THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
The Road to Restoration Part 1 (taken from a message given on May 31, 2015) - OLDER MESSAGES Thank you for listening to our podcast!If you have any questions, subjects you would like to hear discussed, or feedback of any kind, you can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or through the links below, where you can find additional information about our work as well as other materials: https://mansfieldgac.com/ (church website)https://www.facebook.com/MansfieldGAC/ (church Facebook page)
THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
The Road to Restoration Part 2 (taken from a message given on May 31, 2015) - OLDER MESSAGES Thank you for listening to our podcast!If you have any questions, subjects you would like to hear discussed, or feedback of any kind, you can contact us at: email@example.com or through the links below, where you can find additional information about our work as well as other materials: https://mansfieldgac.com/ (church website)https://www.facebook.com/MansfieldGAC/ (church Facebook page)
THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
SPANNING THE GAP AND STANDING IN THE BREACH Part 1 (taken from a message given on July 12, 2015) - OLDER MESSAGE (with lower audio quality)Thank you for listening to our podcast!If you have any questions, subjects you would like to hear discussed, or feedback of any kind, you can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or through the links below, where you can find additional information about our work as well as other materials: https://mansfieldgac.com/ (church website)https://www.facebook.com/MansfieldGAC/ (church Facebook page)
THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
SPANNING THE GAP AND STANDING IN THE BREACH Part 2 (taken from a message given on July 12, 2015) - OLDER MESSAGE (with lower audio quality)Thank you for listening to our podcast!If you have any questions, subjects you would like to hear discussed, or feedback of any kind, you can contact us at: email@example.com or through the links below, where you can find additional information about our work as well as other materials: https://mansfieldgac.com/ (church website)https://www.facebook.com/MansfieldGAC/ (church Facebook page)
THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
FIVE THINGS THAT MUST BE RESTORED FOR THE CHURCH TO BE RESTORED Part 1 (taken from a message given on February 21, 2016) - OLDER MESSAGEThank you for listening to our podcast!If you have any questions, subjects you would like to hear discussed, or feedback of any kind, you can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or through the links below, where you can find additional information about our work as well as other materials: https://mansfieldgac.com/ (church website)https://www.facebook.com/MansfieldGAC/ (church Facebook page)
THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
FIVE THINGS THAT MUST BE RESTORED FOR THE CHURCH TO BE RESTORED Part 2 (taken from a message given on February 21, 2016) - OLDER MESSAGEThank you for listening to our podcast!If you have any questions, subjects you would like to hear discussed, or feedback of any kind, you can contact us at: email@example.com or through the links below, where you can find additional information about our work as well as other materials: https://mansfieldgac.com/ (church website)https://www.facebook.com/MansfieldGAC/ (church Facebook page)
THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
ELEMENTS OF TRUTH AND ORDER THAT ARE ESSENTIAL TO RESTORATION Part 1 (taken from a message given on February 28, 2016) - OLDER MESSAGEThank you for listening to our podcast!If you have any questions, subjects you would like to hear discussed, or feedback of any kind, you can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or through the links below, where you can find additional information about our work as well as other materials: https://mansfieldgac.com/ (church website)https://www.facebook.com/MansfieldGAC/ (church Facebook page)
Feeling older than you should? Susan is a raw food chef and seasoned educator who is passionate about educating people about nutrition. In this masterclass you'll learn: Why real nutrition is superior to fad diets. How nutrition affects aging and why it's important to care for your body at all stages of life. Top foods to include & avoid for radiant skin & graceful aging. Susan's favorite recipes that are healthy & budget friendly. Daily non-food practices for healthy aging. And much, much more!
Cassie's daughter likes to pretend she's a CAT! Her hubby thinks it's time to put an end to that play before she gets too old! What do you think?!
