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In 2012, Harper Spero learned she had a tumor in her lungs the size of a golf ball. After her subsequent surgery and that transformational experience, Harper began taking radically good care of herself. This included changing her health routines, and also starting her own business so she could be in charge of her work habits. When the pandemic hit, Harper became outspoken about her experience as an immunocompromised person, and the importance of making personal decisions that support the collective. In this heartfelt episode, Harper shares her story and speaks to the resistance many feel about getting vaccines and wearing masks. We may not like having to take these measures, but they're the way we look out for each other.
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Amy shares the story of a parking lot conversation she got into with a man and how it escalated from a simple incident to an all-out verbal throwdown. We have to guess the Country Artist singing a famous Christmas song. Eddie is upset that he is having to do more around the house because his wife got a job. Amy and Raymundo admit to doing something weird with their pets and we cannot believe it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Christmas is a favorite time of year for many Christians across the globe as they cherish the opportunity to celebrate the birth and life of Jesus Christ. Members of the Savior's Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, each have unique and special Christmas traditions that come from their families, countries and cultures. This episode of the Church News podcast explores one family's Christmas traditions and the beautiful way they share them with others. Sister Harriet R. Uchtdorf and Antje Uchtdorf Evans, the wife and daughter of Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, discuss how family traditions from their German homeland help them focus on the Savior during the holiday season. They also talk about how they are sharing some of these European traditions through their service with The Christkindlmarkt at This Is The Place Heritage Park. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Simply put, the answer is yes. You should definitely go to a pantomime!Commonly known as “panto,” pantomime is a kind of comedy show that is a crucial part of British Christmas tradition.Pantos are intentionally silly and over-the-top. All the characters wear outrageous costumes and the actors typically dress in “drag,” meaning that the men dress as women and the women dress as men. No matter what the story is, there is always a bumbling hero, a clumsy villain, and the promise that the hero will fall in love.Audience participation is vital. The most famous line in all pantos is, “He's behind you!” The audience yells this at the hero, trying to warn him that the villain is about to pounce on him. The hero always replies, “No he isn't!”The tradition of comedy theatre at this time of year goes back to the Victorian times. It was similar to modern day pantomime with an emphasis on comedy of the ‘slap-stick' kind. But its origins were in political satire that poked fun at the establishment, often using characters that had many similarities with well-known and disliked nobles, or even the monarchy.This is less the case now with pantomime taking modern stories and well-known tales and putting a humorous spin on them.We need such escapist nonosesen more than ever.
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Lowering Stress for Optimum Health Part 4: 8 Ways to improve Vagal Tone - Dr. Jason Jones Elizabeth City NC, Chiropractor As a Chiropractor in Elizabeth City, NC, our main focus is helping people gain restoration of proper nervous system function. We understand of why our bodies react the way they do to certain stimuli and we have helped people achieve improved digestion, decreased pain, and positive mental health through adjustment and restoring of nervous system functions. The vagus nerve is an important part of the parasympathetic nervous system responsible for the “rest & digest” function that counters the “fight or flight” response of the sympathetic nervous system. The vagus nerve travels from the brain down through the cervical (neck spine) and out to different glands, organs, and tissues. This nerve helps regulate stress hormone, improve mental cognition, keep the heartbeat regular, digestion, decreases blood pressure and keep you in positive homeostasis. A high vagal tone is associated with better and physical well-being. But a low vagal tone is usually associated with heart disease, inflammation, poor psychological wellbeing, stroke, and more. This is more reason why you should learn how to improve your vagal tone naturally. Here are some helpful tips: Cold exposure When you expose yourself to acute cold-like taking cold showers, it stimulates the vagus nerve. You can try to swap from hot to cold water for 3 minutes increments. But if you can't deal with a cold shower or bath, you can simply lower your face into ice water for five reps of 30 seconds. This is an easy way to improve vagal tone. Singing, laughing and chanting The muscles linked to your vocal cords are connected to the vagus nerves. So, when you sing, laugh, and chant, it helps stimulate the vagus nerve and this is a great way to increase your heart rate variability, which signifies a healthy nervous system. Deep, slow breathing When you breathe from your diaphragm rather shallowly from the upper part of your lungs, it helps to stimulate and tone the vagus nerves. Diaphragmatic breathing allows you to get a full expansion of your abdomen as you inhale. The key is to take a slow inhale and give a long exhale. The slower you exhale the more you stimulate the vagus nerve. This creates the relaxation response you're seeking, especially in times of anxiety and stress. Probiotics Two strains of probiotics- Bifidobacterium and lactobacillus- are directly related to the gut-brain connection, and they have a strong effect on anxiety, mood, and depression. Taking probiotics has been shown to be a good way to improve your vagal tone and stimulation. Omega-3s Eating foods like fatty fish, walnuts, and flaxseeds, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, is a great way to improve the vagal tone and overall mental health. Ensure you add these foods to your diet. Meditation When you practice loving-kindness meditation, it promotes the feeling of goodwill to yourself and your loved ones. These increasing positive emotions lead to an improvement in vagal tone and social closeness. Massage and exercise You can improve vagal tone and enhance vagal activity by getting a regular massage. Things like foot reflexology is a great way to improve vagal tone, but you can simply stick to your regular massage Movements are also great to stimulate the vagal nerve. You can make activities and exercise that you enjoy a big part of your life. This helps to improve your vagal tone, and also your overall happiness. You can consult Dr. Jason Jones to learn more about natural and simple ways to improve vagal tone to enhance your physical and mental wellbeing and connect better to the world.
