17 Burst results for "Katherine Price"
"katherine price" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Is. Just ask siri or alexa. We are in an era where boredom is optional. Because you've got a supercomputer in your pocket. Instant gratification has never become more instant. It seems like this capacity of patients that you're trying to help us build is under assault. It is really really true. Dog course the modern facilities in the modern technology has enhanced our lives in many ways but it has also really assault justice. You said to kind of any discipline that we have with our own internal Process of deepening our own knowledge and understanding as also cultivating certain kind of morals and at takes all any kind of qualities that we in the past cherish and have so much of anna values to all being kind of all Now being somewhat assault in a sense not consciously but everybody's time goes to just constantly being engaged re di smartphones and giving one's life fully sort of run by the smartphones and the gadget that is more and more enticing and heartbreak that how one can sort of separate from that. We haven't really come to any good consensus. I think there's a talks about how the social media and all of this is changing our lives and all of the new ways that we are living with smartphones running constantly our lives and having that in our hands constantly to check and be engaged. But i don't think there's sort of from the young age as a five six to blow. Who i in seventies in eighties. We haven't really quite. I come to find kind of coherent understanding of how much we should be allowed in our lives and it's not a problem. It's perhaps productive and then beyond certain point that is not healthy and it's not even a productive it's just so runs your life. We haven't come to any kind of conclusive understanding globally and it's being sort of blowing and going and going more and more every day a precious come on this earth being lost due just being a mesh with the technology well said and as my friend katherine price has said We're running global. I believe it's catherine has said this might be actually minutia emory. But either catherine or manure both has said that we're running a global unregulated unplanned experiment with technology. And what it does to our brain and our minds and it's It's a very duked. Yes it's very dick really very very addictive. And it just consumes precious life on this earth to do meaningful things yeah. Technology can be powerfully. Great in many powerful ways. I don't think either of us is but there are lots of challenges as well in one of them is of course to patient so i appreciate you coming on the show and giving us some tools for boosting our capacity for patients. Thank you very much. Thank you very much in to see you. Best of luck for all your effort. Thanks again to rep really appreciated him. Coming on. This show is made by samuel. John's dj kashmir. Kim bye komo. Maria were hell and jen point with audio engineering by ultraviolet audio and as always a big hearty shout out to my guys from abc news. Ryan kesler and josh cohen. We'll see well on wednesday. We have a fascinating episode on tap. It's on burnout. And we've got a repeat guest. Her name is leah weiss.
"katherine price" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Says Bloomberg Daybreak weekend a global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week. I'm John Tucker in New York. But Biden administration's trade policy is turning out to be a lot more complex than the Trump Administration approach, and it's a situation that's going to continue to unfold in the coming weeks and impact just about every business in the country. For more on what to expect. Let's go to our Bloomberg 99 1 newsroom in Washington and host Amy Morris. Hi, Amy. Thank you, John. Now, during the presidential campaign, Republicans sought to portray Joe Biden it's likely to be soft on China, but an editorial in Chinese state media this past week Says the Biden administration policy toward Beijing Quote smacks of Trumpism Bloomberg Economics reporter Shawn Donnan has been tracking trade policy. He joins me now for some insight into what to expect, Shawn. It is always a pleasure. Thanks so much for joining me. Thanks so much for having me. Okay, let's start on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers considering Biden administration nominees, including Katherine Tie By those pick for U. S Trade representative. You've been following this hearing. What is your takeaway Ben from her appearance before lawmakers. It's really interesting. What we're seeing from the Biden administration is a real change in tone around trade. At the very least, we're still not getting a whole lot of specificity in terms of what sorts of policies are going to do What Tangible steps they're going to take when it comes to dealing with China and other trade problems that they threw US faces But way heard from Katherine tie this week is a real effort to portray in administration. That wants the focus on getting rid of the chaos and trade policies that some people, really, especially in the business community really agonized about what came Trump administration and moving towards