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"jade" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

08:44 min | Last month

"jade" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Just finished january ovitz's book on the indie split about to flip over in another octane. Press release on the life and career of a pivotal member of the unser racing family. Al unser jr. a checkered past tells the story a little success on the racetrack. His impact on canadian racing and racers his struggles with drugs and alcohol in his recovery to help young drivers succeed our guest bestselling author of this book. Here's jade girth part one on race. Line radio his impact on the canadian story might be undeniable but for you overall. What convinced you that. This was the right time to help out tell his story warts and all and published this book. Why now. It was really a scenario where i had written a book with. John andretti Before he pass he's just was such a wonderful human being and i love his family. It happens. John's family attorney. Also is al juniors attorney okay and al had actually been thinking about. The time was right for him to do a book up and he actually took an online course on how to write a book decided that his story was a little too important for him to do it. As as a writing rookie. They reached out to me. I couldn't take a yeah fast enough. But he and i cross paths in the past and i was really thrilled. They asked me to help. Put his story in the word and it's important to note that he wanted to write this book himself but decided to story was complex in emotional. And as as you said important. Did you have to steer him in a different processor timeline. Jade from what. He may have had in mind originally when he wanted to do it himself or any pretty much. Follow your roadmap on how the story should unfold. Because whenever you're doing one of these books and you're you're the pro not me but an observation. You've got to do these very carefully. Did you have to steer away from what he wanted to do to get this done. No we when he and i. I saw I hate to say ground rules. 'cause sound quite right but we kind of set the parameters young admitted right up front. I want to be honest. I wanna tell things that maybe don't even make me look very good But it's him telling the truth was very important. He feels like if there are people out there that may be struggling with Issues of alcohol or drugs that Maybe his story can be A lesson or a guide of how not to do it but d- how to kind of come back from from that trouble so So he was very open. Very honest Boy we you know. We shared so much and i think the news conference that you joined us with. He admitted There were times when we'd have to stop yes. He just became too emotional. And and i you know it was. I sort of base my response on on him and I i give him all all the credit in the world for being open and honest about About his life. Yeah that's that's amazing to to learn that it got so emotional that he had to stop because he was in a flood of tears. But i mean he told you up front that he wanted to be a hundred percent open about this and i don't think he disappointed he no he. He really didn't end. There were times when honestly he was very open about himself and his struggles but Didn't want to. I trying to think of the best way to put this. Ah wanna throw anyone else under the bus or germ. He was always very careful about You know telling his story and not trying to You know to bring down anyone else. and so you know that that was not always easy but He just see so good to work with that I think that the book I think both race fans and people that may be struggling with some of his issues Will will really get a lot without a doubt with jade gersh author of the book. Al unser jr. checkered past from octane presses. Our special guest across canada on the race line radio network from his to indianapolis five hundred wins and ninety two and ninety four as part of the first family of the indy. Five hundred nine unser wins of the classic in total his to indycar championships. His downfall multiple arrests for dwi mental health issues substance abuse touched on it. The life of allen's for junior's been called turbulent jade but fascinating. You obviously have to agree with that. But what you needed it to come off as genuine was tough one for you to do no it was. It was talking sense that he and i became quite close while working on this so stories that were emotional for him became emotional for me as as the author To take his words. I really felt pressure to present his words in a way that was Honest and straightforward i. I didn't want to try to glorify anything. I've written books in the past where you know i admit to making some of these drivers Muller heroics and maybe was always. I know what you i know what you mean. I know what you mean. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Yeah but But without junior You know we talked about so many great racing stories as well. I don't want people to think this is only Bad news at town or You know that that family or were full characters and and really portrays him beautifully and You know his career You mentioned some of. His accomplishments really was amazing behind the wheel. So we certainly get all the good behind the scene stories of being at the racetrack. You know it's interesting to jay that al said that his dad big alan his late uncle bobby before he passed. Were kind of scared of this book. And what it might reveal it. Is there a reason for that. And if you're telling the truth is there a reason to be frightened of what becomes public you know. Are the answers very very private. People as is that. Why there's fear there I'm not sure about private. But they they felt like he was taking risks by admitting to so much. I see you know he. He's gone through so much. That was you know it was in all the tabloids and it made for you know sensationalism and and all of that. So it's not that this was a total secret that he had his struggles. But i think for them. It was emotional to see him in context. yeah you know where he he laid it all out you know. He really was very open about everything. So i i i think they're. They're being scared was concerned for him. But you know maybe he's Admitting to march or something but Alice vary Very headstrong from day. One about this is. This is my story and i want to be open about it. So there were days when he talked to them and then call me and say man. They're scared if i say this or that But i you know. I think that's just his family I don't know if being protective is the word they just. They're they are concerned That he you know he'll say things that people might hold against him. But yeah but you know. I i don't know i think that's a natural family. I suppose. Yeah we kinda care for each other you know. Bring him close and they're they're just they wanna make sure that You know this is handled well and so we'll see. I think people are to really appreciate that honesty or produces open the door. I'm encouraged by the various part. One with author j gerson his best selling book. Alan's our junior a checkered past from octane. Press due for an october release. We'll have part two with jade on the book next week on race. Line radio okay. Well let's prep for the final pitstop. Then we'll be back for.

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Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’

Daily Pop

00:30 sec | Last month

Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’

"Love the bodyguard. Well now it's getting a remake in fans are divided. Are you here for bodyguard or you know. You can't remake an iconic legendary film like this. I mean it grows over. Four hundred million in the worldwide box office. It was the best selling soundtrack of all time. We got heads for wendy. Used in what we don't need another kid whitney sing that song again and i don't want to hear it. Don't do it. Everyone's trying to do it all the time. Don't do it.

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DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade

Daily Pop

02:06 min | Last month

DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade

"Talk dancing with the stars controversy. It's igniting over whether or not olympia j deserves to be contested. She's a daughter of laurie. Lachlan and they've been wrapped up in this whole college admissions scandal. Now we just talked to host tyra banks who said give girl chance. Listen to this. Olivia jade super brave. I think she's super brave to come out. I think she's like i'm tired of people talking about me. It's time for me to tell my story. And i'm going to do it on national television and i'm going to do dancing with the stars. Ought to be right there with her helping her to tell her story. There's just so much tire knows about controlling that narrative also likes underdog to you know what i mean Yeah but she's she's like okay. This girl she's gone through it like we've been talking about it. She has been crucified for all of the things that she and her parents and whoever advise them did and you know i was a teenage. We were all teenagers once and we didn't make the best decisions all the time but we were on some crazy platform all the time. I mean maybe you guys were not all your rate. Also she was influenced by adults. She didn't make these decisions by herself. So errands told this was the thing to do because again they were advised to do that. And i think. And i said this two and a half years ago when we were talking about this this is starting to rival khloe interest with the amount of time. We've spoken about it. But they're from a very affluent area in los angeles. And i think that was part of the culture where every family was like. We're gonna get our kids in college and this is how you do it. Obviously that way of life is not acceptable and doesn't work in which is why the whole system came crashing down because you can't illegally get your kid into school but i don't think that they were necessarily bad people. I think they made bad decisions. Laurie has done her time. Masato has done his time. Is he still in prison. Urged their time like let the girl. The girl is how old twenty two years old not even like. I just feel like at some point. It's like an know even going to one tires like you know. She needs to tell her side of this. It's like what's her side of the story her parents and we're going to get you in to see. This is what you need to do. Do it when you're seventeen years old. Sixteen you listen to your

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Exploring The Halloween Party Murder of Arpana Jinaga

Spy Affair

02:34 min | Last month

Exploring The Halloween Party Murder of Arpana Jinaga

"The time of the halloween party in two thousand eight. Jay was in his thirties successful programmer. He lived in the seattle area but he kept in touch with a lot of friends. Back home including dr. Jim naga whose daughter had moved down the road from j to an apartment complex in redmond very beautiful girl betty brainy and all. She's very kidding. I noticed that you speak about her in the present tense. Yes yeah three days after the costume party at the valley view jay woke up. Walk downstairs checked his phone. He saw a bunch of miss calls from arpan his dad. He called dr genego back immediately and he could hear his friend was in a bad place. There was no sign of arben banana. She wasn't answering her phone. Her friends sri aletha couldn't get in touch with her either. J. hung up and tried arpanet himself. Nothing like calling back and saying that it's going to iceman and what are you going to do. you said. Can you go and check on her. Jade bandarban has pleased once before but all he remembered was that you had to walk up a set of stairs to the top floor to be honest. I don't even know the unit number. So that's why i took the steps then. I was knocking on the door and map for almost like thirty forty seconds. No one was there. Then i read then again not to play. That's what i saw that. I don't even know who he is. The guy j saw coming towards him was in his mid twenties. The goatee and sideburns. Average build and height was cameron johnson. Arpan is next door neighbor. And i asked him dino this he said yeah i know so. Ask him which lives by. Then mehan cameron. We both standing just in front of that apartment. J. push gently on the door and a bolt fell off. Someone seemed to have bashed it in. The lock was broken. And there were splinters. All around the chan- then. I talked to cavern. I asked like it looks like somebody broke her apartment. What the hell is going on right. So can you help me out. He said okay. Then we both went inside about. I was cut basically. Jay was yelling calling for our puna but no one was answering.

