24 Burst results for "Eleni"

"eleni" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

04:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"eleni" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"So this is the time. This is a decade. And this means that cities have to really think that the interconnections and injured dependencies between different urban systems and they have to think of resources very carefully and build backup systems and redundancies of flexibility and diversity and think about sustainability and equity because this is how we build resilience in our cities. And cities are already doing it and they're changing and we're very much learning from each other because for the first time the last few decades cities belong in powerful urban networks that so we're kind of talking with each other and learning from each other. Networks like resiliency network and support they are really supporting cities. And I'm going to give you a finish by giving you a few examples of what cities have done and of course I'm going to start from Athens. So in Athens, we have this incredible Roman aqueduct, a brilliant ancient masterpiece of design and engineering that runs for 20 kilometers underground totally invisible and still today moves enormous amounts of water from the hills outside the bathrooms to the center of Athens. The water is great too. It's perfect for irrigation. You don't need to do anything to it. And for decades now, we've been just throwing it into the sewage and then to the sea. So now this urban aqueduct is going this ancient monument is going to be used to build resilience and lower heat by supporting urban nature for the modern city of Athens. Another great example is made again in Colombia, Medellín, they did they created 36 green corridors. And dense network of trees and flower beds that had lower temperatures, 4°C in the city and it does a lot of other things ecosystemic services like captures pollution and noise pollution and water and soil erosion. So all these things have really important ecosystemic services. You probably know soul in South Korea. They dismantled a highway that was ten lanes long and it had four lanes on top expressway and they to restore a stream underneath and created this blue corridor and green corridor, 3.6 miles long, a continuous space for wildlife and people to walk and bicycles that not only lowers temperatures, they've measured that it goes up to 5.9°C that it lowers temperatures in that area, but also it protects the city from flooding and of course it attracts thousands of visitors every day has created a lot of jobs and has supported business development more than any other part of soul. Paris is using the water of the scent to give free cooling to buildings around the river. And finally, I'll finish with Melbourne in Australia because they have created an incredible strategy that's called nature in the city strategy where they think they've analyzed and think how to bring together the whole of the levels of the ecosystem from the soil and the fungi underneath to the plants and the animals and the birds and the insects and the frogs and put into place all these actions that will ensure that the urban environment that their kids will grow up will be richer and much healthier. So, what gives me really excited about this work, working to help cities cool down and work against climate change is also that I feel that I'm really helping create much more wonderful cities to live in. So just think about this, cranking up the air conditioning. It's just not going to cut it. Thank you. PRX.

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"eleni" Discussed on Trinity Force Podcast

Trinity Force Podcast

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"eleni" Discussed on Trinity Force Podcast

"So i. I think it's not it helps. When twitch was on the edge in a game of being able to offer not overall low it's not going to institutions where he was getting dumpstered is not going to recover that though right so in laking pretty much when twitch props old. He's like the strongest championship game. Now he's like the now he's going to be the strongest s. champion and the game like when he helped that much he still has those issues. Like you mentioned It's it's very. It's a very small buff. I don't i'd say it's pretty negligible. Actually but it's not. it's not nothing. It's just pretty insignificant. Her next his cue that little Secular artillery shot that he does to deal damage in slow people. The cooldown advanta costs or both being reduced to help him out That's really just to get on top of people In most are just max W i to get the forever forever shotgun knees first and then i think generally go e. lisa last season when i played a good about that was that was the idea to get a bigger shield And be able to use it. More often in team fights Is that stunned is really good. Especially because he repositioned during the flip People like to your team in that sort of thing but that will definitely help especially in in Rains matchups where he's struggling. He can can spam that a little more. Yeah furniture for got next job. We have is barris so they're Nursing is a d. two and their nursing the attack speed from million gills essentially a so. They're basically serving his his learning phase. Because i think various learning phases is pretty underrated. I'd say it's actually very good Because you basically have most almost permanent uptight on tax speed while you're last hitting and his really good trading tools with all three visibilities cutting that back a bit because just like very very well rounded plates his solid. Gps if you're go. I mean even even on the leaf eligibilty is pretty solid. Gps and really good teams utility On top of having good landing base so there's just cutting back with eleni face part because he's so good at the other aspects as well so the next we have yonne or yonis. I prefer the second but it goes ladies really important news w getting bossed. The shielding per champion is going up only for the getting doubled. But only for those in those instances for when he's hitting more than one champion because he has an additional shield based on how many champions hits with a base of it but He's only getting extra shielding for the second third and fourth and fifth champions hit with it doesn't really affect many situations at all. I don't think it's about just mainly multi-man ours that he's sealing their fates Other than that. i don't think does much for him. Though you still to have the same problems with that. He's weak and he's exploitable. he has When he uses eats pretty clear out a counterclaim. You either as lock in place or you run away until he goes back but a small mini quality of.

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"eleni" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"eleni" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Wanna give voice to just use what you know and the tools at your disposal. Why she had the power pen right. Be clever versus confrontational. It's just use humor. I believe a lot of times. I'm coaching people on using humor to disarm a difficult situation Although all this did not work because the change did not happen. hey exactly what. i'm saying. One on one right in situations right and again you know at the time. I mean writing now quote traditional career for women but at the time it was a nontraditional greater for women eleni don traditional career for women. So again this is breaking into a field then wasn't open to women writes the same thing And get men support. It's interesting well. I think now we could also say get women sport because i think if we think about the current metoo movement that we can think about as kind of a collaboration between the journalists many women but also bail journalist who broke the stories and the women on social media right. So it's the it's that kind of collapse well and and women having this is a good segue women. Having the courage to come forward. I mean one of the things that i'm fascinated about is is is that And miriam and the other women that seem to be fearless earlier. Didn't they did she. I mean she's. She's so provocative from the very beginning. Didn't she mean yes. She had these people support but didn't she ever fear losing her job losing her income. Why think it part that she knew the more sensational. She was the more desirable she would be to write for papers of so she read her audience well so she was creatures also in terms of. We have to also keep in mind that this is a time where many women could not go. Walk around the city without a chaperone right so. She's not only doing that but she's doing it at reporting and she's going to chinatown in san francisco and reporting on that community So she's unbelievably courageous in those ways. But i think also that because she was willing to take those chances that's also. She was very much turning herself into that spectacle right. We also talked about the. She goes hawaii Sushi travelled to hawaii on her own which is twenty seven years old and she covers the anti-annexation movement in hawaii. And i think that that's quite incredible story for a woman at that time to be traveling the distance on her own and writing about those issues that were incredibly controversial and her front page did her editors ever feel like they had to send somebody with her on these soldier. I'm sh- i'm sure that they wanted to and she resists she was..

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"eleni" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"eleni" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"That is different than i than last year. Is we have a government in washington. Dc that is working very closely with us on intervention prevention. And so i so. That's the good news. But i so long as we are basically john responding to the impacts of global warming. We're going to have some battles ahead of us Which is like california of course is leading the nation in terms of moving to a carbon free state and doing what we can around innovation to combat global warming border. I know texas has a lot of problems on the border. And how is the border in california. Well you know. John i i will tell you. I'm a former united states ambassador. I had a consulate in my office for many years. The united states traditionally you know has been built on this Very Open and generous system of immigration. I wouldn't be an american if it weren't for the fact that my father was welcomed here under truman's displaced persons act at the end of the second world war. You and i have many many friends who are relatively new americans and believing immigration to immigrant. Yeah but what we also know is that we have to have an organized orderly system and I have maybe a slightly different view because of my diplomatic background Then either side than either political side. And i don't think this really should be such a political football. We need to have an organized. Orderly system where we determine how people get in because too many people unfortunately engaged in in human trafficking engaged in Systems applying playing upon people's hopes and fears Are creating a circumstance where there are a lot of very desperate people who are good wonderful people looking for a better life but the more certainty and the more quickly we can get to some kind of immigration agreement in my view between the democrats and the republicans the better it's going to be honestly from a humanitarian standpoint. But meanwhile you know the federal government determines The immigration regime and for us in california. We're going to keep doing our best to help those asylum seekers who come here and need support to make sure that unaccompanied children are taking care of. And we're doing our part down in san diego to help To help take care of those unaccompanied children who get here and have nowhere to go and looking to reunite with their family and we're going to continue to talk about how important it is to treat migration and immigration As not just from a humanitarian standpoint but also recognizing that for us in california and we're twenty seven percent born. It has been a great advantage to us that we are the number one destination for immigrants. It is directly related with you and you know we want good immigrants to come in. But i guess we need checks and balances to make sure we don't get any criminals in and we don't get any terrorists and and we want good immigrant so come here to go to.