You've probably heard the quote, "Show me your 5 closest friends and I'll show you your future." I'm not sure who originally said that, but there's some truth in it. It takes an awfully strong personality and character to resist the flow, especially when the flow is carrying those closest to you, and as our children get older, it becomes harder and harder for us to control their friendships. I can tell you what kind of friends I hope my children will choose, but frankly, gone are the days when I can set up a playdate filled with children from good homes whose families will be a good influence on mine. On today's show, we're going over four ways we can continue to encourage solid community for our older kids. Today's show is brought to you by our newest Prayer Guide, Praying God's Word for Your Adult Children, by Gina L. Smith. This resource is designed to help you know exactly what to pray for your children, empowering and equipping you in a season where most parents feel a sense of loss, and lack of purpose. If you want to find more joy, direction, and peace in this sometimes difficult season, this resource is for you. Click here to learn more. LINKS: Show Notes This month's prayer guide: Praying God's Word for Your Adult Children About Million Praying Moms
Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. Connect with the hosts Michael: @email@example.com Brian: @firstname.lastname@example.org Show: @email@example.com Join us on YouTube at pythonbytes.fm/live to be part of the audience. Usually Tuesdays at 11am PT. Older video versions available there too. Brian #1: zipapp Part of standard library since 3.5 Yet another thing I learned recently from Brett Cannon “This module provides tools to manage the creation of zip files containing Python code, which can be executed directly by the Python interpreter. The module provides both a Command-Line Interface and a Python API.” Including: Creating Standalone Applications with zipapp Michael #2: Reverse engineering the Apple News app with #python and #nerd power As we navigate the digital world, we often come across articles we don't have time to read but still want to save for later. One way to accomplish this is by using the Read Later feature in Apple News. But what if you want to access those articles outside the Apple News app, such as on a different device or with someone who doesn't use Apple News? Or what if you want to automatically post links to those articles on your blog? That's where the nerd powers come in. The linked article shows how to use Python to solve your own problem Leading to Rhet Turnbull's CLI: apple-news-to-sqlite Brian #3: What is a context manager? Trey Hunner Also look at all the cool goodies in contextlib from standard library @contextmanager closing suppress redirect_stdout, redirect_stderr chdir Michael #4: nox-poetry: Use Poetry inside Nox sessions via 2 people: John Hagen and Marc Prewitt This package provides a drop-in replacement for the nox.session decorator, and for the nox.Session object passed to user-defined session functions. Comes from Claudio Jolowicz's hypermodern python cookiecutter Covered this on Talk Python: talkpython.fm/episodes/show/362/hypermodern-python-projects This session performs the following steps: Build a wheel from the local package. Install the wheel as well as the pytest package. Invoke pytest to run the test suite against the installation. Consider what would happen in this session if we had imported @session from nox instead of nox_poetry: Package dependencies would only be constrained by the wheel metadata, not by the lock file. In other words, their versions would not be pinned. The pytest dependency would not be constrained at all. Poetry would be installed as a build backend every time. Extras Brian: Sharing is Caring: Sharing pytest fixtures talk availabe at about 2:40:58 on Day 2 video of PyCascades 2023. Also full Day 1 and Day 2 Michael: Wired connection to remote mesh router == wow! Using the Linksys Atlas Max 6E Joke: UnsafeWarnings
Fertility Wellness with The Wholesome Fertility Podcast
Sharon Fisher is a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner with additional certification in perinatal mental health through Postpartum Support International. She founded Nurtured Well, a boutique women's mental health practice in Maryland. After a long fertility journey, Sharon felt driven to help other women struggling to conceive. She is also the co-author of Beyond The Egg Timer: A Companion Guide For Having Babies in Your Mid-Thirties and Older. When not working or writing, she can be found in her garden or out enjoying the Chesapeake Bay with her husband and children. www.nurtured-well.com Instagram @Beyond_The_Egg_Timer FB: https://m.facebook.com/people/Nurtured-Well-LLC/100040111582043/ https://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Egg-Timer-Companion-Mid-Thirties/dp/0999195875 For more information about Michelle, visit www.michelleoravitz.com The Wholesome Fertility facebook group is where you can find free resources and support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2149554308396504/ Instagram: @thewholesomelotusfertility Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewholesomelotus/
This is the most REMARKABLE study on HAPPINESS IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD! AN 85-YEAR DETAILED STUDY!This week's show is easily one of the most fascinating of my lifetime!I doubt anyone has studied the subject of HAPPINESS AND WELL-BEING more than this week's guest, DR. ROBERT WALDINGER. He is a Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the founder and Executive Director of the Lifespan Research Foundation.But perhaps his most important work is as the current director of the HARVARD STUDY OF ADULT DEVELOPMENT. This groundbreaking project started in 1938 and is the longest-running study of the same people over time ever conducted.What Dr. Waldinger shares with you this week about the study and the nature of relationships will blow you away.We start with answers to fundamental questions we've all wanted to know for a long time.
BloodBath w/ Annie, & Esther, & Khalyla
Thank you to our Sponsor: BetterHelp - Visit our sponsor http://betterhelp.com/trashtuesday today to get 10% off your first month Subscribe! https://bit.ly/HitOurButtonsOfficial Clips Channel: https://bit.ly/2QDAi8XTrash Tuesday Podcast iTunes Audio Feed: https://bit.ly/TrashTuesdayPodTrash Tuesday Podcast Spotify Audio Feed: https://bit.ly/TTPodAudioTrash Tuesday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itstrashtuesday 0:00 Healthy Hot Girl Foods & Our Diet Fails13:49 Self Medication 17:20 Someone Stole Khalyla's Fish20:30 Esther's Beverly Hills Mansion Garden Tour27:35 How Bobby Lee Marks Khalyla & Esther's Reaction to a Girl Flirting 31:59 False Speculations That Planted a Seed35:15 Esther and Annie's Past Improv Classes 39:49 Understanding Our Triggers and Overreactions 43:04 Is It a Turn-on to Hear Other People Doing It & When a Guy is Close49:54 Where Our Birthday's Fall on the Calendar54:56 Being Younger or Older in Your Grade Listen to our other Podcasts: TigerBelly - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tigerbelly/id1041201977 My Pleasure - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/my-pleasure/id1494518220 AnnieWood - https://www.youtube.com/annielederman Follow Us: Khalyla Kuhn - https://www.instagram.com/khalamityk Annie Lederman - https://www.instagram.com/annielederman Esther Povitsky - https://www.instagram.com/esthermonster Produced by: 7EQUIS Podcast Producers: Pete Forthun & Carlos Herrera
Today on Daily News You Can Use, Ray and Zach discuss the latest news from automakers who are getting desperate to sell older vehicles. What does this mean for you? Tune in to learn more.
