17 Burst results for "Katie Piper"

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

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05:21 min | 9 months ago

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

"Needed money or ID or just you know some kind of currency to get trouble, so yeah, I strapped that so of across my chest and Monmouth is everywhere very very good and I'm like that credit card lip gloss. And my phone those are the three things I need on running. The essentials I liked to. And best time of Data Ron has to be the early for me. Really see poorly pre locked on. It would be that six am and it sounds really vein, but then I can go with dirty hat. No makeup on no. Run get in the bag, come home wash and and get myself ready for the day and put put my glamorous GonNa make heals everything on, and wherever have if meetings run lay or unexpected things? Happen doesn't matter because I. got that run in the bag this morning when the world hadn't started. You know it's important to me before life starts to get it done. And also I taught me to find this I. Mean I feel really energized once I've done something so if I do in the morning I'll feel better for the day ahead, but if I put off an off then kind of less lately to do at Filbert more lethargic I definitely lose enthusiasm and I worried if I ran to say in the evening. Would I be able to sleep? Because I think I'd be too awake than and be suddenly rearranging kitchen drawers at ten pm and stuff I know. Italian running has made I. Mean I sleep easily all the time anywhere whenever I recline I'm. Do credit running with us well. Yeah, and your favorite place to run. Well I think it's changed as I've got older because I did love city running And now I live more countryside and I and I love that view enough the open space and less people around But I really love if I go on a great holiday, which isn't very often, it might be going away work I really love running on holiday and saw sightseeing and doing it may my husband..

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"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

04:20 min | 9 months ago

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

"The handful got the okay. I'LL POW woke. I'll enjoy when I get to the top of the hill on the run backup. Backup and I. Did doesn't mean I can't tell you I didn't run today that still at that still a run You really got to get out there and do you and when it's tough, take yourself back to that point in your mind of why did I start this? And where my at now, and that's what always made face me. No Gianina of the people you know that searchers true don't compare yourself to others, and and you're right. If you want to walk, just walk. Me Is more important than you enjoy it and you get the enjoyment factor. Then you kill yourself trying to push and then never want to come back for more because it wasn't an enjoyable experience. Yeah I mean walking is still pumping. The blood still circulates in the blood. Your heart is still racing. You're still going the lactic acid in all those good things will. There's endorphins everything still happening my only was. Don't stop you. If you get a stitch, you walks remit than you pick back up to a job I never liked to stop at Israeli. Annoyed you put us comes to the ED that you owe. It stopped at their. Their one hundred charter software Fana- mail and do it over. I'll never come to a standstill and I started doing that thing where I shed. You'll a couple of podcasts back to back so the I know Kato for an hour, these podcast would be in our in twenty so at least I'll get home, but then you get home, and then you're not finished and I'm just going walking around until the finish because I don't WanNa stop now. So. They're either too short too low and they're never right in the middle. Yeah, yeah, that's true, which is difficult because I always get people saying to me for Port Kanye make it longer, but then if it's too long, then it's not as easy to digest, so it's quite. You've just got to kind of think of And so Katie I have got run port quick. Fire Ryan. If you're up for it, it's not a promise. Pretty, easy. Okay, so when you're right running. People obsessed by trainers. which trainers do you swear by well I? Have a complaints mate because I got these Nike, trainers I saw everyone recommending on instagram goatee, place that anything and actually just today I came back and notice that the fame bottom of the shoe had split old down the bag, and the only six months old. So perhaps I need a recommendation. Can you give me? Recommendations needs to buy some new running?.

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"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

"Running if it's not sunny, would you go running in the rain? Yeah I. Mean That's my preference in a run I don't like running in really hot weather to be honest I. Find It more difficult. Where my face is a skin graft of lost the ability to sweat in the areas that I'm burnt which for me is whole, face, neck, chest, my back, my buttocks, and of my arms and hands, so I kind of sweat profusely on my scalp on my legs by literally, but back celebrities like dripping wet overcompensate say it's harder to continue in a good time if it's hot weather, so a light, but of drizzle was really refreshing Nice I, really like that. Yeah, I can imagine that overnight are. That's fascinating that therefore you sweat more in other places. Yes and you go really really read. But you don't. It's really weird so like if you do like wanted to Mahathir Marathan put some makeup on say when you finish the makeup's puff at immaculate, because it doesn't drip or sweat anywhere, but you look part read, but nothing smudged is all still there, and then you legs alike dripping with sweat, and if one just looks in thinks that's a really good prime. She's wearing. That's an amazing setting spray Anita Bush together Baker. How are you? The nutrition side of things I knew that you said you don't run to lose weight, but are you good? You healthy generally. I'm not bad I enjoy eating healthy I enjoy cooking from scratch I. don't eat any processed food because cooking is a hobby for me I i. You know I love doing it. We did it together in the evenings as a couple but I think because I'm a mom. Don't really go out in the evenings. Oss been either working laptop or watching Telly on the SOFA and know even of Friday and Saturday nights. That will involve sometimes some cakes and crisps and So is not really out of hunger. It's just out of habit and so of traits and stuff like that but then you know I probably move as much as I eight, so the balance is kind of okay, when proponent so much in lockdown of proven eastern slightly. Inviting I think that's okay. I I think everyone's maintained that in fact in lockdown. If we just had a really healthy lockdown, imagine we'd all be emerging like supermodels night, but instead we've all just gone. It's just nice and comfy at home, isn't it? Being base skits just have a nice time, but the good thing is i. mean as you said earlier on, you said. You know that you have been doing something every day so the London. Diners if if you've been healthy and you've been able to score there for that walk or run every day. It's actually been quite a nice little fitness regime. You can develop. Yeah and actually one thing I've really enjoyed. Seeing is when you do. Go out running or taking the kids out for walks. You see people that you might have sin before out walking or running anything think how nice that this is opened up the world of fitness to people that might have felt pushed out all that it's not for them, and they can't do it and everyone. Elsie seen to be enjoying it that walking and talking in the having a nice evening stroll is not like that doing it because they hate their bodies, and they fill it they half to..

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"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:37 min | 9 months ago

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

"I'm pretty much like year if I if I go away for a Kamara. WanNa kind of sit and hotel room which Telia on get retrain his on him. run down by the river and see you the buildings and the architecture say you never stop exploring. Trajan over. It was one time we used to ice film quite regularly down in Bournemouth area where you just mentioned and are I'd be so excited because running along the promenade, they're going beyond towards sandbanks direction. It's just the best run. Yeah also I'm quite nosy. Just people watching and kind of making up stories in my head of like that's on the bench. I wonder what they're doing onto other. Going on what they're thinking. They're waiting for some. Maybe they're on the first day. You know and just find it really interesting to have a little snapshot of other people's Lives Yano I even with that as well. I'm always fascinated I'm I'm probably getting it completely wrong as well the way. Just a fun game to play I. Think and do you are your little girls, are they? Are they kind of quite sporty? Already? They showing any signs of being active one. One of them's too young probably. Yeah no that they're very outdoorsy and my eldest daughter. He's six very proud. She won the sprint race and Sports Day she she sort of toe and long legged, which is not me. I'm fit three and always have to roll up the short jeans from top shop. Von My husband's ready tools I. Think I. think she's taking off to him and. She goes running with me in lockdown but it's not in on instagram. It looks quite idyllic with is not idyllic. Because we run, she gets the stitch gets bored wants to pick daisies we come across cows. And then she wants to like shouts at the cows in the field and stuff so I. Mean, but it is fun. We still get to chat and run. Warren won't together and also we taught how to ride a bike without stabilize in lockdown, supposed the kind of run alongside she cycles, thing but yet as so out doors, even the two year. Olds outdoorsy you. You know they they much rather when they're at high in being the garden than be endorsed playing toys, so it's something I'm really looking forward to take that next stage for my eldest daughter, when we can actually really run together and put up my run on and discounters of run alongside and in silence might now the quiet Stein actually. He had his lovely. Although if your daughter likes to chat like mine, does it will impossible because I had we went for a run together, and she just wants to talk and I'm not. You Really GonNa. Use up all your energy chatting. She's like now. and. Do you have a junior park? Run near where you're? No we don't we we used to. We lived in six, and we had one and genius Portland was a big our lives. We used to go, and my eldest was fantastic. We take the youngest in the buggy and sort of Gabon the edges. A bit than than won't diagnose the field to the finish line. But my youngest didn't get issued sprint off at the start, and then so we'll get stitch and war then sprinted the end. We were of coacher to find a pace. Fetch I. Think she she do that. She did under fifteen minutes on I developed the nets. Yeah, and she and she liked the the. Saying the older girls. She really likes US seeing the older girls are doing and then also if she can get a crop tall up. Like calm down a K-, it's January carved out. It's very easy call. You'll be fine.

