In this best of Sturgis episode I discuss the recent picket line at the ports in Boston and explain exactly why people sit and are not paid for it. Celedon execs are spared prosecution, is anyone surprised by this? Walmart is rolling out a 60 foot multi-temp trailer for use in Canada. Will drivers be … Continue reading Trucking Answers | Why waiting time pays zero | Harley class action | A Reason we are not on Mars | #110 →
What would it be like to live only—and exclusively—in the present? Clive Wearing, a former musician for the BBC, is now the most famous amnesia patient in the world. In 1985, Clive suffered a severe fever that gave him both anterograde and retrograde amnesia. That means he can neither form new memories, nor recall most of his previous life. Instead, he lives his life thirty seconds at a time. Clive's struggle has been well chronicled in two documentaries, the first produced in 1986 and the second in 2005. Clive retains some knowledge—he can play piano expertly, for example, and remembers that he is married—he doesn't remember the wedding, his children, or his wife's name. The dominant experience of Clive's life, repeated hundreds of times a day, is of waking up from a coma for the very first time, without knowledge of who or where he is. “You are the first people I've spoken to in thirty years,” he repeatedly tells his interviewers. Clive's story has inspired multiple publications of medical and psychological research, not to mention haunting existential questions. Who are we without our memories? What is life worth with no knowledge of the past and no ability to form new experiences from the present? Where is the hope for the future in this? While much has been written about Clive, the most powerful story lies with his wife, Deborah. The two had been married only a year when catastrophe struck. In the midst of her shock and grief, Deborah campaigned relentlessly to get Clive the care he needed. However, after seven years, she reached an impasse. A future with Clive seemed unbearable after years of the same questions, the same confusion, the same anguish. Deborah decided to leave and start a new life in America. She moved to New York, intent on resuming a career in the arts. She even tried new relationships. However, none of it worked. “I wanted to be with someone else and have kids and a regular life. Yet how can you love somebody when you already love somebody? I loved Clive,” she wrote later in her book Forever Today. It was only after she returned to England, torn by what felt like the impossibility of life, that she found a future. It came from an unexpected source. “I'd reached the end of my tether, and I rang a friend and I asked her to pray for me,” Deborah described years later. "She was the only Christian I knew, and as she was whispering away to God, I just felt this extraordinary power coming into me. And I knew that God was in my room. I just had this incredible sense that I was really, really loved … and that emptiness that I had been trying to fill all those years with relationships, with food, with alcohol, I was filled. " That moment changed everything for Deborah. She discovered peace. Though God did not erase her suffering or Clive's, suddenly their lives were imbued with purpose. In a scene from the 2005 documentary, standing in a London church, Deborah tells Clive about one of the last concerts he performed before the illness stole his memory: “It was so moving that everyone was in tears. That's how good of a musical director you were.” At this, Clive is filled with emotion. Though he cannot remember the scene, or even the name of the woman describing it to him, he sensed her compassion. “I'm amazed that you would say that,” he said. “I can't think that.” “You were marvelous. You still are marvelous,” she replied and kissed him on the cheek. Where, in the entire modern arsenal of materialist evolution, self-help, and expressive individualism is love like that to be found? Much less explained. Each of these dominant theories that claim to explain so much only turns the search for love and purpose inward. In the end, as Augustine described, these eternal values become incurvatus in se, destructively turned in on themselves—no help in the face of serious struggle. True love, like what Deborah offers Clive, dignifies the other. It's turned outward. Though he doesn't recall her visits, when asked what he wants to do after Deborah leaves, Clive answers: “A gin and tonic I think, and a cigarette. Waiting for time to elude and disappear. And her arrival.”
Waiting for Hollywood to call… John Moses is on the show and one of Canada's darkest, from recovering degenerate to roasting degenerates, he's a 3x Gotham Comedy Live performer and favorite, as real as can be and a must see on stage, with two hours “On The Edge” & “Upper Middle Trash” voted by Laughspin & SiriusXM as one of the Top Albums of 2012 & 2016, you can hear him regularly as the cohost of the popular podcast Fight Stories and right here on Episode 129.