Back from a little vacation - Older guys love Bob Walk - Big weekend for Taylor Swift the Eras Tour kicked off obviously everyone is excited... However Mike wants to Power Rank the 40+ songs on her set list - Pitt Basketball... Pens.... New Steelers - Nasty Nate and the Big Meaty Boys - Have anything fun for the show or want to say hi.. Listen on the iHeartRadio App... Hit the little mic and leave us a talkback message
A recently published study has determined that it's incredibly difficult for people to learn about new music as they get older, a grim diagnosis for music lovers. In this episode, we break down the results of the study and what you can do to ensure you remain as passionate about music in your later years as you were when you were younger. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Air Week: March 20-26, 2023 The Lutchers: Nellie & Joe The “Juke In The Back” is proud to feature The Lutchers, a brother and sister who's separate works helped define early Rhythm & Blues. Older sister, Nellie Lutcher, the piano playing vocalist, scored more hits and made much more of a national impact than her […]
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Brennan Degner is a real estate investor, operator, and CEO of DB Capital Management, LLC, a vertically integrated organization focused on value-add multifamily investments. In this episode, Brennan discusses why his ideal deal size is $30 - 35 million, key things to consider when purchasing older properties, and how he plans the management needs of properties with triple-digit units. Brennan Degner | Real Estate Background Real estate investor, operator, and CEO of DB Capital Management, LLC, a vertically integrated organization focused on value-add multifamily investments. Portfolio: 3,000 units Based in: Los Angeles, CA/Denver, CO Say hi to him at: dbcap.com LinkedIn Best Ever Book: Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell Greatest Lesson: Set clear expectations for who does what when starting any new partnership. Click here to learn more about our sponsors: MFIN CON
“Older individuals in general are better at prioritizing time,” says Ashley Whillans; “But one thing I've also seen in some of my data is that older adults struggle a little bit to change their habits around work and meaningful pursuits outside of work.” An assistant professor at Harvard, a rising star in behavioral science, and author of the book "Time Start, Time Smart: How to Reclaim Your Time and Live a Happier Life", Whillans is a wealth of information. But even for Whillens, there was a period when time stress was impacting her life. In this conversation with CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour she shares her fabulous tips that will help you break down your time into three areas so you can manage time and not let time manage you. FREE GIFT! Let CoveyClub support your 2023 goals with our 2023 Intention-Setting Workbook! Connect with Ashley Whillans: Website LinkedIn Instagram Connect with Lesley Jane Seymour & CoveyClub: Website Instagram LinkedIn Join CoveyClub
Fellowship Church, Dallas, PA Podcast
3/15 Hour 3 3:00 Who should backup Howell? 14:30 Jim Larranaga 30:30 Who's older game
This week I am hanging out with Ryan Shuvera of the band Older Siblings, based in London, ON Ryan is the lead singer and birthright/namesake of his band Older Siblings which he is a part of along with his younger sibling Kait We talk about Public Parks, travelling to meet your pals, and why simple gestures are the most meaningful. You can follow Older Siblings here: https://www.instagram.com/oldersibsband/ https://oldersiblingsband.bandcamp.com/album/unfinished-basement https://open.spotify.com/artist/5whCLbyg2IQBvKs3cECMlS?si=lwH-DYunT2e4mu3BFg4mQA&nd=1 https://www.facebook.com/oldersiblingsband/ Subscribe to automatically get Ryan's episode and more episodes of Social Animals. Subscribe on all the channels at https://socialanimals.ca/ Tell your friends, comment below and enjoy the stories! Thanks for listening!
Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
There is a definite difference in dating guys who are younger than you vs. older. I dated guys almost 10 years older than me and some who were 5-6 years younger. Within those relationships I learned a lot about myself and what I refuse to put up with in the future. We will be discussing why my last relationship ended, cheating, abuse, insecurities, why the podcast almost ended & why I do not give a fuck about the Oscars. Enjoy.xoxo c.Follow me on IG/TikTok: @manicandmedicated_
Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning journalist, and the Executive Director of the Flow Research Collective. He is one of the world's leading experts on human performance and is the author of 11 bestselling books (out of 14!!!). His work has been nominated for two Pulitzer Prizes. Steven's newest book, Gnar Country: Growing Old, Staying Rad, is available now. Find out more about Steven at stevenkotler.com and gnarcountry.com. Support the Show - Become a Patron! Help us grow and become a Patron today: https://www.patreon.com/smartpeoplepodcast Sponsors: Huel – Get a free t-shirt and shaker with your first order by going to huel.com/smart. Notion - For a limited time, try Notion AI for free when you go to notion.com/smart. Wonolo – Head over to wonolo.com/smart and learn how Wonolo makes finding hard workers easy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Older adults (age 65 and over) experience unique challenges when it comes to mental health. Dr. Christine Gould explains how technology can make it easier. Discover how apps like PTSD Coach and Mindfulness Coach can help, and where to find resources for older adults who would like support for learning this technology.Closed Caption Transcript is available at: https://www.sharedfedtraining.org/Podcasts/PTSDBytes_EP24.pdf ===============================
As donors get older, it's essential for nonprofits to find new, younger donors to keep their organizations running. In this episode of The Small Nonprofit, I talk to Emily Taylor, the founder of Teeny Big, where she helps nonprofit leaders create clear, defined paths to build engagement with people so they can achieve their goals faster. Emily talks about the challenge of engaging younger donors and her insights on how to understand and connect with them. Key Highlights:How can nonprofits better engage with younger donors?How strategic listening can help connect your organization with new audiences or deepen connections with existing ones.How can we recognize and overcome unconscious biases to make better strategic decisions?Connect with Emily:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-taylor-teenybig/Free worksheet on biases: https://mailchi.mp/teenybig/beyondbiasOur friends and sponsors at Keela asked me to put together a guide of fundraising tips I wished every small nonprofit knew. Go ahead and download the guide here: https://www.keela.co/consultant/the-good-partnership (and don't forget that Keela offers our listeners 40% off their first year's subscription).
Dr. James Dobbins Catholic Apologetics
Welcome to Catholic Apologetics, led by Dr. Jim Dobbins, Author of Take My Hand: A personal retreat companion. Just finished an RCIA program? This is the next stop on your faith journey. In these classes, we look at the different truths of Catholic doctrine and why we know they are true. We also discuss apologetics, spiritual growth, examine the liturgy of the Catholic Mass, and do scripture studies. Please encourage your friends to listen. I also encourage you to leave a comment about our podcasts. If you want the slides or any other documents for any class, just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will reply with the documents attached. If you wish, I will also add you to the class materials distribution list so each time I send anything out for the class you will get it. If you are getting the podcast files from iTunes and would like to see the full set of available classes for download, you can see and download them all at http://yorked.podomatic.com. Older podcasts are now stored at a free podcast site at Podcast.com. The link to the podcasts there is:http://poddirectory.com/podcast/86506/dr-james-dobbins-catholic-apologeticsWe ask you to also consider going to http://yorked.podomatic.com and becoming a subscriber. It is free, helps our ratings, and thus helps us reach and help more people.This session is part of our discussion of the book Interior Castle, by St. Teresa of Avila. Please also let me know if there is a particular topic you would like to see addressed.skvEapm1rLLW8foJsII1
7.03 bats around some WBC form questions(0:39), presents the next book club entry: Fall of Numenor (3:05), wanders through some TGFBI drafting summary stats (8:00), and reviews Paul Goldschmidt(21:57).
Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Compiler Podcast from Red Hat. Connect with the hosts Michael: @email@example.com Brian: @firstname.lastname@example.org Show: @email@example.com Join us on YouTube at pythonbytes.fm/live to be part of the audience. Usually Tuesdays at 11am PT. Older video versions available there too. Michael #1: pydantic-xml extension via Ilan Recall untangle. How about some pydantic in the mix? pydantic-xml is a pydantic extension providing model fields xml binding and xml serialization / deserialization. It is closely integrated with pydantic which means it supports most of its features. Brian #2: How virtual environments work Brett Cannon This should be required reading for anyone learning Python. Maybe right after “Hello World” and right before “My first pytest test”, approximately. Some history of environments Back in the day, there was global and your directory. How environments work structure: bin, include, and lib pyvenv.cfg configuration file How Python uses virtual environments What activation does, and that it's optional. Yes, activation is optional. A new project called microvenv that helps VS Code. Mostly to fix the “Debian doesn't ship python3 with venv” problem. It doesn't include script activation stuff It's super small, less than 100 lines of code, in one file. Michael #3: DbDeclare Declarative layer for your database. https://raaidarshad.github.io/dbdeclare/guide/controller/#example Sent in by creator raaid DbDeclare is a Python package that helps you create and manage entities in your database cluster, like databases, roles, access control, and (eventually) more. It aims to fill the gap between SQLAlchemy (SQLA) and infrastructure as code (IaC). You can: Declare desired state in Python Avoid maintaining raw SQL Tightly integrate your databases, roles, access control, and more with your tables Migrations like alembic coming too. Brian #4: Testing multiple Python versions with nox and pyenv Seth Michael Larson This is a cool “what to do first” with nox. Specifically, how to use it to run pytest against your project on multiple versions of Python. Example noxfile.py is super small import nox @nox.session(python=["3.8", "3.9", "3.10", "3.11", "3.12", "pypy3"]) def test(session): session.install(".") session.install("-rdev-requirements.txt") session.run("pytest", "tests/") How to run everything, nox or nox -s test. How to run single sessions, nox -s test-311 for just Python 3.11 Also how to get this to work with pyenv. pyenv global 3.8 3.9 3.10 3.11 3.12-dev This reminds me that I keep meaning to write a workflow comparison post about nox and tox. Extras Michael: GitHub makes 2FA mandatory next week for active developers New adventure bike [image 1, image 2]. Who's got good ideas for where to ride in the PNW? Wondering why I got it, here's a fun video. Joke: Case of the Mondays
In this episode, Theological Professor/Bible Teacher David Klingler talks us through Chapter 2 of the book of Titus. Paul encourages Titus to speak the things that are fitting for sound doctrine. He then gives instructions to older men, older women, young men, and younger women. He then encourages Him to speak these things with all authority and let no one disregard you.Stay engaged with new and up-to-date content, including devotionals, articles, podcasts, etc. Download the Teach Me the Bible App from any app store or Apple TV/Roku device.
