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"cameron druze" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

08:01 min | 5 d ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Well. I'm sure that i'm not the only person who's been going through. Okay right now right Tetra kaigi of course being this period. That happens just about no for most people. I think where you figure out your planners system for the coming year You know i was just listening to a podcast called stationary cafe last night. Where people the three hosts the podcasts three host. We're going through their what their journals and planners and kind of notebooks that were going to be using the system they were going to be using for twenty twenty one I sense from your silence that you were both madly scratching your head but it is for those of us who enjoy a kind of books and planners and just kind of thinking about that honestly like the planning of the planning is maybe the best part but i really want to recommend planner for twenty twenty. One it's a planner but it's mostly in the kind of area that's kind of like a goal setting a guided journal. It does have a monthly spreads and daily spreads. So you can use it. You can use it however you like. But it's a big book is called brave sis journey journal And again it's it's beautifully put together. It was clearly a labor of love. It it has a as. I said it has all of the various elements that you would expect in a planner. It really is very focused. I it's really for someone who wants to spend some time Improving themselves but just kind of reflecting on their lives. It's got a lot of places where you can reflect and it also has an element Every month there is a focus on some women of color who really made an impact who celebrate their birthday that month and it just is a beautifully put together journals so I really recommend a brave sis journey journal which can be get more information at brave sis dot com and just in case that needs spelling b. r. a. v. e. s. i. s. dot com sounds. Really cool all right so my. I only have one endorsement this week but it comes in two parts. The first is a humiliating anecdote and the second is a song. A celtic song Anyway so the humiliating anecdote is that those in the run-up to our very first ever super fest where we combined with Hang up and listen in the political gabfest. I happen to be listening. Repeatedly to a very goofy and thematic stadium anthem cheese ball song by the goo goo dolls called iris. And i i. it's just the guilty as guilty musical pleasures. And i love singing along to. Its way out of my vocal range. It's now even out of the vocal range of the slightly older now Singer who sings it lead singer the goo goo dolls and but it's just it's just anyone who knows the song who has a modicum of good taste it represents exactly that like like it's so its own thing it's so soaring it's so cheesy. It's it's just like just edging up to being a journey song but really isn't it just got like a tiny tinge of the replacements in it to keep it from being so gross you have to cut your head off you know because you kind of like it and I've been listening to a lot and we did our first super fast. And we're we're up in front of a fairly substantial audience. I guess it was in san francisco. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure but does my memory of were in front of this audience. And i'm about to do a segment. It's a political segment in on something quite serious and i feel completely out of my depth and i'd actually been to a wine tasting earlier and i was so completely off and i was just like how did i. How did i do this to myself. Like it's like you woke up in the middle of your own worst anxiety dream in your now. I actually am onstage in front of hundreds and hundreds of people who expect me now to be completely sharp at all. I am is muzzy and kind of wind up an incredibly nervous and by the way. There's emily basilan looking at me waiting for me to speak and what comes out of my mouth is well. I always thought going to start with a joke. Always a great idea when your path drunk on stage. I said i said why. Always i always told myself if i ever found myself on the same stages david platt's i would sing iris. And the crickets on my god. The depth of the silence like the profundity of the silence from the crowd. And i was like okay. Here we go and off. We went deeper into the abyss. Well it turns out. I'm slightly redeemed on the back end of this stupid anecdote because this song apparently symbolizes the same thing to other people as well not just any old other people but to phoebe breeders and everything phoebe bridges touches says cares about is cool Because she tweeted the night before the election. If joe biden wins. I will do a cover of iris and twitter. Went nuts phoebe. bridges twitter. Indie twitter went nuts for this idea all of a sudden a lot of gen x. and gen z didn't give a shit whether biden won or lost suddenly wanted. Joe biden a win so it had its desired effect. But not only that coming in right behind her maggie rogers said and all sing harmony on it and they frigging did it. It went up on soundcloud and it was. You could download it for like twenty four hours for a fee all of which donated to a worthy cause but it's on youtube and is so so good. It's like they're both. They're both amazing. Amazing singers and phoebe bridges has gift. It's like her gift. It's her genius. Is a kind of sweetness. Matt married to a really deep melancholy and it. It's so distinctive and it so authentic to her that it saturates everything she touches including the song iras and so i feel as though my immense darkness was rescued on the far end by her on airing coolness and i'll take it so check it out. The song is so good. It's a really great cupboards. One of the great fund covers steve a request for myself. Because i was trying to make notes on that when you got to the end of it like you've been talking about it for so long that i couldn't remember what it was called or how to find it anymore. Can you just say one more sentence. Yup but on the condition that what you said stays in cameron. Is that going to happen all right. It's the song. Iris originally by the band. The goo dolls. Actually they have a live in buffalo version of it. It's just a fucking kick ass anthem but a stadium anthem. The phoebe bridges cover of iris with maggie. Rogers on vocal harmonies is is is just to die for find links to some of the things we talked about today. Our show page that slate dot com slash culture. I can email us at culture. Festive slate. dot com. We do really love it. We try to get back to you all the time please. If you have any inclination send us an email. You can interact with us on twitter. Feed is at slate cult fest. Our producer is cameron druze. Our production assistant is rachel allen for denisovans in june. Thomas stephen metcalfe thank you so much for joining us and we will see soon.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Man Up

