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Fresh update on "jill " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Made in the deadly shooting of a teen in Alexandria police say a 17 year old was shot Friday night along kenmore avenue around 1130 he died at a hospital, police have arrested a 17 year old and charged that teenager with having a gun illegally. A place that literally puts stars in your eyes will be reopening this week in Arlington. I've always considered the planetarium in Arlington treasure. Mary Clinton is the new planetarium specialist for the David M Brown planetarium on Quincy street in Arlington. It's been close since 2019, but is now back. But then overhaul that took longer than expected due to the pandemic, and ending tells NBC four's Ryan Miller that school students got to visit first. We've been welcoming back our elementary students. We've had over 4000 students come for field trips. For now, there will be monthly events for the public sponsored by the Friends of the planetarium. Sandy cosell, WTO P news. One of the more popular displays at the Smithsonian's American history museum is the wing that celebrates the first ladies throughout the American history. Last week, it got the dresses worn by First Lady Jill Biden when President Biden was inaugurated. The dresses themselves are stylish and formal, or as any guy would tell their wife. Yeah, they look good, but what's on display two is. Matching masks. First Lady Jill Biden wore them too. They're just pieces of small cloth. The pandemic was less than a year old at the time, and vaccines weren't widely available yet. They represent the enormity of what we all face. Biden chose New York's Alexandra O'Neal to design her attire, O'Neill was just 34 at the time. Because young people showed up and voted for Joe in historic numbers. Standing next to her address displayed on the third floor now O'Neill says. It's mind-blowing. At the American history museum. Of course. John dome
Jill Biden donates inaugural wear, face masks to Smithsonian
"The ocean blue tweed dress in matching coach Jill Biden wore for her husband's presidential inauguration, went on display at the Smithsonian's national museum of American history. The museum is also displaying the ensemble the First Lady war for evening inaugural events. Clothing is an art and articulation. It's a manifestation of a moment of time. Its history. There were no inaugural balls for President Biden, who took office during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. This display features items that set it apart from the others. Matching masks. You know, they're just pieces of small cloth, but they represent the enormity of what we all face at the time. The First Lady says she hopes the exhibit shows how the country came together, rebuilding shoulder to shoulder and heart to heart. Ed Donahue, Washington
Susie Moore: Unbelievable That Biden Didn't Know About Special Counsel
"I wonder because I say Biden but I really think it's Jill You have decided yeah of course we're going to run again in 24 Gavin Newsom has been campaigning even though he's made a statement Oh I'm not running for president That's Joe Biden We're going to support Biden But he's still campaigning So when I put that together with the fact that suddenly we're really interested in the bad things that the Biden administration is doing I'm wondering if the Democrat party is trying to enact some kind of cool here I don't know what they want to have in place of it or if it is connected to what Newsom is doing But the idea that suddenly they want to hold by an accountable is fascinating Now The White House is saying that they did not know that Merrick Garland was going to issue this special counsel And they did not know that he was going to make this announcement Do you buy that I don't I mean they might have some plausible deniability there They might be kind of using weasel words to say that But according to our latest reporting on this when Garland gave his press conference he indicated that he had appointed a special counsel on November 10th So it's very difficult for me to believe that a special counsel has been appointed for the past two months to look into this And the Biden administration is just now the Biden White House I should say Because he's part of the administration of course It's just now learning of this There's no doubt I just feel like there's more factions and wouldn't you just love to be a fly on the wall right now and see what's scrambling is going on behind the scenes
First lady set to have skin lesion removed near her right eye
"First Lady Jill Biden will have surgery today to remove a potentially cancerous lesion above her right eye. President Biden is going with his wife to Walter Reed national military medical center where she'll undergo what his doctor calls a common outpatient procedure, doctor Kevin O'Connor says doctors recommended removing the lesion in an abundance of caution after the First Lady's office said last week a routine skin cancer screening revealed a lesion. The First Lady underwent a medical procedure roughly 18 months ago, which The White House had described as common without
Biden Vacations in Virgin Islands as Americans Face Problems at Home
"Joe Biden this week returns to Saint Croix, one of his and First Lady Jill Biden's beloved vacation spots. Seeking a final opportunity for rest before what is expected to be a contentious 2023 and reelection run. Hit the pause for one moment. Can you imagine CNN or any of the formerly mainstream media outlets? Talking about a Republican at any level of government in language like this. No, of course you can't. And we all know it. We all know about the hypocrisy. We all know about the double standard, but it's still bears mentioning because if we stop mentioning it, then it's sort of like we say it's okay. We acquiesce. And I certainly do not. I continue. As Biden unwinds in a familiar spot, the first couple have visited the U.S. Virgin Islands for more than a dozen years. Vacationing their approximately ten times since the mid 2000s, the work on his path forward intensifies back in a frigid Washington D.C.. Is this the west wing script that I'm reading or is this CNN? Well, I think it's CNN. The first couple arrived in Saint Croix on Tuesday, along with family members. A gathering of the tight knit clan, who, according to several people with knowledge of recent conversations who have spoken to CNN, have now pledged support for another White House run by Biden. Isn't this great? Isn't this wonderful? The bidens, you know, deserve this. Worked pretty hard, and they had to skip this tradition the last two years.
Sick-Sounding Jill Biden Pushes COVID Booster
"Jill Biden says the most important thing you could do for the holidays is to get your updated COVID vaccine, play cut 9. The most important thing you can do to prepare for your holidays is to get your updated COVID vaccine. And if you get it now, you'll be protected in time for winter holiday gatherings. Why is it the people that are pushing a vaccine the most sound the most sick?
