Hello .... Travelers! Muahahahahahahaha (creepy laugh, you know)! This week join Ric and family for a trip to Disney's California Adventure for the Oogie Boogie Bash 2022. Soak in the sounds of the spooky season at Disney on the west coast as you tour the haunted streets, the Villains Grove, and take in the entirety of the Frightfully Fun Parade! As always, use good listening devices as we always record in 4 channel surround sound. We hope you enjoy the episode and thanks so much for following along! Look us up at @WalkaboutWDW on Instagram and drop us a note to say hi! Find our producer Josh also on Instagram at @TheSteele. Say hi to our west coast correspondent Ric at @opticaljedi. Lastly give a shout to our Orlando correspondent Pete at @neverlandlocal. You can now also drop us at line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Say hi, give us some suggestions on things you'd love to hear, or even record your own 'Hello Traveler' show open when you are out and about, and we'll work it into a future show!
If you Google “morning baths”, you'll find a community of people who SWEAR by it. They're as smug as the Cold Plunge crew! So, what are the benefits? Like the podcast? Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! It helps us reach more like-minded/cool/smart people like you! LINKS Read ‘A hot bath has benefits similar to exercise' from The Conversation Listen Sass and Something from our writer Amy Molloy Follow @sassandsomething on Instagram CREDITS Host: Casey Donovan @caseydonovan88 Writer: Amy Molloy @amymolloy Executive Producer: Elise Cooper Editor: Adrian Walton Listen to more great podcasts at novapodcasts.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Icelandic composer Gabríel Ólafs has become a poster child for the German term wunderkind. At age 14, he wrote the song that landed him his first record deal. At 19, he released his debut album, Absent Minded, which has been streamed millions of times. Now 23, Ólafs is celebrating two massive achievements. Earlier this year, he co-founded the Reykjavík Recording Orchestra, Iceland's first dedicated studio orchestra, which has recorded music for Netflix, Apple TV, and Deutsche Grammophon. And this summer he released Solon Islandus, his major-label U.S. debut on Decca Records. With its visual aesthetic inspired by film, fashion, and photography, Solon Islandus brings to mind another German term: Gesamtkunstwerk, or "total work of art." For Ólafs, every project has to consider musical and visual aesthetics in equal measure. "I take a directorial approach, so as I begin a new project I like to have the visuals from the get-go," Ólafs says on the latest episode of the Classical Post podcast. "The visual side, for me personally, is an essential part of the whole project. I don't look at it as, 'I have this music and now I need to take a couple of photos.' It's 50-50." From the fascinating variety of instrumental colors Ólafs creates, to the album's film-noir cover and the stunning music video for its title track — featuring members of the Iceland Dance Company and fashion from Iris Van Herpen — Solon Islandus is an incredible release that positions Ólafs as one of the most important musicians to watch today. In this discussion, we talk more about the new album and how his first job in a recording studio sparked his obsession with the recording process. Plus, he shares how daily soaks in a geothermal hot tub stimulate his creativity, and why a perfect day in Reykjavík should involve soup, a soak, lots of licorice, and late-night house music. Listen to Solon Islandus on Spotify, Apple Music, or wherever you stream or download music. — Classical Post uncovers the creativity behind exceptional music. Dive into meaningful conversations with leading artists in the world today. Based in New York City, Classical Post is a touchpoint for tastemakers. Visit our website for exclusive editorial and subscribe to our monthly newsletter to be notified of new content. Follow us on Instagram and TikTok. Classical Post is an ambassador for NED, a wellness company. Get 15% off their products like CBD oil and many other health-based products by using our code CLASSICALPOST at checkout.
The ultimate re-listen party continues! Tune in today to revisit what you loved about your second most favorite episode of Season 3! It's Episode 12: Pushing Past Fear to Create Your Dream Job. In this episode, Ari and I get real about what it takes to create a successful career as woman and a mom. Soak in a second dose of her wisdom on how to push past fear to create exactly what you want to experience in work, life and motherhood! Support the show
I'm a bitch who…gives you new affirmation recordings!! Today, I'm back with more juicy boss bitch affirmations to help you deal with the hard stuff in your life & biz. Soak this shit in & come back to it as many times as you want - I trust that each time you will hear exactly what you need. Come join me in my FREE private Facebook group, Visible AF: https://www.facebook.com/groups/VisibleAF/ Send me a DM on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/juliamotherfuckingwells/
Greenwood Foods Ltd. releases Five previously unpublished facts about its recent SOAK'd OATS launch. Further information can be found at https://www.soakdoats.com/. (https://www.soakdoats.com/.)
Genjo Marinello Osho gave this Teisho during the first day of Autumn Sesshin, 2022. In this case examining Joshu's Mu, Genjo explores how to soak in the Intimate Infinite when at times we feel like a very dry, brittle sponge.
Did you know that our vegan baked herb falafel recipe is actually quite easy to make at home? All you need is a food processor and a bit of patience. Baked Herb Falafels Zero & Zen Falafel is a traditional Middle-Eastern food with a long history. Falafel is typically made with chickpeas or broad beans, as well as garlic, onion, fresh and dried herbs, and warming spices. As it happens, traditional falafel is also vegan-friendly, which made it a popular food among vegans and vegetarians worldwide. 5 from 3 votes Print Recipe Pin Recipe Prep Time 10 mins Cook Time 18 mins Soaking Time 10 mins Course Lunch, Side Dish, Snack Cuisine Middle-Eastern Servings 16 Falafels Calories 93 kcal Equipment Food processor Food processor Mixing Bowl Baking sheet Baking parchment or reusable silicone sheet Ingredients 150 grams dry chickpeas 1 small red onion peeled, quartered 2 cloves garlic peeled 1 tsp paprika 1 tsp cumin 1 tbsp dried parsley 1 tsp dried oregano 1 tsp dried rosemary 1 tsp salt ½ tsp black pepper 3 tbsp olive oil juice of ½ lemon 3 tbsp white wheat flour or chickpea flour ½ tsp baking powder Instructions Add the chickpeas into a bowl and add at least double the volume of water. Soak for 8-12 hours. Leaving it overnight could be a good idea to not keep yourself waiting. Drain the water from rehydrated chickpeas. Add them into a food processor, along with onion and garlic. Pulse until you get a finely processed and consistent mixture. Transfer the chickpeas into a mixing bowl. Add oil, lemon juice, spices and herbs. Mix well until everything is evenly combined. Finally, add some flour and baking powder. Start with a smaller amount of flour and keep adding some until the mixture sticks together. Wet your hands and roll small amounts of the mixture (approx. 1 heaped tbsp) into balls. Arrange these falafel balls on the lined baking tray. Preheat the oven to 200 C and bake for 15-20 minutes until your falafels are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Notes Use the chickpea flour for a gluten-free version of these falafels. Nutrition Calories: 93kcal Keyword Baked, Falafel, Herb, Vegan, Vegetarian Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!