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Where to Find a Truly Authentic Disney Beach Vacation

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast

08:56 min | 1 year ago

Where to Find a Truly Authentic Disney Beach Vacation

"We're going to be talking all about disney's beach resorts and we're talking about disney's i guess. Would we call them their real beach resorts all around the world. Not their photo. Beach resorts at their feet resort feats resorts like that fo- beach and we're talking about places like what disney's beach club resort would be there features are and just a little bit of background. I remember when we talked about the wave pool that was in the lagoon and outside of the polynesian and dick nunez the emad surfer who turned imagine near and when they first opened disneyworld he thought disneyworld had to compete with beach resorts in florida. And that no one would wanna go there because there wasn't a beach so they created beaches and they tried to do surfing. Didn't really work but then later. They added the pool at typhoon lagoon yet and of course they added the beach club resort and tom along they deign has a real sand bottom. But it still wasn't real and when we say beach resorts i guess. Let's put it this way in front beach resorts well all right. Well we'll get into that. So there are you may or may not know three count them three actual disney beach resorts not associated with any theme parks. And we've talked about one on this podcast in the past if you're planning summer vacation hopefully we're all going traveling this summer and you want to go to a beach resort and you love disney. We're gonna give you three amazing options for disney beach resorts and i'm putting them in my personal preference order. You're probably going to agree with my order. I would imagine start with number one. Most important will go first. Okay and that for me is alani lenny desire lani resort and spa in co alina. A wa who hawaii i do you say that. So he no or lena that. So co lena is the little town. This is a true beachfront resort in hawaii. In this episode we're going to focus on the beaches because we're talking about beach vacations. We will do more in depth on the resorts. We've already done one about our number two which will get to momentarily. But if you there's nothing really. That beats a hawaiian beach. What do you think jonah blank blank. So the beach call. Lena is you fly. Into on her lulu. And it's a really short drive right. We definitely rent a car. And i'll get into why that resort alani is right on the ocean in this really upscale town called co alina and it's a little bit of an interesting beach there because it it's very sheltered. They have storm break. So it's not very good for surfing but if you're one of those people that likes to think the ocean is a pool that has no currents at all. This might be for you. Yeah it's of funny. Because i learned somewhere along the way in my travel life that most of resort hotels on islands even barbados in that they build the hotels on the quiet side of the island. But we love waves right. We like big waves. So we'd always have to do. When i was surfing and barbados. You gotta go down to the super bowl's on the other side of the island but all the big resorts are on the calm side. If there is one and co lena's the whole point is sort of like that but actually there's four lagoons dan this strip of land in their man made so they did like you said they built breakwaters and they're sort of like a c shape. It's almost like a donut with a little cutout which is open to the ocean right. So there's water comes in. They are open to the ocean but yes. They're very calm. They're pretty large. I don't know. I don't even know how big they are. But they're big. It's not like people. Yeah and you can rent boats and sailboats. And a few things in there it can take a lot of people and then there's other upscale resorts at the neighbors of alani and there's four of these lagoons and you can walk along the waterfront the rest of the waterfront there sorta rocky so that's probably why was undeveloped in the past and then disney came along and somebody figured out. Hey we can make nice beaches here if we put these little lagoons. So it is a true. Hawaiian beachfront resort. You can swim in the beautiful pacific ocean. It faces the sunset which is really nice. But if you're going to hawaii and if you're going to alani in particular there are many other as ing beaches on oahu. Don't always need to go in a volcano. Guess you don't need to go. What is oh. Amelia wrote a song as a kid going to hawaii in volcano which would be the big island of hawaii not on oahu. But if you're going to oahu and you're going to alani it's a beautiful beach Franck resort will get into all the rest of it and another episode because es cell using storm along. Bay is a good waterpark. Alani puts it to shame. But we're going to save that for a future episode. Pure here for storm. Along is now an official disney waterpark. A resort it sort of water park for among resorts compared to any other pool. That is you know typically pool with a slide. It's pretty much a waterpark. There's a lazy river there. there's a beat anyway. we're not talking about disney's beach club resort. We're talking about disney's true beach resorts on the ocean. But if you go to alanine. You're in hawaii definitely rent a car because there are some amazing beaches around the island and we have three favorites. Yes when we were there and the one one is why of course the north shore's famous the banzai pipeline. Wia me a base of drive to that beach. Any of these things are an hour to ride real easy day trips to go to the beaches and then i call the surfing beach surfing. Beach is kylie loa beach. If that's how you pronounce it pronouncing these the lower something. It's just back on the way back towards honolulu about halfway. There may be and yet. It's it's a real true. Hawaiian bichon little campground part. If you wanna take surfing lessons there it's great. There's great lessons there. The waves are consistent. It's a true open. Beat quite amazing. Little kids surfing. Yeah amazing little kids. Maybe we'll post a picture of usurping on that beach as part of this social media for this episode so that that one's really close great spot to go surfing and then across on the other side of the island is kahlua which is a really cool little town right on the water and they have a really neat beach there too so chi loo beach the north shore and kellyanne lower beach. I think that's how you say it. I may be saying wrong but you'll find it. Those are three awesome beaches. Plus you do have a beach rate at your resort. A nice quiet beach like amelia said. The water's warm there. It's very calm tons of beach chairs. it's it's fairly large semi circle shape. Check it out on a google earth map and you'll see so that is out of ninety eleni hawaii and then another one we talked about. They will be disney's vero beach resort. And i don't know this might actually be my favorite beach if we're talking strictly about the beach hotel. I'd have to say personally. I prefer the air disney's vero beach resort beach than the alani beach lie because it is truly wide open to the ocean. You can't even serve there either. You can on windy days. We have seen people surfing there. You can definitely bougie board there quite a bit. But i'm going to get in just like we did with lonnie there's other beaches nearby but at vero beach resort the beach is you know you're just on the coast there on vero beach so it extends hundreds of miles but there's rarely it's rarely what i would call crowded. No sometimes in the mornings we go on beach walks and watch the sunrise and get bitten by no see'ums. We talked about that in our verbiage. Episode. this is what. I was alluding to earlier if you want to know. More about. The resort in the area listened to that episode a few back but the beach itself. We didn't really focus on and there is a beach house. there where you can rent watercraft sailboats. But you can bring your own boogie boards and you surf and you're within range of bringing a surfboard. It's your subject to the winds really. It's wind driven surf there. It's not nash. Natural surf break but the beach itself has filled with tons of shells and highlight to look for shark teeth. It's weather dependent so days. It's actually quite calm other days. It's very rough. So i liked that personally. I like those open

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Lauren Oyler Talks About Deception Online

The Book Review

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Lauren Oyler Talks About Deception Online