Kyle Seraphin: The Information Industrial Complex
"So I wanted to get your thoughts on this A lot of information emerging this week about these FBI biweekly meetings with Twitter Now as we know from Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook's appearance on the Joe Rogan show I don't know if the meetings were as regular with Facebook but it's clear that the FBI met with Facebook too This is troubling stuff I mean big tech is the new public square Kyle You were inside the FBI Do you see this as troubling a development as I do Yeah of course I do I thought I came up with this expression the information industrial complex turns out there are people talking about this all the way back to 2014 2013 So it's not something I came up with although I did kind of have an independent route to it We've got a lot of people that come right out of FBI jobs out of CIA jobs out of other intelligence agencies DHS and so on And they walk right into these high profile roles either as security or information management or attorneys you know straight into the big tech companies That's kind of the new that's kind of the new route to go in and get these jobs It used to be you go to Raytheon or Boeing or whatever that kind of route was But now these guys are going in they're catching these corporate jobs We've got Jill Sanborn is over at Roku She's a senior director of something She's still got an FBI employee number because my folks looked it up These people are very tied in to the agencies they came from and they've got a strong vested interest in making sure those agencies still look good because that's where their reputation is tied So it's kind of a scary thing It's the self licking ice cream cone but it's expanded to a whole new whole new area
Bidens spread holiday cheer at Toys for Tots event
"The bidens have spread a holiday cheer at an event marking the 75th anniversary of toys for tots. Now let's get sorting these gifts, okay? At a military base just outside Washington, the president and First Lady helped pack gifts, noting toys for tots, collected some 22 million toys for kids just last year. Giving Santa, a run for his money. So how many of you know this book? Jill Biden held up how the Grinch stole Christmas. And with a case of laryngitis. The Grinch through something he hadn't before. Invited a child to read from it. Military kids like you give our country so much. We have to be brave. The event is part of the First Lady's joining forces initiative to help families of troops and veterans. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Red, white, blue theme for French White House state dinner
"President Biden is set to host the first White House state dinner since 2019. French president Emmanuel Macron and some 300 other guests will feast on White House chef Chris commerford's menu. Beautiful things from the land and sea. From the starter. Butter poached Maine lobster. To beef American cheeses and pastry chef Susie Morrison's dessert. Orange to 5 cake with roasted pears. All served with a red white and blue theme in a heated south lawn pavilion were First Lady Jill Biden is evoking the memory of her mom, whom she says made every dinner feel special, even if it was just frozen fish sticks. He would bring out the China and put fresh flowers on the table. In this case, guests will not dine on official White House China, which is not allowed outside the executive mansion. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
A New Episode of 'Things That Never Happened' With Joe Biden
"When Joe Biden's about to tell a fable a tall tale or an outright lie what does he do He says I'm not joking And he lies about his autobiography and his backstory and out of his family all the time all the time Almost nothing this guy said about his life story's true So there's a dark web series Jim and a dark web in the office No one knows what he's doing Introduce the number of viruses into the Westwood one cumulus program fall around in a dark web Mike's always standing by watching him getting ready if he's fired to take the con at a moment's notice But during his time on the dark web Jim found this series We don't know where it is Amazon Prime or Netflix but it's called things that never happened And the episodes of things that never happened are shockingly always about Joe Biden because he's a plethora a cornucopia of material We haven't seen a new episode in a while Jim found one during the break So here's the trailer check this out Things that never happened with Joe Biden start building the second school and revitalize the use of the Cherokee language By the way she spent a lot of time on other reservations other nations as well I'm worried she's not going to come home on these days when she goes You think I'm joking I'm telling you I hear more about the navajos and I hear about me You all think I'm kidding This has been things that never happened with Joe Biden Joe Biden I promise you has never mentioned that Jill Biden or Joe the Navajo I take that back They had a meeting with Elizabeth Warren and that may have come up a couple of times but I promise you there has been no discussion of the Navajo Nation in the Biden household at all How do I know Because Joe Biden said they talked about and said he wasn't joking which is the cue every time that it's a thing that never happened
White House unveils first lady's holiday theme of "We the People"
"First Lady Jill Biden says she wants Americans to see themselves in The White House's holiday decorations. This year's theme we, the people. What the First Lady calls the soul of the nation. Room by room, we represent what brings us together during the holidays and throughout the year. From the blue room Christmas tree decorated to represent unity to the state dining room celebrating children and the China room with handwritten recipes representing food and traditions. Throughout these halls, from The Shining bells to the mirrored ornaments in the grand foyer behind me, you will see your own reflection
'We the People' is the White House's theme for the holidays
"The White House is kicking off the holiday season with a theme aimed at reminding Americans of what unites them throughout the year. First Lady Jill Biden's theme is we the people saying that is always been the nation's soul. She is unveiling The White House's winter decorations, which include a copy of the Declaration of Independence and the massive gingerbread house with a sugar cookie replica of independence hall. There are some 83,000 twinkling lights, 77 Christmas trees, and 25 wreaths hanging outside the executive mansion, about 50,000 visitors are expected at The White House over the holidays, including French president Emmanuel Macron, who will be honored Thursday at the Biden administration's first state dinner, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
WH Press Corp Locked Out of Naomi Biden's Wedding, Except for Vogue
"White House press corps, you know, they were righteously indicted and they fired off a letter. They were demanding access to The White House wedding, Haram Haram. And the Biden said, nope, can't do it. It's a private event. Yes, a private event at the people's house, I might add. So you might imagine everyone's surprise when the latest edition of Vogue magazine comes out and guess who got exclusive footage of the Biden wedding. That's right folks, Vogue magazine. And they did a huge photo spread and they did a lavish write up, talking about all of the cakes and the desserts and the food and the dresses. Whatnot. And grace baker, you know what's interesting is, and all of these Vogue magazine photos. Yes. I'm not seeing too many of miss Naomi with grandpa Joe. No. Can I just say the Vogue cover is a little creepy to me because it's got the bride. Sprawled out her dress is beautiful. It looks rather sexual. I'm getting to that. So she's like laying across the couch and then about the couch. Thank you. And then you've got Jill Biden. You would think it would be the husband behind her, right? Embracing her. It's interesting the hair. It's her own mother and it looks like she's sniffing her hair. It's really creepy. Grandma is sniffing the hand. And grandma's dress is a little short there. A little provocative. Just a little for, you know, that sort of a thing. I might want to close those legs together, misses doctor First Lady Joe Biden. I mean, again, I get it. The bidens, but I'm like, where's the husband? Nobody
Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith
"So let's get to the big question. Because we've been flailing without you as you know. Ever since the appointment of Jack Smith, who apparently is not the guy in the matrix, he puts on sunglasses. I think he is. But no, it's a different guy. Different guy. Okay. But Glenn, I think it was Barbara mcquaid, I saw on TV first that said, you know, the Justice Department wouldn't be doing a special prosecutor if they weren't going to indict. If they were going to decline. So, you know, and then everyone from tally nostalgia was like, this is no Jill wine banks initially said this is a waste of time and money. And you and I have been obviously impatient for justice for a long time and my first thought is, why isn't an indictment? Why is it, you know, yet another step. But, you know, it takes me a second to calm down. But just a little. But I think we all have Mueller fatigue, right? We think, oh God, are we starting all over again, blah, blah, blah. And a lot of people have pointed out how Lawrence tribe and others that they think this will speed it up and not slow it down. Dying to get your take on it because I do get that it's different a bill Barr's not in charge, it's not Trump's Justice Department. He is not starting from scratch, but give us your whole overview on this. Yes, Steph, I wish we had an hour. There's so much to unpack. And we do have, we have superhero fatigue. We thought bob Mueller was going to come in and take Trump out. His report did take Trump out the problem is Congress and the Department of Justice didn't act on the crimes that bob Mueller documented in volume two of the Trump Russia report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to come in and do what was necessary. It turns out in hindsight, Merrick Garland turned out to be too much judge and not enough prosecutors. So I am not prepared to say Jack Smith is galloping in on the white horse and he's going to take care of all this. However, first thing I did was I talked to all my Friends and former colleagues who worked with or for Jack Smith. I don't know Jack personally, to a person, they can not speak highly enough of his determination to hold criminal politicians accountable. Without regard to politics or criticism or fear of failure, here's why I really like the appointment of Jack Smith. We can do an autopsy on whether Merrick Garland should have appointed a special counsel. There are good arguments on both sides, but I think the bottom at the bottom of it all wants Trump announced he was a candidate. Let's face it, Merrick Garland is Joe Biden's attorney general. So to have Joe Biden's attorney general going after Joe Biden's only announced political opponent in the 2024 election, I believe, left Merrick Garland, no other choice but to appoint a special counsel.