Karyn Calabrese is a successful entrepreneur, Celebrity Chef and popular holistic health expert was based in Chicago for the past 50 years, she has recently relocated to Flossmoor,IL. Karyn has been committed to taking care of her body and helping others to do the same. Her timeless beauty, youthful physique, and boundless energy are testaments to the lifestyle habits she advocates. At 75 years old, Karyn looks nearly a generation younger without the help of surgery or botox and enjoys boundless enthusiasm. In addition to a raw diet, she believes in regular detoxification and has developed a program that she teaches to hundreds of people each year. As for Karyn herself questions at the end of every day:“If you don't take care of your body, the most magnificent machine that you will ever be given, where will you live?” Follow Karyn on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karyncalabrese/ Soak your nuts/ recipe for everyday cooked and raw vegan recipes https://www.shopkaryns.com/soak-your-nuts-conscious-comfort-foods/ Soak your nuts: cleansing with Karyn https://www.shopkaryns.com/soak-your-nuts-cleansing-w-karyn/ Www.Shopkaryns.com https://www.shopkaryns.com/ Chillin' Chili (Raw and Vegan) Cold weather can make us crave comfort foods, and there's no food that satisfies that craving like a nice bowl of chili. 2 cups chopped white mushrooms 1⁄2 teaspoon salt 3 large tomatoes, chopped 2 green bell peppers, chopped 1 yellow onion, chopped 1⁄4 cup sun-dried tomatoes 6 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon cayenne 1⁄2 cup black olives 1⁄4 cup Bragg Liquid Aminos 3 tablespoons chili powder 2 teaspoons chopped fresh thyme 3 cups dried adzuki beans, sprouted (see How to Sprout) 2 avocados, cut into in large chunks Put the mushrooms and salt in a medium bowl. Mix well. Let marinate for 30 minutes. Put the fresh tomatoes, bell peppers, onion, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic, and cayenne in a blender. Process until well blended, stopping occasionally to scrape down the blender jar. Transfer to a large bowl. Put the olives, Bragg Liquid Aminos, chili powder, and thyme in a food processor. Process until well combined, stopping occasionally to scrape down the work bowl. Transfer it to the tomato mixture. Add the adzuki beans, mushroom mixture, and avocados and mix well. Marinate for 2 to 3 hours in the refrigerator before serving.
When it comes to medical drama's we'll often think about Grey's Anatomy, ER or even House. What's missing from these drama's is the perspective of the female Doctor and the truth behind a medical system that truly needs an overhaul. Dr Neela Janakiramanan is a reconstructive plastic surgeon with expertise in complex hand and wrist surgery. She is a seasoned public speaker and advocate on issues including health equity, gender equity and diversity, and inclusion. Neela is a regular contributor to Women's Agenda, and has also written for The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, The Saturday Paper, and often appears on ABC's The Drum. Outside of seeing patients, Dr Neela has turned her hand to fiction writing. Her latest book, The Registrar offers a rare insight into the world of a surgeon-in- the-making from one who has survived it. Dedicated and ambitious, Emma Swann is about to start a gruelling year as a surgical registrar at the prestigious Mount teaching hospital. Emma quickly experiences escalating stress as a registrar. It's an arduous, unremitting slog of twenty-hour days, punishing schedules, life and death decisions – and very little assistance, instruction or support from her superiors, who waste no time pointing out just how superior they are. Amidst a background culture of humiliation and bullying, being a woman just makes things worse: misogyny is rife and Emma is subjected to other, more insidious, kinds of male attention. This gripping novel goes behind the headlines to reveal the human experience of being both a doctor and patient in a medical system at breaking point. Soak up the new perspectives and lived experiences shared by this deep thinking advocate, Dr Neela Janakiroamanan. Roll-call: Host & producer: @alihill Guest: @drneelaj Book: 'The Registrar' published by Allen & Unwin Dr Neela's Website: https://drneela.com.au/
Today we chat with Corey Medina, a blues-rock artist from Shiprock, NM, and member of the Áshįįhí clan of the Diné Nation. His band, Corey Medina & Brothers, has a reputation as an on-stage powerhouse, bringing its blues-tinged rock and roll to stages across Minnesota.Corey shares his experience moving to northern Minnesota a decade ago and talks about decolonizing his writing process during the recording of the new album Soak. He also talks us through Soak's album art, which features an animal skull submerged in a colorful body of water.Corey Medina & Brothers' latest album Soak is available on Spotify and other streaming services. Find out where the band is playing at https://www.facebook.com/coreybluesfolks - Their record release show is in Bemidji at the Rail River Folk School on September 23, 2022.Chi Miigwech to Corey for sharing his gift with us today!Native Lights: Where Indigenous Voices Shine is produced by Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota's Communities with support from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage fund. Online at https://minnesotanativenews.org/
Psalm 51:1-4, 7-12 NLT Have mercy on me, O God, because of your unfailing love. Because of your great compassion, blot out the stain of my sins. Wash me clean from my guilt. Purify me from my sin. For I recognize my rebellion; it haunts me day and night. Against you, and you alone, have I sinned; I have done what is evil in your sight. You will be proved right in what you say, and your judgment against me is just. ...Purify me from my sins, and I will be clean; wash me, and I will be whiter than snow. Oh, give me back my joy again; you have broken me—now let me rejoice. Don't keep looking at my sins. Remove the stain of my guilt. Create in me a clean heart, O God. Renew a loyal spirit within me. Do not banish me from your presence, and don't take your Holy Spirit from me. Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and make me willing to obey you. David longs to not feel stained or dirty or guilty or broken or disloyal or isolated any longer. We all know these feelings much too well. Reflect on David's understanding of how absolute the removal of any trace of sin God can bring. Like it never happened. David talks about how his rebellion haunts him day and night. Is there sin in your past, or even currently, that haunts you day and night? Listen again to what David asks of God in this passage from the Message bible: God, give grace! Scrub away my guilt, I know how bad I've been; my sins are staring me down. You've seen it all, seen the full extent of my evil. Soak me in your laundry and I'll come out clean, scrub me and I'll have a snow-white life. Set these once-broken bones to dancing. Don't look too close for blemishes, give me a clean bill of health. God, make a fresh start in me, shape a Genesis week from the chaos of my life. Bring me back from gray exile, put a fresh wind in my sails! It is likely that whatever the sin that haunts you day or night is not as drastic as the affair and murder that David carries. In confessing and asking forgiveness we are talking to the same God that David did in this passage. We know that God's forgiveness is as absolute then as it is now. God's grace never runs out. His mercy never ends. His love never quits. Can you offer the same grace to yourself that God gives? He promises a clean heart, a loyal spirit, joy of the salvation given to us. Pray with me: “O God, thank You for Your mercy, Your unfailing love, Your removal of guilt and Your cleansing of stains. Thank You for Your restoration, but most of all, thank You for Your presence in my life. As above, so below."
