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Fresh update on "kristen" discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:27 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "kristen" discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Sometimes covering this economy really is all about the data. From American public media, this is marketplace. In Los Angeles, I'm Carissa it is Thursday today the first day of December good as always to have you along, everybody. Oh, what a day this was for those inclined toward a data centric view of this economy. First among headlines was something called the personal consumption expenditures price index PCE is the shorthand. It's the measure of inflation preferred by the Federal Reserve as I think we've told you. And the word today from the bureau of economic analysis was that prices were up 6% in October over a year ago, that's down from a 6.3% annual rate of increase in September. The October core number that is less food and energy, of course, down compared to September as well. Now, channel your inner J Powell here and ask yourself is that enough? Marketplace is Kristen Schwab takes stock of where we are. There's no one piece of data that gives anyone a perfect understanding of what's happening with inflation right now. Economists have their favorite indicators, but those favorites can change. Lawrence ball is an economist at Johns Hopkins. The initial rise in inflation had a lot to do with the chip shortage that led to car prices, spiking the supply chain problems really now. It is a story about the labor market. Because it's still tight. Outside of tech, companies aren't really laying people off. Jobless claims fell last week to 225,000. That's near the weekly average in 2019. Pre-pandemic. To convince ball that inflation is slowing, he needs to see unemployment increase. I don't take any pleasure in saying that high unemployment is not a good thing. But it might be necessary to bring down the cost of labor, which affects the cost of everything. Joseph gagne, a senior fellow at the Peterson institute for international economics, is keeping an eye on rent. That is a predictor for what the PCE will do down the road. PCE measures how much people are spending on their current leases. Is looking at new ones. Those prices are promising. Zillow data show rental prices are falling in most major markets. Betsy Stevenson, an economist at the University of Michigan, is looking at all the data, but she's also taking a philosophical approach, like when will people go into the grocery store and stop saying, wait a minute, what happened to the price of carrots? She doesn't think we're there yet. And she says, even if inflation is slowing, we're nowhere near the finish line. By the end of 20 24, which sounds like a long way away, we should have inflation under 3%. Oh gosh, I just got this flash forward of me like two years from now calling you up asking you the same exact questions. And I would say to you, Kristen look, only a little bit of a ways to go. I guess I'll see you back here in 2024. I'm Kristen Schwab for marketplace. Oh man. Oh man, Wall Street today. I guess traders were just wore out after all that buying yesterday, huh? We'll have the details. When we do the numbers.

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Kristen Soltis Anderson: Nick Fuentes Was an Unexpected Dinner Guest

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 3 d ago

Kristen Soltis Anderson: Nick Fuentes Was an Unexpected Dinner Guest

"But I want to give you the right perspective and the right analysis over this controversial dinner. Here was a clip from CNN. CNN host Dana bash is talking to a Republican pollster named Christian saltis Anderson, listen to this exchange about the big wild dinner at Mar-a-Lago with the white griper nationalist Holocaust denying guy and Kanye who now goes by yay. You know what probably isn't a great way to get voters on your side, dine at your private club with white supremacists and Holocaust deniers. That is exactly what happened last week. President Trump had former president Trump had white nationalist and Holocaust and ironic Fuentes, rapper, Kanye West, who's now known as Ye, the former president claimed that Fuentes was an unexpected guest, and he knows nothing about him.