It's been established that we here at ProCo love Reba more than the average person. That is unless the average person is someone who watches CMT game shows hosted by Barbra Jean. They REALLY love Reba. So while they're all distracted by a Reba reunion, we're sneaking onto and winning The Singing Bee. Zach writes the next hit country song, Jared brags about his juicy turkey, and Adam becomes the little boy from Reba. Talking Points Include: The Three Kings Real Epiphany, The Army's Turkey Rules, Folk Hero Boy Bands, Jason Spader: The House Swinger, Wayne Brady's Public Audition, Karaoke Etiquette, Ford and Coors, I Love This Cud
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Talk about my thanksgiving weekend. Hung out with my friend Colton in TampaFlorida Gators Vs Florida State SeminolesUniversity Of Florida hire Billy Napier as their new head coachYouth football team is too good to participate in their league's playoffs for the championshipPolish grandma is upset over an educational toy which is a singing cactus that talks about depression and doing cocaine Cops bust a ring of Gypsies that are fake playing the violin while panhandling. All voicemails are welcomed even the ones that say I suck because they'll go right to the front of the line 407-270-3044 and I promise all calls are anonymousDonate to help upgrade equipment for my podcast PayPal.me/tuddleOnTheRadioEMAILtuddle@Gmail.comWEBSITEStuddle.netYOUTUBEYouTube.com/tuddlePODCAST PLATFORMSPodomatictuddle.Podomatic.comTuneIn Radiohttp://tun.in/pjOR7iTunes Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tuddle-podcast/id1501964749iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-tuddle-podcast-59498985?cmp=ios_share&sc=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplay=trueSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/1ZHRedrnxvAX4CnAFybSJe?si=D1Juw7NuSIqIXVWbMsj99Q315 Livehttps://315live.com/category/tuddle/SOCIAL MEDIATwitter.com/tuddleYouTube.com/tuddleFacebook.com/tuddleInstagram.com/tuddleLinkedIn.com/in/tuddleTikTok.com/@tuddleOnTheRadiohttps://www.reddit.com/r/Tuddle/
Hudson and Nikki talk about Christmas decorations and why you better be careful what lights you put up. They also talk about concerts with no singing allowed. A Project 86 interview, scary talking Christmas trees, robots using your likeness, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.