something more delivered is more process driven. Probably smarter is their their their idea. Now she had made a pretty strong case for China to live up to the trade agreement it has already eat with then President Trump. Where's that now? Yeah. So we're in this really interesting situation Where President Trump, If you remember in January is 2020 find this deal with the Chinese. He called the phase one deal in which the Chinese committed to, uh, to step up their purchases of American products. Everything from farm Exports to airplanes and other manufactured goods on go also to make some changes and how they enforced intellectual property rules. And so on. And then, of course, we got the pandemic and everything kind of went askew. Um, but one of the big questions surrounding the Biden administration coming in is are they gonna make, you know? Are they gonna Look at that deal and use that as the basis of the economic relationship with China and the way that the Trump administration within are they going toe seek to make China live up to that deal, and it's purchased commitments and other things like opening up its market. The financial services companies out of the U. S. Also, you know the type provisions. Well, what we heard from Catherine by this week. Is that well, that's the deal that we have with China, and that's the deal that we're gonna be. We're gonna be asking them to live up to you. So that's the first step. We know that they're gonna, um they're gonna enforce that deal. That's what Katherine Price signal. But then there are all these questions about what comes back. Of course, Phase one. Implies that there's a phase two. And right now, this huge questions about whether we ever see of Phase two agreement and that's gonna be down to what the Biden administration chooses to do it face to agreement would really get into some of the structural issues in the relationship and the ways that China Compete unfairly, according to American businesses, And those are things like the subsidies that the Chinese Communist Party gives to both state and private companies and united China in the form of cheap electricity, cheap loans, and so on. So You know, we're getting a little bit of a hint, but a lot of questions still love it now, a lot of this and you touched on this briefly. I want to dig a little bit deeper. These agreements are often about enforcement, not just words. But how they're going to have some teeth now, What are you expecting from the Biden administration when it comes to trade with China and enforcing those deals? Yeah. So one of the features that Bob Lighthizer of the President Trump's U. S trade representative was very proud of in the China agreement was an enforcement mechanism that there was a way for the US to, uh hold China accountable and impose tariffs and another punitive measures. If China didn't live up to the deal, we don't yet know what the Biden administration is going to do. We haven't yet had that situation. Where, Um, we're looking at an enforcement case. But that's ah, huge question that we also know that the Biden administration may choose to take another route in terms of enforcing a deal like this or taking on China, another in other issues. Trafford Ty used to be the chief China enforcement officer at the U. S Trade representative. Office she's want to with the lawyer who was literally arguing before the World Trade Organization cases on behalf of the US against China. One thing she said this week is that Goodbye administration expect to engage and take a leadership role at the World Trade Organization again. And so that means that the administration made may choose to go there rather than the bilateral route, which kind of took the U. S and China outside of the existing global trade wolf. And briefly, Katherine tight likely to be confirmed. Absolutely. I think she's got mean. Just really telling moment came at the very beginning of the hearing when she was introduced by both the Republican ranking member on the House Ways and Means Committee, where she used to be of the top Democratic staffer and her former Democrat. Democratic bus. Richie Neal. There is a lot of support for Catholic fly up on Capitol Hill. I'd be very surprised if she got anything less than 90 votes for her confirmation in the Senate. Now, Shawn, you wrote a story that our audience confined on the Bloomberg terminal. It's called Tough. Isn't the China question that Biden has to answer? So what's a better question? Yes. I mean, this was the throughout the campaign on we still see it today from from the Republican National Committee and and Republican senators. There's this real effort. The portrayed Biden. As being soft on China in some way, the argument being that Donald Trump was tough on the China in a way that his previous sisters hadn't been. Which, of course, is something you can also debate. You know, he find the deal with the Chinese on was pretty effusive in his praise of the Chinese at that time, he also had president Shi Jin ping, Tomorrow Lago, where he really fended him famously fed him some chocolate cake early in his administration. So, um, but the bigger question that the Biden administration faces right now. Is whether it has a smart China policy..