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Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney met with the media on Wednesday morning to discuss the recent signings of Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, and Pavel Zacha, as well as the ongoing contract negotiations with David Pastrnak. Host Ian McLaren breaks down what we learned frm the GM, including an openness to starting the season without an extension in place for Pastrnak, how the team will remain cap compliant, and whether Fabian Lysell is a candidate to make the team. Plus, since condolences to the Stetler family in Edmonton after young Oilers superfan Ben passed away Wednesday after a battle with cancer. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
8/11/2022 | Today's daily devotional by C. H. Spurgeon on SermonAudio: Title: Waiting, Not Running Subtitle: Faith's Checkbook by Spurgeon Speaker: C. H. Spurgeon Broadcaster: Prince of Preachers Event: Audio Book Date: 8/11/2022 Bible: Psalm 62:1 Length: 1 min.
Up to 40 former Air New Zealand workers made redundant during Covid are yet to be hired back despite the airline cutting its flight schedule due to staffing issues. The national carrier's had its highest rates of crew sickness in more than a decade leading to fight cancellations. It is cutting back its domestic and international schedules to 90 percent of pre-Covid capacity for the next six months - including the busy summer holiday period, to ensure it has backup crew to step in. The changes mean disruptions for about 100,000 people. During Covid Air NZ shed about 4500 workers. Union E Tū says some of them are keen to fill the gaps. Its head of aviation Savage joins Lisa Owen.
Earlier this year, VICE News reporter David Gilbert took us behind the “JFK cult” headlines, and into the lives of those who were swept up by the QAnon offshoot movement that traveled to the fateful grassy knoll in downtown Dallas to witness one man's prediction: the return of the assassinated president. This week we are revisiting this story with a few updates on those still in Dallas, awaiting JFK. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tonight's bedtime story is a gentle reading of the classic tale of Tom Thumb about a young boy who is no bigger than his father's thumb and who experiences many dangerous adventures. Will Little Tom survive all the perils of this risky journey? Well...lights out! Settle in and let's find out together!Sweet dreamzzz...The music in this episode is 'Waiting for Light' by Raighes FactorySleep Phones (Pajamas for your ears!)https://www.sleepphones.com/?aff=78010% Discount Coupon Code: DRIFTOFF10 (NOTE: This coupon code must used with the affiliate link provided)*10% off a minimum purchase of $99.95**One discount coupon per customer and offer excludes gift cards***OFFER ENDS NOVEMBER 1, 2022**BetterHelp is an online counselling service offering licensed professional therapists without the inconvenience of leaving your home. Get 10 % off your first month by signing up at, www.betterhelp.com/DriftOffIf you love this podcast and would like to have access to bonus episodes as well as no intro and ad-free listening, you can subscribe to driftoff.supercast.comYou can also support this podcast with your ratings, kind words and sharing the podcast with friends and loved ones.Learn more about me and this podcast by visiting my websitehttps://www.bedtimestoriesforsleep.comLet's be socialhttps://www.instagram.com/driftoffbedtimestories
4:45- Nick Ninja - Did he "pull through" with his 2000 pull up challenge to raise 40K for a wheelchair accessible van? Listen to find out!!!!8:18- Yvonne still chugging and plugging with her infamous return to school. "Where are my test results?" No one has answers. 25:08 - Adele talks about vaca and taking time to heal. 32:44- LGBT History Month October 2022 WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR COMING OUT STORY!!!! DM US @MIXDKINISH and get you on the PODCAST!There is nothing more powerful than your story!xoxoxoxo
“Crumb time” is the little pieces of time that get lost throughout the day. Instead of giving away your crumb time to unproductive distractions, build systems that complete big projects with small actions. Today, I'll tell you how. Crumb time is everywhere throughout our days. Whenever we do something substantial with our time, little chunks of time of various sizes and shapes fall to the floor. What is crumb time? Crumb time has a combination of the following qualities: Short amounts of time. Crumb time can be less than a minute, or several minutes. Unknown lengths of time. You often don't know when your crumb time will be over. It could end in a few seconds, or a few minutes. Distracting environments. It's hard enough to focus when you don't know when you'll be interrupted, but the environments in which crumb time take place are often noisy, with lots of activity. Some examples of crumb time: Standing in line at an airport: Lots is going on, you're waiting for your boarding call. Riding in a cab: The scenery is changing, but you might have a good idea how much time you have. Waiting for a friend to meet you for lunch: They could come in the door in two seconds, or twenty minutes. Why do we give away crumb time? Crumb time feels insignificant, and we think we need a controlled environment and a big block of time to do anything useful. You don't have the time or mental bandwidth, it seems, to make substantial progress reading a book, or writing an article. So, we doomscroll on Twitter, blow off steam with a game such as Wordle, or do something pseudo-productive such as check email once again. Productive uses of crumb time We just give away our crumb time, but we could turn it into something useful. Here are some things you could