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"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

"Isn't it as a gorgeous race as well I mean it was. It was a bit muddy in the the mark last year, but just it's just a lovely lovely event. Although do find that last, there's a stretch at the end and it's only. I remember seeing the four hundred meter site feels live four kilometers. Really Dr. it feels like such a slog at the end because it's so beautiful, single the sights of London. You think caught your navigate to go through London like this. Everything closed scorgeous, but yet when you. When you get to the end, it's absolutely cannot be, but then actually I think feeling. When you've done. It is so amazing. It's just it's like no. The high that I've ever experienced siphon tested. When you see the finish line. When just there you know it's in the distance. Do Sprints, or do you go account I'm just GonNa just keep running. I tried that boy. My legs feel like Let. You know I! Love running, but I'm by. No means a safer FASI FIT person. You Know I. What did I do the VO pox? I think it was. Two hours seventeen minutes, so it's not a good the Lee. Yeah I mean. But I thought it was, it was completing it. You know, and and not never walking. Don't like to walk because if I walk by run again so after kind of run the hallway and have you got your sights set on? Maybe doing a further distance or you happy at half marathon? Every time we get to the end of half marathon I think couldn't do that twice. So I think yeah. I think that's my limit half. They do if you to, and this is what everyone says on. They do a half marathon. Why couldn't do that twice? But if you went and ran a five K. as fast as you can in Arza, ten? K., you're obviously going to do a slower five K., so if you were going to do Marathan, you would do a much slower half Mars, or at least that's the plan, so that ups steady i. But. Yes, you're right. At the end of a half marathon. Having done marathons a few time. I think these are much nicer, aren't. Nice light thirteen miles, which is still ito quite a long way, and there is something amazing about the atmosphere on race days, so don't you think? Yeah there is an it sort of reminds you that we are all connected and we're. We're old. We're all the same and in some aspect, and in when you're in the crowded streets of any city in commuter time we really connect, but when you're in the crowds of a run, this just a sense of community and love, and and seeing the good side to people and that kind. Kind of Rick does restore your faith in society, and it's nice to feel pots of that because we don't get to do that often..

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"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

"I mean I, presume that you meet a lot of people who have been through something similar to I met someone recently who had been through choir, traumatic experience, and the anxiety of getting back home, and going for a run was something that put her off actually, and until recently she was only trading on a treadmill I think she was scared by being on the open, and being on her own as well. Is that something that you ever considered or if you just been fine with them? No. I think that's something I take seriously. Even now, because part of that is an anxiety, and if you've had trauma, you might have PTSD. Support that you do need to work on maybe a calmer, the professional or through reading, but also PA is about being sensible. You know there was a time when Fema Yoga's webbing targeted and unwinding tax, and I think that's white communities, a great and you know when I was lonely when I finally got the confidence. Running clubs and Paul run, actually are a great way to make new. New Friends without feeling weird, because you're there with that one initial thing in common and probably some other things in common that you can't see on the surface streets away, so yeah I wouldn't recommend anyone runs at night on their own or run through dot, woods and stuff and I think when I did living Chizik in a it was always crowded, and you would always see fellow runners. Yeah I. Know that there's more I might you sometimes when I go to where I could tour quite early in the morning, and in the winter it's four in the morning and I'm driving through central London and I'll see someone running on their own I just yeah. I think I. Think my goodness. You're brave day not, but also just the fact that they're up at four in the morning and running deserves. selfishly? Probably. See I am one of these two out quite early, but I do it with other school mums, so before Carina we were doing six am and two other moms for my ride, and we would just run for like forty minutes. an overrun hyme, quick shower and gates work but yet that was in Aggripa three, and I think sometimes you got to be mindful of spring. Drancourt, it's freezing, cold pitch black at six. Am You don't want to. To be stuck on your own, yeah, but there is something really lovely at running at that time I finish work at six o'clock in the morning when I came off my radio show years ago and I would run home on. It's running. When the sun is rising is sue slash on? Yeah, I can imagine that's really exhilarating. either..

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"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

04:55 min | 9 months ago

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

"I wasn't able to breathe through my nose because a Scottish. Say SORTA felt like I didn't belong at park runs, or an I probably shouldn't tell anyone I'm going to run because they might laugh at me. It was this kind of secret journey. And I was going through lots of plasma problems in ours quite lonely I was living with some elements of and I started to turn to a different type AMAC KP mechanism of drinking on a lifting fly in, and I would take the function day whacking and come across everything altogether an evening out human drink. And I was starting so slightly unravel and replaced me Kinda said they were night. Sing as well. So well I live. I lived inches high eight, and I had an office whereas running with charting Gunness Bray. I thought that is probably about four K. to get from the office to my flat. Maybe I should start trying to run to work in hyme. And it wasn't running. It was run walk run walk, and then when I. Get home at then drinks I think I don't get back out. Okay for rum, because you can't run drunk and dry it my diary and it became closer almost a joke to me and my diary caught run. Junk can't run drunk and every night at run a little bit the and I wouldn't be lonely because running in London is crowded and people smile and fellow runners. Give you that not and in the end. I was like sprinting too for that. That four K. and in the evenings I was running for like an hour, because I didn't want to guy high because I was kind of running away from an empty, flat and bottle of Wine Hyman I go up to doing like ten, k. and then you, my job was running a charity and then Machar. Charge you like what you do Hoffmeyer thin, and then the person that's award run three or four cave into the half marathon and actually loved, and it was just so it and then by that I quit. Drinking wasn't lonely and. I was just running 'cause. I couldn't stop and I loved her. Oh Wow, so I mean gosh for a journey I honestly I thought you. You might have been running before before the incident that happened in two thousand eight, but it was just after that you start it. Yeah I mean before that performed the incident I would see like classes at the gym for body pump and boxes is but hated. Cardio appropriate, never used a treadmill for across trainer for ten minutes to warm up to do weights. Since it never had place in my life, and they used to say as pointless own just didn't feel the suited me, and I be able to do it. Say Yes, weird, weird relationship with it really if it wasn't amazing way to help your recovery as well and you know in terms of getting your confidence in gang gang out the house as well by running..

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"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

04:17 min | 9 months ago

"katie piper" Discussed on RunPod

"Hi there welcome to another episode of Run pod a place where people who run sprints plaud-. Try to break a walk all come together just to share the feel good of running, and it really can make you feel good. It can feel great. In fact, that's why so many people keep coming back for more something happens. When you start running, it's hard. It's a challenge, but there is a satisfaction at the end and even when the going gets. Gets tough. You're prepared to come back and try again another day..

