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"hannah casey" Discussed on George Ezra & Friends

George Ezra & Friends

07:17 min | 6 months ago

"hannah casey" Discussed on George Ezra & Friends

"Of seventeen eighteen. You're coming over to london so crazy. What do you think you'll drive is like. That's the first one asked me not outside my family. I think i'm not questioning. No it's a good way. That's no it's cool to be all start My drive okay while this is going to be really cheesy. Please stop me if it's too bad for the listeners. Forgive me but if you think oh life as a really big curiosity weird thing why the hell are we even don't hear some does. That's just a bit. You know when you look at yourself new. I remember growing up like looking at my fingers. Like isn't it a bit weird then my brain and my feelings are connected to this body when we think i want to give. Why aren't behind dot. If i wanted to pull it just happens. How weird is not how it is. Missed alone here everyone listening arrays to that and get yourself in the mirror. Sometimes i you are a human being this the exact same thing and i think the fuck all you love what is going on like the meaning of wiedeman away and i think the drive if i can stay busy with having big emissions for my career also have fun doing it. I'm not. I'm not crazy just emissions but makes a bit more coal about doing this little thing called life combing in some way and i think it's fun working but like homework all the time i know that and that's in that's a balance i'm still trying to find is thought sale. Everything and i feel so bad whenever i have to say no to stuff. It's really hard for me. But i know it's important and i'm just doing the best for my for myself in the whole team by saying no to things went up hunting off like maybe i still haven't found that balance and essentially that's touched on early. Just go go. Go until i burn out and it's really too clever way of doing it. But yeah that's the perfect answer. You are listening to georgia's and friends legendary tales from we'll i can tell a life in music brings a lot. You know it brings so much. And as i'm looking back on this in twenty twenty. There's just so much to be grateful for. And i really mean that you know i've spoken about. I've spoken about mental health over the last few years and i've spoken about in tech on other podcasts. And especially a weekly podcast. I have with defense of mine. Lovely man all. It's called phone a friend that podcast and we just phone each other up to check in catch up. We've emily's he's funny isn't it. You'd say someone show about mental health. And i think that's a bit like how to mend. The fact is that does put some people off but it's as if the mental aspect of the show is promoted in every word that we say as we talk to each other. It's just the notion of picking up the phone and talking to people that you know and love. That's a big help you know it's not. It won't solve everything in my experiences. Dumb made a world of good. And i hope office shed hope about how to get things through things and i hope you can enjoy it and just check it out. What i'd like your phone. A friend with georgia's early in asia and the reason that was an app point there for me to mention that podcast was because i was so grateful for hannah read from london grammar my talk with hannah. Casey started to talk to me very eloquently and honestly about her experiences and she was just honest about the impact. Long touring and being away from home. You know we've had that this year away from the ones we love and how much we rely on our support network and and he's easy to take that for granted just trying to find your way in a very strange world of being on the vote and yet thank you hannah. Thank you mentioned. Half years cited by the time. I mean we had like a. We had a gap in between Just before the very last because we had to reschedule a whole bunch stuff but so it was it was two years but two and a half years including then the sort of added american told the we have to move two and a half years. It was i mean it was amazing. Like of course. It's the best thing that could ever happen to us. But yeah we were really young at the time and we got pretty tired at the end and we did have to counsel stop. Because i had like muscular slipped damage. My voice and stuff like that and me and dan in particular have quite bad stage. Fry i'm the worst dan blessing. He's he's he's. I mean he's much better than me but he has a bit too and so it got to a point where suddenly i just kind of. Basically i didn't get a plane i was meant to get on. Oh ya yeah. Oh yeah it's quite. It's quite the story so where you were supposed to go to the play. Yeah yeah yep i had. I mean basically for miami portland dot will. They've had to put up the years can't even imagine. I've always been quite nervous. That of introverted autism just tend to be think really often already anyway. The the stage fright got me lows at the beginning. Because i've never i. I've never really gotten up in front of lots of people in my life and then i kind of started to get used to it. I got better and better. But the kraus's got bigger and bigger and then suddenly. I just kind of hit this wall and i suddenly got worse and worse and worse and the worst anxiety got the more exhaust lie became and then i started to lose my voice hud. Read about your anxiety to find it really interesting in my life. I've never really felt anxiety until we finish tori. I think that it feels to me. People are more willing to talk about. I really appreciate it reading what you had spoken about. It by didn't what was different to me was the fact that you had been feeling it walston tool do you think it was hall pa induced just by the lack of escape from it..