do with crumb time: Review highlights in your Zettelkasten: My favorite use of crumb time is reviewing my highlights from a book. I export them to Markdown, and whenever I have a moment, I scroll through the highlights in a plain-text app on my phone. I bold any of the highlights that are extra interesting. When my crumb time is over, I mark my place and lock my phone. Learn about something: A crumb-time list is a key component of a system of curiosity management, which I talked about on episode 284. Keep a list of subjects you'd like to learn about, and when you have crumb time, read a Wikipedia page. (I'm not a fan of read-later apps, because the easier it is to save articles, the harder it is to read all of them). Brainstorm social media updates: Twitter is a great place to share ideas, a terrible place to have them. Brainstorm potential tweets in a text file, to polish and schedule later. How about doing nothing at all? Another valid use of your crumb time is simply doing nothing. But when you choose to do something, you may as well do something useful. Anything other than giving away crumb time is better than building that bad habit. The more you give away crumb time, the easier that becomes the default use of your crumb time. Take a seven-day crumb-time challenge You don't need to change your crumb time habits all at once, forever. Instead, try a seven-day crumb-time challenge. Here's how: Delete social media apps. You can do most things on Twitter or Instagram from desktop. Get them off your phone, to force yourself to make good use of crumb time. Block social media websites. Use the parental controls on your phone to block websites to which you give away your crumb time. For me that's twitter.com and instagram.com. On the iPhone, use the “Limit Adult Websites” feature, and add whatever sites you want to the block list. (You can also add adult websites to the allowed sites if that's your thing.) Set up crumb-time actions. If you have a Zettelkasten, you know what to do. If you don't have one, for a quick-start you could export your highlights from your favorite book and have them available on your phone. Set up a list of things you'd like to look up when you have crumb time. Set up a scratch file for brainstorming social media updates, or set up anything else you could make progress on when you have a minute. Audio crumb time You're of course not always able to use your hands during crumb time, such as when you're driving. This is actually a great reason to have a podcast. Sharing your ideas with others is nice, but if you want to review your own ideas during crumb time, with a podcast you already have a convenient format in which to do so. But, you can also listen to articles or text you'd like to review using the text-to-speech feature on your phone, or an app, such as Otter. Crumb time becomes something bigger I like the term “crumb time” not only because it implies crumb time's perceived insignificance, but also because substantial things consist of crumbs. Bakers talk about the “crumb structure” of a cake, which is the mix of air and pastry that makes up the cake. In agriculture, soil has taken on a “crumb structure” when it has the right amount of moisture for the soil to bead into crumbs. Soil with a crumb structure has an ideal mix of air and moisture to be a good environment for plants to take root, and for microorganisms to assist in the plant's growth. Crumb time is powerful because it seems too insignificant to be worth anything. But if you use your crumb time well, those little pieces of time can build into something bigger. Here are some ways: Write a book: A book is little more than a collection of thoughts, and crumb time is enough to develop individual thoughts. I shared on episode 260 my newsletter system, which makes use of crumb time: My tweets grow into newsletters, which grow into podcast articles, which grow into books. Or, you can take a more direct approach. Walter Isaacson has said he writes on his phone while waiting in the airport, and Kirsten Oliphant wrote an entire book during two weeks' time on the treadmill. Build a database of knowledge: Instead of writing a book, you can aim to build a database of knowledge, such as the Zettelkasten I talked about on episode 250. Highlighting highlights is the easiest use of crumb time, but you can do other Zettelkasten tasks with your crumb time, such as clearing your inbox. Make real progress: Even if you don't aspire to write a book or build a Zettelkasten, you can use your crumb time to make real progress on any of your projects. Think of crumb time as a “context”, a la Getting Things Done. Just as you might mark a next action as “@home”, “@office”, or with my Seven Mental States of creativity, you can mark tasks as “@crumbtime”. Then you have a list of tasks you can do with little time and attention. Imagine what your crumb time could become Pay attention to how you use your crumb time, and you'll find significant uses of time and energy that could be put toward something productive. In the same time and mental effort it takes to play Wordle every day, you could build a database of knowledge, write articles, or even books. I encourage you to try a seven-day crumb-time challenge. Let me know how it goes! Image: Pexals Thank you for having me on your podcasts! Thank you for having me on your podcasts. Thank you to Ben Henley-Smith at Cord's Best Work podcast. As always, you can find all podcasts I've been on at kadavy.net/interviews. About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. 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We live in a world that hates to wait. Our lives today are fast and frenzied. So why won't your old habits disappear in a flash? Consider why training and waiting bring great value.Focus verses: Romans 15:13, Titus 2:11-14, 1 Corinthians 9:24-27, Isaiah 40:28-31