Man Up

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Man Up

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"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

"Take their phones hit the subscribe button and be like good. You'll never lose the show. It staying ranked here. Yes. But but in addition to just following us where you've always followed us, please. Also subscribe to our. Newsletter that we're launching. We've only put out one newsletter announcement so far, but you can subscribe just by writing mailing list in the subject line and emailing us at Kristen and Joel into at gmaiLcom because we'll have even more details and updates for you via a newsletter very soon. All right now that that business is out of the way, we do also have some bitter sweet news, the sad business. As of now Cameron, well, not becoming with us. Yes. This is incredibly Harvard. So hard for me to say, I like can't look cameras. Let's just we love Cameron so much. And if we could we would carry Cameron around with us in a backpack. Wherever we go for the rest of our lives. Cameron has just been the best. He has been with us in the early development phases of the show. He's been with us every step of the way he's coming before. We even knew the show was a show. Yes. But one of the good things about that is then since we were all friends before the show. It's not like Cameron is actually leaving our lives Cameron. You're stuck with us. Whether you like it or not you're going to still be friends with us on what what size of bed you have whether or not you have a bed frame all of those things forever. Yes. So whether you like it or not you're stuck with us. But Cameron you. You are very well. Situated at slate right now. And he's got a he's got a whole life ahead of him. Yes. He's got her three. He's got it made right now. And he's making amazing beautiful things. He's making you must remember this crying out loud. He's learning late. He's a producer extraordinaire, he's producing you must. Remember, this you he's producing everything. Yeah. He's producing the whole world. If he's got a beautiful future ahead of him. And he's never getting rid of us. No. You can't get rid of us Kim. We're going to follow you everywhere. Look over your shoulder because we'll be there. We'll be there. And we'll be asking about your dating life. And if you ate breakfast. Yes, look out your window will be on the street there. That maybe harassed. At a restaurant. We'll be there everywhere you go. Go to sleep that little scratching under your bed. That's us. We're there. You know, what else is under your bed? Cameron. Maybe a copy of the next book. We're going to be living though. Good pivot. Let's move away from the sad. Let's get away from all this sad stuff. Let's talk about our next book. Yeah. Yeah. Let's make the announcement. Everyone wants to hear it. Everyone wants. Note. So yes, bump buttered on the book is pick three by Randy sucker Berg. What if I want to pick for what if I wanna pick zero? What have made name is Mark Zuckerberg? And I don't wanna listen to my older sister, Bosnia round, listen next week to find out huge. Thank you as always for amazing producer Cameron Druze who we have cherished working with the past three and a half seasons. And we know it's not goodbye. It's just a see you in a different context. Forever under your bed. Yeah. Under your bed. With books reminder. You can reach out to us at anytime at Kristen and at g mail dot com or tweet us at Jolanta G at Kristen minds, and at by the book pod until next time on Kristen minds are and I'm Jay Greenberg. But my thanks for listening. Bye. Bye. Bye. Bye. Bye. Bye. Cameron. Sorry. That's to sad. I try to lighten the mood with humor because I'm uncomfortable. Screwball Cameron's going to get comfortable life because we are not going anywhere.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Your house dot is like literally my favorite thing to do is clean. Your closet. Well, you're on. It's hard. This has been our hell month. Sarah. And I talked about it on happier in Hollywood. So I don't know. Maybe it'll be maybe I should reframe it as when our helmet is over at work. It'll be a celebration. Yes. To be able to get my claws ago. It'll be time. I'll listen to a podcast. Yeah. And I'll clean up. My closet and be happy that I have a little bit of downtime. Maybe that'll work. That's a great reframing. There you go there you try. Okay, gretch. What is your gold star this week? Well, we always love to gold stars to other podcasts. And I have a great podcast to give a gold star to it has a podcast called. But that's another story now. Full disclosure, the host of it will Schwalbe is a friend of mine. He's in one of my three children's literature reading groups. And so I knew about it because I knew we'll was doing this podcast. I love it. So what he does is. He has notable guests come on to talk about books that have changed them that were the most meaningful. And it's one of these great things where if you really love to read the way, I do you're always looking for great new readings suggestions and things that are kind of like off the beaten path that you might not have thought of it. So these are really interesting conversations that then make me Kimmy, great ideas for reading. So like, I read Chris. Sti Coulter's book nothing. Good can come from this. Because of a conversation. I heard on the podcast. I pulled out Lorrie Moore's who will save the frog hospital off my shelf. I read it years ago when it first came out, and I wa- I'm like, I don't remember thinking about that book. I wanna reread it on one of my favorite episodes was an interview with Kevin Kwan, who's well known for having written crazy rich Asians at he was talking about Joan Diddy and who's one of my favorite writers. And so it's just a great podcast. If you want to listen to a thoughtful conversation that then gives you a lot of great ideas for reading. So again, it's good. It's another story. Well, that's what I can listen to and I clean my closet. Yeah. And at the beginning, he always tells like a little book related anecdote from his own life. That's super charming like, it's a very calming kind of it just you think you would really really enjoy. It can wait. I'm always looking for a new podcast. And that is it for this episode of happier. Remember to try this at home make an introduction. Let us know if you tried it. And if it were. For you. Thank you to our producer Cameron Druze. Also, thanks to Kristen mind, sir, and Andy Bowers of panoply get in touch Gretchen on Twitter at Gretchen Rubin,.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

