Kayak football... seriously? On this episode Olly and Davi sit down to chat home heating strategies, what the podcast means to them, Christmas ride details, American wrestling, Olly's celebrity social media follow, hot line submissions and discuss how electric bikes aren't actually that good. Just a few slots left on the Christmas Ride at Bike Park Wales! https://www.bikeparkwales.com/ride-companion-crimbo-party Episode Sponsors:- There's lots of benefits of bicycle insurance. Your bike is covered for Theft, Accidental Damage, Worldwide Travel, Racing, & more. Have you considered insuring your kit though? Adding your clothing and accessories to your Laka policy is also easy on the pocket, £100 of accessories costs just 50p per month! New customers can get 30 days free bicycle insurance using the code RIDECOMPANION30 at www.laka.co Looking for a Christmas gift that the man in your life will LOVE and not throw in the bin? Head to urbansurfer.co.uk and use code THERIDECOMPANION for 10% off SAXX Underwear! Whatsapp the TRC HOTLINE with your videos +44 7849860510 Get NEW merch & Pre Ride Roast coffee! https://theridecompanion.co.uk Follow #TheRideCompanion and check out Olly Wilkins & The Ride Companion on social media! Olly Wilkins: @odub_23 / YouTube The Ride Companion: @theridecompanion / YouTube SHOW PARTNERS // Focus Bikes @Focusbikes, Focus Bikes on YouTube hktproducts.co.uk Enter promo code 'PODCAST' for 10% off the entire site. Enjoying the Ride Companion?PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, SHARE AND SPREAD THE LOVE. #theridecompanion #kayakfootball
In this episode I was joined by special guest Lydia Wilkins. This is the third time I've had Lydia on my podcast (she was the special guest on Episode 21 and Episode 40). Lydia is a freelance NCTJ qualified journalist, with bylines in The Independent, Readers Digest, The Metro, Refinery 29, Debut Careers, BN1 Magazine, and more. Lydia was diagnosed as being on the Autistic Spectrum in January 2015, two months shy of her sixteenth birthday. Lydia is back on the podcast today* to chat about the new book she has written called 'The Autism Friendly Cookbook' with Jessica Kingsley Publishers which is out November 21st 2022! I am super excited to chat to Lydia about the book (particularly because Lydia chose me to be the book's illustrator!!!). *Content / Trigger Warning: We talk about Eating Disorders and sensory issues to do with food. Podcast marked as explicit due to two swear words. Lydia's Links: Links to buy Lydia's Cookbook: https://linktr.ee/journo_lydia Shop Lydia's Prints: https://thisthingtheycallrecovery.teemill.com/collection/collaboration/ Lydia's Website: https://lydiawilkins.co.uk Lydia's Newsletter: https://lydia.substack.com Lydia's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/journo_lydia/ Lydia's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Journo_Lydia Lydia's 'The Aut Cusine Podcast' (which I have been a guest on too!): https://anchor.fm/the-aut-cuisine-podcast My 21andsensory links: @21andsensory on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/21andsensory/ @21andsensory on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@21andsensory 21andsensory on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/21andsensory 21andsensory Blog - https://21andsensory.wordpress.com @21andsensory on Twitter - https://twitter.com/21andsensory
In this episode, Jayna is joined by Judy Wilkins-Smith – a highly regarded Family Patterns, Systemic Work & Constellations expert, transformational coach, motivational speaker, and author who is passionate about individual growth, visionary leadership, and positive, accelerated, global change. She is the Founder of System Dynamics for Individuals and Organizations, she has 18 years of expertise assisting high-performance individuals, Fortune 500 executives (Chevron, JP Morgan, Kellogg's, ExxonMobil). She is a regular guest on TV news and entertainment shows, and is the author of Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation Through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns. Judy does it ALL!
Trail EAffect Episode 96 with Cody Wilkins of Sensus R.A.D. Trails Pre show talk Building in Jackson Hole, WY Cody Wilkins Backstory The Sensus R.A.D. Trails Backstory Started by Cam Zink Run as a Non-Profit Lessons and learning from going to City Council Meetings for Trail Advocacy Lessons learned through running Sensus R.A.D. Trails Places that Cody has built Trail Planning and Design and how that helps make trails reality Direct return investment in trails Directional Trails and Cody's thoughts on this Single Use Trails yet sharing the same common parking areas (Bikes / Hikers / Horses) How Modern Mountain Bike Trails Open Minds Trail Tax a discussion around this Trails = Sales (for the bike industry) Jackson Hole, WY The Volunteer Model Bike Parks and Local Bike Park Concepts relative to independent ski areas The Highland Bike Park Model – 100% Bike The parallels of Skiing / Snowboarding and Biking The NICA discussion Changing of leadership and having mountain bikers stepping into new community-based roles Clear Cutting slopes for skiing and boarding, and how building is under more of a microscope Building trails and decommissioning old logging roads to help with environment and erosion issues The Mike Rogan Experience Question… Cody is transitioning to more adventure riding vs freeride Where Cody would move if he had to move to a new mountain bike community The Upper Midwest Mountain Bike expansion discussion Closing Comments and Thank You's Links: Sensus R.A.D. Trails: https://www.thesensus.com/rad-trails Jackson Hole Bike Park: https://www.jacksonhole.com/bike-park WTB Built with Purpose Blog: https://www.wtb.com/blogs/wtb/build-with-purpose-featuring-cody-wilkins Flylow Why I Dig with Cody Wilkins: https://flylowgear.com/blogs/news/why-i-dig-cody-wilkins Biggest Little Trail Stewardship Reno NV: https://www.bltsnv.org/ TAMBA: https://tamba.org/ This Podcast has been edited and produced by Evolution Trail Services Trail EAffect Show Links: Evolution Trail Services: www.evotrails.com Contact Josh at email@example.com Support Trail EAffect through donations at: https://www.patreon.com/traileaffect You can also reach out and donate via PayPal or other means if you feel so inclined to do so.