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"hannah casey" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

Grit Unlocked Audiobook

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"hannah casey" Discussed on Grit Unlocked Audiobook

"When it comes to brands with legacy and a strong origin story. We must also look to the real estate dynasty of howard hamma howard hanna real estate services as it stands. Today is the largest independent real estate brokerage firm in the country. helen hannah. Casey attributes the success of her multi generational company to not just exploring new solutions. But making sure to listen to the entire family the family of companies agents partners and loyal clients. Who make up howard. Hanna real estate services. The generational impact of many voices. A lesson by helen. Hannah casey i truly believe the reason. We have not only survived for more than sixty years but grown and thrived through many different issues beyond our control has been because we've listened explored an innovated and.

"hannah casey" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"hannah casey" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"There was sort of a lot of things going on. There were rumors being thrown around and things being said for my part. I felt like I actually did something to save myself. The SORTA just made a house like Oh hoppy hitting it's Friday okay cool like I looked very very passive but on the morning of the day I don't remember exactly there was a time where all the guys except for myself and daisy all went off to the weld together for something on it. I don't know what they ended up doing. It was myself and Laura Semi Sammy Hannah Casey and Sarah all in the shelter together and solve as it happened. I remember Laura saying like Oh looks like the the week off of the tribes altogether and I was told reformed sort of compensation six and saying look we can will stick together and make sure that one of us doesn't go go home for us. It doesn't have to be a week physical person who goes home. I and I'm like shallow. That's like that sounds pretty good like who thinking that we could go for like we can all work together and make sure this. This is one of us. Who are you thinking trying to get sort of put a name that she wanted out. There and I don't think she ever really committed to nine but I had enough that I saw told soul and that she wanted a stronger person going. I told Andy I told John I think sorry I just tried to slow the spread that word around a bit and for me that was me trying to get myself off off the Baldwin putting Laura squarely on the making her a target but that didn't make for whatever reason yeah I mean obviously we see most of your stuff happening and the ad council what kind of lowering to try but I'm as you said this stuff happening back the beach and Harry Andy from what its showed. You also want to save eighty. Why do you think they were so gung. Ho about saving you well. I think it's tough to say the homeless question for them in a way but otherwise who is just someone who was someone quite malleable potentially someone that could work within the future again. This is only a day five points. I may be the the Shaun Daisy in in Harry. Semi dichotomy hadn't really settled in yet so still but wherever it was sitting like I remember at one point. I thought maybe this guy's GonNa work together and then maybe days it would be a seven to have a majority that obviously didn't end up handing ass or it's really hard to know what Harry Andy exactly thinking but I do remember that uh-huh. I've talked to Harry to go back and he said that made him aware that Laura will someone who is probably playing harder than I was which I guess helped me in the bovine tend to but it did do something yeah I mean. You're playing hard then to put her name out there but it's good that you could put that perception out there but it was shown to have. Mattie openly gone for you even though you're saying that she want someone who's strong out there and he was. I think pretty vocal about it. What was it like. Is being put on blast like that by him. Yeah well. It's getting he never said that directly to me. So I'm sort of like I'm trying to figure out what's going on and everything gets lower years law and I'm okay with WHO like who's lower voting for and they're like and then I'm like law. That doesn't doesn't sound good and then Harry eventually told me that Laura Sarah and I'm like I don't believe that so I sold it definitely a bit of a rumbling that something can happen and nothing mutual the end that might be votto to going my way from Laura. Sorry end whoever else which I was like. Oh as long as I'm going going but it's it can be often knows what's going on. I think those even at one point a rumor that she tests. I think someone one started a rumor about Sean promising final three to I think it was dainty and Casey and that rumors started spreading with Dr. Some point is shown was happy about that and I Tehrik came to this day so I don't know how that happened in whether it was on helps me in any way but it's going on that I wasn't aware of and didn't make the editor either. Yeah I mean this is probably a question as for the other contenders who are not getting on the deep dive and so we really need you to be able to give us yeah but did you think that it was close like. Do you think there was a real China's sale you you you were. Deanna name but it was always going to be Laura. I think it was always going to be Laura like I don't think anyone unchanged the vote that tribal. I know my little state about Indian devoted. Just play Gatorade Tom. I think everyone's mind set and I have instead of that trouble. I made the point that that is I want to keep the tribe strong and there are people here who want to vote out stronger players. I made that very clear so I hope that would at least remind people that yes