"I will say that the episodes that I tend to like the most are actually the ones where I can tell some sort of like introspection is happening because they are almost surprised that it's working. I feel like this happens to Kristen a lot. Like this happened in the four hour workweek episode where she was like, oh, I don't know how to relax, and that's like I think a really cool kind of moment. I felt like that happened a lot to during the love languages episode. I feel like the love language is episode is one of the best episodes and the conversation about it. So we've got hijacked by the whole gifts conversation. Oh, yeah. But there were so many moments in that mode where you can tell that you guys are sort of learning more about each other's partners. And how you communicate and stuff like genuinely right? And I always think that's really interesting because maybe it's because I'm sort of a skeptic like Kristen. So whenever something's like working. I'm like, oh my God. I like it. Did you just hear what Cameron said he's like me? He said sorta. Oh, yeah. I'm like, Joe Lennon and And a million ways. Do. Oh, yeah. Hey, we're both stand. Comes down to is. We both love Cameron and Cameron loves us equally. That's true. All right. We're going to wrap things up with one final question for you Cameron about being a producer. And this is from Paulina. She wants to know do you have any advice Cameron for those of us who are aspiring podcast or audio editors I would say I feel like in this industry. Having a good mentor or more than one mentors is really helpful. There's a lot of stuff you kind of have to learn on the fly. And if we're talking about audio editing in general, I've learned like four different audio editing programs and each time I was thrown into them or given a very quick tutorial during my first radio internship. My instructions were to watch YouTube tutorials. Like, no one showed me anything. And that's great. If I know anything about public radio that is how all of the interns. Learn by being like, hey, we're going to treat you like a producer. You don't not do it. Like, I hope you figure it out. And while there is something to be said for the teaching style of throwing people in the fire, it it's also just sort of a waste of time, and it can be fast tracked by just teaching people stuff, so like, especially with audio editing programs. There are so many short months in tricks and techniques and things that if you learn early on you're gonna save yourself so much pain and misery. So that's just some very technical advice. I think it's good advice though. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think that's true in a lot of parts of life choosing a mentor, professionally just, you know, who do you wanna be when you grow up Dolly Parton, you know. Yeah. And someone who already has Dolly Parton and ask them questions. Actually, they would know best. Yes. Absolutely. All of those things. Well cameron. Thank you so much for letting us grill you today. Thank you for answering. Some of the many many many questions that came in from our beloved listeners, all of whom of you. And I love them. And you do. We love you. Everyone's. All love everybody and huge. Thanks to everybody who wrote in with their questions for camp. The questions were funny. That question's weird questions gave us a little bit more love for Cameron. And how great he is. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you reminder. You can always reach out to us. Our Email address is Kristen and Joe went to g mail dot com. You can also tweet us at Jolanta g at Kristen minds or at by the book pot and at Cameron Druze for Cameron. Thank you as always to our guest, and producer cruise is going to be editing. All this down by some beautiful because Cameron Cameron. Yeah. And beg says always to our composer Nate wider and to the rizzo's who perform our theme song, please rate and review us in apple podcasts, or whatever you listen to our show is it helps other people find the show, and if you have not done so already telephoned about the show tell your own personal Cameron up on the show. Tell your friend about Cameron tell. Here. In town. Next bonus episode, I'm Linda Greenberg, and I'm Kristen minder, and I'm Cameron Druce Bye-bye. Right..

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"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

