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The recent developments in the Israel-Hamas war as the ceasefire comes to an end. Also, the company behind the popular weight loss drug Ozempic is cracking down on other businesses' knock off drugs. Plus, shop TODAY editorial director Adrianna Brach reveals some great things to shop for this holiday season. And, cookbook author Katie Lee Biegel shares two great recipes perfect for this football Sunday.
Kate Middleton and Prince William ignore reporter questions amid royal family book racism controversy after a Dutch translator speaks out. Also, with the cold and flu season here, Dr. Natalie Azar details a few symptoms you should never ignore. Plus, Kelsey Grammer live in studio 1a to catch up and talk about the return of “Frasier.” And, TODAY fitness contributor Stephanie Mansour shares some easy exercise routines to do even when it's cold outside.
Brian Owens and his father, Thomas, became internet darlings 10 years ago with a YouTube video of them performing a rendition of “A Change is Gonna Come.” That video has gained more than 107 million views and landed them on the Today Show in June. Now, the Owenses are hitting the stage as a supporting act for jazz sensation Samara Joy. Brian and Thomas Owens preview their “Duets With Dad” show and upcoming album set to release on Father's Day 2024.
The recent developments in the Israel-Hamas war as the ceasefire comes to an end. Also, Rep. George Santos faces a vote on his expulsion today from Congress after a refusal to resign. Plus, the highlights and moments from a debate between Governor's Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis. And, actor Felicity Huffman speaks out about her involvement in the college admissions scandal for the first time.
In this raw and revealing conversation from August 2021, Suleika Jaouad, New York Times bestselling author of “Between Two Kingdoms: A Memoir of a Life Interrupted” and her partner, music legend, Jon Batiste join Hoda Kotb to talk about Suleika's cancer journey, and their life together, both the highs and the lows. At the time, Suleika was celebrating seven years cancer-free. Since then, her cancer returned for the second time.
The latest updates on the war in the Middle East as the truce between Israel and Hamas is extended for one more day. Also, remembering the life and legacy of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Plus, Elon Musk speaks out in an interview with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin amid recent backlash and controversy at his company X. And, In-depth TODAY: Survivors of the 1972 “Miracle in the Andes” plane crash recall the their struggle for survival, ahead of new of new Netflix movie “Society of the Snow.”
If you think you're having a hard time navigating vaginal dryness, painful sex, insomnia, and hot flashes, I can guarantee that if there is a man in your life, he is also having a hard time. More likely than not, he is completely in the dark about why you are having these symptoms and what he can do to help. In this episode, I sit down with Rachel Hughes, the host of Perimenopause WTF to discuss five things guys need to know about menopause. This segment was originally aired during a live webinar on The Perry Channel. Rachel and I also take questions from the audience. And no surprise, we came up with more than five things that men need to know to support the women in their lives. When and How to use lubricant. Understand that a vibrator is not a reflection of your inability to please her. It's a reflection of your ability to please her. What's with the hot flashes? Her lack of libido isn't about you. It's about the fact that she hasn't slept, sex hurts like hell and she isn't feeling great about her body changes. There is no expiration date on a vagina. How to start the conversation. To learn more about Hello Perry, visit www.heyperry.com https://perry.app.link/perimenopausewtf For more information on this topic: (Episodes the guy in your life needs to listen to!) Episode 3: What's Up Down There? Genital Dryness & Misbehaving Bladders Episode 4: Is Your Lubricant Helping or Hurting Your Vagina? Episode 8: When Painful Sex Leads to Problem Relationships with Dr. Sheryl Kingsberg Episode 16 Minimizing the Monotony of Monogamy with Dr. Alexandra Solomon Episode 41 Why Men go Missing in Bed with Dr. Stephen Snyder Episode 47 Orgasm Equality with Dr. Laurie Mintz Episode 54 What Happens During Sex Therapy with Rachel Zar Episode 78 Is Menopause Making You Moody? Lauren Streicher, MD is a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, and the founding medical director of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause. She is a certified menopause practitioner of the North American Menopause Society. Sign up to receive Dr. Streicher's FREE NEWSLETTER Dr. Streicher is the medical correspondent for Chicago's top-rated news program, the WGN Morning News, and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, NPR, Dr. Radio, Nightline, Fox and Friends, The Steve Harvey Show, CBS This Morning, ABC News Now, NBCNightlyNews,20/20, and World News Tonight. She is an expert source for many magazines and serves on the medical advisory board of The Kinsey Institute, Self Magazine, and Prevention Magazine. She writes a regular column for The Ethel by AARP and Prevention Magazine. Subscribe and Follow Dr. Streicher on DrStreicher.com Instagram @DrStreich Facebook @DrStreicher YouTube DrStreicherTV Books by Lauren Streicher, MD Slip Sliding Away: Turning Back the Clock on Your Vagina-A gynecologist's guide to eliminating post-menopause dryness and pain Hot Flash Hell: A Gynecologist's Guide to Turning Down the Heat Sex Rx- Hormones, Health, and Your Best Sex Ever The Essential Guide to Hysterectomy
