politicians into decent human beings; it’s only gilded their age-old power lust with altruistic hypocrisy.”So, what’s the solution? Eternal vigilance. And not to be enamoured by any politician and their promises of making your nation great again or reclaiming your deserved vishwaguru status. That’s easier said than done in these days of tribal loyalties and mass disinformation. Bad policies have a lot going for them. HomeWorkReading and listening recommendations on public policy matters[Post] Pakistan is facing a terrible flood event. And the political debate there is not very different from the one we have whenever there's a drought or flood in India. The linked post discusses how causal stories are deployed for telling disparate political stories about such events. [Article] Ritesh Rautela and Anurodh Giri have a good take on India’s fertiliser subsidy program for nextbillion. [1, 2] The two-part article on Subsidies, merit goods, and fiscal space is well worth a read. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit publicpolicy.substack.com

Naturally Savvy
EP #1117: Lunchbox 75+ Easy and Delicious Recipes for Lunches on the Go with Aviva Wittenberg

Naturally Savvy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 44:41


Lisa is joined by Aviva Wittenberg who talks about her must-have cookbook of lunches you can look forward to all morning long!  AVIVA WITTENBERG learned to cook at her mother's side and honed her skills in the kitchen cooking for her family. She has been sharing her adventures in lunch packing online for the last 7 years, which have made creating a midday meal a nearly effortless task. Aviva is an advocate for food education, teaching children to grow and cook their own food and takes enormous pleasure teaching her own children about the world around them through the food they eat. She was born and lives in Toronto with her family.Description of "Lunchbox: 75+ Easy and Delicious Recipes for Lunches on the Go."Say goodbye to the same boring, limited lunch rotation, and hello to everyone's new favorite meal of the day! Lunchboxhas literally months' worth of recipes for flavorful, filling, nutritious, and delicious meals—guaranteed to stay fresh until lunch. With chapters on Soups, Sandwiches, Salads, Warm Bowls, Cold Bowls, Handpies, and Brunch for Lunch—as well as simple, satisfying snacks and sweet treats to pack alongside—these straightforward recipes will get you out of your lunch rut for good. Every recipe has a “Get Ahead” tip, calling out exactly what can be made ahead of time, as well as a “Packing Tip” on how to pack a balanced and beautiful lunchbox; the steps are fuss-free, and all ingredients can be found in your local grocery store. In addition to the recipes are lunch packing strategies and multi-week meal plans to help you efficiently plan your menu and your time, streamlining meal prep to avoid that stressful morning crunch. Special callouts are included—such as “Great for Kids”—and all recipes are completely nut-free. With plenty of vegan and vegetarian options, hot and cold weather seasonal suggestions, and freezer-friendly choices, too. Lunchbox has something for everyone. Whether it's back to the office or back to school, Lunchbox is packed with satisfying recipes and ideas to start your day off right.

As Goes Wisconsin
Should free lunches exist?

As Goes Wisconsin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 88:50


Wisconsin needs public defenders. Should there be a free lunch? And does social media or TV have a greater influence on people's lives?

People Places Planet Podcast
Independent Research, Aquaculture and Brown Bag Lunches: Insights from ELI's Summer Interns

People Places Planet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 25:55


In this episode of the People Places Planet Podcast, ELI's six summer interns (Jesse Ferraoili, Rebecca Huang, Fatima Lawan, Priyanka Mahat, Raf Rodriguez, and Jeremy Rubin) join host Georgia Ray to reflect on their time as summer interns, talk a little more about who they are, what they are interested in, and what brought them to ELI. They discuss their independent research work, work done on broader projects at the organization, and things they have learned throughout the summer.A Tufts rising senior will tell you about her fight for maternal health in the Black community, especially as it pertains to air quality. Another will dive into uranium contamination in America's southwest. A third will talk about his work with prison populations and the heat related illnesses that can occur inside the system. All of them will discuss what it was like to work at ELI, how they hope to continue in the environmental space, and the lessons they have learned spending the summer in D.C. You can find Raf and Priyanka on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rafjrodriguez & https://www.linkedin.com/in/priyanka-mahat-b16642151/If you are interested in learning more about The Center for Black Maternal Health & Reproductive Justice at Tufts (with whom Fatima worked closely on her project), you can visit their website. ★ Support this podcast ★

