Every day we hear about "Blue Light", all of our media devices, and what it can do. Blue light keeps people awake. We are constantly on our media devices and so we get plenty of blue light! Is there an alternative to blue light that can help? This episode discusses the surprising effects of "Red Light" and other colors in relation to "Blue Light". A change of light color in your environment can affect so many things! Find out in this episode! Today's sponsor for the episode is Stello Mints! To find out more visit: https://www.stellomints.com/ (https://www.stellomints.com/). You can get 15% off your order of https://www.stellomints.com/ (Stello Mints) by using the code "REWIRED" You can watch the podcast on YouTube too! Watch videos, listen to more episodes, or request the additional services offered by visiting: https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (https://www.rewiredfit.com.) https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (Need a Podcast Editor?) I offer audio engineering services, https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (Need a social media post designer?) I offer social media design services Stay in touch with us on all of our Social Media! Click the link to the one you want to visit. Podcast Website: https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (https://www.rewiredfit.com) https://the-rewired-fitness-podcast.captivate.fm/youtube (YouTube) https://my.captivate.fm/www.facebook.com/rewired.adhd.fitness (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/rewired.fitness (Instagram): https://www.instagram.com/rewired.fitness (@rewired.fitness) Support the Podcast Through https://www.patreon.com/rewiredfitness?fan_landing=true (Patreon) Support this podcast
Chris and Angie talk about their experiences with Metroid Dread and Halo Infinite, respectively. The last Smash Ultimate character is announced (some people are excited). Surprising no one Elden Ring gets slightly delayed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mostlynormalgamers/message
Adele's prize possession is -- at the very least -- weird, if not shocking...and James Corden had to make himself look like a crazy person to get it. Plus Khloe Kardahsian says one of her sisters has a superpower that we don't know about.
History is told, it is said, by the victors. And so it is in regard to Richard Nixon. We all know how his presidency ended. What too few of us recall or bother to learn is how it started. In his new The Last Liberal Republican: An Insider's Perspective on Nixon's Surprising Social Policy (UP of Kansas, 2021), John Roy Price details how in Nixon's first few years in office, the President ardently tried to lead from the middle to eradicate the widespread poverty that had so characterized his own upbringing. It is a view of Nixon and a big-tent, policy-driven Republican Party that few of us would recognize today. Part policy history, part political history, part memoir, John Roy Price's account of his time in the White House from 1969 to 1971 is an important corrective to simplistic views of Richard Nixon and the current Republican Party. Daniel Peris is Senior Vice President at Federated Hermes in Pittsburgh. He can be reached at DanielxPeris@gmail.com or via Twitter @HistoryInvestor. His History and Investing blog and Keep Calm & Carry On Investing podcast are at https://strategicdividendinves... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
History is told, it is said, by the victors. And so it is in regard to Richard Nixon. We all know how his presidency ended. What too few of us recall or bother to learn is how it started. In his new The Last Liberal Republican: An Insider's Perspective on Nixon's Surprising Social Policy (UP of Kansas, 2021), John Roy Price details how in Nixon's first few years in office, the President ardently tried to lead from the middle to eradicate the widespread poverty that had so characterized his own upbringing. It is a view of Nixon and a big-tent, policy-driven Republican Party that few of us would recognize today. Part policy history, part political history, part memoir, John Roy Price's account of his time in the White House from 1969 to 1971 is an important corrective to simplistic views of Richard Nixon and the current Republican Party. Daniel Peris is Senior Vice President at Federated Hermes in Pittsburgh. He can be reached at DanielxPeris@gmail.com or via Twitter @HistoryInvestor. His History and Investing blog and Keep Calm & Carry On Investing podcast are at https://strategicdividendinves... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
History is told, it is said, by the victors. And so it is in regard to Richard Nixon. We all know how his presidency ended. What too few of us recall or bother to learn is how it started. In his new The Last Liberal Republican: An Insider's Perspective on Nixon's Surprising Social Policy (UP of Kansas, 2021), John Roy Price details how in Nixon's first few years in office, the President ardently tried to lead from the middle to eradicate the widespread poverty that had so characterized his own upbringing. It is a view of Nixon and a big-tent, policy-driven Republican Party that few of us would recognize today. Part policy history, part political history, part memoir, John Roy Price's account of his time in the White House from 1969 to 1971 is an important corrective to simplistic views of Richard Nixon and the current Republican Party. Daniel Peris is Senior Vice President at Federated Hermes in Pittsburgh. He can be reached at DanielxPeris@gmail.com or via Twitter @HistoryInvestor. His History and Investing blog and Keep Calm & Carry On Investing podcast are at https://strategicdividendinves... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography
The Good Game is BACK! Shareholders are taking control, Taco Bell is charging electric cars, and a meteorite shows up in a surprising place. Stay tuned for our very serious predictions about Facebook's new name!