"katie piper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"katie piper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Decisions Zack Taylor had never call plays in the NFL with the exception of a five game stint with the Miami Dolphins dim preclude him from getting a job how many places very be enemy been a part of calling for the Kansas City Chiefs at the highest level in he's a bagel guy right for all our auto use a bagel you too of AT reed's former assistance former office of coordinators had been hired as head coaches they didn't call plays either so there'd be anything is head scratching he deserves an opportunity I think his body of work would suggest he deserves an opportunity I called better place and Zach Taylor my search my my I believe so hotel called worse my understanding is P. enemy when he interviewed with the Bengals his his his philosophies didn't jive with other bangles view their offense being structured where they I think kind of want things revolve around Joe Berle or around Joe makes in the end he was talking about chucking the ball all over the place like he does with Pat my home well so that in itself might have kept him from getting the Cincinnati job and that's just what I've heard but in terms of of more minorities becoming NFL head coaches I think the idea that marvelous deserves a second gig is laughable I certainly would blame the team for hiring him marvelous has NFL coaching bona fides but he doesn't deserve another opportunity he was given to the two opportunities to interview for jobs with the Washington and with Dallas both of those franchises hired head coaches who have coached in the Super Bowl one of them has one one Marvin Lewis hasn't done that it wasn't like those two franchises hired these these men who are or lack qualifications who don't deserve it who don't have experience both of those men have won if Marvin got again I hope for Marvin to get a gig because I think it would be fascinating to see how he would do the franchise not run by my friend but the idea that he deserves an opportunity is is ludicrous Stephen a Smith passes question Jerry Jerry west why they're more American white players in the NBA and Stephen A. Smith brought that up and I'm I'm watching this on waiting for an answer from Jerry west who knows where the bodies are buried perhaps the great one you know he's a logo he's he's done it all yeah and he stumbled and fumbled even though the great majority basketball players in America or white mothers grade school high school the other was the pool is tens of million strong okay but I I think the fact that I Stephen a Smith talked about the last time a white American was like an NBA all star and it went back twenty some years why there's not enough good ones that are NBA caliber and were were pulling players from a larger pool than ever before because the globalization of the game what white American born basketball player is on the outside looking in the deserves a roster spot in the night and they'll sixty minutes did a report that the Syracuse white guard that was still working out in it was quick he was fast but then he was guarded and suddenly could get a shot off right that's a problem right so you could know the to me they're they're mutually schools visions you could say to me boy what's working against the enemy and you could wonder if that's racism on an anecdotal basis in the NBA tell me who the white American born basketball player the deserves an opportunity that's not getting what tell me who that is I can't think of what exactly because he doesn't exist if you can play better why you why not there's not enough good ones why they're there just aren't or dirt or just not enough good why there are quality white American born players in the NBA JJ Redick is at a very long career after being named the player of the year in the country at Duke about fourteen fifteen years ago has had a very good length the NBA careers are players who are white who have been born in the United States who have gotten opportunities by the way there's also white players who were not born in the United States that might not be more fun player in the NBA to watch right now than deluca Dutch might not be a more but a better combination to watch than him and Kristoff's forcing us neither of those players were born in the United States tell me who the white American born basketball player is that's not getting an opportunity to deserve one what's the last of his savior you see was a dormant Justin Dorman had a very lengthy career overseas right played eight or nine years he was never going to play in the NBA that was not going to happen what I discovered from deer park NY is that when I played a six two quick as a cat Jim battle version does in the funeral business right and he would attach himself to me during practice I had difficulty getting my shot off right it was the second so so in in recent years I've watched Jimmer Fredette member Jimmer for daily what use would pull up from the Steph curry ranges of P. why you have these insane point totals and I remember watching him going okay he'll get a chance an NBA team will take a chance on I think the Chicago Bulls did and he won't be able to get a shot off as it turned out Jim referred in the NBA cannot get a shot to go to China someone to China as a star member Adam Morrison at a more simply to again sag yeah I was the player of the year I believe Xavier played him in the NC double a tournament I want to say oh seven I think Xavier beat him how much of it as last college game but anyway Adam Morrison said every conceivable record at a great college program got to the NBA could not get a shot right about love Tyler Hansbrough played for a long time in the NBA but had a marvelous career at North Carolina national champion ACC player of the year the NBA couldn't get a shot off that's often what happens it doesn't diminish their college of compliments but there is I I I I always laugh when people who watch a lot of college basketball to watch the NBA tell me that the NBA plays no defense and I go well then why do all these great college basketball players get to the NBA and then within two or three years they're done it's because the defense is so good that these guys can get a shot off and that is often that happens all the time with with African American players as well Sean Kilpatrick had as good a career at the university of Cincinnati as as anybody I mean it was the second all time leading scorer in the history of the school got to the NBA didn't have point guard skills was a little older is a twenty four year old college senior but more than anything couldn't get a shot off that there's no reason now lastly saver you see I think it's been thirty five years or so since neither team made it to the NC double a turn eighty five was in nineteen eighty five was our what are the odds of that happening this year I contend pretty good I haven't looked at that bracket projections since last week's none of them had you see him I would imagine that none of them will still have you see and Xavier certainly trending downward I got rocky Borman says the best fried chicken on the world's at the farm and rocky boy may want to talk about that issue on race at two thirty five that's fine by me and let's get it out because I I there's no reason not to talk about I have no problem with any other issues you want to continue with my you scenes everything my guess is that you're going to get it if Cincinnati can beat Memphis on Thursday all star to talk my cells in America Xavier faithful love Travis deal it might be the quality and the character of the players themselves that have to really dig down and they can't shoot I'm watching the other game one of the issue twenty six threes against great there's a reason they were open why were they open this is not a good shooting team what I and and I'm sure the coach for greatness the great movement was a McDermott I'm sure he said women don't guard him a three line Intel the star making three yeah I was in you know their stretch this in the the for the next five include a trip to crate and a trip to Seton hall who just beat him in a play mark market twice with markets Howard who who might be the player of the year in the league so there they just had a stretch of three games in a row this in town center they lost two of them that on the heels of losing at Villanova the Biggie schedule provides a lot of opportunities for good wins and last year they were down and came back yeah they they did and they did that largely on the strength of their defense and to me the Xavier team number one you've got to start to get more from the bench when they've lost games or nearly it's been because our bench has been almost nonexistent and yes there's a lot to use there but you need some of those players to step up to make for make up for some of the office of deficiencies of the starters and the other thing is a there's gonna win games on the strength of its on the strength of its defense and the last two games defensively they have certainly shown a a some regression isn't a good to have me back it's great to have you back it's nice to have you here I always I always get a chill when I look at my phone and I see that you've called me let's continue with more if the line becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven under the new agency we all want everyone to rise or fall based upon their own abilities not based upon the skin color and so the enemy deserves an opportunity to be head coach if you give a desired Taylor who simply doesn't have near the pedigree of someone like Jerry be enemy and the bangles our organization committed to diversity and Katie Piper brown is headed diversity the NFL why would you not how are a Bengal who is experiencing success over somebody who was defensive backfield coach for you see well he was the offense of coordinator you see what I did make a difference right now right I think if if you just look at it on the surface now we're not there in those rooms well coaches in interviews matter when you look on the surface at the body of work by the Kansas City Chiefs offense last couple years vertigo one woods and concluded that the offense of coordinator even if he is not directly calling the plays vertigo deserve an opportunity ahead of some of the people you see getting higher no thank you thank you let's continue with more bill Cunningham coming up next is the the lawyer for the president most good friend Donald J. trump Pam Bondi who spent eight years as the aging in Florida and she's going to talk about the presidential strategy later this week all the news radio seven hundred WLW chance to win for two one thousand dollar K. from six AM to nine PM weekdays.