Pre-Cana with the Pope
Lunches, Passivity, and What Being a Stay-At-Home-Dad Taught Me About Being a Husband

Pre-Cana with the Pope

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 70:26


In today's episode, we talk about Renzo's time as a stay-at-home-dad and how the lessons he learned made him a better husband and father. SUPPORT OUR MINISTRYThank you all for your ongoing support. We love what we do, and we pray that it is a blessing to you and your families. If you are benefitting in some way from what we're doing, here are some ways you can support our show:  Support us on Patreon!THINGS WE MENTIONEDWhat Being a Stay-At-Home-Dad Has Taught Me About Being A HusbandPassivity and Relationships (a talk by Michael Gormley)Fr Mike Schmitz Homily on Pier Giorgio Frassati and PassivityJason Evert on St. JosephOur NC Register ArticleMagic Coffee Table Video Our BooksGo To Joseph: 10 Day Consecration to St. JosephGo To Joseph For ChildrenFREE RESOURCESFertility Awareness Cheat SheetRelationship Check-UpOur MinistryAbout UsConnect with us and send us a message on InstagramYouTube ChannelEpisode Music by Alex_MakeMusic from PixabayRECOMMENDED RESOURCESHere are some of our favorite books and resources that will support your marriage, family, and faith. *Full disclosure these are affiliate links, which means we get a little kickback if you purchase it, but it's at no additional cost to you.Love and Responsibility by JP2Theology of the Body by JP25 Love Languages by Dr Gary ChapmanTotal Money Makeover by Dave RameySt. John Paul and his 5 loves by Jason EvertThe Porn Myth by Matt FraddWould you prefer to listen to these books instead? visit https://www.audibletrial.com/twobecomefamily for a free 30-day trialSupport the show

The NXT Step Fitness Podcast
#36 - Packing Lunches like a Pro

The NXT Step Fitness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 13:45


Do you work outside the home? Have kids going to school? Chances are you have to pack a lunch or two during the week. In today's episode of the podcast I share several tips and tricks to pack your lunch like a pro. Before you know it you'll be bringing nutrient dense, balanced lunches with you and crushing your nutrition goals!Do you have a question about health and fitness for the podcast?send me an email podcast@nxtstepfitness.com

Cocina Delirante
3 Lunches sin carne para este regreso a clase

Cocina Delirante

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 3:24


Si uno de tus propósitos es empezar a disminuir tu consumo de alimentos de origen animal, ¡anímate con algún lunch rápido y sin carne para el regreso a clases! Ayudando al planeta (y a tu salud), todo en uno.

FPC Houston's Sermons
Sitting On Your Lunches- Traditional Service

FPC Houston's Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 27:59


FPC Houston's Sermons
Sitting On Your Lunches- Contemporary Service

FPC Houston's Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 25:48


Rush Hour Melbourne: Best Bits
Tom Rockliff on Port Adelaide's Season, Failed Lunches, and Billy's Thermostat

Rush Hour Melbourne: Best Bits

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 13:19


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Mike & Carla Morning Show
M&C PODCAST 8-17-22: Black Cats, Lunches & More!

Mike & Carla Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 34:38


Show #2392: On today's podcast, we talk about it being National "Black Cat" Day, people who get their lunches ripped off at work, and it was another round of "Kazooki-oki" Wednesday!  All this and more on today's podcast of the Mike & Carla Morning Show!