(8/10/22) Markets have rallied up into resistance over the past few days, consolidating at previous resistance levels, waiting on today's inflation print. [NOTE: At 7:30a CDT, CPI reported "cooler" than expected, at 8.5% year over year.] Weaker inflation will be interpreted as being good for stocks, because the Fed may be compelled to slow their aggressive rate hike campaign. Regardless, markets are very overbought on a short-term basis. The longer-term MACD indicator, however, is starting to weaken, suggesting price momentum is slowing. The question now is how stocks might transition over the next few days. There is more risk to the downside than there is upside potential. A correction back to the 50-DMA will provide a better opportunity to put capital to work. Hosted by RIA Advisors' Chief Investment Strategist, Lance Roberts, CIO Produced by Brent Clanton -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/insights/real-investment-daily/ -------- Watch the video version of this report by subscribing to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1q6ReEi7_4&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 ------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #CPI #Inflation #FederalReserve #InterestRates #Markets #Money #Investing
On this episode of Hoodoo & Chill , Seer & Toya lecture on the importance of faith , recognizing confirmation and becoming a spiritual first responder. This is a *must listen to* episode guiding practitioner's on faith and self-confidence building. Please remember to follow and donate to the Podcast & we appreciate all 5-star ratings and comments.Order SoothSayer Cartomancy Deck Follow Us On Wisdom AppDonate To Our PodcastFollow Us On IG @seer.bello & @toyAlexandria @HoodooConjureRootworkDonate To Our Podcast Join The ClubJoin The Official Hoodoo Conjure Rootwork Discord Server! Show CreditsProducer - @Seer.BelloWriter - @Seer.Bello Editor- @Seer.BelloThe Bearded Mystic Podcast Rahul N Singh is the host of The Bearded Mystic Podcast that explores the Hindu...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Belt of TruthExploring topics crucial for men on their journey to becoming spiritual leaders.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Jason and Amy Carter are my guests again today as we continue our discussion of their book "Oaks and Ruins - Letting God Redeem Your Loss", which they wrote after the death of their daughter Katie Beth in the fall of 2016. This book is based on Isaiah 61:3-4 and includes eight chapters brimming with wisdom and encouragement for grieving moms and dads. Last week we talked about the first four chapters (Loss, Listen, Look, and Learn), and today we discuss the last four - Live, Love, Laugh, and Legacy. Click HERE to purchase your own copy of "Oaks and Ruins - Letting God Redeem Your Loss" by Jason and Amy Carter on Amazon.Click HERE to learn more about Live & Love Ministries. Links related to the While We're Waiting ministry:Our website with information about our free retreats for bereaved parents at The Refuge in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and other venues around the United States: www.whilewerewaiting.orgOur public WWW Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/whilewearewaiting/Our private WWW Facebook group just for bereaved parents: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WhileWereWaiting.SupportForBereavedParentsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/while.were.waiting/Make a tax-deductible donation to the While We're Waiting ministry: https://whilewerewaiting.org/donation/You can reach Jill by email at: email@example.com
This episode is packed with info about CREATINE Supplementation Over 50. I've been asked about creatine. I talked about it at the Flipping 50 April master class series (This topic comes up frequently in our masterclasses the second Wednesday of each month. Watch the banners at top of site or if you're already on our email subscribers list, you'll be invited. To join that list link here). I shared that I was testing creatine and would share my results. First, you may be wondering what does it do and why creatine supplementation might be for you. It is another of those things that we will produce naturally less of as we age. First against muscle loss and frailty it is key in supporting lean muscle gains. It's been used and questioned for decades as a supplement for body builders and figure competitors. You too may have asked about it if you have teens or young adults hoping to gain size and strength for high school football. These are often times when it comes across your radar, at least in the past. You may start hearing more about it as we look for ways to boost muscle now for decades ahead. As with anything, research featuring older adults is what we're exploring here. The good news: The science suggests there aren't any known negative side effects for older adults and supplementing with this could help avoid sarcopenia. It is still always wise to consult a physician about any medications you're taking and any interactions between that and supplements you take to both enhance absorption and prevent interference deeming either ineffective. Defining Sarcopenia Sarcopenia: significant loss of muscle and strength over the lifetime without any strength or dietary interventions to prevent it associated with diseases including but not isolated to insulin resistance (now seen in young adults more and more often), diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and cancer, to name just a few. To calculate whether you're sarcopenic: Determine if you're already mildly sarcopenic by looking at your Muscle Mass Index (MMI). Similar