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"katie piper" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

Get Your Glow Back

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"katie piper" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

"It's really funny today. I was recording episode on my pa- costs this morning. And the guest is brilliant at makeup. So last night. I set my really early on gonna do brilliant makeup to impress them. You know, because I gotta be judging. My I make for dinner, and it didn't like that. My daughter wake up before my alarm, and came my bedroom said mommy, can you eat today and five AM would love to read to you. So yes, sometimes that stuff goes out the window by space the principles. I tried to keep is, of course of got to just to suffer the kids, but I'm trying to get in this meditation. So after I've woken up still dressing gown clean t for sure face tweaker a bit and try and do a daily twenty minutes. But it doesn't always happen because just five issue run in the room and. She wants you. Yes. I don't like to ten down because some days I'm away working. Don't get to be part of the morning routine. And then is the journaling as well. Try and do my daily entry whether that's talking about one during the day the goal setting or whether it's talking about yesterday, and what went right and kind of practicing a little bit of gratitude. And that's a lot just those things to fit in is a big thing. And I think that is is sometimes quite hard. And one of the reasons I this poke cost when he looked the civil this industry. There are so many many things you could do. But then you bad. So I think you're right. It's like being like, I could do these things on some days. But it might not happen every day. Yeah. And I almost think sometimes the evenings a little bit easier. Mix one-third bad, maybe a few more hours. Yeah. Have that meat because I used to be structured life, especially when I had the children whites get back into shape, I was really structured exercise, and that she now I think Geno, what is to mentally exhausting to say on gonna wake up exercise meditate journal months off cooked from fresh Joe my browse on, you know, just like. Barrett. Can't do it depending on my works shot. Joe I like to do once daughter's going to school the baby has a nap if I've got childcare and haven't got wet that morning, then I'll exercise, and if I can't I con Amai mindfully, if I haven't accessory sneaks had said, but if I can't get exercising in mo- mindful with choices I'm eating and then will purposely do stuff at the weekend is active with the kids. So it's a bike cried. Whether it's running around the park together to something to get the heart rate going. I think Janette wa I've got the blood pumping of got the endorphins released Amrou together hundred percent Idei try and things like that as well. Because I didn't how I would fit next size on the weekends. So I just think we're going to the park. We're gonna walk hair. We're going to that. I'm not you said just being with kids active amongst play the games run around. You kind of you've done you. Yeah. If it's. That's good. Does see you have to do. Yes. One and five. Yes, pitched, I, you know, I really hate it do a talking months. My baby's thirty six months. Beth ray? I think she's fifteen months 'cause she was December two thousand seventeen the youngest little Christmas surprise surprise. But present. Yeah. Yeah. It was lovely. And actually, it was funny because it kind of wiped out Christmas because I was in stages, but it was lovely didn't have to cook. For anyone. How a you like imparting confidence onto them. Maybe not so much his younger birth for bell. Like, how do you kind of help feel confident I suppose, I'm mindful of my own words and thoughts around myself because you know, of a serial we try not to say negative things about our appearance around children trying to get feather. Not even having negative thoughts about myself because I feel like children pick up energy like an explosion. And. Yeah. No, I feel that children pick up on energy in the house. So I try and be kind of wear the bell. She's festive school now say you can have proper conversations with her and trying influence the language. She uses of when she can come Symes as I can't do this or I couldn't do that. And I say, no, I couldn't once either. And I learnt it. And that's what you're doing at the moment. You're just learning it. So everyone has to start with not being able to do it. That's the learning point. But I know I went always get it. Right. And I know bow will have confidence crisis like many of us do going back to being visual the whole of our downstairs, Lou has posted nights, quite poems. Affirmations who stuck on the tiles? So it's a really visual place that is opposed to face to have a way and hope Veres bows learning to read the moment. So as she progresses that hopefully, those visual things will empower hope affirmations the tell you. Well, I suppose it's always trying to combat that not good enough type that consultants play until as you can get the comparisons. Especially in our job, you can get the impostor syndrome, but you can feel like everyone else's credible and belongs there, but you at it's really every view. Yeah. Is so crazy. So I suppose I kind of have these athlete maiden after mations of no, you've got something to contribute, and you have been and people are looking chief fora and actually instead of thinking other people are better than you. Why not learn from them and Keat learning and keep buying books and keep researching and don't see as competition. See as education, which is easy for me to sit here and say because on your heart. Today's is difficult say sometimes going back to all these years, I had surrendering and acceptance you have to do that in present day as well, and surrendered sometimes not being the first or something not being the best is something and that somebody has to be so why not year? That's really true. I think it kind of translates to any field of work or even in your social life for all sorts of things that Sotoudeh surrendered o k being not the best. Joining Ernie ready. One person can be the best. And it doesn't matter you somewhere in between when it gets pinnacle of acknowledge feel they're the best. There's always someone they feel is better than them. And also is it non Jing the end of something not always trying to revive or keep something live and sang actually that chapter is Eva, and that's okay. 'cause I must celebrate the new ones they let when you have a baby you realize cont radio cropped up again and actually that so right? And then you must acknowledge look the new ones if I do they don't open for everybody and you must practice gratitude. And I'm like the wrong side of tees. And if I don't, drew, my eyebrows. And I do get comments saying you, and I'm not. Oh that you know. And I just think I'm not the nineteen year old with the other eyebrows for that's right because we do age is normal like aging signifies, not dying. So why is it so negative? But to really interesting putting it I think a lot of confidence people comes in the way that they look like the way they dress during that makeup. But sometimes as a Monday can slip because you kind of have to to who clothing. I've definitely would like dresses white coats out and ready regretted. Do you have a way of kind of dressing in clothing line? So you'll receive plays dressing yourself doing a makeup that works as a mumber also helps you feel confident. Yeah, I've definitely been with the white coat in the dress. And it comes good intention of like, I'm going to be small, and I'm going to not be just a mom. I'm not going to be defined. And then you to Tumba talks in your an on your knees. And your shelves debate. Scuffing the time you realize never again. But that's okay. It's fine. You're finding yourself. But yeah, I space to me once I came on. It was always about the most precious currency of time. And it was actually I didn't have time to get ready and to protest getting the baby Reggie, so let little things of organization like my thing, occa- classes, usually in gym gear. But soon as arrange today for an untruth some dense in rages with the baby afterwards. So the night before my get outs, and jeans they still do job. So I don't have that big attention when they don't do often, I seven AM choose a shoe and just my neck state of a nice, flat shoes jeans and jump it's wear. And it's the little things that make you feel less harassed and rushed one hundred percent. I think the mooning who is slightly difficult. There's a lot to do in the short period of time to get out the house. So doing that step the night with full would you may be your maker doing anything else to kind of help the morning of. Easier. I might try and treat myself if I finish unexpectedly I'm going to blow dry, and no actually as a mom with dry Shumpei commit that last week here, then I actually have to touch my hair and work on my confidence in the I just don't have time for makeup when I'm with my kids. But for me that means something additional of appropriate. We'll get more questions some strangers about my parents, what happened to me. So it might be the night before reading an formation book and reading have helped book saying, you know, at needs some set on on for five AM's where makeup go to monkey music laws, but she reading this will prepare me for those questions or there's uninvited stares or the actually maybe the rotten easter's never my head. You know, kind of a quick in myself for the world without may Kappen. Another kind of audio almost for the food and urine strictly who I work. You're amazing amount. Must have been. A huge on a big confidence for people to be watching dawn saying the. The house is pretty flawed. Yeah. You're right. I mean, you hit the now the head it wants on just start breastfeeding. So kind of like, why am I signing? Leotard? Like, I think pay was six months old dislike hype by Lee or anything like that. And I can't dance. So it was kind of like going back to let you know, when you're journaling about do something each month at terrifies you. I mean that was the book stick of a strictly, but it was good. Because a lot of this stuff. I do is quite heavy stuff. Sometimes some of the documentaries is people with strong stories. Some harrowing stories so strictly was everything that you think you'd be FaceTime glitter fon, and that was quite refreshing for me and my professional life, and it's nice to smile. Joyous health. Yeah. And let yourself go. You know, I still don't think now.