Hey everyone! Welcome to today's episode of the Wright Conversations Podcast! For today's episode, I'll be talking about the plague of Comparisonitis and understanding the phases of typical relationships. I'll also get into our brain chemistry and how it changes throughout the phases, navigating each phase, and finding solace and learning from relationships that end. Let's delve in! In this Episode You'll Learn: [02:26] Why we compare ourselves to others. [08:39] The typical relationship escalator. [09:50] The honeymoon phase. [11:20] The brain chemistry during the honeymoon phase. [14:49] The “back to reality” phase. [19:22] The decision-making phase. [22:22] No more Comparisonitis. [22:58] The settling down phase. [24:22] Brain chemistry in the settling down phase. [26:22] Feeling the ebb and flow of the sexual relationship. [26:52] There is more to a relationship than these stages. Quotes: “When we understand the natural phases of a typical romantic/sexual relationship, we will compare less.” [02:57] “The honeymoon phase is super common and normal. Soak it up.” [10:43] “Try not to make any big decisions during the honeymoon phase.” [10:54] “During the ‘back to reality' phase is often when a lot of these ‘issues' tend to start popping up.” [15:52] “This [back to reality] stage really sets the foundation in so many ways for the rest of your relationship.” [17:09] “Please believe people when they show you who they are.” [17:28] “It is more of a success to leave a relationship that is not for you than to stay in one that you don't want to be in.” [17:41] “Often, in this [decision-making] phase, you are figuring out if your lifestyles in the big picture are compatible.” [20:55] “I truly hope that you do not settle for being happy enough.” [21:30] “If something is not serving you, if it's harming you, you don't have to be in it.” [22:13] “This [settling down] phase feels very privileged.” [23:25] “The reality of long-term sexual/romantic relationships that have a sexual component is that the sexual relationship is going to ebb and flow.” [25:18] “When you have an empty cup, it is so hard to pour out.” [26:47] Connect with Rachel Wright Website: https://rachelwrightnyc.com Instagram: @thewright_rachel Twitter: @thewrightrachel WIN A FREE INTIMACY AFTER DARK DECK! Get 30% OFF the NEW After Dark Deck! Use Promo Code: Rachel Get your Zumio Discount! Call to Action Please if you love this episode, and know someone else who is a passionate soul on a mission just like you share it with your friends and others. To help this podcast grow please leave an iTunes review and don't forget to subscribe.
This week we are joined under the oak tree for a soak with DJ and artist, Mia Moretti. A Bay Area native, Mia grew up in an alternative household in Northern California where creativity flowed. Her childhood was colored by her parents' culture of freedom and exploration, encouraging Mia to follow her dreams of moving in the big city rhythm. In her childhood home, there was always music and jamming, but as someone who didn't play instruments or sing, Mia had yet to find her place. Moving to LA at 18, Mia found herself fully immersed and comfortable in the music scene at clubs, where tracks ran wild into the night and she explored sound in her own way. This is where the story begins, as Mia thrust herself into the nightlife, absorbing the energy of the space and people around her. This is where she learned to embrace DJing as a means to transform people through the power of musical storytelling.Starting to DJ at a young age in influential scenes, these opportunities pushed Mia to learn the art of vinyl. This acted as a form of training that would develop her own personal style and develop a niche sound, distinguishing her from others in the field. Mia tells us how her desire to become a curator in the music industry stemmed from her love of seeing the agency that DJs hold over an energetic group of people, and how the DJ's role was to lead them on a specific journey through the night, guiding people in and out of moments of bliss. To ground herself in what can be a hectic part of the nightlife world, she takes action by writing poems (like she did during the pandemic), setting rituals for herself during long weeks, and wiping away fear by embracing her authentic self in her curation. Music has become a way for Mia to transform the emotions, moods, and energies on the dance floor. We dive deep into her philosophy on the control DJs have over set and setting within the spaces they take over. With an inclusive mindset, Mia fosters community with her sound through beats that ask us to let loose, get outside of ourselves, and listen in to the quirky sounds that might pop into her mixes. As we discuss healing our childhood wounds through the modern-day experiences we create, we unveil how these moments of angst shaped the way Mia now approaches the world with a feeling of embodiment and forging her own path in life. As she continues to study, conceptualize, and experiment in her life, Mia invites us to drop into her poetic world of melodic tunes and learn about the backdrops of her life - the elements that influence her philosophies and artistic output. Mia reminds us that, at the core of her belief system, is a deep knowing that music and the earth have the power to connect us back together. Soak in these wisdoms now with our inspiring friend, Mia Moretti.To join Secular Sabbath membership, you can find us at secular-sabbath.com/membership. Joining grants you access to our Inner Circle community of sensory-exploring like-minded people, where you can gather with us locally in LA for monthly meet-up experiences, and pop-up events around the globe, and partake in our exclusive ambient online community. Ready to dive into the dialogue deeper? Join us on our Discord channel.See what we get up to at @secularsabbath.
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Many of us dream of staying as young as possible as long as possible - the dilemma is which pills, potions, programs are going to help us doing this? Trained in paediatrics, Dr Norman Swan was one of the first medically qualified journalists in Australia, with a broadcast career spanning more than 30 years. He currently hosts Radio National's The Health Report and co-hosts Coronacast. He also reports on 7.30 and is a guest reporter on Four Corners; appears on The Drum and is an occasional host of Radio National Breakfast. Dr Norman Swan has ventured into the area of longevity, and his latest book, ‘So you want to live younger longer?' is the ultimate guide on what you can do at any age to stay young and healthy longer. We dive into the research around movement, nutrition, supplements, and for me the reminder that our brain and body are deeply connected as we navigate ageing means that how we feel, think, and level of perceived control over our experiences are just as important. No matter what your age, So You Want to Live Younger Longer? gives you the information you need to make your own choices without wasting your time and money This is a great conversation that I know you'll get as much out of it as I did. Soak up the insights, and thinking from Dr Norman Swan. Key Peeps: Host & Producer: Ali Hill @alihill Guest: Dr Norman Swan @norman.swan Book: https://www.hachette.com.au/dr-norman-swan/so-you-want-to-live-younger-longer-the-ultimate-guide-to-longevity-from-australia-s-most-trusted-doctor
Tj & Krystal sit down to go over how to be healthy with your nuts, & what happened since the last episode to our other host Alex "Dynadeath" Milberg! Radio Version: Tj Kirgin @Sig_Glockincolt, Alex @dynadeathmilberg, and Krystal Stone of @krystalstonefitness ------------------------- Thank You to All Our Sponsors That Made This podcast possible, and shitheads like YOU You can listen to the show on the following channels in their respective areas KRTK 93.3 FM, K283CI 104.5FM, & KMOV 104.3FM-In the STL area KLPW 107.3 FM-In the St. James area 100.7FM- in the East STL IL. area You can also catch this on the AM channels 1010 & 920 AM in the MO / IL area --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/contra-radio-network/support
Tj & Krystal sit down to go over how to be healthy with your nuts, & what happened since the last episode to our other host Alex "Dynadeath" Milberg! Radio Version: Tj Kirgin @Sig_Glockincolt, Alex @dynadeathmilberg, and Krystal Stone of @krystalstonefitness ------------------------- Thank You to All Our Sponsors That Made This podcast possible, and shitheads like YOU You can listen to the show on the following channels in their respective areas KRTK 93.3 FM, K283CI 104.5FM, & KMOV 104.3FM-In the STL area KLPW 107.3 FM-In the St. James area 100.7FM- in the East STL IL. area You can also catch this on the AM channels 1010 & 920 AM in the MO / IL area