"katherine price" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Notice that the way boys and girls you screen time is much different. What is tend to gravitate to games while girls tend to gravitate to social platforms. This is because research shows that girls are more pro social dem boys and boys are more biologically prone to games. I read an interesting article about a study between boys and girls. Well being viewed under an M R I. Researchers showed groups photos of people playing video games. It appeared that the part of the brain that's associated with addiction and a sense of reward was more active in the majority of boys than girls. It's not a secret that many absurd designed to addict us and geared toward a specific gender or group of people. They're going to keep us on as long as possible and keep us coming back from war. Katherine Price, a science journalist and author of How To Break Up With Your Phone Warrants, Anything That's Free To Use. You should Be highly suspicious Off the Children Spending a minimum of four hours a day on Electron IX. What can parents do to minimize this time? First, I suggest that you educate yourself on games and after Children are using and teach them about the risks of social media and about chatting online with gamers. Just like you do when you talk to them about not speaking to strangers. Next established screen zones in your house where you don't allow Elektronik. The kitchen and dining room are great. Electronic free zones established screen down time, perhaps a dinner time and because many games in absolute stimulants creates screen down time and hour before bed. Also consider not allowing screen time in the bedroom, or at least minimized the amount of electron IX in the bedroom. Of course. Greatest advice I have is incorporate activities that don't involve screen time starting at a very early age, so that screen time is viewed as a privilege and not a way of life. For more on this topic..
"katherine price" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"It is. I'm doing my best here. I'm doing my best. But I do try and be kind to myself and just know that in every moment, that's all I can ask. So yeah, I say, throw the struggle of work life balance out and just relax. Get a bit more people behind it to ourselves, Right? Right. Great advice. Great advice. We're going to go into our last break. Stay with us for our watched him and I'll be back with Emma I six. Now the women to watch Tech watch a merry man. So from Pathways consulting group Did you ever notice that the way boys and girls you screen time is much different. What is tend to gravitate to games while girls tend to gravitate to social platforms. This is because research shows that girls are more pro social them boys and boys are more biologically prone to games. Read an interesting article about a study between boys and girls well being viewed under an M R I, researchers showed groups photos of people playing video games. It appeared that the part of the brain that's associated with addiction and a sense of reward was more active in the majority of boys and girls. It's not a secret that many absurd designed to addict us and geared toward a specific gender or group of people. They're going to keep us on as long as possible and keep us coming back for more. Katherine Price, a science journalist and author of How to break up with your phone warrants. Anything that's free to use. You should be highly suspicious off the Children spending a minimum of four hours a day on Electron IX looking parents do to minimize this time. First, I suggest that you educate yourself on games and after Children are using and teach them about the risks of social media and about chatting online with gamers. Just like you do when you talk to them about not speaking to strangers. Next established screen zones in your house where you don't allow Elektronik. The kitchen and dining room are great. Electronic free zones established, screened out time, perhaps a dinner time and because many games in absolute stimulants creates screen down time and hour before bed. Also consider not allowing screen time in the bedroom, or at least minimized the amount of electron IX in the bedroom. Of course, the greatest advice I have is incorporate activities that don't involve screen time starting at a very early age, so that screen time is viewed as a privilege and not a way of life. For more on this topic. Email me at Mary at pathways cg.
"katherine price" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
"I think everyone who's listening to this probably has the experience of looking down and noticing their phone in their hand, and not really having any idea why. Why it's there or what they're doing on it or why? They're an instagram at that moment, I'm talking to the person. The New York Times called the Maria Condo of brains. I. M Katherine Price of a freelance science journalist and the author of how to break up with your phone. Before Catherine Roy an entire manifesto about teaming are smartphone addiction. She too, is seduced by all the amazing things are phones do for us i? had been involved in a home renovation project and had been spending a lot of time on Ebay. There's no question that smartphones have revolutionized shopping but Catherine was about to come face to face with the price we. We paid for the revolution I had a baby around that time and I, had a number of evenings where I would be with her in the middle of the night, and I noticed that she was looking at me and I would be looking down on my phone and more specifically. I was often looking at doorknobs and Ebay, which was like particularly ridiculous. Ridiculous because by that point, we finished the renovation project and I didn't need to be doing that at all, but anyway when I noticed this happening I kind of had this out of body experience where I saw the scene, as would appear to in an outsider, and it really disturbed me this vision of this baby, looking up at her mother and her. Her mother, looking down at this glowing screen and I also remembered from something for my science journalism past the which is that babies is can only focus about two feet in front of their faces, and that specifically so