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"jade" Discussed on The Divine I AM

The Divine I AM

05:08 min | 2 months ago

"jade" Discussed on The Divine I AM

"Where we bring spiritual and metaphysical awareness from the heart to the public. And it's my pleasure today to introduce jade raider. She's an m. path whisper a multidimensional guide master energy alchemist and retreat leader. And she's created her very own healing modality clear channel technique and she's a passionate advanced master practitioner of the ancient hawaiian practice. Hoon allow a heya. Welcome welcome jade aloha. We saw low everyone so excited to be here to share today. Oh i'm so happy. So excited about this and i just want to give a little intro as to how i met jade. I met her through finding an article. About how highly sensitive people are often diagnosed or so say mis diagnosed with adhd and add and like me a so called on like so i was like oh i got to have you on here. And what's funny. Lisa is the marketing galahad at that time is like you can't write about things so far off topic and it is off topic. It's who i am when we share who we are. It really supports others in looking through a lens to see more and more of who they are right and we're so much more than we could ever imagine. And that's what's so exciting to me. It is it is. I'm just excited that you're here. I know a big impact. And i don't know how many other people that joined us. But it's like wow way. I didn't realize it till later in life. I didn't realize well i was always a super sensitive emotional drama queen child and adult and i think i was. It was two thousand and five. So i was thirty nine when an amazing practitioner that i met looked at me and said sweetie. You're an impact. And i'm like what's hemp. And she's her definition was at that time someone who feels other's emotions and feels others pain which i had my entire life yet. I believe it's much much more than that. We'll talk about that yet. Like you're saying you know you were quite a bit older when you figure it out. Your aunt pat about twenty five twenty six years ago. A gentleman named robert. I believe at least the the research that i've seen..

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"jade" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

04:49 min | 2 months ago

"jade" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"Go. I've got the amazing. Jade shoots with us here today We're gonna talk about a superfund topic today. Which is essentially essential oils for face. Care skin-care. I wanted to call it face care but it doesn't quite sound as romantic as bb skin care cosmetics. Or something but i do want to focus on the face and how we can take care of our beautiful skin. Four days to come easing essential oils so for those who are unfamiliar with jade. She's been with us before. She's one of my. Just i go to experts in the entire aromatherapy field. She's one of my favorite educators out there. She's empowering so many future generations of aromatherapy is with her school and courses she certifies aromatherapist. She's always concocting brilliant recipes up for her students and for her people So jade wanted to fill us in on the details around your business and what you do. And then we'll dive in right. So i am the founder director of education at the school for matic studies. and samantha shared. I do quite a lot of blending and formulating and making skin products. It's one of our Subjects that i feel the school specializes in using essential oils and other botanical ingredients for skin health And of course. Now as i mean i've always taken good care of my skin's but as a person menopausal women it's become even more crucial so Yeah so that's we're going to kind of dive into a lot of different ingredients. We can use Force taking cars the facial skin but of course all of our body as well but the face is exposed constantly to environment and So we wanna take Extra special care artificial skin so absolutely Is our largest organ. That's correct so we need to give it lots and lots of love. Let's start out with this kind of the why. Why would someone want to take the time to make their own skin. Care products out of essential oils. Or maybe they have the budget to go out and buy homemade or premade Facial care products that are incorporating essential oils into them. Already what are the advantages of that versus just like buying your skin care products off the shelf. Yeah i think the biggest reason to create a make your own skin care. Products is just having control over what ingredients are in it. It just allows you to be more creative in your selection of different ingredients And you know you know the quality. That's gone into that product that you've made so you know i i i. I do buy some products. You know from suppliers You know from a particular. Skincare line. That i personally enjoy but i tend to also make a lot of our own products. Be it for my son. My husband myself Yeah that would be the number one reason control over the quality what's gone into the product And it just feels great to know like you made something. Do you know for yourself. That's really nourishing whereas deny even like different lines. That could be you know Ingredients you would prefer not having on your skin or preservatives that you don't want to be using you know so yeah. I think that that would be the core of why. I think it's beneficial to make your products. There is something so empowering feeling about making your own products to an extent. I made this and i'm using it as it's a great feeling And it's fun to be kind of an alchemist. Well without the bottles and the oils and things like that. As far as the efficiency or efficacy of skin care have you. You've been a lot of different things over the years as far as what works better. Let's say off the shelf or homemade essential oils. Dc a big difference. There one of the biggest differences i would say in Homemade product versus buying product off. The shelf is the use of how much alcohol is in the product to not have been working with some premade. Cream sauce like Just because a lot of our students ask for you know what premade creams.

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"jade" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:19 min | 2 months ago

"jade" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"He's so there meghan ryan russell crowe movie. I bet there is in life. Call three days no at least saigon. An answer a yeah. I don't have one said three day. A great player. Sorry i mean. I look forward to us doing show tomorrow. Yeah and stick around. We'll do some plugs at the end. Jade okay okay. This is not thinking. I might just give you another with this. I just saw this movie. She's married adam sandler and then they go to hawaii. He's gotta hawk girlfriend moves. He's like really bad. The kid and some south happens in hawaii and man. I wish you could just go. I'm just gonna go with it. go with it. i don't know it's not just. Isn't it a crazy book because it's only two chapters movies. I said it already my bad though. No no no. I just all you have to use. Repeated go with discover the just go with it destroyed. I love the you know that much about that movie and you seem it does the title of it. Yeah i didn't go with it. That's why i don't know the title do do this. The blonde girls pretty hot. And then i was like no can't do atom. Sorry okay. So eric did anything else. Come to you in during that no you. I can't even though russell crowe movie. I can't think i know meg ryan. It doesn't sound familiar. I'm just picturing picturing their faces now which is probably throwing me off. It's not used to look like. I think i'm out man. I can't come up with anything. That's fair i mean. Thank you playing. And doug looks like he wants to talk but i don't wanna talk right now. It's my turn you talk the game's not right Okay just felt like you wanna say an answer really bad and it's my turn. I'm going to say proof of life. God okay three days. Not even close that i j view of us you i find. I've used my all right. Congratulations jay helped me a lot. I'll say that. I liked it just went with it. Let's let you start first. Jade what do you got to plug. What's come out new podcast. It's called jaded ice throughout the world. Famous comedy i'm not there. I do it from my closet now. So listen it's really fun. Gedid at the comedy store and tonight. I'm a bunch of shows on the road so look up. Jade caterpillar dot com jade instagram. Thank you guys for coming. Oh thank you winning first time on the show very excited and you know that when somebody wins on the show. They're invited back immediately. So i will be contacting you soon. Sweden we can maybe do one with you. Resume that we dug millard. I've got this cool. Podcast with is really cool. Guy doug benson when you started saying. I've got this cool. Podcast contrast.

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Simone Biles Is Back, Will Compete in Balance Beam Exercise Final

Tom and Curley

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Simone Biles Is Back, Will Compete in Balance Beam Exercise Final

"Steve Futterman is at the Olympics with something to look forward to. This week. Tuesday night here in Tokyo will be Simone Biles moment in the spotlight, the great American gymnast after withdrawing from five events here because of mental health concerns. Now says she will compete in the final women's gymnastics event, the balance beam competition, her teammate, Jade Kerry, very happy. It's going to be great to see her out there tomorrow and Jade. Kerry is very happy about something else as well. About the same time Biles made her announcement, Kerry won the gold medal in the floor exercise competition.

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Biles Coming Back to Compete in Beam Final

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Biles Coming Back to Compete in Beam Final

"In Tokyo will be Simone Biles moment in the spotlight, the great American gymnast after withdrawing from five events here because of mental health concerns. Now says she will compete in the final women's gymnastics event. The balance beam competition, her teammate, Jade Kerry, very happy. It's gonna be great to see her out there tomorrow and trade. Kerry is very happy about something else as well. About the same time Biles made her announcement. Kerry won the gold medal in the floor exercise competition. Steve Futterman CBS News at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, next, the latest on a

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Jade Carey Secures Gold in Floor Exercise at Tokyo Olympics

KTLA Morning News

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Jade Carey Secures Gold in Floor Exercise at Tokyo Olympics

"Spoiler us. Jim. Miss Jade. Kerry has taken the gold in the Olympic floor exercise final that when helping us stay in the lead Team USA has the most medals overall with 61 21 gold. China has 59 total medals, 28 gold and their season third with 50

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After 500 Days Without Cruising, Norwegian Cruise Line Is Back in Action With Greece Sailing

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

After 500 Days Without Cruising, Norwegian Cruise Line Is Back in Action With Greece Sailing

"Cruise line has officially resumed sailings. Norwegian jade set sail on a seven night cruise from pariahs greece on sunday marking the first norwegian ship to sail since last year. Jade is i or we shipped ever homeport in athens as well. Norwegian jade and you itinerary calls on crete rhodes. Mickey knows corfu in august holy. Next up norwegian encore is set to kick off the lions. Us sailing's with seven night sailings from seattle to alaska beginning on august seventh