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Fresh update on "kristen" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:03 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kristen" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Mike on TV and special offers exclusively for Mike Gallagher show listeners. It's all waiting for you at my online dot com. That's Mike online dot com. I think this album sold a couple of copies, Mike. You think a few copies of thriller went into people's bags at record stores. Love this. I couldn't do the moonwalk. I would like to see you try. We got video. I'd get a pelvic, I'd get a pelvic contusion. Code language there. I don't know. Hey, listen. Listen, that guy, that guy in the soccer match. It got the pelvic. Listen, I'm going to make an announcement. If I get a pelvic contusion, I'm out for all of December. Easily. I will see you in like February or something. See you in March. Pelvic contusion with the air quotes. Anyway, the thriller thing, 40 years of that album released 40 beat it, Billie Jean thriller itself, 40 years since the release of thriller. Anyway, so did you catch at least like that? Well, I watched the last minute. I've watched the last 60 seconds. Well, just I turned it on because I didn't even know where it was on TV. I thought, and you texted me, and it's like, oh gosh, I forgot they're playing. And again, I'm not a big soccer fan. Excuse me, I'm losing my, I'm getting choked up over this historic epic win. I mean, and now the Netherlands, I'm so excited. I'm just tingling with excitement. USA Netherlands, oh my gosh, can we live for another zero zero time, please? Can I spend the good news? The good news here is we're done with the ties, because now for the knockout round, you can't have a tie. Now what happens if there is a tie would have thrown away scores? There's extra time. And if nobody scores in extra time or they go to them, they go to the shootouts where you get extra time. Into that goal into that goal into that goal into that goal. I'm going to be busy that day. I'm going to be memorizing the zip codes of foreign countries. So extra time. And like you said earlier, there's no clock. I couldn't figure out. It said 99. They said 9 extra minutes and they're still kicking the ball around at a hundred minutes. This is why Americans will never cleave to soccer in the way that everybody says for 50 years old soccer is going to be bigger than football. Yeah, not so much. It's because you got to have a clock that means something. You got to know when the game went with the flipping game is going to end. It never ends. I mean, back to this guy, did he kick the winning goal with the pelvic contribution or without him? No, he comes in, he got a header coming into his direction. Kristen Pulitzer delivers the kick that sends the ball into the goal, but in so doing his nether regions impact with the knee of the Iranian goalie that appears..

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Biden Announces Release of 15M Barrels From Oil Reserve

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:59 min | Last month

Biden Announces Release of 15M Barrels From Oil Reserve

"So just like to bring to your attention, that the president of the United States who is daily does something horrible to hurt this country. It's a very sick estate of affairs. I must say, so the latest is, I want to get the release of, I'll just look this up. Biden, let's see, probably release oil reserves. So you have to understand, this is what this is the result of what the environmentalists, the this cult has done by having us go from net exporter to having to import from Venezuela, a police state, a communist police state. And constantly going into the oil reserves of the United States that's for emergency. Biden to release 15 million barrels. This is just the latest. He just did this similar amount the other day. 15 million barrels of oil from the national strategic reserve. That is for emergencies. So let me ruin this country further. That is how the man wakes up every day because he is a nothing who is a tool of the left and it would be no different if Kamala Harris from president or any other Democrat I could think of. Maybe Joe Manchin or Kristen sinema being president would be different, maybe. 99% of the Democrats would do the exact same thing Joe Biden does, which is why I talk about Joe Biden almost never. I talk about the left and the Democratic Party.

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Man convicted of killing missing California college student

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Man convicted of killing missing California college student

"A man has been convicted in the killing of a missing California college student The last man seen with Kristen's smart has been convicted in her killing the college freshman vanished from a California campus more than 25 years ago A jury found Paul Flores guilty of first degree murder his father Ruben Forrest was found not guilty of being an accomplice for allegedly helping his son Barry smart's body smart is presumed dead and her body remains missing Prosecutors say Paul Flores killed smart while trying to rape her in his dorm room in May 1996 when they were freshmen In March 2021 archeologists working for police found a soil disturbance about the size of a casket at Ruben forest's house and the presence of human blood although the blood was too degraded to extract a DNA sample I'm Lisa dwyer

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Is Kyrsten Sinema Delusional?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Is Kyrsten Sinema Delusional?

"Not only am I committed to the 60 vote threshold, I have an incredibly unpopular view, I actually think we should restore the 60 month threshold for the areas which it is been eliminated already. Who said that? Well, those Kristen dunst. Oh, no. That was close though, no. Kristen sinema. To which rude pundit says, I'm either hopelessly delusional or laughably cynical, bordering on evil, but hey, that's what gets you the big bucks. I've got her. Oh my God. I can not wait for her to be the fashion consultant that where is it? Fashion bug Chris town mall. I mean, I don't think there's anybody, it's serious in politics that thinks that we should go back to the filibuster for judges. I mean, I just don't think considering considering what that led to because of Republicans and let's remember it's because of Republicans that Democrats got rid of the 60 vote threshold for judges because they refused to allow Obama nominated judges to be voted on. So, you know, it's always put this in context Kirsten. Let's hear her say it. You want to, here we go. You know, senator McConnell mentioned this in And I mentioned it in my remarks as well. The dean drive eliminating the 60 vote threshold is that the Senate becomes the house. And I remind everyone, I left the house and ran for the Senate for a reason. I could hurt so many more people by being a senator. Why wouldn't I do that?