to Body Mass Index (BMI), which is antiquated and still overused in doctor's offices as a measure of health, MMI tells you more about your body composition, even without a scale. MMI is a measure of your muscle mass divided by your height squared. Input your height and your lean muscle mass in pounds. To find that you'll need a Smart Scale that tells you (skeletal) muscle mass in pounds, not just everything but fat mass which includes your organs and bone. To cheat and not have to do math, you can find an online BMI calculator like this one from National Health Institute. [https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/BMI/bmicalc.htm] Use this for risk evaluation: Mild sarcopenia = males: 8.51-10.75; females: 5.76-6.75 Severely sarcopenic = males: SMI < 8.51; females SMI < 5.76 My experience with creatine supplementation: It's made strength gains easier, recovery faster, and definition better… without trying harder. In other words it's the same routine and effort with improved results. How to take it: 5 g in a simple shake or smoothie before I train (preference) If I haven't, I didn't have a shake before, then I'll do it after. Who is a good candidate? If you have been lifting for a period of time optimizing adequate strength training by following the strength recommendations necessary for adequate stimulus often shared here at Flippingfifty.com, you're a perfect candidate for creatine. Beginners to strength training are going to already see gains in muscle fiber recruitment in the first 6-8 weeks that will lead first to strength. With additional lifting and adequate protein there will be support for greater number of muscle fiber and size, though size should not be emphasized here as with age it will be difficult to gain great size. For women this statement should also not be a deterrent. It's very hard, as an older woman, to actually gain hypertrophy (size) in muscle. Though many women still fear bulk from lifting, they often are: Using the wrong protocol Eating insufficient protein Undereating or overeating carbs and fat causing inflammation Not allowing recovery from exercise (again visible inflammation will look like “bulk”) For a beginning strength trainer, adequate benefits will come from increased overload. Additional benefit is not as likely from adding supplements. The first step to better results in strength is lifting. Step two is to be aware of the regular intake of adequate protein at meals (multiple posts on this site go into detail on this). Intake of protein close to weightlifting is key to boosting muscle protein synthesis (build up) and preventing muscle protein breakdown. To add muscle mass which in turn improves body composition, adequate protein type and timing combined with lifting is important. From the literature: Creatine supplementation can augment gains in muscle mass and strength during a period of exercise training in older adults already optimizing adequate strength training to their advantage (as opposed to beginners). How to start if you're severely under-muscled or frail: Research suggests creatine (monohydrate) is generally supplemented in relatively large doses (four times 5 g/d) for a relatively short 5-7 d period to increase skeletal muscle phosphocreatine content. A maintenance dose of 2-5 g of creatine/d is subsequently taken to maintain the elevated muscle phosphocreatine levels. Additional Candidates for Creatine Supplementation Vegans, Vegetarians, or anyone avoiding red meat may want to consider creatine. Meat, specifically red meat, are best sources of creatine. Winning with this It's tasteless so it's an easy addition. I use it daily (recovery days too; you're building, recovering, or sustaining) Exercise Nutrition Tips: Whole food first Check your micronutrient sufficiency, quality protein intake, and overall absorption of the good foods we're eating. “Healthy” isn't enough. Your healthy foods may not agree with you any more so make sure you're considering your gut health and use signs of gas, bloating, constipation or diarrhea as signs to do something different. You are not what you eat, but what you absorb. Your midlife body may need a change to provide you with the rewards you deserve from exercise. Helpful? Love to hear from you. Please leave a comment. References: Devries, M.C., and S. Phillips (2014). Creatine Supplementation during Resistance Training in Older Adults-a Meta-analysis. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 46:1194-1203. Volpi E, Nazemi R, Fujita S. Muscle tissue changes with aging. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2004 Jul;7(4):405-10. doi: 10.1097/01.mco.0000134362.76653.b2. PMID: 15192443; PMCID: PMC2804956. Resources Mentioned: Continuous Blood Glucose Monitor: https://www.flippingfifty.com/glucose Other Episodes You Might Like: It's Not Just How Much Protein: Plant vs Animal Protein: https://www.flippingfifty.com/plant-vs-animal-protein/ It's Not Just About How Much Protein: https://www.flippingfifty.com/how-much-protein/ The Ultimate Smoothie Guide: https://www.flippingfifty.com/ultimate-after-50-smoothies-guide/ Coming Soon! Hot Not Bothered Challenge Boost your MoJo with the right exercise to get started (or reset) your energy and muscle. Waiting list: https://www.flippingfifty.com/hnb-challenge
Reading 1 Samuel 22:1-10 (NLT) ~ Scripture reading followed by discussion. David waiting on the LORD. The LORD begins to build a following around David. David's grandmother, Ruth, was a Moabite. The rabble of people following David, foreshadowing Jesus. Saul, really losing it, accuses his closest men of conspiring against him. Saul wanting everyone to like him, be on his side, and feel sorry for him. Two kings and how they approach their problems. Encouragement to wait on the LORD.
