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Santa's back in town with inflation, inclusion on his mind

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 1 d ago

Santa's back in town with inflation, inclusion on his mind

"After two holiday seasons with COVID-19 precautions, Santa Claus is coming to town. Merry Christmas to everyone. The jolly old elf is back this year in person without plastic partitions or faraway benches. And kids once again sitting on Santa's lap, except at Macy's in Herald square, where Santa sits behind a bench. The company hires Santa dot com, says there's been a 30% increase in bookings this year compared to the last two seasons. Although COVID fears are easing, inflation is taking some of the twinkle up. Santa's eyes, many of the portrayers are older. They live on fixed incomes and bending under the weight of higher prices. But at least one companies paying more around 5 to $12,000 for the holiday season. Sandra Booker say this year, there's a higher demand for inclusivity, meaning they're looking for santas who are black or Spanish speaking, and those who know sign language. I Jackie Quinn

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At Trump Org. fraud trial, defense rests and deflects blame

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00:52 sec | 1 d ago

At Trump Org. fraud trial, defense rests and deflects blame

"The defense has rested its case as the tax fraud trial against the Trump organization reaches its final stages. Closing arguments are slated for later this week in the criminal tax fraud trial against Donald Trump's real estate empire. Defense lawyers say prosecutors are seeking to punish the entire company for one person's scheme to avoid personal income taxes, on company perks like apartments and luxury cars. Finance chief Alan weisselberg has already pleaded guilty to taking $1.7 million in unreported compensation and he testified against the Trump organization. But defense lawyers blame weisselberg and longtime accountant Donald bender. Suggesting bander should bear the blame for not catching the fraud. There are no allegations against the former president nor members of his family. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Ex-prison warden faces trial over inmate abuse allegations

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00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Ex-prison warden faces trial over inmate abuse allegations

"A former federal prison warden has gone on trial for allegations stemming from his treatment of female inmates in a facility known as the rape club. Rhaegar Sia retired from his job at the Dublin California correctional institution. After the FBI found nude photos of female inmates on his government issued phone. The 55 year old Garcia is among 5 staffers charged with molesting several women and forcing them to pose naked in their cells. One of the inmates testified they had intimate contact in a bathroom and said she felt like he cared about her. But then he became increasingly vulgar. Garcia's lawyer says there's no surveillance video showing these encounters, although one of the women alleges Garcia knew to avoid the cameras. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Feast and famine for Disney at Thanksgiving box office

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00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Feast and famine for Disney at Thanksgiving box office

"A family film expected to soar at the box office this Thanksgiving holiday weekend was more like a flop. Wow. What kind of airship is that? Turkeys don't fly well and neither did the Disney animated film strange world, failing to gain altitude among moviegoers. It took in less than $19 million in its first 5 days in North America. Despite a reported production cost of $180 million. That kept Black Panther Wakanda forever, another Disney film at the top of the box office, then strange world, the Korean War epic devotion was in third place the menu in fourth followed by Steven Spielberg's the fable man's. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Emboldened Biden, Dems push ban on so-called assault weapons

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00:57 sec | 3 d ago

Emboldened Biden, Dems push ban on so-called assault weapons

"President Biden raged the idea of trying to pass an assault weapons ban after two mass shootings in a week, but he'll likely face an uphill battle in Congress. It was Thanksgiving Day after 6 people were gunned down in a Walmart and 5 killed at a Colorado Springs gay bar. I'm gonna try to get rid of a subway. On NBC's meet the press, Colorado governor Jared polis, says something needs to be done. It's about mental health. Of course, it's about gun policy. Of course, it's about anti LGBTQ rhetoric. But the Democrat says it can be done without invoking a ban. Where you need an additional license or background check for some of the most high powered weapons. Also on the show, Kentucky Republican congressman James comer. Cities that have the most strict gun laws like Washington, D.C., Chicago, these are the cities with the highest rate of crimes comer says he'd support legislation aimed at improving mental health access and boosting law enforcement. Jackie Quinn, Washington

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Trump faulted for dinner with white nationalist, rapper Ye

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00:58 sec | 3 d ago

Trump faulted for dinner with white nationalist, rapper Ye

"Donald Trump's political friends and foes are reacting to his dinner last week with two controversial figures. The rapper, formerly known as Kanye West, and a white nationalist leader. When Donald Trump was president David Friedman was his ambassador to Israel. Friedman tweeted out, quote, to my friend Donald Trump, you are better than this, even a social visit from an anti semite like Kanye West and human scum like Nick Fuentes is unacceptable. West has been dropped by companies like Adidas for recent anti semitic comments. Nick Fuentes is a far right activist who denies the Holocaust and expresses anti semitic and white nationalist rhetoric. Others weighing in, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who called anti semitism a cancer, while The White House issued a statement, bigotry, hate, and anti semitism have absolutely no place in America, including at Mar-a-Lago. I'm Jackie Quinn.

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NASA's Orion capsule enters far-flung orbit around moon

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00:49 sec | 4 d ago

NASA's Orion capsule enters far-flung orbit around moon

"NASA's Orion capsules now circling the moon in an orbit stretching tens of thousands of miles. The unmanned space capsule and three tests dummies entered lunar orbit more than a week after launch and are now about halfway through the test flight, Orion is shooting for a maximum distance from the earth of almost 270,000 miles, which will be a new record. Artemis rocket mission manager Mike seraphin earlier this week. I will simply say that the results were eye watering. The rocket performed and or exceeded expectations. Orion will remain in a broad but stable orbit for nearly a week, completing just a half lap around the moon before heading home. This is considered a dress rehearsal for a potential lunar landing with astronauts by 2025. I'm Jackie Quinn.

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Analyst on Vatican court weighing fraud case

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Analyst on Vatican court weighing fraud case

"A Vatican tribunal weighing a financial fraud case heard from an unusual witness. The voice of Pope Francis in a secret recording. The broadcast of Pope Francis own voice in the courtroom marked a new chapter in a trial that's already seen plenty of twists and turns. The conversation was within accused cardinal. Over the Holy See's payments to free a nun held hostage by militants, author and Vatican analyst Marco politi calls this trial a mess. Now we don't know whether the Pope has to come as witness. In front of the court, which would be unbelievable. He says. The power struggles within the church have become reckless. There is no more respect for the high authority of the Pope. Vatican judges are trying to determine who, if anyone is criminally responsible. For losing tens of millions of Euros in Vatican assets. I'm Jackie Quinn

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After a year, omicron still driving COVID surges and worries