On this, the final episode of Season 2, your Close Friends are getting real about what it takes to launch and sell on Instagram! And who could be better to share wisdom than the absolute Queen of Launches, Manu? We're diving deep into strategy, mindset traps to avoid, and achieving the balance between quantity AND quality. Soak it all in until next season! For more info + resources, head to https://www.closefriendsnofilter.com/ (https://www.closefriendsnofilter.com/)
News story on Bible camp leader performing an excorcism makes me think I heard this story before at a script table read. Dude in Colorado thinks he's healthy by drinking and even soaking his own eyeballs in his urine. Transcript: Announcer: SNEEZE! With James Whittingham. james: Just had a few sour cream and onion Pringles. They were hidden in the couch by my partner who didn't want me to eat any because she knows that will eat them all till I die. I don't love them that much, but really, it's the flavor, it's the mouthfeel, it's the coming back for the extra goo. And it makes me thirsty. I want to be thirsty. So I had a few to me. So I hydrate better, right? That's why I did it. I wasn't hungry, really. I mean, it was arguably hungry. Little bit. Christian Clemq sent me another fucking message. This is the guy. This is the bastard who sent me a message last week. Now he sends me another one. And I have not listened to it yet, so let's listen to it together. I hope it's good. Sir Weddingham. dude. You didn't have to include my message. But okay, well, you did. Why do you keep sending them to me? Like, hearing themselves? This is what you sound like. I don't and I just got back from the club friday and Saturday I work at the club. Was I shocked? I was like, oh, new sneeze. Fuck, it's me. Yeah, you said, this is what happens. For the recognition. And thank you for recording something. I do enjoy your podcast always, and please do it weekly. Just don't blame me. Okay. All right. That's pretty good. Did you fake that? I can't fake a sneeze like that. Did you sneeze on command? That's impressive. Yeah, so sorry about that. I didn't know I wasn't supposed to play it last week or this week. That's why I didn't listen to it. See, you send me a message, you get on my fucking podcast. I don't care. You cross the street, you might get hit by a car. You send me a message. You might be on my podcast. This is an old lesson that goes back dozens of years, well, to the beginning of podcasting, which I started back in 2003. A lot of people said Adam Curry started it. No. And The Godfather podcasting I started. It also started Facebook and a number of other things. Yeah. Lawsuits are still pending. So thank you, Christian, for getting me to broadcast. This is the first time that I've broadcasted two weeks in a row. A good thing there. So I was saying last week, I think I thought, why didn't mention this week, my wife partnership stepped in to help her sister, whose partner did not help her, and took her to the hospital when she needed medical care. And she had to spend her whole day and night doing this. And she was stressed out and there were problems. She lost her phone. It slipped out of her pocket. Slipped out of her short pocket. And immediately she knew it was lost. And I went and I tracked it right away. And it was at a homeless shelter, basically. I went to the homeless shelter and the battery in my laptop died and I couldn't track it anymore. There was long stories trying to get into her account to track it from her phone and we lost it. So she put up a this is a month ago, she put up a sign in the homeless shelter because she was talking to the homeless shelter people and outside the homeless shelter because she wanted her damn $800 phone back and we don't have the money to replace it. So nothing happens in a month. And two nights ago the phone rings at 140 in the morning. And I've only listened to it at 140 in the morning, so I've not listened to it since then. I don't expect to be surprised by this. I'm going to play it for you because I have a message here. Where would I find the message? I think in my yes, you received a voicemail message at 01:42 a.m. It's 23 seconds long. Let's listen to it together. Hey, bro, I see you lost your Samsung. But if it was an Apple, well, it could still be lost because they can hack apples now. What a fucking loss. An Apple hack. I better get my new shit cost. What the fuck was that? It made more sense to be at 130 in the morning than it did now. What the hell? What the hell is wrong with people? Apples can be hacked. Fuck him. You know, fuck. I don't care if you're homeless or not. You can't do anything with that fucking phone. What are you going to do? Sell it for the chip in it or what? I mean, you can't sell a fucking phone for anything. Nothing. Not even a taste of meth. What are you taking someone's phone for? Fuck. You guys bicycling back and forth. I saw them too. As I was sitting outside the the homeless shelter. I saw the motherfucker running away on his bike. Yeah, I'd like to punch him in the face, but I'm sure a thousand other people punched him in the face. I'd like to to punch a homeless person in the face. Do you know how much grief my wife goes through these days? You know how shitty her old phone is? She has to carry an auxiliary charger around with her. It's pathetic. She refuses to buy another phone because she's putting herself through this guilt thing of losing it in the first place. So she's not going to she shouldn't have lost it. Fuck him. And it was locked. It was locked and it was shut down. And apparently the Samsung, they shut them down and the telephone company and they can't be used again. Turning to the news, I have to turn somewhere. So this is weird. I got a friend named Lordine. He's a film director and did Wolf Cop and the sequel to Wolf Cop. Another wolf cop. That's what it's called. And other things as well. He's continuing to struggle to make films. And hello, if you're listening and hello to your lovely partner who goes by the name of Dee because she doesn't like to be mentioned in public. So hello, D. It's weird to hear your name, isn't it? I'm always going to table readings over the decades with Lowell, and I feel like something in the news, I had already read at a table read one of his scripts because he's a genre filmmaker for the most part. Here where I live in Saskatchewan, Canada. We have a very embarrassing situation here. The headline reads, we all believed he was possessed. Says Boy, who witnessed exorcism as Saskatchewan Bible Camp. So that's in the national international headlines because there was a forced exorcism by the Bible camp. What do you think happens at Bible camps? They go canoeing and then talk. Jesus. No, it's exorcisms. It's pain. It's sodomy these are what's going on in Bible camps. So many places. You drive along the road near a resort and it's like this Bible camp this way. Where are these fucking Bible camps coming from? And when did they get this free prime property to have these Bible camps? Did God give it to them? No, the church had sway 100 years ago, and they got all these stupid Bible camps, and now they're conducting exorcisms at them. This guy, this camp leader, had been fired from other camp duties, apparently. He said the demons had infiltrated the camp. It doesn't infiltrate non Bible camps, which is kind of funny. It just infiltrates actual Bible camps. So, yeah, it was real. We believed he was possessed by multiple demons, not just one. Fuck. I've been possessed by a demon, but not multiple demons. Come on. And they said it was a spiritual hotspot. This Bible can fuck. This is such a good movie. The thing is now, if my friend makes the movie that he wanted to make, it's going to be like somebody's going to sue them saying, you stole our idea. Well, I can vouch for you now, and I'm willing to go to court, put my hand on a Bible, demons and all, and say that my friend Lol had this idea before this actually happened. At least a version of this idea. The problem is you have to have child actors. Child actors in a small budget film. You have to have a Gazillion dollars. You have to have Tom Cruise money before you can afford child actors because they only work so many hours and they get good ones. You have to search far and wide around the world to find them. So it's an expensive proposition. Yeah, that's traumatic. And these poor kids were abused without actually, they're not going to press charges, though, because why do that? So the man who did exorcism calls himself an apostle, the 13th apostle. He has business cards. The guy gives