"Lauren. Oiler joins us now. From ithaca new york. Her first novel is just out. It's called a fake accounts. Lauren thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having me alright. So people know your name even before this novel moseley probably as credit. You've written book reviews for the new york times booker view but also for many other places. Talk a little bit if you would about your reviewing. And how did you get into this well. I started reviewing as elliptical writer. As i think. Many increasingly many writers wrench generation will have to sort of similar background. Just about the millennial generation yes. I'm eleni on thirty years old. So i consider myself a true millennial smack in the middle and i said in english and college and when i graduated i moved to berlin and part because it was really cheap to live there and i wanted to work on my writing and the first sort of opportunity i got with to write liberals about books so every week i think for over a year i would write like a top ten list about top ten bucks three when you're sad and second your house or or whatever and you just made these like did you just come up with all by yourself or did you sort of pull friends. How did you compile them. Sometimes they would suggest something so if there was some event or you know if there was a holiday. Do something related to that. But it was really like. I could do whatever i wanted. And i think i was being paid. Twenty five pounds per article. Which means that. I had a lot of freedom to sort of cover the kind of books that i wanted to cover and do sort of weirder things and in the process of researching this column. I read a lot of criticism. I read a lot of weird sort of book websites. And i learned a lot about what was going to contemporary literature. Learned a lot about what i liked. Agent like in criticism as well. I want to hear everything you learned in all of those areas. I mean i. I guess what. What were the weird book websites. Well at the time we were living through a period which is now referred to as it right so the author but maybe many listeners will know from this movement is tau win. But there was a large group of sort of internet inflicted writers and poets and novelists who are doing sort of experimental literature. That was very much inflicted by the internet. And what kind of book criticism did you read. Where did you turn to other than us. Oh of course. I was reading really widely. But the thing that the way that i really got into it in the way that i sort of developed my style was by reading. Lots of old issues of el arbi wonder review of books online. And i just found that that you know. They're sort of signature combination of of very sort of cheeky. It's not cheeky. But it's it's very indepth in a along review. In which many sort of the books. The books are viewed for many different angles but ultimately there's a real perspective that's gone into those pieces that i really connected west. We should say at this point because it doesn't necessarily show up in your voice that you grew up in west virginia so this is like a very presumably big cultural shift going to berlin and reading the l. r. Did you grow up exposed to a lot of books and to criticism as as a as a kid or a teenager. No absolutely not. Don't overstate might rural upbringing raw. Basically not in a suburb but but something like a suburb But there wasn't you know there wasn't a lot of there weren't a lot of magazines around like i wasn't reading the new yorker. My family was reading the new yorker and my family our readers but they're reading sort of marshawn nra Stuff which is fine. And i should have to do my customary disclosure. Which is that. I did go to jail so that is really where. I got my my hose. Anything you can see the semi writing as well which is a real combination of of colloquial like mainstream kind of slang and the higher register that could be interpreted as literary or more serious. And i think that it really does come from this kind of normal upbringing in west virginia combined with suddenly. I'm at yale. And then i moved to europe.

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"eleni" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"What's say you about? Well, first of all just to be clear the exact order that he signs well states that though new cars can be sold in California unless zero-emission.

"eleni" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on KTRH

"That was real honey is real all right Eleni what was your screw up it was a group effort yeah I was sixteen my brother was fifteen my other brother is fourteen and my cousin was fifteen and we're all together for a fourth of July we had about fifty dollars of the fireworks and we went down to the local baseball field and wish you know mom in the dugout area and my brother shot one arm in the dugout and it went into the box and fireworks you do there is to me a certain joy to watch in a bunch of fireworks go off especially when it's accidental there's all sorts of videos out there I could watch that stuff that is just a treat Catherine once you screw up we were driving from Venice Florida to Disney world and I left my kids behind in Lakeland I didn't find that out until we got it we just there's a story in the news today about people leaving their kids behind this this happens a lot you see it the mom made a video of it their teenage kids so they're not as strong as you got it are good okay fair enough it happens James go ahead yes Sir so Iraq two thousand and seven we were out on patrol doing our thing and well an AC white smoke grenade I was up in the gutter start of the Humvee and I don't know how it happened but the the the smoke grenade came loose from its position drop down inside the vehicle and detonated inside the vehicle still the vehicle of smoke the guy that was directly down to my left he tried to grab it and make the white smoke grenade if you touch it without the glove on it'll burn it barged streaming hot so in middle of Baghdad I had to find the thing down between his legs give the armored door open while we're going down the road and throw it out and by crew has yet let me live that down I can imagine John go ahead yes Sir Ian Miller early eighty three per line which plan a trip from Houston to Denver in the winter he had Frank Lorenzo on the jump seat and landed on a taxiway instead of a runway how did that go it was really embarrassing but it was it was okay they had and what anybody on the tracks you want thank god but he he was really burst and been with them for the rest of his career I can imagine bill go ahead and on the weight loss all along to brag about Florida's kitchen the reason why I called the guy called record low rider not pretty much involved miss lord and I've known her since mid eighties and I think he's wrong about the time she opened up shop I know are a campus there in eighty three eighty three eighty three we have a little summer house right there on three fifty rabbi lake Livingston before the prisons bill I know she was serving up fried catfish back in so on her website it doesn't say but I do find that they have a eight six six number all right toll free or something well here's what's funny so she probably doesn't know this but she probably bought that at a time I don't know what the area code for Livingston as but I bet she had people come in from four oh nine seven one three two eight one three four six you know these different area codes and **** and they wouldn't call her because it was a long distance number so she put it I'm sure she put in her she put she got a one eight six six number and she's probably still paying for the goofy thing because that's been her number for all that time and noble she hasn't even ever stop to think about it when you run out of money one thing about lotus kitchen if you're if you're a white guy in the mid eighties early eighties and Livingston Texas traveling on three fifty and you saw her shop you probably wouldn't win in there this is a cold shower level got me tell you something we stopped at the end that's why this white boy the cat is it in nineteen eighty three and a half but I was the only white guy the place how about today today I don't know I haven't been there probably fifteen years before Michael but it.