We've talked a huge amount the past 18 months, for obvious reasons, about the way that white blood cells protect us from infection. But red blood cells – it's probably among the earliest things I learned in human biology that they're simple bags for carrying oxygen around the body. But over recent years, immunologist Nilam Mangalmurti, University of Pennsylvania, has been finding several clues to challenge that dogma – including molecules on the surface of red blood cells known from other parts of the immune system. The Last Ice Area, home to the oldest and thickest ice in the Arctic, is expected to act as the last refuge for ice-dependent wildlife as the rest of the Arctic melts. Kent Moore, University of Toronto-Mississauga, tells us that the formation of a 3,000 square kilometre rift in the area means the ice is not as resilient as we once thought. Also on the programme, an obituary for the renowned Dutch climate scientist and physicist Geert Jan van Oldenborgh (October 22, 1961 – October 12, 2021), and, Dominique Gonçalves, Gorongosa National Park, explains how ivory poaching during the Mozambican civil war led to the rapid evolution of tusklessness in African elephants. Image: Confocal microscopy of CpG-treated human RBCs stained for Band 3. Credit: Mangalmurti Lab / Nilam Mangalmurti, MD) Presenter: Roland Pease Producer: Samara Linton
Before Mac of Halfway Anywhere thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in 2013, he struggled to find useful information about the trail. Sure, he read anecdotal thru-hiking accounts. But what worked for one person might not work for him. Mac wanted data. So after completing the trail that year, Mac started a PCT survey to gather that data for himself. The results both somewhat dismayed him while at the same time, proved quite useful. For example, one of Mac's many findings suggested that hikers wildly underestimate how much a thru-hike costs. In fact, underestimating thru-hike finances proves to be one of the primary reasons people abandon their hike.After Mac thru-hiked the Continental Divide Trail in 2017, he started a survey for that trail as well. Surprising to many, the CDT mostly sticks to well-defined trail. But unlike other long trails, the CDT provides numerous “alternates” that hikers can take to supplement or supplant the official route. Mac was able to get surprising figures about these "alternates" as well as tons of other useful data for future CDT thru-hikers. On today's episode of Out and Back, Mac weaves his eight years of survey data together with his first hand observations to illuminate how the PCT and CDT have evolved over the past decade. Hint: he doesn't think it's all been for the better. He also dishes out his controversial view of trail angels and trail magic. Plus, Mac explains why he hates the word “tramly” (aka “trail family). Finally, you may have noticed the elephant in the room: Mac has not thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail and does not conduct an AT survey. In fact, Mac swears he will never hike the east's longest trail. He explains why he feels this way...and of course...Shanty will try and change Mac's mind about it...A self-proclaimed random guy on the internet, Mac has no proven validity to his findings. But he's here to help prospective thru-hikers actually glean information that will be useful in their monumental undertaking. Mac may not be a scientist, but he thinks with the precision of one, constantly trying to refine and improve the surveys with each iteration. If you're planning on thru-hiking the PCT or the CDT next year, sign up to take the survey when it becomes available. Comb through the vast PCT and CDT survey data on Mac's website, Halfway Anywhere. You'll also find all types of useful insight and analysis, including gear guides for both the PCT and CDT. Sign up for Mac's newsletter, and follow Mac's adventures on Instagram. Make sure to check out the Out and Back podcast page on Instagram, too!And remember, podcast listeners get a Discount on a Gaia GPS Membership!
Brady Tkachuk debuts Thursday night against Erik Karlsson and the Sharks. Karlsson still doesn't lack for confidence. There's clearly no love lost between he and Mike Hoffman. they got into a little as San Jose pounded Montreal 5-0. The finalists are 0-4 while Buffalo – expected to be doormats – have begun the year 3-0. Jack Eichel can't be loving that. NHL legend Mike Bossy is dealing with lung cancer.
Welcome back to The Suitcase & The Scribe with Mike McKenna and Scott Burnside! There was plenty to discuss on today's show, with the NHL now in full swing across North America. So much in swing that Canadian and US teams can now actually play against each other. One of the most surprising teams in the NHL is the undefeated Buffalo Sabres, who an ageless Craig Anderson is backstopping. Continuing in the surprise category, Mike and Scott dove into the Detroit Red Wings and how they are getting Tampa Bay vibes from the motor city. Of course, if you're talking about surprises, disappointments come with that too; and the number team on that list right now are the Montreal Canadiens. The Chicago Blackhawks joined the Canadiens on the list, which leads to how long will Marc-Andre Fleury call Chicago home? Finally, Mike let his feelings be known about the Evander Kane situation, and Scott expresses the bravery of the Hayes family to reveal the issues regarding Jimmy's passing. You can hear all of that and more on episode three of The Suitcase & The Scribe.
The guys review Week 7 in CFB (Purdue upsets #2 Iowa, LSU upsets #20 Florida and then Coach O agrees to resign); Week 6 in the NFL (JAGS get their first win, Cardinal rout the Browns); MLB Playoffs (Braves take a surprising 2 game lead in the NLCS) and Golf (Rory wins his 20th PGA Tour title.)
Hello everyone, and welcome back to another brand new episode of Because I Can Life!After a week-long break, I am back, and more pumped than ever. And it's not just because I'm suuuper excited about today's subject!Speaking of which, today, I'll be discussing one of my all-time favorite things: Influencer marketing!If you've ever listened to me talk, then you know how much I love influencer marketing. That's because it really works! But, what should you do if influencers aren't responding to you?Today's guest, the brilliant Jake Kelfer, will be answering that exact question for us!Well then, what are you waiting for?Tune in now! Key TakeawaysIntro (00:00)Jake's backstory (04:21)Jake's books (06:40)More about Jake's third book (10:04)Business is truly about relationships (14:41)The differences between the world's best (19:00)Surprising things about successful entrepreneurs (22:19)How to create a connection online (25:21)Asking the right questions (33:11)Top takeaways (38:17) Additional Resources To get in touch with Jake, go to his Instagram here.Get Jake's book, The Elevated Entrepreneur, here.Connect with Alison:Facebook: @alisonjprinceInstagram: @alisonjprinceLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/alisonjprince/>>>Click here to join the $0-100k Program!