"jill " Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"As well as our the cost of developing the site. 13 years later, site unseen is way more than an online just an online magazine. It's grown to be a shop design fair, a creative consultancy. It's a globally recognized brand with an extremely distinct point of view. Initially, I read that you decided when you first started that you were going to try a million different things and see what stuck. With all of this success that you have now, did you have stumbles along the way? Did you have failures? Did you start things that you stopped? Did you rework things that weren't working, but you still believed in? Yeah. Yes. Talk a little bit about that if you can. So I will have to say personally, I want to just mention this is that the way that I tend to do things and I don't know if Jill's just been dragged along by me or if this is the same for her, but I tend to get very excited about projects and rather than planning them out like a 100% to a T, which often I find for other people makes them take longer, make some second guess themselves. Makes them stress out about things. Sometimes like slows them down or they get scared and they quit for me, I've always been sort of the opposite raw like Russian to a project. I'm just trying to get momentum and taking everything like one step at a time because I don't want to lose that momentum or lose that the nerve to do it. So that's the approach that I've always had with insight unseen to our projects and my other business endeavors, which is like rather than obsess over everything and try to get it perfect. Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good, let's just dive in and try it. And I think a lot of the projects that we've done have we've done them that way. And I always think it's a good thing because it means things happen faster. They happen without as much intimidation or hesitation. But it does mean that sometimes we have to quit things or they don't go as well as we hoped. I mean, off site has had its ups and downs over the years. It started off as NoHo design district. And again, this was just us saying, you know what, how come New York design week isn't as great as London design week or all these other fares and other cities where you have this ground swell of energy and innovation and experimentation and talent and youth. And it's very localized and you get to sort of see the heart of the beating heart of this city's design scene whereas in New York, it just felt like it was like a trade fair. And so I think we just went into it blindly being like, let's make one. And just started just started. Literally started walking around the neighborhood and approaching landlords of empty store friends to try to find spaces just to insert people's work into and everything we did was so grassroots like that where it wasn't. Hey, we'll go out and raise money and make a business plan and have a whole deck for this project. It was more like we're just going to go out there and do it. And I think that meant that with off site was started as NoHo design district, we tried to take over NoHo, then we found out that the neighborhood board was like, what the heck are you doing? You can't just call something to know who designed district. We have a whole business board here. Who are you? We were like, what? So things like that where it's just like we went into things like a little more naively, which was both the benefit and a drawback. But then NoHo designers took eventually became off site. Off site eventually became, do we really want to do this anymore? It's been a lot of those kind of being open to evolution and things kind of stopping and starting. Yeah. And I would say definitely like I play a lot more devil's advocate. And I'm like a bit maybe more practical about what we have in the capacity to manage, but yeah, things have happened there up and down. We had an online store for a really long time. And that's kind of just run its course, because in terms of money, it's not, it's not a real, it's not a real source of income for us. And because if you're not going to devote your entire business to selling small goods, you're not going to be very successful. It's not selling small goods. And I think that was a lesson we eventually learned. It's also not what we want to spend our time doing. Yeah. One thing that I thought was really interesting about the way you sort of delineate your roles in the business, you've said that at the beginning of your partnership, you both had similar skill sets and have said that neither of you had a specific head for business, how did you grow and develop and evolve those abilities and then begin to understand what you did best or more uniquely? I think for a long time, both of us were doing everything and it was like not yeah, it really was not helpful. It was also
"jill " Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Podcast would like these Wednesday streaming shows we've been doing with doctor Kelly victory, man have I learned a lot of talk to the people over there. We have been, again, it's a 3 o'clock Pacific time. You can find it at doctor doo dot TV. And we have been interviewing the infamous folks, people have been silenced and to me the post child for all of that is Jay bought a chariot. It was the most eloquent, brilliant guy. And the fact that he was silence tells me everything I need to know is what made me curious about some of the other people and I've talked to very interesting people with some very interesting ideas. It's helped me put to pieces together what we've all just kind of been through. It was very confusing. We were in it. It didn't fit, it was not making sense to me. It didn't fit anything about medicine or why understanding of how things should be done. And now I'm starting to understand what happened. And sort of why it happens. So we're getting into that. So do check that out. We also do streaming on Tuesday Wednesday and with Tuesday and Thursday as well. And on those shows I take calls off of Twitter spaces. So if you want to call in and talk to me and happy to do that in real time, 3 o'clock Pacific time, most Tuesdays and Thursdays. And yeah, don't forget all the fun over at your mom's house. So there we are. We'll look forward, doctor there. Today, this should be an interesting conversation. This is something I've been wanting to get into for a while. I'm not sure where we're going to go with this conversation. But this guest sent us an email and I thought, I want to know more about this. There's something here that I want to explore that I don't think we've ever been able to sort of get at. Maybe I'll find other ways to get at it as well. It is Jill Renee feeler, Jill Renee feeler dot com is where you can go. It's your website. Renee is LER. Instagram, Jill Renee feeler, to YouTube, Jill Renee feeler, so you can find her all those places. But we are going to talk about intuition. We're going to talk about transcendence and intuition. And this phenomenon of what we as humans are capable of as it pertains to tuning into things that are maybe outside of direct consciousness or cognition. I'm not anybody even have a great language for this yet, but let's see if Jill does. Jill, welcome to the program. Hi. I'm glad to be here. Thank you for having me. All right, so talk to me about what you do and how this happened to you. Yeah, so what I do is I offer readings I offer messages, I offer courses to really help us reorient who and what we are as humans. And I know that can sound so strange. And there's a part of me that's kind of bothered by the language too that we don't have great language for this. But how I got into this, I my upbringing was very kind of mainstream and normal. I didn't believe in psychics. I didn't even know the word channeler. I didn't know any of this stuff. Very type a, very overachiever type. I have my MBA, and I double majored in my undergrad. And I was hosting my family and I were hosting a fathers. I think it was a Father's Day get together and my sister in law, who is much more, let's just say, relax, but also type a, she said, you look extra nervous. I mean like extra stress what's going on. And I said, well, I've got this opportunity. I might be the CEO of this green company, but I'm not sure. And my girls are so young. And she said, you should go see my psychic. And I just wanted to do that. What did you think of that recommendation? No, miss the idea I've ever heard. And I'm just like, yeah, thanks, Julie. And I was like, oh, thanks, truly. Let's bring the food outside, you know? Changing the subject. But it was strange because over the next couple of days, I was sort of my mind was opening up that what can it hurt? I mean, I kind of got curious because she is my sister in law is really intelligent. And I was like, maybe there's something here for me and what is the risk? How old were you at that point? I was 30 8. Okay, so at 30, you have four decades into living and never had any anything in this regard, right? That's right. Okay. And had a strong opinion, strong aversion of it. This is a waste of money. I remember a friend telling me if she just got to reading and I was just like, this is so dumb. So I said yes. I called her back and she got me into her psychic within like a few days or something. Her psychic wasn't trying to guess like what was going on. She wasn't like trying to Intuit why I was there. She knew from Julie. And she said, well, first we're going to meditate. And I know you're here to talk about a career opportunity. So let's just meditate first. I never meditated. I didn't know what she was doing, but it seemed like forever. And then she opened her eyes and she turned on a little recorder because she recorded a recession. And she said, well, Jill, I know you're here about this CEO opportunity, but here's what I'm getting. She said anyone can be the CEO of that company, but only one person can be the mom to your kids. I still get emotional because it's humbling. The fact that I needed that reminder drew is embarrassing, right? I did. My brain works on personal competition with myself. Could I do that? Could I be good at that too? What if that would if I could do that? What if I'm good at that too? Oh, wouldn't that be cool? Just challenging myself in a mental intellectual kind of leadership kind of way. I totally nerd out on that stuff. So but she was right, right? My kids were two and four at the time, two and 5. So I was just like, oh my God. So that alone was kind of a whopper, and I totally agreed with her. She wasn't telling me what to do, right? She was just offering a completely different perspective than just curious. What if a man had told you that? I don't I hope I wouldn't have had a different response.