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Jane's Hoya Tour

On The Ledge

08:57 min | 2 years ago

Jane's Hoya Tour

"I'll have gathered the Hoyas from all around my house and brought the here to take a look at the mall and to give you a guided tour just because most of them are up quite high to look at and talk about the same time so here we are with the hoyas choice and I have. I thought I had thirteen but I think actually two four six eight ten twelve. I actually think less forgotten one which is entirely possible that I have a dozen of these things. Let's Talk I the one that I've had the longest and that is my variegated Julia Canosa which well let's be fair. It's a shadow of its former self. If you listen to the Hoyer episode with Doc Chamberlain you will remember my Hoya. Canosa suffered a terrible fate. which was that a load? Some white completely white leaves to grow. There was a stem. The head completely white leaves on nothing else rather than judiciously. Cutting those off. I decided to leave them to grow. And it suddenly said the plot into a tailspin and I just about about one. She save a single cutting which I then replanted a poll. And this is what I've got now east. Not Dating Site Body's already flowered award and the single cutting has branched into two different stem cells looking reasonably good. Let's just describe this heuer. It's probably the most common hoyer that you see out there. What most people would call the wax clouds or wax flower? Eight Scott the standard luther. Relief that you'll be familiar with in the royal family. I don't exactly what variegation this Kovar is actually cooled by but it's the one with cream edges basically creamy white edges and a kind of a slight silvery splash in the center. The leaves are I would say fairly standard thickness. And they're tiny bit thought furry and it's a very attractive plant and I'm glad to say score really really well if I see any of those white leaves though the first thing I'm GonNa do is get rid of them because as I said before it was bad knees when this happened so this is doing pretty well now now. I think what I'm probably going to do with. This plant is taking cutting come spring because I would like it to push out a bit more have a bit more growth going on the part east during the classic thing. People worry about this but it really is totally normal for Hoyas and in fact many posit scramble and climb about which is putting hanging out completely bare stems with no leaves on them. I and you start to panic and think whereby leaves but what the parts doing really. Well I think it's what he's doing i. I think I've read this somewhere. But pops botanist can confirm this for me. They put out feelers to see whether it's a good place for them to grow and then once bats confirmed that they're happy that little extra ground they've colonized then they start putting up leave so they don't really waste any energy before expanding into new areas. What you'll also notice along the stem of the Hoyer this particular where on many others bumpy bits? which again can be a bit alarming? You might I think you've got scale but he's actually just adventitious roots which Tabu popout and then really sought to grow if they come across anything. That's route that's they can route into so this one's hanging so there's nothing to reach into. Those adventitious roots tend to say quite small. But they're not a problem just just waiting for the opportunity to route into something. So that's my hair. Canossa the flowers on this sort of Shell pink furry the thing that got me into Hoyas in the first place because just are so unusual gorgeous and they fly quite easily as I've already said so. Yep The flowers are great is the the foliage is great. It's a really lovely plant and if you have only one then on also is a good choice. It's easy to get hold of two which is not true of all who the WHO is. We're GONNA talk about today okay from the sublime to the ridiculous we're gonNA look at Hoya. Linear ours now. Now if you remember this specimen of mine mine came from James Wall as cutting when I visited his place. And it's done really well I'm going to take a lot of cuttings off this plot and yet it's still quite big and lush now. Relatively speaking given how long have had it. It is very very dry right now. I think I need to give this good water because it's starting to get that kind of very dull. Look that plants get when they are in need of some drinking and it's also quite like to pick up so I know that it is I plant and and this will be reported in the spring because I can see lots of routes coming through the bottom of the pulse. What I love about hoyle any are as well as suggests? The leaves are really unusual there about four centimeters long couple of inches long. I'd say and they look like run a beans or you don't call them Wanna beans in the. US been like a what you call runner beans in the US. I've forgotten green beans that look at me like green beans jeans and they're they're actually rolled in on themselves and you get a little grooved on the center and there were other softly. Furry they come out outs either side of the note and you get these long strings hanging down and they really do look very different from any other horror that you'll come across I guess stat. That adaptation is so that they can preserve water and this horrid doesn't like to be kept on the dry side we'll find with the stems on this one is that it does produce juice leave straight away unlike the con- Osa but it tends to grow stems until they get heavy enough to start trailing down so you end up with this effect. We've got kind of arms reaching up and then gradually they will drop down as the plant matures and they get long enough that they start to hang the flowers on this one. They tend to flower for me any way towards the end of the summer during autumn time and the flowers on this lovely scent which is comes into its own about seven o'clock in the evening this smell Eleni buttery mini smell really delicious and the flowers a really horrible. They are pure white and they tend to be visible among the clusters of leaves again. This is reason to have this plot hanging because it does look really great when viewed from below. I'm now this one in places like India and Nepal and it's not the easiest of course. I've never had any problems with it. But if you have a feeling that you and the person who gives the plant too much water you made strong with this one so just take care of the water inside and make sure it's really well drained but yeah. This is one of my absolute absolute favorites and would be without that particular one more talk about and that is where Matilda now. This is actually a hybrid. It's across between Serb hanes and we're con Osa and this one came to cutting. I can't remember who gave this to me. I think it was us on a UK. HOUSEPLANTS facebook group. But again if you are going to grow start off with and he wants in court easy to get going with I think Matilda Sabrina good choice. This plot has small roundish oval leaves with silver splashing on them. I mean it's hard degeneracy toys because the league shake dust change. I find that sometimes the leaf leaves can be quite elongated and then the ones quite oval and that changes us the leaf as a stem matures. This will hasn't flowered yet but I just love the look of it. It's it's actually desperately in need this. One of being trained around the hoops of I can really enjoy the foliage up close. The flight was on this. One looks very much like Canosa except the flowers are white and fuzzy rather than Pale pink and fuzzy according to winstrom unstained this flows early and often so on still waiting by flowers gonNA hoping that they will come fairly soon but even if it never flowered I think I would still be in love with this planet. Really really beautiful. I- propagated cutting of this using the hottest tub technique. Thanks to Sully Williams or for highlighting that brilliant technique for me. And it won't really well for this plant. The only thing is you end up with roots coming from every node. So what I would do. What is rooted is late on some compost and allow it to route? But it's really easy. Plant ICAGO wrong with this and apparently the scent is quite like Hokkaido. Sir I have never got any sense to all of my work so that's not very informative but I'm not worried about the scent. I think it is beautiful flowers. And that's quite enough for

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"eleni" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

"Everyone and this is where we have to end. And so what happens is but here's the thing it's like we've been trained to think that something has to work on everyone because you know look Louis have statisticians and actuaries people who reduce Who reduced things to the commonality? So that we're like oh it's going to work for everyone lunch but an end so if someone uses an essential Elliott's Cranston looks a me and I'm like well it's not may not be the right modality. Feel oh you but please don't dismiss it as not working. It's just not the right McDowell anything you don't resonate with yes I've already. I've done certain in things. Well I've done for example. I've done acupuncture for certain issues and sometimes it works great and sometimes I'm like that didn't do anything wrong. That's and I don't know why that particular time in that particular situation didn't didn't didn't work but I know when it works when it doesn't so so it's It really is this sort of fluid thing to me this Idea of of of being aware of yourself self and knowing that things can change from day to day week to week in what works for one person doesn't work for another so it's really about when it comes down to it when when your self healing and that's what all this really it's like you're you're an aide to self healing is how I see what you do that it. It comes down to a certain level of mindfulness and a war. Self awareness of really paying attention and Finding the the you know that you have the right to assemble your healing team and and that every system is good for something we don't want to dismiss things you know but but but there are some systems that are going to be. That are going to be profoundly effective. Certain things so for example if you have you know aches and pains so with with back back pain Surgery may not be the best idea but physical manipulation in the form of some kind of body work and massage and You Know Asana practice specific to what's going on for you. You know hop baas acupuncture meditation. That will be specific. The other the thing I think that he's really fundamental that we've kind of lost sight of is it takes time. We'll that's another part of the issue with and with Western medicine. I don't WanNa wait. You know people say I just like I WANNA flip a switch field better. Wanted Weaving Trade Symptom. Thank you have a symptom and remember that the you know again if you have direct chew through advertising directly to the public then your What's your framing the paradigm and so people go? Oh this is how it works and so we have that instant gratification thing whereas you know it took time time for it to happen in your body is going to take time for it to heal. And it will. He'll but you have to engage in the process and and and I think so a lot of what I for me. A lot of what I do is re educating people. Caring people that to me. This is why I sound like a long education education because it's re educating people as to the wall bay play how effective they can be as you say you know that kind of the Co creation of our health that this body is not external to you. You know your thoughts and your so what you think on a subtle level did your emotional stay you know and then on a physical level what you eat how you move all of that plays a wall And we see more and more the role that we actually do play now. Health and wellness days. An opportunity I think was in everything that happens for us to learn and to grow. It was an opportunity to London opportunity to grow. It doesn't feel like Ed when you're miserable but there's an opportunity to learn and grow and I know in mind life. The worst things have also been the best things that have ever happened to me. Because that's how I choose to look at them. Wow but then I haven't died so I wanted to segue into the end. I WANNA go. Wow how it can people get a hold of you. 'cause I want you know. We talked a really long time which I've doesn't seem like it to me. That's how I know this is great If people do work remotely with course I did absolutely people all the people that listen to podcasts. How how do we get a hold of you all? Oh fantastic so I have a website and it's cold belly mind institute because there's a connection between the belly and the mind SCIBELLI INSTITUTE DOT COM and my email l.. Ease Eleni E. L. E. N. I. Vega a y You OBV e e d a at me dot com and so I do zoom and I do skype and I'm known to get up you know. We do have a time difference as you say but I teach my students regularly in the United States. I want to say thank you and I hope I it can pronounce your last name. Reiter lady hold on to Creek OHS. Yes yes okay but I always answer to Eleni all right. It's all good all right. I ask you so much and I will send you this when I'm when I'm so looking forward to it. Thank you and thank you guys for listening into the PODCAST. I hope you got a lot out of that. I sure did and much appreciation asssociation to all the people that have been listening. I means a lot to me. Thank you so much and we'll see you again..