"And today, it's all about our producer Cameron Cameron. We have somebody fans. Oh my gosh. Cameron. You're following is growing by the second people love you. And by the way, folks, I'm just gonna put in a plug for Cameron's Twitter handle right now. Cameron is so funny Cameron. What's your Twitter handle? My Twitter handle is at Cameron Druze easy to remember. Yeah. For recommending it funny. Dry observation he jokes. Yes. He's so funny. All right. So shall we start things off with some of our funny? More frothy questions that came in frothy coffee. Yes, frothy Rossi like like a milkshake. Right. There's we end delicious already not to meaty dairy heavy but not like meat, heavy, exactly. All right. Let's start with this question from Clara. She says Cameron. How is Robert plant doing Robert plant is thriving remind folks where Robert plant came from this was right? Robert plant is a plant of mine that Kristen bought for me. This was after we live by the or after the two of you live by the nature fix, correct? And I was talking about how I don't have any plants, and I would like plants and then the next morning I came to work, and there was a plant on my desk that Kristen had bought for me. So Robert plant still lives on my desk. And he's at work. Yeah. He's at work. I I thought he lived at home with you. I was on the fence about bringing home or leaving him at work. And I just liked enjoyed being in his presence at work. All right. And I think it does sort of just create a better atmosphere at my desk desk. A question though, do you leave him at work, partly because tens on our maintenance guy takes care of Robert. Or you pay waters are plant. So he does. But I've been really good about watering rubber plant cared deeply about his survival and his well being so does he have any like new leaves? Yeah. Yeah. It's very fun to watch the leaves form they start as these little spirals. And I get really this is lighting up to a proud father. Oh, I love it so much. I love it. Love it, a wonderful. All right here is the question from Kristen not me that would be weird. If I talked about myself in the third person. But Kristen our listeners says Cameron what book would you suggest Joel meant and Kristen live by for the next season. I don't know the only one I can think of is when we were brainstorming books. I came across this book called how to argue and win every time. I'm very interesting. I just think that's a preposterous title. And I would love to see what would happen. I'm not familiar with the author. But he has this sort of just like old man cowboy look, and he's staring you right in the eye on the book cover, and I just I'm so curious about this. I don't want us to argue tonight. We're arguing every. See this is because I haven't read the book yet. And once I read okay going to stop right now next question. This question is from Andrea who says Cameron did you get a new mattress, hopefully one that is not second hand or a twin size. That's sort of a good news bad news situation there. How did we end up talking about your mattress to begin with? I don't know. I can't remember, I don't know. But you did reveal to the world that you have a win win size. Secondhand mattress. Or is it the hand? Oh, there's don't knowing how many hands. Oh, did you on the straw or get it from Craigslist? I got it. From the original twin mattress was bought at sort of like, a just a really cheap furniture store like a second hand furniture store, and it had been like refurbished or cleaned or some fish goodness. I don't know. Is that a word? I don't know. I mean, I know it is I don't know if it applies to a twin mattress. So you know, it could be ten years old could have been five years old. I have no idea. But have you ever? What's fact about a mattress collects over a pound of your home and don't don't don't owed. There's probably a bunch of humans in over the course of twenty years during mattress weight twenty pounds more because it's gusting. Yes. Twenty pounds wouldn't it folks in my mattress, don't stop? Grossing me out. But the good news. I don't I don't have it anymore..