Nutrition for Littles
Packing lunches

Nutrition for Littles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 23:06


Are you tired of packing the same lunch for your kids? Or are you kids tired of the same foods in their lunchbox? I am giving you my top tips, trick and hacks to change up packing lunches for your kids! Here is the link to my Amazon store. Looking to change up your menu? […] The post Packing lunches appeared first on Mama and Me RD.

Total Information AM
Thousands of families lose free school breakfasts and lunches this year

Total Information AM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 5:01


A program that made school breakfasts and lunches free to students -- regardless of income -- expired over the summer. KMOX's Megan Lynch spoke with one district about that impact of the loss of those meals.

17Twenty
E100 || Matt Fisher || Reflections on 100

17Twenty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 94:32


100 Episodes.  101 hours and 5 minutes of content. 68 guests.  Dozens of book recommendations.  Tens-of-thousands of listens.  Thank you notes.  Coffees.  Lunches.  Connections.... and uncounted and uncountable stories of growth, change, faith, vulnerability, curiosity, and mountains-moved ... most of which are yet-untold.  We didn't do any of it; you did it.  You listened.  You responded.  You were curious.  You reached out.  You showed up and encouraged us.  The credit for the overwhelming success of this podcast  goes to you, the listeners.To celebrate the milestone of reaching 100 episodes, the one-and-only Matt Fisher hops back on the mic with Kevin and Stewart as they reflect on the last 100 episodes, great guests and moments along the way, lessons learned, laughs had, and how a few microphones coupled with the generosity of the our listeners has created opportunity, connections, a movement, and a mission among an ever-growing tribe of mountain movers.Here's to the next 100 episodes, the next 100 stories, and the next set of untold stories that are changing people's lives.Thanks for joining us on this journey!

The Well - Health and Wholeness- Empowered Wellness, Mindset, Faith and Freedom- Holistic Self Care for overwhelmed anxious m
Back to School Series: 5 easy nutrition tips to pack healthy kids' lunches & 5 foods/ingredients to skip! with Maria Hickman, Swap It Healthy

The Well - Health and Wholeness- Empowered Wellness, Mindset, Faith and Freedom- Holistic Self Care for overwhelmed anxious m

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 34:07


Do you dread back to school because of making lunches? Picky kids but you want them to fuel their bodies and have good nutrition? Not sure what to put in their lunchboxes? Want healthy options that the kids will actually eat!? Maria Hickman from Swapithealthy.com is back with 5 things to make sure your kids have in their school lunches.  It is more simple than you think! She shares: *Protein ideas *Healthy carbs *Fruit tips *Veggie tips And SKIP THESE THINGS: *food dyes- listen to find out why! If your child has ADD or ADHD you REALLY want to skip food coloring! *Seed oils *Refined sugar *Pesticides and Herbicides *MSG- it is in more than Chinese food! Text "lunch" to 4402963501 to get the Lunchbox Workshop from Maria! Want to jump on the phone and talk about your kids' back to school wellness plan? www.calendly.com/karidaviscoaching  Book a call with Kari here;) Follow Kari on Insta FREE morning routine guide thewellteam.com/morningroutine Essential oils- thewellteam.com/essentialoils Email hello@thewellteam.com Want to talk? Kari's coaching will help you combat overwhelm and exhaustion to design a life you love through faith, self care, holistic health and habits you love!    

The Daily Sun-Up
Colorful food trucks give free lunches to kids in Grand Junction; Walkout against Denver Tramway Company

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 12:27


Food trucks splashed with colorful cartoons are roaming throughout Grand Junction this summer, handing out hundreds of lunches a day to kids hungry after playing out under the sun. The food trucks have become a critical part of overcoming food insecurity in Mesa County, where at some schools about 90% of students qualify for free lunches. Freelance writer Nancy Lofholm talks to Erica Breunlin about ongoing efforts to keep kids fed and what federal cutbacks on universal free school lunches will mean for the future of the food trucks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Passport Mommy with Michelle Jerson
Kimba William's Kushae; Glamping for Families; Keeping Family Safe with Selective Insurance; Vegan Lunches for Kids