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Verona handed partial stadium ban over racist abuse towards Mario Balotelli

Caught Offside

04:48 min | 2 years ago

Verona handed partial stadium ban over racist abuse towards Mario Balotelli

"Batali on the receiving end as he played for Brescia. Verona Verona of subsequently being handed a one-match partial stadium closure over the racist abuse. Suffered by Ayala tally in a club. Statement Verona confirmed the supporter in question WHO's the head of the ultras At Verona Luca Castellini. I was given a ban until June thirty at twenty thirty and I'm not going to repeat what Castellini said about Mario Batali but the statements enough for me to warrant a lifetime ban for this guy and you know there was some people talking about the way ballot. Telly reacted when it was all going down. What did he booted the ball? And he talked about that He's I'm reading from this from the Daily Mail. The Italian striker admits he felt he quote had to react and reveals. It hurt three times as much because his young daughter was watching on TV. He said I know that we're not supposed to give these people attention. But we can't just not underline the seriousness of what they're doing either Belly told us to Eleni television. He said if I don't react nothing will happen. You can call me an idiot. I don't mind that but if you call me a n that's it's not done by mistake. That's serious I stopped play because I thought that's it I'd had enough. I say punish those who were guilty and not the whole curva because that is the beauty of football. I never accused the whole city. Idea Verona. Just those few idiots who are responsible. It's unbelievable that here. We are because I remember the last time player booted ball into the stand in that manner. I can remember it was it was for. AC Mellon maybe eight or nine years ago and they were playing lower league team same uncertainly one of their black players was was subject to this abuse and to see it repeat itself is terrible can get out of this. Well there's one. Other guy that I wanted dimension here Verona's manager Ivan Djuric. Who basically instead of reacting the way that like you would hope the opposing manager would in a situation in like this and show some contrition instead? This is like Sadly it feels like this is the playbook that it nope didn't happen when they go straight to that And it's I don't know it. Just it just sheds this light this like sadly consistent light upon on the way these issues are handled in that league. Yes you're just waiting for someone like of note somebody of prominence to step forward and just like like the Italian government maybe well. Yeah Yeah because I saved this last week came up on my phone from the BBC. And I saved it Because then you this was going to happen again and I just thought look at the reaction to this versus the reaction to racism in Syria. To Italian footballers have being given one-match bans for drum roll. Please blasphemy during series matches. Salo's Francesco Imaginary paramore's Matteo scored Allah were shown on television making blasphemous remarks in separate incidents. There is a strict ban on taking God's name him and Van in Italy of the nation's Football Association has discipline players her doing so. Since twenty ten almost a decade Houdini and as a midfielder Orlando Mandra was banned for the offense in two thousand eighteen. And according to not the government's room but rules but the Italian f.a.s.t rules players who wear t shirts with personal messages to their family or which make reference to their religious beliefs will also be punished so this is this. This is possible the Italian government can get involved. But there's no will to do wish none whatsoever like the idea. Blasphemy man who may or may not exist depending on what you believe in. That's fine in the sky. Gets all the respect. You'll get a match bat instantly for blasphemy for saying. Oh Oh God or something of that nature but your fellow human being but your fellow human being that has a beating heart and blood and nervous system and thoughts and feelings is and family and future and hopes and dreams. He gets on the long finger. There's protocol that has to be followed. Whatever the hell that means for that guy but for man in the sky no problem no problem so that is just another window into society when the Italian government can can interject into into Italian football and band for saying God but racism? It's a tricky not one. How are we gonNA come on? It's ridiculous and it's all about power structures and the will to actually tackle this

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"eleni" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Search for it I feel very grateful that I got it back and it does and does the happy funny story that isn't happy ending is spends I mean could you imagine digging through your toilet every day for your wedding ring when you get for the past honey is your wedding ring pass yet I'm looking for right now actually. the doctor started to doubt or thrown out of their stomach okay so that's how they got it out you have to go dig in yeah but the I was bigger thing is here what is this woman dreaming about an inch like I if I'm her fiance I'm scared to death we had a dream about stabbing at me to death. she can swallow her own wedding ring right what else could she do that is pretty frightening get a butcher knife you're all of a sudden you're wake up and missing your junk sort of a bad dream. let me ask you this let's say that you're not married you're getting ready to popped the question to the soon to be Mrs nice yeah you go to diamonds direct to get a big expensive diamond he put on a finger she wears it she swallows it and then lo and behold she goes number two and it comes back out would you be okay with your fiance walking around the poop bring. we spent a lot of money on it and you know it's clean. you've dried it you've taken it to a jeweler they put in that little hi I'm probably going to try to sell it on the secondary market or maybe take it back for a new one yeah either way that's that's not going to be the thing I look at my wife string of the rest of my life and I remember the time he put the ring Eleni. yeah now.

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Burnout syndrome is real, and getting worse