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00:46 sec | 5 d ago

After a year, omicron still driving COVID surges and worries

"COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in the U.S. and health officials are worrying about new waves of infections after Thanksgiving gatherings. It's been a year now since the omicron variant of COVID-19 was identified and again its jeopardizing the nation's health. The Mayo Clinic says cases are increasing already in Florida, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico. And that's before holiday gatherings. The daily average for new infections this week is already over 39,000 and some 340 patients are still dying every day. A hospital in Phoenix is again creating COVID wards. One factor being mentioned, people are no longer masking up, and interest in booster shots has faded. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Native Americans observe National Day of Mourning

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00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Native Americans observe National Day of Mourning

"An annual protest has been held in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where Native Americans decried the arrival of the pilgrims in 1620. The United American Indians of New England had declared Thanksgiving Day to be a national day of mourning. Members of the wampanoag tribe mourn the arrival of the colonists accusing them of bringing illness, racism and oppression to Native American people. This is kisha James. When people celebrate the myth of Thanksgiving, they are not only erasing our genocide, but also celebrating it. The group is calling for better policies to protect Native Americans and land restitution. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Biden brings Thanksgiving pies to Nantucket first responders

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 6 d ago

Biden brings Thanksgiving pies to Nantucket first responders

"President Biden vacationing in Nantucket for the Thanksgiving holiday, spoke out against a recent spate of mass shootings in the country and calls on Congress to do more to limit assault weapons. 6 people killed in a southeast Virginia Walmart 5 dead in Colorado Springs in just a week and President Biden says more must be done to prevent these killings from taking place. The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. It's just sick. He tells reporters he'll take it to Congress, even though the sessions almost over and Democrats soon lose control of the House. Meanwhile, the president reached out to the owners of club Q in Colorado Springs, offering support and condolences, while a worker at the Virginia Walmart, whose life was spared, says she doesn't think the victims were randomly chosen. He was going hunting. He was looking, he was picking people out. Jesse will chesky on the job just 5 days, says the gunman who apparently killed himself aimed at her and then told her to run. I'm Jackie Quinn

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How cooking food and gathering for feasts made us human

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00:50 sec | Last week

How cooking food and gathering for feasts made us human

"If you're preparing a Thanksgiving feast this week you might be glad to know that the act of cooking makes you part of a long line in human history A recent study finds a discovery in Israel of what appears to be some roasted fish specifically carp helps date the discovery of fire for food to at least 780,000 years back And some scientists estimate our early human cousins may have been using fire to cook their food almost 2 million years ago Anthropologists say discovering the cooking of food was a big change helping to fuel our evolution and giving humans bigger brains Down the line cooking became the centerpiece of feasting rituals that brought communities together The new studies published in the journal nature ecology and evolution I'm Jackie Quinn

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Elon Musk's Twitter reinstates Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

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00:50 sec | Last week

Elon Musk's Twitter reinstates Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

"A Georgia congresswoman known for repeating conspiracy theories is now allowed back on Twitter The new owner of Twitter Elon Musk is reinstated the personal account of Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene She had been banned in January for posting misinformation about COVID-19 Last month she criticized traditional media Assassinated my character to the American people Twitter's also just reinstated former president Donald Trump but Elon Musk says one person who won't be allowed back is conspiracy theorist Alex Jones who called the sandy hook school massacre a hoax Musk says his firstborn child died in his arms and he has no mercy for anyone who would quote use the deaths of children for gain politics or fame I'm Jackie Quinn

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Musk restores Trump's Twitter account after online poll

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00:48 sec | Last week

Musk restores Trump's Twitter account after online poll

"Donald Trump's account is back on Twitter Twitter's new owner Elon Musk says he took a poll a nearly 52% of those responding said Donald Trump's account should be reinstated Musk says the people have spoken and the account was restored with some 60,000 old tweets Trump was banned by the previous executives after the insurrection at the U.S. capitol in 2021 for spreading falsehoods on the site like this We had a very disgraceful election We got many millions of votes more than we had in 2016 as you all know And the result was a disgrace in my opinion Absolute sham that was Trump online Saturday addressing a Republican Jewish forum since he was banned from Twitter Trump has been using his own social media site called truth social I'm Jackie Quinn

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 Tesla recalls 300K vehicles over taillight software glitch

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00:30 sec | Last week

Tesla recalls 300K vehicles over taillight software glitch

"Tesla has announced a recall on thousands of vehicles because of a taillight malfunction The vehicles involved are 2023 model three sedans and model Y SUVs years 2020 to 2023 The problem is a software glitch that can make the tail lights go off intermittently which raises the risk of a crash The automaker says it's releasing an online software update that will fix the problem Owners should be notified in writing starting in mid January I'm Jackie Quinn

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Election certification avoiding chaos, except in Arizona

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00:52 sec | Last week

Election certification avoiding chaos, except in Arizona

"Now that the midterm ballots have been cast the certifications appear to be going smoothly so far although there are exceptions in Arizona The vote certification so far have been orderly even in places where there have been suspicions about election fairness all 17 counties in Nevada certified their results despite earlier accusations of election conspiracies and an effort to eliminate voting machines altogether It's the same story in New Mexico despite months of pressure on election officials But in Arizona's cochise county the two Republicans in control delayed their certification this week After hearing from conspiracy theorists who say the vote counting machines are not certified even though the state elections director says that claim is false Also in Arizona gubernatorial candidate Carrie Lake who lost her election is refusing to concede I'm Jackie Quinn

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Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes

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00:52 sec | Last week

Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes

"Pfizer says it's updated COVID-19 booster shot may offer some protection against new mutations of the omicron variant The original vaccine had been tweaked to address the omicron variants and the dominant one at the time was be a 5 While this new shot does produce an immune response for that variant it appears it can also target four additional omicron subtypes including the worrisome BQ one one a 9 fold increase in antibodies against that variant compared to only a twofold increase from the original shot but more studies are needed and this data released by Pfizer has not been peer reviewed Moderna also recently announced early evidence its updated booster induced antibodies against BQ one one now responsible for some 24% of COVID cases I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fed official suggests substantial rate hikes may be needed

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00:50 sec | Last week

Fed official suggests substantial rate hikes may be needed

"Stock started the day in a sour note after indications the Federal Reserve may need to raise interest rates much higher than had been expected The fed has been raising rates aggressively trying to tame inflation by applying the brakes to the economy and now James bullard who leads the Federal Reserve bank of St. Louis is suggesting its short term rate may have to go as high as 5 6 or 7% to really put a dent in these stubborn inflationary conditions The fed has already raised the rate to around 4% economic reports are showing inflation starting to ease somewhat but consumer spending and a very strong jobs market are keeping it hot The fed is likely to get more aggressive making borrowing more costly and further heightening the risk of recession I'm Jackie Quinn

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"jackie" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show