"jill " Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"I'm still involved. You do special projects here. I have other things outside of motherly, even my family that I'm really happy to be pursuing, built a great company. It's still growing. So it doesn't feel like a loss and frankly, even letting myself enjoy the accomplishments of life so far rather than being worried about the next thing or what other people will think about me. That's a personal growth item for me as well. So I hope that answers your question, but it's been a long journey. It does and you should be proud and congratulations. I think when I'm listening to you talk about the journey, the thing that you said two or three times is you sat down with Jill and shared how you were feeling, or also managed expectations when you guys started working together, which we get asked a lot about what are ways to make a cofounder relationship work and the key is the trust and communication. And so I'm curious between the two of you. Was that there right away? Like, how did you get to that point where it sounds like you guys have been in sync this whole time? The secret sauce to motherly if people ask, what is the secret behind motherly and our growth and what we've been able to build and it honestly is our partnership. It is truly the trust and the professional and personal respect we have for each other. I believe from the very beginning. We talked about ego from the very, very early days when we were talking about equity and roles and responsibilities and who was doing what. We were always open with each other about those types of things.
Michael Lawler: Sean Maloney Is Scrambling to Be Saved
"Well speaking of that how is the race going And how do you know how it's going Well our latest polling has me up 6 we have consistently been ahead We were up two in July four and September and 6 just a few weeks ago And we've seen obviously a major influx of support from CLS and the NRCC over $9 million in outside money And the Democrats are scrambling I mean he's brought in Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton Jill Biden Joe Biden has made a phone call into the district And they're scrambling to try and save him But it's not going to work By the way Mark this is a district where both Bill and Hillary live and George Soros so it'll be something on November 9th when they wake up and have a Republican Congress Are you telling me those three don't live in the city that they get so much support from They live out in the suburban area They do They live in Westchester county
Biden to welcome first responders' kids for Halloween
"President Biden and his wife Jill doled out Halloween candy to trick or treaters at The White House I'm Ben Thomas with a look at who showed up Became dressed as witches and ballerinas a chef and more than one unicorn Fairies Jedi and even one little angry bird Despite rain some 5000 were expected on the south side of The White House the invitation list included children of local firefighters nurses police officers and National Guard members Children of administration officials also joined the group What's that They sparked the president just wore a navy raincoat in a baseball cap For the First Lady donned a purple wig and butterfly wings Ben Thomas Washington
Stephanie Welcomes DNC Chair Jaime Harrison
"Now the fine American who is the head of the Democratic National Committee chairman of Jamie Harrison, good morning, chairman. Good morning, Stephanie. Thank you for having me. I don't know what else to say about a party that the head of their party that is mocking a stroke victim. I don't know what to say anymore about just the level of these candidates and these spokespeople for the Republican Party. Well, listen, you know, ronna has so many challenges. You know, she's never met truth. I don't think it's ever escaped her lips. She testified in front of the January 6th committee to see that her committee that she chairs was intimately involved in terms of trying to overturn our election. That's say it. There is no bottom for the Republican Party, and she embodies it. And so, you know, as we say in the south, bless her heart. The worst swipe you can have in the south.
How Do We Swat Down Donald Trump's Lies?
"Speaking of having to S.W.A.T. down wise, partisan Democrats were not the ones who referred Trump to the Justice Department for taking documents from The White House the national archives said in the statement. They said in no time and under no circumstances were narrow officials pressured or influenced by committee Democrats or anyone else. This is what this is a I mean, the stuff that Trump puts out on is whatever it is, right? Truth sent whatever. I actually have forgotten the name of it. What's the actual name? I mean, it's just a steady stream of lies, right? Yes, it is. And it's the danger of it is that people are believing his lies and acting on his lies. So he may be motivating really dangerous conduct as a result of these lies. It's shameful and yet the First Amendment allows it to happen and we can't shut it down. So there you go, we're going to have this happening and I think it's made me one of the most crucial issues facing our country now is how do we get truth to be something that matters? How do we get people to learn how to evaluate what is true and what isn't, Illinois, my state, has just adopted a course basically teaching students how to evaluate what they're reading, and how to determine if something is reliable or not. That's, you know, we shouldn't be in a situation where that's true. But it's necessary now, isn't it?
Jill Wine-Banks Weighs In on the Kash Patel Testimony
"There's so much going on, but I want to get your take Andrew weissman tweeted, what does it mean DoJ is compelling cash Patel to testify? It means DoJ is conferring immunity on him, which means he can't take the 5th, but his testimony and leads can not be used against him. So DoJ has determined it can not make a criminal case against him, but wants his testimony, Lawrence tribe said, once DoJ grants cash Patel immunity, his Fifth Amendment rights against compelled self incrimination will evaporate, he will then be forced to tell the truth about Trump's role in the Mar-a-Lago crimes against America's national security, the jig will be up. I was a little confused by those two different tweets. Can you give us your take on the cash Patel testimony? Okay, so I'm not sure what you saw as inconsistent, there is two kinds of immunity and one is for use immunity, which means that you can be forced to test, testify, but that can not be used against you. And in fact, it's a harder burden than just that you can't use it. The prosecution would have to prove that nothing in the trial against you came from the fruit of that testimony. Okay. So that it's a pretty hard burden to meet to say, I never discovered a lead from that. The other is transactional immunity, which means that if you testify about transaction a, the disruption of January 6th confirmation of the vote, you can never be prosecuted for anything to do with that. Even if it's with evidence outside of that. So assuming that he gets used immunity, it means that he still could be prosecuted. But he just can't be prosecuted using his own words. Against him. for anything they can show, we knew this before you testified. Here's the evidence we had. We got it from the grand jury on a date that precedes your testimony. Et cetera.
"jill " Discussed on Click Bait with Bachelor Nation
"I like her. I love Joe. She's cool. Yeah. She was cool. She's definitely someone going through it early. Yeah. She's trying, man. She was trying. I just want to know, the one thing that was still just a little, I mean, at one point we were all with our fingers on our heads. She was the triangle just never made sense. And I feel like there's a crucial piece of information that we're missing. And I just didn't want to keep talking about it. I know. And you know what the usual information is? It's Rafael's ass. Yeah. I guess on his podcast. I feel like from what Jill was saying, she was consistent with her feelings and with her everything this whole time. It was Romeo and Kira that were inconsistent. And it seems like but Kira, I don't know if she's like a girls girl for like not filling in her friend like, hey, I'm into this dude. I don't know. But the thing is if Jill knew that Kira was going to see Romeo multiple times and she had only seen him once. So he's physically hanging out with Kira. You're all night. You know what I mean? Like Romeo, what are you, I need to talk to this man. So he's just not. He's not consistent. Okay, he came up with shit straight so then everyone else is going to be used. That's what I'm saying. I think he is the missing piece. Jill just knows what she was doing and she Kira knows what she was doing she was like somebody get Romeo in a podcast, please. Please. It was, you know what? It was so much simpler back in the day. When we were on Paradise, nobody even liked each other before the show. Kill or be killed. No friends coming in. No one talking nor responding to DMs. No friends in the industry. My brother's been my brother. No, literally. I mean, it was just. It's a mess. It's a mess and honestly.