Passport Mommy with Michelle Jerson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 36:58


Kimba Williams is the CEO/Co-Founder of Kushae. A black-owned, women-led feminine wellness brand, she talks about being a Mom and Entrepreneur; why it was important to her to create non-toxic wellness products for women; also her passion and drive to dismantle the stigmas and barriers women face in speaking about their feminine health and wellness.Shelly Gallagher is the Vice President, Personal Lines, Selective Insurance and joins Michelle to talk about how to keep your family home safe while away. The U.S. Travel Association expects Americans to spend $95 billion on travel this year and new research from Selective Insurance, conducted online by The Harris Poll among over 1,400 U.S. homeowners, indicates that 44% of U.S. homeowners plan to take a vacation that is a week or longer between July-Dec 2022. While homeowners might focus their efforts on planning their most memorable summer vacations, it is equally as important to plan how to best keep their homes and properties safe and secure while away.Faith Robinson is the Senior Strategist at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and talks about how we can prepare our children's lunch in a healthy and mindful way.Young people care about animals; more and more kids are deciding to go vegan by ditching meat, eggs and dairy. Luckily, thanks to new cookbooks, websites and social media accounts that focus on raising vegan kids, it's easier than ever to pack lunchboxes with tasty vegan takes on traditional favorites.

Lake Effect: Full Show
Thursday on Lake Effect: understanding Sikhism, improving MPS lunches, automated hiring systems, Leo zodiac

Lake Effect: Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 51:09


We learn about efforts to better educate people about Sikhism as we approach the ten year anniversary of the Sikh Temple shooting in Oak Creek. Then, look at a local movement to improve the quality of lunches at Milwaukee Public Schools. We examine some of the pitfalls of automated hiring systems. Plus, learn about the Leo zodiac.

The Anchor Point Podcast
Fire Lunches SUCK! - Fire Nutrition w/ Michelle Yurick

The Anchor Point Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 111:18


Dialing in your nutrition can be extremely challenging for a tactical athlete, especially for a wildland firefighter during the fire season - The lunches absolutely suck, MRE's are probably nutritionally devoid, and you oftentimes find yourself eating a bunch of gas station food like a raccoon eating out of a dumpster... That's why we have Michelle Yurick on the show today to talk about nutrition, needed improvements, and some simple life hacks to get more quality in your diet while on the road.Michelle Yurick is a Dietician, NDTR, and former Zig Zag Hotshot. She currently lives in Ohio and is working for an arborist outfit to keep her saw skills sharp, and keep that outdoor career alive...Here is a little more about Michelle:"I'm an adventurer, part-time nomad, former wildland firefighter, registered dietetic technician, current tree-climber-in-training, coffee addict, and occasionally I write things.I have a B.S. degree - My formal education is in the nutrition field, which has come in handy multiple times, including being a sort of health "guru" throughout several seasons in wildland fire.I live an unconventional life. I drive a blue VW van with boards, boats, and bikes stacked on top. I've been all over the U.S., calling many different states "home" for short periods of time. I've been north of our borders as well as south, and I've even been across the pond to Africa. The people, along with the different cultures and experiences have helped shape me into the person I am today.I'm passionate about health and nutrition, holistic wellness, fitness and human performance, protecting and accessing public lands, anything dealing with wildland fire...and finding the best local coffee shops wherever I happen to be..."You can find Michelle at the following:@wondering.nutritionist on InstagramHave a nutrition-related question? Get in touch! myurick6@gmail.comBe sure to hit her up and ask all about the life hacks we talked about on the show today!Stay safe, stay savage...Enjoy!..........................Updates!We launched a Patreon!!! If you guys would like to support us, head over to our Patreon Page!https://www.patreon.com/theanchorpointpodcast..........................Sponsors:The Anchor Point Podcast is supported by the following wonderful folks...Mystery RanchNeed badass packs? Then look no further than Mystery Ranch!https://www.mysteryranch.comHotshot BreweryWanna pick up our Anchor Point Podcast merch or need killer coffee? Hit up Hotshot Brewery!!!https://www.hotshotbrewing.comNot sponsors of The Anchor Point Podcast, but great organizations:The Wildland Firefighter FoundationAnd, as always, please consider supporting this great nonprofit organization - The Wildland Firefighter Foundation!https://wffoundation.orgThe Smokey GenerationWanna get some history and knowledge on Wildland Fire? Hit up The Smokey Generation!http://wildfire-experience.org