The Trish Regan Show

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show

"Again, legacy p.m. investments dot com and I want you to listen to it. I want to thank all of you here for including bipartisan elected officials like representative governor senator Braun, senator Booker, representative Jackie, are you here? Where's Jackie? I didn't think she was going to be here. To help make this no, you see Jackie couldn't be there because you see, mister president Jackie passed away. In a car accident, back in August, something that everybody kind of knew, and by the way, given that you were there at this bipartisan event to end food insecurity and to take on the issue of obesity in America, given that this was so important to her, don't you think it might have known? She was dead, that she passed away. Tragically, in a car accident, and if you didn't know, I mean, didn't someone have the good sense to better prepare your staff? We know that your press person is not necessarily the brightest, smartest, most articulate person in the room and granted her job is basically to lie for the administration, but this watch as Karim Jean Pierre tries to spin her way out of this as the ABC. I believe she's ABC reporter keeps questioning her. What happened in the hunger event today, the president appeared to look around the room for an audience member, a member of Congress who passed away last month, he seemed to indicate she might be in the room. So what happened? So the president was, as you all know, you guys were watching today's event, a very important event on food insecurity. The president was naming the congressional champions on this issue and was acknowledging her incredible work. He had already planned to welcome the congresswoman's family to The White House on Friday. There will be a bill signing in her honor this coming Friday. So, of course, she was on his mind. She was on top of mind for the president. He looks very much looks forward to discussing her remarkable legacy of public service with them when he sees her family this coming Friday. He said, Jackie, are you here? Where's Jackie? She must not be here. I totally understand. I just explained. She was on top of mind. You know, this was what we were able to witness today and what the president was able to lift up in this at this conference at this event was how her focus on wanting to deal with combat food insecurity in America. And this is something that he was lifting up and honoring. And again, he knows that he's going to see her family this coming Friday. There is a bill signing that's going to happen and renaming a VA clinic in Indiana after the late congresswoman. He knows that he is going to see her family and she was a top of mind. Chimp early didn't know though that she'd passed away. I'm sorry, that was just the most bizarre bizarre explanation for why the president of the United States whose cognitive ability is already. Let's face it quite in doubt and frankly has been for years. I mean, I'd argue the guy is never really been all there. And this is how they answer, oh, well, she was top of mind. He was just thinking of her. So he was asking dear God, where's Jackie? Oh my gosh. Anyway, given given all that's been happening in Washington, D.C., given the poor performance from our own president, given the lack of substantive policy given the lack of not just substantive policy, but actually good policy, like good policy that will help us and our economy as we move forward..

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"jackie" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:00 min | 8 months ago

"jackie" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Mendoza is an analyst for ESPN and Jess before we talk about Jackie Robinson day. Knowing you're interested in music, I thought this would interest you earlier in the week. We found out that our friend Sarah Abbott is named for the song Sarah by Fleetwood Mac, her sister is named for the song Amanda by Boston, and I told Sarah the other day. Like it's not even close. She got the cooler song over her older sister. What do you think? Oh, totally. I mean, I feel like Rhiannon needed to be in there somewhere too. Just throw in all the cool. That's awesome. It says a lot about Sarah's parents too. I'm all about classic rock. So Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Stevie mix is like, she's like one of my all time favorite artists ever. Okay, so you're going to be excited about that. But then you're going to be appalled by this. Sarah, before our conversation the other day in the podcast, had never looked at the lyrics of the song Sarah or listened to the song in the lyrics. How about that? What? Sarah? Defend yourself. I felt it would be narcissistic. And also, my sister, I kind of explained it a little bit. She would blast her song all the time. And so being the youngest, I'm like, I don't think I have any right to blast my song over her. But what it's like the song was about a serial killer named Sarah and you were like living your whole life, not even knowing your parents were like, maybe you have to. That was part of the fear. Okay. Okay, that makes sense. I didn't want to know. Very nice. All right. Jackie Robinson day to day. Jess, how did you find out about Jackie Robinson the first time? What do you remember how you went through that process? I grew up a Dodger fan, my favorite player of Sandy Koufax, and so that was a natural extension for me at age 8, 9 years old. What about for you? My dad. You know, he talked a lot about it's amazing. Roberto Clemente satchel page and Jackie Robinson were like three players that really, you know, he was born in 1939. So he got to see Jackie play and just the opportunity and the understanding for him being Mexican American, his family coming from Mexico, just understanding even then at a younger age, the importance of seeing color in a sport that he absolutely loves. I mean, he came from a huge baseball family. His dad and his grandfather played baseball professionally in Mexico and just how important the sport was, but then coming over to the U.S. and not seeing any color. Especially for him, even though the daughters were in Brooklyn. But as they made their way to LA, just knowing the history and the importance of Jackie Robertson, and then what that led to, because in our family Roberto Clemente was like, put on a pedestal, and then thereafter in the 80s when I was growing up, it was Fernando Valenzuela. And it all began with Jackie. And so just hearing the stories of my dad, you know, a lot of dads, I think, talk about the Mickey mantles and the Joe DiMaggio's and rightly so, but in our family, it was about Jackie Robinson. It was about satchel page, just how he'd throw a baseball and a replica mentee and what he meant to our entire community. Nice, nice. Yeah. I just love the fact that every year we have the conversation. And then that you know that there are new fans who are learning about Jackie Robinson for the first time and learning about his legacy. All right, I got a few things to run past. You show how tani last night gets lit up for the first time in his career. He allowed a home run on his split finger fastball on an O two pitch, so the 9th hitter for the Texas Rangers. And as of this morning, he has a 7 5 6 ERA and he's a one 72 batting average, and I'm sorry, but I'm attributing it directly to the shortened spring training. What about you? Yeah, I mean, definitely I think that's for sure part of it. We're seeing that even just with hitters kind of struggle out the gate and just figuring stuff out. But I mean, to me, I think Shohei Ohtani did something last year that set a standard and an expectation that is unreal. I mean, honestly, what Shohei Ohtani was able to accomplish last season. I'm not saying he can't repeat that, but I think there's also now just every time he takes the mound every time he's in the batter's box, we expect greatness beyond anything I think we've ever expected from a player. And guess what he's human? And that's what I saw I think more than anything is, you know, you're going to wake up some days and split might not be what it was yesterday and you were still working on stuff and your body might feel this way or honestly you just don't look at it. And that's okay. I think if we see this consecutively over the course of multiple starts and after we're a month and a half into the season, then it might be something different, but I think ultimately the expectation for show hands honey has never been higher..