The formerly incorporated Order of the Black Goblet have finally arrived at the gates of the city of Goldcrest. The sheer size and unpredictability of this new city present a host of unknown and possibly deadly challenges. Yan Yan takes off his hat, Matthias lists off the party make up, Daj does a coin trick, Biggol asks for something smaller and Aloc wants to ask about a hat. Thanks again to our new sponsor for this season, Black Rabbit Service Co. www.blackrabbitservice.com/ www.diceboyz.com
This episode is a compilation of my favorite excerpts from my most popular podcasts-- the series on Learning To Sing. In putting this together I see the same themes expressed by each of my guests. Singing is joyful and expresses who we are. That vulnerability can be frightening and easily trampled. But there are excellent teachers available to help us get over our fears and rediscover the joy. In part one, Nancy Salwen talks about her debilitating stagefright and how that led her to create the Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program. In part two, Judy Fine talks more about overcoming performance anxiety, and giving yourself permission-- to be where you are, to not be perfect instantly. She also makes a great case for singers learning music theory both for the musical reasons and also for the additional confidence it gives us when working with other musicians. Then we finish with a mini jazz master class from Isabella Celentano on improvising on the blues using the pentatonic scale. I thought this was magical when I took a class with her a couple of summers ago. She explains that there are 5 notes that fit in each of the 3 chords in a 12-bar blues. You can sing any of them and they will be in tune. This is part of that singers learning music theory. When you know these 5 notes you can improvise on any blues in any key. Magic. Lastly I feel I must mention that these episodes are from early in the podcast and I've learned a lot about recording since then. I apologize for the funkiness of the sound. The original episodes were released May 21, 2018, January 28th 2019, and November 18th 2019. If you like the content in this compilation I hope you'll listen to the originals to learn more about my wonderful guests. Here are their bios: Nancy Salwen teaches singing to “non-singers,” beginners and anyone who wants to sing more comfortably and expressively. She is the author of the book (and online program), “The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program: Learn to Sing Even if You Think You Can't Carry a Tune!” She leads singing workshops in Vermont, New York City and California, offers online programs, and teaches lessons in-person and over Skype (or FaceTime). To learn more about Nancy and what she has to offer, visit www.fearofsinging.com, or email her at email@example.com. With a Master of Music in Composition and a penchant for encouraging others to follow their passion, Judy Fine has been teaching and performing popular music styles for two decades, as a singer, keyboardist and sometimes trombonist. Over the years, she has performed in a variety of musical projects, from an original solo act to groups as big as a ten-piece wedding band. Formerly the owner of the Singers and Musicians Studio, a performance-based pop music school in Keene, NH, Judy now coaches aspiring singers in the Cape Coral, FL area and runs Online with Judy Fine, an online teaching and advice resource for singers. Website: www.OnlineWithJudyFine.com Facebook: @OnlineWithJudyFine (Judy Fine Vocal Coach) Instagram: @OnlineJudyFine YouTube: @OnlineJudyFine Isabella Celentano teaches singing at Civica Scuola di Musica Paolo Soprani in Castelfidardo, and Zona Musica and Cantieri Musicale in Ancona, Italy. Isabella sings regularly with the Reunion Jazz Band among others. She is the vocal maestra for Fabrijazz, a weeklong summer program for singers and musicians of all ages, presented by Fabrianopromusica.it. Full transcript available at http://ialwayswantedto.net ********************* Please fill out a 5-question survey at lizsumner.com/survey. Let me know when you're done and I'll send you a coupon code for my online course, 8 Steps to Launch Your Dream Life. (launchyourdreamlife.com) ********************* Listen on your favorite app - http://pod.link/alwayswanted Support I Always Wanted To on Patreon - http://patreon.com/alwayswanted Leave a review on Podchaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/i-always-wanted-to-670674 Thanks for listening.
Johnny Cash! Need we say more? Ok. Johnny and June play Caleb and Mattie, a couple down on their luck. Caleb thinks their prayers have been answered when they take in Rev Alden after an accident. Caleb passes himself off as a reverend friend of Alden's. His plan is to collect money from the people of Walnut Grove to help a neighboring town that had just been wiped out by fire and keep it all for himself and Mattie. Things don't go exactly according to plan, as this is Walnut Grove, and Caleb is so moved by the towns generosity that he gives up on his plan and leaves the town with considerable donations for the town in need.
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In this second half of the project we will be hearing from lots of people around the world whose mother tongue is not English. Although many of them will be speaking in English, there will be some episodes in other languages, like this one which is in French.To honor the story teller, they will be telling the stories in their own voices, and in their own languages. But there will be versions with English subtitles on the Mother Mine Website: https://www.outofmanypresents.org/subtitled-episodes.I'd like to thank the recordists Alinmear and Zhagan for the following sounds that I used in this episode from www.freesound.org.Alinmear's : Two recordings taken at National Park Akagera, Rwanda: https://freesound.org/people/alinmear/sounds/217253/ and https://freesound.org/people/alinmear/sounds/217251/Zhagan's: Singing at a religious service in Muramba Township, Rwanda: https://freesound.org/people/zhagan/sounds/507768/Mothers can be controversial. They can be wonderful. They can be terrible. They can be both wonderful and terrible in turns. But whatever they are, whatever yours was and is, mothers are universal. Everyone begins with a mother, even if she isn't around later. In each Mother Mine episode I present one person's stories about their mother — these figures who literally made us. Who are our mothers? What do we remember about them? And how did our mothers — the people who cared for us — shape who we are?The answers to these questions are the stories of love and loss, hopes, fears, and dreams that define us humans. Thank you so much to all of our contributors! And a huge thank you to our Kickstarter Backers. You made this happen and I am so grateful! If you'd like to participate in the Mother Mine project, you can find all the details at www.outofmanypresents.org. Mother Mine is produced by Katie Semro in conjunction with Our Mothers Ourselves.