"jill " Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW
"Protocol for them, it is nigh on impossible to get good signal amidst the noise of, for example, a Discord channel or a Twitter account and so forth of what is really resonating with people. Thanks to the fact that so many of these projects that I was alluding to have been rewarding people over the last couple of years for just dropping into their Discord channel and saying GM or making a meme or what have you. And don't get me wrong, I love the sort of pleasantries that exist within the greater crypto web three ecosystem. But I also think that it has really muddied the waters in terms of being able to drive signal from noise for those of us trying to find the market for what we're building. Yeah, listen, I say this is someone who has loss listeners because they didn't just instantly condemn NFTs for some purity test. And as someone who believes very strongly that they're both super interesting things about NFTs and that even the worst of them are radically less pernicious than the worst of the ICOs. But it's hard not to be reminded of when investors asked with a straight face, how many people are in your telegram. Right. When they were vanity metrics, right? Yeah. No, there's definitely a lot of that. You had a great tweet about this. He said AirDrops and whitelists based on low hanging contributions, like saying GM and a Discord mass meme creation of shot to hell, existing models around community development and engagement. Crypto needs to completely rethink what community can look like. That's the challenge. That's the opportunity. All right, well, we'll check back in in a few months to see how we're doing on that front. But for now, Jill, thank you always for your time for coming on for sharing your insights and glad to see that your back building and excited to see what you guys do with it..
"jill " Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"So, it turns out, like, flexible on a long enough timeline. We don't know everything about our own identities or about other people's identities. I mean, actually my other favorite lesbian movie is bound that is an amazing movie. And it makes a lot of sense to me that, you know, now I like thinking about like, oh, and that was actually, that was made by women, you know? But before I knew how that worked, 'cause identified, that was still a movie that I loved. So I mean, this is true. This is really complicated. This is really complicated stuff. And I appreciate you just talking it through with me. Of course. You know what else I was going to say besides euphoria that I truly, truly loved in the last month or so was tell me the sex lives of college girls. Did you wash that? I haven't seen it yet. This is what everybody is telling me is that it's amazing. It's so I have really laughed out loud. I really love the characters, and it is really hot in a surprising way. I love a good mommy storyline. Oh, there's a mommy story? Yeah. I don't know how I blew it, but I don't even know what that means. No, it's like a hot mommy situation. If you like Carol, watch this. Okay. You got it. Yeah. Awesome. I love that. Yeah. Well, thanks for the tips, because our listeners got to know. Yep. But before I send you back into your day, and by the way, the folks who are listening, they can come see us talk more about yay. Lesbians and pop culture, if they live in Los Angeles at skylight books and hang on a second, I'm going to even find the date. It is, do you know it? Off the top of your is it your publication? Yeah. It is. It's march 8th the day the book comes out at 7 p.m.. I'm so excited. I'm so happy that you're doing it with me. I'm like, all I wanted for this event is because I am not a stand up and I am not somebody who performs publicly. I was like, I just want somebody who is going to make me laugh and make me feel comfortable and that you were like the first and only person I thought of I was like, oh my God, that's special. No, I'm just so happy that you are down to do it. And I would say. Yeah, and you know what else? I'm totally, I'm so good at making people feel comfy right there next to me. It's going to be, it's going to be so chill. The vibes are going to be good. Thank God. All right, well, before I send you back into your day, I wanted to ask you to shout out a queer ro, which is a person place or thing that made you feel that you can be who you are today. Would you shout out a queer Jill? Absolutely. I thought really long and hard about this. And I do think at first I was like, it has to be a person. It has to be a person. But then I thought more broadly, orange is the new black is a show that I wrote about heavily in the book that more than anything I have ever consumed like changed my life and that was like the final push that or like the only real push that knocked me out of the closet. And it changed me in so many ways. And I also honestly miss it dearly. I think that we don't have, you know, it obviously changed over the course of the years, but those first few seasons, I was like, we just don't have anything like that that is like as good as serious as funny with as many queer people, especially if we're women of color today. We just don't. That's actually such a good point. Yeah, I mean, you know, what that show was able to do in terms of its ensemble is, yeah, it's not, that's not on TV right now. Yeah, I can't think of something. Just because it's such the ensemble was so huge also. And each character was so, so well explored. Well, that's really amazing. I mean, yeah. Yeah, I know some, you know, I feel like, yeah, absolutely. Yeah, I feel like it makes sense for me to call out a show that I watched as my career, but I love that. I love it. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, thank you. This was so much fun..
"jill " Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"You know, it's like, sometimes you look up and you're in the midst of a great project. And that's sort of what happened there. But actually, there is something, so you have a book that is coming out. What's the publication date? March 8th. March 8th. So we're recording this like a month ahead of that. And it's called girls can kiss now. And you and I are going to do an event together. Well, it's your event that I'm together. But it's your event. Through skylight books, which is really cool. And read the book to prep for that, but then also for this. And one of the first things that stuck out to me is that you have this story about, well, first of all, congrats. Thank you. And second of all, you have this story about the FBI coming in and talking to you, busting you for a tweet. Yeah. Can we just wet our listeners whistles by hearing a little bit about this instance? Because I have, this is going to be a back and forth story time. What is the biggest reaction you've ever gotten to a tweet? Yours is different than mine. But I have had an, it's not equal, but I have had a weirdly large reaction to a tweet. Yeah. I'd like you to go first. Yeah, yeah. No, and I will preface this by saying, and I say this in the book too, that it sounds like the most made up story of all time. It sounds like something like an old recluse, like a youth about. But it did happen. I got a knock on my door at 11 a.m. on a day in October 2018. I think it was. And it was like two Men in Black wearing suits that looked like they were from party city under FBI detective. I was like, is this Jehovah's Witness? And they asked my name, they were like, Jill got to us, and I was like, yep. And then I was like, oh no, why did I admit that? Because who are these people? And at the time, I was living in an apartment that had a very narrow stairwell entryway where there was truly no in or out what somebody was standing in it. And it was like, these two big men I was just like, it was very threatening. Anyway, they said, you know, we're with the federal bureau of investigations. We are with the department that investigates threats of violent crime, and I was like, my family is dead. Like what has happened? Oh my God. And it just devolved from there because I think each step was so unbelievable. In its own right, like I was like, you know, the FBI is at my door. If it's even really them and not like two trolls who found my address, what does this mean? For me, then maybe this comes from like a sick twisted childhood fantasy. I was like, no, my whole family is dead. And I'm going into it in his protection or something. That's where my mind was at. And then it got worse because it actually was about a tweet that I had sent, which is insane. They asked if I had any threats to kill a U.S. or any intention to kill a U.S. senator. Again, insane. I said no through shivers. We're glancing behind my head through the apartment and seeing I had at the time a painting that I had made of Jamie Lee Curtis hanging on the wall just like stuff that I don't know to me does not signal going to kill a U.S. senator. And I don't know. What era Jamie Lee Curtis, what was happening in the movie. It's the meme of her pointing and yelling at somebody. It's like a conversation she was having and was packed. I don't know. I'm not sure. I don't know. I haven't been through FBI training, so I don't know what they're looking for. I don't either. To me, that is art for no one. But me. Well, that might be it. When they're looking for things, that might be art for no one might be one of the things. Right. And other visible pop culture items I had like a magazine of Taylor's with Taylor Swift's face on it out. And I think that there were