that they can bond emotionally with the person who's holding them so I found that to be deeply disturbing wells that she's got as evolutionary. Design That's there for to facilitate our connection and here I am looking at Ebay. So that's when I realized I really want to work on my own relationship. Campaign started working on that relationship with some common sense. Phone Acts Like shutting offer notifications and making her phone more boring, looking by turning the display degray scale. She even went one step further to delete the APP. She found especially tempting. Think about the ones that you feel compulsively drawn to the new kind of enjoy, but then you feel gross afterwards. That's the easiest way to tell. Just tune into your own emotions before during and after using them, and you basically want to have your home screen only contained tools. You don't want temptations and for that I. Really Do recommend people approach this with the spirit of experimentation, recognizing you can always reinstall things and readjust your settings back to where they were, but see what it's like to just delete some of your most problematic your phone for day. See what it feels like. The Katherine argues that the most effective strategy for fixing our relationship with our phones involves some advice that many of us haven't heard. She thinks we need to cultivate a completely new attitude towards our phone. Use One of mindfulness. We need to take the time to notice how our phones are making us feel now we've talked about the power of mindfulness and other episodes on this podcast, and that's because there's tons of research showing the becoming more mindful generally can be a big booster shot for wellbeing. But Katherine contends that we can use the same strategy to develop a healthier relationship with our devices one that can protect our fragile attention. It's a lot easier to change the habit if deep down inside of you, you just don't want to engage with the habit anymore. And there were a fascinating series of studies done by Scott. Judd's Moore where he basically trained to group of smokers in a mindfulness based technique where they were basically just supposed to notice what it was like to smoke cigarette to notice what craving felt lake? Don't fight it just kind of notice. Notice what happens if you do indulge in it, notice how it feels. If you don't notice how long it lasts, if you just kind of observe it and he found the mindfulness based group. quit at twice the rate of the control group, and then in the long run. They were five times a successful in. Sticking with quitting. And when he spoke to the participants about what had happened, he heard these really interesting comments from people along the lines of you know. One woman said I'd really had never tasted a cigarette before, and once I really experience it. I realized I thought. This is disgusting and I don't WanNa be a smoker. Like, a smoker, trying to really tasty cigarette, Catherine decided to examine why her phone had such a powerful hold on her. There's interesting reasons that we reach for our phones there. They're like little security blankets. The more you understand your motivations, what your brain is after when you reach for your phone, the easier it will be to come up with alternatives to present your brain with so that you can choose to do something else instead. Dow become a bit more mindful. Catherine recommends using the acronym www which stands for what for why now what else what for like? What did you pick up your phone four? Did you actually have any purpose? No judgment I mean like there's no right answer here. Just. Why did you pick it up? Then the why now is with the emotional or the situational question like what was the trigger? That caused you to do it in the second? Were you feeling socially anxious? Is it just a habitual thing? And then the last question is what else what else could you do in that moment? What do you actually want to spend more time and attention on? What are some things that you used to enjoy? When you'RE A kid? You supposedly don't have time for now or that you WANNA learn, but you don't have time for. Katherine cautions that this process might take a while. She even recommends doing a personal experiment like this for at least thirty days. You actually have to take some time to. Retrain your quote muscle of attention so that you can get it strong again. But Katherine Seen Firsthand that putting in the work to regain your attention is worth it attention like money. I mean it's finite, and people are constantly trying to get from you, and I would say that our attention and timer even more valuable than money, because even if someone does convince you to buy some stupid thing, you can make more money. You get that money back, but you can still get more money. You can't get any more time and you can't get any more of your attention back. So we should be very very careful with how and where and when we spend it in the last few years, Catherine has perfected her own attentional spending by completely transforming her relationship with her phone. Nowadays she keeps device shut off and far away through most of her family social life. But the biggest improvement to Catherine's happiness came from repeatedly asking herself that lasts www question. What else could she be doing rather than spending time on her phone? After some soul-searching Catherine realized that she'd rather be devoting her limited attention to music. She played the piano since she was a child, but never had time to practice. And she'd always wanted to learn other instruments to having freedom all the time and attention. She wasted on her phone. She could finally commit to this personal goal. I started taking this adult guitar class. It's like Bya OB. We got together Wednesday nights and learned chords. I just started taking percussion. Last night was my first class and doing guitar percussion started playing music with some of the people from my class out of class, and finally feel after living in Philadelphia for eight years that I have a community I mean this has happened in the past six months, and it's all through music and the. Reintroduction of music into my life as a direct result of.