The Big Story

11:47 min | 3 years ago

Burnout syndrome is real, and getting worse

"I love making this podcast for you guys. But man, I have my days you probably know the feeling work even the best kind of work the kind that's engaging and interesting and fulfilling can cry on you. If you're balancing a couple of gigs, or more as a lot of us, are, it's even worse. Sometimes all it is a bad run work gets tougher. A bit gets really busy, and you look forward to Friday or to your next vacation or you just take a day for yourself. And you come back ready to go sometimes, though, that's not all it is you get, so fed up or overwhelmed, or anxious that even job you might not hate becomes a weight around your neck and you burn out and then never mind a good job. You don't want to do any job. And this is the part where you need to lessen because burnout is an colloquialism anymore. It is a syndrome officially recognized. Last week by the World Health Organization, and it is more prevalent in this generation than previous ones. Some of you may be listening to this podcast wealth coasting through a day job right now because you just don't have the energy to engage anymore. And if that is you while the good news is you're not alone. There are millions of people in the same boat. The bad news though, is that not everyone on that boat makes it safely to shore. I'm Jordan he throwing and this is the big story. I'm con is an author a speaker, an, an educator, particularly on the subject of burnout. He has suffered from it himself is written a book about it news, giving a tedtalk thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me, Jordan. How you doing today? I'm doing really well. I'm luxuriating in the fact that the raptors are in the files, just the whole idea that we're even here in the first place is just put a smile on my face ear. This man is the opposite. But you've done a lot of work on this topic. So I, I guess, because I think it's something we all throw around, but don't actually dive into right? What is burnout now that there's an official definition for it, right? And shut up to the World Health Organization for coming out and reclassifying Burnett, because since nineteen seventy four when the term was first coined by Dr Herbert Freudenberg. Dr Gill north, what's amazing is that they would submit papers on burnout to their community. They would submit them to various journals, and they would get rejection letters. And sometimes they would be rejected on the basis of being pseudo signs. They would be laughed out of rooms in some cases. And so we've sort of languished, in this period from nineteen seventy four till very recently without a formal definition of burnt out there hasn't been a consensus. And now finally, the World Health Organization has put their foot down and said, burnout is a state of complete physical mental and emotional exhaustion and v consequence of chronic stress unmanaged in the workplace I didn't realize. That the term had been around for so long and being used that way. So how did it originally? Come to be. And what did it? What was it? What was it coined to define? That's a great question. So some of the earliest cases of burnout were found within the human service industry. So we're talking about childcare workers, social workers, nurses, educators, so on and so forth. The first documented case of burnout was related to a nurse named miss Jones. That was her name, and they're trying to figure out what was happening to miss Jones. She was a top performer in some cases in overachiever, but she just became more and more distant from her work. More resentful to the people around her. She completely flamed out. And so to try to describe what was happening to her, and then all of the other people that were working with her, and in similar industries, they had to explore that there was something about the way that they were working the way that they were moving through the world that was resulting in this level of chronic stress, and it wasn't just a simple medical element that was unrelated at the time. So kind of cynics question, then I guess the way you just defined it, aren't we all burnt out at some time. Yes, we are. And, and some cynics would go as far as saying that burn out as an excuse for laziness. And I'm going to go that far burned out. And I'm sure that we all have. But where's I guess what I'm asking is, do, we have a sense of where the line is between that sort of like the last couple of weeks have been really rough? And, and I'm feeling I'm feeling burnt out versus okay? We have a problem here, right? And so the World Health organizations reclassification of this into something that has a direct medical causes really interesting because we often saw burn out as a symptom of something deeper. We saw it as symptomatic of stress in the way that a runny noses symptomatic of a fever. Right. But now in describing burnout as something that is tied directly to chronic workplace stress. We now can speak with it with level of specificity and use the right language to validate people who are experiencing things like adrenal fatigue, were experiencing actual medical conditions that lead down the path of burnout. So what does that look like that? If i'm. If I'm a manager or even just a co worker in an office. How can I tell the difference between when one of my colleagues are employees is just again having along along week or is actually, like, we need to get them some help? I'm glad you asked can I give you two answer. Yeah. So I want to read off, if, if you don't mind over here, what the World Health Organization has characterized as there's three dimensions the first feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion. The second has increased mental distance from one's job or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one's job. And last one is reduced professional efficacy. So those are like the three sort of umbrella categories of things that might be going wrong and throwing you off for equilibrium. But the one thing I was excited to share with you at the twelve stages of burnout, which I'm sure you've researched in preparation for the podcast. But for the listeners, I would love to share those twelve stages, if you don't mind, sure. So it usually starts the same compulsion to prove oneself, which then leads to working harder than neglecting, one's needs. Displacing conflict, revising values denying emerging problems in your about halfway into the burnout cycle. At this point, then. Withdrawal. You experience behavioral changes de personalization inter emptiness, and then stages eleven is depression and stages. Twelve is burnout syndrome, all together. And so, by the time you've reached age twelve year needed Dr medical support. What is distancing yourself? Look like like in the workplace I I'm fascinated. And I always asked this question to two guests is like we can classify things all we want. But what does it look like on the ground? That's a great question. So I'll tell you a story reflecting on my time, working at a large educational institution here in Toronto, where experienced my last bout of berno. This was in two thousand fourteen and so I look back at that period of my life. And I remember that, while I was in the thick of burnout. I found myself, declining every opportunity to socialize. No coffee's no lunches out become very, terse and hurried in meetings, I would almost antagonize the people around me including my own immediate teammates. And I just became the worst person to be around. I think and I think the way that, you know, my partner describes me my friends, my colleagues at the time described me. They said that you were becoming very negative. Cynic. Closed off, and you're just unpleasant to be around while you were going through it. If anybody talked to you, they tried to. But at that point, I wasn't hearing it and I think that leads directly into this stage over here, which is denial of emerging problems stage, number six at that point, I was just in the mindset of it's not me. It's you, what are you talking about? The sinister thing about burnout is by the time you're able to self diagnose that you were going through or have gone through Bruno it's already too late. You've made it further along the burnout cycle than you think. You're so why has the WHO made it a syndrome? Now after thirty some years of not as it is on the rise. Do we have stats on my goodness? The stats are absolutely staggering. I think that's what inspired me to really go down this line of questioning and research around, burnout is because when I first tried to understand what had happened to me when I had burnt down in spectacular fashion. I found that the stats were just so alarming and overwhelming and not enough. People were talking about, so for instance, Ipsos came out with a survey that said that five hundred thousand Canadians don't show up to work every week because of some sort of stress. Rated challenges. Another one is the world other organization has classified in two thousand fourteen that stresses the health epidemic of the twenty first century check this one out. So in China today, sixteen hundred people approximately are going to die because of overwork, which is mind boggling, when you think about it, the it's gotten so bad in some parts of the world day today, six hundred people die every single day and this was found in Bloomberg. I think four years ago, and it's so bad that they have words for it, so they have in China and I think in Japan, karoshi, and goulash z respectively, which translate to literally death by overwork wild. Do we know anything about what's at the root of phys increase in overwork leading to burn out? Let me go back to this. Have you ever experienced Bernard? Well, it's interesting because I would have said, yes, coming into this conversation, but listening to you put forward a fairly clinical definition of it. My kind of feel like I've never really gotten that far along steps. I mean like. I kind of alluded to everybody has weeks at their job when things get tough, and you get mad and, and it feels crummy coming into work. This is the best job I've ever had and still every once in a while. You're like, oh man. This is a lot, right? So that's why I'm fascinated by by Bernard in general. So I would have said two days ago, I would've said, yeah, I've been burnt out. And now that I've learned more, but we're not as I would say, probably not. And there are some cases, I think the one case that really inspired me to, to make this a big part of my life was the case of a gentleman by the name of air. It's more heart who was twenty one and died because of overwork he died as a result of a seizure. But that seizure was caused by chronic stress, the coroner's found, and he was the same age that I was feeling very pressured to work in a high pace fast environment of banking, I was working in the record in record time and reading his story made me realize that there's one potential ending for this way of overwork this way of living, your life out of balance that has fatal consequences. So you asked the question of what are the? Root causes of burnout that are happening in the workplace. So I have something from the Canadian mental Health Association over here. They say that some of the factors are laws absenteeism turnover and healthcare expenditures, but the root causes that when you get down to, like, what's truly causing this it's performance pressure. That's, that's, that's some total of fear of job. Redundancy variations in the economy and generally a feeling of not feeling like you're enough. Not feeling like you're enough. And I think this is a pervasive problem in just North America. But around the world where people don't feel like they're progressive enough fishing enough perfect enough satisfied enough innovative enough. And so you start to act out in ways that are unnatural, and then disruptor equilibrium. We hear a lot about the current generation Eleni owes but also boat, the generations coming after them, not having like full careers anymore, where you're able to start with one company and progress and move up. And you know eventually rise to management, and you're kind of secure, right? The gig economy is a term that gets thrown around how. How does that impact levels of burn out? And is that because none of the stuff that you just mentioned is applicable to people who are who are moving from one temp job, odd job, reviving job to the next. That's a great question. So actually, my Uber drive over here. I was talking with the driver and he was complaining about the fact that he's behind on a couple of payments, and that he can't get enough hours from Uber, and he can't get enough hours with lifts so on and so forth, and he's describing a very frenetic work environment that he's in that he's created for himself, or I shouldn't say that he's created for himself that he's found himself in rather. And that made me think about two factors that usually to burn out. I as a frequency of stress in your life. And Secondly is the impact of stress in your life. And so when I was going through it, I had to ask myself the question of how can I reduce the frequency of stressors in my life, and how can I increase my resistance to the impact to, to

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"eleni" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Morning. Everybody is the J envy. Angela Yee Charlemagne guy, we oughta breakfast club. You got a positive note, do man, I just wanna tell everybody it is meant to help awareness month. And I want everybody to be very aware of that mental health, I want to invest in them into wealth, and I want anybody out there, that's going through something to know you will emerge from this nightmare like the powerful beautiful resilient person that you are. It could be hard to remember this. When you feel like a shell of the person, you were, but trust me, you are capable of, overcoming so much more than you think. You can't breakfast club. Y'all. I said. Just. Getting no resume too Eleni a better way to mega wins that of a meditative mutter wins again. Always on your mind. I have land on the and then limit went on my show. Mike von appointed at the right, right. So even now. Guess text me. That name. And again team Davidge carrots..