This week, Daniel is joined by Lindsay Wilkins to climb a stairway to heaven and discuss Powell & Pressburger's A Matter of Life and Death (1946). They talk about the film's groundbreaking effects, it's romantic message, and why movies are magic. Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org to say hi and let us know what you think of the movie! The Schlock and Awe Podcast Cobwebs on Twitter: @cobwebspod Daniel on Twitter: @eplerdaniel Lindsay on Twitter: @readandgeek Schlock and Awe on Twitter: @schlockandawe1 www.cobwebspodcast.com
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Dr. Malika Reed Wilkins, Atlanta Regional Commission (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 567) Dr. Malika Reed Wilkins, Chief External Affairs Officer at the Atlanta Regional Commission, joined host John Ray on North Fulton Business Radio LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. Dr. Wilkins […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Dr. Malika Reed Wilkins, Atlanta Regional Commission appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
#798 - Alexis Wilkins Alexis Wilkins is a special guest on The Paul Leslie Hour! Are you here? United we stand. And… United…we're here. Thank you ladies and gentlemen for tuning into another episode of The Paul Leslie Hour. This show is the culmination of 19 years and counting. The mission statement? Helping people tell their stories. We're honored you're a part of this. On this episode our special guest Alexis Wilkins is a talented, sharp, lovely and patriotic country recording artist. Singer, songwriter Alexis Wilkins represents unapologetic storytelling and cowboy-like leaning. She's already struck platinum and has more than 1 million streams across the various listening platforms out there. Impressive! Our guest Alexis Wilkins is going to be talking with Paul E. Leslie about her latest single, “STAND” and plenty more! Before we hit the 20 year mark, we've been inviting people to subscribe to Paul Leslie's YouTube channel and it's working. We want to double the number of subscribers. It's free to subscribe on YouTube and also make sure you ring that bell! www.youtube.com/thepaulleslie Did you also know that The Paul Leslie Hour is made possible by people just like you? We depend on our contributors. Just go to www.thepaulleslie.com/support and we thank you for listening and supporting. You're going to love meeting Alexis Wilkins. We're awfully proud to have her right here on The Paul Leslie Hour. Paul, why don't you start interviewing her? Isn't that what you do? The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.
In this episode, host Dr. Ally Baheti interviews interventional radiologist Dr. Luke Wilkins about his approach to the subintimal arterial flossing with antegrade-retrograde intervention (SAFARI) technique for crossing challenging chronic total occlusions (CTO) in critical limb ischemia (CLI) patients. --- CHECK OUT OUR SPONSORS Reflow Medical https://www.reflowmedical.com/ BD Rotarex Atherectomy System https://www.bd.com/en-us/products-and-solutions/products/product-families/rotarex-rotational-excisional-atherectomy-system --- SHOW NOTES Dr. WIlkins gives us the basic indication for the procedure, which is when the lesion is unable to be crossed from a purely antegrade approach and other re-entry devices have failed. Dr. Wilkins will always attempt to use an Outback wire and an Enteer balloon before performing the SAFARI technique. There are multiple factors that influence the decision to use SAFARI, such as lesion location, level of calcification, and size of the true lumen at the re-entry point. Next, Dr. Wilkins walks us through a typical SAFARI. He normally establishes retrograde access in the dorsalis pedis or posterior tibial artery using a 4 cm micropuncture needle and an exchange length Nitrex wire. He uses telescoping catheters from the antegrade direction. When the antegrade and retrograde approaches enter the same subintimal plane, the 2 devices can connect and the lesion can be crossed. If it is challenging to achieve the same intimal plane for both devices, the gunsight approach of overlapping snares can be utilized. After the lesion is crossed, normal angioplasty and stenting can occur. Dr. Wilkins gives advice on how to make the procedure efficient. In occlusions that are longer than 1 cm, he always makes sure that the foot is prepped before the case starts. He also emphasizes the importance of knowing when to try a different technique and notes that this intuition comes from experience. Finally, we discuss patency rates for SAFARI patients, which have been relatively high. This technique has made a large impact on limb salvage in a patient population that previously had no other non-surgical options. --- RESOURCES Rotarex Atherectomy System: https://www.bd.com/en-us/products-and-solutions/products/product-families/rotarex-rotational-excisional-atherectomy-system Outback Re-Entry Catheter: https://cordis.com/na/products/cross/endovascular/outback-elite-re-entry-catheter Enteer Re-Entry Catheter/Balloon: https://www.medtronic.com/us-en/healthcare-professionals/products/cardiovascular/chronic-total-occlusion-devices/enteer/indications-safety-warnings.html Nitrex Wire: https://www.medtronic.com/us-en/healthcare-professionals/products/cardiovascular/guidewires/nitrex.html CXI Catheter: https://www.cookmedical.com/products/di_cxi_webds/ Outcome and Distal Access Patency in Subintimal Arterial Flossing with Antegrade-Retrograde Intervention for Chronic Total Occlusions in Lower Extremity Critical Limb Ischemia: https://www.jvir.org/article/S1051-0443(19)31033-4/fulltext