"katherine price" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Mails but I've been there so many times and I've never taken a single picture my phone stays home when I'm away well I give you credit for that although I'm a big fan of pictures I would I would want pictures me personally I would want the benefit of the pictures so I I couldn't do that for for that reason but I do try to be good with with keeping the phone in its place I want to throw this out there to you all right and it seems to be little more fodder to think about a recent story in the Wall Street journal about expensive vacation spots one of the things that they boast in these really expensive vacation spots is no cell reception and no wifi that's like a hot new thing do you tie the called detox detox digital detox vacations the either you either have no wifi and no cell reception so it doesn't matter if you turn it on you're not getting anything or they take away your device and people pay for this in Oregon there is a fire lookout tower that costs two hundred dollars a night if you'd like to rent it is in the middle of nowhere no cell reception nothing they have a three hundred person waiting list they say there are digital detox retreats all up and down the east coast that cost hundreds of dollars of night this is basically good adult summer camp a lodge in Denali park Alaska two thousand dollars a night with guaranteed zero connectivity this is crazy this is post put together a by women in Katherine prices she is the author of how to break up with your phone and it's even she says this might be a little bit much to pay two thousand dollars for because you can just put your phone down if there's a whole bunch of these three hundred dollar night your camping tree bones resort in Big Sur California what is of utmost importance to you when you're when you're making these vacations we're making these plans maybe if you have kids and you think they are too connected to the internet one of these resorts might just be worth it to you and you just tell the kids I'm so sorry I didn't know there was no wifi I had no idea I'm sorry my bad you guys pick the next destination maybe they will even actually learn how to how to read a book or do other things or be part of the family or take part in in family outings on vacations with other heads down in.
"katherine price" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Mails and I've been there so many times and I've never taken a single picture my phone stays home when I'm away well I give you credit for that although I'm a big fan of pictures I would I would want pictures me personally I would want the benefit of the pictures so I I couldn't do that for for that reason but I do try to be good with with keeping the phone in its place I want to throw this out there to you all right and it seems to be little more fodder to think about a recent story in the Wall Street journal about expensive vacation spots one of the things that they boast in these really expensive vacation spots is no cell reception and know why fi that's like a hot new thing do you tie the called detox detox digital detox vacations the either a you either have no wifi and no cell reception so it doesn't matter if you turn it on you're not getting anything or they take away your device and people pay for this in Oregon there is a fire lookout tower that cost two hundred dollars a night if you'd like to rent it is in the middle of no where no cell reception nothing they have a three hundred person waiting list they say there are digital detox retreats all up and down the east coast that cost hundreds of dollars of night this is basically can adults summer camp a lodge in Denali park Alaska two thousand dollars a night with guaranteed zero connectivity this is crazy this is suppose put together a by women in Katherine prices she is the author of how to break up with your phone and it's even she says this might be a little bit much to pay two thousand dollars for because you can just put your phone down if there's a whole bunch of these three hundred dollar night your camping tree bones resort in Big Sur California what is of utmost importance to you when you're when you're making these vacations we're making these plans maybe if you have kids and you think they are too connected to the internet one of these resorts might just be worth it to you and you just tell the kids I'm so sorry I didn't know there was no wifi I had no idea I'm sorry my bad you guys pick the next destination maybe they would even actually learn how to how to read a book or do other things or be part of the family or take part in in family outings on vacations with other heads down in their phones the entire time is this something that would.