Plant Based Briefing
322: ‘Universal Meals' & ‘5 Ways to Encourage Your School to Serve Vegan Lunches'  by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine at PCRM.org.

Plant Based Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 9:22


Universal Meals makes it easy to offer delicious recipes that work for almost every type of diet. And 5 ways to encourage your school to serve vegan lunches: Share these resources, recipes, and videos with your local schools to encourage them to serve students healthy vegan lunches. From the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine at PCRM.org. Original posts:  https://www.pcrm.org/universalmeals   https://www.pcrm.org/news/blog/5-ways-encourage-your-school-serve-vegan-lunches    Resources linked in the above posts: Universal Meals Recipes: https://pcrm.widencollective.com/portals/bl5igl8q/UniversalMeals    Share these five vegan school lunch resources with your local schools: BOOKLET: Vegan Quantity Recipes for Schools BOOKLET: School Food Service in the Age of COVID-19…and Beyond: Why WHAT You Serve Matters Now More Than Ever VIDEO: Introduction to School Lunch: Incorporating Vegan Entrees into Your School Lunch Program VIDEO: Scaling Up Healthy, Climate-Friendly School Food VIDEO: Processed Meat: School Lunch and the Health Risks Learn more about the benefits of plant-based school meals at HealthySchoolLunches.org.     PCRM's Exam Room Podcast: https://www.pcrm.org/podcast  The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is a non-profit organization founded by Dr. Neal Barnard, combining the clout and expertise of more than 12,000 physicians, dietitians, and scientists and almost 200,000 members worldwide. They're changing the way doctors treat chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and cancer - putting prevention over pills,and  empowering patients to take control of their own health. And since 1985, the Physicians Committee has worked tirelessly for alternatives to the use of animals in medical education and research, and for more effective scientific methods. The Physicians Committee is dedicated to saving and improving human and animal lives through plant-based diets and ethical and effective scientific research.   How to support the podcast: Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen. Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop      Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing  Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing  LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #nealbarnard #pcrm #physicianscommittee #universalmeals #glutenfree #allergies #schoollunches     

Okayest Moms: The Podcast
116. Back to School: Easy Bento Box Lunches with JeeYoung

Okayest Moms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 32:57


Packing lunches can be the biggest pain point when it comes to getting the kids out the door for school in the morning. JeeYoung shares easy bento boxes that are attainable, done in 10-15 minutes, and most importantly, kid approved. She also shares her go to items to pack in lunches in case your kid's lunches need some sprucing up.

Grant and Danny
Breaking News: Danny Rouhier confesses to having not 1, but 2 lunches!

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 1:44


Jet talk with Tate
"$1000 Lunches mean NOTHING anymore!" | The worst things about being RICH w/ Andrew Tate (Part 1/2)

Jet talk with Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 10:37


What are you spending your LAST $22 on? Andrew reminisces on the brokey days and the BAD differences between his lifestyle then, and his lifestyle now. Start learning personally from Andrew Tate and his verified professors how to make money online. From Copywriting, Crypto and Stocks trading, to E-commerce, Freelancing and many more. An exclusive and private community. Learn more here: JettalkwithTate.com

RNZ: Checkpoint
School-provided lunches needed more than ever as parents struggle with costs

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 5:28


An Auckland school says 80 percent of its students are now asking for school-funded lunch, as parents struggle with the cost of feeding the family. People in Māngere told Checkpoint they're relying on extended family to get by. Others say their weekly bills have doubled. Meanwhile, an agency helping people in hardship says it's seeing demand for its services that would've been unfathomable 10 years ago. Here's our reporter Nick Truebridge and cameraman Nick Monro.  