Have the last few months somehow turned into years - and you're left feeling like you're floating aimlessly? This ongoing lack of focus and defaulting into decisions can leave us feeling purposeless. Well, it's time to break the patterns that are keeping you stuck because you're worth so much more than that. On today's episode, Mary is inviting on best-selling author, speaker, and sought after business coach for women entrepreneurs, Tanya Dalton, to the podcast. In Tanya's most recent book, On Purpose: The Busy Woman's Guide to An Extraordinary Life of Meaning & Success, Tanya aims to challenge you to shake the foundations of how you view your world and start to step into new opportunities that perhaps you didn't realize were there. Mary and Tanya chat about: How to identify brain patterns that keep us believing we don't have options The ACTUAL opposite of being STUCK, and how to step into it The delightfully simple and extremely effective practice to break old habits Why because it's ‘always been this' doesn't mean ‘it will ALWAYS be this way' Friend, if you're feeling stuck without a way out - begin to recognize: you're already in pain in your current state - don't delay the process to stop and recognize these patterns. And today's episode will show you exactly where to start. Because the painful parts of your story do not need to be regret, but a springboard of resilience. Grab Tanya's book here! https://tanyadalton.com/onpurpose
This is an interview I have wanted to bring you for a long time. In August 2019 my best friend got the diagnosis every woman fears. Breast cancer. True to her character she handled her diagnosis and treatment with courage and took advocacy over her recovery. I'm happy to report that she is now cancer free and thriving. Many of the things she learned during her journey including some that started years before her diagnosis will shed light on subjects that are not commonly talked about when it comes to breast cancer prevention. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is obviously a good time to have this discussion but as I say every year, awareness is great but prevention is the key. What you'll learn by hearing Tresa's story is inspiring but will also help you when it comes to your own prevention. There are things to look out for and be aware of as well as surprising questions to consider asking your doctor during your yearly mammogram appointment. Tresa also sheds light on certain things your doctor likely doesn't discuss with you about breast cancer prevention including whether or not you should have a breast ultrasound in addition to your yearly mammogram. Links & Resources Mentioned: Free 3 day challenge: Kick The Sugar Habit!: https://kellybonanno.com/sugarsmackdown The Body Harmony Method Group Program & private 1:1 coaching are open for enrollment! >>> Click here for details
Today, burnout among dentists and their teams is at an all-time high. For that reason ... ... you might think that now is the wrong time to drive change in your practice. However. The right kind of change may save your practice from burnout. Without losing patient flow, team members or profitability. That's the subject of our latest Double Your Production Podcast. Listen now to discover: How to implement change without compromising your core values Know the “Why” behind all effective changes The key to getting amazing results right out of the gate 5 steps to creating lasting change And more ... Listen now or read the transcript on our website, www.theteamtraininginstitute.com/podcast
Arsenal Fan TV is one of our favourite football channels on Youtube, because their videos are always unfiltered. They changed the game when it comes to football fan representation on Youtube and social media. Arsenal Fan TV, or AFTV as they call themselves nowadays, became famous for rants by Arsenal fans in 2013. Since then it has grown into a little football media empire. If you've never seen or heard one of these rants, you definitely should.The man behind it all is Robbie Lyle, AKA Don Robbie. We want to know everything about the rise of AF TV, and the struggles Robbie had to deal with along the way. So we reached out to Robbie to get the full story. It's an inspiring story about Jamaican immigrants, reggae, football banter, Arsenal, racism, hard work and building your own media empire. - See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For a change, Mark doesn't have a guest for today. Instead, he answers questions he would have liked interviewers to ask him. And part of that is, he highlights some important ideas and insights inside his new book with the title of 'Win Keep Grow: How to Price and Package to Accelerate Your Subscription Business.' Join us in this episode as we get to preview some of the golden nuggets in Mark's newest book. Why you have to check out today's podcast: Find out the important revenue buckets you must manage in subscriptions, so you maximize revenue Find out the three essential value levers that companies who are running subscriptions should have to manage and think about to arrive at a good pricing decision Discover four ways to grow your customers, so you increase revenue "One of many things I find fascinating about subscriptions is that many subscription companies have figured out I have to go win customers, and I have to go keep customers. But far too few have figured out, hey, I really should spend time growing customers. And the real reason for that is it's not urgent." - Mark Stiving Topics Covered: 01:05 - Why Mark wrote the book 'Win Keep Grow' 02:13 - The three key parts he considered when he wrote the book 03:05 - What he would do if he would rewrite the book and why 04:10 - How traditional businesses differ from subscription type ones 04:42 - Important three value levers that he built into the book 08:56 - Four ways to grow a customer 11:09 - Something fascinating about subscriptions 12:11 - Mark's recommendation to companies Key Takeaways: "What I found fascinating about these three value levers is they seemed obvious to me as I'm working on subscriptions. And then you step back and say, Well wait, all three of those value levers are crucial for every business, we just don't stop and think about them that way." - Mark Stiving "If we can target a really clear market segment, and we can build a product around that market segment, we can create the right packaging for it; we could have the right pricing metrics for it, then that market segment might have a higher willingness to pay. We'll be able to keep them longer, and we'll be able to grow more revenue from them. So, it just makes a ton of sense for us to be focusing a lot on market segments in our subscription world. But we should be doing that in our traditional business as well." - Mark Stiving "The fact that we're constantly in contact with and helping and delivering value to our current customers gives us the ability to package our products in a way that we can continue to grow our revenue." - Mark Stiving "If we charge for the right things, and our customers use more of our product because we're charging for the usage of our product, they end up paying us more. But what's really important about that is, as our customers use more of our product, they're getting more value. It's okay that they pay us more. It isn't like we're trying to gouge them; we're simply saying to them, hey, as you get more value, you pay us more money. And that seems really reasonable." - Mark Stiving Connect with Mark Stiving: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/