Zig shares the experience of his 3 interviews on The Today Show with Matt Lauer and the unexpected friendship that grew from those interviews gone bad.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5691723/advertisement
What would you do if you were responsible for collecting over a billion dollars of receivables for MCI at the age of 32 years old. Meet Walt Pavlo who was a young MBA rising quickly through the finance ranks at the nations second largest telecom company, MCI. With a beautiful wife, two kids and a promising career, he epitomized the American dream. Pavlo's life took a dark turn when he became a willing participant in the company's efforts to hide from investors and potential acquirers a mountain of debt run up by mobsters and unsavory customers. After Walt's 41 month sentence he was a man on a mission. Walt has made appearances on The Today Show, ABC Nightline, a contributor to Forbes magazine, CNBC and Fox Business. Walt is a nationally known keynote speaker who has spoken at top ranked MBA schools, Law schools, the U.S. Attorneys Office, The FBI, the Big 4 accounting firms and major corporations across the United States. He is the author of the book, "Stolen without a Gun." Walt is the co-founder and president of Prisonology. Pavlo has a compelling personal story that portrays the intimate details of the pressures he was under when he did what he did. He leaves you with question of "could that have happened to me?" --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brent-cassity/support
Highlights from the annual lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, and the 3rd hour TODAY team make their secret Santa picks. Also, TODAY's checklist: Dermatologist Dr. Marnie Nussbaum helps strengthen your skin care routine ahead of the dry, winter season. Plus, NBC news correspondent Antonia Hylton opens up about her personal health journey and shares an important lesson for everyone. And, George Oliphant, host of “George to the Rescue,” shares some tips on how to prepare your home for winter.
The latest updates on the war in the Middle East as the truce between Israel and Hamas is extended for one more day. Also, TODAY's holiday consumer: How to effectively use the “buy now, pay later” option when purchasing gifts this holiday season. Plus, Craig Melvin and his family give back this holiday season by turning a family home into transitional housing for families in need. And, TODAY contributor Stephanie Oppenheim shares some of the best toys that will make great gifts for all children this year.
The Doc invites 3 fantastic members of the band Juice on the show! Doc and the guys of Juice talk about getting started in music, meeting up at Boston College, playing the Today Show, going on tour, touring with Flipturn, recording a new EP and much much more! Make sure to listen! Monologue (Dolly): 0:00:20 Birthday Suit 1: 13:25 Ripped From the Headlines: 18:22 Juice - Audrey Tell Me: 31:16 Shoutouts: 38:44 Leftover Headlines: 41:42 Juice Interview: 48:10 Juice - Becoming a Stranger: 1:35:30 Mike C Top 3: 1:43:13 Birthday Suit 2: 1:55:49 Birthday Suit 3: 1:57:40
Melissa Etheridge is one of rock music's great icons. She burst onto the American rock scene as a singer-songwriter in 1988 with her self-titled debut album, and hasn't left it since. Melissa has remained one of America's favorite singer-songwriters for over three decades, with two Grammys and fifteen nominations, an Academy Award, five platinum albums, and more accolades marking her prolific career. The rockstar, mother, activist and trailblazer shares her story in her memoir “Talking to My Angels”, including her battle with breast cancer, the heartbreaking loss of her son and how music has gotten her through it all. Melissa sat down with Hoda Kotb to open up about it all, sharing the lessons she's learned and how she continues to evolve, on stage and in life.
NBC medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula offers some vaccine guidance with recent cold and flu numbers on the rise. Also, NBC's Harry Smith sits down with icon Cher to catch up and discuss the release of her first ever holiday album “Christmas.” Plus, lifestyle expert Jenn Falik shares some cyber week deals that could make great holiday gifts. And, Natalie Portman live in studio 1a ahead of the release of her new film “May December.”
A US military Osprey aircraft with six crew members aboard crashes into the sea off southern Japan. Also, as the Israel-Hamas ceasefire is set to end today, talks are underway to prolong the truce to facilitate the release of more hostages. Plus, health officials are monitoring the growing number of cases of respiratory illnesses in China. And, victims of Alex Murdaugh's financial crimes address him directly in court in an emotional hearing.
A US military Osprey aircraft with six crew members aboard crashes into the sea off southern Japan. Also, five years ago, a youth soccer player was rescued from a cave in Thailand, and today, he's a college freshman in America. Plus, Melissa McCarthy is live in studio 1a to catch up and discuss the release of her new holiday movie “Genie.” And, TODAY lifestyle and commerce contributor Jill Martin Brooks with some great holiday gift options.