"To be a poet is to be an exile," says poet Christian Wiman. He echoes the most influential writer on his early life and work, Simone Weil, who wrote in her Gravity & Grace: "We must take the feeling of being at home into exile. We must be rooted in the absence of a place." Wiman spent most of the 2020 leg of the pandemic curating a story about home using 100 poems, seamed with prose from some of the wisest denizens of our species to narrate the tale. He joins Evan Rosa to read some of the poetry from the collection, talk about the connection between poetry and faith, and continue to examine the meaning of home through exiles' eyes. This episode was made possible in part by the generous support of the Tyndale House Foundation. For more information, visit tyndale.foundation.Show NotesHome: 100 PoemsJoseph Brodsky, exile from RussaDefining "Home"Mahmoud Darwish, "I Belong There""I have learned and dismantled all the words in order to draw from them, a single word: home."Josef Pieper on tautologyPoetry as a way of inhabiting rather than definingThe epigraph from He Held Radical Light: "The world does not need to come from a god. For better or worse, the world is here. But it does need to go to one (where is he?). And that is why the poet exists." (Juan Ramon Jimenez)Why does the poet exist?"Existence is not existence until it's more than existence."Jack Gilbert, "Singing in My Difficult Mountains""My fine house that love is.""To be a poet is to be an exile."Simone Weil: "We must be rooted in the absence of a place." (Gravity & Grace)A traveling placeModern humanity in exile, a secular notionWeil, The Need for Roots"I think all poets though, experience the feeling of displacement that comes with perception."W.B. Yeats on Maude Young, "I might have thrown poor words away and attempted to live.""Life is the thing. Words are always a kind of displacement."Wendell Berry's Sabbath: "There is a day when the road neither comes nor goes, and the way is not a way, but a place."Frantically nomadicRestlessness and the pull toward securityRooted in relationships"In my 20s, Simone Weil was the most important writer in my life. ... But now in my fifties, I feel a little differently. I still love Simone Weil, but I appreciate very much the work that someone like Wendell Berry has done to secure an existence against all the odds, secure a kind of existence in one place, and make it out of language as well."Vincent Van Gogh and Gaston BachelardStabilizing and DestabilizingVan Gogh: Life is roundBachelard: Dwelling in images and wordsSome real element of the past, brought into the present with metaphysical power: "I think there's some real element of the past of memory, that is made alive and volatile and even salvific, and it's not an image of youth. It is the actual thing being brought into the present."He Held Radical Light: seeking, through poetry, "those moments of mysterious intrusion, that feeling of collusion with eternity, of life and language riled to the one wild charge.”Poetry: the main way faith sustains Wiman"All poets are Jews." (Maria Sativa)"All poets are believers." (Christian Wiman)Something in poetry itself to further existence"If you do not believe in poetry, you cannot write it." (Wallace Stevens)Glory to God for dappled thingsThe role of mystery in poetry and faithFollowing the music of poetry in a physical, physiological, improvisational wayWendell Berry on the Kingdom of God: "We contain that which contains us."Home in painful division in Wendell BerryCarson McCullers: ImprovisationBraithwaite, "Bass"How is poetry in conversation with perplexity?James Baldwin, "Sonny's Blues" (Christian Wiman's "favorite short story in the world")"Dealing with the roar rising from the void and imposing an order on it."Deep consolation in poetryResponding to the music of poetryRead poetry out loudCan you write good poetry without suffering much?George MacKay Brown, "Old Fisherman with Guitar"What is a life worth living? Creating and lovingThe pursuit of God is wrapped up with creating art and being freed to love.The impact of Christian Wiman's "Prayer"About Christian WimanPoet Christian Wiman is Professor of the Practice of Religion and Literature at Yale Divinity School. He's the author of several books of poetry, including Every Riven Thing, Hammer is the Prayer, and his most recent, Survival Is a Style. His memoirs include the bracing and beautiful My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer and He Held Radical Light: The Art of Faith, the Faith of Art. He edited an anthology of 100 poems on Joy a few years ago, and just released Home: 100 Poems this month.Introduction (Evan Rosa)"To be a poet is to be an exile," says Christian Wiman, a poet and Professor of the Practice of Religion and Literature at Yale Divinity School. Wiman knows this personally. When he was younger than now, he moved 40 times over a 15 year period. He would come early to work as Editor of Poetry Magazine to write his own, spilling line after line onto page from the driver seat of his car (he wrote my favorite poem of his that way he tells me). And the writer that defined him then was Simone Weil, who wrote in her Gravity and Grace, "We must take the feeling of being at home into exile. We must be rooted in the absence of a place."And I wonder, if all poets are exiles, does that make us all poets? The generalized unease and anxiety that comes with being human often leaves us longing for a home. And each of us imagine a particular place, a perspective, a people, when we think of home. But it's always longing, isn't it. Especially in light of the fact that "we are home to each other"—that home is ultimately a relational reality built and maintained