maybe maybe lowers the vote to go for then me yeah but the species pretty impactful like even if you weren't even think Mattia said Poche shows that really resonated with him energy weapons you for future. Did you kind of feel that shift happening a camp yeah so this little as we go back trouble. I remember both Shawn and Maddy on payments optime indigent that what you said back then and a lot's maids really cool. You're doing this and that was really nice of them to do that like I didn't have to especially for Mac so I hadn't worked with as much at at that point. It was really good of them to actually take time to say that to make so it changed some people's perceptions of me I guess but again it didn't really get tested in a nicer way because of this on the next few times has ended up going yeah. I mean 'cause you guys are going to go new. Never going back to council you. You lose all or was that you win only meeting. Chinese do that one terrible book. What did you get off the bar my brother terrible. I wasn't big day for me because obviously to that point we'd had add watt or challenges three them abroad base so obviously. I've been useless Magilla based on which was the obstacles as a fist immediately challenge. I did okay but I wasn't like amazing these main so I was sort of looking for that moment to demonstrate though I am useful in challenges that came that day with the running challenge I think I surprised quite a few people on both tries in on that day which is really cool to do because I haven't done it competitively in quite a while but I did do so five I said growing up so I'm very used to running around in the water and I think that did help me on that day so that also a challenge that I was actually really happy with roasted in tackle me which thank goodness he did he would across space somberly glad. I got that chance to sort of that. I was useful in challenges. I think that more than anything change as people's perceptions I think Matt in particular story that I could actually be something useful in challenges so that was a really big for me personally to get that on sort of out coconut candy useful at things. I learned from that day online. If you have any solos thank you have to earn it myself so much the first few days which probably contributed to me being on the chopping hoping blocked energy center the beans so I learned a few things very quickly in that time yet no such an inspiring women on the show as well because it was like it was right after the speech which I think and then you come back and win the challenge from what we see from the edit and it was just like it was great to watch. It's just shame that it was for the bucks of crap like you think the boxes. That's a nice way to put it so so I ended up doing whoa 'cause don't oversee this data prizes and I think he was probably I the other thing was carried the box out of that challenge and I think that was the tribe recognizing that hi I'm surprised and sort of helped in that challenge that was really nice in that way you tango hang on notre within here by some anyways dishing out of the things I think maybe he was looking at me a little bit I mean obviously it's things but he didn't such joy of your way that it didn't really matter what ended up doing I think when he did high-heeled across launch in his hands on sort of raise my eyebrows browse and he's like yeah okay you cannot that one. That was really cool and I'm very happy with what I lost in the end. He's doing that most of the stuff. We got ended up being taken away pretty quickly. So that was kind of disappointing taken you can way so most of the items were limited to twenty four hours. I'd box time-limited craft and I think the only the things that way that you've got to keep long-term where the the pillow the blanket and the soil and when you found that out after we statal the prizes are that was a bit of Obama's this stuff like the hairbrush the tweezers which I'm sure I'm so needed so desperately. Just we sort of the next year. We didn't hold onto them for long. I'm sorry away. It was sort of a box of of not much but still it was nice to have a little moment. At least we'll go to Sharon. Some former would think if it was like knowing that they took the rewards. Soleil is just the weed thing and it did it did inspire something sort of logical suggest thoughts. I remember at one point. Oh I didn't see Harry opened that Boris Life on earth. Does something else sitting in their little things. Sneak into your mind so it definitely had issues. I guess in terms of making the article on Yeah Okay so you're GonNa win only challenges so it's hard to ask questions about like fast span of time where we just absolutely this was a good what ten days we're just chilling on the beach almost literally seeing around the fire at night. She knows what are we. What are we missing here. You know yeah yeah well again like I said before this sort of Split ended up occurring with Sean on one side and on the other but I definitely remember feeling like myself myself. Sarah and Hannah were on the bottom that makes sense in terms of I'm physicality so I remember one point trying to. They had a few tasks with both hands about trying to make sure it wasn't any of US ended up going next if we do go to tribal pool SWAT which Elvis didn't but I think it was the first time I tried to until a line. I didn't do a good job of it. It'll wasn't lie. I think actually two that I had with Harry because Harry was trying to get me go for what Hannah but at the same time pretty show was trying to get handed to go from me. I tried to keep that from her and I think red into space and spluttered and Stanford and it didn't go well Ed. I'm so glad that she didn't make a big impact in the end. We should have known that if you're GONNA have plans with the contend to women. It wasn't gonNA make the oil. You're embarrassing stuff there. That's a good point..