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Las Vegas Welcomes Its Newest Casino: Resorts World

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

03:23 min | 4 months ago

Las Vegas Welcomes Its Newest Casino: Resorts World

"The big news at least coming out of vegas since our last episode is that resorts world has finally opened on the location. The old stardust hotel. Yeah and the initial reviews are pretty strong. Have you seen any pictures or videos of the pitchers and stuff. It looks very nice. It's got great review so far. I haven't heard anything bad other than you know the initial opening day. Well yeah issues you know. That's always a problem especially if you're trying to stay in the hotel there you know something that big i mean. They're just opening things are going to happen. Yeah the only issue i have is. Why didn't they call it stardust. Well i love that. I love the old star. Yeah even their logo was cool. They thought for vegas. That's the perfect thing. You know the start as well. I agreed stardust is maybe the great lost las vegas casino. That seems to be the one that always comes up. And i put that on my list to write. It just seems like the names of the casinos in the past. Were better the dunes. The stardust i mean you know resorts world. Yeah it's it's almost really isn't it it it. It sounds like a cheesy place but it's actually very nice. Knew nothing about it and somebody said oh resorts world. You're thinking great. A couple of our visa circle outdoor toilets. I mean that's what it sounds like. Why did they need to start us. This dune now they might not have had the right. Even the harass you know already exist. I mean names like that. You know a loudon in the sand. I don't know there's something about those names. Maybe we're jaded because we actually been to those places well from gambler standpoint. The interesting thing to us is that they are really pushing cashless wagering. There's been a lot of talk about that over the last few year right and they're really going all in at it now. What you do. Is you apply for their players club. And then you have an app on your phone like this virtual wallet and you put money on the wallet at their. I guess at their players club defined it. It's like having a marker yes very much like it's just like having a marker but someone can do it without getting a line of credit you can do for smaller amounts so you don't have a twenty thousand dollar marker you can put in two hundred dollars and the nice thing is you can use the slot used this virtual wallet to load money onto the slot right and then when you're done when you cash out you actually have a choice you can have it. Go have the balance. Go back on to your wallet right or you can just get a regular voucher. You know a ticket in ticket out voucher now. The thing that i found interesting is that you can also do that on table games so you could go up to a blackjack table use this virtual wallet right and then they give you real physical chips. You play blackjack scanner. Something i mean how does that work at the dealer pull out some scanner and or or maybe you run your phone over something but yeah it might have duct side. And then i'm sure they get some kind of feedback and they know how many chips to give you right and then again when you cash out right they'll either give you chips and you know you just go to the cashier as usual or they can put it back on the balance on your wallet or you can get a ticket in ticket out

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"Phone a Friend" with Mark Giangreco -Episode 054 - burst 13

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:17 min | 4 months ago

"Phone a Friend" with Mark Giangreco -Episode 054 - burst 13

"I was super serious about making it. Look like an intake serious I wanted to make a joke. And i wanted to make fun of everything and i'm a sarcastic you know person anyway really jaded cynical person and so after a while you know. The suspensions kept piling up but they kept resigning me. You know And i had a great career until kind of the culture that's established today court. It's sort of ended my run little prematurely. But i gotta tell you. I'm glad about had a tremendous career and i look back on all the fun. We used to have peggy you now and we sit in a press box We would laugh so hard will be like we were in class and the teacher would come in. Which would be the media. Purse the pr person for the team. And they're like you guys got to keep it down. that's yeah and that's the kind of stuff 'cause. We spent half our lives standing in a hallway locker room door over and are waiting for somebody to show up at a news conference and it just got silly and stupid and those are the times. I really relish sitting in the dugout challenge stories and everybody went and did their live shots and got their soundbites. And we're all very competitive and you know there's a little pushing and shoving but the best part was we're just sort of laughing at ourselves and laughing at the job that we

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A highlight from Standup Comedy "Mo Better Interview" with Comic Moe Betterman Show #70

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:31 min | 4 months ago

A highlight from Standup Comedy "Mo Better Interview" with Comic Moe Betterman Show #70

"John boyle was the the mc and hose. And the first one to you know. Give me a shot during stand up. You know the first five minutes of your stand up commuter and you'd think you're on fire you want to go on to carson after that He was the one was my comedy mentor in the beginning. It very beginning. Oh that's really cool. I know that when you came and started hanging out at my clubs. I immediately latched onto your talent. Not only are you a funny comic but just a you have a humorous personality. You find comedy and in almost any conversation in. I know that. I totally took advantage of her talents. I had u m c. Some of my shows you were An open mic or. You did some of my concerts some of the laps in the park. You were a big part of those early days allows unlimited hopefully like me. You have good memories of those times. You know what i don something. Everything's a new and fresh and in real before you get an all jaded and those were good times. Those were good times. You know Now when i go on stage you know. It's like a coal professional. Don't get nervous as back then as a kid. You're going to stay your nervous. All these jokes going through your head. Am i going to be funny today now. And i go and said i don't care i'm getting funny the a check long as the check times. Good you know sometimes comedies magic. Sometimes it's just a

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Paris Jackson says paparazzi caused her long-term trauma

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Paris Jackson says paparazzi caused her long-term trauma

"The trunk of a famous musician is talking about some of the challenges he's been facing usually when you think of posttraumatic stress disorder you think about being triggered by the sounds of bombs or bullets for Paris Jackson the sounds they give her anxiety all the rapid fire shutter clicks of paparazzi in an appearance on red table talk Michael Johnson's daughter says she still has what she calls auditory hallucinations whenever she hears a camera fire or sometimes hearing the rustling of a trash bag Paris Jackson says she's had therapy to address the long term anxiety and trauma from being the much photographed child of a celebrity she talks about her issues at the red table with willow Smith the daughter of will and jade a Pinkett Smith red table talk airs Wednesdays on Facebook watch I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Kelly Osbourne Opens up About Drug and Alcohol Addictions

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Kelly Osbourne Opens up About Drug and Alcohol Addictions

"TV personality Kelly Osborne says she was clean and sober for four years until she relapse this past April I marches are a letter with the latest Kelly Osborne tells actor jade a Pinkett Smith's online show red table talk she was waiting to meet someone by a pool and saw a couple enjoying champagne Osborne had a glass and it snowballed from there I was born so she's been battling drug and alcohol addiction since she was prescribed like it in after tonsil surgery when she was thirteen very quickly it went from like into poker seven Pocasset to talent eventually because it was cheaper

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The Silver Dollar Vine, Xerosicyos Danguyi

On The Ledge

01:38 min | 5 months ago

The Silver Dollar Vine, Xerosicyos Danguyi

"This week's show is really devoted to a little delve into one particular plant species the silver dollar vine. Zero six dangle dankali. It's an madagascar native that i picked up a couple of years ago now at the characters world live event and the i've rather fallen in love with this succulent foreign. So i hope you'll indulge me chatting to you about this plot for a few minutes in this episode but you know what it will be so much better if i had my plant in front of you. I'm talking so hang on a minute. I'm just gonna pop into the house and get my silver coin. Be right back just to yourselves. Did you miss me or back. Got my my zero six ios here. And what can i tell you about this plant. There are a lot of plants that reference money on their from plants that have coin shaped leaves like pilot pepperoni oevp's to plants. That are supposed to bring you good luck. In some way like precare aquatic and also the jade tree chrysler of autre but this plant is definitely in the camp of being named after the shape of its leaves because they really do look quite like coins. The mature leaves already quite thick and chunky. I would say there were good almost half a centimeter in depth and they all quite round.

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Washington Nationals Activate Stephen Strasburg From Injured List

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Washington Nationals Activate Stephen Strasburg From Injured List

"Nationals. Ace stephen strasburg set to return from a month long stint on the injured list today when he throws against the baltimore orioles us placed on the injured list five weeks ago with right shoulder inflammation cincinnati reds place infielder. Mike was stockists on the ten jade in ten day injured list thursday. With a right. He'll contusion

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2020 Draft Re-Grade: Western Conference

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:45 min | 5 months ago

2020 Draft Re-Grade: Western Conference

"All right will. Let's start with the minnesota timberwolves at the number one pick in the draft. They drafted anthony edwards one leandra bomar morrow twenty-three made a trade with the lakers that ultimately landed them jade mcdaniels at twenty eight. I give him a b plus on draft night and primarily digging them because they didn't take the top guy in my board. lamelo ball. Tony what did you think about draft on draft night. And what do you think about it. season later or. I don't remember what grades i gave. I know i gave a nor gave him a high grade For for anthony edwards But i'm going even higher. I'm going to give them in a For the address of our anthony which has been I think he's gonna turn out to be better than we thought. I think these He his rate of improvement over. The season has been Very very very noticeable. I think he's improved The one thing that that i want worried about going into the draft was his ability off the dribble. And i don't think he has any issues off the dribble He's he's a dog. I love how he gets after it. you know but one of the reasons why i wanna give minnesota at a is because of the practice jay mcdaniels You know he's he's exactly what i thought he was. Which is a guy who's losing with ability losing talent I was shocked at how good jay mcdaniels was. Defensively shocked