out business cards saying he does exorcisms. You imagine you might have a clown at a party. That's a kid's party. But say you have a bachelor party in the old days, you'd get a stripper, right? Which is not politically correct anymore, never was, but it's not now. Why not get an extra system and he can come and decide who's got the demons in them. And it's the guy who wanted to have the strippers. Of course, you could just do that and go ahead with a full that would be fun. I'm disappointed this guy is going to be shunned by society now because that would be useful. Pardon me for a minute. I have to dust something. I refuse to wait any longer before I dust this, because I'm looking at it now. Usually my other podcast happens in the dark because there's video. There's no video for this. And now the light is shining on things and it's fucking dusty. My microphone stand is dusty. My mixer is dust. Look at all that dust. You can't it's an audio podcast. But if you were here, you would see dust and you would maybe oh, that's a lot of dust. Maybe Sneeze, maybe like Christian back from the club. By the way, you send me another message. It's going on the fucking podcast. Do you hear me in Germany? Do you hear me, boy? It's going on the podcast. Don't send me a message. Can't you type? Did you lose your fingers in the war? The great masterpiece and exorcism incident where they've chopped off by the Bible camp to get rid of the urge to bastard. David Spade, apparently is a former SNL comedian and he's disappointed SNL now. He says SNL died when what's her name is Hillary Clinton singing Hallelujah. After Trump won, it seemed to work. It was a tough time. Of course, anything would have worked for me. I was just, you know, sick. Sick like hell. All my Trump fans are deleting my podcast now. That's okay. I don't want to get political, but fuck you. Political as I got. Fuck you, Trump fans. Fuck you. Fuck your mother. Fuck your mother's dog. Fuck your mother's dead dog. Fuck your rat. Fuck the rat under your mobile home. Fuck it. Fuck you all. That's what I have to say about that. Wednesday demons were the only topic of conversation at the top, and they were all anxious, not accustomed looking for the demons. I'm sorry. It's the yelling of the speaking in tongues before declaring the demon purged. If you don't speak in tongues and scream, the demons not pursue. I found that myself. You know, you just have to do a lot of screaming. This is like violating of the soul. It's good for you. It's good to get the demons out and the boys coward. This is not funny. This is real shit. This is not far off. This is right around the corner. There are people here and they all partook. This stupid camp boy now sees he was deceived. Yeah, he's got Satan in him. I'm going to look up urine, okay? We haven't done that in a while. I haven't looked up urine in the news. I'd like to take the first news story of a Google urine man drank his urine every morning as a natural cure all and also uses it as a foot. Soak an eye bath. Okay? I don't care what you soak in your soak. Your junk in there. You can get peed on in the Russian hotel room. I don't care. But when you're soaking your eyeballs and urine, that's where I draw the line. He admits he clashed with a housemate over the smell. His name is Brother Sage. And why wouldn't it be? He's 68. He's from Colorado. He drinks his urine every morning. He believes urine is a health cure all, uses for football, eye, bass, and soaks himself. And charges this is charges $345 to teach people. Not 350, not 300, $345. So he's up making a lot of money without hitting that 350 mark. That psychological 350 mark when you pay for someone to teach you about peak consumption. He dranks his own urine each morning. He believes it is a natural cure all, says that his bizarre habit has led to a bus stop with his housemate who was sick of the smell, wafting to the kitchen. Enough with the urine. Brother's age. Fuck. Get your eyeballs out of there. Wow. He's currently plugging a course for up to 345 for students who wish to unlock the secrets of their own urine. Here's a secret of your own urine. It's waste and you should get rid of it, okay? Unless you're on the space station and you're recycling this fucking stuff, get rid of your goddamn urine right now. Okay, pee in the bush. If you're listening to this podcast and your bladder is oh, God. Okay, I'm going to throw up here. There was a picture from drinking of a jar. I'm gagging. I'm not usually that sensitive to stuff, but holy fuck, I almost tossed my Pringles. Jesus. Jesus, Louises, that's disgusting. I'm turning to the internet people so I can generate a list of a random object and see if a cookie jar really cookie jar? Yeah, my mother used to have a cookie jar. Well, it's still there. She's dead. The cookie jar still exists because my brother took over the house and I'm sure it's got cobwebs in it, but she would fill it with homemade chocolate chip cookies made from a crisco. This is why I'm fat. She fed me these at birth. Yes. And then I became proficient in getting to the cookie jar from downstairs because, damn, I'd like to cookie. She got peckish. You have a cookie right there sitting there all the time. What else are you going to get? An apple? The fuck is an apple? Those cookies were there, but our floor squeaked. Horrendously in our house. It wasn't that old of a house, but the floors weren't well done, and they squeaked. And I wasn't the lightest of people like I am now, but I wasn't light. But I found, like, a minefield, and they were a minefield because one squeak and you gave up. You just pretended you were getting a glass of milk and went back downstairs. But if I could navigate the minefield to get through all the squeaks, it was like a ballerina. I was, like, on toes and tiptoeing and dancing around, and I got really good at it so that I would not make any squeaks at all and I could get to that cookie jar and get in there and have all the cookies I wanted. But sometimes I would screw up and it would squeak and I would say, no, she didn't hear that. She'd always hear it and come running. It's too late for cookies. Fuck, yeah. Really good at doing so much so that I almost I have high arches. The high arches helped. It just makes your foot flexible. You have a heavy step. It's flexible, right? It get some spring to it when you have a high arch. Let's look at another object packing peanuts. It reminds me both of sex and food, and there's neither. It's an object that you put in an Amazon. No, you don't put them in the Amazon package, but they put that in packages. And what do you do with them? They just blow away into the wind, into somebody's yard and some bird's gullet packing peanuts. The third one. What's it going to be? It's going to be random paper. We ran out of paper the other day. It's amazing. What it's like to be out of paper. It's not good. It's worse than being out of toner, because you have the toner, you can do something with it. The toner is the expensive part, but it's impotent. Your toner is impotent. Your inkjet, your toner supplying. Your printer can't do anything without the paper. Nothing. The paper is important, and yet it is, in itself, the cheap part of the situation here. And you can't do anything without it. The ink just sits there. You know you can do it. You can print a whole photograph of just one sheet of paper and it can't be wrinkled. You can't put a used piece of paper into your printer. It will jam up, and you'll lose it for life. All right, let's do the Random Disease Generator. It's time for a random disease. There we go. And it is a lot of syllables. You know, I can't do this. I'm not good at this. Perry. Venus. Hey. Actually, that wasn't too bad. Perevenis. I'm guessing it's vascular in some way. Encephalopirometis. Okay, I can't say it. There's one too many syllables in there. If there was one less syllable, I could say it. There's too many at the end. I just get tripped up. I don't know what that is. I'm going to find out, though, because I'm googling it right now. Let's discover together it is an autoimmune pathological hallmark of acute disseminated encephalomic, or Alepriliolitis, let's call it adem is characterized by brief but widespread attack of inflammation in the brain and spinal cord that damages myelin, the protective covering of nerve fibers. This is one of those diseases that you didn't know about, isn't it? And you're thinking, now I know about something else that can go wrong with me. Well, here it is. The symptoms include rapid appearance beginning with encephalitis, symptoms such as fever, fatigue do we really need a random disease of the week, James? After a pandemic, do we really need