Dennis is joined via Zoom by writer-performer Will Nolan to discuss his show Gay History for Straight People hosted by his drag alter ego Leona, a 72 year old Southern lesbian who works at the Piggly Wiggly and is obsessed with Kelly Clarkson. Dennis first met Will when Will was a producer on the syndicated LGBT radio show Twist, which Dennis co-hosted from 2006 to 2008. Will talks about how he got into performing after her turned 40, where the character of Leola comes from, the reactions he's gotten from straight audiences to the show, Leola's go-to casserole and buying Leola's wardrobe from Party City and 5 Below. Dennis and Will also reminisce about their days working on Twist and their interactions with such A listers as Beyonce, Rob Thomas, Larry Kramer and Jennifer Lopez. Other topics include: appearing in the show and book Mortified, getting gay married and adopting a child before it was cool, why Kelly Clarkson is so awesome, and prank calling a John Schneider's mother because it made him feel closer to Bo Duke from Dukes of Hazzard. https://www.leolasladyland.com/
Have you recently waited eagerly to find out what teacher you'll have this year? Join me as we talk about the good news found in Psalm 23:1! Get our 365-day Old Testament daily devotional book: https://amzn.to/3nYC821 Get your free copy of the simplified Old Testament outline here: https://kristenwalkersmith.com/oldtestamentsimplified/ And grab Cali's scripture study guide here: https://comefollowmestudy.com/shop/ Discount code: OMSS
Para la programación veraniega de los martes de agosto hemos cocinado unas sesiones de punk rock con una selección de pildorazos que sonarán non stop y sin interrupciones. Segundo capítulo de los martes al punk en donde seguimos rescatando discos clásicos, esta vez del período 1977 y 1978. Playlist; (sintonía) IAN DURY “Wake up and make love with me” RICHARD HELL and THE VOIDOIDS “Blank generation” THE BOOMTOWN RATS “Joey’s on the streets again” JOHNNY THUNDERS “It’s not enough” SEX PISTOLS “Holidays in the sun” DEAD BOYS “All this and more” DIODES “Shapes of things to come” RAMONES “We’re a happy family” THE DAMNED “One way love” WIRE “Pink flag” EDDIE AND THE HOT RODS “Do anything you wanna do” SUICIDE “Ghost rider” EATER “Sweet Jane” THE DRONES “Persecution complex” THE DICTATORS “Exposed” BLONDIE “Denise” MINK DEVILLE “Spanish stroll” ELVIS COSTELLO “Waiting for the end of the world” Escuchar audio
National MP Sam Uffindell has been stood down from the party's caucus while an investigation is carried out into further allegations of bullying raised by RNZ. A woman who flatted with the Tauranga MP at university in 2003 has told RNZ's Morning Report Uffindell was an aggressive bully who once pounded on her bedroom door, screaming obscenities, until she fled through her window. In a statement issued late Tuesday night, Uffindell denied claims he engaged in "intimidatory or bullying" behaviour, but said there was a falling-out between flatmates. The allegations follow revelations that Uffindell, as a teenager, beat up a younger boy at Auckland's prestigious King's College boarding school and was asked to leave. National Party leader Christopher Luxon spoke to Guyon Espiner.