and indwelled with people—if that's true then no wonder we long for home all the more, because we long to be accepted, received, and loved all the more.A recent theme of the podcast has been exile and migration. War correspondent Janine Di Giovanni offered perspective on the vanishing Christian population in the middle east; biblical scholar Francisco Lozada helped us view faith through the eyes of the immigrants hopeful sojourn. Today, that continues, even as we consider the very meaning of home by way of poetry.Christian Wiman spent most of the 2020 leg of the pandemic curating a story about home using 100 poems, using with prose from some of the wisest denizens of our species to narrate the tale. The book came out this month, and you can listen to Miroslav Volf and Christian Wiman discuss the project on episode 36 of the podcast.I asked Chris to come back on the show to read more of the poems he selected, talk about the connection between poetry and faith, and continue to examine the meaning of home through exiles' eyes. You might think that's exactly the wrong way to wonder about home. But Odysseus would tell you different as he fights his way back to Ithaca. Moses would tell you different as he leads the Jews through the wilderness. Jesus would tell you different as he goes to prepare a place for you.And what other option do we have as wandering wonderers anyway—always longing for home, always praying for, in Christian Wiman's words, "those moments of mysterious intrusion, that feeling of collusion with eternity, of life and language riled to the one wild charge.”Thanks for listening, and enjoy.Production NotesThis podcast featured poet Christian WimanEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Natalie Lam, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
Sad girl Autumn continues with Adele's triumphant return. Singing us through her heartbreaking divorce, navigating motherhood, and everything along the way- Adele reminds us six years after her last release that she still has IT. Throughout the episode, we breakdown her single "Easy On Me" and her call to Spotify to take the shuffle option off album listening to highlight the importance on tracklisting. In honor of Adele's music, we analyze our own perspectives on the idea of the right person, wrong time mentality. By the end of the episode we can confidently say once again Adele has us questioning our own lives in the most marvelous way.
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Happy Thanksgiving From YOUR KC Morning Show!On the show today, LOTS of music! Hear from US Senate Candidate, Spencer Toder, we meet MC Larry Moody, and I.V King invites The KC Morning Hoes do join the Royal Rebellion! Links!MC Larry Moody: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLlXQiWniIo&list=OLAK5uy_k2pykvb88BFkcxXf4xMO8zEnNzw60BUZcI.V King: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzooexhVjd2ZYMH3-BXktZAA Good Day To Be A Kansas Citian.xoxo - @hartzell965 @holeyhearts
Show Notes A big problem most of us caregivers have is feeling lonely. There are always times of the year when the people we know start to go on trips or have celebrations that we just can't make it to. We catch those moments as they post them on social media or tell us about it and it hurts doesn't it. It makes it feel as if the world, our friends and family have moved on and left us behind. Let's talk about making our own fun and connecting with people we love. Caregiving is an extremely difficult role to take on and loneliness can be a major problem if we feel that we aren't seen. That's why when people are giving you the highlight real of their life it makes you angry, frustrated with your situation, and sad. It makes you jealous and leads you to make the mistake of comparing your life with theirs. It makes you feel that caregiving style of loneliness that really hurts deep down. Some of us may be waiting to be invited to the fun. Others are wanting to make some fun but don't know how and don't have the energy to figure things out. If you are a caregiver for someone who can't leave the house, can't be around groups of people, or leaving the house is just too difficult even if you wanted to it is easy to feel left out. Just because celebrations have to be done differently right now doesn't mean you have to give up on the fun. Thing is… you can't wait around to be invited. If you can't go to where people are celebrating because traveling is out of the question or the person you care for can't really leave the house you have to find ways to still be part of their lives. Unfortunately, you will have to do some of the work because, just like you, they might not know how to do things differently either. I'm going to give you a list of things you can try to do and once you hear the one thing that really sticks out to you I want you to call the person you want to do it with or can help you organize it. It's going to feel like more work than you'd like to give but I promise you even it is worth it. Laughing, having fun, talking to people who care for you is worth it. Just let them know that you'd really like to have them be a part of your life and miss doing things with them. It's ok for it to feel vulnerable. It's ok to worry they'll say no. But you won't know until you try. Everything listed in this podcast is put together for you as a PDF download on the website. You can go to www.loveyourcaregivinglife.com find the podcast link and click on episode 87. There you will find the PDF with more information and suggestions for each of the ideas I'm going to tell you about today. It's the perfect thing to download and send to the people you want to set something up with so they can