just things that signaled like, this is literally some who from the Internet, but they basically they handed me a black and white printer paper print out of my tweet, which I thought was so stupid. I was like, do you not have nicer paper at the FBI? For this. And it was a tweet, it sent the day that Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Senate. It was it's that aria stark voice, and then the list of the names of the senators who confirmed him. And if you watch Game of Thrones or if you don't, I will explain it the way that I did to the FBI, which was dark has a kill list. That sounds bad. It's not a kill list, but she has more of a revenge list. And every night before she goes to bed, she recites this list. So it was a joke. And not, in my opinion, a threat. But a bunch of they got pretty candid and told me that basically a bunch of Republicans had taken this as far as it can possibly go. And reported me filed real 'cause it tweeted well. A lot of people saw it. There was a lot of. Yeah, whatever. And we didn't even know that those Congress people watched Game of Thrones, but they did figure out what it meant. And yes. Yeah. Yeah, it went viral and people started snitch tagging at FBI at Secret Service. Are you going to do something? And I was like, and I had asked them. I was like, you guys aren't checking the FBI's mentions for threats. That's not real. And that's when they thought they were like, no, basically a bunch of people filed real reports against you in like a coordinated effort. And there was this whole thing that after Parkland happened, there were new protocols in place where because the FBI had known about or had been tipped off about the Parkland shooter and didn't act that people were able to be like, well, you knew about it and you didn't do anything. And now they have new protocols about the things that they have to investigate, including knocking on random entertainment writers doors, and yeah, and everything was fine, minus me remembering this for the rest of my life. But it was really scary and just a really harrowing reminder that the things you say online are not just online. Online is the real world, you know? And these are real people that respond and react in what I think are extraordinary and terrifying ways, but well, I mean, the funny thing about that is like, it's like I would never have worried seeing that tweet from you, but then I also am completely like we are ideologically.
"jill " Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"So it's been this really amazing cycle in just a couple months. I love that so much. I'd love to hear from Jill. What are some because when we think when you guys come to this event, you really work on yourself? And you really have to trust the process. I very much teach you guys like this is the process. You have to trust this process. And there's going to be parts of you that's going to want to hurry, hurry past it, get through it, get to the next phase, and you guys are really learning to do things well and trust the long game and I've even like I've had to tell several people I'm like, you can not be in here rushing. You can not be freaking out. You have to trust every step of this process. I would love to hear just the changes you've noticed in yourself and your team, just in the few short months. Of you applying the processes. I have recognized that it's not a race. I think I had set up in my mind that if I didn't hit certain marks or if other people didn't hit certain marks in a certain timeline, I was a failure. And so I had to really recognize that I was the only one giving myself that definition. And that when I let go of those expectations that were completely made up and really trusted the process of where am I right now, am I okay with that? What are expectations on myself? How can I flow through this and grow through this? Not just exist. Like everything that you teach us, I want to take and I want to evolve as a person, but then also evolve in all the other areas of my life. And that's really what I have seen and when my energy shifted and I started showing up in a different way. I've been noticing my team is showing up in a different way..
"jill " Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Hey bosses, welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today is a special day. I have several guests on this podcast episode to talk about leadership growth and leadership pain and what growth feels like when you are in this industry for a while and you are a leader of a large team and the different seasons of leadership. So I've asked a few of my mastermind members to come on the episode today. And I'm so excited because I know you all are going to learn so much from them. And I think it helps to hear from someone in your shoes or someone who's a few steps further ahead than you to really get an accurate picture of what growth looks like and feels like in certain stages of business. So with me today, I have Jill Charlotte and Blair and we're just going to go around and having kind of a fun conversation. So what we're going to do is I'd love my audience to hear a little bit about your story, how long you've been in direct sales and kind of where you would describe your season of leadership before you joined the mastermind. So we'll kind of go around here and Jill. Will you introduce yourself? Tell my listeners a little bit about you. Hi, I'm Jill. I have been with the direct sales for 8 years. Before that, I was actually in medicine. I worked in the hospital and was literally working in the hospital my entire life. I had my first baby and then realized I wanted to be home and social selling came in and was like, that was the answer. It's what I needed. And I was able to work myself out of that job. It was challenging. It was everything that I don't want to do anymore. And so before joining social selling academy and before doing the mastermind, I only knew that growth came from hustle..
"jill " Discussed on The One You Feed
"Of us. That's a great quote. I sounded pretty smart there. Sure. Absolutely true. I mean, here you have two brains that are made up of beautiful cells. And we grew up to have pattern responses. And for our own reasons. And then we both had something that happened that through that out of out of normal balance. And then we had to choose what do we do with this? Do we stay where we are in our lack of ability or do we use what we have what cells we have in order to build a more healthy brain as a whole brain. So yeah, thank you for sharing that quote. That was good. This is all really fascinating. I told Eric, I thought this would be really interesting to talk about my experience versus Jill's sometime. And it kind of took off to being recorded and having this session. So I think it's really cool. I think all those people who say, oh, those differences between the right brain and left brain from the 70s. That's all old science. I'm going to say, you might want to listen to this podcast. Indeed. Well, thank you both. John Jill and Jenny. I guess that's thank you all for you. For helping make this a wonderful conversation and I'm so happy we could get us all together. Thank you. That was great. It was absolutely reliable. If.
"jill " Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"And I think this is a this is a muscle that needs to be strengthened over time, and we start with practices that are like relatively benign so that you can actually get a sense of mastery. So one of my favorite things is, for example, if you are a woman who shaves your legs or a man for a shape, their likes. If you're a person who saves your legs. When you get in the shower, you have a ritual for how you do this. You do your right leg first and then your left leg or vice versa. You start in the front, you go around clockwise, et cetera. If you completely switch that up, so now you do your left leg first and you start in the back and you go from back to front to side to side, not in order. First of all, this forces you to be present. It kicks you right off autopilot. And you are there, and I guarantee you're not worrying about the meeting that you have later. Because you have to focus. But you also are practicing or it's an opportunity to practice willingness because you will feel weird. And it's awkward. It doesn't feel right. It's not how I want to do it. And you'll also notice an urge to go back to your normal way. And if you can really notice that experience of I just want to go back. That's the thing we always respond to when we end up diving for our comfort zone. Even if it's pulling us away from something that's important in our lives. Now shaving your legs, it doesn't matter. But it's just a practice. And so if you can notice that urge and make space for it and keep shaving your legs in a bizarre pattern, then you're starting to build that muscle. And there are a million fun ways to do this. I just got this image of like all these people walking down the street with these wacky shaved legs so I can zigzag patterns like just practicing what Jill said to do. If we're doing a mindfulness practice, I love this. What else can kick us out of that autopilot comfort zone? Yeah, so I'll give you a couple of my other favorite practices if you're someone who carries a purse on your shoulder, just put it on the other shoulder and your chiropractor will love you because they want you to do that anyway. For me, I have a podcast too, my psychologists off the clock podcast, and we did a practice together. My guest and I were we both took our glasses and put them on upside down,.