"katherine price" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Welcome to overtime okay. There's a couple of stories of even get to one of them. I am super interested in because I am incredibly guilty of this eighty eight percent of adults dine on staring at a screen that almost seems low for so twelve percent are liars yes at least ten percent of the twelve percent liars. I am horrible with that because there's something about it to make it. It's like <hes> you start eating and you forget that you're eating excessively Jeffey binding way does but it's like you like I I would say I'm really guilty of this. When I get on phone calls I've noticed a long hour-long phone call business business or whatever it is? I'm doing it. If I'm on my house. I'm doing the call in the pantry and then I ga- all as they're talking crunch crunch. It's not healthy. It's not a good thing to do and I think <hes>. It's in a way like like when you get when I get distracted like if it's almost like if you're most of your attention is there. You're doing these instinctual things on the other side and then like eating or whatever is I think a huge part of that. I know this is GonNa come as a surprise fan mindless ah we've gotten away from having dinner at the table right I mean the sit down at the dinner at the table is just I. It sounds good yeah. It's a wonderful thing and it needs to happen. I know it brings families together together. I get a but I need to see the show. It's true do you do that. Are you more guilty of looking at my phone or my computer than the television <hes> because I don't watch as much as I do like return emails or read emails or just mindlessly scrolling through social media the eating because you're not even really paying attention to what you're eating. I started doing it mainly. When I would go out to grab lunch or by yourself? You know I would just sit at the table at the Barca's it's kind of that. You're eating alone and so I would be on my phone checking emails and then I started noticing. I'm doing it at home even if my husband sitting two feet away and we're both on our phones we'll talk a little bit but yeah you just your meal on your exactly. It could be like how's your dinner. We leave waiter and you think like we didn't even connect because we've heard maybe we'll say something in passing like Oh hey by the way with <hes> where where I know it affects people and I got it psychologists okay but <hes> you know with with parents and their kids. It's really bad oh yeah today's world in restaurants and so it's gotTa happen at home to <hes> you know that distraction of <hes> your kids here. Here's a phone here's a tableau. They'll look my stuff. You look look at your stuff and we're GONNA eat okay. There's a place that place for you being on your tablet being on their tablet <hes> but he was he was Katherine Price who were great book called <hes> how to break up with your phone and she talked about a story ah when she I had her <hes> child.
"katherine price" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"And so there's a notion that well, we could make up for it with Biden's fact, driving over here. I saw billboard for some look like designer's designer vitamins or something, and I can't remember the exact name now. But it was something about like, smart pills or something. But the idea was that this is a smart way to take care of yourself. When in fact, you know, that's nonsense like gives people a sense of efficacy. I think when they there's like a whole new movement where they're customized. So you go online and. It's got your name printed on the package and instead of one multivitamin. There's like seven so, you know, you're really taking the good stuff, and it is hard. I mean, I recently did have on the show if you guys are interested in more on the intense kind of regulatory aspects and stuff item. Ines sonia. Pemberton who did a really great documentary called vita mania, which is all about the vitamin crazy. Fact, there's a terrific book also called vitamin. Yeah. And I believe that that film was based probably it's a wonderful writer. Katherine price. Yeah. Yeah. It's a terrific book. But it's also a really terrific look at two things that I think are very interesting one sort of how did we come to understand what vitamins are and how they exist that they exist, which when you think about it is kind of amazing that we could figure this out because they really are sort of magic chemicals, right or magic substances. But then the other thing that's that book really does well is sort of go over this regulatory climate. And how did we get to this point where it's so, you know, there's just so little oversight. Yeah. Eh, but they're such fierce defense of these products. And how sort of like how did we teach America to fall in love with these placebo pills? And then there's the such a strong industry in such a strong lobby. Protect. Oh, yeah. So like situation, she something that I found throughout this whole, let's call it the recovery industrial complex is that there's so much money, but also are sort of vested interests, not just companies that are paying money to produce studies to show that their products were. But you also have sort of people that are presenting themselves as experts in that are doing this. And you have a lot of coaches, and so they sort of have these beliefs earth's these practices and things, and so it becomes sort of self perpetuating, and people believe it, and you have many cases too. I mean supplements is a good example of this a lot of gyms make a lot of money selling these a lot of trainers make a lot of money from these things. So you know, if you're going to someone and personal trainer is selling you supplements. Yeah. You might wanna think twice about why they're recommending. You know, what's there? What are they getting me? It's a great business plan. It's probably not great science. No. And that's you know, I know that probably what I'm about to say is going to sound a little bit elitist. And I hope that it really fundamentally comes down to a more critical thinking approach, but it's one of those frustrating things where for example, like a registered licensed dietitian has gone through in a credited academic program to develop the necessary skills to offer a certain of a certain level of expertise, a medical doctor has gone through in that doesn't mean there aren't bad versions of those people..