Hoda and Jenna finally debut their holiday Christmas song “A Carefree Christmas with Hoda & Jenna” with the help of Cheryl Porter. Also, rising star Charles Melton joins the show ahead of the release of his new movie “May December.” Plus, chef Aarti Sequeira cooks a delicious roasted salmon recipe. And, Hoda and Jenna chat with author Kehinde Fadipe, who is the author of “The Sun Sets in Singapore,” Jenna's book club pick of the month.
A brutal cold front is affecting many people across the country, with the potential of double-digit snowfall in some areas. Also, psychiatrist Dr. Sue Varma helps you reflect on your mental health in 2023 and details how to best prepare for the new year. Plus, the unexpected story of how athlete Lanny Smith went from NBA player to fashion CEO. And, lifestyle expert Amy E. Goodman shares some thoughtful and personalized gift ideas for anyone on your list.
Author and memoirist, Nefertiti Austin writes about the erasure of diverse voices in motherhood in the #1 Amazon bestseller Motherhood So White: A Memoir of Race, Gender and Parenting in America. Nefertiti's work around this topic has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, The Nation, Romper, Adoptive Families magazine, Parents Magazine, SheMedia and countless others. She has appeared on numerous podcasts and radio programs including “The Today Show”, and multiple NPR outlets. Lately, she's writing about raising her neurologically diverse daughter and jokes that adolescence is no match for menopause. Most importantly, Nefertiti is the proud adoptive Shameless Mom of two children and two Shipoos - Monsieur Lafayette and Siddhartha. Nef and I connected through a mutual friend and two time SMA guest, Debbie Reber. Debbie was kind enough to introduce us and Nef was generous enough to say yes to my invitation to come on the show. Listen in to hear Nefertiti share: What Black adoption looks like compared to typical white adoption Her intentional journey of building her family as a single adoptive mom How race and gender factor into parenting neurologically diverse children How having a neurologically diverse child changed her life in ways she didn't see coming How she has had to explore her own triggers when it comes to her daughter's behaviors How the murder of Trayvon Martin became a wake-up call for her responsibility of raising a Black son What she wants white parents to know about how Black parents or parents of Black children parent from a place of fear What visible allyship feels for Black parents and children and how white parents can be more assertive, if note aggressive, in their allyship Links mentioned: Connect with Nefertiti: Nefertitiaustin.com Get Nef's Book: Motherhood So White: A Memoir of Race, Gender and Parenting in America Nefertiti on IG Nefertiti on FB Nefertiti on X We love the sponsors that make this show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: https://shamelessmom.com/sponsor Interested in becoming a sponsor of the Shameless Mom Academy? Email our sales team at email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we re-visit a conversation with Dr. Laurie Santos, professor of Yale University's famed “happiness” course (which has been adapted into a free online course taken by 4+ million people). As we address a youth mental health crisis, the U.S. Surgeon General and Dr. Santos talk about ways college students can find greater happiness through simple changes in behavior and mindset. In a world in which we believe our happiness hinges on material or external things, creating our own happiness is within us, says Dr. Santos. Tune in and see if you can figure out where your happiness lies. The answer might surprise you. (02:04) How did Laurie Santos begin teaching about happiness? (04:28) What is Laurie Santos seeing on campuses in terms of mental health? (06:49) Why have we reached a point of crisis with youth mental health? (10:27) What do we know about external reward, achievement, and happiness? (12:14) What's driving our culture of achievement? (16:16) Can we actually make ourselves happier? (22:49) When we make changes, how can we make them last? (26:55) How can technology impact our happiness? (29:34) Can we create a culture shift toward happiness for young people? (32:29) What was Laurie Santos' “Funtervention?” (33:32) What can humans learn from monkeys? For more episodes, visit www.surgeongeneral.gov/housecalls. We'd love to hear from you! Send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org with your feedback & ideas. Dr. Laurie Santos, Professor and Podcast Host Twitter: @lauriesantos Instagram: @lauriesantosofficial Facebook: @DrLaurieSantos About Dr. Laurie Santos Dr. Laurie Santos is Professor of Psychology at Yale University and host of the podcast “The Happiness Lab”. Dr. Santos is an expert on human cognition and the cognitive biases that impede better choices. Her course, “Psychology and the Good Life,” teaches students what the science of psychology says about how to make wiser choices and live a life that's happier and more fulfilling. The class is Yale's most popular course in over 300 years and has been adapted into a free Coursera program that has been taken by over 3.9 million people to date. Dr. Santos has been featured in numerous news outlets including the New York Times, NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, CBS This Morning, NPR, GQ Magazine, Slate, CNN and O, The Oprah Magazine. Dr. Santos is a winner of numerous awards both for her science and teaching from institutions such as Yale and the American Psychological Association. She has been featured as one of Popular Science's “Brilliant 10” young minds and was named TIME's “Leading Campus Celebrity.”