Becoming a homeowner is a big goal for so many people. It is part of the American dream. But is owning a home always better than renting? This episode begins with some interesting facts that may make renting more attractive. https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/so-you-think-owning-a-home-will-make-you-happy-dont-be-too-sure/ Also, here is the link to the home ownership/rental calculator: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/upshot/buy-rent-calculator.html What is your consciousness? What does it mean to be you? I know it sounds a little out-there - but I want you to listen to Anil Seth. He is a professor of cognitive and computational neuroscience at the University of Sussex, Author of the book, Being You: A New Science of Consciousness (https://amzn.to/3DvkibU). Listening to this conversation will really make you think about how you experience the world and why your experience is so different than everyone else's. Did you know that for many breeds, dogs are living shorter lives than they did just 10 years ago? Surprising huh? Also, there is new research about what is most effective to help your dog live a long and healthy life. Listen as I discuss all of this and more with veterinarian Dr. Karen Becker author of The Forever Dog: Surprising New Science to Help Your Canine Companion Live Younger, Healthier, and Longer (https://amzn.to/3aBK0yQ). She also describes how she found a dog that lived to be 30 years old and the reasons for such a long life. Air fresheners supposedly clean the air and get rid of odors. But do they really? Are they even safe? Listen as I discuss what the EPA says about commercial air fresheners and what you need to know to keep your family safe. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360132316304334 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! We really like The Jordan Harbinger Show! Check out https://jordanharbinger.com/start OR search for it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Go to https://backcountry.com/sysk to get 15% OFF your first full-priced purchase! Get $15 off your first box of premium seafood when you visit https://WildAlaskanCompany.com/Something Grow your business with Shopify today - go to https://Shopify.com/sysk right now! Omaha Steaks is the best! Get awesome pricing at https://OmahaSteaks.com/BMT T-Mobile for Business the leader in 5G, #1 in customer satisfaction, and a partner who includes benefits like 5G in every plan. Visit https://T-Mobile.com/business 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance! https://geico.com Happy GEICO-ween! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andy Farnsworth joins KSL-TV to help audiences decipher #WhatToWatch for the weekend of October 15, 2021. With a couple of things for a grownup audience and some choices for the kids in the family as well, there are choices to make when it comes to consuming entertainment. The Last Duel is a brutal movie that might be difficult to watch despite the big-name cast and its epic scope. Over on Hulu, Dopesick is a new true-story miniseries about the beginnings of the Opioid Epidemic in the United States, which might make you start thinking about Big Pharma the same as Big Tabacco. For younger audiences, The Baby-Sitters Club on Netflix is back for season two in eight new episodes on friendship, adventure, and the personal journey of growing up. For more creepy kid fair head on over to DisneyPlus where the Just Beyond anthology series inspired by R.L. Stine's imaginative writings takes audiences down supernatural stories of self-discovery and Goosbumping potential. Beyond Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Gaming and Tech, the brains behind Fan Effect are connoisseurs of categories surpassing the nerdy. Brilliant opinions and commentary on all things geek, but surprising knowledge and witty arguments over pop culture, Star Trek, MARVEL vs DC, and a wide range of movies, TV shows, and more. Formerly known as SLC Fanboys, the show is hosted byAndy Farnsworth andKellieAnn Halvorsen, who are joined by guest-experts. Based in the beautiful beehive state, Fan Effect celebrates Utah's unique fan-culture as it has been declared The Nerdiest State in America by TIME. Listen regularly on your favorite platform, at kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL App.Join the conversation on Facebook @FanEffectShow, Instagram @FanEffectShow, and Twitter @FanEffectShow. Fan Effect is sponsored byMegaplex Theatres, Utah's premiere movie entertainment company. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you ever wondered what it looks like to be an Animal Behavior Researcher? Emily Bray from the Arizona Canine Cognition Center joins Colleen and Jim in this episode. Emily takes our hosts through her process of working with puppies, tells them how the research is functionally applied and shares some of the activities she takes the working dogs through as well. Episode Highlights 1:26 - Meet the first guest of Season 2 Emily Bray from the Arizona Canine Cognition Center & Canine Companions 2:30 - The work that Canine Companions early development center does. 4:35 - Emily's process and her early work in animal behavior studies. 6:30 - Surprising behaviors discovered during the maternal studies. 10:05 - Jim & Emily reflect on how important the maternal work being done benefits all dog owners. Plus, where Jim has recently referenced the work. 12:30 - Why these long-term studies are so challenging to complete. 17:00 - The benefits of these long-term studies and why it's worth being patient for them to be completed. 18:00 - Emily goes deep on the cognitive research she's been conducting on working dogs. 23:00 - How this research get's functionally applied in the real world. 26:00 - Jim points out how specialized puppy raisers' intuition and years of experience play a part in all of this. 31:00 - Jim invites Emily to share her recent publications from the data she's collected. 33:00 - 3 tasks used in recent testing and what the results helped us understand. 38:00 - Thinking about Blake, Colleen reflects on the daily tasks her facility dog would and would not be suited for. 40:45 - Jim and Emily talk through what makes positive and negative outcomes, and how a working dog's characteristics play a part. 43:30 - What happens when a working dog isn't the right fit for the originally intended working environment. 45:15 - Emily share's what it's like to work with these cute dogs all day as a professional animal behavior researcher. If you'd like to know more about the work Emily does you can follow her website at https://www.emilyebray.com/
Vitamin D plays an important role in the body, supporting everything from immunity to thyroid health. But there's a good chance you have insufficient levels of this sunshine vitamin, and the supplements found at the grocery store may not be enough. If you are struggling with inflammation, depression, or hypertension… Make an appointment to check your vitamin levels, and take control of your health! Tune in today to hear… How a weak immune system led me to check my vitamin D level What a sufficient vitamin D level is for your body Symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency And more! Mentioned in this episode: Vitamin D Complete Magnesium Restore Related Resources: 10 Top Reasons to Increase Your Vitamin D Intake Vitamin D Q&A: What You Need to Know About Vitamin D Supplements Essential Supplements for Supporting Your Immune System Three Must-Have Supplements to Reboot Bone Health
The Arizona Cardinals come to town perfect, 5-0 type perfect. When describing their offense, Zastudil used the word "explosive" and said that both the Browns and Cardinals are built similarly. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Articles On-The-Go, Hank Balch examines the menagerie of items being sterilized in surgical instrument trays and the reasons they should be left out. "Because they have no validation and no IFUs, they have no place in our sterilizers or on our sterile storage shelves, and definitely no place touching our patients." Tune in to hear what surprising items show up on the list! #sterileprocessing #wefightdirty #safetyfirst #sterilization
PFF analysts Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson go through their top rookies who have surprised them by either over- or underperforming expectations through five weeks of NFL action. Do you agree with their picks?
One of the most common fears in the insomnia world is the fear of going insane. In this episode we see that the fact that this is a common fear and that it is perfectly logical given the circumstances lead us to a surprising conclusion: worrying about one's sanity is evidence of sanity.
How many times do you pick up your smartphone each day? Surprising statistics about how much we're engrossed in these devices, and something else to think about. // Both Androids & iPhones are being invaded by various types of malicious apps. 10 million got hit with fake charges on their cell phone bills. Learn the number 1 way to know a rogue app is lurking & how to protect yourself from this growing type of spyware. Ask Clark topics include: What Is a 403(b) / Umbrella Insurance / 401(k) Rollover / How To Find and Choose a Financial Advisor / How to Protect Your Phone Against a SIM Swap Attack | WIRED / CDARS® has been renamed IntraFi Network Deposits. / Clark Deals 2021 Sweepstakes Want more money advice? Sign up for Clark's free daily newsletter! Free Advice: Clark's Consumer Action Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the busy fall games season and we've got a LOT to talk about, from Forza Horizon 5 preview impressions (spoiler: it's absurdly good) to Back 4 Blood first impressions, the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy remasters being real, Ubisoft's latest uninspiring announcement in Ghost Recon Frontline, and more. Plus a special show announcement!