The Break Room (MONDAY 3/13/23) 8am Hour Includes: 1) There's nothing like a few torn up barstools and some old grumpy regulars to keep a neighborhood bar in business. 2) This sport was once BOOMING in Rochester and then it's popularity quickly faded and it lost all support. What would it take to get it back to where it was? 3) How many times do you have to use this item to justify what you spent on it?
Scott talks his times at Casinos, hiw he is drinking, his birthday and so much more.
On this week's episode, host Charlie brings on the long lost older Manning sibling! Older brother to Peyton & Eli, Jim Manning answers a few questions from the host while drinking Yuengling & Guinness. Then the two men start discussing a variety of topics including, Top 5 Boston Bruins, the Super Bowl, & March Madness! Join the Drop the Gloves Podcast Bracket group for March Madness: Men's Tournament Challenge - ESPN - Group Follow the show on Instagram @droptheglovespodcast Subscribe for FREE on Spotify, YouTube, & Rumble The intro music was made royalty-free from pixabay.com: https://pixabay.com/users/lemonmusicstudio-14942887/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/droptheglovessports/support
The Creative Classroom with John Spencer
With the emergence of generative AI, we now have newer concerns around deep fakes and misinformation. Older, more traditional approaches simply won’t work given the new media landscape. In this podcast episode, I interview an educational technology expert and professor Alec Couros. He offers some... The post Dr. Alec Couros on Redefining Information Literacy In An Era of AI appeared first on John Spencer.
Boomer Living Tv - Podcast For Baby Boomers, Their Families & Professionals In Senior Living
In this episode 3, of our 3-part series, we'll be talking about Metaverse - a new kind of digital platform that's perfect for older adults!We'll discuss 10 things you need to know about Metaverse before you decide whether it's the right platform for you. We'll also give you an overview of the features and capabilities of Metaverse, so you can decide if it's the right tool for your needs.Metaverse is a new platform perfect for older adults who want to stay connected and engaged with the world. If you're an older adult who wants to stay connected and stay active in the world, then Metaverse is the platform for you!In recent years, older adults have increasingly been turning to the internet and social media to stay connected with friends and family. This trend is also evident in older adults using "metaverse" platforms, so it's important to understand how they use and interact with the online world.A metaverse is a virtual world that people can explore and interact with using avatars, or digital representations of themselves. Older adults are increasingly using metaverses for socializing, entertainment, and even business.Living in a metaverse has many potential benefits, including the ability to socialize, stay active and engaged, and access new experiences.However, there are also some risks and challenges that older adults need to be aware of. These include the potential for isolation, addiction, and scams.Older adults will also need to take some precautions when using the metaverse, such as being mindful of their physical activity level and staying within their comfort levels.With proper training and support, however, older adults can play a vital role in shaping the future of this exciting new world.Topics I will discuss in this episode include: ✅ What do older adults think about living in a metaverse?✅ What are the pros and cons of living in a metaverse for older adults?✅ How will older adults' social lives be affected by the introduction of a metaverse?✅ What impact will a metaverse have on older adults' mental health?✅ How will older adults' cognitive abilities be impacted by the metaverse?✅ How will older adults' physical health be affected by living in a metaverse?✅ What precautions will older adults need to take when using a metaverse?✅ What kind of training will older adults need to use the metaverse effectively?✅ What advice would experts give to older adults who are considering living in a metaverse?✅ What role will older adults play in shaping the future of the metaverse?For older adults, the allure of Metaverse may be its promise to create social interactions that feel more natural and authentic than those afforded by other digital platforms.In a world where genuine human connection is increasingly hard to come by, VR-based social networks like Metaverse offer a compelling solution. What do you think? Will you be trying out Metaverse or another VR-based social platform?Listen to part 1: "Hanh Brown - Technology and Older Adults: 10 Things You Need to Know" Listen to part 2: "Hanh Brown – Can Technology Benefit Our Aging Loved Ones?"