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Your own plugging. What's your gold star for the week? Well, I'm giving my goal. Start on my son, Jack because he had an insight that just made me so happy he came up. He's taking Brazilian jujitsu, which is sort of where you grapple. It's like a lot on the ground wrestling. And he said mom, you know, what I realized? And I said what he goes. I think I'm gonna do great jujitsu tomorrow. And I said why? And he said because I realized if I think I can do it. I can do it. And I was like, well, how did you realize that? And he said, well, I was watching the jog. Oh. And they were talking about how if they believe in themselves. You know, then they can do whatever they wanna do. Because then I realized I could apply that my light. I I could apply that to jujitsu. And if I believe I can do it. I can do it. And I was like, wow. This is like the insight, you know, for your whole life. That's Brian one of the most important things to realize and then beyond that in this. I loved he said an even if I don't end up doing it. I'll probably do better because believed I could because you know, there's just people who are going to be stronger than he is who he cannot be no matter what. But he's like. But if I think I can then I'll at least do better. And I was just like so proud of him for sort of paying attention to you know, these lessons and then. Applying it's his own life and really thinking about it. What isn't in Jaakko own in jog, oh is a show where these LEGO characters ninjas, and they go on missions. And they battle evil, and they're, you know, they they learned important life lessons such as believe in yourself. Wow. And it's a great show, actually. But anyway, Jack seen every episode says wants to be a ninja for Halloween. Yes. Although he's not going to be an jog o- ninja that's its own costume. He's gonna get traditional ninja. But these are what eight year old boys think about. But anyway, so I was proud of Jack for having that insight applying it to his life. Yeah. We'll you know, we'll see where it takes him. That's so profound though because it's like he got there on his own. That's the where you can say it and say it and say it, but you take that in and it connected with him in a way where he was like now, I see. What this can mean for me in a way that was both optimistic and also realistic. Yes. At eight years. I was so that's great. Oh, what a beautiful Goldstar. And that is it for this up associate happier. Remember to try this at home? Celebrate a personal anniversary. Let us know if you tried it. And if it worked for us. Thank you, our producer Cameron Druze. Also, thanks to in mind, sir. Andy Bowers panoply get in touch Gretchen on Twitter at Gretchen.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"So that means it's your turn to give demerit? Yes. Okay. Gretchen hair is my to merit. I have not been doing our family updates, so we have discussed on the podcasts that mom had this great idea of sending very often updates. We usually put up date in the subject line. We're gonna just Email the family and say, oh, this week, you know, we, we saw this movie and, oh, Jack, has a play at school on Wednesday, and this is what's happening at work and just whatever mundane detail, the temperature that day, you know, stay connected. Yes, because what mom pointed out and it's really true is that staying in touch with these little mundane details of each other's lives really makes us more connected than talking once a week, trying to sort of explain everything that's going on and I love getting updates. And I had been really good about sending updates, but I don't think I've sent one in like at least six weeks because now I will say, I think a lot of this is because I am so slammed at work that I like truly am like struggling to just keep my head above water, but I do then feel disconnected from everybody because I'm not sharing what's going on now. I mean, the motto of of update is it's okay to be boring and just like for anything, but I know that feeling of like when there's so much going on that first of all, it never occurs to you. And then second of all, it just feels like, oh, I'll do later. I'll do it later. I'll do it later when calm down and they just never calmed down. But I think it's good to be aware that you wanna bring it back. So like maybe having done it, it's like this is the point of the demerit. The demerit is to be a reminder. This is important to me, so now I want to do it. So I have been sending an occasional photo. So that helps. Yes. Photos are a good stopgap measure for, sir. Yes, but I need to. So today I'll send it. Update, so you'll okay. Now I'll hold you accountable. Okay. Gretch what is your gold star this week. Okay. This guild Sargus my daughter Eleanor, my younger daughter. So as I talked about in my eighteen twenty eighteen, I've wanted to like up my Instagram game and I've gotten better. I do a lot of stuff on Instagram, but there's all these like cool tricks and tips and everything that I never knew how to do. And then finally, I'm like, hey, I'd like this teenager living in house in the her coach me. And so now we've only done it for two weekends, but I really want to continue this like each week and I'm like, give me one thing like one weekend. She showed me polls than other weekend. She went over boomerang with me and I'm like, because she's like, you could do this. You could do that. Can't take it in just can be one thing. And then for the week, then I try to do it every day almost every day just so that it'd become so I really get it because you know how when on technology people show you how to do bunch of things that it seems really obvious and easy and then like ten minutes later, you're like. So unlike let's take up by stop and she really gets a kick out of it like she's just getting into all this stuff herself. So I think she really likes being the kind of mentor and it is. So I've only done it two weeks. Maybe it's a little bit premature. It's a little bit premature for meeting give myself credit, but I can definitely give Eleanor Goldstar because she was a super cheerful and engaged and very patient with me on so gold star to Eleanor. Oh yeah. Eleanor gay, and that is it for this upset of happier. Remember to try this at home, have people over, let us know if you tried it and if it worked for you. Thank you to our producer. Cameron Druze. Also, thanks to Kristen mine. Third, Andy Bowers, panoply, get in touch Gretchen on Instagram at Gretchen Rubin,.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Yes, we'll Gretchen since we're talking about the body today. I have to give an update on my ongoing saga slash happiness to merit. The latest installment what is going on with the treadmill desk. Okay. Well, Gretchen remember everyone's suggested I buy slip on sneakers. Yes, which I did now, the key to me a lot of people are suggesting slip on sneakers, just don't have laces. The key to me is that they not have a back the back that I find to be a barrier to entry. Okay. So I got the same ones. Mom has new balance and they arrived and they were too big. Oh, so they fit Sarah though perfectly. So she bought them off. That's good. But I said, okay, I need to order the size smaller and I have not done it. So Sarah has this knickers, but I do not. Okay. So I am still struggling with the treadmill disk. I also will say I got a really bad cold and that also isn't Hibbard me, but I really can't blame it on that because I haven't had a cold. The last four. Months. I haven't been on it. Okay. So I'm gonna give you some accountability and say the by the end of the day today, you should have ordered the shoes. Okay. Fair enough. That seems manageable, but I'll text you buy sagana clock. Okay, good time Pacific time. 'cause you extra three hours, but I want to give you a gold star to for this ongoing merit because even though it is an ongoing to merit, I think it's a great example of how sometimes you just kind of have to be persistent and you're slowly working. You're identifying one problem after another. You're tackling it part of it is you just need to make up your mind that you've got the time in the energy to do it, but a lot of it is like, can you make circumstances easier and you are really sticking with it? And I think sometimes when something requires a lot of persistence, it feels easier and almost like less deflate ING to just kind of let the treadmill dusk. It does seem don't ever think about it and you're staying engaged in it, which makes you probably feel like guilty and like kind of annoyed with yourself and that's a bad feeling, but it's keeping you engaged. And eventually I feel. Competent, you're going to get back on the treadmill dusk. You did it for a long time and it was great for you. You just need to get back in there. So give you Goldstar for your persistence. You're not just way this like a hand wave like I can't do this right now. You're staying in. Thank you Gretchen. You're staying in it, you know, and you'll get there, you know. All right. Well, I will keep you posted by six today. Is your body related Goldstar? Well, speaking of procrastination. Okay. My Saragossa myself as compared to last year because this year I got a flu vaccine right away and last year I just come to Lang and delaying like, oh, it'd be more convenient to do it at this other time or like all do it then. And that'll be super convenient. And this the months went by and I never got it ridiculous. And so this year I was like, why am I going to waste all this mental space and noise? I'm just gonna you know, without delay is the easiest way I just up and went and got the flu vaccine. So now I feel incredibly smug, and I'm so glad I did it. Yes. So lesson from last year, I probably gave myself at to merit. Report last year, learn the lesson of the merit. Now it's a gold star. I got. I got the vaccine. Congratu- have to point out. It'll be a happiness booster for months to come because every time someone brings up to subject vaccines with full, of course happened at least twice a week. You can feel good about yourself that you have gotten the flu vaccine. So it's just the gift that keeps. Exactly. And that is it for this up a set of happier. Remember to try this at home, think about your body. Let us know if you tried it and if it works for you, and in what way did you think about your body? Thank you to our producer. Cameron Druze. Also, thanks to Kristen mind, sir, and Andy Bowers, panoply. Thank you. Two terrific guests. Take nap..