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"jackie" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"jackie" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So Jackie Robinson day in the basic sense is the day that he ended racial segregation in Major League Baseball, it's the day that for the first time a black man played in what had been a totally white league. But in the larger sense, it's a huge moment in American history. Some say it was the beginning of the civil rights movement and it's set America on a course toward what we hope is real equality. And so how does an occasion like that gets celebrated across baseball? Yeah, it's really a wonderful thing. Every player in the league on every team wears Jackie's number number 42. And this year will be in Dodger blue on every Jersey, there are ceremonies at every game to honor Jackie Robinson and his family. Back on the 50th anniversary, Jackie Robinson's number 42 was retired, not only for the Dodgers who he played for, but across the league. Throughout its long history, Major League Baseball has operated under the premise that no single person is bigger than the game. No single person other than Jackie Robinson. No Major League Baseball player will wear 42 again except on this day. It's really special. In honor of Jackie, Major League Baseball is taking the unprecedented step of retiring his uniform number. Number 42 in perpetuity..

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

"Squash though splotches what i named my inner narrator what isn't inner narrator voice that sort of mary our day that provides the daily voice over or monologues us throughout our day. Now we'll say every. So often i need someone who's like i don't know what this is. I don't have this. And i can't imagine right that look on your face. I can't imagine how much space i would have in my head. If i didn't have that voice but i think most people know what this is we think of it as our inner critic and in my book. Fire your narrator. I talk about ten common narrative types and the critic is just one of them. I came up with ten in speaking with dozens of clients in hundreds of audience members when they talk about their inner beliefs are things they would say to themselves. I almost started categorizing them. Because many are critical but then others have other components. So squash is what. I have named miami later apple name because she shows up all the wrong times to totally squash. My confidence yes. And she doesn't seem to serve much purpose than to keep me in check and so she's a critical narrator but she also is a room nater. Meaning i'm someone who has a hard time letting go of past mistakes or things that have no longer any control over and she is also a strivers which is another one of ten narrative types. Which is this inner story. That i have. I'm not working hard enough. And i need to do more. And that's like a story that i feel like it. It's always with me so that i can accomplish something. But i'm never fully satisfied because i always feel like there's squash reminding me there's more to do so you might not have previously named your inner narrator but i suggest that you and all your listeners if you relate to what i'm saying about oh yes i have. That voice is that you name it right because naming it is one of the first steps to separating it from who you truly are basically what this voice is. It's all of your past experiences. All of your past stories wrapped up into one and the problem with that voices because we tend to remember negative experiences far more than positive may stay with us longer. That voice tends to be overly negative fearful and always looking out for what could go wrong very few of us have a naturally positive yet. So you know you go girl voice in our head but you can work to re write it. That way So jackie if squash needed a play day does she have a narrator in your head that she could hang out with absolutely in fact..

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

"Now what is your magic zone? It's like when you're doing something you love so much, you lose track of time. When I'm in the magic zone, it's pretty much the only time I forget to eat, it actually moves sleep to second place. The magic zone is activity in alignment. Now how do you find your magic zone? I'm so glad you asked. A quick way to find it is to ask yourself, did you have anything like that as a kid? Did you have hobbies or passions that you would just spend hours and hours doing? Maybe you had something like that before you became a mom. Think about the things that used to fire you up. Sometimes we have things we absolutely love to do, but for whatever reason, we let go of it. So now would be a perfect time to pick it back up again. But another way to find your magic zone that takes a little more effort and time is scheduling a try time. Yeah, I like to coin terms and phrases for a lot of things I do. It makes it more fun and interesting in my opinion. I try time is a period of time determined by you that your only job is to be curious. First, determine how long your tri time will be. Is it a week a month, 6 months a year? How much time do you have to just explore? Next, make a list of things you've always wanted to try. I'm talking brain dump here. Absolutely anything. Write it down. You could have ten ideas, 20, a hundred, the sky is the limit. Third, go down the list, saying each idea out loud, stopping between each on your list. Pay attention to your body as you say it. We're going to rate each idea a one a two or three on the body scale. A one is like, whatever, it could be fun. I don't know, I'm interested. It doesn't really matter. A two piques your curiosity. Um, I could do that. And a three is a hell, yes. This is definitely something I want to do. Anything that rates a three, that is what we're going to try first. It could be as simple as taking a cooking or photography class, maybe trying out that new art place downtown, hiking somewhere new, snorkeling, trying a new food, a film festival, it could be as crazy as skydiving. It's completely up to you. Level three baby. If you feel it in your bones, try it. Your only job is to try. At the end of your tri period, will you have a brand new business? Probably not. But I find women often expect the answer to show up at the front door, ring the doorbell and let itself in. Let me ask you, how did you discover your favorite food? You tried it. How did you meet your partner? You gave him or her try. As we get further into our lives, we stop trying new things. We expect to think so hard that the answer will just appear. But what is next for you? You might not even know about. It might be something that you've only heard of or that you haven't even discovered yet. And so the only way to find those things is to try other things. Listen after 25 years in television, the way I make a living today didn't even exist when I first got into TV. The world is constantly changing. There is something out there for you that maybe just brand new that you don't even know about yet. So instead of waiting for the answer to come, get out there and try things and meet people and discover a whole world that is just waiting for you. You're in a prime position of your life to bring curiosity back into your life. Curiosity that will help you uncover who you are right now and what you might want to do next. Figuring out what you want is the fun part figuring out how to do it, that's the easy part. There are people out there to help, steps you can take resources to discover that's the easy part. Helen, firing up what's been dormant inside you, is the perfect way to begin to see what's possible. Please reach out again with an update and let us know how you're.