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"hannah casey" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"hannah casey" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"It's unclear why he shot and killed killed three people and injured so many more David will car on the story all week will thank you next tonight. The case making national headlines The wife who suspected her husband was trying to kill her she installed cameras and what she discovered and tonight the new outrage over his sentence. Here's A._B._C.'s Clayton Sandell now tonight. Outrage over the punishment given to Brian Kozlowski Lonski seen here spiking his wife coffee with sleeping pills Kazlauskas. Now ex wife says she installed the camera after the strange brew made her so drowsy. She nearly crashed crashed her car poisoning. I believe this with attempted murder. Brian Kozlowski admits he regrettably placed over the counter sleeping AIDS in the coffee. He says he did it to make her too tired to run around all night claiming she was cheating. He says he's now seeing a psychotherapist for treatment. Give Comores not apparent remorse enough to convince judge Anthony Viviana to sentence because Lonski to just sixty days in jail and he can serve that time on weekends his his attorney says it's fair fashioned a sentence at took all of those factors into consideration but prosecutors say he should have gotten fifteen years. This is not the kind Hannah Casey you kind of break. This is the kind of case hammer somebody judge. Viviana is not commenting on his sentence prosecutors say they will appeal David Clinton. Thank you the artist artist. A SOP rocky is on his way home from Sweden tonight pending a verdict in his assault trial the rapper leaving court after a month in jail and a three day trial he and two members of his entourage were arrested for this streetfight captured on video obtained by T._M._Z.. He claimed he acted in self defense. The verdict is now expected on August fourteenth. President trump gave his support. It'd be effort effort to free the artist and we are monitoring the images coming in from Puerto Rico at this hour. The governor has now stepped down today in hours after the House confirmed him as Secretary of State Pedro Pierluisi became the new governor of Puerto Rico. He takes over for Governor Ricardo Rodeo who resigned after weeks of protests ignited by a scandal involving leaked chat messages. There is still much more ahead on world news tonight this Friday that recall tonight involving a popular brand From his watch explaining where he was trapped under the rubble the alarming number of sharks now spotted and tonight the beaches closed in the northeast right at the peak of vacation shouldn't season and you're not gonNA believe this mid air scare on board this flight to Newark. That's a bath suddenly flying through the cabin. You can see a flight attendant running passenger hiding in.

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"hannah casey" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