I am 100% here for the actions, the strategies and the practical things that you can do to make more money and sign more clients, right?I'm sure that's not surprising to you at this point.That's why this week I'm sharing two of the most amazing practices that have allowed me to not only show up in a more magnetic way, but to also be able to magnetise more money & clients to me without using more effort. Straight off, these 2 hacks may not seem related to business and how you can magnetise more clients your way, but they are actually really deeply related to how you show up and bring in more clients.These 2 hacks are going to really help you step into the next level of your power and build your confidence in your ability to draw in your humans. I really tried to keep it short and sweet for you this week my loves, but incorporating these two practices has really helped me to focus my energy in a more productive and actionable way.I have seen this come back to me 10 fold time and time again so of course it was about time I shared them with you.Let's Dive In!LINKS:Website: https://www.elisedanielle.com/Instagram: @elise_danielle_Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/purposedrivenbadasswomen
It's no easy task to follow in the footsteps of George Washington. But author Nathaniel Philbrick did just that — albeit 229 years later. For his latest book Travels with George: In Search of Washington and His Legacy, Nathaniel followed George Washington's 1789 tour of the country and pieces together the story of how one man traveled to 13 colonies in an effort to understand — and ultimately unite — them. On the pod, Nathaniel talks about how retracing George Washington's travels helped him understand the U.S. president as an individual far more complex than the figure he presents on the dollar bill. He also parallels the current state of the United States to the country as it was in 1789, and what he thinks George Washington would say if he saw the state of our union today.
Do you ever stop to ponder the role your personal identity and culture play in your travel experience? How about the role travel plays in your identity and culture? This week travel expert, vlogger, speaker, and influencer, Ravi Roth, shares the unique insight he's gained in traveling to 34 countries with the goal of exploring and embracing Queer culture for his new travel series Ravi Round The World. Listen now to get a first-hand account of how Queer culture and Pride have manifested throughout the world, learn about some of the best destinations and must-do festivals around the globe, gain insight into the ever-changing meaning and experience surrounding Pride, and be inspired to make a difference in the world. How have you come to understand your own identity better through the lens of travel? I'd love to hear your insights and hope you will share them by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Check out Zero To Travel Premium Passport. This episode is also sponsored by US Bank's Altitude Connect Visa Signature Card, with the ability to earn up to 5x the points on travel-related expenses like hotels, and rental cars, this card will get you the most return on your next trip. Today's episode is also sponsored by the amazing folks over at Wildly Goods which helps to keep me (and my feet) ridiculously comfortable and blister-free through all seasons. Tune In To Learn: 11:00 What Ravi's 14-year old self would say about his life today 13:20 The transition from growing up in small-town Pennsylvania to a life of travel 17:15 Why connecting with the locals can fuel your passion for travel 19:30 What inspired Ravi's Road to Pride 24:50 How the meaning of Pride is constantly evolving 27:30 Ravi's advice surrounding safe travel and mindfulness as a Queer traveler 31:30 Surprising discoveries about Queer culture around the world 33:30 Finding balance between work and travel when travel is your job 36:20 The key elements of a good story 38:30 Memorable off-camera experiences 43:10 How can the average person be an ally and support the LGBTQ+ community 45:40 Advice for the younger generation and Ravi's own coming out experience 50:10 Ravi's Top places to travel, best festivals, & more tips 56:30 Reflections on what is really important in life And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport Altitude Connect Visa Signature Card & Wildly Goods - Today's Sponsors Check Ravi's website Watch Ravi Round the World & The Gaycation Travel Show Follow Ravi Roth on Instagram Location Indie Want More? How Travel Can Improve Your Mental Health w/ Gilad Gamiel Personal Freedom, Creativity, and Capturing Travel with Simon Mulvaney How Words Can Shape Your Life w/ Stephanie James
This latest episode in the ‘Dior Talks' podcast series broaches the topic of heritage. In it biographer and journalist Justine Picardie speaks with Maria Grazia Chiuri, Creative Director of Dior women's collections, about the parallels between Monsieur Dior's burst of creativity brought on by his emergence from the trauma and privations of war and the moment in history through which the world is currently living. The importance of the founding couturier's relationship with his younger sister Catherine - coincidentally the subject of Picardie's new book ‘Miss Dior: A Story of Courage and Couture' - is explored as more than simply a familial relationship. Instead, the pair discuss how so many aspects of Monsieur Dior's creativity and the long-established House codes that resulted can trace their source to this sibling bond. The fortune-telling and tarot cards that would shape so many of Monsieur Dior's decisions - and inspire the House's various creative directors, right up to Maria Grazia Chiuri today - grew from an initial fascination with the divinatory arts to a key source of comfort and hope when Catherine was imprisoned during WWII and all contact with her vanished. After she was freed and found, these emotions would be translated into the New Look, a sartorial reflection of optimism that produced extraordinarily architectural clothes that balanced an idea of protection with one that celebrated feminine and floral beauty. A keen gardener, Catherine would go on to cultivate flowers in the south of France, near her brother's summer estate, that would provide ingredients for several of the House's famous fragrances. This fascinating exchange, delving into the overlapping and layering of occurrences and inspirations, pulls back the curtain to plumb the hidden and unnoticed depths of the Dior heritage story.