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Todd Bensman on New Book 'Overrun' and the Border Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Todd Bensman on New Book 'Overrun' and the Border Crisis

"Have a new book out. And I just want to read the full title. So you can explain why you gave it that full title. So it's called overrun. And the subtitle is how Joe Biden unleashed the greatest border crisis in U.S. history. Now, that's not just a way to sell books. That is just an empirical statement. It's just math, correct? That's correct. You know, listen, if you want to get past partisanship, go to the CBP customs and border protection website and look at their statistics. We are, we just passed 2.15 million apprehensions in a single fiscal year. Let's stop there. So 2.1 million in the fiscal year under a Biden. You said the word apprehensions. Now, number one, it's not an apprehension because they let them go. And number two, 2.1 million that we know of, correct, Tom. Well, there are probably an additional million got aways. So the numbers are just astounding. I mean, we haven't had numbers like this in any time in U.S. history. This is a place beyond all American experience. We have just even this blows Ellis island away. This is the greatest immigration event in the U.S. history, even taking into account population differences from in the early 20th century to now. And this is illegal immigration. This is just over the southern border. Ellis island, at least, was legal, like we understood what we were doing, and we knew who they were. And we knew who were they were at least somewhat and testing them for different diseases. And we didn't like, they didn't hit our criteria. We would send them back on the ships. And we knew who they were.

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Why Does NO ONE Remember Black Wall Street? Larry Elder Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Why Does NO ONE Remember Black Wall Street? Larry Elder Explains

"Here's the big question. Now, it's a surprise to me because I didn't grow up in the 1930s in Harlow. I don't know what black Wall Street is, but how the hell did they manage to deep 6 this memory from black America? How do they manage to allow black Americans to just burn the hard drive of the prosperity? They lived in. It's a great question. You know, I was watching the Super Bowl last year. And there was a commercial Citigroup commercial. And black guys walking down the hall and he's talking about the Tulsa massacre of 1921. What he didn't tell you and what we explore in Uncle Tom two is that that area that became known as black Wall Street after it got rebuilt was we built within a matter of a few years bigger and better than before without a dime of government money. So the idea that there was some prosperity until the white man big footed everything and then we were back to slavery down the line. And it wasn't, as I said, even called black Wall Street until after it was rebuilt better than ever.

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Larry Elder and Sebastian Discusses the Rare Footage in 'Uncle Tom 2'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Larry Elder and Sebastian Discusses the Rare Footage in 'Uncle Tom 2'

"Really kind of punched me in the gut with this movie is just the first four minutes just the footage that your guys found black families in the 30 40s and 50s, just the opulence, the prosperity, the elegance, the self confidence oozing out of two dimensional pictures and black and white, home movies, and look, I'm a white dude who's an immigrant to America. I was pissed of what's happened to that community in America. How did you guys just find that footage? Well, it was the director, Justin Malone, who's just an brilliant director. And our composer's name is Damon Chris well. He scored both movies. And again, it gave you kind of the atmosphere of the whole thing. But you're quite right. Even after black's emerged from slavery, when we were talking about lynchings and KKK and Jim Crow, black people still kept moving forward. Why? Strong nuclear intact family. It was rare for a black kid to be born into a world without his father married to the mother. A strong belief in patriotism, believe it or not, you read the speeches by people like Frederick Douglas Booker T. Washington, the riddled with praise for American values. Judeo Christian values and a belief in entrepreneurship. And Uncle Tom two talks about what's happened. How did the righteous civil rights movement get hijacked by these leftists, Democrats, socialists, collectivists, and marxists who want to dethrone God, marks, of course, was an atheist and on the website a Black Lives Matter. We talk a lot about Black Lives Matter and Uncle Tom too. They attack the nuclear family and Karl Marx hated capitalism, let alone entrepreneurship, so the very things that made black people and able to endure in the face of horrific obstacles. God, family, American values, and entrepreneurship are all under attack right now by people like Barack Obama who said America has racism in its DNA.