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"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice

The Mom Voice

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice

"Nerves that go into like the social life of a teen and even into college but when we're just owning ourselves and comfortable in her own skin and it's so true i mean jade has such a following and honestly you win those hearts over by just your fun loud singing personality jokes but you also just bare your soul and you have your off days in your quiet days and just your mom days and you're all and and you don't have to turn on and none of us do we just need to be our authentic selves and and just not have to feel like we have to work so hard to win. Someone's for too old for that. No we are. We are well and last thing. I want to wrap up on as as you're adjusting to your new normal. You know i mean. Did you find anything to be really helpful. Like finding the grocery store the bank like little run as yes. She knows all those you need to tell it. But she found her swig and she had like a spiritual experience. I less spiritual place for me as tell people a lot of our listeners have no idea what is what is so. Tell so. Sweet is just a soda shop. Essentially there's one in arizona. It started as a different name and merged with one. That's in utah. So now i also have my swag in my hometown and in my new town and i have a drink named after me at the soda shop which is my greatest. Had -ccomplish shopping shape. Keychain lauren willis actually my only friend who drinks my drink forced eighty. Two i say with nato. That's fine with us. She's truly story. No the date is my favorite drink. It's delicious. It's diet dr pepper with sugar free. Coconut and sugar free vanilla. Because if. I don't say that you're going to get a million questions about it. It's in a highlight with the whole story behind this image. Eight in my instagram feed. Because that's too long of a story but the quick story about moving here as we were house hunting so we were buying this family's business and i that they were going to be leaving their house but we didn't know if they were willing to rent it or sell it or what they needed so we went for a drive around last january so over a year ago now and we were looking for houses and we went in a bunch and all lackluster. At best you know. I just was not feeling inspired and so we had gone in this house that we're in and i felt super inspired and super excited to be in that house and i knew that that was the house and as we're driving a had to go to the bathroom and i said pullover this is we're not cova times. These were regular times. I have to go to the restroom and there was this week. I said well you go get. I'll go to the restroom and all of me. Jade i go in. And i use the restroom really quick and come back out and i say can see me. Jade and the girl goes. Oh my gosh are you. Jade and i go. Oh my gosh. I was so worried that i would be obsolete like this is so it's not just me. I've learned people think you're big personality. Your ego driven no. I'm actually not but everybody wants to be known we do It's the show cheers was so popular. I felt so at home when the girl knew who i was like i belonged in this town and to day. This is my swag that i go to..

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"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice

The Mom Voice

05:20 min | 5 months ago

"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice

"Ways to make. That work are color scheme. Essentially make sure we're not going to wild within the changes of color from our front room to our family room to our kitchen because those are open spaces when we close a door on a bedroom. Go wild have fun while. I'm very proud of myself. Jade because when i moved into my home three is at three years now. Lawrence about three years gray was all the trend. Everybody agree walls. And i had moved from a house with gray walls and i remember i wanted beige and grey came after beige and everybody hated over it but there was like this traditional grandma inside of me screaming and i'm not even kidding distress. That paint can cause own. Lauren knows he's over there. It was hard core. I went with my guy. And i went with what was going to make me happy and i love my bays and i know i have such an old traditional home filling no but i'd love it and it's comforting to me and i feel like it suits my soul and so yeah gartner guy remember when you pick the beige surprised. I did surprise surprise page and it didn't look bad but i was like. Oh i'm surprised. She's going with color on top of that. I had a white house which is even more all the rage yes. I paid a lot of money to cover up. The white beige ended everyone. Who was white to beige. But it's like what are you doing. And it's like a really warm beige and it looks very it's so welcoming so warm. So it's it's very my soft white light bulbs i'm so old software on the never blue light natural. I feel like i'm at walmart. Although i am not just mental just like a warm light. You know like a warm back to what you said on the open spaces. Isn't there like some sort of tip that if you're standing and where your eyes can see like it does need a correlated or connect or be the same or what what is that. Exactly yes if you can see it from one spot. I prefer to say like if everything's open to each other so even if it's a little bit compartmentalized. I do love to have a cohesive theme throughout the main areas of my home and not theme color theme.

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"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice

The Mom Voice

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"jade" Discussed on The Mom Voice

"Bennett here with us. Say hi j. Prefer ej venit everywhere. I go my children. Just referred to her as be jay bennett. She is one of a kind. She's amazing we have already been talking our ears off for over an hour and it's just never enough time but we are so excited to have you back. Jade jade is a mother of three and she is an interior designer and she helps you create a home that you live where you love. I wanted to say i did it. And she has an amazing course available. She's also owner of bff printshop. Which is just booming. So incredible and we're just so happy to sit down with you mainly today because you have made some big moves big changes in your life and we're gonna talk about kind of that adjustment period as a woman as a family all the things that go into it. They highs there. I'm just going no. You're fine. I'm going to dive right in so jade you recently relocated your family from arizona. Utah taught. let's go there while you're in utah. We recorded in utah on onside. This is so fun. Be so fancy that you came to me outside knew walkers through like what led to the decision and i mean how did you get here. Honestly how did i get here. I know it was big big. Lauren knows because she's in our group of girlfriends whom like raised each other through these last years of our lives. Not quite sure how. I walked away But the good news about being adult is. You don't really walk away from the people that you've collected in your life but we ended up in utah so sort of guided here. I guess is the word. I would say a couple years ago when we were here. We felt a stirring how i would describe it like this is a police. We could actually live which was so contrasting to my experience as a twenty eighteen year olds here going to byu for the summer. I'm thinking i'm never living in this town. This is a very stifling place to live coming here..

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Biracial Identity With Actress Jade Ma

Model Majority Podcast

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Biracial Identity With Actress Jade Ma

"Jade ma welcome to the model majority podcast today. Thanks for having me here all right so we have a lot to talk about. Get into your current acting projects and also talk about some current affairs. If you will. But i want to start with your personal background a little bit so people know. Get to know a little bit about you as a person love to hear. Where did you grow up in of. How did you grow up. So i was born and raised in hong kong to british father and chinese mall and Yeah i lived there for seventeen years until i moved to the uk for university there for five years and then moved out to canada. Okay and a what was it like growing up by racially but also a hopping around different places in the world. You know growing up in a very different societies and cultures was really interesting so growing up in hong kong. I found myself in this place. Where because i was mixed. I wasn't quite enough of either to be considered part of either community. So i in asian enough for the local chinese community. But i wasn't wide enough to be part of the white exit community. Luckily for me there is a fairly large community of mixed people in hong kong. Do just like international nature of the city. So i still like grew up around quite a few people who were like me Moving to the uk. That was immediately like berry different. I was immediately viewed as chinese rather than as mix just. Because i know present quite chinese to most people Especially if they haven't been around many biracial like chinese mixed people right So when i moved k. That became quite a big part of my identity to other people

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Creating Your Environment With Aromatherapy

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Creating Your Environment With Aromatherapy

"Today. We're excited to talk to jay baldwin about creating your environment with aromatherapy jade. Thank you so much for being here with us today. Thank you any ongoing very privileged to be here so the first question i want to ask about this topic is i think one that a lot of people have and that is what is aromatherapy. Where does it come from. I still well any Aromatherapy is a modern name for a practice that has been around. For a long time it's basically using aromatic compounds such as essential oils from plants. It's been used by humans. For thousands of years the essential oils are the steeled and cold press aromatic compounds found in the leaves. The flower grind and bach of the plants as different plants produce different types of essential oils. As what's we learn. What each one does we can use it for. Whatever it is that we need. So the ancient civilizations such as greece rome china arabian in-depth of used aromatherapy and religious ceremonies and rituals. We can even find a examples of aromatherapy in the bible. Who's well. I'll give you an example. Actually the babylonians and the assyrians that would then frankencense during their religious ceremonies because the warming aroma of the oils of So that's what they use for me. Any i'm vietnamese of heritage. No when i was growing up. I didn't realize that my family did aromatherapy until thought about forbid. My mom used to boil up gross and eucalyptus leaves in sixers ryan's in a pot and then made me smell the steam and it was for me growing up in australia but it really helped.

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Sharon Stone reveals Surgeon increased her Breast size without her consent: 'He thought I would look better with bigger Boobs'

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Sharon Stone reveals Surgeon increased her Breast size without her consent: 'He thought I would look better with bigger Boobs'

"Stone is alleging surgeon increased. Her breasts is without permission so in a new book she went in to have surgery to remove a benign tumor and when she woke up the doctor had given her bigger breasts at least warn fuller cup size bigger. She was not happy about it and he said he did it because he thought they would look better. We'll who's telling this who's telling the truth. You're like this like i hate. I hate being the judge here. But i feel like i have to be the judge like i don't wanna think sharon put a little lion her book but the subtly very strange about this story. String time big to clean your teeth and you come out with with a new with new knows those rug about this sharon. The story is an audience

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"jade" Discussed on The Bag System - Dissociative Identity Disorder

The Bag System - Dissociative Identity Disorder

05:56 min | 8 months ago

"jade" Discussed on The Bag System - Dissociative Identity Disorder

"It's our somewhat magical unicorn of an episode because in has a one hundred percent download rate so drop over there after and don't break that algorithm. Listen to the end then. Hit the subscribe wherever you listen from. Today we are speaking with. Jade miller appear who also lives as multiple. We invited her to demonstrate for you. What a session with a peer support specialist is like. You may recognize. Jesus name from her book series. Dear little ones this episode can be relevant to you regardless of if you have d. o. s. t. or not as it shows what you might expect in how pure support might work for you dayton. It's about to get intense alternate personalities. Funny when if none of this is real. How do you feel.