15:21 min | 2 years ago

"hannah casey" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"You know it's funny. I I realized the other day that I used to always use oil of Olay under cream like literally from the age of twelve I would not as a kid mazing serve me pretty well and so yeah I washed my face. I would never go to bed with makeup on it. Just doesn't even occur to me but I still love. I I watched tutorials. I love figuring out what I can. Can you know what I can do with my eyes. I curl my lashes every day. You know little things and they make a big difference. I always wear Mascara. I'm not a big lipstick where I love just lip treatments because I was dry lips but I'm not I don't wear return of lipstick. I'm more of an eye personal person and I like. I like natural like I don't. I always want someone I always think real beauty of makeup for me is when you enhance someone and they still they look like themselves but the best version of themselves and I feel the same way about fashion I mean I love a great dress but I think the most beautiful dresses from your always the ones that make the person look great and and I'm the same way but beauty so did you ever think that you would be co founder of Beauty Company and launch this kind of product line. No definitely didn't and it's funny because I think as you get older you start to look back. <hes> you know it was funny when I first started to you definitely always have this kind of imposter syndrome where you're kind of thinking like am I really the one who should be founding this company you know and and then you realize that there's so much in your life that you've done. That's led you to this moment and that it all really makes sense. You know that it always meant to be and that a lot of the things you've you've seen and you've learned and somebody loves interiors and design architecture and and all of that suddenly comes together and it really makes sense that you needed to learn all those things to be able to do what you do. You know what I'm doing with best deeds and what is your role in the company right so I'm the CO founder Frederick and I really work on re tiny company so we do design together. We do product development together and we have a team. That's amazing too so it's not like I'm you know doing it all on my own on the kitchen table. I think I'm more visual visual and much more. I love the whole packaging side of it the the campaigns but I'm but I'm also very central. I love the sense I love coming up with things that inspire us and then Frederick is he's an amazing. I mean is a very creative mind too but he's a great businessman so he's much terrible at numbers bullet. Frederick kyw has is a great brand so you're going to be excited because he's actually reworking his shampoo right now and because he sold his company ten years ago right bought it back and so he's kind of really working on his formulations because there's so many exciting new things that have happened so he's always just one of those people who's always looking for the next technology and you know. How can you do better I mean he was? He's so much about nature and that's also why we created by Steve. Is You know how can we be as good as we possibly can be to nature and he wants to bring more of that Intifada Guy Because he's been away for ten years so I think that's really it so fa. Cai is amazing but he he there's just so much more war. We can do with formulations now than we ten years ago and and he just really wants to bring those products up to speed so you'll be excited. There's going to be a lot of the formulations are super clean but effective like still as really in this day and age and I like like that a lot of heritage brands and brands that we love and no are getting on board and adopting adopting and shifting with the Times so if you love the brand and you like that experience you're going to get the same kind of brand experience with a more updated modern approach to beauty right and I find that with both with Stephen for Kyw like if you if you really take nature and the Earth as your as your focus then you're automatically radically GonNa create things that are good for you so that's what's really interesting so we're kind of taking the focus away from all this kind of and there's so much talk right now about what's natural. What's not natural? I think a lot of times when we were also making fragrance really figured out sometimes the synthetic attic which are people think that's bad. Synthetic fragrance is awesome and a lot of times it actually keeps people from having allergic reactions to certain things so I think he really just have to be doing the best you can for nature right and if you are are creating something synthetic that it's not hurtful to nature and then you're automatically going to make something that's great for you. I know there's something new and exciting. That's happening with Bastide very exciting so we are developing our new skin care which is really exciting and it's not like with all of our products. We never just WANNA come out with something for the purpose of coming out. It's really what we were inspired by is the way women live in Provence and that they're so good to their skin and they really take care to live in harmony. any with nature and that the us nature when they're making their product so big part of our heritage has always been kind of making making things yourself making little masks and so we're coming out with this amazing mask that comes from the clay of u._c._l._a. which is a region in provence and i'm sure you've scene photos of these beautiful red rocks oats red clay that comes from zeon and it's an amazing antioxidant it basically detox is your skin and it kind of allows for whatever you put on next to really penetrate the skin so it's a beautiful and the other thing that we wanted to do with his mask is a lot of times when you have a claim ask they're very drying and we really wanted to be for it to be moisture rich so that's kind of another part of our building our skin-care is that it's always about an ingredient from avon something that's amazingly strong strong and potent but then also always twisting it in a modern way so that it really works for us today because nobody wants to have a really drying mask but this way you're detoxing your skin and cleansing it but also really moisturizing so the mask is amazing and it's this beautiful pink color so it's really really nice and then the other skincare product that we have come up with is a an oil and it's actually called elixir do so number two and that's because first of all we really wanted to focus on face and dick o._t. and by decollete we can mean neck and and decorative because too many people don't pay attention to those both arts and then the other reason it's called dir is because we have two different sets of particles oils basically that very small molecules that penetrate the skin and really feed your skin and build the layers the lipids and collagen and then another layer that protects against pollution so it's a great way it's very easy face oil that you can kind of take with you and and used throughout the day and it really keeps it's moisturizing and and also protecting your skin so i love any smile anti-oxidants in amazing i mean if you look at we have an hazel nut oil there's hemp oil hempseed oil we have a tomato seed oil that we've found that's just amazing so it's really that part's been incredibly fun to kind of figure out what are all these ingredients and how can we really make nature incredibly potent and good for the skin and so now you're so you're so busy working and launching all these amazing products and also you have love to two children i have a stepson that's twenty-five alexander who's awesome he actually works with us to and then we have two kids frederick i have two kids together that are ten and seven there that's amazing with all these things happening in your life what are you doing to work out or what's your wellness routine if that was the other thing i think that what i feel very blessed and lucky that i'm able to kind of chart my path and i think that's another thing when you're when you're starting something something like this you have to really take care of yourself and i think one of those things is eating well and the other thing is is working out so i usually work out twice sometimes three times a week with an amazing trainer who's at the mark hotel his name is dan florez says he has a company called fiddling so he can he's awesome and i just basically do kind of jim workout at some interval training and then waits and then i do yoga once a week with my friend hannah casey and that's an it's dude at home which is really great that's great you haven't so i have my own yeah and then we always meditate a little bit the beginning and it's something that i've been doing i mean i've been doing yoga with her once a week for about ten years and she's taken me through so many different phases of my life being pregnant pregnant you know having children and and i slowly really yoga something that grows on you every minute i remember the first time i did yoga i was so bored i thought how how can anyone do this and the great thing about yoga is that it really the more you do it and they're repetition the more it starts to make sense and i think that also slowly leads you into meditation i wouldn't say that i'm an amazing meditators but i think it just really calms me it sends i you know i send waves of gratitude through my body and i think it makes me more peaceful and it also makes me more present and i've recently started breeding there's a great great book and of course i'm forgetting that the author but it's called the surrender experiment and it's about this guy who's a graduate student and he starts hearing in this voice that we all have in our head that that kind of doubtful voice that says you know you said something stupid or your you know you're dressed weird today you know this voice that i know all day and he heard that boys instead you know how am i going to silence that and he starts meditating and starts meditating might night and day and then he realizes that you can't really silence the voice that you have to accept it and he realizes that what he needs to do is surrender to life and he does the surrender experiment where he'd basically says sometimes life is going to throw things that you that you really don't wanna you too but maybe you're meant to do them and that book for me was very powerful because i thought you know what a better way to realize we are than to say you know we re tiny where these little grains of in a beautiful way we're grains of sand but we're let let go a little bit don't try to control everything you know i'm somebody who's who grew up somehow became a perfectionist and i think that this really helped me to kind of surrender and to say let me just do the best i can at this very moment with my kids with my work give all i can do but not beat myself up and not let that voice beat me up all the time that says you didn't do anything you know and you're in wash your hair today so so it's that combination i think of taking care of yourself also reading things that let you see life a little differently and.