Max Lugavere is a health expert breaking boundaries in nutrition and wellness. With bestselling books like Genius Foods and Genius Kitchen, he's shown how food and health are a power duo. His podcast, The Genius Life, is a sanctuary for millions seeking health enlightenment. Max is also a familiar face on TV, from The Rachael Ray Show, The Today Show, PBS's Brief but Spectacular, and The Doctors, along with features in VICE, Fast Company, The New York Times, People Magazine, and CNN. In this episode, Max shares his journey from the glitz of TV hosting to the depth of health and nutrition advocacy. He shares the ups and downs of his career transition, moving away from the camera's allure to discover a new purpose. Hear about the twists and challenges that reshaped Max's path, including moments of doubt and family health crisis.Join us as Max also opens up about vulnerability, the changing tides of relationships, and the pursuit of a purpose-driven life. Explore his insights on health, fitness, and even the intricacies of stable relationships in the modern world. This episode will surely teach you how to live a genius life!What We Discussed:00:00 Intro01:34 Max's journey from med school to filmmaking04:39 Working for Al Gore07:11 Becoming a hand model 08:37 Co-hosting and balancing screen time 09:56 Not knowing what to do after the job ended13:04 Being vulnerable and emotional14:02 People turning their back on you as soon as you become no value to them16:11 Trusting the process during challenging times21:49 How Max's passion for health was awaken25:57 Advocating for dementia28:03 Fortune cookie messages and manifestation31:24 Deciding to go all in on something33:17 Max's formula to success36:08 How to accept criticisms38:36 Max on releasing a documentary 41:45 Advice for someone who wants to prioritize their wellness47:58 Adapting diets for changing needs49:58 Exploring concussion-related health issues52:03 How reading a book about ketogenic diet influenced his bodybuilding journey54:43 Heavy lifting, muscle growth, and injury risks57:48 Max shares the positive impact of change on his overall well-being1:00:13 How to date when you're purpose driven?1:01:08 Going through life stages and finding meaning in relationships1:03:44 Being in a relationship with someone who has their life together1:05:10 What does stability look like?1:06:11 It's okay to not know everything in life1:08:07 Max's non-negotiable habits1:09:44 Rediscovering simple flavors in cooking1:12:31 Opinion on eating oatmeal before workout1:14:51 The debate around sugars and sweeteners1:16:59 What's next for Max?Follow Max Lugavere:https://www.maxlugavere.com/https://www.instagram.com/maxlugavere/https://www.facebook.com/MaxLugavere/https://twitter.com/maxlugaverehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw-1kRP-tFmU7Byesum5XaQhttps://www.maxlugavere.com/podcast-1Follow Mary Shenouda:https://www.instagram.com/paleochefhttps://paleochef.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryshenouda/https://www.tiktok.com/@paleochef
Host Bryan Ford is joined by Dan Pashman, host of The Sporkful podcast, and inventor of the pasta shape cascatelli. Dan is the creator of The Sporkful, which is a James Beard and Webby Award-winning podcast. The series and his pasta shape, cascatelli, were featured by the NY Times, NPR, CBS This Morning, People Magazine, Access Hollywood, and more. He's also the creator and host of Cooking Channel's You're Eating It Wrong and a contributor to NPR and Milk Street Radio. Dan and his work have been featured on The Today Show, Radiolab, Guy's Grocery Games, NPR's Morning Edition, WTF with Marc Maron, Planet Money, Beat Bobby Flay, Freakonomics Radio, and more. Today he joins Bryan for his favorite holiday meal: latkes with cream and apple sauce. Watch Bryan make his version and Subscribe: Youtube Recipe from today's episode can be found at Shondaland.com Join The Flaky Biscuit Community: Discord Dan Pashman IG: @thesporkful Bryan Ford IG: @artisanbryan Don't forget to check out the Suffolk YJCC at syjcc.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode, I'm talking to the one-and-only Bella DePaulo.Bella DePaulo, PhD, is the leading expert on single life and has been described by The Atlantic as “America's foremost thinker and writer on the single experience.” Bella coined the term ‘single at heart', and her new book, Single At Heart, comes out on 5th December 2023. She is the author of Singled Out and How We Live Now, among other titles; has written the “Living Single” blog for Psychology Today since 2008; and has been published by the New York Times, the Washington Post, Time magazine, The Atlantic, and many other outlets. She has appeared on shows including The Today Show and Good Morning America. She has been interviewed on NPR, as well as on podcasts by CNN, The Atlantic, and others.Bella's TEDx talk, “What