Photo: Illustration shows the arrival of a guest at a suburban family's home on Christmas eve; the guest is welcomed, given a drink and a large meal where he carves the turkey; then, after the children are put to bed, he helps decorate the Christmas tree, reviews building plans while standing in the snow at midnight, sleeps under a pile of blankets, wakens at 5:00 A.M. on Christmas day to a "chorus" of children playing musical instruments and cries of delight over their Christmas presents, he is fed a huge breakfast, after which he pulls the children on their sleds. Finally, he announces that he must get back to the city and makes his departure, only to be left sitting on an outdoor bench, in the cold, at the "Welcomehurst" train station. Illus. in: Puck, v. 66, no. 1709 (1909 December 1). @Batchelorshow What of the surprising Quinnipiac polling of the suburban Independents? @DevinNunes CA-22 #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/president-joe-bidens-approval-rating-hits-new-low-in-latest-quinnipiac-poll/ar-AAPd2SQ
There's a lot of advice out there about how to stop scrolling on social media. And if it hasn't been working for you, this episode will help you understand why and what to do instead. I'm not perfect and definitely have my moments when it comes to social media - but I scroll significantly less than I used to and the advice I share in this episode is why. If you're a perfect In This Episode You'll Learn: Why perfectionists struggle to stop scrolling social media 3 things you need to know before you try to stop scrolling 5 uncommon pieces of advice that will help you stop scrolling Why deleting social media apps won't make you less addicted to social media Practical things I do to make it easy to scroll social media less often. Featured In The Episode: Episode 269 - 4 Secrets To Easy Content Creation Join the PGSD waitlist - samlaurabrown.com/pgsd Sign up for FREE daily Perfectionist Power-Ups - https://samlaurabrown.com/power Follow me on Instagram @perfectionismproject
This new Jeopardy! host is best known for playing neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler on The Big Bang Theory, but she has a rich life outside of her acting career too, as a teacher, mother — and a real-life neuroscientist. Steve learns more about this one-time academic and Hollywood non-conformist, who is both very similar to him and also quite his opposite.
Today on the show I am talking about one of the possible root causes of your endo belly – coeliac disease. Now, before you turn this podcast off because you think you don't react to gluten, I am literally begging you to listen. I have noticed a trend in my clients to dismiss coeliac disease as a possibility, because they don't have immediate reactions after gluten. But – here's the thing, the reactions from gluten are not always obvious and they don't always happen straight away. So, if you're bloated all the time, tired all the time, maybe you have diarrhoea regularly or gas, or constipation, or maybe you don't have any gut symptoms at all – but you have brain fog, fatigue and achy joints, then it may be down to coeliac disease. And these symptoms don't just have to occur after straight after gluten. In fact, according to the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, coeliac disease is a “delayed hypersensitivity reaction where symptoms develop 48-72 hours after ingestion” of gluten.(1) Now yes, some people with coeliac disease will experience symptoms soon after eating gluten, but for others, it's a couple of hours or even longer, as demonstrated here. So just because your symptoms do not show up straight after gluten, that doesn't mean you do not have coeliac disease and in fact, if you tend to eat gluten daily, and you tend to feel unwell daily – maybe you have chronic fatigue, for example - then this could be the result of that delayed reaction, just blurring into the next, because there's little time between each serving. Additionally, the NHS states that symptoms can actually be mild and can come and go, so the signs of coeliac disease may be inconsistent(2). Your reactions to gluten do not have to be severe for you to have coeliac disease, for example, my brother was hospitalised with severe abdominal cramping and vomiting when he was diagnosed, whereas my sister literally said she was just “fed up of feeling nauseas”. And here's why it's important to get checked. In the UK, only 30% of people with coeliac disease have been diagnosed(3), and it is estimated that 500,000 people are walking around with undiagnosed coeliac disease.(4) In America, 83% of people with coeliac disease are undiagnosed.(5) And it's not rare either. In the UK, 1 in 100 people have coeliac disease (3) and in the USA, 1 in 133 people have coeliac disease.(5) And as you can see from these stats, the majority of them don't know they have it. And if you have endometriosis, the chances of having coeliac disease is higher. Research has identified a strong association between endometriosis and coeliac disease. Coeliac disease patients were found to be almost twice as likely to develop endo in research(6) and studies have found that people with endometriosis are significantly more likely to develop coeliac disease.(7) To add to that, coeliac disease is a co-condition of small intestine bacterial overgrowth(8), which is a condition where normal bacteria which should be found in the large intestine, are growing in the small intestine. And SIBO is at present, estimated to affect up to 80% of people with endometriosis(9) and is a root cause of the endo belly, because the signature SIBO symptom is bloating. So, if you have endometriosis and SIBO, this is a really strong indicator that you should get tested. Additionally, in a study of over 200 women with endo, 75% experienced a reduction in symptoms after eliminating gluten for 12 months.(10) That doesn't mean you have to be as strict as someone with coeliac disease if you don't have it, as people with coeliac disease have to avoid cross-contamination, so literally they have to have separate food prep areas, chopping boards, etc. But not eating gluten containing foods may make a significant difference to life with endo. Now, clearly, this isn't for everyone. For some people in this study, it didn't help, and we have to be careful when we talk about eliminating foods, as it can be triggering and cause issues with disordered eating, so I am not saying to just go and cut out gluten today. In fact, I actually advise against that – at least until you've been tested for coeliac disease! Then if you don't have it, I advise you work with someone to identify if gluten is a problem for your endo personally or take one of my courses where I teach you how to do that yourself, and as you guys know, The Endo Belly Course is currently open for enrolment now. So now you know the prevalence rates of coeliac disease, I thought I'd take you through some of the signs. Now, gut symptoms are often common symptoms, but some people don't have these at all and in fact, they have other symptoms that may be seemingly random or connected to endometriosis, so they dismiss the possibility of it being coeliac disease. So today, I want to take you through some surprising signs of coeliac disease to look out for: 1) Rashes. Number one is rashes and specifically, a rash called dermatitis herpetiformis. My brother developed this, but my sister didn't, and the rash turned up probably a year or more before his gut issues arrived and it's actually common for people who have the rash, to not have the gut symptoms (though this isn't always the case). The rash looks like blisters on the skin, and is itchy, red, and tends to occur on the elbows (which is where my brother had it), knees and glutes. It is only a rash that appears in coeliac disease patients and is caused by gluten, it is not a rash anyone could get and is not caused by herpes, however, it does look like the herpes virus! Of course, if you have a rash like this and you have some of the other symptoms of coeliac disease, it's worth testing for it, but you can also get a biopsy to confirm whether this is dermatitis herpetiformis.