read it through as well. So don't forget to go and download it for free from the website. If you are on my mailing list you will get it in the November 18th newsletter. Ok on to how you can enjoy celebrations even if you can't leave the house. One of the things I like doing the most is cooking with people I love. Being able to tell stories, laugh, and sing with people you care about can feed you more than the food you're making. It can make you feel sad if you can't do that and you may feel like it isn't even worth making that dish you love making so much. Just because you can't be together doesn't mean you can't continue to have that experience. Invite those people into your home via Zoom or a video call. You all can cook something together in your own kitchens and catch up on how things are going, still tell those stories, sing those songs, and laugh. You can all make the same thing or something different. If you live in the same city you could even do a swap and share with everyone else. It's just about finding different ways to do the things you love doing. You can watch a movie together. Maybe there is a holiday movie you love to watch with your sister but you can't this year. Set up a movie date and watch it together. There are lots of ways you can do this. Sometimes the simplest is to get on a video call with the other person and set the camera so they can see your face. Then you try to press play at the same time. Being on camera might be weird for you because you don't usually see your face while watching a movie but it's just what that other person would see and they love you so try not to feel too self-conscious about it. You can hide the part that shows your face and just focus on theirs. It can be as simple as sticking a piece of paper on the part of the screen that has your little square. There are other ways to start the movie together. Some streaming services allow you to watch with someone else. That way the movie will start and stop at the same time. Some phones will also let you watch something together. Or you can both watch the movie on your own time and then make a date to sit down and talk about it, kind of like a book club. There are movie discussion topics in the pdf download. Who knows this might be something you do every month! Make a playlist. If there are songs you love to listen to during the holidays sharing them with family and friends can be fun especially if they contribute to the list too. You all will start to see how similar your tastes are and also learn about songs you might not even know existed. There are a lot of different ways to do this. If you belong to a streaming service like Spotify you can share your playlist and those people can add to it. Or you can create a group text or email and everyone can start sharing their favorite songs. Is it someone's birthday? See how many different birthday songs you all can find and put it together for them. It's just a fun way to interact with people you love. Get yourself invited to dinner. Sure you can't physically be at that special meal everyone is going to be at but that doesn't mean you can't have a place at the table. Ask a person who will be there to set you up on a zoom or video call for the meal. Ask for them to set it up in a place you can see most of the table and join them while you eat your own meal. You'll get to talk to everyone and hear all the updates and won't have to help clean up the dishes. That's can be a win! Maybe there is someone in your group of loved ones that has a small child that you would really like to connect with but aren't able to visit. Why not set up a time to read them a book. Maybe it's a book that's special for this time of the year or a book you really loved as a child. Make sure the length is appropriate for the child's age and have a parent set up a time when they will be able to focus. Of course, it might not work out the way you'd like it to. You might not make it past the first couple of pages or you might spend the entire time talking to them about their favorite toy. No matter what, you are creating memories with a little person you love and that is the most important thing to be able to do. No matter if it's paper or electronic everyone loves getting a letter especially now that no one really does it anymore. If there is someone you really miss seeing grab that box of tissues and a piece of paper. Write what you love about them. Share the things you loved doing with them or memories of holidays or celebrations the two of you have shared in the past. This could be the highlight of the year for them. It's always so much fun to hear from another person but it can also make you feel good as you write it. Sometimes giving helps us feel better about our world than receiving and this might be one of those times. Singing can be so cathartic especially when you're doing it with a group of people who care for you. Maybe the person you love has a favorite song, maybe it's someone's birthday or there are holiday songs you and your family and friends would always sing. Just because you can't do it in person doesn't mean you give it up. You can get everyone on a zoom call and record it and then send it to the person you made it for. Or maybe you all just got together to simply enjoy singing. One of the things my family does more often during holidays and celebrations is play games. Of course, we can do it any time of the year but when we are taking a break from work and school we love playing a game together. Now just because you can't be in person with someone to play doesn't mean you have to give it up this year. There are a lot of games you can play over video call or zoom. Think of things that don't