During this show, we're going to highlight some potential tax breaks for those older than 50 as well as ways older people may be able to reduce their taxes in retirement.
Boomer Living Tv - Podcast For Baby Boomers, Their Families & Professionals In Senior Living
In this episode 2, of our 3 part series, we'll explore how new technology can benefit our aging loved ones. From staying connected to living independently, we'll see how technology can help our loved ones stay independent and engaged in their lives.Technology is changing rapidly, and it's important that we're aware of the benefits and how it can help our loved ones. In this podcast episode, we'll explore how new technology can benefit seniors and help them stay connected and engaged in their lives. We hope you enjoy learning about this important topic!As we live longer and healthier lives, aging no longer means what it used to. Older adults are active, engaged members of society who use technology to stay connected with family and friends, manage their finances, stay healthy, and pursue their hobbies and interests.Technology has revolutionized health care, making it possible to monitor our health in ways that were unimaginable just a few years ago. Fitness trackers, digital pillboxes, and mobile apps allow us to track our physical activity, sleep patterns, medications, and diet. This data can be used to identify trends and make lifestyle changes that can improve our health and well-being.For older adults living with chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, or COPD, technology can be a vital tool for managing their health. Digital health tools can help them track their symptoms and medication use, schedule doctor's appointments and medication refills and connect with their care team.However, it can also present challenges, such as those related to privacy and security. Ultimately, the decision of when and how to use technology in the care of older adults should be made by the older adults themselves, in consultation with their families and caregivers.Technology has the potential to greatly improve the lives of older adults. It is important that we continue to explore ways to incorporate it into our caregiving practices in a way that is respectful of the needs and preferences of our patients.Topics I will discuss in this episode include: ✅ What types of technologies are used in health management for older adults? ✅ What are the benefits of using technology to manage the health of older adults? ✅ What challenges do older adults face in using digital health tools? ✅ How do technologies help seniors manage chronic conditions? ✅ What are the best practices for incorporating technology into senior care? ✅ Who decides when and how to use technology in senior care? ✅ How do families and caregivers feel about using technology in the care of their loved ones? ✅ How do seniors feel about health tech? ✅ How can we ensure that technology is used safely and effectively in the care of older adults? ✅ What are some of the risks of using technology later in life? ✅ What challenges does aging pose for the development of digital health solutions? ✅ How can the tech industry & the aging community collaborate to innovate accessible technology? ✅ How will advances in technology impact the way we monitor & manage health in older adults?Listen to part 1: "Hanh Brown - Technology and Older Adults: 10 Things You Need to Know"Listen to part 1 on Apple Podcasts
Are you driving listeners back to your older podcast episodes? If not, you could be missing out on a huge opportunity to provide more value to your listeners and keep your content relevant way beyond its release date. In this episode, I'm sharing three easy strategies you can implement today to get more ears on your older content. Resources mentioned Podlink Related episodes Episode 83 Show notes optimisation Episode 42 Using Pinterest To Skyrocket Your Podcast Visibility w/ Presh Rodgers Episode 39 Five Steps To Creating Content That Feels Good w/ Jen Liddy Are we connected on socials yet? If not, let's change that: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/toobusytopodcast/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rosemarie-callender/
I decided to talk about getting good at anything as long as you have the belief and the desire. Because if you have both, it will bring you the discipline and commitment to stick with your goal. I'm always a bit surprised( but have gotten accustomed to it) when people are surprised at my age. And being away with my daughters last week, I thought maybe I should take this 'freak show' on the road lol! My daughters laughed. But, honestly, it's for a few reasons, mostly because of the way I live my life. When spending time and energy (effort) into the things I want to get good at or improve on, it is with an incredible desire and belief that i CAN reach that goal. Looking forward to sharing this episode with you!
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Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. Connect with the hosts Michael: @firstname.lastname@example.org Brian: @email@example.com Show: @firstname.lastname@example.org Join us on YouTube at pythonbytes.fm/live to be part of the audience. Usually Tuesdays at 11am PT. Older video versions available there too. Brian #1: Data Classification : Does Python still have a need for class without @dataclass? Glyph dataclasses have been in the the language since 3.7 That's pretty much all modern Python, right? “…, is there any point to having non-@dataclass classes any more? Is there any remaining justification for writing them in new code?” Options: class just becomes a dataclass if you have typehinted members in it. data instead of class, to avoid decorators Michael #2: PyGWalker Turn your pandas dataframe into a Tableau-style User Interface for visual analysis. Works with pandas and polars Open-source alternative to Tableau It allows data scientists to analyze data and visualize patterns with simple drag-and-drop operations. Brian #3: An opinionated Python boilerplate Duarte O.Carmo Tools and processes for new projects pip-tools - Pip-tools strikes the right balance between simplicity, effectiveness, and speed. especially for generating pinned requirements.txt files, if necessary pyproject.toml - for configuration. packaging, but also any tool that supports it. ruff black, isort no pre-commit hooks, just run it in CI Michael #4: Front Matter VS Code via Mark Little If you have content that supports frontmatter and is markdown-based, check this out. Stay in your editor and easily create, manage, and publish content. Don't make front matter mistakes When was it published? What is the timezone text formatting again? Learn new features of your existing static site (e.g. article image) Manage images and more. Extras Brian: VSCode improves IntelliSense support for pytest in Feb release Michael: AI search wars get weird Proton Drive is Out of Beta, Available for Everyone Joke: Is your computer on? Is it on fire?