no one ever told you about people who are single,” has been viewed more than 1.6 million times. In Part 1 of this interview about Bella's new book, Single At Heart, topics that we cover are:being ‘single at heart' refers to those who live their best lives, and who flourish, being single;how the stigma surrounding singles remains prevalent and how singles are still considered to be living a lesser life;the idea that you cannot be truly fulfilled or ‘adult' until you are part of a couple;how the research studies show that a large number of people do not desire a partner, despite the assumption that everybody wants a romantic relationship;the findings that show how many singles find that their lives get better and better the longer they're single;how singles are getting happier after the age of forty;those people in relationships who are unable to live an authentic life as part of a couple;how the single at heart relish having opportunities and possibilities, meaning that they live ‘psychologically rich' lives;how, if you're single at heart, coupled life would be a smaller life, and single life can be an expansive life;how when you're single at heart, you can be genuinely happy for the married people with kids around you;how Bella found that everyone she interviewed for Single At Heart cited freedom as one of the main benefits of being single;Check out Bella's website:https://belladepaulo.com/ Pre-Order Bella's New Book, Single At Heart (Amazon US):https://www.amazon.com/Single-Heart-Power-Rewards-Uncoupled/dp/1954641281/?tag=wwwbelladepau-20 Pre-Order Bella's New Book, Single At Heart (Amazon UK):https://www.amazon.co.uk/Single-Heart-Rewards-Fulfillment-Singlehood/dp/1954641281 Support the show Book a FREE 30 minute coaching 'taster' session HERE: https://calendly.com/lucymeggeson/30minute Fancy getting your hands on my FREE PDF 'The Top 10 Most Irritating Questions That Single People Get Asked On The Regular...& How To (Devilishly) Respond'? Head over to: www.lucymeggeson.com Interested in my 1-1 Coaching? Work with me HERE: https://www.lucymeggeson.com/workwithme Join my private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1870817913309222/?ref=share Follow me on Instagram: @spinsterhoodreimagined Follow me on Twitter: @LucyMeggeson Follow me on LinkedIn: Lucy Meggeson Email me: email@example.com And thank you so much for listening!!!
Spencer Christian is an American weather forecaster, author, and television personality. He works as a meteorologist at KGO-TV, Channel 7, an ABC network television station serving San Francisco, California. Spencer is best known for his work as a weather forecaster for ABC's Good Morning America for over a decade — from 1986 to 1998. He was a key member of the Good Morning America on-air team that toppled The Today Show in 1995, and before that, an anchor for Eyewitness News on WABC/7. Currently, he is the weather forecaster for ABC-owned KGO-TV in San Francisco. Christian has also written several books for children.
Keisha Greaves is the CEO and founder of Girls Chronically Rock, supporting people in the disability community with her inspiring and adaptive tees, hoodies, accessories, and swimwear. Diagnosed at age 24 with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy, Keisha went on a mission to celebrate those with Muscular Dystrophy and other chronic illnesses to look their best with the convenience of clothes that are easy to put on and take off. She also founded two non-profits: The GCR Adaptive Project, providing adaptive fashion supplies and tools to college fashion students so they can learn to design more inclusively, and the Trust Your Abilities Nonprofit for People of Color, helping people of color in the disability community access much needed resources and support, from uninsured medical equipment to accessible vehicles and school scholarships. Keisha has been featured in several national media outlets including Good Morning America, The Today Show, ABC News, and more. One of her proudest moments was being
A winter cold front is affecting many of Americans across the country, with temperatures up to 20 degrees below normal. Also, a look into how a program is helping kids in the classroom get a healthy breakfast in the morning. Plus, Mario Lopez joins TODAY live to catch up and talk about NBC's annual Christmas tree lighting. And, the stars of NBC's new hit show “Found,” Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Shanola Hampton, live in studio 1a.
A winter cold front is affecting many Americans across the country, with temperatures up to 20 degrees below normal. Also, Israel and Hamas agree to extend ceasefire for the potential release of more hostages. Plus, Daryl Hall, from the iconic duo Hall and Oates, has filed a lawsuit and restraining order against longtime musical partner John Oates. And, In-depth TODAY: A new study on weight loss drugs.