require a board to play. You can play Pictionary or Bingo. Yahtzee or Tenzi will work too. There is a list of more games in the PDF download. Remember, it doesn't have to be perfect. It might be comical when Aunt Sarah's video freezes as she's playing charades! You can create a family holiday story. Over text or email, one person starts the story with a short paragraph and then they send it off to the next person and so on. In the end, the last person finishes it off and it can all be put together as a keepsake or just something to look at and laugh about. It's a super simple way for people to connect and not have to do it at a specific time. Do you always put together a puzzle during the holidays? Set up a date with the person who would always sit down to help you and get on a call with them. Putting together the puzzle was only half the fun anyway. It was really all about getting caught up with that cousin you only see once a year. Are you part of a. Musical family? Plan a concert. Have everyone put together a song they can perform and get everyone on zoom to watch and participate in the concert. Or everyone can record their song or their part of a song and send it off to a Google Drive that everyone can access. There are so many different ways to do this. You could all even practice the same song and get together on the video to try to play it together. Sure sometimes there's a lag but it's about the fun of it. You could also have a gift wrapping date with someone. Get on the phone and talk about things while both of you wrap gifts. Sometimes it's fun to wrap and talk. You could also have a recipe swap. You know you always wanted the recipe for grandma's rolls but never asked for it. Now all of you can share your favorite recipes or the recipes that have been with the family for generations and maybe you can make that one thing you really wanted to eat this year but didn't think you'd be able to because you have to stay at home. The thing to remember is You deserve to find ways to enjoy your life. Just because you're a caregiver doesn't mean you're destined to never enjoy life again. Things can be fun even though they are different. Traditions and rituals are grounding, they make you feel comfortable because sometimes it's the way things are always done. Caregiving has taught you that sometimes you have to learn how to do things a different way so you already have the ability to figure out how to still celebrate even though it has to be done differently. Remember, you are a caregiver because you love the person you care for. You are dedicating your life to helping them live. So enjoy the life you live with them as best you can. Remember to download the PDF and get a few more tips and ideas for celebrations as well as more information for the ones' I've told you about today. You can find it at www.loveyourcaregivinglife.com Thanks for listening
Unlock the biggest part of your prophetic DNA. Learn the type of worship that brings change to the earth, heals broken hearts, and binds all demons. Do the project at the end of the episode to accelerate your prophetic process through worship. Join Apostles Craig and Colette Toach as they unlock the biggest aspect of your prophetic DNA. Find out why God has given you such a special connection to worship. Express the heart of Jesus in such a way that it can reach any person either sinner or saint. “When you worship, you are implementing God's blueprint one step at a time. You will birth God's plan with just your voice and a guitar” says Apostle Colette Toach. Push play to receive an impartation of prophetic DNA. Key Scriptures: Job 38:6-7 Luke 2:13 Check Out the Resources That Were Mentioned in This Episode Prophetic Anointing (Digital Book) Get Praised Up to Be Prayed Up (Ep. 53) True Worship: The Heart of a Prophet (Ep. 39) Worship - The Love Language of Jesus (Ep. 24) Nextgenprophets.org Get Connected with Apostles Craig and Colette Toach Follow Apostles Toach! Facebook.com/ToachMinistries Submit Your Question to the Apostles: ToachMinistries.com Join the Ranks of Next Gen Prophets! Prophetic-School.com
The Wings SNAP their 4 game losing streak with a nice win against the Blues. Raymond and Larkin scored (nice), but it was really Ned's 35 saves that propelled Detroit to this 4-2 victory. Is he finally in this conversation for the Calder again? Also we give you a list of things we are thankful for :) Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. StatHero StatHero is the first of its kind Daily Fantasy Sports platform where it's YOU vs. the HOUSE in head to head fantasy matchups - winner take all. Sign up for FREE - RIGHT NOW - at StatHero.com/HOCKEY and use promo code HOCKEY for a One Hundred Percent Deposit Match. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the seventh episode of our Luxury Podcast William Hanson and Jonathan Vernon-Smith discuss Hyacinth's forcible instance on singing for the old people with Emmet from next door accompanying her on the piano: it's less of a fun afternoon out and more a hostage situation. The chaps also discuss William's teenage campanology and Jonathan's own early retirement plans in Spain. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Based in the Tahoe Lake region of California, Nicole Brucato Cooley is a drama therapist, singer, musician, yoga teacher, and a real renaissance woman after my own heart. Nicole shares stories from her life and private therapy practice that have lead her to have many insights about the simple medicine of physical embodiment, human connection and the power of play. She also plays "Wayfaring Stranger" for us at the end! Bonus: Astrological Weather Report from Vedic astrologer Donny Boots.