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"hannah casey" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"hannah casey" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"So it's all a a lot of stone. It's very really really beautiful place and then yeah little by little we've kind of put together the collection we have everything from beautiful fragrances to a dry oil. That's my absolute favorite EPA. Don't so it's this amazing dry oil with a scent of dodgy which is a orange blossom that you can take to the beach and use in the winter so it's really great product and we also have shower gels and hand soap and hand cream and basically idea was to continue what the brand had been doing which is to work with local family businesses so that was something that was really important to Frederick he kind of saw the landscape change in Provence and he felt really sad that there were a lot of big companies coming in and kind of building one stop shop factories and that's not at all what what he wanted he really wanted to keep working with these family businesses where you know the money was always going back into formulations and making the product better instead of trying to make a quick buck so I mean I think we have two goals with Steve. One is to to really be good to the earth so we're very aware of you know we're not perfect by any means. We're small company so we do the best we can but we really are very where of packaging we try to do. Almost you know we do everything with paper. We have most of everything is in glass bottles battles. We actually the only bottle that we have right now. That's plastic is our shower gel and then just because when you're in the shower and it drops you can't have stuff so but even that bottle we've now sourced. I think it's ninety five percent recycled plastic so we're really we really dedicated to that and actually one of the artisans that we work with who makes our soft soap <unk> twix and she used to work for big companies and she was developing soaps for big companies and she realized that what she was making was so toxic and it was going back into the earth and so she said I'm just going to quit and I'm GonNa Start my own factory and I'm going to dedicate my life to making soaps that are made of olive oil and coconut oil and that have that go back into earth and a very natural way and don't hurt the earth so that's really something I think now when and people are looking at sunscreen and that it's polluting the oceans and killing off the sea life. It's really something that we have to think about so that's a big concern of ours. What was the first product that you started with or did you start with a few so we've had there's some products that that best use always been known for four? We make a a Cossio Resin Potpourri so it's basically crystals that are made of a resin of a tree they accustomed to treat and then they're infused with an oil of amber so you can put them in a beautiful dishes and keep them in your home in it smells really nice and it's so that's a very beautiful thing we kind of started with quite a few products at went like so. We have a body cream. We had this Aleppo tone. We have a bath oil bath salts that are from Kamara so there's a beautiful there the salt fields and Kamara which is where salt it comes from so we really look at every part of Paul's everything we love about it and find the ingredients that we love and then make the product based on the ingredient your products are so beautiful first of all the design and the packaging and the leibels thing was the big team effort. We've we mazing creative director. WHO's actually French shoes in New York? His name is piaggio window and he has a company called do things so he did all of our packaging and and we work with him for our campaign so we we're great team like we have a lot of amazing people bull. The combination of the fragrances that you use are so unique and so beautiful. I think that you know there's there's so much about smell that brings us back to places and I think so much of our beauty philosophy at best Dita's that when you feel feelgood and when you're relaxed you're much more beautiful so it's not just about what you put on your skin but also what you put in your your body how you how you nurture yourself and so what we wanted to do is create these little mini rituals that really give people peace he's and that make them more relaxed and beautiful so I think that that's really what we focus on when we do our sense and and all of them are inspired by different moments of experiences of being anyone who's ever been to provence and seeing the light there <hes> and the there's also promote sometimes can seem like it's kind of old school with lavender fields and not that they're not beautiful but it can sometimes feel a little dusty and the police that we live in that we see is so exciting and so magical and so art inspired to Picasso Painting in Provence for Longtime. He's actually buried very close to our house five minutes from our house Chateau Bovine Argh and they're planning on opening a new Picasso Museum in X. So we're also very inspired kind of by how pouvons let's you be creative and be at ease and we wanted to bring that feeling back into our products and also to people wherever they are you know so that when you're opening this shower gel in the morning like this is I feel excited to yes the products I love to and we have this amazing. New Fragrances called velvety sued which is actually really cute. I was telling my friend like I I want to fill my husband walking down the street wearing it because we actually both wear it but he gets stopped all the time really only people asking him what it is that he's wearing and it's like a parking garage. The parking attendant asked him that a woman asked like it was like it's appealing to all every person and that's actually a great example of where