Master Teacher Ashra Kewsi will discuss the African origin of Christianity. In addition, Brother Kwesi will opine on the Kanye/Kyrie issues. Before Brother Kwesi, Marketing Expert Overton Wilkins explains how the politicians used different messaging techniques in the elections. Griot Baba Amefika Geuka starts with the effects of the midterm results on the Back Community. Text "DCnews" to 52140 For Local & Exclusive News Sent Directly To You! The Big Show starts on WOL 95.9 FM & 1450 AM, 1010 AM WOLB and woldcnews.com at 6 am ET., 5 am CT., 3 am PT., and 11 am BST. Call in # 800 450 7876 to participate & listen liveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is it time to buy back into Russell Wilson? Should you add Mecole Hardman? Jordan Wilkins? The tight ends really aren't so bad this week! We'll give you the top priorities including Chuba Hubbard and David Njoku. How much FAB should you be spending this week (9:30)? ... A lot of news and notes (11:22) as we talk about Josh Allen and update you on key injuries. Then we get into the waiver wire with our favorite QBs (22:00), RBs (35:00), WRs (42:40) ,TEs (51:45), DSTs (56:10), Kickers and IDPs. Jimmy Garoppolo, Latavius Murray, Wilkins, Hubbard, Darnell Mooney, Wan'Dale Robinson, Greg Dulcich, Cade Otton and many more ... Recapping Ravens-Saints (59:10) and dusting off the Dropometer (1:02:32) ... Email us at email@example.com Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs Follow the brand new FFT TikTok account: https://www.tiktok.com/@fftoday Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Get 20% off Fantasy Football Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-football-today%20?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-football-collection Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Erin Masako Wilkins is an Asian American herbalist and acupuncturist. Her clinical work is rooted in Eastern energetic theory - tapping into her own ancestral healing traditions to empower others to restore health and prevent illness. She has been a practicing herbalist for over a decade specializing in Asian folk remedies and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is passionate about applying Eastern energetics to domestically grown herbs and herbal medicine. A seasoned educator, her classes include Asian American herbalism and folk traditions, TCM theory, seasonal wellness, and community care workshops. Erin has a master's degree from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley, CA. Her book, “Asian American Herbalism: Folk Traditions in Modern Day Practice” is set for publication in Spring 2023. To learn more about her work visit HerbFolkShop.com
J.P.Morgan, Exxon-Mobile, Kellogg'sJudy Wilkins-Smith is a highly regarded organizational, individual, and family patterns expert. A systemic executive coach, trainer, facilitator, thought partner, and leadership conference and motivational speaker, she has 18 years of expertise in assisting high-performance individuals, Fortune 500 executives, and legacy families to end limiting cycles and reframe challenges into lasting breakthroughs and peak performance. Passionate about visionary leadership and positive, accelerated, global change, Judy uses her ability to understand critical dynamics in personal and organizational systems and the points at which they intersect, to create growth and success. As the Founder of System Dynamics for Individuals and Organizations, she collaborates with individuals and corporate decision-makers to implement innovative, ‘whole system' design elements, ensuring balance, appetite for excellence, passion, and sustained success.She is the author of Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation Through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns(Sounds True, June 2022).© 2022 Building Abundant Success!!2022 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASJoin me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy: https://tinyurl.com/BASAud
My guest for this podcast is systemic executive coach, trainer, facilitator, and motivational speaker, Judy Wilkins-Smith. Judy is joining us today to share insights about her new book entitled Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation Through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns.
On this episode of The C.U.T.S Podcast, Reemo chops it up with Educator, Community Leader, and Community Liaison for the 25th Precinct in East Harlem; Pilar Wilkins aka "Principle-P" What to Look For 0:00 Intro/"Story Time" 01:55 Reflections about Black Creative and Business Space 13:56 Feelings of Dreams vs Reality? 22:49 Purpose Of Black Educators SPECIAL GUEST: Pilar Wilkins aka "Principle-P": https://www.instagram.com/ms.principle_p/?hl=en FOLLOW US ON IG: https://www.instagram.com/ofnietheufo/ YOU TUBE CHANNEL: [[SUBSCRIBE]] - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbVNj5NtHbfenXkoxa3xAKg?view_as=subscriber ****FOR SERIOUS INQUIRES & FUTURE GUEST(S) APPEARANCES - CutsPodcast1@gmail.com ****** FOR ALL Music Artists, Submit Your TRACKS for Review, and Feedback on my GROOVER.COM page: https://groover.co/en/influencer/profile/0.cuts-podcast/ ******Please LEAVE COMMENTS, FEEDBACK, and [[SUBSCRIBE]] the PODCAST on ALL MAJOR STREAMING PLATFORMS!!!!! HOST: Reemo Meerak - https://www.instagram.com/reemomeerak_/?hl=en Email: ActorKareemTyson@gmail.com or ReemoMeerakBrand@icloud.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecutspodcast/support
We are joined by Lindsay Wilkins of the Schlock and Awe Podcast to talk about all things dinosaurs, Spielberg, John Williams, and more in our latest Friends' Forever Favorites episode as we discuss 1993's JURASSIC PARK. The awe and wonder, the tension and danger, the performances, the lines, the greatest moments are all here in this lively conversation. We give our rankings of the Jurassic Park/World films and reveal our favorite Spielberg movies. Follow the hosts and our guest on Twitter: Lindsay Wilkins: @readandgeek and @schlockandawe1 Michele Eggen: @micheleneggen Brian Keiper: @Brianwaves42 Movies for Life: @MovieLifePod
If you ever wonder why you think or feel the way you do for seemingly no reason, you're not alone. And this week's guest is going to explain how—and why—that happens. Judy Wilkins Smith is a world-renowned speaker, author, and expert in family patterns. In her new book, Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation Through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns, she explains how our DNA is influenced by trauma and emotions and can create patterns that limit us from reaching our full potential. She's here to tell us how to identify some of those beliefs and patterns and, more importantly, give us the tools to overcome them. In this episode, you'll learn: How trauma and thought patterns from previous generations could be affecting you. Ways to identify your family patterns and understand systemic sentences. Tools to start rewiring your brain and changing those patterns.