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Normally I only listen in the car, but I was like, I have to know what's going to happen on the next episode of homecoming and interrupt you and say, because I have not really listened to that many fiction podcasts and but you had told me how good it was. So I was listening to it. And I have to say, if you're a person who uses podcasts as a form of pairing to get yourself to exercise, I'm like, literally looking for it to my daily walk because I'm like, what's going to happen? What's going to happen? Like I had to turn it off in mid episode or they're twenty minutes long. So it's a really good length and just creates the spell and you just it's fine to find out what is going to be rebuilt. So I loved it too, and thank you because you turn it on to me. I wouldn't have entered into it. If you hadn't said how good it was? Yes. So everybody Li do your. Self a favor and listen to homecoming, yes, and that is it for this episode of happier. Remember to try this at home, make life more complicated. Let us know if you tried it and if it worked for you. Thank you to our producer Cameron Druze. Also, thanks to Andy Bowers and Kristen minds her panoply get in touch Gretchen on Twitter at Gretchen Rubin, and I'm at Elizabeth brow or Email address is podcast Gretchen Rubin dot com. If you like the show and you're so inclined and you have a little bit of time, please rate and or review the show, it really helps other listeners find the show. We really, really appreciate it. If you do take the time to write a review the resources for this week, I want to remind people that I have my happiness project one-sentence journal for mothers. If you're starting to think about getting presents for a mother in your life or like a new mother or mother starting a new stage of parenting, like childhood to started kindergarten or going to college, I'm it's a fun way. To keep track of little memories and moments. So I want to remind people about that. And also I have started doing a lot more tracking of my reading on. Good reads, I know a lot of our listeners are degreed IRS and they're interested in seeing what other people read. I'm I'm posting their what I read it tweak. I don't always write reviews, but you should know that if I finished, it means that I liked it 'cause now ruthlessly do not finish folk if I don't like it and while you're there, you could Mark one of my books like other order home as a book that you want to read you until next week. I'm Elizabeth craft and I'm Gretchen Rubin. Thanks for joining us onward and upward. So it won't be in a cage. It'll just be hop. Does it even hop Canet hop? Does it is sume it hops? No, it'll have an indoor cage at an outdoor. The outdoor one will have a big run attached. Panoply.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"And so many listeners emailed in to make this suggestion was that you should get slip on sneakers that you were dedicated to the treadmill that stayed with the treadmill. That would make it very easy for you, even if you were dressed nicely work to have the right kind of shoes right there, so. Okay. So they've moved position. What is the progress report on the shoe situation? I've ordered the shoes, their new balance. They're the same ones. Mom has a different color because she has slipped on seekers. They haven't arrived yet. So we'll see if that helps. And the idea is that the slip on or easier than having to put on like lace up sneakers because I have dedicated sneakers sitting next treadmill. It's just like a hassle to put them on, so hoping this will help. Well, this reminds me in the better than before my book about how information like there's all this research showing that every little teeny bit of convenience or inconvenience actually has dramatic effect. And so it sounds ridiculous. Like lace up shoes slip on shoes. Does it make? It will be really interesting to see now that they're oriented properly now that you have this it, but I kind of suspect isn't a lot of this that you're just exhausted like maybe you're just so kind of at your limit that it's hard to get on the treadmill. What do you think. Yeah. I mean, I am exhausted, but we all know that exercising gives you more energy. So my mind is like, oh, just want to sit in the chair. But I know intellectually that if I get on the treadmill, I will feel better and more energetic. So I have to override that in my mind and Sarah and I did tell Mary our assistant, we're like just come in our office throughout the day when we're in here and just say, oh, did you want to get on the treadmill? It's hard to do though. Honestly, like she did it a couple times, but I think it, you know, it's hard to just constantly be piping in, do you want to get on the treadmill? But I got it tell her to like maybe do it at least three times a day or something, or maybe there's like a science she holds up for like a fan is like, I don't know, but I think it's a great idea because I think sometimes you just don't think of it and then somebody says, what about it? You would do it. And then as you got into the habit of it, it would start to see more natural. Yes, so we'll see if I can get more than a mile in two months. Okay. I can raise my steps what you've done it in the past. So I'm hopeful for. The ongoing saga. Yes, regrets. What is your gold star this week? Okay. I'm gonna give a gold star to somebody who doesn't need a gold star, but she deserves a gold star. So she gets a gold star and that is JK Rollings, Illinois. And I went to the wizard world of Harry Potter and just by weird coincidence. It turns out that the day that we left to go was the twentieth anniversary of the day that the first book Sorcerer's Stone was published in the United States. So it was actually very significant anniversary and we went there and I was looking around, you know, like fake hogs Mead, and the, you know, the dia alley with Weasley whizzing wheezes and I was like, it is stunning to me that one person's imagination could be so fruitful and could generate so much delight and so much creativity and go in so many different directions and just feel limitless. I really truly think that it is establishing and just cold started JK rolling for everything that she that world. That universe that she created. It's just it's, there's nothing like it. It's amazing, and that's it for this upset of happier. Remember to try this at home, create a personal time line. Let us know you tried it and if it works for you. Thank you to our producer Cameron Druze. Also, thanks to Andy Bowers and Kristen minds or of panoply, get in touch Gretchen on Twitter at Gretchen Rubin, and I'm at Elizabeth craft or Email address is podcasting Gretchen Rubin dot com. And it'd be like the show, please be sure to tell a friend that helps us so much..