The Tammy Podcast
Free Lunches

The Tammy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 4:01


When kids out of school , can go to local library get a free lunch & snack --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/Tammy English /message

Radio Boston
The end of free lunches for kids due to COVID, and 2 friends aim to run a 5K in every Mass. town

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 47:57


Also, if you want to start incorporating running into your life, what you need to know from a doctor and the head of "The Most Informal Running Club."

Justified Pursuit
Episode 81:”What is A Woman?” Review, Biden Uses Transgender Indoctrination to Take Lunches From Children and A Cat Uses All 9 Lives

Justified Pursuit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 75:48


If you haven't watched Matt Walsh's new documentary What is A Woman? you should certainly put it on your short list. Or, if you don't have a Daily Wire membership just let the boys fill you in on Episode 81. The much anticipated film delivers a certain level of comedic gold before devolving into the deep, [...]

Right and Wrong
Episode 15 - Pride Edition!! - Lists, Lunches, and the Failing Queen

Right and Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 37:43


We will talk about the recommended reading material that was recently sent out to Federal Judges meant to “educate, enlighten, and entertain” them in preparation of Pride month. Then we'll focus on the fact that the State of Massachusetts has recommended receivership for Boston Public Schools. Which means that the leadership of BPS is incompetent and can't run the school system on their own. And in our last story we'll discuss how the Biden Administration is planning to prohibit Federal funding for school lunches to the schools that refuse to allow their students to use whichever bathroom they happen to identify as. In our Come On Man segment, we'll introduce you to a pediatrician and professor from Providence, RI that was featured in the recently released documentary “What is a Woman?"

Ben Fordham: Highlights
Ben Fordham slams Art Gallery boss billing taxpayers for long lunches

Ben Fordham: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 4:57


Art Gallery of NSW Director Michael Brand has billed taxpayers thousands of dollars for meals at Sydney's finest restaurants. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1,903 - Firestorm In Pennsylvania Senate Race; McCormick Adopts Mark Elias Strategy; Biden Extorts Schools On Withholding Lunches To Push LGBTQ Agenda

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 54:54 Very Popular


We discuss the races in South Carolina, Arizona, Washington, and more.  Our Guests are: Katie Arrington, Jim Schultz, Joe Kent, Kari Lake, Ben Harnwell, Ben Bergquam Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 6/03/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews 

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1,903 - Firestorm In Pennsylvania Senate Race; McCormick Adopts Mark Elias Strategy; Biden Extorts Schools On Withholding Lunches To Push LGBTQ Agenda

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 54:54


We discuss the races in South Carolina, Arizona, Washington, and more.  Our Guests are: Katie Arrington, Jim Schultz, Joe Kent, Kari Lake, Ben Harnwell, Ben Bergquam Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 6/03/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews 