Imagine the power of a successful business where your people are very eager to go to work and contribute some more to your success. How do you even start to plan for something like that? Join us in this very inspiring episode of What's Working Now? as Katie sits with Jerry McNamara in a discussion about creating a compelling company and finding balance in your life as an entrepreneur. Discover the impact of choice in our mental health, business growth strategies, principles of personal performance, investing in your self, and chasing your potential. Key Takeaways from this episode:We don't have to make the mistakes to learnThe impact of personal choice on mental and physical healthLeadership and business growth strategies9 Principles of Personal Performance3 Key Pieces for a successful and compelling businessThe proper way of scaling up and adding peopleAbout Jerry Macnamara:Multi-time CEO Helping other CEOs accelerate & have fun again | Franchise 500 (2x), Inc500 (2x) & Biz Journal Fast 50 (3x) + Trend Best Places to Work | Ultimate CEO | Proving Good Guys Finish 1st since 1974 Connect with Jerry:Website: https://provenchaos.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerrymacnamara/ About Katie Richardson:Katie, once a girl who just liked to have fun, transformed into a globally recognized designer and entrepreneur. With expertise in woodworking, welding, drawing, and sewing, she crafted her own path. Despite initial doubts and imposter syndrome, Katie defied expectations by establishing Puj, a business that now boasts its products in 2,000 US stores and 26 countries, delighting over 1 million customers worldwide. Her greatest aspiration is to inspire women across the globe. Renowned shows like the Ellen Degeneres Show, Rachael Ray Show, Today Show, and Entrepreneur Magazine have featured her, while influential figures like Martha Stewart, Matt Damon, Camilla Alves, Mario Lopez, Robert Downey Jr., Kourtney Kardashian, Bill & Giuliana Rancic, and Pam Beesley have embraced her products. Today, Katie is a coach, mother of four, wife, author, and powerful speaker. To connect with Katie:An Event in Puerto Rico (December 6-8, 2023) : https://now.katierichardson.com/eventWebsite: https://katierichardson.com/CASE STUDIES: https://now.katierichardson.com/casestudyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katie-richardson-creatorApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-working-now/id1515291698BuzzSprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1847280Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2kV8cL7eTZ70UAXMOtcBbr
Do you ever feel like you're blind to your own actions? Or maybe you're caught in a pattern of self-blame and denial in your relationships. I had the privilege of sitting down with Dr. Jane Greer, renowned author of "Am I Lying to Myself? How to Overcome Denial and See the Truth," to discuss these very issues. Together, we shed light on denial as a defense mechanism, how it can distort our reality and ultimately lead to betrayal in relationships. Dr. Greer's expertise helped us explore the intricate dynamics of setting boundaries, dealing with demanders, and navigating the challenging path of overcoming betrayal.We offered insights on navigating these difficult issues and moving towards a healing path. So, take a seat, open your mind, and join us on this journey of overcoming denial and betrayal in relationships. Let's dive in!Dr. Jane Greer's bio:"I am a Marriage and Family Therapist, Psychotherapist, Author, and Radio Host of the Doctor On Call Show at healthylife.net featuring Shrink Wrap, Pop Psych, and Let's Talk Sex: conversations about love, work and life. My Shrink Wrap brand focuses on the trials and triumphs of relationships, with a spotlight on what we can learn from the celebrities.I have been a prominent national authority appearing on numerous television shows including Oprah, The Today Show, The Early Show, CBS News, Dateline, The View, Good Day New York, CNN News, Anderson Cooper 360, and Fox News. I have contributed to newspapers and magazines such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, and I have been featured in People, US Weekly, In Touch, Cosmopolitan, Self, and Life & Style.I was a contributing editor writing the "Let's Talk Sex Column" for Redbook Magazine and am a blogger for Psychologytoday.com and Brides.com.My newest book, “AM I LYING TO MYSELF? How To Overcome Denial and See The Truth” is now available."LINKS:FacebookInstagramWebsiteYour Host: Kimberly Beam Holmes, Expert in Self-Improvement and RelationshipsKimberly Beam Holmes has applied her master's degree in psychology for over ten years, acting as the CEO of Marriage Helper & CEO and Creator of PIES University, being a wife and mother herself, and researching how attraction affects relationships. Her videos, podcasts, and following reach over 200,000 people a month who are making changes and becoming the best they can be.Website: www.kimberlybeamholmes.comThanks for listening!Connect on Instagram: @kimberlybeamholmesBe sure to SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and leave a review!
Jennifer Garner live with Hoda and Jenna to catch up and discuss her new movie “Family Switch.” Also, actor and singer Sofia Carson joins the show on “Giving Tuesday” to share her advocacy as a UNICEF ambassador. Plus, Hoda and Jenna share some of the latest documentaries that are must-watches. And, TODAY contributor Chassie Post with some personalized holiday gifts for all ages.
Sober mom advocate Celeste Yvonne is a writer and certified recovery coach (IAPRC) with over 20 years of experience as a communications professional in corporate America. Her essays on parenting, the mental load of motherhood, mommy wine culture, and sobriety resonates with mothers everywhere and has been featured in the Washington Post, Good Morning America, Today Show, and Refinery 29, among others. Over five years sober and a founding host of the Sober Mom Squad, Celeste advocates for mothers who struggle with addiction and mental health. In this episode, you will hear about: Celeste's relationship to alcohol Justifying Mommy wine culture How Celeste quit drinking in secret Internal dialogue before social events, "do I drink? Do I not drink?" Resources for information and community Sober Mom Squad Top 25 Sober Communities other than AA Quite Like a Woman by Holly Whitaker This Naked Mind by Annie Grace We Are the Luckiest by Laura McKowen Sober Powered Podcast with Gillian Tietz (15-20-min episodes) Better coping methods for new Moms It's Not About the Wine by Celeste Yvonne Connect with Celeste: Website: celesteyvonne.com Instagram: @theultimatemomchallenge Sober support on Substack: celesteyvonne.substack.com Shop this episode here
In this first episode with Anna, she delves into her lifelong dream of becoming a writer (to her parents' horror); how she started her publishing company in order to help other entrepreneurs share their expertise; how writing a book instantly gave her authority in her field; and why all entrepreneurs should be writing books!