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"jade" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"jade" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"Welcome to Good Girls Talk About Sex. I'm sex educator and sexual communication coach Lia carry and this is a place to share conversations with all sorts of women about their experience of sexuality. These are unfiltered conversations between adult women talking about sex. If anything about the previous sentence offends, you can't turn back now. And if you're looking for a trigger warning, you're not going to get it from me. I believe that you are stronger than the trauma you have experienced. I have faith in your ability to deal with things that upset. You sound good. Let's start the show. Today will meet Jade a 51 year old cyst gender female who describes herself as white bisexual monogamous in a relationship and the mother of two children who are still living at home. She's had two miscarriages and still gets irregular. She describes her body as Slender agreed not to be a guest on the show demonstrates a special kind of Courage the courage to be vulnerable and as honest as you know, how to be in that moment. That's why I love it so much when listeners contact me and say they'd like to do an interview J did exactly that for me. There is no greater confirmation of the work that I'm doing then offering that people who are listening want to be a part of it. So if you're listening and thinking you'd like to do an interview with me, please go to Leah Carrie, Yep. Slash guest I'd love to talk with you and now I am so pleased to introduce Jade. Thank you so much for being with me. You are a listener to the show who let me know that you wanted to be interviewed. And as you know, that is my favorite thing. So thank you so much for being here today. You're very welcome. I'm excited. Awesome. So let's start where we always start. What is your first memory of sexual pleasure? I was about ten years old and it was summer time. I was on a swim team in my neighborhood and in the clubhouse in the girls locker room. There was a sauna I was the last one to leave and I don't know what gave me this idea and it wasn't even on a it was just a dark empty room and I remember laying down on the floor. There was a little window so I had a little bit of white and I had a crush on a boy at school and I it was my first sexual fantasy. Basically my ten year old version of a sexual fantasy. I pictured him in the room with me kneeling next to me facing me while I was laying on my back and I had my swimsuit on and in my mind he was clothed his dressed and it was the best most very simple, you know, there was no I'm talking in what I was imagining. I think he touched me gently somewhere on my body and it wasn't even necessarily what we would think of them as adults as sexual touch, but there was just like this. Warm feeling throughout my whole body and I remember feeling aroused and wanting him to touch me in whatever. I thought of at that time at my young age as a sexual touch and I'm not even sure what that was. But yeah, and I remember thinking I hope no one sees me in here because it's so strange. I'm laying on the floor and the Sono by myself. Yeah, that's my first memory of sexual pleasure boss. So it was just laying on the floor. You weren't masturbating or touching yourself wasn't touched I myself. I was just completely still what an interesting and such a clear memory. Yeah. I know and I hadn't thought of that in a very long time until I started listening to your podcast and hearing you ask everyone. What was your memory of your first sexual experience and thought that's what That's what it is. Well, so was there a point at which those sort of I don't I don't want to say romantic fantasies but not the fantasies that involve someone touching you at what point did that bridge to you recognizing that there were parts of your body that you could touch and feel pleasure. Oh my gosh, Well, we'd have to jump a number of years ahead transition to the my first memory of masturbating. My mom used to recommend books to me as a kid. Some of them were famous books some he had read and when I was probably about thirteen so maybe eighth grade She gave me the Clan of the Cave Bear you remember that book? Oh my God, not only do. I remember it. That was the first book I masturbated to wage that's amazing. I have literally maybe told this story to a couple of people over the years like lovers or my ex-husband. I can't even remember. But anyway, so there's a scene in the book where the main character ala I think is her name Meats. The handsome and also injured human that's her same type of human and The evolutionary scale, right? So he's been raised by some down there by the cro-magnons even sure if I'm saying that right so they she tends to his wounds and they have this chemistry and kind of fall for each other and they have there's this incredible passionate sex scene that I can't remember now because I'm fifty-one and I was thirteen when I read that but it really turned me on and I remember I was in my bedroom and no one had ever talked to me about masturbation. Not four girls. Maybe I knew that boys touched their penises thought I might have known that but I have zero memory of Any exposure through other books or movies or I didn't I don't have any sisters. I wasn't really close to other girlfriends for many years as a child. So I didn't have girl. I was talking to about masturbation or sex or anything, but I had this large teddy bear. I straddled the teddy bear on my bed and just prep my sex Parts against the teddy bear kind of thrusting and moving and I had an orgasm. Yeah, that is amazing because that book stands in my memory. I remember the scene you're talking about but that's not actually the one that was for me..

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"jade" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"jade" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"Welcome to Good Girls Talk About Sex. I'm sex educator and sexual communication coach Lia carry and this is a place to share conversations with all sorts of women about their experience of sexuality. These are unfiltered conversations between adult women talking about sex. If anything about the previous sentence offends, you can't turn back now. And if you're looking for a trigger warning, you're not going to get it from me. I believe that you are stronger than the trauma you have experienced. I have faith in your ability to deal with things that upset. You sound good. Let's start the show. Today will meet Jade a 51 year old cyst gender female who describes herself as white bisexual monogamous in a relationship and the mother of two children who are still living at home. She's had two miscarriages and still gets irregular. She describes her body as Slender agreed not to be a guest on the show demonstrates a special kind of Courage the courage to be vulnerable and as honest as you know, how to be in that moment. That's why I love it so much when listeners contact me and say they'd like to do an interview J did exactly that for me. There is no greater confirmation of the work that I'm doing then offering that people who are listening want to be a part of it. So if you're listening and thinking you'd like to do an interview with me, please go to Leah Carrie, Yep. Slash guest I'd love to talk with you and now I am so pleased to introduce Jade. Thank you so much for being with me. You are a listener to the show who let me know that you wanted to be interviewed. And as you know, that is my favorite thing. So thank you so much for being here today. You're very welcome. I'm excited. Awesome. So let's start where we always start. What is your first memory of sexual pleasure? I was about ten years old and it was summer time. I was on a swim team in my neighborhood and in the clubhouse in the girls locker room. There was a sauna I was the last one to leave and I don't know what gave me this idea and it wasn't even on a it was just a dark empty room and I remember laying down on the floor. There was a little window so I had a little bit of white and I had a crush on a boy at school and I it was my first sexual fantasy. Basically my ten year old version of a sexual fantasy. I pictured him in the room with me kneeling next to me facing me while I was laying on my back and I had my swimsuit on and in my mind he was clothed his dressed and it was the best most very simple, you know, there was no I'm talking in what I was imagining. I think he touched me gently somewhere on my body and it wasn't even necessarily what we would think of them as adults as sexual touch, but there was just like this. Warm feeling throughout my whole body and I remember feeling aroused and wanting him to touch me in whatever. I thought of at that time at my young age as a sexual touch and I'm not even sure what that was. But yeah, and I remember thinking I hope no one sees me in here because it's so strange. I'm laying on the floor and the Sono by myself. Yeah, that's my first memory of sexual pleasure boss. So it was just laying on the floor. You weren't masturbating or touching yourself wasn't touched I myself. I was just completely still what an interesting and such a clear memory. Yeah. I know and I hadn't thought of that in a very long time until I started listening to your podcast and hearing you ask everyone. What was your memory of your first sexual experience and thought that's what That's what it is. Well, so was there a point at which those sort of I don't I don't want to say romantic fantasies but not the fantasies that involve someone touching you at what point did that bridge to you recognizing that there were parts of your body that you could touch and feel pleasure. Oh my gosh, Well, we'd have to jump a number of years ahead transition to the my first memory of masturbating. My mom used to recommend books to me as a kid. Some of them were famous books some he had read and when I was probably about thirteen so maybe eighth grade She gave me the Clan of the Cave Bear you remember that book? Oh my God, not only do. I remember it. That was the first book I masturbated to wage that's amazing. I have literally maybe told this story to a couple of people over the years like lovers or my ex-husband. I can't even remember. But anyway, so there's a scene in the book where the main character ala I think is her name Meats. The handsome and also injured human that's her same type of human and The evolutionary scale, right? So he's been raised by some down there by the cro-magnons even sure if I'm saying that right so they she tends to his wounds and they have this chemistry and kind of fall for each other and they have there's this incredible passionate sex scene that I can't remember now because I'm fifty-one and I was thirteen when I read that but it really turned me on and I remember I was in my bedroom and no one had ever talked to me about masturbation. Not four girls. Maybe I knew that boys touched their penises thought I might have known that but I have zero memory of Any exposure through other books or movies or I didn't I don't have any sisters. I wasn't really close to other girlfriends for many years as a child. So I didn't have girl. I was talking to about masturbation or sex or anything, but I had this large teddy bear. I straddled the teddy bear on my bed and just prep my sex Parts against the teddy bear kind of thrusting and moving and I had an orgasm. Yeah, that is amazing because that book stands in my memory. I remember the scene you're talking about but that's not actually the one that was for me..