"katherine price" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"You go to screen free dot org, which they're not a sponsor. I it's dot org. But I think it's just a great thing at night. They have things you can download that explain to the family sort of why we're doing this how we're going to do this. And you have to make it like I said a whole family thing because there's nothing worse. We've all had this experience of our kids going out to dinner and you say like we're not bringing the ipad. You're gonna sit in. You're gonna talk to your friends your cousins, whoever it is. And then you get there and the other kids have the ipads for the long car ride, the restaurant, the vacation at DisneyWorld, whatever. And then your kid is like what the hell because the kid that they're supposed to converse with is fully best in their screen. Right. It's you can't make this one-sided. So we have to all do it. And I think you kind of own it. I remember we did this at least five years ago. But I remember sitting down with my kids and saying, okay, we're going to do this. And we're all going to do this together. You do have to sell it a little bit as a crazy. Adventure that you're going to do together. Because it is it's a big undertaking. At least a I oh, my kids are going to freak out when I tell them about this. That's the part. I'm scared of stuff. That's scared us. Yeah. We can do it. It's just whether we can survive the day where I tell them we're doing that. I'm not really clear on you know, it it curse to me. I went to a presentation about vaping and teenagers, and this, you know, we're not gonna talk about vaping. But the woman who was presenting it. She said if we want our kids not to vape than the way into it is to say to them. Can you believe that these companies make like twitchy rule and Swedish fish flavored nicotine to give to you? Can you believe that they think that they can sell that to kids and the sort of indignation at the man is what will get your kids to react against it. Okay. Which the screen parallel though. I'm not following. I think the way in is to talk to your kids about do you see how you finish the level? I mean, we all know you try to get. Kids off the screens. They have to finish the level. They have to finish the world is just two minutes left. They just have to do this. They've almost exploded the whatever how that stuff is built to keep you on and keep you using and not disengaging. Yeah. And if you talk to them about that like, do you see how they're tricking us. It is a way in that. My kids could get their hooks into and could respond to like you. Right. And then they are sort of a little bit invested in showing that they can do it. You know, it's us against them. They think that we can't put these down. We're going to just for a week and see what happens. Yeah. I mean, I'm curious. I don't think doing it is going to be that hard. I think break it to them is going to be horrendous. I think you're right because one of the things that I advocate for and this is what really works for our family around screens screen free times and scream free spaces. And so we do a lot of that. Like, we never bring screens to a table. No one ever sits at a meal with a screen. And I mean, again, my kids are younger like I know with my kids don't have their own phone that they have in there. Pocket all the time. So like that's not about a war fighting yet. We don't screens in the car when we go on vacation with my sister for the summer were it screen free. When we go on vacation, basically where like we don't use screens vacation. Like, my kids are fine doing it. But on the flip side like we have scream free time. So I'm like you forty five minutes of screens after school. And it's become the kind of problem where I limit it. Which is good. It's a very limited amount of time. But my kids I'll be like, oh my God. It's a gorgeous day. Let's walk down and get ice cream in town and their ole miss our screen time. If we do that like they're so invested in now right after school scream free time that they're not flexible, right? So I'm hoping that we can I can show them during screen free week. Like, hey, if you don't have to rush home for screens Mike can bring like tennis rackets to pick up, and we can go and like go to the public court and hit tennis balls around for awhile, isn't that more fun than like sticking your face in employing roadblocks? Like, I'm going to try to do like make it really fun and sort of say like, hey, not screens, lots of fun. It doesn't you know? It doesn't have to be everyday doesn't have to be a basket of puppies. You can like you said go. Get ice cream or like bring a soccer ball. You do have to prepare a little bit. I get the birthday presents from the back of the closet. You know that the spin art set that you like you never actually use, and you may need to sits around you kinda pull that stuff out. Get ready had the options ready to go. You don't have to spend a lot of money. Like, I said you don't have to buy tons of stuff. But you're gonna have this stuff. Get out the Legos, and the toys and the stuff that the kids don't usually bother with and just rotate it just like a preschool teacher does sometimes it's blocks and sometimes it's crayons. I have the stuff out. And then the next I have something else out. My family likes to do puzzles. We've kind of discovered this from like the sort of screen free and position, and I have older