Start with Small Steps
90 - 90 - Maximize Your Choices and Be Satisfied

Start with Small Steps

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 20:51


90 - Maximize Your Choices and Be Satisfied https://smallstepspod.com/?p=3208 Maximizers and Satisficers – Maximizers want the best purchases and restaurants. They act in a way to produce the best results. The Satisficers look to find “good enough.” It is beneficial to act and get things done or find appropriate items. But often, better options are possible and should be pursued. Traits and Outcomes – Deciding which action level is appropriate is the key. Determine what traits a project, lunch, or purchase needs to have depending on the audience and the expectations. For example, are you working on an essential task for your boss or picking lunch? Overcoming the impact – Each side has its pros and cons. For a Maximizer, they need to make quicker decisions or get things done. Projects need to be completed. Lunches need to get picked. Meanwhile, Satisficers need to find appropriate quality and not get things done for the sake of getting it done. Figure out the right level of detail that is required. Perhaps you can let others make decisions or help you find the right level of determination. Satisficers can spend more research and see what other criteria matter to other people. The Eisenhower Matrix – To help sort your projects, use the Eisenhower Matrix, which was talked about in the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. You decide between important and not important and urgent or not urgent. Important and urgent things need quick action and decisions. Important but not urgent can take time, or perhaps someone else could do it. Not essential, but urgent can be delegated. Not critical and not significant should be maybe it shouldn’t be done at all FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) – Maximizers can feel like they made a wrong choice if they do not pick the best or find out later that there was a better object, restaurant, or meal they missed. They struggle to choose if they feel something better is out there or think they can do better or if there are too many choices. By restricting choices or letting others choose, decisions are made faster. Challenge Figure out if you're a Maximizer or Satisficer for the most part or take note of when you change into a different personality type based on situations, then try to determine how being in this camp has benefited you. For example, maybe you make fantastic decisions as a Maximizer, and you should pat yourself on the back for that. But sometimes it takes too long. Or, if you're a Satisficer, you make quick decisions, and you're on the go, and you get things done quickly. But maybe you picked something that wasn't the right thing because you were trying to be okay. Write down a few things that you could do, like taking more time doing a little more research or making a quicker decision and counteracting the negatives that go along with this personality type. Links https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20210329-do-maximisers-or-satisficers-make-better-decisions https://medium.com/growth-habits-lab/how-to-make-better-decisions-are-you-a-satisficer-or-a-maximizer-5c789693b941 https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/science-choice/201506/satisficing-vs-maximizing https://freakonomics.com/podcast/are-you-a-maximizer-or-a-satisficer-nsq-ep-14/ https://gretchenrubin.com/2006/06/are_you_a_satis/

Nerd of Godcast Daily Devotion
05-20-22 // Buying All The Boxed Lunches (Fruit of the Spirit Fridays #5) // Shaneen

Nerd of Godcast Daily Devotion

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 3:28


Demon Slayer x Kindness x Galatians 6:10 Your daily crossover of faith and fandom! Experience daily Biblical encouragement from nerdy Christian podcasters, bloggers and content creators. Join the Nerd of Godcast community at www.NOGSquad.com

Veggies & Virtue: Easy Meal Ideas for Families, Healthy Snacks for Kids, Picky Eating Help
23. Wondering how to role model trying new foods when you don't eat the same lunch as your littles? Try THIS household tool as your secret to effortless lunches w/ ingredients you already have on hand

Veggies & Virtue: Easy Meal Ideas for Families, Healthy Snacks for Kids, Picky Eating Help

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 8:33


On this Meals Made Easy Monday episode, we are diving right into one of my all-time favorite tools for easy lunches that are super impactful. That is, the muffin tin! It can be so tempting to just eat the scraps off of our kids plate for whatever they didn't eat at lunch. But take a quick minute and think about not only what that does for you and your own mental and physical health, but also what teachable moments may be missed here. You are likely eating excess of their love it foods or more than likely, their learning it foods. What if you had a way to eat from and enjoy these foods alongside them in an effortless way AND you could use up the random ingredients you have on hand in the process? You can, and this episode will walk you through the details of when, how, and why!

Rover's Morning Glory
Dieter's sister-in-law had a baby with a felon, Teachers eating student's free lunches, & more

Rover's Morning Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 177:03


Dieter's sister-in-law had a baby with a felon. Teachers forced to resign after eating kids' free lunches. Group attacks man accused of abusing dog in Hollywood. Woman admits to having 115 fetuses. Judge rules against Navy SEAL training at Washington State Parks. Dieter's Conspiracy Corner - Project White Wash.