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Happiness Solved with Sandee Sgarlata. In this episode, Sandee interviews Florence Ann Romano. Florence Ann Romano is an author, personal growth strategist, philanthropist, businesswoman, and village and childcare advocate with a sparkling personality. With an eye for marketing, Romano flourishes as both an advisor for and the vice president of business strategy for Yakkety Yak, a strategic branding and content production company for businesses. Florence is a proud member of the board of directors at the Children's Research Fund, an incredible organization that supports the pediatric research at Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago. She is also a founding member of Sesame Street's Leadership Council and is on the board of directors for Female Strong, a non-profit organization that seeks to empower girls by teaching valuable leadership and business skills. After spending more than fifteen years as a childcare provider, during which she was known as the Windy City Nanny, Romano is the authority on childcare and family support in this new millennium and has more than five hundred media appearances discussing these topics. Born and raised just outside of Chicago, Romano earned a bachelor of science degree in performance theatre at Bradley University. Romano wants to show people that not only is the saying “It takes a village” true, but also how important the need for community is. Connect with Dmitri: www.FlorenceAnn.com Connect with Sandee www.sandeesgarlata.com Podcast: www.happinesssolved.com www.facebook.com/coachsandeesgarlata www.twitter.com/sandeesgarlata www.instagram.com/coachsandeesgarlata
Episode #59 - In this episode, Barbara Sackett from The Village of Wentworth Heights in Hamilton shares her wisdom and experiences that are sure to leave you inspired and motivated. Here are three takeaways from her conversation on the Green Bench with hosts Kathy Buckworth and Evelyn Brindle. 1️⃣ Confidence is Key: Barbara opens up about her personal journey of building confidence throughout her life. She emphasizes the importance of believing in yourself and taking steps to nurture your self-assurance. Barbara's story is a powerful reminder that confidence can be developed and grown over time. So, let's all take a page from Barbara's book and embrace our own confidence! 2️⃣ Kindness Goes a Long Way: One of the key lessons Barbara shares is the impact of kindness in our interactions with others. She believes that a kind word, expression, or compliment can make a significant difference in someone's day. Let's all strive to spread kindness and uplift those around us. Remember, even the smallest acts of kindness can have a profound effect on others. 3️⃣ Attitude is Everything: Barbara's motto, "half of the success in life is attitude," resonates deeply. She emphasizes the importance of maintaining a positive outlook and how it can influence our daily lives. Barbara's personal experience demonstrates that having the right attitude can help overcome challenges and achieve goals. So, let's embrace a positive mindset and approach each day with determination and optimism. We are truly grateful for the opportunity to have had Barbara as a guest on our podcast. Her wisdom, experiences, and positive energy are truly inspiring. I encourage you all to listen to this episode and soak in the valuable insights she shares. Subscribe, rate, and review our podcast on any network and share your thoughts on social media using the #ElderWisdom tag to help others find us. ----more---- The Green Bench is a symbol of elder wisdom. Physically or virtually, the bench invites us all to sit alongside a senior, share a conversation, or give and offer advice. It challenges the stigma seniors face; the ageism still so prevalent in society. It reminds us of the wealth of wisdom our elders offer and in doing so, helps restore them to a place of reverence. "The greatest untapped resource in Canada, if not the world, is the collective wisdom of our elders." -Ron Schlegel This podcast is brought to you by Schlegel Villages Retirement & Long-term Care homes in Ontario, Canada. #ElderWisdom | Stories from the Green Bench is produced by Memory Tree Productions Learn more about our host, Kathy Buckworth, at kathybuckworth.com Learn more about #ElderWisdom at elderwisdom.ca Learn more about Schlegel Villages at schlegelvillages.com
Sebastian Mallaby (@scmallaby) is the Paul A. Volcker senior fellow for international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations and a contributing columnist for The Washington Post. He is the author of five books, including most recently The Power Law: Venture Capital and the Making of the New Future. He joined Olga Serhiyevich, head of investor relations, for this conversation. Takeaways: - Sebastian wrote a book about hedge funds prior to The Power Law and he contrasts VCs and hedge fund managers by saying that VCs are much more extraverted. VCs and others around the startup world are eager and willing to make introductions and actually follow through where others say they will make an intro and don't follow through. - Venture is a fun and exciting business to be in because you're dealing with bold visions of the future, highly talented and optimistic founders, and you get to see the progress and outcome of each startup that is trying to do something novel and ambitious. - Sebastian says that bubbles are inevitable in venture capital because of the nature of the business. He says there's no “off switch” or equivalent of shorting a company. There are also so many connections among venture capitalists that no one is willing to say anything negative about anyone else's investments. - He predicts a significant expansion of startup funding outside of Silicon Valley post-pandemic. Being able to deals over Zoom significantly expands the scope of where a VC can invest. - He is bullish on Europe especially because it has a consumer market that is even bigger than the US and the entrepreneurial mentality is growing among prospective startup founders in Europe. - Sebastian says that AI is the biggest development on earth since humans first developed the capacity for abstract thought. Some compare it to the printing press and he says it will be way bigger than that.Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform.Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We'll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup
Parmi les victimes des inondations en Libye, figurent 145 ressortissants égyptiens. Un village d'agriculteurs de la vallée du Nil est particulièrement touché par la catastrophe de Derna. Sur le millier d'habitants de Nazlat Al Sharif, une centaine de jeunes hommes avaient émigré pour travailler dans des entreprises de bâtiment en Libye, à Derna précisément. Quelque 75 d'entre eux sont morts. D'autres sont toujours portés disparus. L'onde de choc est immense dans le village. De notre correspondante au Caire,Pas une seule larme, mais le regard fixe. Sayed est comme happé par la photo de son frère qui s'affiche sur son téléphone. « C'est avant sa mort… Une photo de lui debout au bord de la mer, une photo souvenir », nous indique-t-il.Son jeune frère Mohamed prend la pose, souriant sur la corniche de Derna encore intacte. C'était il y a quelques mois. Ce jeune ouvrier de 20 ans a depuis été emporté par le torrent meurtrier qui a pulvérisé la ville libyenne.