kids. So we'll do a thousand piece puzzle and just leave it out on a coffee table in the house until it's done, and it can take you know, three weeks. Whatever everybody goes a couple of pieces had things like that sort of ready to go. So it doesn't feel like the most parched desert that you can imagine. It doesn't have to be. And then when you did it did you underscore were you like isn't this more fun than? Doing screens. Or did you just sort of let it be? What it was? You know, what you let it be what it is. Because you're gonna be this is how it was for us. And this is how I'm expecting it to be again for like the first forty eight hours. It's weird your itchy. You're a little irritable. Without it. You know, a little like what I'm going to do. But you almost immediately notice that sort of ghost going to look at the phone going to pick up the phone going to fill the moment. Right fill fill. The elevator arrived with pulling my phone out as if I didn't just tech at three minutes ago, you notice that. And that's what keeps you going. The I mean, truly or like they have the screen in the elevator. And you're like what is the weather going to be like on Thursday? Like, it's like, we're such. Yes. Hamsters like it's madness. And so it's like the first the first two days like, you're detoxing, and you do feel it. But on the other hand you also see like, oh my God. Like how many times do I go pick up my phone? So here this is a good tip. But I didn't do last time when I'm going to do this time. Katherine price has a website called screen life, balanced dot com. And her ideas have just gotten a lot
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"What did i do that myself and that's where you get to self judgment it right then yeah yeah that's kisha broker and katherine price talking about living with diabetes kisha has type two kathryn type one will hear more from them later on this illness can also affect your ability to get work you're not supposed to be fired because you have diabetes but will you get hired for a job in the first place alan you looked into it if you have thi bt's here in america there are some jobs you're probably not going to get you can't join the coast guard the army any branch of the military sometimes it's possible to get a special waiver but generally the policy is no right now the military can simply disqualify you if you have diabetes and the insulin adam roth in those this he's been rejected from several branches of the military because he has type one adams in great shape he'd already done the situps pushups the running the monkey boss to paul's the military's physical tests that the courses into you don't it doesn't make exceptions for diabetics everyone's treated the same right now he works into by that's where i reached him there is a lot of you know running around there's an obstacle course you're crawling under the barbed wire and you know the the the things that people see in movies one who to try to sneak him in i recall one recruiter telling me hey just don't tell them that your diabetic and then maybe they'll find out while you're already in and you'll be able to stay and you know i'm sure they had good intentions but you know obviously that would be i think criminal in in lying on my application did eventually get a job in law enforcement later he joined the security detail for the secretary of commerce he polices exports so he has a job that he likes but he still has to deal with other people imagine having diabetes is like one time several.
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"So to help answer all our vitamin questions we turn to an expert my name is katherine price in my book is vitamin e a how vitamins revolutionized the where we think about food okay we have our expert let's start with something basic like what is this except it's not so basic the tricky thing about providing astaire definition of vitamin is that technically there really isn't one but for the purposes of not totally confusing that's right from the beginning you can say the vitamin is a substance that we need in very very small amounts in order to prevent a particular deficiency disease and the substance is found in food soap sticking with the basics how many vitamins are there the list of vitamins today would be a b c d e and k and there are eight be vitamins the go by others names like nias n or firemen arrived flavor and things like that but there's a thirteen total human vitamins these thirteen vitamins they are cast of characters today and really they're kind of vips i mean we would die without them that's how important they are we need vitamins because they help make reactions happen and they do so by helping to create or help facilitate these things called enzymes which are large protein molecules that help chemical reactions speed up by multiples i mean up to millions and millions of times faster than they would on their own and that keeps life going here are some of those chemical reactions we completely rely on vitamins and food to make happen regulating our body temperature excreting waste synthesizing dna building and breaking down muscles and bones blood clotting energy production the creation of the chemicals that allow our nerves to communicate and that means they're keeping our brains functioning basically everything if all of these reactions were left to run at their own speed without enzymes life would grind to a halt and we die.