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"eleni" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You know, cashflow really probably isn't the solution except for those little cash flow to get that gym membership up going in. And and nobody's ever said that a diet is cheap. It's usually to eat good food usually costs a little bit more money. So cashflow does tie into almost everything we really say. But so when we're looking at setting the goals New Year's resolutions as far as what we wanted to accomplish. And I know it's not New Year's right now. But we set these goals, we always want to change. We always want to add always wanna have this. We always want to have that. It is a meeting how often it ties back to well. Then we need a little more cash flow. And I love what you were saying that last one it's not all about just going and getting another job. And that is one of the first kind of natural axes. Let's go get another job. But nothing about this. And I know we're on the radio. So it's hard for you guys to interact with us right now. But just for fun. Go ahead and raise your hand. If you hate your job, right? Most the hands went up right now. And most people that we talked to like, yeah. I don't really really love my job. I wish I was doing something else. Well, then why is the natural solution to go to? Let's get another one of these miserable situations to add to our life. Right. Let's talk about cash flow, and how cash flow can be a source of freedom for somebody. Because it really is that quality time in our life. That really we we we want more of an adding in a second job to be the the, quote, unquote, income solution ends up being something that just seems detrimental to our overall health and our overall mental wellbeing, and one of the things we've got this new generation coming up, and there's always so many like interesting things that we say about them. Eleni? Right. It's like, oh, this millennials. The one thing that the millennials got figured out that I love about that generation. They're all about life experiences and doing whatever it takes to make sure they have that those life experiences that they want rather than you know, generations past. It's been all have fun when I'm seventy I don't wanna worry about having fun right now. All fun when I'm seventy now when you start thinking about it, though, it starts being fairly counterintuitive to say, I'm going to have fun when I'm seventy it's not there's anything wrong with when you're seventy but you're probably not in a situation where you can go rock, climbing, zip or zip lining or something like that. Like, you are when you're in your twenties, and there's all these other things that you can't experience. But no matter how old we are. No matter how young we are it all ties back to having the cash flow to be able to go out and do that. But these are some of the issues that I've heard over and over especially when somebody gets into the retirement age, they say, you know, one of the problems that I have is they say one of the problems, I have is I spent all my health trying to generate wealth, and now I'm spending all of my wealth trying to preserve. Help that kind of reminds me of old joke when the guys young he said he was tough and ruthless. When it gets older, he's roughened toothless. But I think at this point right now, if you're looking back at concert of jobs, let's just do the whole iterative. How this comes about? Right. We want to get out of school. We're told our whole lives. I'm gonna show you you're gonna finish my sentence. Ready? We go to school to get good. What grade get good grades? Go to a good. What school you go to school? You got a good. What wife? Well. Job. He's got a good job. You make a lot of what money. That's how we've been conditioned. Our whole lives to.

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"eleni" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Hey, we got Tracy joining us from family. Feeder supply, first of all I got to say, thank you. Because it seems like everybody a feeder supply knows exactly the right answer. Eleni had ACL surgery. I went in. And I said, look, I gotta have something to keep an eighty five pound working toy drive shepherd busy, and they did it. It was the chief the impossible. So I got a thank you and the crew down at feeder supply. Well, here's my question. And I don't know how you do this and accomplish this, but my entire life growing up you walked in pet shop it smelt like a pet shop. You. And for most reasons in the seventies and eighties. They were smelly rise Cadillac. Wow. You know, this is a pet shop. Feeder supply, you cannot tell. Walk in it, smells like target. I don't know how that works. I don't know how you all have accomplished that. That's because you feed your pets better food that even goes with small animals, they're gonna smell better. They're gonna fart a better gather their farts phone smell us. Here's the thing. You know, you hit on something on nutrition. They're like nutrition experts. But you gotta seriously do specialize nutritious is our passion. Because when when l'amico God is dog comes up. There's something wrong with him every other day. It seems like we've found out. He was gluten peanut kid wanting to feeder supply, and they had exactly he's a helicopter parent. Well, yes, I am. Thank you. But I wanna talk to you about a couple of things that are coming up number one. Save the date for this Saturday because I'm gonna.

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"eleni" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Somewhere in time Nike goes from January nineteen ninety dollars. Well, that was a productive break. Now, I have decided that the press is going to make me into the the bad guy this year because I talk so much about Eleni related stuff that I am going to help them in their drive to crucify me. And so in that regard. I have now posted on my webcam a picture of. Millennium master. I did that in the last few minutes. If you want the official, here's how to get art bell in trouble millennium master picture to be accompanied by any articles, accusing me of being a millennium cultist. This will be this'll be it. So those of you in the press better rush up there and get this picture on my studio Cam quickly. Because I'm not sure how long I'm going to leave it leave it there. So I be like your file picture. Something that would be just right to write a hit piece about the. See how hopeful I am. On my studio Cam right now. Valencia master bell. God I love radio Michael to roll. We'll be right back. And we've got a lot of very serious stuff to talk about. Message and data.

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"eleni" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Here networks presents art bell somewhere in time goes from January nineteen ninety dollars. Well that was productive break. Now. I have decided that the press is going to make me into the the bad guy this year because I talk so much about Eleni related stuff that I am going to help them in their drive to crucify me. And so in that regard. I have now posted on my webcam a picture of. Millennium master. I did that in the last few minutes of if you want the official, here's how to get art bell in trouble millennium master picture to be accompanied by any articles accusing me of being a millennium cultist. This will be this'll be it. So those of you in the press better rush up there and get this picture on my studio Cam quickly. I'm not sure how long I'm going to leave leave it there. So I be like your file picture. Something that would be just right to write a hit piece about. Helpful. I am. On my studio Cam right now. Linnea master bell. God I love radio Michael to roll. We'll be right back. And we've got a lot of very serious stuff to talk about. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..

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"eleni" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on WLAC

"Costa goes from January six nineteen ninety. Well, that was a productive break. Now. I have decided that the press is going to make me into the the bad guy this year because I talk so much about Eleni related stuff that I am going to help them in their drive to crucify me. And so in that regard. I have now posted on my webcam a picture of. Millennium master. I did that in the last few minutes off if you want the official, here's how to get art bell in trouble millennium master picture to be accompanied by any articles accusing me of being a millennium cultist. This will be this'll be it. So those of you in the press better rush up there and get this picture on my studio Cam quickly. Because I'm not sure how long I'm going to leave it leave it there. Be like your file picture. Something that would be just right to write a piece about. See how helpful I am. On my studio Cam right now. Millennium master bell. God I love radio Michael to roll. We'll be right back. And we've got a lot of very serious stuff to talk about. Message and data rates.

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"eleni" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Hygiene. Dan is going to tell us a little bit about growing up. I was actually born here. My mom is from a small town Mexico. What is? US resident you get the mic closer to her. And I can hear saliva while she's talking and raised in the communist worry about being raised in Jefferson area. Yeah. But she just said her dad was a US citizen, married her mom and made her citizen. Yeah. Meaning they did this legal. This is not the story of someone who ran across the border. He's not he's actually I hate to use the term cell phone, but it might be a cell phone unless they weren't really in love the less whole. She saying the whole thing was a scam or. I. Wasn't a shampoo is a real marriage. And that's the that's legal. So I would say just overarching problem with this being in the dental office that is my number one least favorite place to be. I am two years overdue to go to the dentist. But I don't want to you. Because you hear that machine in the background is breathing and saliva. It was the water sucker. Why don't you like some more technical term for it? It's just you got draw on your mouth it suck in. You're trying to prevent it though. You sound like you'd rather drooled also creates more. He does. All right. No. He's trying to he's your points about trend fundraise money. He's also trying to look approachable likable. Beta Aurora is talking to you at the dental office. It's like, no if you were really relatable and likable, you know. Nobody wants to talk their number one number two. I am Eleni all and I'm sick of this Alexandria Cossio. Ted. He writing new party who dislike I love me. Gms. I'm on Instagram for means. I'm a millennial. Yeah. Explain. You leaders party? It was Joe Lieberman said that she should not be the leader of the Democratic Party. And then she tweeted out his comment. And what was the thing? She said new party who this who Jimmy bothers me because like what they're trying to do. And this is what I was. I was trying to earlier is they are trying to look more relatable. Like, hey, I'm just like one of you. But the reality is I don't want one of me running. You weren't supposed to be like me. It was acknowledged that you like more money in your.