« Exactement une heure avant sa mort, il me parlait en direct sur Facebook. Il m'a dit “salue maman, papa, salue tout le monde, tous ceux que j'aime”… Il m'a demandé quand tout le monde viendrait le voir, je lui ai répondu dans un mois exactement si Dieu le veut », explique Sayed, le frère de Mohamed.Son corps a été découvert dans les eaux, puis rapatrié en Égypte par avion. « Il me manque… Je te ne te reverrai plus jamais, je ne te retrouverai pas, ta voix me manque . »À lire aussiInondations en Libye : dans la ville ravagée de Derna, un décor de fin du mondePoursuivre les recherchesAhmed, l'aîné de la fratrie, est allé le reconnaître à l'aéroport. « L'eau a rendu leurs corps après trois ou quatre jours. L'eau abîmait leur corps. Ce sont ses amis et ses collègues qui l'ont reconnu là-bas et une fois identifiés, leurs noms étaient écrits sur le corps, tout le monde avait son nom inscrit sur le corps, sur les pieds. »La plupart des victimes de Nazlat Al Sharif ont été retrouvées, mais d'autres sont toujours portées disparues. Certaines familles ont perdu deux, trois hommes.Ahmed appelle les autorités à poursuivre les recherches. « Qu'ils essaient de nous ramener les corps des gens qui ont disparu, ou qu'ils nous disent qu'ils les ont retrouvés et enterrés là-bas, pour atténuer la douleur des gens », lance Ahmed. « Les gens ici ne seront pas apaisés à moins de savoir si les corps sont retrouvés ou non. »À lire aussiLibye : le ressentiment monte à Derna contre les responsables politiquesOnde de chocDans le village, un homme de chaque foyer avait émigré à Derna pour travailler dans le bâtiment et envoyer de l'argent au pays. Dans une maison toute proche, Hamad pleure lui aussi la perte de son frère. « Mon frère, le plus âgé, est mort en Libye. Il travaillait pour nous, comme ouvrier, nous aidait, les parents, les enfants… C'est terminé… », lâche Hamad.Il va devoir prendre en charge sa mère et les cinq enfants de son frère disparu. Tous sont assis, serrés contre lui. « Que Dieu m'accorde les enfants de mon frère et que Dieu me fortifie si je les aide, mais je ne sais vraiment pas quoi faire, je n'ai pas de solution pour eux. »L'onde de choc, émotionnelle, financière, est immense dans ce petit village d'un millier d'habitants. « Tout le village est détruit psychologiquement, épuisé », souffle une femme, rencontrée dans le village.Le gouvernement égyptien a promis l'équivalent de 3 000 euros à chaque foyer endeuillé. Des aides bienvenues, soulignent les familles, mais qui ne vaudront jamais les vies emportées par les eaux de Derna.À écouter aussiLibye : « J'ai vu des images apocalyptiques et le désespoir dans les yeux des survivants »
Sarah Conway is the Autism Ministry Director at North Way Christian Community. Sarahgrew up in the world of special education (her mom is a speech therapist) and has always had a special place in her heart for people with disabilities. During her time in college, Sarah interned for North Way's student ministry program. Fresh out of college, she combined my background in special education and ministry with my personal experience of having an 8-year-old brother-in-law with autism and prayed for the Lord to guide her in this endeavor. Sarah currently live in Sewickley, PA with her husband, Ceddie, who is also the worship director at North Way, Sewickley Valley. Tune in for the Village Vision Podcast and connect with Sarah at Northway.org/autism-ministry and on Instagram and YouTube. Dr. Crystal G. Morrison is co-founder and leads Meerkat Village, a software company dedicated to improving outcomes for children with special needs by building collaboration and communication among adults providing care. On her journey, she's met countless people working at the intersection of community, education, health care and mental health. She create the Village Vision podcast to celebrate their stories and ignite action. Connect with Crystal at TheVillageVision.com on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, and at MeerkatVillage.com. WordofMomRadio.com
Are you letting mom guilt hold you back from pursuing your dreams? Today we're diving deep into a topic that hits close to home for many moms: mom guilt. As Mothers, we often find ourselves questioning if we're doing enough for our kids, if we're making the right decisions, and if we're balancing our different roles effectively. But here's the thing, holding on to mom guilt isn't serving anyone - not our kids, not our dreams, not our ambitions, and definitely not ourselves. In today's episode, we'll explore why we experience mom guilt, what it really means, and most importantly, how we can shift our perspective and handle it in a healthier and more productive way. Balancing motherhood and entrepreneurship is no easy task, but it's possible with the right support. I'm sharing why you need to build a village of support around you and don't be afraid to lean on others and create a network that lifts you up. You'll hear: The core belief behind mom guilt Why we need to normalize the experience of mom guilt Understanding the true emotions behind mom guilt The importance of a support network for both the Mother and her family Join the Village: https://village.themillionairemother.com (early bird pricing ends 9/24)
PART TWO:The story of the Yosemite Village murders is one that is filled with wtf moments. From Steven Stayner being kidnapped and then escaping to his brother Carey, how had harbored thoughts of hurting and killing women since childhood, acting on those thoughts after his brothers death and becoming a serial killer. In this episode, we take a deep dive into those murders and how the authorities eventually captured Carey Stayner.(commercial at 19:07)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.outsideonline.com/adventure-travel/yosemite-horror/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/5003294/advertisement
Today as a bonus episode we wanted to share an episode of The French History Podcast, which we think you'll find incredibly interesting. This episode details the Oradour-sur-Glane massacre of WW2. The French History Podcast tells the story of France from 3 million years ago to present. The main series is a narrative, ala Mike Duncan's the History of Rome that has gone from woolly mammoths to the First Crusade. Interspersed are guest episodes by world-renowned scholars discussing their latest research. Whether you're looking for one-offs on obscure topics you've never heard of, or a long-form narrative podcast, the French History Podcast does both. Learn all about Europe's country of art, culture, love and war with The French History Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The story of the Yosemite Village murders is one that is filled with wtf moments. From Steven Stayner being kidnapped and then escaping to his brother Cary, how had harbored thoughts of hurting and killing women since childhood, acting on those thoughts after his brothers death and becoming a serial killer. In this episode, we take a deep dive into those murders and how the authorities eventually captured Cary Stayner.(commercial at 12:42)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.outsideonline.com/adventure-travel/yosemite-horror/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/5003294/advertisement
Jump in with Carlos Juico and Gavin Ruta on episode 148 of Jumpers Jump. This episode we discuss: Mind to muscle theories, Cursed family horror story, First ever exorcist performed, Jinn folklore story, Scientist who sold their soul, Crazy allergic reaction transformation, Slim fast tea, Entrepreneur delayed dopamine, Real life purge, Rich and poor life, The Village movie, The promised neverland, Camp rock exposed, Generational movie effects, First world problems, Advice for youth, Funny icks, Proving people wrong and much more! Follow the podcast: @JumpersPodcast Follow Carlos: @CarlosJuico Follow Gavin: @GavinRutaa Check out the podcast on YouTube: https://bit.ly/JumpersJumpYT Thanks to our Sponsors: Set your business up for holiday season success with ShipStation. Go to https://ShipStation.com and use code JUMPERS today and sign up for your FREE 60-day trial. Right now, download NetSuite's popular KPI Checklist, designed to give you consistently excellent performance - absolutely free, at https://NetSuite.com/JUMPERS This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at https://betterhelp.com/JUMPERS and get on your way to being your best self. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The kava has been flowing in a small village in Fiji after this morning's historic win against Australia. But even if Fiji had lost, they'd still be celebrating in Naledaleda though because two of their sons are playing, one for Australia and one for Fiji . Jone Koroi-dua-dua plays for Fiji and Mark Nawaqa nita wase plays for Australia. Sineli Daroko is a cousin to both players and he speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337344113112
Vera Wylde and Jessie Gender take up residence in the Village wherein can be found "The Prisoner." Episode 5, The Schizoid Man - The newly arrived #12 has been brought in to help break the stubborn #6 by perfectly mimicking him and causing a break in mental stability and identity. Except... #12 is absolutely certain that he IS #6. Jessie and I have a heck of a time trying to explain this one.