Adria is a pastor's kid who grew up in Kentucky, she found her voice as a cheerleader and as she tells people “That's when I started talking and haven't stopped since!” She met her husband in college, they married, and started their family. While living in Texas, her son, Blake, was born with health issues. For three years they spent a lot of their time in hospitals, being stretched and grown but were delighted to provide him with a normal toddler life, until he passed away. God surrounded her steps as they moved one more time to Virginia, where He had a plan for Adria to share her story. Through Adria's Gideon-like story of an accountant turned speaker, she agreed to step out of her comfort zone to follow God's calling. He has blessed her as she continues to share her challenge: to find joy! Connect with Adria: Website: Adriawilkins.com Facebook: Adria Wilkins TikTok: Adria Wilkins Email: firstname.lastname@example.org #findingjoy #spinabifida #fostercare #fostertoadopt #socialworkers #joy #findinghelp
In this episode we speak with Judy Wilkins-Smith, a highly regarded organizational, individual, and family patterns expert. Judy explains how to identify and shift limiting, inherited patterns through Systemic Work and Constellations. This is a great episode that will help you understand and be able to break inherited family patterns that are no longer serving you. If you've ever been curious about rewiring your brain, this episodes for you. Resources: Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation Through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns
Denny Wilkins' story is that of a geology major from Massachusetts turned into a journalism professor at St. Bonaventure.It's also the story of a professor who taught a generation of St. Boanventure journalism graduates — Brian included — to omit needless words.Denny and Brian, now colleagues at the Jandoli School of Communication, bring faculty meeting energy to this week's episode. Denny discusses the challenges of teaching college students how to write, the importance of curiosity, and how he teaches it. Denny talks about his own journalism experiences, why he views himself as a coach, and what he learned from former St. Bonaventure women's basketball coach (and current coach at Providence) Jim Crowley about teaching.Can you make each sentence one word shorter? If so, you're halfway to a better story.Yep. He also talks about what Brian was like as a student. I immediately regret this decision.Denny WilkinsSt. Bonaventure University Writing Style GuideGarbage Land: On the Secret Trail of Trash by Elizabeth RoyteThe Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans and Our Energy Future by Gretchen BakkeConcrete Planet: The Strange and Fascinating Story of the World's Most Common Man-Made Material by Robert CourlandThe Pencil: A History of Design and Circumstance by Hentry PetroskiThe Road Taken: The History and Future of America's Infrastructure by Henry PetroskiRust: The Longest War by Jonathan WaldmanJohn McPhee's booksSubscribe:Apple PodcastsSpotifyOvercastRSS
Pastor Jon Jon Wilkins joins us from City Life Church to continue our series on the seven deadly sins. Today, he tackles gluttony and how it can take hold in our lives and what God wants to do instead. You won't want to miss this!
Joseph Wilkins founded ProCreative Studios in 2000, which produced infomercials, TV spots & marketing videos for clients including Google, Linkedin, McDonalds, Goldman Sachs, Chevrolet & Home Depot. As viewing habits shifted away from TV, Joseph launched FunnySalesVideos.com where he creates attention-grabbing "viral style" sales videos that get millions of views and converts cold traffic into sales. With 20 years experience, hundreds of millions of views and over $250 MILLION in career sales, Joseph enjoys sharing 8 steps anyone can follow to drive sales on his podcast "How To Make A Video Go Viral." Download Joseph's FREE eBook In addition to listening to the episode, you can watch a video of their discussion on our YouTube Channel. And be sure to subscribe to support the podcast! For general information about the podcast, send an email to email@example.com To follow Mitch and the podcast, go to linktr.ee/beinhakerlaw. You can subscribe and listen to episodes on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify and most other directories. Please review us whenever possible and thanks for your continued support! Sponsorships and paid guest appearances are available. Connect with us by email or on social media. The Accidental Entrepreneur is brought to you by Beinhaker Law, a boutique business & estates legal practice in Clark, NJ. To learn about shared outside general counsel services and how to better protect your business, visit https://beinhakerlaw.com/fractional-gen-counsel/ Please support our affiliate sponsors (https://beinhakerlaw.com/podcast-affiliates/). Also, support the show and get your own podcast merch! (https://beinhakerlaw.com/podcast-store/) One of One Productions - a New Jersey-based studio, just over the George Washington bridge, that caters to the booming business of podcasting. Be sure to check out the guesting kit that they've created exclusively for our listeners! https://one-of-one-productions.myshopify.com/products/mitchell-beinhakers-guesting-kit North Authentic - NorthAuthentic.com is a conscious hair care marketplace offering the cleanest brands from around the world. Their pro stylists curate only the most fabulous non-toxic hair products. Use our affiliate link for all your purchases! https://shrsl.com/38heu The Healthy Place - Findyourhealthyplace.com has thousands of supplements to help you live a better quality of life; as well as natural solutions for chronic pain, stress, anxiety, depression, sleep and much, much more. Need guidance? Use their Live Chat feature and talk to a Wellness Consultant right on their website. The Accidental Entrepreneur is a trademark of Mitchell C. Beinhaker. Copyright 2018-2022. All rights reserved.
For the first time ever, we met in London to see Giants v Packers. Though the game sucked, the people were awesome. Should Amari Rodgers be cut? Joe Barry fired? Will the Packers right the ship or is the season trending downward? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/avgcheese/message
A study of almost 24,000 employees at a major Fortune 100 company found that 61% of them chose the wrong health plan for their needs because they didn’t do the homework or do the math on those benefits offerings. And about one in three people are able to correctly identify the three common health insurance […] The post Episode 372: Helping Employees Understand Their Benefits to Make the Right Choices With Chad Wilkins, HSA Bank appeared first on Workology.
On today's Rugby Daily, Richie McCormack brings you the latest injury news from Munster. We'll hear from Connacht head coach Pete Wilkins on Adam Byrne's injury status ahead of the Leinster game. The now former chief of the World Cup organising committee is facing jail time, and two of Fabien Galthié's coaches are off to Stade.