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"katie piper" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

Get Your Glow Back

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"katie piper" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

"Would you say I hate labor on the? Yeah. Space say, yeah. I try to practice patients, and I try to surrender and let guy and that's part of trust. So it depends. What you trust? If you trust in religion and God in just goodwill. Good human nature. Good comma or something else bigger bigger than that. And have you always been spiritual or to come to you along your journey of life? I think it's forced upon me. I think as younger person I was like a textbook kinda teenager, selfish and only really worrying about the things are going on in my life or my media circle. So you know, when I was young the news outlet, we had was print media. So everything that was written in the daily paper. That was all you have a new that was happy. Inning. And you trust it. My space was created. When I was like in the twenties, I mid twenties. So yeah, it was a self absorbed time life, and then when I went on my journey of medical recovery. I was forced to look at acceptance and accepting things that hadn't welcomed into my life hadn't planned didn't want there in the short term or the long-term. So that made me do a lot of researching reading meeting of people may not even trays into me people that just came into our life free circumstance, but later on find out that was ad vantage to me, and that was a positive thing. And did that happen over time? That can't imagine that you sort of work up. I accept this. Did you have to work on it and read in kind of mold over to get Paul's thoughts? Yeah. Ever decade? And even now, I you know, I have things I think really wish this wasn't in my life. Of course. But it is. So how can? They make it work around me vol than me have to work around it. And I think we all have those things we all have challenging dynamics and families disease. Disability sickness happening. He the close to home or directly, and we have to suss out hundred percent and something very useful that came out of your recovery with your Katie piper foundation. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. I mean that was a huge positive, and, you know, often people talk to me about treatment recovery surgery. You know, USA say what actually is a blessing to live in a country where we have access to treatment. Yes. We I try not to see a negative thing. Some people don't get to go through treatment, mentally physically. So the foundation was born from some of the treatment. I did access was abroad. So it was bringing that treatment the UK, and it's hard for anyone that CEPA small business or charity. The some great victories and great moments. But there's also some awful. You know, it's a real struggle trying to do something innovative something new the lowest. If you will that say, you can't do it that would will not believe in new not support you, but we've had the chassis for eleven years, and I'll main goal was to set up a skull management center. And we have that center in Liverpool now, so Fred it to the trustees the tame but also credit to humanity because that's a publicly funded organization. So you think when you have down days, and you think this even in the world, and you read the news for me. That's a massive driver say, no, Geno. Walk people have done mountain, climbing marathons cake sells wherever they've done. They've done all of that. And they've helped us raise all that money to the center say that's my kind of pot help get me restored my faith in humanity. When I feel down do you think it boosted your confidence to be doing something nor just for you? Do you know what I mean like you were looking pass your self to help? This who they could get the same help that you had do you think that that has helped to be confident kind of looking outside of yourself in the heat to help others. Yeah. I mean guys back that theory of now his self less every two selfish away because even free things charity. You get film. If you're not a good place yourself. It's destruction is purpose. And it sort of helps you make sense of terrible things if you can kinda have good outfit. But yeah, it definitely was inspiring for me because I met people that had been through terrible things that you think how do they carry on? But they did, you know. And then sharing those stories was great therapies space in a way. Yeah. Do you have a mooning routine or kind of way you set yourself up for the day to kind of feel bright positive confident? I do as you must know sometime playing at the water. It's

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"katie piper" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

Get Your Glow Back

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"katie piper" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

"In your survey about the different stages of motherhood and then switching. Into kind of boss made as well. Because you do have to be a bit more masculine in the work force to get by. But then you do need the feminine energy in FU flow at home. Yeah. You have to be careful like Wham work. I can't come home and be to see to my husband. Otherwise, I wouldn't have a husband to come back to, you know, have to be patient and gentle with my five year old, whereas if it were have to have different boundaries and the different energy site. I suppose a compensation about identity because you don't wanna lose yourself as to who. Am I? And then if you have an online presence, the whole other identity world say to keep the confidence you need to keep things back feel self and moments fear, self and stays centered which is easier said than done when I before when spy Joe, my podcast, we talked about meditation, and that something I'm at the early stages of I went on a course, and I'm trying to meditate. That's so Adonis my confidence in lose that bit of mame in a is that because you have a bit of you time. What helps you feel confident by meditating? I think it's very much about me time because one of became a mom lost time for me. And then I feel selfish go, and do, you know, the textbook me stuff? Like a facial. They I don't have time for that. And if I did the idea of Gil say meditation from. Me feels like doesn't have guilt attached to it because it's quite important for mental health. It gives me more time because I'm investing in being more productive. So it feels valid and it feels okay to do it. And it feels like when it's going to benefit the family. So. Do you have any other daily practices that you think help you be more confident? Yeah. I mean, I'm a very visual person. So journaling is big part of my life lime thirty five. So journaling was part of my childhood. I had the diary with the padlock that my mom and dad repapered and read reading ground me. And then I went through the stage of stretching journals when I got so my twenties cringing at what a hoot and now I've come round to journaling because in business. It makes me more productive. Having my lists. My goes, also, if I write privately, I can be really honest from right? My failures and recognize patterns and see that the failures are that sets up for the break freeze the successful moments. Anna can stop myself being Abedin and being to run t- online or to rent to my husband, if I can kind of emotion vomit in that journal. You know, it's quite cathartic. I actually released journal it was one of my books. But it's got space for people to interact, right? But it also cool suits accountability in action, and it has attached and things than to do in it. So I even used that journal myself because sometimes I mean, you must from writing you can have good intentions want to use it as a away to late. But you just sit there with a mind blank one hundred percent. Sometimes you need these questions Sukuzi. Yeah. I think so I think it's helpful especially as British people. If someone said, oh went postive by yourself or right three things. You like yourself you'd be like Gardner, like us know, our coach, you know. So Nick nut prompting, I think his fighter who is really interesting. What you just said about fade is and kind of learning from the having a breakthrough from them because I think a lot of the time we think confident people successful people never go through these things. But I mean, everyone does day. Yeah. What do you think eveland through moments Fadia will when things haven't? Quite gone. Your way, I space. I've learned is to take back seats and to take my meant to take stock because I think when you experience fater it very quick to sort of write that off and say, well this happened because of this reason now I'm doomed and it could have been prevented. This is one of my biggest regrets. When actually if we could take stock and just allow that to be prices into happen within time. We might see the reason why that happened, and why actually that might have been needed in our lives because almost instantly we want to work everything out label on it, and categorize it. But sometimes it might take years for us to say, I'm quite glad that person left my life, or I'm quite glad I wasn't accepted into X circle. Because it wouldn't have been good for me. But you may not have been added to have that in hindsight at the time as far as it's going to build a patient's, isn't it being patient and not demanding answers. Everything that time, and you can't always work everything out. But that say Kay, and it might come to you sometimes years later you come Christmas two-person. Would