Gel (Angelica) and her husband promptly brought her 2015 diagnosis up to the Lord and He led them to a path that involved implementing a better lifestyle; employing non-conventional therapies; uplifting the soul; collaborating with integrative practitioners; and partnering with praying friends that surround us with positivity. HealingStrong is Gel's answered prayer and so she is dedicating this ministry to all that may be encouraged and have a closer relationship with the Healer.Mary was introduced to Suzy and HealingStrong in 2014 as her husband Nigel was fighting colon cancer. Mary and Nigel recognized the benefit of going beyond conventional treatment to include Spiritual and Emotional healing, dietary changes and realizing that Hope is a huge strategy when battling chronic diseases. Mary joined the HealingStrong Family as a leader in Houston in 2016 and is a Regional mentor. The Houston group is the longest running HealingStrong group. Mary's focus is on ensuring that each person going through a cancer journey has a Village of support, Hope, Faith, & Love.In this episode, Mary and Angelica share the origin of their connection, running the Houston HealingStrong group and conference happenings to celebrate HealingStrong's 10 year anniversary. A special thank you to our Conference Sponsors:Chris Beat Cancer, Chris WarkTempleton Wellness Foundation, James TempletonHope4Cancer Treatment CentersHealingStrong Houston Group on behalf of Nigel RyderJourney U MinistriesHarvest Health CenterHealingStrong:Find a Free Support Group: healingstrong.org/groupsFree Downloads: healingstrong.org/resourcesContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgHealingStrong Houston Group:Contact: email@example.comSupport HealingStrong and consider becoming a part of our Membership Program.You will receive additional resources like webinars, downloadables and more, as a bonus.To learn more, head to the HealingStrong Membership Program link below: Membership Program
In our first-ever director deep dive, we dive into M. Night Shyamalan, one of the most controversial directors out there in terms of audience reception, and go film by film through his entire career reviewing, analyzing, and breaking down the masterful filmmaker. Check out Looks Like A Movie Pod: Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/@LooksLikeAMovie Doug: https://letterboxd.com/dougholler/ Owen: https://linktr.ee/owenpatnaude KMeeks: https://linktr.ee/kmeeksfilm Timestamps: (00:00) Intro (01:03) Our Guests (07:00) Praying with Anger (10:45) Wide Awake (13:55) The Sixth Sense (22:20) Unbreakable (29:55) Signs (43:45)The Village (54:10) Lady in the Water (1:07:40) The Happening (1:26:20) The Last Airbender (1:36:30) After Earth (1:49:04) The Visit (1:55:27) Split (2:02:00) Glass (2:08:29) Old (2:18:22) Knock at the Cabin (2:40:20) Movie Hot Takes (2:43:08) Closing Become a Patron! Join to gain access to an abundance of exclusive perks like early access, merch discounts, Discord access, personalized video messages, Q & A, and more! https://www.patreon.com/reeltokpodcast Grab some ReelTok merch! Designs so amazing you have to see them to believe them! https://reeltokpodcast.com/ Go follow us on all of our socials below! ReelTok Podcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@reeltokpodcast TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@reeltokpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reeltokpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/reeltokpodcast Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/reeltokpodcast/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/reeltokpodcast Listen and Rate Us 5 Stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3V214vWwkO823aa4OaeDrO Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reeltok-podcast/id1644680412 George Carmi Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/georgecarmi/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@moviesandstuff14 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@moviesandstuff14 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/georgecarmi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/georgecarmi Tyler Whitmore Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/TylerCWhitmore/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tylercwhitmore YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@tylercwhitmore Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylercwhitmore/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TylerCWhitmore Seth's Film Reviews Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/sethsreviews/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sethsfilmreviews YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@Sethsfilmreviews Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sethsfilmreviews/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sethsfilmreview Cam Walsh Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/cjwalsh27/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@camwalsh27 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camwalsh/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CamWalsh27 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@camwalsh27 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/camwalsh27 New episodes every Monday reviewing the latest movie releases and covering the most recent movie trailers and industry news. Reviews, rankings, deep-dives, drafts, movie trivia, and so much more. The ReelTok Podcast is co-hosted by 4 of the largest film social media content creators, George, Seth, Tyler, and Cam. Bonus episodes every Thursday doing a movie-related draft, ranking, or game, and more bonus episodes every Friday reviewing a movie recommended by our viewers. Make sure to follow us as you have now found your new favorite podcast. #movies #moviereviews #podcast #moviepodcast #reeltok #reeltokpodcast Help us become the #1 movie podcast in the entire world! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reeltokpodcast/support
By listener request, we cover the Great Vinho Flood of 2023. We've all seen the viral video of the red wine flowing down the road from the Levira Distillery in the village of São Lourenço de Bairro in Anadia, Portugal. Let's talk about wine surplus, similar spills, potential new crops, and firefighter calendars. #neverforget! #newfesta! Video Episode: View on YouTube Merch: folkandfad.com/thebazaar Submit your Stories: folkandfad.com/shareastory Request to be a Guest on our Show: folkandfad.com/guests Follow Along With Us on Social Media: TikTok: @itscalledculture Instagram: @_itscalledculture --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/folkandfad/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/folkandfad/support