that? Weakness to the point of paralysis difficulty? Long term prognosis is generally favorable for most individuals. Recovery begins within days and within six months. The majority of Adm patients have total or near recoveries. Others have mild to moderate lifelong impairment ranging from cognitive difficulties, weakness, loss of vision, or numbness or severe cases can be fatal, but it's very rare. Okay, well, we stayed good news story there. That's good. We're going to do a Google News search for penis. This is from Ghana Web. It's in very small text, so I'm going to expand it. And the headline is this I don't get aroused when I massage clients, testicles and penis as therapist. A massage therapist who specializes in testicular massage, edna Dee Dee something or other. I can't handle these names. She's Indian and there's just too many suffers because too many vowels. In short, she has said that rendering testicular massage to men sometimes gets some men to attempt to take advantage of her. According to Edna in an interview with blogger Zionfeeliax, this all ensued when she started delivering home service massages to some of her clients outside their office. I don't get around, she says, but it depends because before I used to offer a home service, I realized it wasn't favoring me. I was not favoring me because some people wanted to take advantage of me and others, it's really not because of the prostate, they just wanted to see me. She exposed. She also added that when she picked up what she thought was going on in her favor, she stopped offering home service therapies and chose to work from her spa only in the claims that at her spa she has bouncers who handle sneaky men who attempt to take her for granted. When she is going about her work with Argi Desiccals. She's a bigger woman too, by the way. Some of these men, they start touching themselves and that's okay, but I chose to do it to my spa instead. So on that side, at least I have a bouncer and you can't do anything to harm me. And that's all. There's a whole new story on this, the fact that this is like an onion piece, but it's not. It's just this woman says that she's a massage therapist for testicular massage. I don't know where I stand. I'm a pervert iVERT with the biggest, but I just don't get it. Not a hard massage. If you had blue balls, would it help? Probably make it worse. They'd be sore. I don't understand. Anyway, that's what I got to leave you with now, right? This whole idea of massage. Sneeshow@gmail.com one word email@example.com you can contact me. Speak, pipe.com, slash. Sneeze leave a voicemail. Especially if you're in Germany and you want to leave me a message. Yeah, be on the show. Talk to me. Testicular massage. I mean, the massage, by its nature, is not gentle. I don't know. I don't know. You know I can listen to this article, right? Listen to this article now. Massages to some of her clients outside of her office. I don't get aroused. But then it depends. Because before I used to offer home service and realized it wasn't favoring me. It was not favoring me because some people wanted to take advantage of me and others, it's not really because of the prostate. They just wanted to see me. She disclosed. Just a quick word from our sponsor. This is Jay Zeniham. Listen to my podcast. you. Thanks for listening! Be sure to follow/subscribe for more episodes! My links Send me an online voicemail now! https://www.speakpipe.com/sneeze James on Twitter This podcast on Twitter James on TikTok My YouTube comedy channel Even more James links: https://linktr.ee/whittingham My other podcast: The Clean Energy Show Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Tj & Krystal sit down to go over how to be healthy with your nuts, & what happened since the last episode to our other host Alex "Dynadeath" Milberg! Radio Version: Tj Kirgin @Sig_Glockincolt, Alex @dynadeathmilberg, and Krystal Stone of @krystalstonefitness ------------------------- Thank You to All Our Sponsors That Made This podcast possible, and shitheads like YOU You can listen to the show on the following channels in their respective areas KRTK 93.3 FM, K283CI 104.5FM, & KMOV 104.3FM-In the STL area KLPW 107.3 FM-In the St. James area 100.7FM- in the East STL IL. area You can also catch this on the AM channels 1010 & 920 AM in the MO / IL area
Embark on a magical journey through the universe of sound guided by the Vibe Wizard herself, electric violist Martha Mooke. Martha has created musical arrangements for the likes of Phoebe Bridgers and Sturgill Simpson, performed alongside Elton John and Philip Glass, and is a trailblazer in strings education. Explore the philosophy of improvisation, listen to host Andy Reiner muse about goals, and shatter doubt from the heart with a throng of electric strings. Hear Martha Mooke connect the body to the mind. Soak in soothing modern soundscapes and learn how to become the youest you.
Brought to you by Green Mountain Payments - helping local business owners save thousands of dollars by providing complimentary credit card processing equipment and zero cost credit card processing. Visit greenmountainpayments.com or posandzero.com today! Lifting Boats and Trails, is Rising Tide. Their Maine Island Trail Ale continues to support the Maine Island Trail Association's efforts. For more head to https://thebrewermagazine.com/how-rising-tide-is-boosting-its-support-for-maine-island-trails/ Soak in This, Marge. In Reykjavik there is now a beer spa! Watch out for trolls, the real kind, and check it out at https://www.foodandwine.com/travel/beer-bath-reykjavik-edition-spa Capping Off Rum Month with the Ocho! BACARDÍ Reserva Ocho Rye Cask Finish. More at the press release https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/bacardi-rum-unveils-new-limited-edition-premium-variant-with-the-release-of-bacardi-reserva-ocho-rye-cask-finish-301613581.html #Bacardi #Ocho #Rum #collaboration #collab #collaBEERate #risingtide #maine #ME #trails #spa #soaked #tub #reykjavik Remember to like, comment & subscribe. Stay safe, drive sober and support the booze that supports your local community. Find me online - social media profiles & links at https://BoozebuddyUpdate.com Learn more about your host and voice over talent The Real Voice - Mel Allen at https://TheRealVoice.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boozebuddy/support
We're only a week out and the Rippy Woz Finals Ramp Up has begun! Cop this: the 2012 World Champ and Pipeline Master Joel Les Parkinson reckons we're heading for an all-Aussie quinella. FARKEN BEWDY OR WHAT?!! Soak it in Swellians, if anyone knows... Parko's nose.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Time. It's seems to be moving quicker every year, it's something we wish we had more of, and we are intrigued by those who you use it wisely. In this episode we're going to dive into strategies and tools used by some of the worlds most successful people. Dr Amantha Imber is an organisational psychologist and founder of behavioural science consultancy Inventium. Amantha's thoughts have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Entrepreneur and Fast Company, and in 2021, she won the Thinkers50 Innovation Award, which recognises the thinker who has contributed the most to the understanding of innovation globally over the last two years and was the first Australian to do so. Amantha is also the host of the number one ranking business podcast How I Work, where she interviews some of the world's most successful people about their habits, rituals and strategies for optimising their day. Over three years later, with over 3 million podcast downloads, she has interviewed more than 150 bestselling authors, musicians, entertainers, entrepreneurs and business leaders, to get inside their heads and understand the routines and rituals that enable them to achieve their purpose. In Time Wise, Amantha brings together all the gems she's learned from her conversations with guests, including Adam Grant, Dan Pink, Cal Newport, Mia Freedman, Turia Pitt, B.J. Fogg, Sandra Sully, Kochie, Gary Mehigan and Gretchen Rubin, to name just some. She is also the author of the bestselling books The Creativity Formula and The Innovation Formula. In this episode we unpack how ways of working has changed, especially across the last few years. Why having an experiment mindset changes how we look at our habits, and how this approach has guided Amantha and her team to have a 4-day work week. This conversation will open up your thinking on how you use your time - it certainly did for me - and provides practical strategies you can put into place today. Soak up the intrigue, insights and inventive approach to living a big life from Dr Amantha Imber.