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"katie piper" Discussed on talkRADIO

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06:25 min | 2 years ago

"katie piper" Discussed on talkRADIO

"To e you weekend may tells you I'm not for turning and then the Daily Mirror has got a story about an acid attack victim talking about how Katie piper helped her as she struggled to cope with yesterday. Extremely Katie saved my life in the Daily Star game, Satan match devil post as Becca that's Boris Becker faces wife in court, but let us also should say safety Joseph. Hello. And day. Green is blue right? We are going to kickoff this hour with the Keller banning single use plastics and unveiling a Compostable carrier bag and the in Ferguson his environment manager of the cooperative. Good good morning to you in. So this is excellent news for people who've been looking with dismay at the amount of plastic that we Chuck away. Good morning penny. Yes. We're very proud of this initiative with a a bag you can use it to carry shopping home is just as strong McCurry back. But when you finished with it, you can put it in your food west collection. I'm they will be taken away and dealt with by the council, and how long does it take to decomposing? The certified to European standard. That shows that they will come post in the council system within three monks. And and how long is a normal plastic bag. A normal bag would take several hundred years. That is incredible isn't it? So what was it that prompted the cop to do this? Well, we want to reduce the amount of plastic really us and carry bags is one of the issues that we face and even though we've seen a large reduction in the number of single use bags ball by customers since the charge. There are still people who go to various reasons. So the. Because if they get the bag all they're just passing the bag within the rush hour of the house by something urgently and haven't had a bag day need to have a solution. And it can be an in store we wanted the solution that would would work for our customers would also would reduce traffic use would provide a valuable second juice. Mrs wireless bags about in. Is this going to cost people who shop in the court anymore is just gonna make their products more expensive because presumably you're spending money on this project? Although will there be through people laid off because you're spending money on this. What are the sort of perhaps the unintended consequences of this for consumers of bourbon shop is in the car and the workers there. Well, the bags cost the same amount as the previous bags for the shopper. So there's no difference with shopper demand didn't initially so transported a much shorter than the previous bags. It shouldn't have any impact at all an awesome positives. Good. And also, am I am. I right in thinking that the black plastic food trays which are rejected by most recycling centers gets all of them. But the vast majority do not take the black plastic hard plastic food trays euros against up using that. Yes, we we've done a lot on removing black plastic already, and we have a programmer removal of prostate, and we aiming play that by the end of twenty twenty we've already done as I said was gun laws on his. So we've we've got some really interesting products out there at Christmas you'll see chocolate box selections with clear plastic. We've got sushi completely recyclable packaging. Almost all our process producing clear trays, and we're aiming to to change a lot of those trays into cow poop, lots going on. There's there's a lot of supermarkets to before which aren't doing this Little's promised also promised to stop using plastic packaging by the end of the month and L D announcing Agassi's replacing these black plastic trays with clear recyclable alternatives in Iceland says it went bananas in plastic. So actually, this is really good news. And that's his house this come almost entirely from consumers. Yes. Consumers and there's been a groundswell of consumer interest since the blue planet program, but we do work on it for some years before this. In fact, we can trace our our work on this. Well, back to you know, essentially to two thousand and two when we remove Michael from called brand products. I'm. Listen, no, other alternative to plastic. Anyway, for example, have can we not coming out go to a different John how I'm trying to think of something you didn't like egg boxes, for example. They tend to be not all of them. But they tend to be kind of cardboard mixture. Can we don't go back to that sort of thing? Areas where you can go back to talent not on L premiums premium tomatoes, which in a lovely Kabul back. We've declared the tastic discs on our pizzas with a car dot which was very technical challenging. But there are some areas where we find an alternative on the best. We think we can do is to make it as recyclables possible. Underlying? Choice of packaging with what the local authorities will collect in will the copy banning things like a face wipes wet wipes that we know was really really bad for the environment or perhaps other things the plastic and tampons as well, apparently, they're they're terrible war frost. Cotton buds, cutting bugs, we changed in two thousand six paper stems on wipes. We very carefully labrador wipes to say Bando flush, and the the the the level is actually when you're listening to live out. It's dash staring at you. I will will come by trying to improve further. We're looking at everything to try to make it as best as possible. It is. It is funny though, bell wipe. So isn't it? I swear when I was growing up. There was no such thing. As to why he had a flannel. I know..

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08:19 min | 2 years ago

"katie piper" Discussed on talkRADIO

"And that is an acid attack victim talking about Katie piper. And has pulled it from the Brinker suicide does she struggled to Cape in the Daily Star game, set, Satan match devil post as bekker's Boyce. Bake- Baker faces wife in court, but we're going to kick off with a story out of Liverpool. This is. Liveable city council debating emotion calling for the government to pause review and fix universal credit. And the Palmer is Joe Anderson morning to you. Come on. This is this is continuing its rollout in Liverpool. Universal credit? Timothy little more for those who don't know what universal quantities explain briefly what it's about. Well, it's it's the Goldman to censor. Sliced benefit system by something. So go message not mind one single. Universal. Talks. So dave. Missing in Liverpool. Still the five thousand claimants for the last. Twelve months. On huge. Impact on those people we've seen we've produced a report about basically the system is designed to simplify supposedly simple. We believe unintended consequences. We call on intended consequences because we don't believe that it's been deliberately designed polish people putting false is having a real negative impact so coal because a lot of times people wanna make comments just maybe for political Austin and also political positions to say, don't do this all stop this. We've participated in the pilots to be so we can actually comments based on African to what we've seen and what we know. Who? As I said, we've called fifty five thousand people in little who are going to be moving on to universal credit. The five thousand people a lot of show real CD's halt. The consequences. Of course, you know, we all picking up the pieces. We all. Helping people it's cost to support those five thousand people. Sorry to interrupt Joe. But, but if I can just say, so so you agree that the whole the whole idea of the universal credit was to try to make it. So that the whole affair trying to claim benefits was a Don site easier than it was he didn't have to have to have all these different these claim for all these different parts. It was all going to be one universal credit. The problem it seems. And we've heard about is is it's this delay between get it between applying for it and getting the first payment, and as we know the longer that delays without any money, the more pulling your situation is that's that's really it. In a nutshell, isn't it? We asked him you make some of the commitment to change things. Absolutely. Right. So what happens is if you're waiting, you know. We've we've got evidence of cases where it's took Latin twelve weeks the somebody who actually get this as payments on universal credits. In the meantime, rent to pay food to children. And they've come to the council the council has to stack them because if they call pay the rent, of course, the real danger that do. And the fact that the city council, but then pick up the pieces to city council, but then has to provide accommodation. It's the city council up provides them with what we call citizen suppose, where we give them money nine hundred pound grand supplying food to pay for the lecture to pay for Josh look after the kids because of those delays the sanctions that are happening far too frequently fall to regularly when also find enough people Trump saying, no, what's the dependencies that actually lose out. So you know, because the benefits is what they have before. So we're making a list of demands not because we are making political demands. Those demands based on the evidence we have. The unintended consequences of universal criticism. Really is simple. You know? I personally don't suppose universal credits. I think in an attempt to try to bring unity to benefits you fail to understand people specific saying, we're not all the same. We don't have the same issues. We don't have the same problem. We don't have been interested in the same number of children. We don't maybe ability. We don't have the same, you know, reliance on on certain things all lead. So why are we can move so universality? In in a basic sense. In a really basic sense list was supposed to do. Jay. Filed. I'm Jay what what you think about the negative income tax or just average or massive reduction in income tax in in general sort of getting people more control over what they spend just giving more money in their pockets as opposed to getting money convoluted through the government. And this is something similar to what John McDonald's being. So about the universal basic income. You can either. Do it that way or you can allow as you rightly so about a reduction in council is on the tax in general around say consensus book insurance for me, the welfare system is absolutely failing. Because it's not do it is designed to support people before trying to get them back into way can help people. See clearly, not doing. So you're asking the government to. Desist. At the moment. The likelihood of that Joe it was what are you putting your chances of of a response to that? That is very very slim because the the Goldman seems to be in in so Brexit mode and not listen to anything that anybody is. So now, you you're very very clearly, you know, we've got people now Mason statements, not based on on on just you know, of you based on fact, we've pilots the scheme. So we know talking about this game coming up with the same views. Comfortably local bishops here. We've got people who are not Pol politicians clearly telling the Goldman that you need to call. This Ryan out the problem that be in the system, and that's all that's being asked. Please pause it and look again 'cause the damage to people on the on intended consequences, a Amine and the people suffering and also the council light Liverpool and happened to pick up the pieces knows more than we can't afford. It. Jay, thank you very much. That's Joe Anderson of Liverpool, by the way, he thought she do if you want to give us a ring so three four four four nine nine one thousand dollars a week away. But you can tweet old or Instagram Snapchat. Or what was the other thing? I was reading about somebody who cake or something as well. Not just every time Matan round this the the the for on something else that I. But it's when when the parents get on whatever the national migrate that. Yeah. Then then they flee to something else. The in a minute and gained to be discussing food the food that you eat, and what might be ruining your teeth. Just mentioned one thing. 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"katie piper" Discussed on talkRADIO