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

"Become over 40 and you go what the fuck am I listening to? When they haven't even done their healing journey, go back to my last episode and all the red box people, and then you come back to listening to your own voice that you always had inside you. I love that correction. I love that reframe because that is true. I see it differently. I see other people place it out. In what we think feel experience. Yeah. And then you have the double whammy of not only do I feel the doubt. I'm now presented with this challenge of quote unquote overcoming the doubt. Which I don't know how any of you feel. I've never officially overcome doubt. I ride with it. It's with me all the time. I think doubts actually has a role. I love that. You don't ride with it. Is it in the backseat of the max from the trunk? Yeah. No, it's with me, and I talk about this, so I did a TED Talk. And I talked about link to that also. Yes. But I talk about I kept moving forward, despite the doubt, and that's what you have to do. We wait to feel confident we wait to overcome that. Like, I'll do it when I feel good. The way it works. It's with you. You know who does that? Who? A grown ass woman. Yes. So back to you, Marianne, 'cause this is your thing. How do we decide what to do for a challenge? There's three pieces. There's the thing you're gonna do, is it do one push up? Is it ran a mile? It also could be a negative. It could be like not have a drink or spend 15 minutes with my phone turned off. It could be call a friend. Can be anything. And if we're talking podcasting, you know, it might be record a practice run every morning or something. You pick a task and the number of times you're gonna do it like one push up, right? One thing. And then you pick how often you'll do it. So the challenge could be on one day I'm going to for the 8 hours of my workday every hour get up and do ten jumping jacks. It's a frequency, it's a task, and it's a duration. So it could be over a week over a year over month. So another one would be I'm going to do a TikTok video once a week for the next month. It doesn't have to be huge. And I think it's really important that your first time you do it, you make sure it's finite and you make sure it's achievable because part of it is the lessons you learned, like with Jen learned, but part of it is also that feeling of success like you start to change the identity of I'm the kind of person that can do this. I didn't change my identity to I'm a runner, but I did change my identity to I'm the kind of person that can have this kind of discipline. I'm the kind of person that has this fitness, right? So it did change how I think about myself. That's so important. Because I think there is a tendency for us to decide to do all of it. How do we resist going? I'm going to write him a journal every day. I'm going to record my YouTube video. I'm going to make nutritious perfect meals for my family. I'm going to have sex with my husband. Like, yeah, he had me add that one. But you know, I'm going to do all of these things for the next 5000 days. How do we resist that urge that many of us get to be quote unquote perfect and do all of it? I think it's just patience. If you realize that there's a process. We were all talking about it. It's a process, right? You realize it's a process. Have a little confidence, a little patience that you can do that next thing. If you write three words in your journal every day for 7 days, when you finish that, you're that person. You did that. And then you can say, I'm going to do it for 20 days, or you can say, I'm going to write a sentence every day. Or you can say, I'm going to write three words, and I'm going to add to that 5 minutes of stretching. Always make sure it's achievable. You're allowed to do more. If you challenge yourself to write three words every day for 7 days, you could write ten words. There's no rule against it. Yeah. But you make that commitment to yourself. And I said in the talk, it helps if you make it public. It helps if you tell other people, especially people whose opinion you care about. Let's just take the month of November because there's 30 days. It's a nice clean month. I'm asking you, listener. What's something you can do? Is it one thing for all 30 days? Is it one thing for 5 days? I would love for you to share that. I love the idea of you calling people in to do it together because doing it together. We just talked about chair's struggle, creates Bond, but also those of us that aren't good at doing something for ourselves. We do it for each other. Yes. Right? So it's like, we all joined Jackie as grown ass women to do this November challenge. And then I'm doing it for me, but I'm also doing it because I don't want to let all the rest of you down. So I love that you're asking people to do it together. Yeah, I just think there's so much power in that. And it's a great month. The holidays are coming, and it sort of changed your brain to put yourself first, at least on that priority list, as you go into what can be chaotic, where a lot of voices start happening in those last two months of the year. I don't know, maybe it's just me. And I love the idea that as people are thinking about this, it can be a not doing something. It can be, I am going to spend 15 minutes every morning with my phone off. Or I am going to not have more than two candy bars every day, or whatever that is. Make it realistic, but it can be anything. Yeah. Okay, they know what they want to do. They know how often they want to do it. They know for how long they want to do it. Now what? Now do it. Now tell someone. Tell us a hold yourself accountable. Keep your word to yourself. Make sure you surround yourself either in real life or we don't always control the people we're around in real life. So your social media, make sure that there are people that make you feel like doing that thing. For some people that's people who are doing it more than you because then it makes you want to do that. Other people that might be disheartening. You pick what works for you, but make sure when you look at your social media, it makes you feel like you want to do that thing. And if you need an accountability partner, make sure that you ask for the kind of support that works for you now in your life. Yes. So come into the group, a link to it in the show notes. I will start a thread. Let us know what your challenge is. We will support you 100% of the way. We'll just do this in November. It'll be amazing. Do you both have something that you're going to continue or do for November? I'm putting on the spot now. I want to do TikTok. A TikTok every day. Wow. Every day. TikTok every day. Awesome. I mean, you already have the content. It's not even like you have to create it. Yeah. You've already done it. You have all these lives you have this amazing songs, all that? Amazing. Okay. Alex, feminist and out 25 pitches in November. 25 pitches. 25 pitches. Awesome for a podcast. To be a guest to be a guest on podcasts. Excellent. Yes. I can't wait. Yeah. And you're going to continue your run. I'm going to continue my run, run one mile every day, and I will literally write three words in my journal every day. Every day. 30 days. For the month of November. Yes. It's something that I do, but I don't do it every day. Because of you right now. I am going to commit for the month of November to do it every day. Awesome. You are a certified grown ass women. I adore you all. Thank you for doing this. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I would love to hear what challenge you'd like to take on for the month of November. Big or small, personal, professional, creative. It is completely up to you. I'll provide the link to that in the show notes I grown ass woman dot guide forward slash episode one 41. Thank you so much, Alex Perry, Marion, Abrams, and gen eads. Do yourself a huge favor and follow these incredible women I had on the show today. Each of them has her own podcast, website, and social channels, I'm going to link to them all. And get Jen eads brand new album, yuka daily favorites, volume one. It can be found on Spotify, Apple music, and band camp dot com. I'm Jackie McDougal and you've been listening to the grown ass woman's guide. Until next time, you are a grown ass woman. Act accordingly. And now, Jen eads with the answers. It's.