NBC's Tom Costello gives a Thanksgiving update after one of the busiest holiday travel weekends ever. Also, Al Roker sits down with Eddie Murphy and Tracee Ellis Ross to discuss their new movie “Candy Cane Lane.” Plus, four friends in their 60s and 70s, who also happen to be Tik Tok stars who call themselves “The Old Gays,” join TODAY live. And, shop all day contributor Chassie Post shares some great Cyber Monday deals from Amazon.
Hamas continues to release hostages in groups during cease-fire with Israel, including a four-year-old American girl. Also, Inside the game: Kaylee Hartung gives a look at how Baltimore firefighters help support the Ravens from the sidelines. Plus, Eddie Murphy and Tracee Ellis Ross are with Al Roker ahead of their new holiday movie “Candy Cane Lane.” And, TODAY lifestyle and commerce contributor Jill Martin Brooks with some great and exclusive Cyber Monday deals.
Hamas continues to release hostages in groups during cease-fire with Israel, including a four-year-old American girl. Also, three Palestinian college students were shot in Vermont over the weekend amid escalating tensions over the war. Plus, Rep. George Santos says he expects to be kicked out of Congress with an expulsion vote looming. And, a look at how you can save the most on one of the busiest shopping days of the year, Cyber Monday.
Emma Zack of BERRIEZ is here to tell us all about the lessons she has learned over the past few years as a small business owner. She will share advice she has for all of you small business owners out there, whether you've been doing it for years, just getting started, or maybe just fantasizing about leaving your dumb job to work for yourself! She'll also tell us what she would like to say to the big fashion brands out there that refuse to offer plus sizes.We'll also hear audio essays from Alyse of Curio Mrvosa, Brittany of Magdalene Clergy Dresses, and Desirée of The Pewter Thimble.Learn more about Small Biz Big Pic.Take the Clotheshorse Secondhand Reseller Survey here.Find and follow everyone in this episode...BERRIEZ: @shopberriezEmma on the Today Show!!shopberriez.comCURIO MRVOSA: @curiomrvosacuriomrvosa.comMAGDALENE CLERGY DRESSES: @magdaleneclergydressesmagdaleneclergydresses.comTHE PEWTER THIMBLE: @thepewterthimblethepewterthimble.comIf you want to share your opinion/additional thoughts on the subjects we cover in each episode, feel free to email, whether it's a typed out message or an audio recording: firstname.lastname@example.orgOr call the Clotheshorse hotline: 717.925.7417Find this episode's transcript (and so much more) at clotheshorsepodcast.comClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable small businesses:High Energy Vintage is a fun and funky vintage shop located in Somerville, MA, just a few minutes away from downtown Boston. They offer a highly curated selection of bright and colorful clothing and accessories from the 1940s-1990s for people of all genders. Husband-and-wife duo Wiley & Jessamy handpick each piece for quality and style, with a focus on pieces that transcend trends and will find a home in your closet for many years to come! In addition to clothing, the shop also features a large selection of vintage vinyl and old school video games. Find them on instagram @ highenergyvintage, online at highenergyvintage.com, and at markets in and around Boston.The Pewter Thimble Is there a little bit of Italy in your soul? Are you an enthusiast of pre-loved decor and accessories? Bring vintage Italian style — and history — into your space with The Pewter Thimble (@thepewterthimble). We source useful and beautiful things, and mend them where needed. We also find gorgeous illustrations, and make them print-worthy. Tarot cards, tea towels and handpicked treasures, available to you from the comfort of your own home. Responsibly sourced from across Rome, lovingly renewed by fairly paid artists and artisans, with something for every budget. Discover more at thepewterthimble.comSt. Evens is an NYC-based vintage shop that is dedicated to bringing you those special pieces you'll reach for again and again. More than just a store, St. Evens is dedicated to sharing the stories and history behind the garments. 10% of all sales are donated to a different charitable organization each month. New vintage is released every Thursday at wearStEvens.com, with previews of new pieces and more brought to you on Instagram at @wear_st.evens.Deco Denim is a startup based out of San Francisco, selling clothing and accessories that are sustainable, gender fluid, size inclusive and high quality--made to last for years to come. Deco Denim is trying to change the way you think about buying clothes. Founder Sarah Mattes wants to empower people to ask important questions like, “Where was this made? Was this garment made ethically? Is this fabric made of plastic? Can this garment be upcycled and if not, can it be recycled?” Signup at decodenim.com to receive $20 off your first purchase. They promise not to spam you and send out no more than 3 emails a month, with 2 of them surrounding education or a personal note from the Founder. Find them on Instagram as @deco.denim.Gabriela Antonas is a visual artist, an upcycler, and a fashion designer, but Gabriela Antonas is also a feminist micro business with radical ideals. She's the one woman band, trying to help you understand, why slow fashion is what the earth needs. If you find your self in New Orleans, LA, you may buy her ready-to-wear upcycled garments in person at the store “Slow Down” (2855 Magazine St). Slow Down Nola only sells vintage and slow fashion from local designers. Gabriela's