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events Today is Garlic Lovers Day Garlic, or stinking rose, is a member of the lily family. Onions, leeks, and shallots are also in the family. All alliums are reactive to the amount of daylight they receive, so a great way to think about the garlic life cycle is that it matures during the longest days in the summer. This is why Autumn is garlic-planting time in most areas, and many gardeners wait until after the fall equinox in the back half of September. (This year's autumnal equinox is Thursday, September 22, 2022). By planting garlic in the fall, your garlic gets a headstart on the growing season, which means that when spring arrives, your little garlic shoots will be one of the first plants to greet you in the April rain. Garlic has antibiotic properties and helps reduce blood pressure and cholesterol. Herbalists recommend garlic as a remedy for colds. And Gilroy, California, is known as the World's Garlic Capital. Most of us know and love garlic as a culinary staple - a must-have ingredient for most savory dishes. Alice May Brock, American artist, author, and former restaurateur, once wrote, Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian; wine and tarragon make it French. Sour cream makes it Russian; lemon and cinnamon make it Greek. Soy sauce makes it Chinese; garlic makes it good. And Anthony Bourdain, in Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly, wrote: Garlic is divine. Few food items can taste so many distinct ways, handled correctly. Misuse of garlic is a crime...Please, treat your garlic with respect...Avoid at all costs that vile spew you see rotting in oil in screwtop jars. Too lazy to peel fresh? You don't deserve to eat garlic. 1794 Birth of Charles Wilkins Short, American botanist and doctor. A Kentuckian, Charles wrote a flora of Kentucky in 1833. He had one of the largest, most valued private herbariums with 15,000 plant samples, and his massive garden covered several acres. Charles was honored in the naming of many plants, including the Oconee bell named the Shortia galacifolia. The location of the plant became a mystery during the 1800s. In 1863, Charles Short died, and at the time, the Shortia plant still could not be found. But finally, in May of 1877, a North Carolina teenager named George Hyams sent an unknown specimen to Harvard's top plant expert, the knowledgeable Asa Gray, who could be heard crying 'Eureka' when he finally saw the Shortia specimen. Two years later, Asa and his wife, along with his dear friend, the botanist John Redfield, the director of the Arnold Arboretum Charles Sprague Sargent, and the botanist William Canby got to see the Shortia in the wild in the spot where George Hyams knew it was growing. The scientists all stood around the little patch of earth where the Shortia grew in oblivion, and the long search to find the Shortia, named for Charles Wilkins Short, was over. 1799 Death of the English botanist geologist, physician, and chemist William Withering. William was a doctor and the first person to study Digitalis - most commonly known as Foxglove. The story goes that one day, he noticed a person suffering from what was then called dropsy, an old word for a person suffering from congestive heart failure. William observed that the patient in question showed remarkable improvement after taking an herbal remedy that included Digitalis or Foxglove. Today William gets the credit for discovering the power of Digitalis because after he studied the various ingredients of this remedy, he determined that Digitalis was the key ingredient to addressing heart issues. In 1785, William published his famous work, An Account of the Foxglove and Some of its Medical Uses. Foxgloves are a beautiful plant often seen in ornamental or cottage gardens. Foxgloves produce beautiful tall flower spikes, and each spike can contain 20 to 80 purple to pink tubular blossoms that are whitish on the inside. Foxgloves are toxic, and eating any part of the plant can result in severe poisoning. And this is important to know because when Foxglove first emerges from the ground, it can be confused for Comfrey or Plantain. Since both of those plants are used as edible plants by many people - it's important to distinguish them and remember where you're planting Foxglove in your garden. Foxglove is actually in the Plantain family. Before flowering, Foxglove can also be confused with Great mullein (Verbascum thapsus). In addition to the Foxglove common name, Digitalis has many adorable common names, including Fairy Fingers, Fairy Thimbles, Rabbits Flower, and Scotch Mercury. And there are many delightful stories about the Foxglove. One foxglove origin story says that fairies gave blossoms to a Fox who needed to put the flowers on his toes to muffle the sound of his feet as he hunted for prey. This would account for the little markings inside the flowers. Another fun fact about the Foxglove is that it's a cousin to another beloved cottage garden flower: the Snapdragon or Antirrhinum majus ("ant-er-EYE-num MAY-jus"). The toxicity of the Foxglove is a common concern. But, the gardener and garden writer, Katharine S. White, still enjoyed them in her gardens. She wrote, At a very early age, I remember, I was to recognize what plants are to be avoided completely. At a very early age, I remember I was taught how to recognize and stay away from deadly nightshade, poison ivy, and poison sumac. (I was, just as early, taught the delights of chewing tender young checkerberry leaves and sassafras root.) To me, it would be ridiculous, though, not to grow monkshood, foxglove, hellebore, larkspur, autumn crocus, poppies, lilies of the valley, buttercups, and many other flowers now present in my borders just because they have some poison in them. So Foxglove is in good company when it comes to toxic plants. And when the botanical illustrator Walter Crane painted the Foxglove, he did not draw it alone - he drew a Foxglove family. Walter loved personifying flowers, and of his Foxgloves, he wrote, The Foxgloves are a happy group, comprised of cousins and brothers and sisters. Finally, the English author and poet Meta Orred wrote a sweet little verse called In Memoriam - a poem for a deceased friend - that included the Foxglove. Meta wrote, Her lips, like foxgloves pink and pale, Went sighing like an autumn gale; Yet, when the sunlight passèd by, They opened out with half a sigh.. Her eyelids fell, and not in vain- The stars had found their heav'n again; The days come round, the days go by- They see no more earth's agony. So lay her back to take her rest, ' Our darling,' for we loved her best Her small hands crossed upon her breast, Her quiet feet unto the west. 1858 Birth of Jean-André Soulié ("Jahn-Ahn-Dray Soo-lee-aye"), French Roman Catholic missionary herbalist, healer, and botanist. Like many of the first plant collectors, Jean-André was a Catholic missionary working for the Paris Foreign Missions - an organization that sent millions of plant and animal specimens back to the National Museum of Natural History in Paris for scientific study. Jean-André alone collected over seven thousand specimens of dried plants and seeds during his twenty years in Asia, where he had become so fluent in the different Chinese dialects that he could pass as a local. Plant collecting in China was a dangerous task. Collectors encountered not only tricky terrain but also political upheaval. The Opium Wars and the ongoing dispute with Tibet increased distrust and hostility toward foreigners. In 1905, in retaliation for an invasion of Tibet by a British explorer named Francis Younghusband, Jean-André was a victim of the "lama revolt" and was abducted by Tibetan monks. He was kidnapped in the field while packing his plant specimens. Jean-André was tortured for over two weeks before finally being shot dead by his captors. The church Jean-André helped to build was destroyed during the revolution. However, it was rebuilt in a new location and still stands today - in a community where Catholics and Tibetan Buddhists live peacefully. Jean-André Soulié is remembered for discovering the Rosa soulieana and the butterfly bush (Buddleja davidii). He also has a Rhododendron, a Lily, and Primula named in his honor. 