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Sebastian Talks to Russian-Born U.S. Intel Expert Rebekah Koffler

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Sebastian Talks to Russian-Born U.S. Intel Expert Rebekah Koffler

"Back with Rebecca cough. She is the author of a former senior DIA expert on Russia. Jim carfano of heritage tweeted out early today and I retweeted it. If you look at what is it, the 27 28 members of NATO, the highest commitment of aid to Ukraine by members of NATO as a percentage of GDP are the Baltic states and Poland. Isn't that interesting? The states that were under the boot of the Soviet Union are invaded themselves. They're the ones helping out the Ukraine the most. Isn't that telling? Absolutely, and it's always been that way. Sebastian, I even when I was in the community, you know, the people who are very responsive and helpful, they assist us tremendously because they are right there in the theater. They gathered and not Germany. Germany's in bed with Moscow with the Gerhard shredder being one of the CEOs of Gazprom. Exactly. You're going to leave our studio. You've been doing media all day. You said you're going to go if you're going to write an analytic piece, talking about scenarios. So people need to read your article, but first, not nuking America because he's not insane. He's not suicidal. But what's scenarios under which could Putin consider using the low threshold low yield tactical nukes. Give us some examples. So we're exactly right now in this scenario Sebastian for which, on Putin's orders, this doctrine was developed in the first place, escalated to deescalate and scenarios this Putin is losing on the battlefield. And he is cornered.

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David Limbaugh Previews New Book 'The Resurrected Jesus'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:40 min | 2 months ago

David Limbaugh Previews New Book 'The Resurrected Jesus'

"So excited about this new book that you have out. And your columns are just so incredibly insightful. Your Twitter feed is just off the charts great. Now you've got this book, which is really the compilation of a series of books you've written. This one called the resurrected Jesus, the church in the New Testament. Tell us about the book. Yeah, so this is very exciting for me because I co wrote this with my daughter Kristen last name blue and Mary named bloom. And this is the last book Christian book I did was Jesus risen, which covered the book of that, which is the history of the early church, as you know. And the first 6 of the apostle pulse epistles. This one is the last 7th of Paul's epistles, the prison officials, colossians, ephesians, by laymen and philippians and the three pastoral epistles first and second Timothy and Titus. So we go through chapter and verse, paraphrase verbatim, all those verses in those 7 letters, 7 books in the Bible. We had commentary at our own insights that we've done something new in this book. What I did in previous books, and that is add prayers, which makes this kind of a common commentary devotional combination. And Kristen has such a facility for prayers. Primarily authored the prayers and we went back and forth on the text and we contributed each other's stuff. So it was a labor of love. It was really fun. And I just hope that this book will help delay reader and others get closer to God.

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Christen Limbaugh Bloom on Jesus Using Evil for Good

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Christen Limbaugh Bloom on Jesus Using Evil for Good

"Kristen for your father and I were of a certain generation to say, oh dear, everything's awful. Youngsters today, et cetera, et cetera. Talk to us from your perspective. Shouldn't we be a little bit buoyed by recent events, especially if I look at the pro life versus the pro abortion movement. I just see young faces at these events. What do you seeing? I completely agree. And I think that when the pendulum sways one way, the good thing is that Jesus uses evil for good, oftentimes. And so so many people are waking up to the real spiritual forces that are at work right now in our society. And people Christians in particular have been praying for the fall of roe versus wade for 50 years and here we are in 2022 and roe has fallen. And so I think that it's so important that we take time to recognize that God did this, that at the end of the day he is the one who brought this forward. And there's also so much work that has been done. For example, I believe there are 9 times as many pregnancy centers as there are abortion clinics. And that's all thanks to the hard work of Christians and conservatives in this country. And so I think that we have to remember that there are so many of us in this country who still believe in the goodness of the founding fathers, vision for America. It being a nation based on Christianity. And we have to continue meeting together praying together and raising up our children with these values and not giving in to the different influences and culture that we try to muddle these ideas and confuse us from the purity of our founding father's vision for America.

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Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Cowriting 'The Resurrected Jesus'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Cowriting 'The Resurrected Jesus'

"Kristen, you have the heavy burden of the last name Limbaugh, your great uncle, RAS your father who's written numerous the Jesus on trial of the seminal work, the emmaus code and others. Tell us about this experience of being now a father and daughter riding team. Walk us through what it was like to write the resurrected Jesus. Well, I was thrilled when dad invited me to be part of this process. He's had so much success with his former books and he's always encouraged me as a writer. So to put his money where his mouth is so to speak and bring me in on his success was truly humbling and the writing process was such a growing experience for me. Dad is just a total machine when he writes. And when he researches, I mean, I've never seen anyone go through the amount of material that he does. And come up with such a product that's so accessible to lay readers and people who are searching to deepen their faith and their understanding. So we would talk on the phone every single day. I live in Texas. He's in Missouri. So it was a lot of long phone calls. But we did the editing process together. We researched together and gave each other so much feedback and really the whole thing was such a learning and enriching experience for me.