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On this episode of the Outdoor Biz Podcast, I sit down with Actual Outdoors Founder, Pro Photographer, and Podcaster John Holdmeier. John is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast and a fantastic photographer. He loves getting outside, more often than not on a river and you can hear him on the Nature Untold Podcast. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Sign up for my Newsletter HERE. I'd love to hear your feedback about the show! You can contact me here: email: email@example.com or leave me a message on Speakpipe! Brought to you by: Wolfgang Man and Beast Show Notes So let's start off with how you fell in love with the outdoors. How'd that come about? Yeah. So, it was really early on for me. I, consider myself super lucky in that my family was into the outdoors. And so my dad and my mom, to enough of an extent that she would come do stuff with us but it wasn't her first choice always. Older sister, and then I have a younger brother as well, but all of us were getting outside since my first memory. That looked like the normal travel vacation, hiking kind of stuff, early on, but also a lot of float trips going down to Southern Missouri. What inspired you to commit to an outdoor lifestyle, or did you learn that through becoming a river guide? It was definitely those experiences as a kid. My dad was into fly fishing pretty early on, and so I was fly fishing when I was really little as well. And that was the thing. I was so lucky to have all that, all the gear, and all the access to be able to do that. But yeah, it was those early experiences and really what made me feel like there was nothing else in life where I like couldn't wait to go do it. You weren't burning to be an engineer or an architect? Not even in the slightest at all. And it was different back then because this is probably nine late nineties that we're talking about here. I was lucky because my older sister worked at a gear shop and, she got to go to OR. I think it was in Salt Lake when she was going and she would always come back with these stories of what Outdoor Retailer was like and all the free gear that she would bring back and stuff. And that kind of gave me a little bit of a sense of oh, there, okay, so there's a bigger industry here. So did you work in the same shop? I did a little bit. So I was still closer to St. Louis and our local shop there is The Alpine Shop. That's where I started out. The crazy thing about my hometown in our area here in the greater St. Louis area in Missouri is that we have a pretty rich history of Outdoor industry companies being located here, and even manufacturing. Back in the day, Kelty and American Rec were based here. So did you just walk in and apply for a job? Were you must have known somebody. Yeah. it's a small town, right? I knew several people that had worked out there. And I actually just saw that they posted a position for a product development role. I think Facebook was around at the time and I think they posted it on Facebook. And so I reached out and said, Hey, I'd love to talk about this. Cuz at that point, I had 10-plus years of retail knowledge. And that's really the best kind of knowledge you can get from a product standpoint is figuring out how to learn about all that gear. It sounds like you enjoyed your time with HKD Global. Tell our listeners about your role there and about that. I'd say, I've had several of these experiences, in my development through my career journey where they've just been massively transformative. Starting that job at Alps was a really transformative thing to see how all the production and all that happened. And then HKD, my role there, they do OEM manufacturing. So we made, I think at one point, if not still, I'm not sure, it was something like 70 of the camping tents that you can buy in stores came out of our factories. My role there was a product manager and also a brand manager as we started trying to launch some of our own kinds of internal brands. It's a Korean-owned company and the headquarters are in Hong Kong. and the manufacturing was in Bangladesh, and then our office was in the U.S. We were a really small team in the US of, I wanna say probably six of us at the time. and so yeah, they needed somebody who understood the product and could design the product and, so it was, I say product manager, but it was really like product manager slash tent designers slash market marketing slash Yeah, six hats. So then in 2022, you launched Actual Outdoors, a complete shift from product into photography. What was the catalyst for that? Yeah. So you know, I have, like you just mentioned, I had been making products and on the product side of things for a really long time. so there was a little bit of a burnout feeling starting with that. you get to a point where you're looking at everything that you're doing and going, there are so many brands making so many products. Yeah. It's too much similar. Yeah. Yeah, I just, I really wanted to shift gears again because I keep having these moments where I see something new and interesting that I wanna learn more about and photography and I would say marketing in general and video and, the visual side of things like brand identity design and logos and colorways and all that. That was always like, just the most interesting thing to me, even though I had not. Done as much of a deep dive in my career into those things. And so, I started taking photos back in my H K D days because we needed photos for packaging. Oh, So, it was like we'd make these tents for Walmart or Cole or whoever it was, and they're like, Hey, we need a good photo of this And then we started looking around trying to figure out how much it cost to get a really nice photo. And then it's oh wow, okay. John, can you take a picture? And I was like, I wanna learn how to do this, so. Oh, cool. yeah, so I started there and then I would say like the creative process of that photography and video stuff, nothing has captured me like that, has since. And you also host the Nature Untold Podcast originally founded