1860 Birth of Rosamund Marriott Watson, English poet, nature writer, and critic. Known as Rose to her family and friends, Rosamund wrote under the pseudonyms Graham R. Tomson and Rushworth (or R.) Armytage. Rosamund was a prolific gardener and garden writer. Her writings were put together and published in The Heart of a Garden (1906) which began with this verse from one of her original poems: I dreamed the peach-trees blossomed once again, dreamed the birds were calling in the dew, Sun-rays fell round me like a golden rain, And all was well with us and life was new. The Heart of a Garden was organized by seasons. In the early fall chapter called The Breath of Autumn, Rosamund wrote, But one should not SO much as breathe the name of frost as yet; it is in a sense a tempting of Providence, and late summer has many good days in store for us still. The swallows skim, now low, now high, above the rose garden, the sun-dial has daily but a few less shining hours to number, bats flit busily in the dim blue dusk, and roses are in bloom. It is far too early even to dream of frost. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation Creating a Garden Retreat by Virginia Johnson 0914 This book came out in 2022, and the subtitle is An Artist's Guide to Planting an Outdoor Sanctuary. And I want you to key in on that word artist because Virginia is an artist, and here's what Workman, the publisher, wrote about Virginia's book: Through ethereal illustrations, textile designer and artist Virginia Johnson takes the reader on her own garden journey, from blank slate to dreamscape. Over the years, she has transformed a small, narrow city lot into a garden that is personal, carefree, wild, and welcoming. It all began with a fence to allow her children to play freely... [Virginia] explains her process with ease and clarity, bringing her ideas to life through words and illustrations so that readers can be encouraged and empowered to start their own garden journeys. This book is organized into clear chapters: trees and shrubs, vines, flowers, seasons, edibles, and more. What I like best about this book is that it feels like I am reading Virginia's garden journal. It's so friendly. From the handwriting font to the beautiful sketches, this is truly an artist putting together a garden book. And so, the art in this book - the watercolors - is just gorgeous. They're breezy. They're casual. And they accompany every single page and they make this book such a joy to read. The other thing that I love about what Virginia did with this book is she personalizes everything. She doesn't just talk about a plant. She talks about the plant and her family, and her life. Let me give you an example. Here, she's talking about her trees and shrubs, and she has this little section on Magnolia with beautiful watercolors of Magnolia. I think these are the prettiest trees on the planet, but would they be too big for my garden? The classic saucer magnolia grows to 30 feet high and wide, but the magnolias in the US National Arboretum's "girls" series grow only 15 feet high. It being mid-May, they were in flower and quite irresistible. I love the teacup shape of their blossoms. I love their architectural profile, too: multistemmed, with graceful, outreaching branches. chose the deep-magenta-blooming 'Ann' to remind me of my grandmother. See what I mean? Virginia's talking about the Magnolia; she shares this great tip about the smaller, more compact Magnolias available. And then, she personalized the Magnolia by telling us which one she picked and her emotional connection to that plant. Another aspect that I like about Virginia's book is that you can tell that she is cultured - that she has done some living. She's a traveler, a reader, and yes, she is a romantic. (You can tell by the flowers she picks for her garden). I wanted to share another little snippet, and this one is from a little section where she talks about vines. Vines have always had romantic associations for me. Trailing vines, climbing vines: the words themselves are lyrical and promise not just growth but a plant that wants to wriggle away like a child, to explore and attempt daring feats, scaling walls and structures and houses all while showing off. Trail, trail went Mrs. Wilcox's dresses through the garden in E. M. Forster's novel Howards End. Trailing vines are their own kind of loveliness, less about exploring than falling gracefully over the side of an urn or doorframe. And they're so fun to paint; you have to get the feeling of them,get inside them, capture their abundance and movement. Virginia is also practical and thrifty, and that's a beautiful counterpoint to her artistic and evocative side. Virginia shares: As a beginner gardener and a pragmatist, I spend my energy on perennial plants, not annuals. Who wants to plant a bunch of things that won't come up again next year? Of course, I do buy a few annuals, but only for pots. I know that they will look pretty and add color and that at the end of the year, they'll have completed their lives. But because I wanted a garden that would come up by itself, without my having to replant every spring, I researched mainly perennials. I also wanted blooms staggered throughout the growing season, so I took into account what was already in place: pear blossoms and lilacs in May, climbing hydrangeas in July and August. The peonies and roses would flower in June, but at different times, while the hollyhocks would peak in July and August. It would all be a leap of faith. Well, leap, she did. Virginia is one of us. She is a gardener through and through. This book contains many wonderful relatable moments and delightful little snippets that make you laugh, smile, and nod in agreement. I want to share one final little excerpt. And this is where she's talking about dining Alfresco. And I thought this was great because, hopefully, we will have a few more opportunities to eat outside with family and friends before fall gives away winter. Here's Virginia Johnson on dining Alfresco. On a vacation in Greece, during a long drive through the mountains, our kids were ravenous, but the nearest village was closed for afternoon siesta. Where to eat? My husband approached a taverna, explaining our situation in halting Greek. The cook fired up the stove and soon emerged with a steaming frittata, which my picky kids gobbled up. Ever since then, the frittata has become a