Jesus journeyed to a city called Nain, and his disciples and a large crowd accompanied him. As he drew near to the gate of the city, a man who had died was being carried out, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow. A large crowd from the city was with her. Luke 7:11–12Try to imagine this mother. She had been married, she and her husband had a child, they raised their child, she and her son watched her husband die, and then she watched her son die and was participating in his funeral. Since he was her only son, she was now alone.When we think about this woman, it is easy to feel compassion for her. Her heart would have been filled with a sorrow that is tangible to anyone with empathy. Her heart might also have been filled with fear. At that time, a widow would have had a very difficult time taking care of herself in a rural village. With her husband gone, she would have had to rely upon her son to provide for her as she aged. But now that he was gone, her heart would have not only felt the pain of his loss, but also fear for her future. What would become of her? Who would provide food for her year after year? Would she be reduced to begging and poverty?It is in the context of this very real sorrow and fear that Jesus enters her life. We do not know if she knew anything about Jesus. It appears she was not one of His followers and might not have even heard about Jesus since He had not been ministering publicly for very long. Jesus' encounter with her and her dead son appears to be unplanned and unexpected. What is it that moves Jesus to raise this man from the dead? It does not appear to be a response to anyone's faith within the village. It is not even done at anyone's request. Instead, it appears to be done purely out of Jesus' compassion for this mother. At least that's how it seems at first read. And though Jesus clearly acted out of compassion for her, if we consider the entire context, there might also be a secondary motive.Jesus, his disciples and a large crowd were all walking together through this village. Since Jesus' miracles were normally performed in response to people's faith, it is most likely that faith was a contributing factor to this miracle. The faith that called forth this miracle, however, could only have come from the crowds of people who were walking with Jesus from Capernaum. The day prior, these same crowds witnessed Jesus heal the servant of a centurion. They clearly believed in Jesus. As they walked with Him and encountered this funeral procession, it was not only Jesus' heart that was moved with compassion, it was also the hearts of His followers. Therefore, as Jesus' followers witnessed this mother's sorrow and then witnessed Jesus' own human sorrow and compassion for her, they would have had hope that He would do something. Their hope would have been supernatural in origin, which means that it was also united with faith. By faith, they knew Jesus would act. Thus, in a very real way, the compassion, hope and faith of the people traveling with Jesus would have called forth His almighty power to heal, and Jesus responded.There are many ways to act as mediators of God's grace. One way to do so is by growing in compassion for others and hope in God. When we witness the sufferings of others, allow ourselves to feel compassion for them, manifest hope in the power of God to heal, and then stand there, in faith, waiting for God to act, God will be compelled to act. Our holy compassion, hope and faith act as a prayer to which God always responds. The crowds accompanying Jesus through the Village of Nain appear to have acted in this manner and, inspired by their witness, we, too, must act as intercessors for others in the same way.Reflect, today, upon anyone in your life who resembles this widow of Nain. Who is it that God wants you to notice and to feel compassion for? As your empathetic heart notices those who need your compassion, open yourself, also, to the supernatural gift of hope. Have divine hope that God will heal them. As you do, allow that hope to manifest faith in God and offer that compassion, hope and faith to God as your prayer for those who are in need.Most compassionate Lord, You are always attentive to our needs and our sorrows. Your Heart is filled with compassion for all. Please give me a truly empathetic heart so that I will see those in need. As I do, fill me with hope and faith that You will pour forth Your mercy upon them so that I will become an intercessor for all. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2023 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
#DarienGap Indigenous village overrun with migrants, some in need of medicals. @Michael_Yon https://x.com/michael_yon/status/1702037813749813499?s=61&t=p8MRaatq9pVVjBrMnwK2iA 1927 Indigenous Panama
Snezana Wood was a single mum to her then eight-year-old daughter Evie when she met husband Sam Wood on The Bachelor Australia. On this episode of the Juggling Act, she joins Mel and Sarah to chat about work/life balance, letting go and life with four daughters. Have things to say about this episode? Join our Facebook group and share your thoughts! Want to see more of Mel and Jules? You can find them on TikTok via @thejugglingactpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
KOZ architectes a été créé en 1999 par Christophe Ouhayoun et Nicolas Ziesel, tous deux diplômés de l'ENSA-Paris Belleville. Avec l'édification de l'immeuble le plus haut en structure 100% bois de France à Strasbourg, la co-coordination du Lot E du Village des Athlètes des Jeux de Paris 2024, ou le siège du Rectorat de Créteil, l'agence se positionne comme particulièrement stimulante au coeur du paysage français.Tout juste de retour d'un workshop pas comme les autres, Nicolas Ziesel vient témoigner dans Com d'Archi sur son parcours, les projets, la philosophie de l'agence très liée à la mise en oeuvre du bois et le monde auquel il est particulièrement attentif avec son associé et l'équipe. Chez Koz et Kozto, ils sont un peu comme des "serials" entrepreneurs ; et surtout, avec cette conscience aigüe qu'il faut transmettre que ce soit en Afrique ou auprès d'architectes en herbe ukrainiennes. Une humanité pour prendre part, édifier, re-édifier, qui doit tous nous toucher et nous emmener dans des actions concrètes et résiliantes pour construire demain.Portraits teaser DR © KOZ Architectes en AfriqueIngénierie son : Julien Rebours____Si le podcast COM D'ARCHI vous plaît n'hésitez pas :. à vous abonner pour ne pas rater les prochains épisodes,. à nous laisser des étoiles et un commentaire, :-),. à nous suivre sur Instagram @comdarchipodcast pour retrouver de belles images, toujours choisies avec soin, de manière à enrichir votre regard sur le sujet.Bonne semaine à tous ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
https://www.letusthinkaboutit.com/step-78-the-parallax-view/Ryder discusses the concept of Slavoj Zizek's "The Parallax View" in three parts.Part 1: Ryder defines the parallax view as the convergence of seemingly parallel perspectives. He draws a connection to optical illusions of perspective and discusses how the parallax view involves looking beyond the central focus point. The author also touches on its use in astronomy.Part 2: Ryder discusses Slavoj Žižek's use of the parallax view in his book and how it reconsiders the traditional Hegelian dialectic of synthesis or sublation. He explains how Žižek's approach doesn't seek to overcome oppositional positions but acknowledges their inherent contradictions as perspectival points. (This involves Lacan, Freud, Marxism, and Levi-Strauss's sociology, and more.)Part 3: Ryder provides two examples of how the real-life parallax view works. First, he discusses faith and love as a parallax, emphasizing the need to change one's position to understand faith truly. Second, he references a scene from the movie "Guardians of the Galaxy" to illustrate how understanding can shift over time, emphasizing the importance of changing perspectives. He also shares the paralysis that multiple positions can invoke.