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

"Melody Murray is a therapist in the Seattle area who says a lot of our not enoughness was actually programmed years ago. That sense of security and confidence needs to be instilled in us very early on, so it sticks. So it's real and how many of us had those households where, you know, people were pouring into us in healthy ways. You know, it has to be very intentional. And I think only now are people being that intentional as they have conversations with their children to build that. You know, what's a battle? Some self talk, that's to happen all day every day for it to penetrate. Instill that within yourself that I am enough, I'm fine. I'm okay. You never have a baby in the nursery just born and be like, no, not enough. You little fat bastard. At what point are our needs and inconvenience or not good enough? Something happens around middle school. Something happens then that I think shifts especially young women coming into their own and wanting to be attractive to other people wanting to be accepted by other people. Which if you don't accept yourself, you're always going to be on shaky ground with other people. I think that it's a really important thing to understand what is it that we give off, especially when it comes to children. What do we give off? When we see our kids, are we happy to see them? Or do we go, when you know they're going to ask you a question? What is it now? That'll make a kid feel like what they need doesn't matter. And if we got that, then we have tendency, unfortunately, even if it was painful to pass that shit on. What's melodies method for feeling more enough? This is gonna sound really silly, but it has worked for a lot of my women, especially women that are in the workforce. I always tell them to look around their office, find the Kevin of the office. And they'll say, who's Kevin? I'm like, Kevin, that guy that's got his feet up. He doesn't go above and beyond at all ever. He just breezes in, does his job and breezes right on out. He's not stressing over a damn thing. You gotta be Kevin, because Kevin's earning more than you probably. He's earning a check and he's not checking his phone or laptop at night or on the weekends. Look at Kevin and be the Kevin. Be Kevin. Men don't have these conversations. It sucks. Men don't have these damn conversations. Are they enough? Listen, if you don't have a cabinet your work, I have some of my own tips that have worked for myself at times I really needed it and also for my clients. So grab a piece of paper or even your notes app because we're going to walk through these 5 steps that can change your life. Number one identify the area or areas in which you feel like you're not enough. If there are multiple write them all down, but then we're going to pick one at a time to go through the process. Number two define what enough looks like in that area. What does it even mean? Get specific, because if you're thinking, you're not enough as a mom, what does it look like to be enough as a mom? What does it look like to be enough as a spouse? What does it look like to be enough in your job or a friendship? It really helps to define what it is that you think is enough so you can actually compare where you are and where you think you should be. Number three, imagine someone you love, it could be your best friend, a sister, neighbor, maybe even a daughter. Would you hold her to the same impossible standards, you expect of yourself? Seriously, be honest. Would you hold her to those same standards, would you judge her so harshly or would you cut her some slack? What makes you so unique that you are expected to achieve some bogus level and be this person that you would never expect someone else to be? Why do you have to reach this impossible standard and other people don't? I always talk about the power of plates and napkins. When my kids were little and they would be the class party and there'd be the sign up, email that would come through. I would hop on that thing. So quickly, depending on how crazy life was, right? So if I felt like, oh, I got that. I might make cupcakes or something like that. But if I had so much going on and I didn't have the capacity to do something big, I would hop on so quickly and get the plates in the napkins. Now guess what? They're having a party. They need the plates and napkins. They're just as important as the snacks. The foundation of the fun. Really are. There's a lot that self inflicted, but there's a lot of it, we do to each other. So much judgment and criticism that we do to our fellow sister out there that's bullshit. Oh, is that all you did? Plates and napkins. Okay. That's how much you love your kid. I brought blah, blah, blah. Keep your shit to yourself. I'm not giving you a standing ovation. If there was more, just acceptance of being a regular person without going above and beyond because what you're doing is you're shaking your shit on somebody else. And if we all did that more often. I mean, it's a ripple effect. Oh yeah, I forgot to do this. Oh, I forgot that too. Okay, I don't feel so bad. Let's go to number four. Who is determining your enoughness or not enoughness? I was doing EMDR recently, and I'm going to do a whole episode on that later, but it's this really powerful process in therapy that helps you sort of like reprogram some traumatic events that may have happened in your life. And I was doing this and this vision sort of popped into my head. Now, there's this light show and possibilities, California, where it's just all these colored lights. And it's acres and acres, and all you can see as far as you can look ahead is just these beautiful, beautiful lights. And so how this vision while I was doing EMDR, that it was like that, but it was all people. Just people for acres and acres. And what was really interesting is there were people with red boxes over their heads and people with green boxes over their heads. And the red box people, where people who had been hurt, who had gone through their own trauma, but they hadn't taken the steps to heal or evolve or move forward. So they're sort of living in that pain and in that pain comes judgment and anger and so many other emotions. Now, the green box people, maybe they've been through their own share of pain and trauma, like the red box people, but these are people who have really committed to themselves and to their healing, they really care for themselves. They care about other people. They find value in who they are. So here's my question who do you look to when it comes to determining your enoughness? Are you spending all your time listening to the red box people and their opinions? By the way, there's a reason that there's a phrase that says hurt people hurt people, right? Or are you turning to green box people? Those who maybe have gone through their own healing, who may give you some constructive insight, but aren't necessarily looking to hurt you or to criticize you. Now I'm not saying every one of the people with the red box over them are intending to be hurtful. They're just people with their own experiences and their own programming, like we've gone through. But when we put our own value in the comments of other people, how can we not feel like we're not enough, especially when that person hasn't even gone through their own healing journey. From whom are you looking for feedback in your life? Is it someone where you should really be taking that feedback? And by the way, whether it's a red box person or green box person, the person you should be listening to is you. So number 5 you can pause for a minute if you need to to do this one. But.

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"jackie" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Eight hundred. Eighty eight shows parole. Jackie nick loan winner last show. Who's here to pick her. Audit showed up mr bob ryan. How great is this for you guys bob. You met jackie at the boston globe. And she was a news intern. You gave way to her for the famous boston. Celtics beat you gave him the notebook. It's one of the great stories in all sports reporting and you were elbow-to-elbow of course on press row for countless games and then in the hall of fame together bob. When did you know. Jackie was special. I knew she was good from the start. i said. hey this young lady knows what she's talking about. We're talking to equals as unequal right away. But i knew she was special when after she took the beat for me for the eighty seven eighty eight season free months and people were saying what was the name another guy and she and she immediately got in on the right wavelength with the most important person number. Thirty three larry bird. I had done. I was done a book. Larry sheets done toe. I mean what can i say. So i mean she's out. But i am so proud of the way. Her career is progressed so proud to have known her and this is a big loss to our industry is not going anywhere. That's the wonderful thing about you. She say she has priorities in life. Jackets and i'm gonna talk to you about right now. I know it's been hard for you to hear all this and stay quiet just a little bit longer. How do you tell somebody what they mean to you. You open up your heart and you put it outside your body and then you get a photo of that person from before you knew. Then that is moderately embarrassing but really is awesome. Let's look at this photo. Jackie.

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"jackie" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Lasted four and a half the wrong demographic to be asking this question all right fighters three the most important story today. Jay don byer sell jackie macmullan. Let's go around the horn and have to buy jackie macmullan. No one else can use such a wide range of forget such wide range out of the word dear. She can use dear to verbally embrace you. She hadn't seen for a while. She can also use their which is getting ready to slice dice. You with a barrage of bax and just make you want to curl up in a fetal position on the show. I've been fortunate enough to have both used against me and for me. Thank you jackie. What he paid by or fill. Jackie macmullan selling that. she's retired. What in the world are you doing to us. You're leaving jackie. You probably don't remember november twelfth two thousand and two. You're on your first show with me. Tj's timers jay mariotti. You beat me. Then you're going to beat me again today. Coming in going out in two thousand seven world series. She was attacked outside her hotel room and she was able to get him to go away by szigeti restoring. I want to hear more about that. and and bill plash fire cells. jackie macmullan. I'm going to buy this without crying for eighteen years with jackie and the best partner show. Jackie is after the show on the drive home. The phone rings. You look at its jackie matt. Call into talk about you..