Welcome to the Village! On today's episode, we have a discussion around a education documentary from 2010 called Waiting for "Superman". On the surface, it might seem odd for two homeschoolers to discuss a doc about public schools. However, we have parents in our coop who chose this path based on this powerful documentary. Stay tuned for more! Want to get in touch? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
I talk about how to build the self-esteem and courage to fight for your dreams even when everyone around you is a doubter. The only person who needs to believe in your talents, ability and capacity is YOU. Waiting around for the approval of others to live out your dreams is giving your power away. Don't make yourself out to be the victim if others don't approve or believe in your dreams. All the strength you are looking for resides in you. Believe in yourself and let your actions speak for themselves. Set your goals and become unstoppable!!! Follow me on social media @MamasConGanas Leave me a comment on the episode: www.mamasconganaspodcast.com/147
Waiting is difficult for everyone. As writers, being on hold impacts more than our time. Candy Arrington and Linda Goldfarb discuss the keys to waiting well.Linda's industry expert is Candy Arrington – Candy is a writer, blogger, and speaker. She has over twenty years of experience writing for publication. Candy's topics include faith, health, caregiving, personal growth, suicide, and moving beyond challenging life circumstances. She is the author of three nonfiction books and hundreds of articles in numerous print and online outlets.In this episode, we discuss: 5 steps for writers “on pause” to considerWaiting moments writers experienceHow Candy experienced waiting in her writing journeyHow writers can benefit from waiting5 Keys to Waiting WellCandy ArringtonCandy's book - Life on Pause: Learning to Wait Well5-Keys to Waiting Well PDF DownloadIf you enjoy Your Best Writing Life's content- consider a monthly donation through Patreon. Support Your Best Writing Life podcastVisit our website, Your Best Writing Life websiteJoin fellow writers in our Facebook group, Your Best Writing LifeI'd love to hear your thoughts about this episode --LindaAbout your host - Linda GoldfarbBesides hosting Your Best Writing Life, Linda Goldfarb is a multi-published award-winning author, audiobook narrator, international speaker, board-certified Christian life coach, co-owner, co-founder of the LINKED® Personality System, and co-author of the LINKED® Quick Guide to Personality series.Linda also hosts her brand new Staying REAL About Faith & Family podcast - Check it out!Linda and her hubby, Sam, are empty nesters leading full lives. Life is a new adventure every day with four adult children and 15 grandbabies. She loves sipping frothed coffee with friends, traveling the countryside with Sam, and sharing transparent truth to help others take their next best step-- personally and professionally. Visit the website of our host, Linda Goldfarb
In today's episode, Emily is talking about the flow of life. She is sharing a beautiful experience she had in California when she was watching the surfers wait for the perfect wave to come. This experience made Emily think, “Why in life do we think we can just power our way through the natural flow of life?” Things get a lot easier and more beautiful when we just ride the wave of life. Each time we face challenges and hardships in life, we are equipping ourselves for what's to come. We are adding tools to our belt so that the next time we go through a challenge, we are better prepared for it and can face whatever comes our way. In this episode we talk about: Emily shares a story that is a beautiful metaphor for the rhythm of life Riding the wave of life can can be unpredictable but so beautiful Seasons of life that are challenging are preparing us for what's to come next Waiting for the right wave aka the next right move for our life Tapping into the flow of life to perform optimally and feel fulfilled Breaking patterns and cycles that are not allowing you to progress **ANNOUNCEMENT** My 90 Day Coaching & Mentorship Program is OPEN for applications. The next round starts in August. Find more information HERE. APPLY HERE: https://bit.ly/39UmSia Evolve X Worldwide: https://www.patreon.com/EvolveXWorldwide SUPPORT THE SHOW Here: Cured Nutrition: https://www.curednutrition.com/emilyhayden/ 20% off code “EMILYHAYDEN” All links: https://linktr.ee/evolvewithemilypodcast https://linktr.ee/emilyhayden Connect with Emily here: Instagram | YouTube | TikTok My favorite supplements www.1stphorm.com/EmilyHaydenFitness Bay Breeze music courtesy of the artist, FortyThr33
Short episode summary Are you waiting to lose weight before learning how to run the right way? If so, that's a mistake! Timestamps of big takeaways Being Overweight While You run [00:23] People don't like to talk about being overweight while they run, but the reality is a lot of people run because of that. Unfortunately, a lot of people choose not to run because of their weight as well. Holding weight on your body is like running with a backpack or a weight vest. It'll get easier, and that weight will come off naturally if you run correctly. Ways to Modify Your Running [01:31] Even if you're on the heavier side, you can benefit from the RunRX method. We help you learn to modify your runs and do it pain free. Waiting to lose weight before getting started could actually delay your progress. Even our drills can be modified to help you get an effective workout. Think About Future You - Not Just the Running [04:23] Start thinking about how you will feel when you get past the weight. How are you going to feel when you lose weight? Are you running to lose weight? Are you running because you put on weight because you were under stress and weren't feeling good? [05:28] Think about how you talk to yourself about your weight. If you focus on what you're telling yourself, would you ever speak to a friend that way? Or worse yet? Would you let someone talk to you that way? [05:57] Your future self will thank you if you give yourself a little grace, and take the time to be intentional about your thoughts while working out. Don't trash talk yourself. Instead work on your thought patterns and realize that as you learn to move correctly, that weight will come off, and you'll be in a better position. Rate, Review & Subscribe Reminder Don't forget to like and subscribe to our show. You can also rate and review our show on iTunes! We're on Spotify as well, or you can listen to our show directly on Libsyn here. Links to check out -- https://www.runrx.fit/ -- FREE 30 day reboot on YouTube by RunRX https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDPcF8ZrDdILC8bYyn2zR-4xvqKRzp2re -- Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/runrxfit/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/runrx/ -- Have questions? Email us at email@example.com
Have you ever felt frustrated as you waited for God to answer a prayer or change a situation in your life? Have you felt burdened by questions, uncertainty, and loneliness? Know this today: Hopelessness is not your destiny. Heaviness doesn't have to define your future. This episode will empower you to find wisdom for your specific situation and show you the surprising path to limitless hope. Get your free Episode Reflection Guide here.