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LBF gives you all the celebrity gossip at 6:40 and 8:40 every morning! LBF loves finding out who singers wrote break up songs about! This poor girl went on a Taylor Swift rant after having her wisdom teeth out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T63wZpStxBk All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery
Parts 1 & 2 combined into a full story. What are you thankful for? Lauren and the Reading Bug are thankful for a reunion with their good friend Spelling Bee! Join them as they travel back in time to celebrate Thanksgiving with a village of Pilgrims and the native people living nearby. When the magic book bag goes astray, we'll get an adventure we didn't expect - and an opportunity to celebrate our differences! Explore the books in the Reading Bug's magic book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/thanksgiving
What power lies in the freedom of speech? What lessons can we as a modern society learn from the Estonian culture? In this podcast... The post Tony Spinosa on how the Estonians won freedom through singing | PoP 637 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
Some birds have always called nocturnally, but other species are relative newcomers to the nighttime music scene, specifically in urban areas. Birds such as American Robins often sing well into the night. Scientists are studying what environmental cues might lead to this behavior. While artificial light could be a factor, recent studies suggest that some birds may be avoiding daytime city noise by singing nocturnally. Learn more at BirdNote.org.
In this episode, John talks with renowned singing teacher, Karyn O'Connor, about the most effective techniques for breathing. For more information about Karyn O'Connor visit https://www.singwise.com Episode highlights: 2:38 - How is breathing for singing different? 10:25 -Getting back to intuitive breathing and what it is. 15:07 - "Support" explained and why we don't want to overthink it. 18:50 - The balance of feeding air to the vocal folds.
Join Pastor Wright and Vicar Hill as they look at the readings for the First Sunday of Advent as our Lord Jesus comes into the Holy City of Jerusalem. Why do we start Advent with the triumphal entry? Could rocks really sing out? Why do the Pharisees still have a problem with Jesus? These questions and more are discussed in this episode Singing Rocks. Feel free to contact us at Getwrightforsunday@gmail.com with any comments, questions, challenges, or quips! We would love to hear from you!
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This week I have good friend of mine, Matt Heath, who's been around for years in New Zealand doing all things comedy, radio, columnist and more. I jog his memory on how we met and then we chat Taskmaster, on not being an actor, adapting humour for kids, social media diagnosis and fake names.Follow Matt on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mattheathnz/Follow Urzila on Instagram http://instagram.com/urzilacarlsonSee Urzila on tour in NZ: https://urzilacarlson.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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If the world was ending, you'd watch The Bachelorette with me, right? Grammy-nominated singer songwriter JP Saxe joins Kaitlyn to talk about his career, his lovely girlfriend who got him into the Bachelor franchise, and this week's episode of The Bachelorette! Kaitlyn and JP have a lot in common: they're both currently on tour, they both are Canadian, and they both agree that the things that made you a nerd in high school are the things that make you cool now. JP is a sensitive singing ginger who is redefining what strength means as a man, one song at a time. The two chat about their top picks for Michelle, which song of his has a Bachelor reference, and why they just don't trust Martin. Plus, he shares not one but TWO confessions and they wrap it all up with a game of hypotheticals. Make sure to check out JP's new deluxe edition of “Dangerous Levels of Introspection” and follow him on the ole' gram at @jpsaxe . CHINET - Chinet Brand makes premium disposable tableware for all of life's gatherings. Visit mychinet.com to find out more. APARTMENTS.COM - The most popular place to find a place. GEICO - Go to geico.com, get a quote, and see how much you could save. It's GEICO-easy! TALKSPACE - Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with the promo code VINE. NATIVE - Go to Nativedeodorant.com and use code vine to get 20% off your first purchase at checkout!