"jill " Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"When in fact, but that's a false alarm. A lot of the times when, in fact, what they're really telling us is this is like a bright red neon arrow pointing at exactly what you care about. Because if you didn't care about it, you wouldn't feel stressed or anxious about it. And so instead, that's a good reason or a good motivation to maybe consider leaning in instead of that instinctual running away. Yeah, yeah. I think that we're kind of trained by our society to be comfortable, right? And so we run away. And what you're saying is that this pain, this difficulty is saying this is really important to you. So it's kind of like, I love what Jill's doing here. She's inviting us to reframe your difficulties as something that is, this is something that's important to you. This is like where you get into where your values are and what matters to you. And that's then circling back really important in the acceptance and commitment therapy, right? Right. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. And you know, and I tell people that they don't like this, this information very much, but I've been doing, I do it with clients, but I also practice it in my own life, and it's been just over 20 years. And I feel more anxious now than I've ever felt in my life. But the reason for that is because I play big. Like I live big. You know, it makes me nervous to do podcast interviews, right? You're like putting yourself out there for people to potentially judge you. But one of my main missions in life is to try to spread the word about act as much as I can because I know how much it's benefited me. And I know that it can benefit other people and I want that information to get out there. And this is one of the ways I do it. Now if that feeling of discomfort, that fear of being judged, you know, for not coming across competently or whatever the case may be interestingly. If I let that dictate my choices, I wouldn't be here right now. Right? And so a lot of the things I choose to do are things that make me anxious, but they also make me feel really alive. And so it's this saying yes to the stuff that lights you up, knowing that a lot of times those are the exact things that are going to scare the heck out of you. Stay tuned for more mindful mama podcast right after this break..
"jill " Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams
"Amen. I just china's sea however. Kiss all gums. But i can't. Because i i got ta got t t hokey lifts out. Just wheel saw in full gear. Lives out in touch the back of your hand. said this'll just kiss real quick. No i'm not doing that. It is so solved just lips. I thought there is absolutely nothing wrong. And then my mother gave me gain. She talked to me about you know protecting yourself. She talked about. If you're going to have a what is it called in entanglement commenting if we're going to have an entanglement that can only be one in the neighborhood. Oh if if it go out of the neighborhood for sure but it there has to be somebody in the neighborhood that you wanna spend some intimate time with only one so choose now. Listen i know you are private with your family life in your son. Yes what advice are you giving him. Well he's twelve so he knows he knows the basics and to me the basics are the anatomy of it all mom the wise. The wise are important to me a why anybody would Sometimes it's just a physical attraction that's part of his son in sometimes. If you're truly truly lucky is love and love comes from friendship and spending time together and getting to know one another listening and communicating all of those things helping each other. That's where love comes from. You know if you spend time doing that if there are any parents listening. Jill just gave you guys probably below the one of the sweetest ways that you can explain love to relationships to insects to sorry. She's that's very very simple way for me to explain it to a child absolutely absolutely because if he does not have a phone his friends happen phone so much access to see everything and i'm not saying he's looking at a sneak but somebody has a phone and i'm just saying the access yeah that unfortunately Kids have or from. I think i would have rather. I definitely would rather hear it from my my parents. A mother. She sits one of her children was sexually active. It wasn't me. It was not my little six year old sister. Obviously so you're telling me is really it was the other two is one of the other two. I'm being honest was not me and says don't be having sex because you get too attached.
"jill " Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"You're trying to really dial in your health or performance and and jill how a mill- replacements differ from protein powders. Yeah i mean. That's a good question. I really think at the different name for for the same thing right. I mean i hear the word meal replacement so it tells me that someone might be drinking a shake instead of eating. You know chewing a meal and so you can take a protein powder and turn it into a meal replacement because again up. A meal doesn't just consist of protein right and should have fat fibre. Maybe some additional carbohydrates and some essential fatty acids and so you can take a protein powder and mix it with water and chia and flax essential fatty acids and some fiber could have berries for carbohydrates and additional fiber and become more like a meal. So i think it really depends on. What are you mixing in with it and again. What is your intention. Are you trying to temporarily. I think junior mentioned maybe people do this. Replace a meal or two a day with a shake A part of your weight loss journey and eat you know and then each physically eat and chew meal which i think is important at least once a day That's different than if you're just drinking some protein powder mixed in water. Help get your poteen levels up. And so they're one and the same but it depends again on what your intention of it is well. Listeners are loving this conversation. I just got an email and it says that protein shakes. Make me congested. I know you're going to touch on this. Let's talk about it casey. And could that be the culprit. i would. i say if it's a way protein or has any dairy derivative that would be my. I suspect Because we've talked a lot about this in the past and now you have other experts that have been on who talk about the impact of area on the body and for me even personally. I can't dairy. You can see if. I love because my first symptom. Is i get congested and buggery and mucus my throat. A lot and no one wants to live like that right it could be. I'd be paid for my first recommendation. State would be to excuse me. Switch off away your way protein to something that dairy free whether you go to plant based one or a a beef protein bone broth protein. There's a couple of options there but if it's very based poteen would that would be the first thing and then just again make sure. You're not mixing in milk or something like that. When you switch your protein powder because again it would be to try to go dairy free if using a plant based powder then again. you're observing. What am i missing it with is. There's something in here whether it's a sweetener protein source as potentially triggering this triggering this reaction you kind of have to put your detective hat on and see what could be coming from So much so much more to talk about. I'm looking at the clock. We're going to go for a quick break going to remind our listeners that you can go to thorn a dispensary at one life. Radio dot com and get twenty percents off all their products as well for sun warrior. Use the code. Oh l. are for twenty percent off all their products. We'll be right back more coming up with jill lane. You're listening to one life radio. An.
"jill " Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Jill Gonzalez with Wall it up. Jill. Welcome back to real estate today. Thanks for having me back. We are delighted You're here. So, Joe In our first hour, we looked at the best oceanfront beach towns in America and now Let's move to the lake. What is the best lakefront Beach town in the United States? The best lakefront beach town is right in the middle of the country. It's in Traverse City, Michigan. Now tell me about traverse itty. What makes it the best? Well, because it's in the Midwest, It is quite affordable. But surprisingly, the weather is pretty decent. I know you think Michigan and you probably think I know what you might get. But I think living there and living on the lake, it will be very scenic as well. And the economy is still going strong. It also has some of the best quality of life for lakefront properties. Excellent. And how about number two? Jill Number two is false. Um, California so Not out there on the coast, a little bit more inward. For California. It's very affordable. The weather is still great and again great quality of life. Excellent and number three brings us to the Northwest. But one of the most beautiful places in America number three as Redmond, Washington. And like you said, one of the most beautiful places. It also has some of the best education, healthcare systems in the country and its economy just for these lakefront places. Ranked number one in the country. Wow! And sticking with the state of Washington. Now is a place I've always wanted to go, which came in at number four. Number four is Mercer Island again in Washington, not the easiest place to get to all the time. But if you are there and living there, I think that's what you like about it. That's one of the safest lakefront places as well. That's wonderful, and I've got to fully disclosed that for number five and six. I've been fishing in those likes. Exactly so. Number five is Cornelius in North Carolina, six If Davidson In North Carolina, and that's why people love it. First of all, very affordable and second of all great things to do with a huge fishing spot, and that's what people want when they want to leave. That's exactly right. Number seven Brings us back to Washington State to Washington this time in Kirkland, great economy. They're great education and health care systems. Really, really good place, especially if you're looking for a place to relocate. Oh, that sounds wonderful. And for number eight, Jill back to California. Back to California very popular destination year round as South Lake Tahoe. So not the most affordable place when you're looking especially for these lakefront places, but quality of life very hard to be so many things to do. And maybe if you're looking for some place to visit rather than live This is definitely a top spot. Well, Jill, what a great list to come out with and what great timing, putting it out just as summer begins, and I really want to thank you for joining us on the show today and talking about wallet hubs list. Of 2020 one's best beach towns to live in. Thanks, Joe. Anytime, Happy travels YouTube. Jill Gonzalez, senior analyst at Wallet.