Cold Comfort gives an X-Men: TAS debut for one of the original X-Men and their best frenemy teams from the comics. While Cyclops and Xavier have grown into leaders of the X-Men, we find out about their history with Iceman Bobby Drake and what drove him from the original team from before many of the current roster joined. We also see how few mutants Rod knows by name before seeing their name in the closed captions. Cyclops is Waiting for Me is our weekly podcast series where we are going back and watching EVERY-SINGLE-EPISODE of the original 1992 X-Men: The Animated Series in their original intended script order building up to the release of X-Men 97', coming to Disney Plus. "Cyclops is Waiting for Me" Theme written and performed by Ron Wasserman (ASCAP) and Rod Kim (ASCAP) All our links: https://linktr.ee/cyclopsiwfmpod
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A Word of Encouragement with Vicky Mutchler is heard at 11:30 AM Central Time on Faith Music Radio. Join the Facebook group On a Positive Note to get more words of encouragement from Mrs. Vicky - https://www.facebook.com/groups/171863542874382/
Peter Mayer discusses the history the Colorado River Basin - and why it's a canary in the coal mine for the waves of water issues already sweeping the globe. Water access conflicts are going to escalate both nationally and internationally as the globe heats and our atmosphere's composition fluctuates. Peter and Jacob dive into the conflicts already occurring, ( eg. the Georgia vs. Florida water wars), the future of agriculture, and how we conserve water for posterity. Peter is a professional engineer and urban water expert and the Principal and Founder of Water Demand Management. For more than 25 years, his work has focused on urban water management, water use patterns, assessing the impact of water rate structures and metering, evaluating water conservation measures and programs, forecasting future demand with and without conservation, preparing water conservation plans and conducting water supply scenario analysis. Link to Lake Mead pics: https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images/150111/lake-mead-keeps-dropping (https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images/150111/lake-mead-keeps-dropping) Peter's website: https://www.waterdm.com/ (https://www.waterdm.com/) TimeStamps 2:34-30:30 – Colorado River Basin 30:30-42:30 – Georgia v. Florida on water. (If I could have https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW5UEW2kYvc (this) on in the background during this section I would.) 42:30-50:30 – Agriculture 50:30 – Pete's past Cognitive Investments Link
Busted flat in Baton Rouge? Waiting for a train? Looking for that home? Well you've found it with this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Join your hosts as they review the 1971 classic, “Me and Bobby McGee” written by SSP patron saint, Kris Kristofferson, and performed by rock legend, Janis Joplin. In this episode, we'll thumb our way across the country in the least logical direction possible to discuss the long history of road trip snacks, new definitions of rock bottom, and trucking singalongs. So pull your harpoon out of a hopefully not-too-dirty bandana and play along! Because freedom's just another word for this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. It'll make you feel good, and feeling good is good enough for us. Continue the conversation; follow THE STORY SONG PODCAST on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@Story_Song), Instagram (storysongpodcast), and Facebook (thestorysongpodcast).THE STORY SONG PODCAST is a member of the Pantheon Podcast Network."Me and Bobby McGee” by Janis Joplin (from the album Pearl) is available on Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Tidal, Deezer, Pandora, Spotify, or wherever you listen to music.
A lot of people are curious about the in-between...they publish their ads, what should they be doing for the next three days? Just while they're waiting for the ads? Any recommendations?
We've mentioned it all show, now it's time for the email.."Guys, my girl is my cousin, do I tell her?" Open Phones brought a lot of stories of cousins hooking up, marrying, having kids.. so many stories
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