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"jade" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"jade" Discussed on The Good Problem

"The. Good problem formerly, Newman's do-gooder is podcast series unpacking sticky doing good. You'll hear me Leigh Matthews getting curious about the ethics of doing good the dangers of doing good and how to do better at doing. Good. I've been working doing good sector for the last fifteen years. In that time I set up an engine. Cambodia on a whole bunch of awards. burt-out had two children learned a lot of lessons set up a consulting company. Founded the rethink orphanages network traveled the world written a book and spoken to audiences globally. You can find me at www dot. Lee Matthews Dot Com. How is something we consume or participate in every day? Every podcast we listen to book read TV show will movie is a piece of art. A lot of the time we don't even realize that we are participating in a at all. The value of funding the aunts is often debated particularly when that funding competes with funding for issues such as homelessness healthcare or family violence in Australia funding is diminishing the federal level and in some states to. I invited jade. Lily who is head of sector development at the Estrella Council for the arts to chat with us today about the role plays in our everyday lives, how it can be used as an effective tool to address social issues and also the complexities surrounding the funding and delivery of arts projects in Australia and RV's particularly in in international development context jade is nine for her work as a leader executive facilitator and specialist in community engagement she has been recognized for her thought leadership in receiving the Sidney Myer. Creative. Fellowship in Twenty eighteen following her role as director and CEO at Footscray, community. Out, center. while. Jade is held a number of leadership roles roles across the sector. She's primarily nine and respected for his skills and expertise in strategy governance and her commitment to collaboration cultural leadership and advocacy in championing diversity and access. She has lived and worked in regional remote and metropolitan contexts across the trailer in Southeast Asia. Jade is also curator and editor of the book. The relationship is the project. Welcome to the good problem podcast jade thankfully could survey here. It's great to have you jade and going to jump right in and ask you something I asked all my guests. What does the idea of doing good mean to you personally. I think for me. It's about easing whatever sphere of influence you have to make the most of that for other people whether you have shed lived experiences with. Nice communities or giant opening doors wherever possible making sure that you're leveraging utilizing your networks capabilities especially can. Be a better world..

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"jade" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit

Unpack The Pursuit

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"jade" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit

"Where just allowing it to exist as part of the experience for sure. I think that helps wage. Patterns to like if you keep say it's a networking event and you're afraid of social experiences and you keep retracting back like how you ever going to get over it. You know, it's a pattern that you're going to keep in greeting with anxiety. May I have a fear of heights and I decided that when I was studying abroad I was going to do all the things to test my fear of heights. So I went to apply neg I went off is it parasailing was and I just did anything to kind of challenge that I took my first flight in 2015 cuz I was scared of heights and so it's just like challenging that and now I like love to travel and you know, I realize something new about myself and then I always tell people to go to therapy to cuz you know that person is trained to help you and figure out, you know, help you unpack the things about yourself that you may not realize one of my favorite things that I learned in therapy. Is that do you have anxiety anxiety does not suck. What does unpack the pursuit main to you? I've been waiting to answer this question since I started working with you guys. So super excited me unpack them for super me. I have like a really huge emphasis on the unpacking part. I told you guys I recently started journaling which it has helped me like really go through every single emotion experience and really dive into what's happening in my life. But I think it's really just like being honest with yourself being honest about who you are or emotions and expect to get at that moment. So whether you feel good or bad about it, just you know, take it at face value, but it's also accepting who you want to be in the future and then the Society of birth to unpack it all these wild experiences before you get there. So if you keep avoiding that unpacked Luggage in the closet, I promise you the stench will seat belt and the sample best open to where it will liquid. Other places in your life. So you might as well start the dirty work and get it over with but even when you're hopeless, even when you're in the valley of Despair, there is a fight in all of this and you gotta unpack the pursuit to be a fact. I love that that question is always so wonderful to me like say happy to be in a part of it. We're so happy that you're out of a job my God. I love you guys. Do do we do some pretty cool shit and we have the luxury of talking to each other all the time, which is amazing because we're an amazing group of people but we have the luxury of learning from the guests that we have on our show and learning from the listeners that listen every time we post an episode and took a few people when I'm talking about the masses here yet, but I'm just saying like the community is tight and the community is looking for Meaningful and deep relationships and communication and conversations and Ed. That brings me so much joy, and I'm just talk about gifting Grace and talk about gratitude. Like I'm full of it full of it being on this show with you guys. I love it. Yeah, and I think in our home to reach people that are going through these same things, so going back to the episode of recording right now with Jade, like people who have been in abusive relationships people have struggled with anxiety growing up people who are from we're all from different like cultures and backgrounds like how they have struggled with their inviting how that's different. Like we hope to touch those people to show that like you're not alone in that there's a way out and about there's people here to support you. Thank you so much Jade for coming on and sharing your story being vulnerable. Thank you. You guys are like awesome. Thank you for helping me through this because I couldn't have done it without for those of you that want to connect with Jade. You can find her on Instagram at J. Cole or on Twitter Jade fails. You can also find your on impact the pursuit cuz she's managing our account. So if you want to say hello over there make sure you do and thanks again for tuning in to unpack the pursuit you guys are so awesome. And we love that you're part of life story and the storytelling Journey if there's anything you'd like to hear about or if you want to share your story. Please reach out to us via Instagram at unpack the pursuit or you can email us unpack the pursuit at gmail.com. And if you loved this episode, feel free to leave us a review on Apple podcast. Ladies. Thank you. That's a wrap..

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"jade" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit

Unpack The Pursuit

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"jade" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit

"So today we're going to dive into Jade's journey and talk about the importance of giving yourself Grace. We're going to unpack this with Jade obviously and she's our new marketing partner. You probably already know that because our Instagram is so thanks Jade lady who feeds her graduate an awesome aunt and passionately thoughtful human and I can attest to all of those except for the awesome Aunt so I wanted to ask you that I love that awesome aunt is part of your identity. So why is that true? Well, you know, I have a niece and nephew. It's really funny cuz my brother's thirteen years older than me, so we weren't really close until I turned Twenty-One and I was an adult. Yeah, they're just really dead. Kids I'm closer in age to my nephew, which is really funny. I just have like a really good relationship with them. I'm like the fun on you know, they always come talk to me and I think that I don't have kids of my own a little too young in my opinion for that. I don't know how to explain it. They're just I adored them and I think of them as like my own little babies and I take pride in both of them. They're super awesome kids and I hope that I'm half the parent that my brother is and I hope that my kids are just as awesome them. That's so awesome. I love that I do too. He's Jade welcome to the podcast Lord have mercy thank you J was nervous before coming on but like obviously it's so nerve-wracking home, you know and Natalie I first started this podcast. We were like, yeah, we want to get other people on this podcast for sure. We want other people to tell their stories, but we want to tell our stories too and Natalie months ago told him. Story, I have yet to come the table with anything that I want to be vulnerable about. So it's a scary thing. It's not easy and as the facilitators of the Q&A, it's like way easier your life is really like pulling out vulnerabilities and it's kind of a more fun position to be in where as the person like giving not energy up that's exhausting and hard and scary thing is I already felt like I'm you know, like being put on the spot and a good way but like I definitely had to go take that break and get a glass of wine cuz I was like, I definitely can't do this over. So cheers to that. Okay, so guys like we send the beginning Jade has joined our team recently. We are so excited and happy about it and she's really hit the ground running if you guys have checked out her social media lately. I mean, I'm just blown away cuz I don't even know how to do half the ship that she does so rad what I've been loving that she's done is she's been asking a lot of questions and just posting random things on her page and she recently posted one about her struggles. Anxiety which I resonate a lot with and I'm sure a lot of our listeners do would you just share your journey through this and where the anxiety if you even know that it stems from so when I was younger my parents always described me as an anxious child. I was like always worrying about things that had matter and overthinking every small little detail whether it was like a test berth or you know, like my socks didn't light, you know, the little wine and your socks that they weren't across my toes the right way. So it was just like little stuff like that and it kind of like snowballed into high school and throughout College. I thought it was normal until I had a panic attack. I was in a mall parking lot and I started hyperventilating and I couldn't force myself to get out the cart. So I called my mom crying and I couldn't figure out to drive myself home either because I was just paralyzed with anxiety and fear. So it kind of like stemmed from there but dead. No, it kind of Grew From early on in childhood this hard stuff to talk about it is it is it didn't occur to me that was hard to talk about until like we started recording but then I was like, hey, maybe this isn't just overthinking. Maybe it's a lot deeper than that. So like just recently I also realize that a lot of my anxiety stems from my existence, but that's kind of hard to realize to you cuz I like grew up in high school and I had all white friends and then I went to college and I had like all white roommate being black in America and like being a black woman in America. It's like double the reason to like constantly have anxiety. I'm like always like worried about it worried about the safety of my loved one kind of looking over my shoulder. If you will, there's like an added layer because mental health is not like a topic we talked about in the black community. It's like really tab. Even in my family. I'm the first person who is diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorders. I don't know. It's like weird. I don't have anybody to share that with my family has had experiences in the past with anxiety too. It's just like nobody went to the doctor for it or whatever in the black community were not afforded the luxury of exploring our feelings either. We're kind of supposed to be the strong ones. So it's different. I'm very passionate about being vocal about my mental health because I know I'm not the only one who's struggling with it. So yeah so long did ship hit the fan in your life 2015. I was in an abusive relationship and I didn't realize it until I was actually in the midst of it. It took a trip to the emergency room to actually realize. Oh, hey, you need to get out of the situation. It took me forever to realize this isn't healthy. You probably you should be getting the hell out of them. Was crazy cuz it was like physically abusive. It was mentally abusive. I didn't okay. I'm starting over exact take a deep breath. But I hey, do you know that we love you so much. I love you guys. This is like hard stuff. Yeah, it is hard. So yeah, it took his roommate like had to suck carry me out the house get my roommate to drive me to the emergency room. I called my best friend. I didn't even tell my parents until like a year after it happened, So I had to hang on to all of that and not you know, like pretend everything was okay. That's what it really hit the fan. But I tried to pretend like everything was fine. And dandy. How old were you I was twenty I think and that was like my first serious relationship outside of high school like High School. I think count in my opinion and it was like somebody and that had met my family somebody I thought was going to marry somebody that I thought was going to spend the rest of my life with and took it kind of I don't know like Shucks everything. I thought knew about myself everything. I thought I knew about like friends loved ones. I like kind of avoided everybody. So like I don't know how many like social events. I've missed during.