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"But I was just proud of myself for letting go and just saying, you know what? If I'm not there Friday night, I'm not. There Friday night, the world will go on. I have to focus on the job and everyone will be fine. And then I got there and it was as if I'd been there the whole time, you know, you just get kind of right into what's going on. Well, it's this point about a short trip is like it was too one night instead of two nights, but one night is still a lot, and you and the the value of the job, then jet got to take the train which he loves to do. So it's also by accepting it and thinking like, okay, well, how can we just deal with this in kind of a calm way with a little bit of advanced planning then that also made it easier to handle the logistics helix of keep it up in the air and this kind of frantic thing. And can I pull it off? Could I do it where you'd be so worked up emotionally? Yeah, I think you're so right to give yourself a gold star. 'cause you just were very matter of fact about it. You know where you're like, yeah, this is how things are going to have to shift a little bit, and that's fine. And I, we can still have a great time, and I think you had a lot more fun because you set yourself up in a way so that you weren't so emotionally drained and the whole lead up to it. Yes. And it was also in a much better. Her mood at work because sometimes I can be sort of storming around at work, you know, angry. Like I'm supposed to be glancing right now, and I'm here said I was just like, oh, I'm driving up Saturday morning. And then it was also interesting grudge because Friday night was like the first I ever spent alone in our house at least since Jack was interesting. So that was kind of interesting to, and then also the thing about is like in the morning and work when you're trying to meet that deadline when she really can't like, can I get up there? You're gonna get up at three. If you would stop talking, just meet when meeting would be cut short. If we could move this to Monday, it's like you could just spend so much time innings -iety trying to do something where it's like, okay, realistically, this is not going to happen, you know, you can Fussell you want and if everybody cooperated, it would be amazing, but they just won't because you can't get a hundred people to cooperate with you. So so gold started, you well done. Thank you. And that is it for this episode of happier, remembering to try this at home plan, a short trip. Let us know if you tried it and if it worked for you, thank you to our. Producer Cameron Druze. Also thank you to Andy Bowers Christon binder of panoply. Thank you to our terrific guests Bradley tough. Read his new book, the fixer and listen to his podcast firewall. Get in touch.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"Traditional student loans living in your parents basement narrative look friends friends friends the media is hell bent on hewing to this meaningless set of labels they've ascribed to our generation my generation arjun ration whoever's listening to this and while it's tempting to just ignore them that's not gonna make the problem go away i think it's important to really interrogate these stereotypes that even i and my fellow millennials buy into as you heard in the interview with michael i was tricked into believing a lot of self hating stereotypes to we have to get rid of that shit while we work on changing the narrative around poverty and economic mobility we should remember that millennials are a big part of that and not just this weird separate thing millennials are people in fact we have a lot of power to influence elections as long as we get out and participate our country is in a moment where we're reconsidering a lot of our sumptious about how our konami and our democracy should function in case you haven't noticed after listening to the whole third season of the show i assume multiple times so let's get out and participate finally friends take things you hear about millennials with a grain of salt and about jen's e n about any generation talk to your people and be honest with them about how you're dealing with this fucked up financial situation we've been gifted by previous generations and maybe do something to make sure we don't fuck it up for those who come after us because nono reminded me the mythology has already begun for them but i read a lot of these pieces about bill just so worried in panicked about the way that teens interact with technology and i keep wanting to be like it's so different for all of them stop writing these pieces containing meaningless factoid about a whole generation that's how we got into this mess thank you so so so so much for listening to bad with money if you like the show please rate and review us tunes and be sure to all your friends who are bad with money this is the show for them also tell your friends who are baby boomers or jen's ears or if you're a baby boomer or if your agenda or gen xer we always forget about them we love listeners of all generations we're part of the panoply network our producers are lindsey crowd while cameron druze in sam dingman and we're edited by chiquita paschal all four of those people i could not have done this season without their beautiful angels anybody's panoply chief content officer original music for our show was composed by extra when mike kaplan jack dolgin our theme song is performed by sam barbara and our show art is by cam and glavin and dan blonde dell i'm gabby done thank you for another great season thank you for supporting this show thank you for helping me get this message out thank you for sharing it with your friends and for tweeting about it and for just letting me know the ways that the show's changed your life but also just letting me know that you support the message of this show because it can feel pretty lonely out here so yeah hit me up on instagram at cabbie road you get it love to hear from you if that's not enough or if you miss me already you should probably preorder a copy of the bad with money book which comes out january two thousand nineteen keep up with my social media and i'll let you know how you can do that okay i love you all your amazing by