This summer I was grateful to return to the jungle to experience the 2nd Annual Mind, Body & Soul Retreat at Usha Village in Honduras. Usha Village was built from scratch by the infamous herbalist Dr Sebi, who preached the foundation of all health is dictated by what substances you ingest daily. It has been proven that with Sebi's recipe of herbs, an alkaline diet and discipline, anyone can make a disease-free life their reality. This year I knew more of what to expect and was eager to complete my twice a day regimen of bitters, herbs, sauna, thermal water and of course, good eatin'. This trip we incorporated meditation, massages, bachata, and get an intense lesson on each mineral and its purpose. I came back not just with the smooth skin of a dolphin, but on a mission to keep my overall vessel clean so I can continue to be the healing vessel for others. Although sometimes life seems grim, the opportunities to educate and elevate are always available to you. Email Usha if you're interested in learning more about this life changing experience. https://www.instagram.com/drsebisusha/ Watch at https://www.fadedtruth.com/episodes
PART TWO:The story of the Yosemite Village murders is one that is filled with wtf moments. From Steven Stayner being kidnapped and then escaping to his brother Carey, how had harbored thoughts of hurting and killing women since childhood, acting on those thoughts after his brothers death and becoming a serial killer. In this episode, we take a deep dive into those murders and how the authorities eventually captured Carey Stayner.(commercial at 19:07)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.outsideonline.com/adventure-travel/yosemite-horror/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/5080327/advertisement
The story of the Yosemite Village murders is one that is filled with wtf moments. From Steven Stayner being kidnapped and then escaping to his brother Cary, how had harbored thoughts of hurting and killing women since childhood, acting on those thoughts after his brothers death and becoming a serial killer. In this episode, we take a deep dive into those murders and how the authorities eventually captured Cary Stayner.(commercial at 12:42)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.outsideonline.com/adventure-travel/yosemite-horror/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/5080327/advertisement
We are so excited to journey with you to Three Pines, the fictional French-Canadian village created by Louise Penny for her Three Pines series, featuring Armand Gamache. This spin-off podcast series will tackle each of the books in the series in turn, in a spoiler-FILLED format. Be sure you've read the book before listening to the episode. As you've come to expect with all Currently Reading content, Meredith and Roxanna will follow a regular episode format, with regular segments, so you know what to expect each and every time. We love staying focused on the book, rather than conversational rabbit holes. Show notes for this series will not be time-stamped, but will include links to Bookshop dot org or Amazon for any books or resources referenced in the episode. These are affiliate links, so they kick back a small percentage to us if you buy through them, and help support the work we do on Currently Reading. 1:56 - The Set Up The Cruelest Month by Louise Penny (one L simply due to demographic of readers? Please don't fight me over this!) 3:05 - Putting the Book Into Context Publication date Seasonal setting - Spring, around Easter Book Awards: Agatha Award for Best Novel in 2008, Nominated for: The Anthony Award, The Macavity Award and the Barry Award for Best Novel of 2008 Critic Reviews Alternate Title: Cruelest vs Cruellest - that's the only difference dependent on geographic location of publishing. Meredith's and Roxanna's encounters with the book Currently Reading Season 5: Episode 45 w/Ezeekat 8:46 - A Deeper Exploration Setup and first few paragraphs A seance as the driving source of the mystery Still Life by Louise Penny One note character in Madeline/lack of care for her as a character Gamache not introduced until chapter 9 Pg. 69 - Make note for future reads Gamache as a father and grandfather figure versus an inspector The pacing of the novel Quality of writing itself Themes: Regeneration, Resurrection and its unpredictability, jealousy, equanimity, grief, platonic love, Character Development - Gamache's Pride, Beauvoir The Fear Factor 55:58 - What Do We Need to Know? Village of Three Pines - The Hadley House, Hazel's House A Fatal Grace by Louise Penny Homes as a driver for the plot/characters The Oddness Factor Gamache's accented English 1:06:00 - Superlatives Favorite scene Character MVP Biggest loser Best food description 1:16:32 - Within the Series Is this book skippable? Setting the foundation Favorite quote *Does the reading of passages take you out of the conversation or help enhance it? Let us know at the socials below! Next episode's read: A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny No Spoilers this episode! Connect With Us: Please note the change in Meredith's Instagram handle. This was recorded prior to the change. Meredith is @meredithmondayschwartz on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading
Matt Chandler, pastor of The Village church in Flower Mound, Texas talks with Christian about suffering and having a healthy fear of the Lord. Matt relates his own experience with brain cancer, chemotherapy, marriage issues and the sometimes terrible things he's witnessed as a pastor. Christian and Matt explore some of the not-so-helpful platitudes Christians say to each other and how to honor God and each other in a culture with little honor. https://drinkag1.com/huff — Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D & 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase!https://www.samaritanministries.org/HUFF — Become part of this community TODAY! Join 80,000 Christian households across the nation sharing $30 million in medical needs every month.-
Today we have something a bit different! This is the first hour of the 2023 6-Hour Live Show recorded at Give Kids the World Village in Kissimmee, Florida on Saturday, September 9, 2023! During this show, we raised over $48,000 for the Village as a podcast family! Thank you so very much for your support! During this hour, we talked about some of the D23 announcements that were coming out literally during the show, including changes to the Haunted Mansion, Country Bear Jamboree, Test Track, and more! We hope you enjoy today's show! Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com. Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Also, please follow the show on Twitter @BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast. Become a patron of the Be Our Guest Podcast over at www.patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast. Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!
Welcome back to another episode of In the Red. We're thrilled you've joined us today as we dive deep into a topic that resonates with all of us: friendship. I'm your host, Anthony Hart, and I want to start by sharing something close to my heart. In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to feel isolated. Post-COVID, we've seen a spotlight shine on the issue of isolation, revealing its impact on our lives. It's a space where negativity breeds, where loneliness takes root, and where we often find ourselves cut off from the people who could lend a helping hand. But what if I told you that you hold the key to breaking free from isolation? What if I shared a concept that has transformed my life and the lives of those in my circle? In this episode, we embark on a journey to explore the value of friendship, connection, and community. I've witnessed firsthand how society's obsession with speed, individualism, and materialism has eroded the sense of community that once thrived in our villages. But we can change that. Together, we'll rediscover the power of true friendship and the concept of the village. It's about recognizing that every person brings unique gifts to the table. Just as in a traditional village where individuals have their own strengths and contributions, we, too can come together to support and uplift each other. We'll discuss the importance of actively seeking friendship, not as a means of self-pity or therapy, but as an opportunity to grow together. It starts with looking in the right places, examining your own attitude, and understanding what you bring to the table. And let's not forget the greatest friend of all, the one who laid down his life for us, Jesus. His love and friendship are foundational, and embracing them can transform the way we connect with others. So, if you've been on the quest for true friendship or have felt the weight of isolation, this episode is for you. Join us as we explore the journey from searching for friends to becoming a friend, and discover the beauty of building your own village. Thank you for tuning in to In the Red with Anthony Hart. Let's explore the transformative power of friendship together. Stay connected, stay inspired, and remember, you're never alone when you're part of a village. Let's Go! Want more from Pastor Anthony? Check him out on the FIT Network Resource Hub https://www.fitinfaithmedia.com/mediaapp And on the Founder Collective Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-founder-collective-podcast/id1673059154
When Stalin overthrew the czars in Russia in 1917, many famous Russians made their way to CT, where they created a colony for famous intellectuals. The so-called Russian Village is on the National Register of Historic Places, and it was started by Russian literary giant Ilya Tolstoy, son of famed writer Leo Tolstoy, author of War and Peace. The Village was started 100 years ago this year. The back story is incredible – especially when told by 92-year-old Natasha Jahrsdoerfer, whose vivid recollections from when she lived there at age 3 paint a world that we will never see again.