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"jade" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit

Unpack The Pursuit

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"jade" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit

"Jade is in the house Jade. Welcome to the podcast for the first time ever thought. Oh my God. Are you all happy to have you and I'm super excited. Yeah. It's going to be a lot of fun. I'm excited. We've got our wine. We've got our shity internet and we've got our microphones. That's really all we need to get this party started. Amen. I love it. How is everyone doing? I'm good. How are you guys? Good. Good. Maybe how are you is not a good question. Like what was like your best part of your day today? I sent cookies to my coworker who started his new position today. So that was fun. Nice cookies. Were they have you ever heard of Tiff's Treats? Oh my gosh. I always get people tip streets to their bomb. So it was never heard of that. I think it's I think it's a Southern Company there around Nashville and stuff. Yeah. I think started in Austin birth. They're like the best cookies ever and so even though he was on a diet. He was super excited. So nice. I know he was probably like I hate you but love you as well. Right Natalie. What was the best part of your day off worked outside for like most of this morning and I'm in Tahoe. I don't know the sun shining down the trees. It was just a nice way to start the day off with my cup of coffee and then my friends that were staying let us a really nice breakfast and that was awesome. Honestly miles. What about you? I am house sitting right now. I told you guys that earlier and I'm house-sitting because there is a cat his name Gaston and I everytime say his name on like Gaston. I can't sit. Normally. I don't know why and he's been pretty scared of me since I got to the house last night. He's kind of just like wage doing in my house like what's happening and when I got home from the gym today, he like came running to the door and he like started cuddling with my legs and rubbing up against the side of me and I was like guess you're so sweet. We're friends. Now. I know so I do feel good about that. He's still not eating which is kind of problematic and scary but I think he's just trying to figure out where his parents went. Yeah, So that was the best part of my day Jade you've ever been on the podcast before so this is like super new and exciting. Yeah. So we're going to be talking about gifting yourself Grace. And so I thought it would be worth before we dive into Jade story and the theme of today's episode. I thought be a good idea to do a little round robin about just a time that we gifted ourselves Grace this week. So something that's top of something that happened this week. Yeah, and now did you want to start off I had a call. So I live with this woman named Lucy and Yuma. She's a psychic medium. She's been wanting to like have a conversation with me the past few weeks cuz I've been really going wild appear like just obviously enjoying nature but enjoying drinking and going out also a little too much so she could just like sense that and she was like, we need to have a phone call log. She kind of trailed into me a little bit which is totally fine because I can handle it. I was pretty you know upset with myself at first after the call. Just like wow, I've been like really going off. So I just kind of like sat down with myself and just get some yoga and just like, you know, you're doing like what you can and you know where you want to go and you just needed to like have some time and space to enjoy life a little bit long as you've been living in Yuma with pretty much not a lot of people around you so I kind of just have to reground myself and cuz we can be where owners critic and it's easy to be really hard on ourselves, especially when a when we feel like we're not doing a lot and so I just kind of had to to grab myself back into being like, you know, you're doing like the best that you can you're fine. You're okay. Everything will work out its life. You have a friend in your life that can push you a little bit and challenge you when need to challenge Jade. How about you I think since I'm back in the office, it's been a struggle. I've maybe or may not have wage. Honestly Pat my desk but you know just like giving myself that you know, like it's like hey you've been for love or four months. So it's okay that you know, you're struggling to get back into that routine in office and you know, just, you know being easy on myself because I'm always like trying to like live up to my own standards and trying to be a perfectionist which we're trying to get rid of those things but it's a process so is the day-to-day thing I guess. Yeah, totally feel that I love that. I feel like a probably lot more people are struggling with that than we know having so much time of month not working and then going back to very that's a huge change. Yes, and it was like instant like oh, hey you've been off all this time and it's like you're back Monday through Friday 8 to 5. So it's been an adjustment for sure about you malls. There's a boundary with gifting yourself Grace, right if you're doing it over and again and you gift yourself Grace every single time and it's not maybe it's not a mistake, but maybe it's not necessarily something that birth. You Joy or makes you feel good. Then that's not something you want to gift yourself Grace about what I bring that up because I think struggle with that a little bit like getting into these habits where I'm like this isn't make money. Great for instance saying up for a couple hours past the time. I want to go bed kind of scrolling through my phone and waking up the next morning and being tired and being like, well you really shouldn't be on your phone that much you really should plug your phone in across the room and but it's okay like, you know, you'll get there and I'm like, well, will you not if you keep doing it, so it's like I think about Roman says I give my ass a lot of Grace for my phone time and screen time and yet I think sometimes giving myself Grace for that is like not the greatest strategy. But as face I did give myself Grace this week was this wage and with my girlfriend because I thought had a UTI and I told her and she was like, oh my gosh take this pill like I take it all the time and it's totally fine. And and I was like, okay and I took it and I didn't do any research. With a pill wise and all of a sudden I break out in hives and I have a rash all over my body. You know, the only thing I took that was like out of the norm was this hill and all of a sudden I do a quick five-second Google search. It's not the most recommended brand by the FDA. Let's just put it that way because there's a lot of side effects and so I was up for like hours down a rabbit hole. I am like, why would do that? Why would I like just kind of like really like beating myself up about it? And I got to a point. This is okay. You're fine and maybe next time do a quick Google search and you'll be okay. But that's too funny. Yeah, I know and I'm still struggling with it right now. So if you see me itching like this, that's my gosh. I feel like I've done that before too where someone's just like here's something and I'm like, oh, okay. I can go down to Mexico whenever I want and get medication. So I've just fucking slammed penicillin because I've thought had something and I'm like whatever and then I'm looking it up and I'm like, what am I doing wrong? Someone just told me to take that. She's not a doctor and I'm like sure thing like penicillin what the fuck ever and then I'm like, whoa. Oh, okay. Yeah, so like Grace given and also and learned. Yes, given Lessons Learned.