"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

"And that's it. For this episode of by our producer is calm and meditative, Cameron. Druze are managing producers zen like me. A logo are composer is Nate wider who has shockers and our theme songs performed by the great, wonderful Bantu we adore the rizzo's. Thanks also to Andy Bowers. Panoply. Also stay in touch with us. Let us know if you've read meditation for fifties, skeptics how it worked for. You didn't work for you. Send us your questions or suggestions for future books to live by our Email address is by the book panoply dot com. You can also tweet us at Jolanta g hat. I the mines war at by the book pod, and of course call us share your beautiful voice with us at five. Oh, five, five one old. Lastly, please rate us review as an apple podcasts. It helps other people find the show. It helps us keep our jobs. And if you haven't already just terrified about the show, get them to listen, download it on their phone. Until next time I and minds and I'm Greenberg thanks for listening. Bye. Are you. The last on purpose. That's because you're so wonderful. You must have been meditating on impassioned. It was fidgeting because I had a p p.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on Adlandia

"A different way in an an an angela has oriented halard greatly yeah and i think it's one of those things that has been um unmarked in dies as when it comes to it studios i also consider i think they'd like to that point and one of the big things on the market are safe hits like boggles my mind is like do we actually expect our creative's whether it's at a branded studio or content studio an agency a media company to actually give us really rich and phenomenal dory's ray and content and ideas were doing in in a fucking onepage brief immense was survey ira or with that thank you cameron druze are our friends and family a panoply my turk any bowers jacob boys burke we will be back in two weeks after south by coming back at ya lydia see out there y'all boom an full disclosure our opinions our own who do you think outside of courageous because you give course are going to say courageous like who do you think is actually producing the best content of the bronze studios wow now or just general general oh jason john i mean you're gonna say like the bbc 'cause you're bread now just uh hardline chewing right now alert traffic the new times do a great job um you know uh i think come i think enormous is the kind of company that anonymous and what patrick milling smith is doing with smuggler those are a couple of companies that i you know that i would aspire to to to emulate with courageous other like but those really production company man well they well at the university of i in you know like with like they they have a bedrock of a commercial business radicals another great example of this.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

"Check in work five jobs i couldn't afford time to slow cook anything or crochet us salk like it's not realistic in less you have a certain amount of resources right yeah i think that gets back personally did that socialized economy of denmark i was talking about right yeah so my verdict is i guess i half recommend this book good lighting and spending time with loved ones always great but i don't think you need a whole book to remind you to treat yourself every so often or leg make you feel inferior because you don't have time to grow sale your blankets oh my gosh i don't have time to crochet any of my blinkers and frankly i don't even have time to buy a lightweight scarf so yeah totally a hear you and that's it for this episode of by the book our producer is cameron druze are managing producers meal about thanks also to our composer nate white up and to andy flower's a panoply liaised stay in touch let us now if you've lived by the little book of cuba did it work for you did it not to change your life just flat us now also send us any questions are suggestions for future folks breast to live by our email address is by the book doubt panoply dot fm you can also tweet us at joe went to g first and minds or at by the book pod you can also call us at 505 five one old but don't forget to raid us and review us in apple podcast says well it helps other people find our show oh and if you haven't already tell a friend about our show get everyone you now listening to this show we want to make a billion more abbas sprea until next time i'm christmas minds.

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"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"cameron druze" Discussed on By The Book

"It would be that personally touring ring it was tough nobody do that book please don't do that but just as it just diet books aren't real i have folks are for quickfix says they'll give skinny for a second then you'll give fat and hey yourself i've done a thousand of them just promised me yeah promised me of never do that world i don't know why i'm saying promised me over and over again because we don't want anyone to heat themselves here your old is a better place when people eating themselves like i've energi at bug that worked and i looked dim game the bat away back for about like two years but it's still like in the end i felt like a failure you know it's just never worth it yeah let's not hate ourselves let's love ourselves let's do that yeah loving aides say that's it for this bonus episode of by the book thanks for listening guys and remember we are still taking questions your questions about the show questions for our producer cameron questions for our husbands brad and dean we're going to be addressing all of those in upcoming bonus episode so send them our way yeah you can leave a message for us at 505 510 book you can write to us by the book panoply dot the found lead us as always atul went to kristen minds war my the book pod thanks as always to our producer cameron druze and who are managing producer me a little bell and thanks as always to you listeners we love you so much love yourselves love your selves till next time on khorasan minds her and i am joined him rumored for bye.

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