Join us on a journey of empowerment and balance as we explore the concept of 'It Takes a Village to Sustain a Woman.' In this heartfelt conversation, we learn valuable lessons from personal experiences, highlighting the importance of finding your village, embracing the strength in asking for help, and leaning on your inspiration. Discover how one woman's journey becomes a powerful link connecting family, tradition, and values. Tune in for insights that resonate with every woman navigating life's challenges and triumphs.OTHER PLATFORMS:INSTAGRAMhttps://www.instagram.com/baps_betterlivingMEDIUMhttps://medium.com/bapsbetterliving
Mr. Raymond A. Jetson says, “... If our children are going to feel present and valued and able to be the best version of themselves in the world, we have to be intentional about impacting the world in a way that creates space for that to happen.” In this week's episode, Christina gets practical advice on how to build community for children with disabilities.Resources mentioned in this episodeMeet Raymond A. JetsonBuilding a Village of Support with Raymond A. Jetson (webinar)Children with disabilities need a village of support. Here are 3 ways to build that village for yours. (blog)Building a village of support: 3 ways to help children with disabilities live their best lives (podcast)Learn more about Cornelia de Lange SyndromeIntroduce your child with F-Words; it's not what you think (podcast)Back to school for kids with disabilities: Dear Teacher, meet my son. (blog)How do I partner with the school to support my child? School communication tips for parents and caregiversWhere to find Raymond A. Jetson:Raymond A. Jetson on FacebookRaymond A. Jetson on TwitterRaymond A. Jetson on ThreadsRaymond A. Jetson on InstagramRaymond A. Jetson on LinkedInWhere to find Exceptional LivesFacebookInstagramTikTokLinkedIn
In this special episode of the Gospel Con Carne podcast, your host Alan Graham sits down with Brian Walsh, an author of one of Alan's favorite books, “Beyond Homelessness: Christian Faith in a Culture of Displacement.” When asked about the inspiration behind Community First! Village, Alan frequently references Beyond Homelessness as a book that helped him gain a rich understanding of the true meaning of home. Alan also often explains how Mobile Loaves & Fishes intentionally uses this framework of home in the design of the Village. This year, on the book's 15th anniversary, Brian and his co-author, Steven Bouma-Prediger, have launched a new edition that includes a postscript in which they discuss the evolution of their ideas and share true stories of home and community built anew.
Check out our show notes from Episode 51 of The Moveable Feast:Boogy & Peel: 1 Dupont Cir NW Suite 115, Washington, DC 20036French Alpine Bistro- Crêperie du Village: 400 E Hopkins Ave, Aspen, CO 81611Follow us on Twitter at @MoveFeastPod and on Instagram at @MoveableFeastPod. A big thank you to our producer Claude Jennings and our art director Ryan Harrison.
Want to get a taste of what it's like working with me and learn more about The Village? ⬇️ Book a free call using the link below https://calendly.com/laurennialowery/consult ***** Ever find yourself saying things like “I can't take a break yet, there's still too much to get done”? In this episode, I'm sharing how having to “earn” your rest can run you down, and eventually burn you out.
Dr. Crystal G. Morrison is a highly regarded executive advisor, strategist, leader, scientist, and tech entrepreneur and mother of 3. As a mom, she's spent almost 20 years navigating the complex system of care and advocating for the special needs of her children. It's been frustrating and overwhelming, and millions of parents and caregivers face the same feelings and challenges daily. Her experience inspired her to co-found and lead Meerkat Village, a software company dedicated to improving outcomes for children with special needs by building collaboration and communication among adults providing care. On her journey, she's met countless people working at the intersection of community, education, health care and mental health. She created the Village Vision podcast to celebrate their stories and ignite action. Join us for Ordinary People Extraordinary Lives Sept 13 and in podcast anytime. Find resources at MeerkatVillage.com and connect on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Show host Jeannette Paxia is a #TransformationalSpeaker and Coach, and aims to do whatever she can to help others live life to their fullest. Connect with Jeannette at InnerSuperHero.org. Grab her free guide, How to Create Open Communication with Children at www.innersuperhero.me Please support UnsilencedVoices.org. We thank Smith Sisters and the Sunday Drivers for our theme song. WordofMomRadio.com - sharing the wisdom of women, in business and in life.