CPA Head Football Coach Ingle MArtin joined 3HL to talk about his son playing in the LLWS, how he is helping his football team prep for tonight's game, how the kids study while in Williamsport and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Katie recaps the connection between soul healing and being set free from infirmity. She also shares some incredible testimonies from her miracle events that will build your faith, and provides a soak session at the end so you can receive healing as well! Don't miss out! For more about Katie's healing ministry, visit katiesouza.com/miracle-ministries
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Productivity and peace are words that you don't often find strung together. You're either feel productive in doing 'all the things' OR you feel peace in rest and relaxation. But what if you could bring both of these together and truly live productively peaceful days? Days where you're accomplishing things, but remaining in the Peace of God though it all. In this episode Sasha shares 5 Scripture verses to help you focus on productivity in the Peace of God. Sasha believes that in order to experience true peace, the peace that is beyond our own understanding or creation, that it must come from the Price of Peace. Soak in that peace by listening to these scripture verses about getting things done so that you can accomplish all that God has before you today from a place a peace in your heart and soul. Then join us in the Intentional Momlife with Jesus Community on Facebook to share your favorite verse and how you're implementing it into your productivity today. https://www.facebook.com/groups/IntentionalAbundance Your host Sasha Star Robertson is an Intentional Living & Biblical Mindset Coach for busy Christian moms, wife of 13 years to her best friend, boy mom (blessed by adoption), travel addict, and Jesus freak. She is the founder of The Intentional Abundance Co., curator of the Life & Goals Planner, & host of the Intentional MomLife with Jesus Podcast. Would you benefit from having a coach helping you live Productively Peaceful days digging into Faithful Foundations, Purposeful Priorities, Mindset Mastery, & Simple Selfcare? This question is rhetorical, everyone would! Schedule a consult with Sasha to learn more about the IAM Coaching Program and to see if you'd be a good it. https://calendly.com/intentionalabundanceco/iamconsult
With their third studio album if I never know you like this again (Rough Trade) the album details happy accidents to heartbreaking experiences as it flows through the singer's life through the last few years. Watch a full performance of stripped down songs from the album in the Indie Lounge as well as an interview with Host Alisha Sweeney.
‘Take the Waters' and Soak up the History in Hot Springs! This episode of Big Blend Radio's "Vacation Station" Travel & Leisure Show features travel writer Debbie Stone who tells us about her adventures in Hot Springs, Arkansas that include Hot Springs National Park, Bathhouse Row, Gangster Museum of America, Garvan Woodland Gardens, various galleries, dining destinations, and Hotel Hot Springs. See her photos and story here: https://nationalparktraveling.com/listing/take-the-waters-and-soak-up-the-history-in-hot-springs/ Debbie Stone appears on Big Blend Radio every 4th Tuesday.
Soak up these last few days of being defending National Champions. In two short weeks, the Dawgs begin their war path to become back-to-back champions. The Dawgs tee it up against Oregon in Atlanta for the Season Opener. It's hard to believe it's finally here. We don't know about you, but we are ready for tailgates, cold beers, barking fans, night games in Sanford, and all the pageantry that comes with the greatest sport in the world. Welcome back, Dawg fans. Let's run it back. Follow here for updates: Instagram: @callingthedawgspod Twitter: @callingdawgs Facebook: Calling the Dawgs Podcast Youtube: Calling the Dawgs
Back on Air LivestreamWe can't believe it has been nearly 4 months since our last “official” show release. Even though it was part of the plan, we're now getting a bit stir-crazy. It's time to get back on air.For those that missed it, we got most of the gang together at the JSS Information Center for a livestream back on July 29th. For those of you that missed it, we've cleaned up the audio and made it buttery smooth for your podcast-listening pleasure this week. If, however, you're keen to take in the show in its entirety along with the all-too-rare visual component, you can watch that on our YouTube channel here. (Feel free to subscribe while you're at it, as well).This week Sebastien Lemoine, Christopher Pellegrini, Rebekah Wilson-Lye, Chris Hughes, Cindy Bissig, and Justin Potts all pull up a seat at the bar to:Kampai! (2:56)Share stories from (up and) down time (7:50)Ponder the significance of Justin's beverage selection (26:18)Consider our cloudy reunion (30:28)Soak up Big Chris' haiku skills (31:03)Double down on doburoku (36:57)Announce new shochu regulations (47:50)Inquire about snazzy gentleman attire (48:56)Fire off an industry trend lightning round (51:14)Try to determine what awamori tastes like (57:55)Attempt to define French sake vs. “rice wine” (1:00:50)Discuss some favorite Tohoku sake (1:04:20)Collaborate on collaborations (1:08:28)Confirm the seemingly endless expansion of sake breweries making more than just sake (1:14:10)Explain fruity shochu (1:21:10)We're as busy as ever at @sakeonair on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. If you're curious to know what it is the cast and crew of Sake On Air are up to or are eagerly awaiting hints about what we've got coming down the pipeline, be sure to follow along with any or all of the above. If you'd like to share your thoughts or questions with the hosts, please reach out to us at email@example.com.Next week we'll be starting our mini-series highlighting sake-inspired travels experiences in different regions across Japan. For all of our listeners out there with Japan plans on their horizon, these are not to be missed!Be well, stay tuned, and until next week, kampai!Sake On Air is made possible with the generous support of the Japan Sake & Shochu Makers Association and is broadcast from the Japan Sake & Shochu Information Center in Tokyo. The show is brought to you by Potts.K Productions with audio production by Frank Walter.Our theme, “Younger Today Than Tomorrow” was composed by forSomethingNew for Sake On Air.