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11:33 min | 2 years ago

"katie piper" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Get you. Good morning and welcome to the program. We are talking rock of ages. Yes, we are also talking Sadie frost and Tom bay. They've got for the stock table. We've got mooncakes sleeping food that ruins your teeth and campa stable carrier bags all Compostable, do you pronounce that? That's what we've got over the next three hours. Anyway, plus cooking to a T with Barry. There're out and the mayor of Liverpool. No less is going to be talking about universal credit. We've also got chess classes for primary schools in why Edith is making a comeback safely. Jarvis is here. Good morning to you. Good morning. We've also, of course, go to comedian whose going to be talking about the newspaper stayed green. And he is currently racing through the papers. But let me just tell you what's on the front pages. All of them about Theresa May, very very different takes on. What's been going on day? Telegraph ministers demaim plan B from may the daily Express maze. Finest hour. The I may tells e you I'm not for turning the guardian. I have treated the EU is nothing, but respect the UK expects the same. That said quote, the sun up years. He U S furious. PM freezes talks with Brussels the times defiant raises steaks with no deal threat to you and the mirror is has gone on something different strictly, Katie saved my life. That's an acid attack victim telling how Katie piper pulled from the brink of suicide as she struggled struggled to Cape in the Daily Star game, Satan match devil, post Becker, boys Becker faces wife in court. So let us talk. Sophie, little more about the the the story on the front page of the papers. Well, it's everywhere. Isn't it? Theresa May the the papers. This was portraying her in a positive light. This is incomplete contrast what we saw on Friday, which was the day after she had her sort of big meeting. Insults. Salzburg with a variety of different e you leaders to the son of gone with up yours and three Somme sort of doing the V Churchill victory on the cliffs of Dover, which is which is quite interesting image. The times have gone with define may. Daily Express with Mace finest hour, and this is this very unusual in her premiership that the papers are being being kind for her. Because you could you could also go me if you decided that you wanted to be to be mean, you could talk about the pound falling because the pound has now fallen to its lowest level this year because of the preparation now for no deal Brexit, which the has been saying it's done more to prepare for no deal than we have a same prepared. And then I did think that was a bit awful as well at this. This don't worry. Coming from the EU be happy. Stop it. It sort of childish along along with the picture of the cake in the cherry pick the cherries off the cake. Yeah. I think we I think we've come a sensible and grown up enough to know what you mean, we don't need visual explanation of that. I think that will take into Janka in that quite spiteful childish way. But I think that just proves that they think they have got something to lose. If we get a new deal situation. And I think that's something that. When when Theresa May gave her speech, he was quite a quite serious when she when she gave her speech, and she was very very, very strong, very powerful. And what we've seen that that strengthen that stern dare I say it sort of echoing Thatcher since she since she made the leadership it back in two thousand sixteen to stop the referendum when she was in that gorgeous checkered green and blue Vivienne Westwood suit. And she gave that speech in the library. And and she she said that she wants his career fair. And I think we're sort of seeing this again, what was quite funny is on the day that she gave the speech yesterday. She gave a two PM which is about fifty minutes later than she was posted because there was a power cut in Downing Street, but we didn't behind and when she and she gave the speech, and she gave him you didn't have a coughing fit. She didn't have a coughing fit. But when she when she gave it she had a very very stern last line something like we already and then she stormed off. And we stand ready. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. We stand ready, and you sort of stormed often users really hoped she didn't fall over or a flag didn't go. But I think I think people have got behind her. And I've Jim we've just been talking to some friends last night is that people they liked that status, and she seems to be displaying some leadership. And I think that's what she wants. But I really hope the conservative party get behind her on this and and and join together, otherwise, they'll just be fighting themselves. And then you have you have the threat of Jerry Kuban coming in. I think if if the conservatives appear weak, am, I think so I think certain egos in the policy and certain compromises neat. Need to be made an egos need to be. Quashed in the party, otherwise they would just fight amongst themselves. And they'll implode. I think they should unite against what they should views the common enemy, which is Jeremy Corbyn will that which is. So let me let's talk about news within the papers. And there was a story in today's telegraph didn't find it in many of the other that she in fact in any of the others says transgender effects skews crime data says women's group, and this is suggesting women are in danger of being over represented in violent crime statistics. Because the police are going to our allowing offenders to choose whether they are recorded as male or female rather than what they are biologically. And there was a leading women's group which is saying there's going to be there for X going to look like more women are committing violent crime. And this is the national police chiefs council confirming that it will accept the details of an individual provides to us and treat them accordingly. So also means that they are you say. Maybe you're a biological male you identify as transgender woman. So then the body search has to be done by when it does it. I think sometimes we they're all those. Unintended consequences. But it does mean there are. We're going through a time of transition. Exactly. And I think also an issue around this little transgender prisons, and how helps people treated is in some prisons are men sort of saying they want they want to transition into a woman. So they are being allowed into the women's prison. And the these men that have raped women killed women, and they're they are. Yes. And they're saying that they won't again the women's prisons and then then they're raping the women in women's prisons. And so this is actually this is actually been happening has this. This has been happening. Yes. Or not even the story. This is. It was in the news recently. And so I think that's quite a does for up is question of of being serious with over the yet. She just using this as a way to get closer to women if they have been in the confined space with only men, so I think it does the transgender issue does throw up a lot of problems. I think for the for the prisons and also alcohol abuse is now causing one in twenty deaths worldwide. This is the World Health Organization saying more than three million people died in two thousand sixteen due to drinking too much three quarters of them men. Yes. I think twenty eight percent would you to injuries? Certainly the deaths were caused by injury such as traffic accident. Self harm. An violence penny. What do you think the average amount of alcohol is the people who drink in the world per day per day. We're talking about. Is is it. It's a glass small glass of wine is one unit, but nobody gets us more glass of wine, and as you go to FRANZ gloss. General glasses is to unit. So we're talking about how much as in. How many bottles of what bear one twenty four? Why? Or why not? Well, you mean, the general the general consumption? Consumption. The person I'd say half a bottle of wine a day is two hundred fifty milliliter glasses of wine. Yeah. That's about right. Oh. An estimated two point three billion people worldwide drink so that is a lot of people. Yeah. The and finally, let's just briefly talk on what's going on in Venezuela. And this is in the times when do who is the presence of the president present Madera in Venezuela jails grosses for causing food crisis. And this is in a place, which is now got two hundred thousand percent hyperinflation exactly this this ROY in in my opinion, is is ludicrous. He's he's telling them off because the shop owners haven't been complying with the state imposed price controls. But, but obviously if you have the country has, hyper hyper inflation, they recently just had to slap. They're going to devalue they just had to slash some zeros off. And this is this is this is the state of Israel. People are eating their dogs over there. It's an awful situation. People caught leave the country legally because they can't afford a plastic the country carnival plastic print, the passports, so people now just flooding into neighboring countries is a complete mess and for him to. Jail the grosses for for them causing the food crisis. Knee is absolutely ludicrous. He was recently seen this week was doing the rounds. Sensational media in a very very fancy restaurant in Istanbul with the Instagram restaurant star salt bay who's the man who sort of throw Solter sorta very expensive restaurant at Madeira was munching pigging out in this restaurant. So I think Venezuelans very very, and he would say that he wasn't picking out who's many having dinner. But the point is that according to the government three thousand Venezuelans are taken up offers a free flights to go back in the past month Columbia on the other hand is estimated by the end of the year. Four million Venezuelans twelve percent of the population will have left the country since Mr. Moore took over in two thousand thirteen and this is a really rich country with the most enormous oil reserves. It did have until the state could took control of everything. And then the the the price of all dipped which admittedly didn't help, but the government or companies all. Awfully and they have lost a lot of money. The government lost a lot of money from that. Due to NFL the country. Very well. I just hope this acts as a story to the to the socialists. This suggestion that we're going to go down that route. Well, there really isn't the thank you very much. Sophie, the time is called past seven coming up in just a minute and eight the Asia update, it's a weekly crossover to the other side. Well, almost certainly the other side of us in the great big landmass over on. Well, depending on if you're looking at it on the right stage is a state, right? Exactly. Whatever the crossing to Asia. Get myself who turned myself up in small not Sienna, and we're going to be discussing mooncakes if you've ever had.