As an Alaska Native Corporation, every Chenega MIOS employee is considered an extension of the village, shares Duane Butler, Talent Acquisition Team Lead. “Everybody is better when you like what you do,” is a simple statement, but a goal for Duane's recruiters as they help candidates on their career journeys. And if you're in an active job search and the phone rings…pick it up!“Finding a job is a job. You can't just apply for two jobs, then go back to playing Call of Duty. It does not work like that. You have to put the effort in to make sure that your resume is right. This is an opportunity for somebody to sit down and say, ‘What do I really want to do?' Here's your chance. If you've got the skill set to do it, then do it. No one's gonna make you. No one's telling you to. You have to have that internal drive. So finding that job is a job, so put some hours in.”Find show notes and additional links at: https://clearedjobs.net/chenega-mios-employees-are-an-extension-of-the-village-podcast/
Welcome to this week's visit to The Village where it got so intense, we had to break it into two. This week we will discuss television like the finale of What We Do In The Shadows and the premiere of Star Trek: Lower Decks. All that, plus we remember some people we lost recently. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theawesomevillagepodcast/support
In the Lab today, I share what it's like to move from Ireland to Spain, how I discovered the niche industry that ships supercars all around Europe for wealthy owners and why fitness villages will be the next mega-trend in health. --- Join my free weekly newsletter here: https://bit.ly/40TgDkq --- Visit My Partners for Season 15 - Location Partner: Iconic Offices - Claim your exclusive pod offer: https://bit.ly/iconicEE23 - Wealth Summit - Use code fox150 to get a special priced ticket: https://bit.ly/3r2yvfJ
This week, Gabrielle is joined by Florence Ann Romano to dive into the complexities of friendship and community building and how to focus your energy on the people that truly f%cking matter. She is the author of "Build Your Village: A Guide to Finding Joy and Community in Every Stage of Life” and today she's sharing the six essential people you absolutely need in your community to help it thrive. Whether it's advice on how to part ways with toxic pals or how to set boundaries in your friendships, we're covering it all! Florence dishes out practical advice on recognizing when friendships have run their course and the importance of making room for new, more vibrant connections. It's all about creating space to be your best self. You don't want to miss this episode! Be sure to follow Florence Ann on Instagram and order her book Build Your Village: A Guide to Finding Joy and Community in Every Stage of Life Huge thank you to these incredible sponsors for supporting our show: Factor — Head to factormeals.com/fmltalk50 and use code fmltalk50 to get 50% off. Little Spoon — Go to littlespoon.com/fmltalk and enter our code FMLTALK at checkout to get 30% OFF your first Little Spoon order. Liquid IV — Grab your Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier Sugar-Free in bulk nationwide at Costco or get 20% off when you go to liquidiv.com and use code FMLTALK at checkout. Babbel —For a limited time, FML listeners can get 55% off your Babbel subscription when you go to Babbel.com/FML Osea —This summer, take your glow to go with clean, vegan skincare and body care from OSEA. Get 10% off your first order sitewide with code FMLTALKS at OSEAMalibu.com. ZocDoc —Go to Zocdoc.com/gabrielle and download the Zocdoc app for FREE to find and book a top-rated doctor today. Follow your host! TikTok: @gabrielle_stone Instagram: @gabriellestone & @fmltalkpodcast YouTube: FML TALK Website: www.eatprayfml.com Plus, if you want to submit an FML story, email it to email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Allison shares all of the recent happenings as she leads up to her book launch this week! She shares an overview of each chapter and encourages listeners to continue to chase and accomplish their goals, too!Key Takeaways for Listeners:Gratitude: Allison expresses her immense gratitude for the support of her community and the launch of her book, "She Believed She Could."Behind-the-Scenes: Allison provides a glimpse into the weeks leading up to the book launch, including recording the audiobook, media opportunities, and speaking at the Women's Conference of Florida.The She Believed Foundation: Allison introduces the She Believed Foundation, a nonprofit aimed at providing access to personal and professional development opportunities for young women.Book Highlights: Allison briefly summarizes the chapters in her book, emphasizing the importance of confidence, mindset, goal setting, personal branding, and positive psychology.Goal Setting: Allison emphasizes the significance of setting and achieving meaningful goals and provides tips for effective goal setting.Time Management: Allison shares her success routine and time management skills, offering insights on how to maximize productivity.Personal Branding: Allison discusses the importance of personal branding and how to build a strong personal brand that aligns with your strengths and values.Embracing Change: Allison reflects on the evolution of her own journey and introduces the "Meant for M.O.R.E." framework, encouraging listeners to evaluate their current position and future aspirations.Acknowledgments: Allison expresses gratitude for everyone who has played a part in her journey, shaping her into who she is today.Community: Allison reinforces her belief in her listeners' potential and encourages them to keep moving forward.BOOK LINKS:Amazon: https://amzn.to/41SOslFBarnes and Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/she-believed-she-could-allison-walsh/1143286259?ean=9781394174300Indie Bound: https://bookshop.org/p/books/stop-playing-small-how-to-level-up-in-business-and-life-allison-walsh/19660305?ean=9781394174300Books a million: https://www.booksamillion.com/p/She-Believed-Could/Allison-Walsh/9781394174300?id=8821624561478VIP BOX: https://www.shebelievedfoundation.org/product-page/vip-book-boxSponsor copies: https://www.shebelievedfoundation.org/category/all-products Transcript:[INTRO]Welcome to "She Believed She Could," the show that is dedicated to helping you show up, shine bright, and achieve abundant success. I am your host and coach, Allison Walsh.[INTRODUCTION]Hello, hello! I am beyond blown away that it is officially launch week for "She Believed She Could," the beautiful book baby that I have been working on for so long. I could not be more grateful for this entire experience, and I wanted to catch you up on everything going on behind the scenes.The last few weeks have been full, from recording the audiobook to media opportunities and speaking at the Women's Conference of Florida. Now it's launch week, and I've been busy tidying up last-minute details, preparing for this exciting week. It's crucial to be prepared for anything when you're working on something significant.[GRATITUDE]I want to express my gratitude for your support throughout this process. Hearing from you and learning about your goals and dreams has been incredible. Even if writing a book isn't your goal, I hope you take a chance to bet on yourself. Trust yourself to go after what you want, even if it's unfamiliar. You are smart and resilient, and you don't have to navigate your journey alone.[FOUNDATION AND MISSION]Before I share more about the book, I want to highlight the She Believed Foundation. It's a 501(c)(3) nonprofit I started to increase access to personal and professional development opportunities. 100% of the book's proceeds go directly to the foundation. We also offer options for sponsoring books to ensure they reach libraries, schools, or nonprofits. Expanding the reach and mission of this book and nonprofit has been incredibly fulfilling.[BOOK HIGHLIGHTS]Now, let me share a glimpse of what's inside the book. It's divided into three sections. Part one is "Show Up," and it begins with Chapter One: "Optimize Your Potential – You've Already Got What It Takes." This chapter reminds you that your potential is within you and introduces positive psychology concepts.Chapter Two: "Own It – Embrace Who You Are" emphasizes understanding your strengths and aligning them with your passions. It includes stories from my own experiences, including my business partnership with Jen.Chapter Three: "Letting Go to Grow – Releasing What Holds You Back" talks about making bold life changes and taking ownership of your future. I share my personal experience of breaking off an engagement and how it shaped my path.[CONFIDENCE AND SELF-CARE]Part two is "Shine Bright." Chapter Four: "Master Your Mindset – Confidence Is Your Key to Success" dives into mastering your mindset and overcoming imposter syndrome. I share my journey as Miss Florida and how I handled criticism.Chapter Five: "A Checkup from the Neck Up – Take Care of Yourself" highlights the importance of mental and physical health. It discusses the Health Quadra and the role it plays in a fulfilled life.Chapter Six: "Relationships Matter – It Takes a Village" emphasizes the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people, mentorship, and investing in personal and professional development.[ACHIEVE ABUNDANT SUCCESS]Part three is "Achieve Abundant Success." Chapter Seven: "Get Strategic – Set and Achieve Meaningful Goals" provides a framework for setting and achieving goals. It encourages you to start now and take consistent action.Chapter Eight: "Your Success Routine – Master Your Time Management Skills" reveals how to manage your time effectively. I share my morning routine and structuring success for thriving, not just getting by.Chapter Nine: "Building Your Brand – Your Story Is Your Superpower" delves into personal branding and making your message your mission. It provides valuable insights and frameworks for building your brand.Chapter Ten: "Embrace Your Evolution – When to Lean into New Opportunity" shares a transformative experience that led to a significant life change. It introduces the "Men for More" framework to help you evaluate where you are and where you want to be.[GRATITUDE AND COMMUNITY]I'm grateful for the endorsements from individuals I've admired for decades, like John Gordon, Laura Rutledge, Jeb Blount, Dorie Clark, Dr. Anita Bouchard, and JJ Virgin. These endorsements mean the world to me.I also want to acknowledge everyone who has been part of my journey. Every person has shaped me, motivated me, and inspired me. I'm grateful for the messy and magical moments, the ups and downs, and everything in between.[CONCLUSION]Thank you for being part of this community, and thank you for believing in me. I believe in you 1,000%, and my hope is that you do too. Keep being proud of yourself, keep putting one foot in front of the other, and remember, you already have what it takes.[TUNE IN]Stay tuned for more exciting content and updates. This is your home, and you can always come here whenever you need. Take whatever you need, and leave what you don't. Keep moving forward. Bye for now.