"jill " Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Where do you want to go? We can help figure that out with you. You know, Think of us is like that Nice coach that nice, enthusiastic coaches, prompting you to do all sorts of great things. Do that. Do that. Send us a note. Let us help you. Ask Jill at Jill on money dot com. That is our email address. And if you're on our website, If you're on chill on money dot com All you need to do is click the contact button. It's very easy. All right. So anonymous is writing about a section for 57 plan or a Roth section for 57 plans. So here's the note from anonymous. Hello, Jill and Mark. I am so thankful I found the Jill and silent Mark podcast a year ago. So remember, gang we have sister podcast every single day. Okay, Every day we pump out that content. It's like maybe 10 12 minutes, So check it out the Jill on money podcast. You can go to our website and get more information. It's right on the front door Marks made it very easy for you. Okay, let's get back to anonymous. He says. You're always encouraging but firm and I like your safe style of investment recommendations. I have a couple of questions, but first a little bit about myself. I started over again from zero and age 52. Five years later. Is 57. He's single. He's debt free, joyous and working my way diligently towards a safe retirement. I really enjoy personal finance. I read books and blog's and listen to podcasts when I get a chance, Okay? I have a 9 to 5 job in education. It pays $50,000 a year. Two years ago, I started an elected public service position at a little over $20,000. I started a new four year term and depending on election outcome, and my desire to continue serving, I may end that second job. After 2024, you know, big picture I earn about $70,000 Gross now may go back into the fifties after four years until retirement, Okay? Good. So now you got some extra mullah after life and my choices set me back to zero in 2015. I've now accumulated $117,000. $6800 in a 403 B through my 9 to 5 job 43,000 and a brokerage account with Vanguard. Nearly 36,000 in a Roth IRA. A with Vanguard 32,000 in a 4 57 plan through my public service job. This is amazing. I contribute $2400 a month 42% of my pay. And he carved it up between all those different things. Okay. He wants to Max out his Roth, which he does, and whatever's left over goes into his brokerage account..
"jill " Discussed on Anxiety Slayer
"Dr jill stoddart's be mighty leads you on a bold quest to gain a deeper understanding of your anxiety by exploring your own or story how your early experiences led to thoughts and behaviors then may have offered comfort and protection at one time but are now keeping you from living your best life. After reading this fabulous. You'll learn to respond to present-day triggers in a new way making choices from a more conscious values driven. Place jill a stoddard. Phd is founder and director of the center for stress. Anxiety management a multi site outpatient clinic in san diego california. She specializes in acceptance and commitment therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety and related issues. She lives in san diego with her husband to kids and two french bulldogs. Welcome to anxiety slayer jill i shan. Thank you so much for having me so happy to be here. It's a pleasure. And congratulations on the success of your latest book. Be mighty what a fabulous book. And i know that you reached out to us quite some time ago to to get on and i'm and i'm glad you're here. It took us a little while but were here in. Your book is still out there and doing so well. So many great reviews. Yes and actually. It's great timing because the book just past her first birthday. Yeah be a celebration of about a year ago. I had the pleasure of speaking with dr steven hayes and he told me that that time that he pioneered act to help people with mental health issues feel fully think freely and live lives that reflect the qualities they choose and i'd like to begin our conversation with you sharing with us. How act can support women who often struggle with anxiety. Health things -iety in anxiety attacks. Yeah well act is a little different from some of the traditional ways. We go about attacking anxiety in that. The main goal of act is about developing psychological flexibility. And so this is really tuning in to the life you want and the person you want to be and showing up in doing what matters no matter what so. We often get caught in a trap where we do this waiting until thing you know like oh you know maybe i have a huge dream so i'll give you a personal example. I had a really big dream of doing a fedex. Talk one day and an opportunity arose to be able to do that. And i was terrified. I mean can feel my anxiety rising right now just talking about what we often do is say well i just i just need a little more expertise and i just need a little more practice and once i get my anxiety under control and i feel more confident and less insecure. Then i'll go ahead and do this. And what act is all about is becoming an observer of all those thoughts and feelings that we often get really hooked by and sort of we allow those thoughts and feelings to dictate our choices rather than letting what's important to us lead the way. The thing about doing what matters is it's going to come with anxiety because if it didn't matter you wouldn't care. Oh so well said. I used to do a lot of speaking an moved away from it moved into other areas of interest. But oh my goodness the number i would do on myself before speaking and i was very good very well prepared new speaking about once you got me on stage there is no turning me off. You couldn't shut me up right. But what i put myself through before it was something else and over time over practice and everything that lightened up but there was still that <hes>. My my speaking coach would say try and take that anxiety and turn it into excitement and some days. I could do that and other days. It was just a matter of forcing myself really to just do it right. And and i think you know the all gets a little bit confusing for human beings because sometimes when we feel panicky when we feel fear it's because we're endanger our body is saying you need to fight or flee if you're going to be safe but sometimes were having those feelings and it's you know it's a false alarm. It's a perception of danger when it's not really dangerous or what it is it's a quote unquote social danger that you know when you're public speaking you care that people think your competence and interesting that you have something of value to deliver and you think evolutionary early early humans weedon have fangs or clause or we didn't run fast. We had each other where social beings early humans who hunted and gathered and travelled together had a survival advantage so to constantly be checking your status in the group to make sure you know. Am i doing my part. Am i valued or am. I gonna get kicked out because if i get kicked out i'm dead and so we've really evolved to be creatures who compare ourselves to others and of course. Social media has made that far greater than it was ever intended to be. But it's this very normal natural thing we do to care what others think so that we don't risk getting booted from our tribe and so sometimes when fear and anxiety and panic and all that arise. It's not a sign that we need to go run and hide run to safety run to the comforts on. It's a sign that we really care about this thing that we're doing and when you're laying in bed at night and you can't sleep and the wheels are spinning in its to mayhem. You're not worrying about whether netflix's is going to go out of business. That's not what keeps you up at night. What are wheelspin over. As our family our loved ones our jobs the things that really matter the most to us and so part of act is really recognizing that our pain. Barring society is not the enemy. It's everything were doing to move away from it