we really that you know this this thing that we have. When we walk out of her house in the morning and that that feeling of freshness like we really wanted to bring that into a fragrance so you kind of have the the top notes or are grapefruit and Italian orange trees and which are actually outside of our house and then as you walk down into the garden it's peonies and it's peppermint and it's been which has been a t and we use those leaves also to make tea and then the base note is like a very woody must key amber sent so kind of sexy and very Russian summary at the same time and that for us is pl- Avante so I think that we're always trying with every fragrance to kind of capture a moment to capture something that when you close your eyes you can go back and be at peace and but also feel sexy and right in the middle of understated but thank you I like that that is actually our new fragrance? The vendor sued and that actually just came out so where I think it's out for a week now we've been wearing it a little longer yeah and then the rotate like a perfume yes exactly it's an odor toilet also very inspired by by water so you see kind of the packaging as kind of more blue and because we have all these waters and fountains around the property and we have natural park right above us so the water runs down the mountain so it's it's it's a very summary Beautiful frigates and then also are dry oil is a is an orange blossom infused dry oil so that's that's the other product I was talking about. We actually in our first year out. We want an L. International L. Award word for our driveway which was exciting. <hes> smells amazing. Thank you thank you smell the I smell the grapefruit. It's great provinces of was excellent. Provence was the first place I visited in France. Wow and the people are just so oh wonderful in the countryside was beautiful and I can't even imagine it was twenty years ago I think so. I can't imagine how much developed no it hasn't changed that much. That's interesting thing very peaceful and they're sometimes we have that New York ORC impatience and we're waiting at the bakery and thinking. Why can't you just pay and get out you know so so you do tend to get a bit but yeah but people are relaxed and I think again that's part of the beauty of it and that's that it also makes you more beautiful if you can learn to relax if by this great yoga and she's actually a great friend and he was Hannah Casey and she's a yoga instructor and she's like one of the Best I've ever ever seen and she always says to me smile inside and send waves of gratitude a tooth through your body and I always keep that in mind when we're designing and thinking of new products and because that's the feeling you should have so I think that beauty has to strengthen your and it's really muscle memory? You know if you can remember to be kind to yourself itself and to send positive vibes through your body and sometimes I think smelling something and being in a happy moment and taking a shower with great very natural body wash can bring you those moments so I think it's yeah I mean they're science behind <unk> how sense affect your body and stress levels especially grapefruit and peppermint and all of those sort of essences. I've definitely read a lot about that in the world of essential oils and aggravate on yeah exactly yeah so it's definitely French. You know that's another thing you realize they've been doing it forever. I'm we're now starting to work on beauty and I was really inspired by the way Frenchwomen just like they eat seasonally and they really know which fruits and vegetables Dida which moment they you do the same thing with their skin and you realize I think in America we've kind of have this idea that we have to eat berries every single day and we have to kind of do the same thing every day and and the whole point is that maybe you don't need to eat fruit every single day. Moving need a little bit more in the summer little less in the winter and you're gonNA eat other things in your body doesn't need exactly the same thing every day and it's the same thing with skincare and also really looking to the nature around you for earth things that work in that are powerful and that back that protect your skin and build your skin instead of constantly aggressing it. I think that that's another big difference that I notices that America people tend to kind of want to burn their skin or you know or laser it or an Vance. It's so much more soft. I have a French girlfriend a friend who says treat your skin like a like silk shirt. You would never put harsh chemicals on a silk shirt. New shouldn't do that to your skin so yeah. That's a good that's a visual at thought process. What's your beauty routine? Have you always loved beauty. You know what I've always he's left. I'm a fashion girl I really it's so funny because I grew up in the country really wearing my brothers hand-me-downs and like we would go to dollar general and get sweat shirts. I was like a very much of a tomboy in one way <hes> but then I have a grandmother who's very fashionable and we would dance ballet and in our barn and you know what she was so I think I remember getting up subscription of of w magazine when I was like ten you know so I've always really liked beauty a and and and fashion and things that just also beautiful things really really liked beautiful things so my beauty routine and I have a mother who has absolutely no makeup then GonNa Grandmother who is always very into beauty and she's German and so she was always testing do things and she was into homeopathy and you know so. I think I've been very aware of that. In shopping and pharmacies in France and Germany and France are right yeah and people really know they know what to do when you have something and unique you need a specific product. That's I think in my beauty routine is pretty simple. I'm somebody I'm very good about..