family staple. Eggs, potatoes, salt, and a sprinkling of rosemary from our garden: that's it. We re-create the memorable meal and enjoy it in our own backyard, wearing our straw hats and imagining we're back in that Greek village. Well, this book is 192 pages of beautiful memories like that, and it's all built around the garden and being a gardener. You can get a copy of Creating a Garden Retreat by Virginia Johnson and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $14. Botanic Spark 1943 Birth of Gilles Clément ("Jeel Clee-mon"), French gardener, agronomist, garden designer, botanist, entomologist, and writer. Gilles started experimenting in his garden at La Vallée ("La Val-lay"). There Gilles lives in a simple hut home that he built using native materials sourced on the property. During his long career, Gilles devised many landscaping concepts, including the garden movement (Jardin en Mouvement), the global garden (Jardin planétaire), and the third landscape (tiers paysage). To Gilles, the term garden movement was inspired by the physical movement of plants in the garden. For example, in the garden, a gardener must decide whether to allow the plants to spread or to control them. The global garden reflects that gardens are inextricably part of life on the planet, and they are confined by the limits of their environment. Today, garden environments are experiencing radical changes as the earth confronts climate change. As the earth goes, so go our gardens. While many gardeners still think of gardens as enclosed spaces - often fenced off from their surroundings, Gilles says that, The "planetary garden" is a means of considering ecology as the integration of humanity - the gardeners - into its smallest spaces. Ecology itself destroys the notion of the 'enclosed' garden. Birds, ants, and mushrooms recognize no boundaries between territory that is policed and space that is wild. Ecology's primary concern is nature in its entirety, and not the garden in particular. The enclosure was always an illusion; a garden is bound to be a planetary index. Finally, Gilles's concept of a third landscape borrows its name from an Abbé Sieyès term - the "third estate," - a term coined during the French Revolution to identify people who weren't part of nobility or clergy. To Gilles, the third landscape represents the low places, the ordinary places - everyday places that are forgotten, derided, ignored, or abandoned by man. These misfits or orphaned areas lie outside agroforestry or land management. Third Landscapes are made up of edges and odd-shaped parcels. They can be abandoned sites or neglected spaces along the margins of daily life - think of highway shoulders, riverbanks, fallow areas, wastelands, etc. Gilles sees the third landscape as unembraced treasure - offering unique biological riches and limitless potential for reinvention. As for the garden, Gilles once wrote, [A garden] is territory where everything is intermingled: flowers, fruit, vegetables. I define the garden as the only territory where man and nature meet, in which dreaming is allowed. It is in this space that man can be in a utopia that is the happiness of his dreams. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
This week we have the first triple-header of the energy healing dialogues. Brian Wilkins returns to the show with first-time guest, Jess Waters. Jess and Brian are principally responsible for creating and maintaining a weekly intention group based on the principles outlined in Lynne McTaggart's Power of Eight. So we discuss their respective paths through various healing modalities, how they came to intention-based work, what it's good for, how it might work and what its efficacy implies for the cosmos at large. Really scintillating chat. Excellent stuff with some excellent people. Enjoy! Show Notes Jess and Brian's substack, Banhe. Brian's website.
This week's Misfit Entrepreneur is Judy Wilkins-Smith. Judy is a world-renowned Systemic Work and Constellations Expert, Fortune 500 Executive Coach, and Author of Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns. Basically, Judy can teach you how to decode your programming and look at the patterns from your ancestors to see if you have the DNA of an Entrepreneur and more importantly how you can learn to become a better entrepreneur. Wouldn't you want to know what your past generations can tell you about your future as an entrepreneur? I do and find this topic fascinating, so I asked Judy to come on and help us better understand the impact of our ancestors on our lives. www.JudyWilkins-Smith.com Judy was born and raised in South African and moved over to the US with her family for the opportunity. Her father was killed shortly after they arrived. She started to study and decided to write books and stumbled onto the topic of understanding what is past down in behavior from ancestors. She met a mentor who helped her to better understand the topic and as she says, “Never looked back.” She started working with and helping individuals and companies came to her asking if she could help their companies and executives in the area of pattern recognition and performance improvement. We all know about ancestry.com and other companies like that, but that is just scratching the surface. What can entrepreneurs learn from their ancestors about their entrepreneurial DNA? Judy works with “ancestry 2.0” which answers the question, “Why does it matter?” What does it matter what region your family is from or events that happened in your family history? These things create thoughts, feelings, actions that become patterns or emotional DNA that is passed down through generations and impact people. The big “aha” is that with emotional DNA, you can change it. You can change the patterns or re-write them. Entrepreneurs tap into the chapter that only they can write is primed by their ancestors. How can an ancestor, from say the 1300s, have an impact on me now? That ancestor passed on behaviors and patterns down through generations and shapes how people rise up or subside. With epigenetics, if an event is substantial enough, it can create an imprint on DNA. The Dutch study of a town who were surrounded by Nazis and thus had little to no food and were consistently in a malnourished state. When the children and grandchildren of these people were studied, they all had the markers in their DNA of elevated cortisol and malnutrition. So, our ancestors have a real impact on us. Explain epigenetics in more detail. How does it affect things like our attitude and world view? When you watch your mom and dad, you pick up things, patterns/behaviors. You will learn things but have a choice. If there is something you don't like or behavior you feel is not good, you can choose to go a different way. This library of responses is what we use day to day to respond to situations in life. How do we identify programming that may be holding us back? And how do we change it to what we want? There are always patterns that you want to start and stop. You need to focus on them and write how you truly feel about it and the meaning you give it. If you look at it and look for others in your family that have similar patterns. Are you following their lead? Do you want to follow in that pattern? If not, you must decide to change the pattern and path so you don't do things “just like mom, dad, grandma, etc.” When you say “I wish I could…” or “I would really like to.” These are signs that you have a pattern to change. At the 14 min mark, Judy explains this process in detail. It's best to listen. “99% of the time, you, the entrepreneur are not an imposter. You are a pioneer. So, don't feel like you are ever an imposter” You don't have the answers, but you are willing to go look for them and figure it out. Pioneer. At the 17 min mark, Judy talks about “systemic work.” It's the need to “belong” that keeps people stuck and from breaking out. You've got to build the weight for the want that is stronger than the subsidence into the system. Is there a set of steps that someone can follow when they feel they are pulled back into the comfort area? Get 2 pieces of paper: One for where you are going and one for where you are. On one piece, write down all the reasons why it is good idea not to move from the status quo and on the other write down everything that will happen for you if you do. Keep them and when you have these moments where you feel like you are falling backward, look at these two pieces of paper. Will you decide to quit and go back to old ways or keep going to reach the things that will happen if you do. It's literally working it through logically in our heads. Talk to us about Desire… The mind has to tell the body a story it can believe. If your body believe what the mind tells it, that is your new reality. Deep burning desire drives this. How does someone use systemic work to help them on their entrepreneur journey and reach their potential? It is constantly being mindful about “What am I thinking?” “What is it telling me?” And “what meaning am I giving it?” Most importantly, what is my mind telling my body that my body believes? What do you believe and where did it come from and what do you choose to believe? One of the most important things to be aware of is the opportunity to pivot and grow. How do you teach yourself to see life? Thoughts, feelings, actions…. It's not hard work. People tell themselves terrible things all day long and believe them. That's not hard work. Flipping it the other way isn't either. It's just a reorientation. What are constellations and why are they so effective? Constellations are the breakthrough piece. They are a 3D process. It works best if do it with a live picture in front of you of the challenge or way of thinking. Judy uses an example of money. Maybe you have the same views on money as one or both of your parents. Do you realize that this is their view and doesn't necessarily need to be yours? These limiting patterns can be found quickly. Then you can find the limitation, the issue, its' origins, its effects, and how it has really affected you and then what a different possibility may be like. You can then re-wire the brain and the body. Doing this work can unlock things that have held us hostage for years. Other advice? There is no such thing as a trainwreck, there is just another possibility. Ask “what more is possible?” It will lead you to new ideas and possibilities. Remove negative self-talk. Have a very clear awareness that life is not just life, but an adventure that is yours to shape. Don't play the role of the victim. Take back your power. Show up. Show up. Show up. Thoughts on victimhood/victimology? The reason we have so many issues in the world is that we have been taught to be victims. If you want to transform, you have to find the areas where you feel you are a victim and go beyond it. Victimhood is a comfortable way to fail. Don't short-change yourself. Victimhood and Victimhood industry is the big lie. Never let someone else tell you what you are capable of or what your value is. Best Quote: You, the entrepreneur are not an imposter. You are a pioneer. You may not have the answers, but you are willing to go look for them and figure it out. Pioneer. Judy's Misfit 3: When building your business. Inspire, don't drive. Empower others to drive. You are not broken. No one is. You may be breaking through, but you are not broken. As an entrepreneur, you have a very big responsibility. You have the potential to change the emotional DNA of the world. You get to write the story. Don't forget to take your own full place. Show Sponsors Ecom Automation Gurus (15% Discount on all services) www.EcomAutomationGurus.com 5 Minute Journal www.MisfitEntrepreneur.com/Journal
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Cyraxx | Chance Wilkins | The FULL StoryThis episode is about Cyraxx , also known as shadowblade, drift works beats, odd world art, and Chance Wilkins.The purpose of this content is to learn how to stay safe online and how to not make the same mistakes that Cyraxx has made himself.Cyraxx is a YouTube content creator known for his music, artwork, virtual racing, and many other things. Cyraxx Nation is the name of his community which has been covered by many other creators such as Music Biz Marty, Shmeckle Cat, ClassicGamesCanada, etc. If you enjoy this Cyrax analysis, please let me know and we can review more of it.#cyraxx #cyraxxnaation #cyraxxofficial
Judy Wilkins-Smith is a world-renowned Family Patterns, Systemic Work and Constellations Expert, Author, and Motivational Speaker who offers guidance on how to decode your emotional DNA and shift the unconscious inherited patterns that are no longer serving you. Her new book is Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation Through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns. Highlights Originally from South Africa, Judy Wilkins-Smith is now in the United States and tells how she got into constellation work. Judy explains the meaning and effects of “Emotional DNA” and its epigenetic component. She explains the meaning of epigenetics. The advantage of decoding your emotional DNA is that you see you're not actually stuck and can change what isn't working for you. Judy explains how to recognize your patterns so you can make changes. People, generally, have been brought up to believe that suffering is necessary. When we change that pattern, we can have better outcomes. This is not difficult, but it does take time. Judy talks about how to change a habitual trauma response to a triumph response, both of which happen in the brain quickly. People are often afraid to make changes because if they do, they won't belong anymore. Making changes is not changing the system but rather expanding it. When you do this, you become a pioneer. We talk about how stepping outside of the pack creates leaders who overcome their feeling of not belonging by creating followers. When people resist change, it's often because they have an unresolved issue. Once they resolve it, it's easier to switch. Until they do that, the unconscious loyalties and hidden patterns will keep them stuck. Judy gives suggestions for what you can do to move forward and how to look at your money patterns. Judy wants people to remember that everybody's got exactly what they need to go as far as they want and suffering isn't sacred. It's stupid. Links Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation Through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns Judy Wilkins-Smith's site Judy Wilkins-Smith on Facebook Judy Wilkins-Smith on LinkedIn Judy Wilkins-Smith on Instagram Learn more about The MetaMind Circle