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"jade" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

X Factor Roping Podcast

10:20 min | 1 year ago

"jade" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

"In between he rode came in some road. Snip some before he bought him and just it just felt like all four. We were just something in the time. I had rope with Chad and Klay cougars my hero and I'm just like man. This is greatest. This I fought Rodeo with be like growing up like this is the coolest thing who would ever thought. I get buddy champ. You know what I mean and just driving with them. Just listen I mean he told the stories and this guy's an actual guy. He's not he's he's doesn't walk with a sheep where road he's he's actually a dude as he's yeah he's a person so this is this is awesome. I WANNA know. I'm like a little kid asking him a thousand questions today and And the people don't get to see you know I mean they just see what everybody else at home. Ccc The standing see the Pictures. And Whatever magazine. But you don't know what's going on you know we don't know the bad times and who's WHO's not catching who's missing. Who's WHO's just wearing himself out trying to figure out their problem and then show up at the finals in both do and then eleven hundred dollars separation between those two teams. It's like I wanted to all of us to win it or none of us to win it right. You know what I mean like. Just let us all forego out there or somebody else go. I've been thinking about this and you can tell me. Your opinion. I don't I don't I've just been thinking about it pretty hard because I saw this year in the cafe open haven won the world right and into the going into the last round it was so tight and then there was two or three kaffirs may not think. Tyson durfee tough Cooper and. I don't know Shane but I I think Tyson for sure and I think tough. I'm not positive but they use guys kill them all year long and the last few weeks just went home if they stay out there and Rodeo there the world champ and you tell me the first thing that you said his Rodion all year start finish. That goes into doing all you can do. Well I mean if you if you pull up and like man I'm just GonNa I'm GonNa go home and take a break or whatever and haven so hey hats off to this guy. I mean you can. You can try it that way but to me like if it's me and you don't win it you can't be really that Matt someone else. You know what I mean like you you. That's another one of those things like when I was talking about like be. Okay with the with the outcome. Yes this is how you want to try it. And you don't win it well you could have went to ten more rodeos and who knows what happened then a couple of thousand more. Yeah you can't be mad at the guy that goes to all of them and ends up ahead of you will thank you. Yeah well I think that's so it goes to these decisions that you make if you go home it's gotta be because it makes sense because you can justify it might be went home because he only had one horse. I I don't know how many or anything but you know he's like hey. I won't Horse Ready for the finals. I could go put together these other horses and I can manage it. Well that makes sense because that's probably a good finals. But if he knows in his heart he's man if I would've finished the year out of probably world now. He's gotTa live with that he doesn't have to say it and I think that's you say to me. You can tell the guys that happens to be because of the next year right like when they look like the soccer out there trying too hard the next year you can tell that's not from just this year mother in this. Yeah this is. This is a fire that got. That's already burning the now. It's a wildfire spreading everywhere that he's running from. You know I mean to not let happen again. And that's that's kind of I mean I don't know if that's the way to look at things or not but I just feel like because you can see certain times of the year like they get interviewed or something and some of the stuff they say. It's like this guy's not talking about this. Rodeo or he's not talking about today he's talking about six months ago he's trying to stop now he's got something else on your mind and and it's good if you can use it in a positive way wins but that's that was just something. I I've thought about 'cause I've you know I've always tried to manage my money in and you know for me. I learned it one year to the Logan Midland and after the fourth of July. We haven't won much as I would. If we just kind of circuit Rodeo and went to a few more to try to put some money together and then we'll be ready to go and that that was my mindset and he's like well let's just do something different and so we've finished out till the twenty fourth and we the twenty four th. We won seventeen thousand the last week we we had one seventeen thousand year and he went on to almost make the finals here. And I'm sitting at home circuit Rodeo on men and that's when I really and I realized that as like you know just because it's good or bad you know you've got to be able to say yeah. I think the perfect example is as big a couple years ago because when he made it with pets that a chance to win the world he was in it with your. I didn't Rodeo. And he entered with me at Reno Right. I wrote for them at the Reno because we both aren't going anywhere and he doesn't even get to go to like dead or I don't know if it was deadwood. There was one of those weeks kind of important in there. Maybe the dodge city week that he didn't even get to go to because he didn't enter like he was going with pets. Go over the fourth Doroteo with him a little bit. Will they start winning everywhere now? He's not entered it the the certain week because he had so far ahead of time wasn't implanted on it. So not only did he start. Reno has to skip one week of important radios and starts back Kennewick time or something and still makes it almost wins the world yet or wins fourth in the world and I think that's a perfect example like I've had years like that too or like we've been terrible from parts of the summer and then get to the northwest and win thirty five forty grand like you just have to. You never know when coming might have a great winner might have a terrible winter but you. You can't just base it off of that. That's just the first quarter read. The whole game takes four absolutely. How many times do you see guys come back was just like the couple of years ago? Super Bowl? Tom Brady down by whatever. They're down comeback at the end and that was ridiculous. Yeah somebody somebody might but that's how it happened. Somebody's like Oh man we got it. We got him. Beat will the. That's where that's where you strike and the second someone and you don't even have to know what happens as long as that's why like just worrying about what you're doing if you're just going all the time you'll see who let's up because you'll go by right you can't be looking for a man of these guys would just go home for a week. We'd have a chance. Why do you already done? Then you know what I mean. That's I mean you'll you pass people on the road that are going slower than the old time don't even think about it? Never see him again. Never seen him before that day. Never seen him again. He just drive by in the Left Lane. So you'll know who slowed up but that still doesn't matter other than just not hitting them on the way by you just know that that happened and you keep going four quarters the finish the whole al-bakhtani that long time ago and that's just like you'll hear some things that never never leave you because I was kind of that way too when I had radio and I always looked at the standings. Like if I'm in the top fifteen right now. It doesn't matter it doesn't end in April so who cares. I could fiftieth right now. And it literally makes no difference whatsoever. The only day you need to be fifteenth or better is October first and the only day you have to be number. One is December fifteenth. You don't have to be in the lead one day other than the one day and your chance. That's all you got to be so until then who cares. Yeah Yeah No. I think that's a great way to look at it. And that's how how I've tried to look everybody on as understand. Hey you're not halfway through the season till I mean after Schon or something like that close to it for sure. That's that's about halfway through the year so and and I heard at one time. From Cody. Cody hold it. It was called. Well maybe and it was a year that he was kind of hurt and coming back and he ties his first calf back and he ties down wins the round at Caldwell and comes back up its fourth quarter and in front of everybody. Just let them all know like. Hey we'll see that's what's awesome about. That guy is that's justice like the doing it how you want to do it. I think he was so good that he had to do it like that for it to be any fun. Yeah I mean I mean that guy would he if he wrote it? All year he wouldn't have done is good. I don't I mean he wanted which I respect. That sounds like if you if it's not fun for you to do it to see if I want to see if I can do it and twenty Rodeos and if you didn't make more than he knew what the chances were when he started so it's okay but if he does then he was that just personal goals or compliments as all that really matters so try it on. If you look at the end of the day you gotta be able to justify it to yourself and make sure that you're happy because it's there's guys like Joe the Mon- on He. I mean I think he made the finals. Going to thirty radios. When you're with pets go and that guy. He's lit up Rhodium but he also doesn't enjoy to Rodeo that much when he does he when he's out there sometimes he likes it sometimes does but when he's at home with his family he's very happy so that's what he's doing. Kyle lock you know those guys like that and I think those guys. They're the ones to really pay attention to because they know when I hit that spot. They kind of know how to how to get through. Yeah you know they. They don't they. Don't tear themselves heart going like forcing them to do something that they hate us because they they are good at it. And that's what I thought was so cool about gays deal a couple years ago was because that was the hype. I mean. There wasn't one person ropes. There wasn't talking about. They're fixing their winning everywhere. He never let that get into his head of like. Hey I'm have a chance now. All of a sudden so now he's going to get serious about it just kept going on and then he has a skip a week. Didn't let that bother me either. I mean me when I was younger I would like. We can't skip this week like we. We have to go this week. Okay and Champ did. That can't remember what your I think it was a year. He ended up with Senator Jimmy at the finals and I think he will never admit it. I don't think but I swear champ does stuff to mess with people. Just you know what I mean like. I know he does. I don't care what he says. I know he does so. He's like fifteenth in the world. Come the week of Caldwell all that water just goes home for those.

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"jade" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jade" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Competitor. And feeding her kids as much pizzas possible. All right Jade, we've got some questions for you today. A few of which were posed by internet. Jay everybody who the show smiliar with internet j you are not. So this is a human you've never met. But he's familiar with you because he works for me. And he's listened to the episodes the episode that you are on. So he he came up with a few questions based on the things that you have a considerable amount of knowledge in I would say the first of which is I'm a firm believer in the law of attraction in it plays a huge role in how I live my life. What are some ways that I can attract more positive energy into my life? And again, these are all questions from from internet. Jay. Daily practice. Sure. That'd be a good start. So I feel like the inner the universe. I know. It's such a woo thing to say, but like the universe matches the energy that you're putting out there. So if you're complaining all the time, or you know, it's like the idea of like water meeting water. So if you're complaining all the time or saying how hard things are. It's like they're going to be that way. But if you're so, of course, that's you know, here he said the law of attraction, but for me something that I really just for the record hand up. Explain that for me. It's basically that like the fact that you're gonna attract what you are. You're gonna tracked what you're putting out there. So for me, I I try to do positive affirmations all the time for my. Goals this year. I instead of saying. I I make this amount of money or I have this type of health instead of saying I want these things or saying, you know, in any form of a negative word like I don't struggle with this anymore. I used all positive and present terms. So keeping every thought or as many thoughts as possible as positive as you can't. Yeah. And also like Mike is a good example like today as soon as I asked him like, how are you? He said better than ever. I told you that's what he says every day when we when I see him. He'll be a Mike, Mike. How you doing man? He's like best day. I've ever had every day. Yeah. So that's a big a big type of law attraction when you're putting that energy onto the universe. You're gonna track that you're gonna track those type of people..

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"jade" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"jade" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Jade. You waiting by the phone next week showbiz Shelly showdown. We're paying your bills every hour on kiss a thousand bucks each hour. So have a great weekend. We'll see you next week. Fred Naji what? Oh, three five kiss FM. Kidding? Not. Up. My is..

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