Gentlemen, I am thrilled to share this conversation with you today. If you've been following the podcast, a question that comes up fairly often in various forms is: How do we stay emotionally centered and live our purpose while being so intensely focused on achievement? If we're unable to answer this question, we won't be able to show up at full capacity for ourselves, our children, and our spouses. Today's guest is Jairek Robbins, who believes work should support our life, not the other way around. Jairek found success in life through trial and error. Ultimately, he envisioned his dream life and wasn't afraid to give everything to see it become a reality. During his journey to becoming one of the top performance coaches in the world, and a loving father and husband, he had to wrestle with the doubts and insecurities that tried to pull him back. He also had the pressure of following in his father's footsteps, one of the legends in the field of personal growth, Tony Robbins. In this episode, we dig into Jairek's upbringing and what it's like living with two high-achieving parents, the importance of mindset in overcoming life's obstacles, and the steps for mapping out your dream life. Jairek Robbins Podcast Highlights Not every strategy we use with our kids is applicable in every stage of their lives. Find out how Jairek learned this through his relationship with his dad. What was the pressure like growing up with Tony Robbins as a father? Don't be afraid to suck at things. Embrace the suck, and in time you'll become great. Soak up the mindset, habits and routines of people you spend the most time with. But choose wisely! Judge people according to their actions, not their words. Your dream life starts with mapping out your dream day. What does the perfect day look like to you? Get the Full Show Notes Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/349 Want to learn more about Front Row Dads? We are in the business of building better families. While most dads would say that family matters most, the challenge is they feel guilty knowing their careers get the best of them, and their family seems to get the rest of them. We help Dads become family men with businesses, not businessmen who have families, so they can thrive personally AND professionally. Subscribe to the Front Row Dad podcast to learn about fatherhood, marriage and how to level up your game at home, or if you're ready for the best coaching and true brothers to grow with, Join The Brotherhood! Are you getting all the shows? Subscribe today! Want to leave a review? THANK YOU! http://FrontRowDads.com/review
For the first time in months - literally months - all three of the guys were back together in the studio! They had a lot to catch up on, and a lot to talk about because it's really turning into an interesting August. Listen in to find out why!As usual, this episode has lots of info and tips, but the real treat is listening to how many times this thing tried to go sideways. Are you ready to laugh? If not, take a moment to prepare yourself...Here's your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: Jeff's favorite fishing shirt for sun protection is the hoodie version from Huk Gear. They have the best selection at Hagan Coastal Outfitters!Here's your Ring Power CAT tip of the week from Dave Edwards: Cast net maintenance - Hand Wash net in a bucket of water/Spray Nine. Rinse good. Soak in fabric softener/water overnight. Rinse, hang dry = Like new net!Here's your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week: Spice up your foodie life with these sliced medium heat jalapeños from Mezzetta! Go "hot" if you like… but you may regret it later!!
Show Notes:0:47 - South Florida 0:50 - Berea, Kentucky0:53 - Appalachian Mountains2:47, 2:58, 3:19, 4:25 and 4:35 - T-shirt quilts4:42 - Bernina 4:47, 4:58, 5:15 and 5:24 - QuiltCon 5:38 - Longarm League 5:57 - Longarm Quilting World Facebook group 6:14 - Bernina longarm quilting Facebook group 6:19 - Q-Matic longarm quilting Facebook group 6:32 - Krista Schneider of Krista Stitched (@kristastitched)6:38 - Young and Millenial Quilters Facebook group 7:07 - Bernina longarm quilting Facebook group 8:13 - Bernina 8:27 - Q-Matic 8:40 - Bernina 10:07 and 10:43 - Quilt police 10:23 - Burn Book 13:06 - QC (quality control)14:07 - Soak flatter spray 16:02 - Unrolling the quilt off the frame16:17 - Leaders on longarm machine16:56 and 16:58 - T-shirt quilts17:02 - Berea, Kentucky17:11 - Charm square 17:20 and 17:55 - T-shirt quilt18:34 - Michelle's IG post on teaching 4th graders18:42 - Lexington, Kentucky 19:06 - Applique 19:07 - Hand quilting 19:08 - Machine quilting 20:33 - Florida23:07 - EQ824:48 - Lessons in Chemistry podcast25:08 - Flute25:09 - Piccolo25:14 - Lacroix, Lime flavor25:26 - Drunkard's Path25:46 and 25:50 - Jen Hewett25:59 - Fabric Bubb26:00 - Kristina Green of Fabric Bubb26:11 - Baptist Diamonds26:42 - Frankenbatting26:57 - Instagram Quilt Swap28:16 - Bernina28:44 - Aurifil Thread 30:21 - Unrolling the quilt off the frame30:53 - Krista Schneider of Krista Stitched (@kristastitched)31:02 - QuiltCon 31:22 - Longarm League 31:38 - Jen Hewett31:45 - Latifah Saafir31:50 - QuiltCon 31:57 - Corinne Sovey 32:29 - Drunkard's Path32:56 - National Parks and Monument Junior Ranger badges33:04 - High Everglades National Park33:11 - Ford at St. Augustine in Florida33:19 - Florida33:22 - St. Augustine 33:34 - Contra34:13 and 34:49 - Mary of Mary Go Round Quilts (@marygoroundquilts - Listen to episode 25 to learn more about her)34:36 and 35:03 - Christina of Such A Pretty Fabric (@suchaprettyfabric)35:10 - Orlando of Quiltysaurs (@quiltysaurus)35:33 - Longarm League35:34 - BerninaFollow Michelle:Instagram - @quilts_madewithlovehttps://quiltsmadewithlove.com/Follow us:Amanda: @broadclothstudio https://broadclothstudio.com/Wendy: @the.weekendquilter https://the-weekendquilter.com/Anna: @waxandwanestudiohttps://www.waxandwanestudio.com/Quilt Buzz: @quilt.buzzhttps://quiltbuzzpodcast.com/Intro/Outro Music:Golden Hour by Vlad Gluschenko
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Hey Sis, Today's episode is a little different. I hope you don't mind. In the hustle and bustle of life, it's hard to slow down and take care of ourselves. Everyone needs something from us. They are depending on us. The world wants us to show up for them, but what about us? God is dealing with me in this season to make sure I take time to fill my cup. I am constantly pouring out to others, so my cup has to always be filled. While He was dealing with me one night, I felt Holy Spirit nudging me to go record. This episode is just one of encouragement, reminding you that you alone are enough! We can't get caught up in the performance trap. We don't have to perform for God. He wants you to know He loves you just the way you are. Even in this season of heartbreak, you are enough! And especially in this season of heartbreak, He wants you to take a moment to sit at his feet and connect with Him. Take a real moment for yourself when you listen to this episode. Really listen to my words. Soak in it! And don't worry! I'll make sure you get a bonus episode this week to even things out
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BONUS: Beat the summer heat with this classic episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Join your hosts as they revisit their review of the 1960 summer staple, “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini” by Brian Hyland. Soak in all the summer fun while we discuss oversized novelty swimsuit cover-ups, mean girls who can count to four, and shame-induced hypothermia. So get out of the locker and slip into this classic episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST.Continue the conversation; follow THE STORY SONG PODCAST on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@Story_Song), Instagram (storysongpodcast), and Facebook (thestorysongpodcast).THE STORY SONG PODCAST is a member of the Pantheon Podcast Network."Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini” by Brian Hyland (from the album The Bashful Blond) is available on Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Deezer, Pandora, Spotify, or wherever you listen to music.
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