garments are guaranteed to be in stock in person, but they also have a website so you may support this women owned and run business from wherever you are! If you are interested in Gabriela making a one of a kind garment for you DM her on Instagram at @slowfashiongabriela to book a consultation.Vagabond Vintage DTLV is a vintage clothing, accessories & decor reselling business based in Downtown Las Vegas. Not only do we sell in Las Vegas, but we are also located throughout resale markets in San Francisco as well as at a curated boutique called Lux and Ivy located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jessica, the founder & owner of Vagabond Vintage DTLV, recently opened the first IRL location located in the Arts District of Downtown Las Vegas on August 5th. The shop has a strong emphasis on 60s & 70s garments, single stitch tee shirts & dreamy loungewear. Follow them on instagram, @vagabondvintage.dtlv and keep an eye out for their website coming fall of 2022.Country Feedback is a mom & pop record shop in Tarboro, North Carolina. They specialize in used rock, country, and soul and offer affordable vintage clothing and housewares. Do you have used records you want to sell? Country Feedback wants to buy them! Find us on Instagram @countryfeedbackvintageandvinyl or head downeast and visit our brick and mortar. All are welcome at this inclusive and family-friendly record shop in the country!Located in Whistler, Canada, Velvet Underground is a "velvet jungle" full of vintage and second-hand clothes, plants, a vegan cafe and lots of rad products from other small sustainable businesses. Our mission is to create a brand and community dedicated to promoting self-expression, as well as educating and inspiring a more sustainable and conscious lifestyle both for the people and the planet.Find us on Instagram @shop_velvetunderground or online at www.shopvelvetunderground.comSelina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts. Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come. Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon Footprint.Salt Hats: purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Republica Unicornia Yarns: Hand-Dyed Yarn and notions for the color-obsessed. Made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia by Head Yarn Wench Kathleen. Get ready for rainbows with a side of Giving A Damn! Republica Unicornia is all about making your own magic using small-batch, responsibly sourced, hand-dyed yarns and thoughtfully made notions. Slow fashion all the way down and discover the joy of creating your very own beautiful hand knit, crocheted, or woven pieces. Find us on Instagram @republica_unicornia_yarns and at www.republicaunicornia.com.Cute Little Ruin is an online shop dedicated to providing quality vintage and secondhand clothing, vinyl, and home items in a wide range of styles and price points. If it's ethical and legal, we try to find a new home for it! Vintage style with progressive values. Find us on Instagram at @CuteLittleRuin.Thumbprint is Detroit's only fair trade marketplace, located in the historic Eastern Market. Our small business specializes in products handmade by empowered women in South Africa making a living wage creating things they love like hand painted candles and ceramics! We also carry a curated assortment of sustainable/natural locally made goods. Thumbprint is a great gift destination for both the special people in your life and for yourself! Browse our online store at thumbprintdetroit.com and find us on instagram @thumbprintdetroit.Picnicwear: a slow fashion brand, ethically made by hand from vintage and deadstock materials - most notably, vintage towels! Founder, Dani, has worked in the industry as a fashion designer for over 10 years, but started Picnicwear in response to her dissatisfaction with the industry's shortcomings. Picnicwear recently moved to rural North Carolina where all their clothing and accessories are now designed and cut, but the majority of their sewing is done by skilled garment workers in NYC. Their customers take comfort in knowing that all their sewists are paid well above NYC minimum wage. Picnicwear offers minimal waste and maximum authenticity: Future Vintage over future garbage.Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first. Discover more at shiftwheeler.comBlank Cass, or Blanket Coats by Cass, is focused on restoring, renewing, and reviving the history held within vintage and heirloom textiles. By embodying and transferring the love, craft, and energy that is original to each vintage textile into a new garment, I hope we can reteach ourselves to care for and mend what we have and make it last. Blank Cass lives on Instagram @blank_cass and a website will be launched soon at blankcass.com.
The latest details on the premiere of Beyonce's new film “Renaissance.” Also, Paris Hilton live with Hoda and Jenna to catch up and discuss a new season of her reality show “Paris in Love.” Plus, a sneak peak at the newest Instagram fashion trends for 2024 from Instagram's Head of Fashion Partnerships herself, Eva Chen. And, memory expert Nelson Dellis with some tips on improving and keeping your mind sharp this holiday season.
Today's guests, Dr. Ellen Prager and Dave Jones have found engaging, relevant, and understandable methods to bring the science of ocean, atmosphere, and climate issues to the so-called, ‘non-choir.' Presenting the information in such innovative and entertaining ways keeps them committed to finding new approaches to reach their target audience. This is crucial since climate change is a critical topic for everyone, not solely those int