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"katie piper" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"katie piper" Discussed on talkRADIO

"This. Week by the, way I forgot to go through the front page of the. Newspaper so let's just quickly went through them. Sunday the Daily Telegraph Coburn is an anti Semite says Munich survivor the times UK failing to tackle rich foreign. Criminals power to freeze assets used only three times the guardian asylum-seekers spent, decades waiting him office, decision the, son Thomas Markle exclusive speaking to the, son the rose just like. Scientologists the daily Express shocking lies in child, diabetes forty percent up the Daily. Mail UK set for Levy on coffee cups is on takeaway containers and things and the Daily Mirror Katie to go. Free this is the new contestant on strictly Katie. Piper Amna Thurrock who Scotto in an acid attack could be freed within. Weeks let me tell you that in about half an hour's, time Barry VERA is going to be in the. Well he's audion this DJ. Though Hello again we had a lovely lunch. Yesterday didn't mean very lovely Just be Hearing about a lovely lunch a little later on what, else he but you can't bring in something into. The, studio well as, it happens just listened to your. News stories I have something. With. Avocado excellent his size of a head is Zillah was it And a something to, do with coffee but of a coffee shop for you this morning really? After. The. Drones absolutely Covered so how's it getting a. Mexican, twist was suppose you. Get Advocaat as Mexican yes. Okay I can't say anymore I'll just have to wait until well thank you very much thank you very much up I'll let, you go then by much seeing a minute and may well back down. Kelly's A rep e to believed. To, be extinct for decades. Has turned up a university. In Wrexham was it was it is it has it been leading the way Chris drift The time of course He's a. Career change I don't want to. Be a basal anymore I'm going to be a Rolling Stone and I'm going to, gather no moss. Person long straights way 'cause I saw. Bitterly Maganga the diet And I saw one of those really. Pretty stag beetles and they're very rare very rare till as well so much maybe, until I looked. It up by which stated battled off No generally had the off Sorry was. That? This was in Wrexham right Wrexham remind. Me where Wrexham's. Wrexham. Wales, I do. Believe okay no. It is you're absolutely right I knew I'd been somewhere. To, never go as beetle No. We love a visa comrades but we love a beetle We decide story actually in the, guardian as a result of the World Health Organization this, week classifying holding as a medical disorder for the first time which I was quite surprised, that it hadn't been considered as, Monge before it's a terrible it's terrible condition because of course affects all. The other people who live with that person or their family and there's a picture in the. Guardian article around, this with the man who is a hoarder and I mean just. Looking at the photo this, man's house makes me feel, anxious it's ILD brim with papers but just quickly the organization the World Health Organization has said that holding is characterized by an accumulation of possessions g. To excessive acquisition of difficulty discarding. Possessions, regardless of agile value that's the point where it's it's yeah it's because often it seems like newspapers and towering towering, amounts of them which can cause, concur has it took Matt has its scientists comes to scientists? Say, that smoking should be banned, in the hope they've tracked A. Whole of women aged fifty to. Seventy, four and they've adults exposed to pass making childhood far more prone to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease which includes chronic bronchitis, and emphysema hampers breath account you, possibly police that day well I suppose yeah exactly it's just Yeah you just have to say it probably best if you don't play. Ran now it used. To it used in the, seventies you? Went round to anybody sounds as a non-smoker I was often left parties early because I complete the smoke probably working on a way that. Alexa. Or Amazon compare and then tell you often copes probably shouting at Alexa these days is. Quite, funny isn't it. When you go. Around somebody's home with an electromagnet and you just find yourself shouting at it and we bizarre questions just to say exactly yeah they say that it's also children being ruder because they just now, learned to shout things true exa do this Alexa. Do that then you go? Into, a into. A, restaurant. Gimme that Like, America that's why. Should option so. That these they won't work if you don't say please Let's not If you're got up for mill today by, the way if you're not going up for Miller, should say you're. Preparing mail this is a tip meals taste better with then when you have, a conversation this, is true but it's not the answer I'm looking for with..

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"katie piper" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"katie piper" Discussed on WLOB

"Temptations here's a guy that are usually quite often on the fox news channel and of course we salute him chris wallace chris wallace chris wallets chris wallace has got to be fifty two now i think chris wallace was older i believe he's probably sixty seven seventy but one down for the deborah gattone era the uk sammy winward sammy is she and a good look in one she's a soap opera is it cme with an eye no just so samm why oh wow it's even better or guys sammy with a why you gotta love a girl that spelled her name of the why i do yours all of us would you should try let's see sammy with ally goodlooking zabbra actress i'll put her at twenty eight thirty thirty one almost as you said thirty two you would have appeared via this lady is a tv show host i'd like to catcher show because she awfully good looking her name's cheji piper now i want everyone to understand the criteria see if he were to say ran on care about the content your awfully goodlooking we should get your show nobody would want that because she's goodlooking isn't care what she talks about just koshis goodlooking he wants to see the show that is correct i actually does radio that server katie piper above twenty six i would say should probably forty thirty all those three four furniture kd piper check our where her show was somebody let me know all right now we're getting i am i talking about the most one of the most indigenous people ever all his name is the christopher columbus them my question is the first celebration of columbus day in the usa held in new york city happen in what you're bob i'll say eighteen thirty one how botox he sell the ocean blue.

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