(11) 2) Number two is dental problems. Now this tends to occur if the coeliac disease developed as a child (and just be mindful that coeliac disease can develop at any age!) due to the body being unable to absorb enough nutrients due to the damage in the intestines and from my understand, also as a result of the immune reactions. Dental problems can occur as issues with the enamel and can look like discolouration, patches on the teeth, translucent areas, grooves on the teeth and potentially increased cavities. Additionally, the growth of adult teeth can be delayed too.(12) 3) Number three is mouth ulcers(13), and these would be on the side of the mouth, on the cheeks and tongue, not on the lips – so we're not talking about cold sores. These won't occur in everyone, but if they do, they'll usually be recurring and you may have a few at one time. Again, this is thought to be a result of the nutrient deficiencies and immune response to the gluten. 4) Number four is anaemia, either b12 or iron deficiency induced anaemia or both(14). And this is tricky, because this is also a sign of SIBO!(15) So again, it's easy to dismiss coeliac disease here. B12 and iron deficiency anaemia will cause symptoms like tiredness, dizziness, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, numbness in the hands and feet, mouth ulcers, brain fog and irritability to name a few.(16,17) I've linked to the NHS page for symptoms in the show notes. You can fairly easily get tested for these through your GP or online testing sites like Thriva in the UK, and I've linked to a few of them(18). If your levels are low but not deficient, it's still worth ruling out coeliac disease, because they have to get low to get deficient and if you've only just recently developed coeliac disease, it may take some time for your levels to drop. And on top of that, if you have the presence of gut problems, endo belly or any of the other symptoms I've listed, and you have low levels of iron and B12, it's safer just to rule it out. 5) Number five is infertility or reoccurring miscarriages, and I think this is an important one to raise because we often dismiss fertility problems as a symptom of endometriosis. Now if coeliac disease is diagnosed and treated (as in, a person sticks to a strictly gluten free diet, which is the only form of treatment there is) then fertility rates return to normal and are equal to someone without coeliac disease. The problem is when it's left undiagnosed, and in fact, the guidance in the UK is that people who have recurring miscarriages or fertility struggles should be tested. I mean I think they should be tested as soon as the difficulty begins, to save people all that heartache, but I guess it costs the NHS less this way. There are numerous reasons why coeliac disease will affect fertility, from disrupting hormones, causing inflammation in the body, nutrient deficiencies and so on. But the bottom line is, the only way to treat it would be with a diagnosis and an adherence to a gluten free diet.(19) 6) Number six is brain fog(20). Coeliac disease patients often report brain fog and fatigue and research confirming these reports, with MRI scans showing brain changes and damage in people with coeliac disease. This brain fog may be accompanied by memory loss, headaches, and even balance or speech problems. One small study found a significant improvement in patients with CD and cognitive impairment after a year on a strict gluten free diet(21), so there is definitely hope if this is a symptom you have and you're diagnosed! And I thought I'd raise this one because so many of us report brain fog with endometriosis, and whilst there are many root causes behind this (in fact, I have a whole episode on them) often we just dismiss it as something we have to live with. So those are a few symptoms that you may not suspect would be behind coeliac disease – and these can all occur with or without gut problems and the endo belly. Some other signs to look out for include the development of autoimmune conditions like hashimoto's thyroiditis, type 1 diabetes (which my brother developed) and osteoporosis(22). So now let's move onto testing. To accurately test for coeliac disease, you must be eating gluten daily, at least twice a day, for six weeks(23). This is because the immune system will create antibodies against gluten and that's what's being measured. If you're not eating gluten at all or not regularly, you'll get a false negative test, even if you have the disease. So, if my brother tested today, he would come up as negative, because he hasn't eaten gluten for several years. Once you've done the blood test, you'll then also be sent for a biopsy. If you're still not sure whether it's worth getting tested, I've linked to an online assessment in the show notes, which will literally create a letter to take to the doctor, if it advises you to get tested, based on your symptoms.(24) So that's it! If you have the endo belly, full stop, I advise you to get tested. And if any of these other symptoms sound familiar, I advise you to get tested too! Left undiagnosed, coeliac disease can cause serious health problems and increase your risk of multiple conditions and chronic diseases(24), and we've never lived in a better time to be gluten free, so even though it might be a hassle to get tested, it'll be worth it in the long run. I've also linked to some gluten free courses and cookbooks in the show notes.(25) Listen and subscribe on your favourite player or listen directly/download MP3 here or just listen below! Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to my free workshop: Creating a Roadmap to Endo Belly Healing Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at email@example.com or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. 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Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk Show Notes 1. https://farrp.unl.edu/resources/gi-fas/celiac-disease 2. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coeliac-disease/symptoms/ 3. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/coeliac-disease-faqs/ 4. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/about-coeliac-disease/myths-about-coeliac-disease/?&&type=rfst&set=true#cookie-widget 5. https://www.beyondceliac.org/fast-facts-about-celiac-disease-infographic/ 6. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21840904/ 7. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6601386/ 8. https://www.siboinfo.com/associated-diseases.html 9. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9660426/ 10. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23334113/ 11. https://celiac.org/about-celiac-disease/related-conditions/dermatitis-herpetiformis/ 12. https://celiac.org/about-celiac-disease/related-conditions/oral-health/, https://jcda.ca/article/b39 13. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/about-coeliac-disease/what-are-coeliac-disease-symptoms/ 14. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/about-coeliac-disease/what-are-coeliac-disease-symptoms/ 15. https://www.siboinfo.com/overview1.html 16. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vitamin-b12-or-folate-deficiency-anaemia/symptoms/ 17. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/iron-deficiency-anaemia/ 18. https://thriva.co, https://valahealth.com, https://www.letsgetchecked.com 19. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/conditions-linked-to-coeliac-disease/infertility-and-coeliac-disease/ 20. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/conditions-linked-to-coeliac-disease/neurological-conditions/ 21. https://celiac.org/about-the-foundation/featured-news/2014/07/brainfog/ 22. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/conditions-linked-to-coeliac-disease/ 23. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/getting-diagnosed/#glutenthroughout 24. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coeliac-disease/complications/ 25. https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/665647/cannelle-et-vanille-bakes-simple-by-aran-goyoaga/, https://www.arangoyoaga.com/on-demand-videos,https://www.learningwithexperts.com/foodanddrink/courses/river-cottage-gluten-free?ref=naomidevlin, https://gluten-free-baking-school.thinkific.com/courses/gluten-free-sourdough-bread, https://gluten-free-baking-school.thinkific.com/courses/enriched-dough, https://gluten-free-baking-school.thinkific.com/courses/everyday-gluten-free, https://gluten-free-baking-school.thinkific.com/courses/bao-noodles-and-dumplings, https://sweetlaurel.com