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"jackie" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Matter. How many can manage the football game for bill. Belichick the way they played with cam. Newton last year is not how the patriots like with mack jones behind center. They can get back to what plenty more on this story. We'll get to it in a second. I i wanna take a look at this line of one more time. Fact is jackie. Everybody wanted to be on the show with you for your last show and we do have some surprises ahead but we needed to start with all women because you were the only woman on this show for far too long and that's all of our grievous fault. It's our privilege to start with all women now. Because what you've done and to this industry so i turned to emily captain now as a woman breaking into this industry especially on tv. Sometimes you feel pressure to fit into a certain mold. Jackie you were original your true self every single day. And i think that's why viewers resonated with you. I think it's why athletes respected and trusted you so much and the moment i realized. That's what made you cool. It empowered me to live my authentic self in this job. Even if it wasn't neat or conventional so thank you for recommending me for the show. Thank you for being a real one and thank you for just being really really really. Nice sweet for you to say that it's the truth. Jackie recommended emily cap for this. Guy's gotta get is on. Emily cap and we did. Monica mcnutt cap. Hold us together. You almost got me going. I remember distinctly going from a fan and consumer jackie to thinking. I want to do that. And i'll never forget sitting in the living room with my dad and i was like who that 'cause we're watching around the horn. He's like jackie macmullan. She's written books. She's covers boston's she's a heavy hitter and so fast forward however many years later one thing emily said certainly resonates with me is. You've been so tremendously kind. It's sort of unnerving to sit on a panel with the first woman inducted into the basketball hall of fame. And you've been nothing but gracious kind generous and i so appreciate your support ramona. Shelburne we know how you feel about. Jackie macmullan you have said it's the first one but please floors yours where you wanna go so i think the first time i met. Jackie is the two thousand eight finals in boston. When the lakers are playing the celtics. I went up to her and actually said you're jackie macmullan like that's how you you. I didn't say hi. I'm remote. Your jackie macmullan and then couldn't make any sense out of what i'm saying for a while. And she treated me like it was nothing. Yeah i'm sure. She gives up from. Everybody and jackie has given me not only just friendship but some of the best advice i've ever gotten in my career. I was thinking. What would jackie do when it. You always tells me. is you know. Look there's a whole pie out there and we all gotta eat from it so you just have your slice. You can have another slice but you don't have to eat the whole pie okay. And i thought about that right now. She's retiring because there's so much more pie. She can eat like she can go. Eat that whole pie. But she wants to leave some for the rest of us man. That's a legacy and you know from the advice you've given me a professionally but mostly as a mom knowing that i could do it because you did it. I mean jackie took a couple years off when she had her kids. And i always said wow. How did you do that in your career. You just up like pull the jordan and just took off to three years in the middle of your career to advocate. And she said the best decision i ever made. I would do it again when i was deciding to have a child. And how could i ever do it. That's what i thought of. And that's what i think of all the time. And i can't believe you're doing this to me on the same day my son has. That's.

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

"Guide ford slash. What's next to get on the wait list and be the first to know. I cannot wait to share more. We're celebrating summer with forty thrives top ten episodes of season two from body changes to career changes mindset shifts to creating habits. That will improve. Well pretty much everything these episodes will make you laugh and definitely grow as a grown ass woman over forty and beyond this time number one. You're listening to the forty thrive podcast. This show created for women. Forty am beyond ready to shake things up and now your host. Jackie mcdougal hello and welcome back to another episode of forty thrive before we dive into all the greatness. This episode and our entire top ten of season two is brought to you by kendra as i'm recording this i am hearing from so many women all over who are not only trying to beat the heat outside. I gosh it's hot but from within hot flashes. Night sweats it is real but did you know that suffering is not actually required. Let me say that again suffering could be a choice. You're making mood swings vaginal dryness. Sleepless nights they can all be addressed and sometimes pretty simply. That's where kinder- comes in. They have estrogen free. Essentials for your perry to post menopause journey. If you're feeling overheated tired sluggish can't sleep or experience vaginal dryness. That's just getting in the way.

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"jackie" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette junior in the mix we are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as km eta southern california on abc. News talk before. I get to jackie schlegel. I wanna give a shout out for environmental. they are one of our sponsors. I take their probiotic there. deep immune tariff flora broad spectrum symbiotic every single day to protect my immune system. I believe in it wholeheartedly. It's gotten an se award. And i encourage everyone out there. Listening to take care of their gut microbiome. It's one of the most important things that you can do. Go to environmental dot com. Check out their deep immune system. It's the one. I mean a probiotic. It's in the little it's blue it's got like a little blue blue my ad Accent on the box. Tariff laura deep immune. Okay let me get. Jackie schlegel everyone. Jackie is the executive director for texans for vaccine choice and just six short years. She took a group of passionate moms and turned it into the epitome of grass roots activism setting an unprecedented standard for the nation and even drawing worldwide attention that flooding group of twenty is now a political action committee and educational foundation with over seventy five thousand official members who proudly align themselves with texans for vaccine choice and thanks to jackie's endless energy and passion. This group is organized with local branches. Core members and team leaders impacting their schools their communities and their legislators their website is texans for vaccine choice dot com. Welcome sister jackie energy. I don't know burn today. Is we had a big get. How's your energy. Do i gotta say. I got my butt kicked a little three hours sleep. I took a nap yesterday in the middle of the day. I never to that. And i still slept like a rock last night But but i'm glad i showed up. I'm glad i went. And i'm glad i was part of of This this this this freedom rally that you had texans for vaccine choice. I think it's so important that we have a choice. It's not that i'm anti medical. I am pro-choice. No matter what it is no one should get the right to tell another person what to do with their body period. That's my stand. I absolutely agree. In what a great event it was we were so thankful you were able to come in to share into connect. You had a message that needs to be heard on saturday. And i know that it's so different from what you normally do. All righty. yeah but you did it. You did it gravely emboli and i'm just so proud of you. Thank you for being there. Well i i appreciate the opportunity to speak. It's only my second time really actually that i've spoken in front of an audience like that. But you know what you have to be brave. We all have to be brave. We all have to be smart. And i love the work that you're doing because this conversation needs to happen it needs to happen in order for us. To thrive our democracy to thrive as a country. I believe that with all my heart. So why did you do this. Freedom fight jackie well simply put. We do three things. I texted perplexing choice. We educate we advocate in. We build community. I think we did. Those three things on saturday had an incredible stellar lineup. Eileen o. for one. I was just so taken aback by the doctors who spoke. Oh yeah i learned so much from them so it was educational was We did advocacy. We talk to families about getting involved in showing up. i mean clearly. Our elected officials knew we were there. They knew we were outside. And we were advocating for our rights. And then i think the third and final component of building community. This can be a lonely journey right. I mean sometimes you feel like you are against the work and we have so many new individuals join us in joining our movement. That really my goal of this event was for everybody to have something to come together on. You have a rope. We knew we were going to have individuals who were fascinated with this. Kobe vaccine who joined us for whatever reason and we even tried to reach out to the lesson. No they are welcome at texas for vaccine choice And so those. Are you know the reasons that we came together in clearly on the advocacy Just to extend the reach to those who are fighting back against these medical mandates We reached a lot of people in saturday. And i'm really glad we did the event. Yeah i am too and you know. I had a purpose bringing my mask with me and showing it to the crowd because i was trying to really convey that there are a lot of people out there that are scared like my seventeen year old daughter. I brought her up in the speech. Because you know and it's funny and mother's day she got me the ring that said mama bear. I talked about that and the speeches well but it's important that we understand that. In order for us to move forward is a democracy we have to. We have to respect one another's opinions about how we feel about what we do with our body right. They have just as much right to choose to get a vaccine as we do to not choose to get a vaccine and i think you know i. Hopefully i accomplished that. Hopefully i did. I'm so glad you clarified on that mission. In what you were relating. I think that compassion is a beautiful message and we might not agree on everything. But we all came together in compassion. Could you imagine how powerful me would be if we did just that. Yeah we have to embrace each other's differences you know Most of the crowd believed in organized religion. I'm a buddhist you know. They're trying to create peace and and you know understanding for how they were feeling in all those mothers and fathers in the crowd. Like you. Jackie that have vaccine injured children. We need to listen to you. We need to make changes in government to protect all children. I'm very passionate about it as you know just like you. But let's talk about the media. Shutout has any mainstream news or media covered the event. I haven't really seen any media coverage i was able to. We went out to dinner after the event or saturday night. And i was thrilled when i looked up on the television and i saw a sure. You know little segment on it. I was hoping i was going to see more. I went home and searches search. I finally found the in. I kinda had to laugh. Because the only coverage i cook fine was maybe a twenty two second clip about freedom. Rally never mentioned our name stated were hundreds. Well there were fifth. He hundred people at least by our admits that showed up to this rally. There's well over a thousand people there. Maybe two thousand and our name is texans vaccine choice. The fact that we've had come right media shout. Let me tell you what they want to show. Is that divisive community. What they want to show is angry protesters. They knew they weren't gonna get that when they showed up. And that's not the message. They were getting. They decided they weren't going to show the.