by Emily Holland. How did that come about? Shout out to Emily. She's one of the original outdoor podcasters I believe as well. I wanna say it's probably about a year ago now that I took over hosting. We're a show about sobriety and recovery, of all types of recovery in how those things interact with the outdoor industry and the outdoor space. And so my personal journey, I have over eight years of sobriety, so I went. to a rehab facility back in my Alps days. And, quit drinking. And so it was much needed. And by far the best thing that I've ever done for myself in my life. Yeah. it's made such a huge difference. And, I'm always trying to look for ways to be a part of and stay a part of that sobriety and, Sober curious, recovery community. And, Emily had also recently quit drinking. And she is a podcast person and she wanted to start this podcast about sobriety in the outdoors. And so she started it and I came on as a guest. And then, she did like connect one and connect two, and then she had, just a lot of things get busy in within her life. And, she's also doing her own new career thing after leaving a corporate gig. And so things started getting pretty busy on her end. And, she asked if I would be interested in hosting and I was like, absolutely I would love to do that. And so I've been hosting for about a year now and, So without giving away any state secrets, any projects, or future projects you're working on, you can talk about? Yeah, we've got a few things. We've been going for about a year now with Actual Outdoors and, we've done a few really cool projects this year so far. One that I would love to give a shout-out to is our project with Illumine. They partner with nonprofits and they sell apparel that has custom artwork for the nonprofit and then a pretty sizable percentage of the proceeds goes to whoever their partner is for that month. And so we did some branding, with them, brand identity and my partner Lindsay is the other half of actual outdoors, and she's a graphic designer by trade. And so, that's another big part of what we do. The coolest thing I'm looking forward to this next year, we're just getting into getting some of this stuff out to the public, is, we're working with a good friend of mine, Chev Dixon, who's based up in Yonkers, New York. He's just the past, eight years or so, he's been doing this amazing work in Yonkers where he's getting people from the community out on the water, on the Hudson River right there in New York. You can see the bridges in the city in the background. It's pretty wild. Yeah. And, they're getting tons of people out on the water. And so we've, we've helped with his website. That will go live soon. Sounds like you get outdoors a bunch, which outdoor activities do you participate in? Probably all of them. Yeah, it's a little bit of all of 'em. As I said, was super lucky growing up. We got to do everything, with my dad taking us outside, so I've dabbled in almost, every outdoor activity, but really the two biggest that stuck for me, anything around, like free-flowing water, clear water, rivers, so, whitewater kayaking and then fly fishing are the two biggest ones. Do you have any suggestions or advice for folks wanting to get into the outdoor biz? Yeah, absolutely. I would say, however, you can fit in or get into a spot, do it. Go for it. If it's retail if it's as an assistant if it's as some sort of like social media management, whatever, the role that you can prepare yourself to get into it, go for it. And don't be thinking like, I have to wait and wait and then get this amazing engineer dream job that I want, or whatever it is, as soon as you can get your foot in the door, do it. What's your favorite piece of outdoor gear under a hundred dollars? So I had to think long and hard about this. There are a lot of 'em out there and I use everything so much. I use it all the time and then it goes back with me through my history. The Sawyer Squeeze. Do you read a lot, or have any favorite books? I do read quite a bit and it's hard to narrow down what books have really made a big deal to me, but, going back, I loved reading everything from Ed Abbey. but also, I would say Ego is the Enemy is one of the biggest books, it changed my trajectory. And then, another one that I really loved, I read this past year was Subtract, and its subtitle is, the Untapped Science of Less. And to go along with that one, Essentialism by Greg McKeown. Stolen Focus is another one that I read this year by Johan Harry. And then the last one, I promise. But if you're in marketing at all, Mark Schaffer has several good books. Marketing Rebellion is a really good starting point for him. As we wrap up, is there anything else you'd like to say to our listeners? I'd say the biggest thing for me is I'd really love it if people could go check out what we're doing with Actual Outdoors. That's the biggest thing I'm trying to get to grow this year. And, we've been really learning a ton and growing in small steps and trying to do everything the right way for trying to get more people outside and make the outdoors more approachable and more accepting and more inviting. So, I would say that people can check that out and check out our website and reach out if they have any questions. That would be the big ask I have. And the website is actualoutdoors.com. Actual Outdoors Instagram John Holdmeier Instagram for any, nature untold questions or sobriety questions or anything, I'm always down to talk to people and have conversations around that, there as well.
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In Hour 3 of Thursday's edition of The Odd Couple, Rob Parker and guest host JR Gamble discuss the recent article that came out from the Athletic, where former NBA players were polled on what players they enjoy watching the most. Steph Curry was at the top of the poll, so JR and Rob share their thoughts on what players they enjoy watching the most. Plus, a brand new edition of “Teichert's Tower of Trivia,” and the guys debate if the Angels can find a way to retain Ohtani.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.