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"eleni" Discussed on X96

X96

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on X96

"In this social media challenges any common sense at all. The lacking. Challenge. Where are you supposed to brandish your gun at someone and then they're they're packing? They brandish back. See their packages. I don't need to see if. Well, that's because you don't pack. I guess if you were a Packer known if you were a Packer, you'd know. And in this case somebody. Got shot and killed. It's bound to happen. Boehner candidate number two. So wait, the two of you had death close. I want to know what the death clothes are some loose-fitting comfy. You know, prepare to meet your maker put on your debt clothes and then boater candidate number three. Oh my gosh. She had fun dancing adorable with high school friends. This is all you've got on on on. Well, even even if it's not all that God that they think that this is damning this humanized her this. This may people go. He's. And again, I don't know what you guys are. So afraid of with her. Well, she's all the right? It's just they're they're they're just constantly handles the criticism beautifully. She doesn't attack back. She just kind like, get whatever. Yeah. Yes. And whatever. Care. She. Yeah. She's pretty good. I I it's like that aditorial that I can saw and I mentioned sometime ago. Go ahead Eleni Molyneux's just sweep us all the way. Please. It's time sweep us away return. I don't understand this message from the producers booth because really. Because the count was initially that you sent me right number one had one, right? But we sent you that number three had one because up until the last minute. I see what you do number three was in the lead. But it did not actually in fact, when I know the numbers here say that number one at one, right? But it got it. It started to spread even further. Okay. So anyway, number one. What's lacking is the social? There.

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"eleni" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"eleni" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Bolsonaro everything that's on your demographic profile says that you shouldn't? And she says he's the only one that used the name of God in his campaign. And I think that that was the truth for a lot of. Joining voters reporter, Shannon SIMS in Rio de Janeiro on day, one of the new presidency of gyroscopes Amato. Thank you. Thanks so much among the changes that J Wilson auto has promised to bring to Brazil is an end to same sex marriage. It's been legal in Brazil since twenty thirteen in the run-up to today's inauguration. There's been a surge in same sex marriages. They're Carleen is not the an Leany forgo are among the many couples that rushed to tie the knot. I spoke with them from their home in Sao Paulo earlier today Eleni told me that got married in early December. We're planning to get married, but we here yet because of the elections, and that we need embassy scenario nod Justice, but a lot of couples got marriage. I'm curious how did you to meet we met my friend three years ago? He told that I was perfect to totaling in. And so that turned out to be true. Yes. Alenia? I wanted to ask you a question. And if you could ask it to caroliina, and she could answer in Portuguese than you can translate for for us. Okay. Legal experts seem to believe that Bolsonaro will end same sex marriage. How worried are you that that will happen? I think they meant educate. Go says you have to go home. Epic in overdose. He will cheat or you know, because a maintenance this'll miserable sex. Okay. I'm afraid because today gay marriage is legal, but it can turns illegal. So we got carriage up. This. I understand Alenia wanted to ask you have you felt any difference in the way you and other people in the LGBTQ community have been treated since both Sinato launched his presidential campaign or since he was elected. Yes, what I talk with Colina is that sometimes we are frayed just Walkin together with our hands or keys one another in be attacked because of debt so you walk together. But you don't hold hands. No. We we hold hands. But sometimes afraid we thought that at did. Head finished and after days. Things were getting better in Brazil in terms of the the rights and freedom of gay and lesbian people in Brazil. And now things feel like it's getting worse. Yeah. Exactly. Is both on auto and the new kind of renewed anti-gay climate in Brazil is it is it affecting where you want to live in the future or or whether you're going to have kids. Yes, we playing to living orca go you're moving to Portugal. Yeah. Language, the same in is not Brazil. Did you decide to move to Portugal after Belson auto was elected? We were thinking about the now is almost affect. We know how things can get changed here in. We are planning to do this. I've been speaking to aleni full gal. She and curling sonata got married there. Among many gay couples in Brazil who rushed to the altar before Bolsonaro took office today. The new Brazilian president has promised to end gay marriage in the country. Thank you both in best of luck. Thank you, very much was a pleasure. Thank you so much..

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Monopoly for Millennials: Angry Millennials React on Twitter

Red Eye Radio

01:15 min | 4 years ago

Monopoly for Millennials: Angry Millennials React on Twitter

"Just in time for the holidays Hasbro has released monopoly for millennials really the game where you're encouraged to take a break from the rat race. Because adulting is our two. Okay. Money doesn't always buy a great time, but experiences whether they're good or weird latte or last forever. The monopoly from Eleni games celebrates just that instead of collecting as much cast as possible. Monopoly for millennials. Yeah. Players are challenged to rack up. The most experiences to win travel around the game board discovering and visiting cool places to eat shop and relax interact with other players via chance and community. Chest cards, which are super relatable and players. Don't pay rent. They visit one another earning more experience points. Visit one another where in the park where they live. This board game is a great way to bring fun and a relaxed vibe to a party or casual get together. That's right. There's no rent to pay no real estate to buy because as it says in the front of the box forget real estate. You can't afford.

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Chile's bishops resign en masse over sex abuse cover-up

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Chile's bishops resign en masse over sex abuse cover-up

"Wbz news time eight eighteen right now we have fifty six degrees cloudy skies in boston expect more of the same really for the rest of the day you're on cape cod of the south coast you could deal with some fog this morning as well davis wbz news our top stories police in heber looking into the drive by shooting death of a twenty year old man overnight nike cologne was a front seat passenger and a pickup truck police say he was shot by someone in a passing vehicle kensington palace has prince charles will walk meghan markle down the aisle in her much anticipated wedding to prince harry tomorrow and police say a man shouting about donald trump entered the president self florida golf course overnight draped a flag over lobby counter and exchanged fire with police before being arrested when police officer was hurt in that may lay in other news pope francis condemning bishops and chile for the way they handled sex assault allegations in their diocese francis has been meeting with the bishops of chile in the vatican this week to discuss clerical sex abuse in their country in a document to them the pope accused the bishops of destroying evidence of sex crimes he said the bishops pressured turks lawyers to minimize accusations adding they were seriously negligence in protecting children from pedophile priests sabina castle franco cbs news rome more grisly testimony from a former rhode island mobster who allegedly did cadillac frank salamis dirty work salami accused of killing a boston nightclub owner twentyfive years ago wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports joe deluca was cross examined about his testimony that he buried the body on salamis orders deluca told defense attorneys he took his nephew with him when he went back to dig up the body of stephen dasaro several days after burying the channel nightclub owner behind an old mill in providence deluca testified he forgot to remove the blue tarp wrapped around the body and frank eleni was concerned it had fingerprints all over it so we've dug up the body removed the tarp and threw it in a dumpster deluca told jurors he never used dilemmas name in connection with a burial one of salamis attorneys asked to if he was hoping his cooperation with the government with spare his brother bobby another former mobster a lengthy prison sentence he replied i'd love to have that shore lobby will be testifying at a later date kim tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten.

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