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"hannah casey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

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"hannah casey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"I should have let her know a little bit more about what was going on. Okay. Do we have time for Mary from South Carolina? Mary be super-quick. We're running out of time. Hi, they had takes Jamie. Hey, what's your question? Roklin okay. Hannah. How do you feel that captain plenty said that from that after this charter your relationship over. So Sunday I have actually set how to chat. We have issues. We both apologized to we're in a really good place now. So that's a good thing. Hopefully they'll still be a good place after the reunion. Absolutely. In your opinion, who is worse charter guest by far the crazy right. Had that woman only gold. Yes, the nuts. Yes, twenty five minutes though. That's I mean with all due. We don't respect this time to wait for it. And of course it is. They will also ask him for that. All right. It's time for my day goes to Kylie Jenner who launched her own Instagram face filter today, allowing fans to virtually try on her makeup. Just remember if you look like highly Kris, Jenner will come after you for ten percent. Tonight's shock logos to the fact that since the notorious r. b. g. announced yesterday that she's going to be spending at least five more years in or supreme court seat. People have been offering up their Oregon's on Twitter to keep her kicking even longer yet not one of you have offered up your liver to really in this. Than RV zero organs. I would've they Hannah Casey. From below deck, Mediterranean Tuesdays at nine umbrella behind the bar. She is in smokey Joe's cafe it stage forty, two in New York City. At least I'm. Jamie, where do you live? South Africa. Oh, you do like that's where you live? Right at this moment. Right. Where you calling. Is any from Toyo Hieaux any. What's your question. My question is Casey. I was wondering if after the turning season, you got any of the skills to match receive e. That's a question for Hannah. I believe what I did. I mean, she said she would use me as a recommendation, her Brooke, both it. So I would definitely recommend further positions. Maybe notice it was trying to vision that definitely Streep true. school service, but. Phones caller, what's your name and where you calling. Try. I'm Lindsay from Maryland. Hey, which question. I love you guys. I love everyone. Great. My mom's. So I end e. Questions. Three girls are any of you in a serious relationship right now. No. Where does she live is serious realistic. And even last call that I call her what your name and where you calling. Hi, it's any from quakertown PA. Hi, Andy love. You. Love you bomb. I wanna ask him in the woman. He looked gorgeous, how many hours of sleep do really get. And the second question is, what is the craziest request you've ever gotten. So the first part of the season when my little one was down, I was getting about four hours a night sleep and the craziest like how badly we rated. Here's Jay. Yeah, so I had a Chata guest from the Russian mafia once request a little bit more than a bid to. So that was probably the craziest request. I had been dotty and I gave him up and I knew voice. Money. Thank you ladies so much. Everybody. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live Monday through Friday at four PM eastern time. Make sure you're subscribed have a great rest of your night.

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