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

"Guide ford slash. What's next to get on the wait list and be the first to know. I cannot wait to share more. We're celebrating summer with forty thrives top ten episodes of season two from body changes to career changes mindset shifts to creating habits. That will improve. Well pretty much everything these episodes will make you think laugh and definitely grow as a grown ass woman over forty and beyond this time number two. You're listening to the forty thrive podcast. This show created for women forty and beyond readiness shake things up and now your host. Jackie mcdougal hello and welcome back to another episode of forty thrive before we dive into all the greatness. This episode and our entire top ten of season two is brought to you by kendra as recording the i am hearing from so many women all over who are not only trying to beat the heat outside. I gosh it's hot but from within hot flashes night sweats. It is real but did you know that suffering is not actually required. Let me say that again suffering could be choice. You're making mood swings vaginal dryness. Sleepless nights they can all be addressed. And sometimes pretty simply that's where kendra comes in..

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

"O. r. t. Y. t. h. I. v. e. and the number twenty go get it. You could be feeling so much better sooner than you can even imagine. Have you ever met a woman or maybe you are her someone who loves yoga. It's her happy place but in addition to feeling grounded centered balanced. She's also got killer arms and shoulders. You could just see that lean muscle. She just looks amazing and strong. Now imagine the same results when you do face yoga. Yes face yoga. The team at face. Yoga method reached out to me a while back and introduced me to this phenomenon led by founder fumiko takazu face. Yoga method is an all-natural practice that consists of non facial exercises that tone facial muscles improve complexion and smooth wrinkles. Yes face yoga. Method is so much more than just a powerful way to decrease lines and wrinkles although it does do that. Just check out those before and after on their website but it's a holistic approach to mind body spirit and it boasts side effects like amazing posture and more self-confidence yes please i will admit i was skeptical totally skeptical but take a listen to my interview with meco and it's like da. Of course she's really onto something here for meco the founder and ceo of the face. Yoga method brings fifteen years of practice and personal experience into this revolutionary row aging method that has been impacting thousands of lives hers included. We will hear her personal story. Just a minute before we get into our chat. Did you know that. Forty thrive has been heard in one hundred and seven countries. Two hundred seven countries. Thank you so it's only fitting to reach outside the us to feature this week's review. Mel w from our neighbor up north. Canada mel rights. Thank you jackie. For being the voice for all of us on the forty thrive podcast. I truly admire you and everything you've done throughout your career and on just when i was ready to close the door on podcast for me over forty mom. I found you just in time. Thank you for making me feel normal valuable and heard thank you so much. I really appreciate you taking the time to write out the review. It means so much to me and don't forget if you head over to your favorite podcast app and leave a review. I may share it here. Okay let's dive into my conversation with face. Yoga method founder for meco to katsu.

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

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"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"jackie" Discussed on The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide with Jackie MacDougall

"Written. I'm a really good writer. But structurally i totally messed it up. Which is hysterical because part of my businesses working with writers. You don't make mistakes. How can you actually teach them to avoid them. Oh that's brilliant. I'm just gonna remember jackie man. I'm gonna get tattooed. But it's totally true because i teach podcasting and i've made many many mistakes and like you're totally right. I can help you avoid them and just like you can help authors. Avoid what you did so but what. What prevented you from just going. Okay i suck. I'm not gonna write ever again because you know that it could have gone there. Oh yeah i think my essential nature is determined. We could flip around. Call it stubborn day it is. You asked my husband. Sometimes it's learn. I'm so let me tell you the story so the memoir fail and then i rewrote. I tried to turn it into something else what we might call us. Kim malik memoir called lessons. The self help grew had to teach yourself. I wrote the book proposal for that. My agent turned it down. Her entire agency turned it down. I said forget it no worries i don't care i'm still gonna write it our time for two more months. That book apart. And i realized another right. This isn't working. This is this is kind of shallow and a fry- -able idea it doesn't have that up and it was out of that. This book came. So i think this is what i know. This is what. I know what i learned from looking back in that memoir and all the times. The i didn't go through deepened. My desire. i had gone deep into my desire. And i had to write this book so it propelled me forward. It really did i. I'm not operating. I when my agent and everything down. I went for a run. Probably like an idiot running on the on the path going mobile my shine. Nobody tell me what i was talking about. My daughter used to say this from a lady gaga song in highschool. Nobody's gonna chine. That's funny maybe you inspire people on that running path to there to.

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