The US Senate has reached a deal to extend the debt ceiling until early December, which narrowly averted an ‘economic catastrophe'. But is this the end? Or will the crisis just re-emerge a few weeks from now? And can the Democrats finally agree on two separate major spending bills? Jonathan Freedland discusses this with Joan E Greve. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod
Urban ditching the team plane to head back to Columbus proves he isn't fit for the NFL. Nagy's been adamant that Dalton is the Bears starter all year, but surprise, now it's Fields. Both Stephon Gilmore and Jaylon Smith released, Mike breaks down why we shouldn't be surprised. Week 5 preview with some key NFC West matchups between the Rams and Seahawks, and Cardinals and Niners. Plus, a rematch of the AFC Championship between the Bills and Chiefs, and the Browns and Chargers both look to prove they're for real. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week saw the announcement of the Nobel prizes for physiology or medicine, chemistry and physics. None of them reward research connected with Covid. Roland Pease, science journalist and Nobel watcher, and Gaia Vince discuss the decisions, which some have said are controversial in this pandemic year. The BepiColombo space craft, a joint European and Japanese mission, has just completed its first fly-by of Mercury, after a three year journey. Professor Dave Rothery, a planetary geologist at the Open University, who's been involved since the early days of the mission in the 1990s, talks about what Mercury's cameras have seen and what the mission aims to find out when it finally gets into orbit around the planet in 2026. Plants remove carbon from the air during photosynthesis, and forests will be a key part of meeting our climate goals. But there's a lot of uncertainty about how forests will react as temperatures and CO2 rise. Now researchers at University of Birmingham have bathed ancient oak trees in the sort of carbon dioxide concentrations we expect in 2050, and measured the impact. Anna Gardner led the research from a forest in Staffordshire. The shortlist for the Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize for 2021 was announced last week. Inside Science will be featuring the six authors. The first is The Sleeping Beauties: And Other Stories of Mystery Illness by Suzanne O'Sullivan. She's a consultant neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, who's been described as “a detective of the mind”. Suzanne O'Sullivan specialises in epilepsy but this leads her to see a number of patients with symptoms such as unexplained paralysis or blindness. For The Sleeping Beauties, she travelled around the world investigating what is often referred to as psychosomatic illness. Sometimes whole groups of people have been affected in mysterious ways. Claudia Hammond spoke to her about the strange case of refugee children in Sweden who fell asleep for years at a time.
With NEW and SHOCKING revelations being discovered regarding the DEAD SEA SCROLLS, we can now peer deeper into the mind of the biblical authors. What some may find SURPRISING is that the authors of these scrolls were NOT ignorant of many hot topics in END TIMES BIBLE PROPHECY such as the ANTICHRIST, the TWO WITNESSES, the duties of ANGELS, and even the SECOND COMING of the MESSIAH! COUNTDOWN CONFERENCE—Pre-purchase now at DefenderConference.com for the early bird special of $85 through Oct 10th and then for $95 after that. The COUNTDOWN is revealed at midnight October 15th!!
We talk about why we should keep to-do lists in the way that's right for us (and we discuss the “Tackle Box” that give five options), why sometimes it's helpful not to fall into a routine, and we share listeners' idea for unconventional celebrations. Get in touch: @gretchenrubin; @elizabethcraft; firstname.lastname@example.org Get in touch on Instagram: @GretchenRubin & @LizCraft Get the podcast show notes by email every week here: http://gretchenrubin.com/#newsletter Get the resources and all links related to this episode here: http://happiercast.com/346 Order a copy of Gretchen's new book OUTER ORDER, INNER CALM here: http://outerorderinnercalmbook.com Leave a voicemail message on: 774-277-9336 For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to happiercast.com/sponsors Happier with Gretchen Rubin is part of ‘The Onward Project,' a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Do The Thing, Side Hustle School, Happier in Hollywood and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler. If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Yes, that was the sound of a toilet flushing and more on today's CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. This is Toby Sumpter. Today is Tuesday, October 5, 2021. AD: Did you know that more than 75% of those raised in evangelical, Presbyterian, and Reformed churches don't pursue any kind of Christian higher education? Surprising isn't it. […]
As the UK struggles with a lack of fuel in petrol stations and fresh food shortages in the supermarket, we ask: what else are we at risk of running out of? Plus, in the news, why we might be destined to succumb to the 'worst cold ever' this winter; signs that air pollution causes millions of premature births each year, and scientists peer into the past and read previously-hidden parts of Marie Antoinette's love letters... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
William Bonin is a little known serial killer who died via lethal injection in 1996 in San Quentin, after sitting on California's death row for over a decade. Surprising that he isn't more well known considering how shocking his crimes were. He was only active as a serial killer for a year, from May of 1979 to June of 1980, but he would be convicted of fourteen murders. And law enforcement was certain he killed at least another seven victims. All boys and young men. All bound, beaten, sodomized, and strangled. Bill, in his early 30s at the time of the murders, talked his victims into getting into his "death van," a Ford Econoline campervan he customized for rape and murder. He had the windows covered up in the back, and he removed the rear interior handles. And he stashed nylon cords to tie up his victims, plus knives and other torture devices. And he usually didn't work alone. He worked with not one - but four different accomplices during his murder spree. And he was one of three "Freeway Killers" active in the Los Angeles and Orange County area in the 1970s. It's another wild true crime tale on Timesuck today! We donated $15,400 this month to the American Nurses Foundation Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses. This Covid response fund provides mental health support, direct financial aid, education, evidence-based information, and overall advocacy for nurses. To learn more: https://www.nursingworld.org/foundation/programs/coronavirus-response-fund/ Watch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Nqt_rfD5u7Q Merch - https://badmagicmerch.com/ Discord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89v Want to join the Cult of the Curious private Facebook Group? Go directly to Facebook and search for "Cult of the Curious" in order to locate whatever current page hasn't been put in FB Jail :) For all merch related questions/problems: email@example.com (copy and paste) Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcast Wanna become a Space Lizard? We're over 10,000 strong! Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcast Sign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.