Have you ever wondered why Portland's Safe Rest Village for RVs is still under-occupied, despite being home to over 80 qualified residents? Ever pondered the intricacies of establishing a structured, drug-free community amidst an existing one that operates under completely different rules? We unpack these unexpected challenges the Salvation Army faces and shed light on the tug of war between structure and drug addiction that stands as a significant obstacle to rehabilitation.By the same token, we deconstruct how Portland's decriminalization of drugs starkly contrasts with its high rate of fentanyl overdose, accentuating the desperate need for robust addiction services. Our conversation dives into the city's housing crisis, pinpointing how affordable housing initiatives are obstructed by the drug addiction epidemic. We also delve into the wider implications of these challenges on politics and the urgency for innovative initiatives. We leave no stone unturned in our exploration of the need for comprehensive, holistic solutions that not only accommodate the homeless, but also assist in their recovery and rehabilitation.Support the show
In Part 2 in our series on relationships, we dig deeper into the idea of your "village". Who is in your support system? Who are the people that are a part of the bigger picture and who are the ones that are a part of your "inner circle"? Authentic relationships with both groups play an integral part in life.
Are you longing to find the man of your dreams and wondering how to make it happen quickly? In this episode, we sit down with Monica, to delve into the eight key things you should do to attract that special someone into your life sooner than you think. **1. Change Your Mindset:** Monica emphasizes the importance of transforming your mindset about dating, relationships, and love. Discover how shifting your perspective can open doors to a more fulfilling romantic life. **2. Finding Happiness Within:** Learn how to cultivate genuine happiness and contentment within yourself, even when you're not in a relationship. Monica shares insightful tips on building a strong foundation of self-love. **3. Raise Your Standards:** It's time to raise the bar when it comes to your relationship standards. Monica discusses the significance of setting high standards and staying committed to them, ensuring you attract a partner who aligns with your values. **4. Define Your Ideal Relationship:** Take the time to figure out precisely what you want from a relationship. Understanding your desires and expectations will help you navigate the dating world with clarity. **5. Know Your Ideal Man:** Discover the importance of identifying the type of man you genuinely desire. **6. Don't Take It Personally:** Rejections and disappointments are part of the dating journey. Monica explains why not taking these setbacks personally is crucial to maintaining your self-esteem and resilience. **7. Trust in the Process:** Trust that the universe has a plan for you. Monica encourages you to have faith in the timing of your love story and trust that it will unfold when the time is right. **8. Stay Open to Possibilities:** Finally, give yourself permission to stay open to the endless possibilities of how and with whom you might meet your dream man. Whether you're new to the dating scene or looking to make some changes in your approach, Monica's expert advice will empower you to take control of your romantic destiny. Tune in and embark on your journey to attract the man of your dreams faster than you ever imagined! ------- Make sure to follow Savage Babe's Instagram accounts @savagebabecollection and @savagebaddiesloungewear for updates and more. If you're a fan of the Savage Babe Podcast, hosted by Monica @adventurelustcollective, head over to their YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUWeL2IhH77oXyYuNqHJlEw/featured. Savage Babe Collection also offers guided journals which can be found on their website. If you prefer to shop locally, you can purchase their products in person at The Fit Donut. Follow Fit Donut's Instagram account @thefitdonut to learn more. For a relaxing wellness experience, check out Monica's favorite health and wellness spa in the Boise area, Elevate Mind Body Studio. By referring Savage Babe when you walk into the facility, you can get a free pass! Follow Elevate's Instagram account @elevatemindbodystudios to learn more. For clean and local eating options, use the code "SAVAGEBABE" to save 10% off when purchasing from Clean Juice at The Village. Follow Clean Juice's Instagram account @cleanjuicethevillage to learn more. If you enjoyed the Savage Babe Podcast, don't forget to screenshot the episode and tag them at @savagebabecollection. Leave them a 5-star review to help build awareness of the podcast. Savage Babe Collection sends love to all their supporters and fans. Thank you for continuing to support their mission.
Vera Wylde and Jessie Gender take up residence in the Village wherein can be found "The Prisoner." Episode 4, Free for All - It's election time in the Village and #2 proposes that #6 should run for office... the office of #2. Will #6 play along? Will he even have a choice?
Our story tonight is called Something Borrowed and it's the next installment in ourseries leading up to a special day here in the Village of Nothing Much. It's a story about early morning at the Inn. It's also about pretty plates brought out of the pantrycupboards... cardamom and cinnamon... and remembering that you don't have to doeverything on your own. We give to a different charity each week and this week we are giving to theGoFundMe Education Fund. This funds as many teacher-led back to school fundraisers as possible. https://www.gofundme.com/f/learning-and-education-cause-fund. We have a link to them in our show notes. Subscribe to our ad-free and bonus episodes at nothingmuchhappens.comPurchase Our Book: https://bit.ly/Nothing-Much-HappensSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.