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David and Christen Limbaugh Discuss the Focus of Their New Book

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

David and Christen Limbaugh Discuss the Focus of Their New Book

"David Limbaugh, the book is the resurrected Jesus and his co author is his daughter, Kristen Limbaugh. David, Kristen. Welcome to America first. Thank you so much. So let's start with this, you know, who the lord chooses to be his receptacles of his wisdom, his truth here on earth, this book focuses on St. Paul and what 6 or 7 of his key epistles, let's start with why did you choose an individual, a Roman citizen, a Jew who had persecuted Christians as the subject of your latest book David. Because he was Christian Christianity's foremost evangelist. The lace likely person to be such a central figure because he was a persecutor of Christians when they started, but the real reason is because these books and this book in particular is an examination of the 7 epistles, the president pistols that he wrote while he was under house arrest in Rome, four of those, and then the three pastoral epistles, he wrote to his colleagues, his understudies, Timothy and Titus, and we go through those chapter and verse, either stating the verse directly verbatim or paraphrasing it, then adding our insights, adding our own commentary, adding commentary from some of the greatest biblical scholars alive and already passed, and what we've done in this book is to add a new element, and that is prayer. Interspersed throughout the text because Kristen is not to embarrass her a spirit filled prayer warrior. She has a facility for prayer, and I thought when I asked her to do this, in addition to enhancing the text proper that her adding these prayers and then meet interacting with her too. And editing them and adding a few of my own things would make this a combination Bible study and devotional and would allow the readers to interact with scripture and with this book

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Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Her Spiritual Writing Process

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Her Spiritual Writing Process

"Talking to David Limbaugh and Kristen Limbaugh bloom about their new book, the resurrected Jesus, the church in the New Testament. So, David, you were just talking about, in a way, I get the impression that you wrote this book for people who want to do Bible study and who want something to read along with the Bible to help explain it to them. Because a lot of times you get a Bible that will have, you know, it'll have a paragraph in front of, if you're lucky, it'll have a paragraph in front of colossians or a couple of bird page, telling you some stuff, but oftentimes that's not enough. So you guys decided to dig into this. Kristen, let me just ask you, what was your process on that? I mean, did you did you read commentaries or how did you go about it? Dad actually helped me learn the software that he uses that goes through all of the different biblical commentary. So I did use that software. I read through different biblical commentaries. And then I actually would, it was kind of a spiritual process for me. I would read the scripture that we were covering and I would actually just pray and ask the Holy Spirit to highlight different things that he wanted to point out and things that he wanted to hone in on in the prayers to help a company, the scriptures that we were going through in the book. And to touch on your point of what you all were talking about earlier, reaching laypeople, I think that Jesus exemplified that more than anyone because he chose his disciples, their fishermen, their these people that are not the scholars of the day, the Jewish scholars of the day. And I think that when people understand that the same Holy Spirit that's living inside of them is the one who lived inside of Paul and helped inspire these profound letters and that are not books in the Bible. It helps encourage us that God can use us in ways that are so profound and so much bigger than what we imagine when we put him or ourselves in a box.

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David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 2 months ago

David & Christen Limbaugh Know How to Write on a Popular Level

"I am talking to the authors David Limbaugh and Kristen Limbaugh bloom of a new book, the resurrected Jesus, the church and the New Testament. And at the end of last segment, I was just I was mid rant. I was ranting because I get that all the time, where people who have spent decades, let's say, on as Bond Hoff or scholars or whatever. And they look at someone who has a BA in English and they say, what right do you have to write about this? And you realize that's kind of the problem is that it's very rare that you find an academic who can write on a popular level. We could almost analogize this to the experts who hate Trump because he is in a career politician, but I won't go the second. No, no, no, but it's exactly the same principle. It's precisely the same principle. It's like somebody says, I am a professional politician. What right do you have? Well, the founding fathers created a situation where average people are supposed to govern themselves Cincinnati and his plow, you come, you serve, and then you go back. The idea of the career politician, the professional politician, it's the same misunderstanding that you have in the world of writing and the academy. It is. And this is true of law books, they're written to other law professors, not even to practicing lawyers, law professors. And they're elitists and showing off. The same thing, I don't think the theologians are showing off. But they do ride on a higher level of some commentaries are more light level. But one thing I learned to bridge this gap is I, one of my early mentors said, I said, I don't understand this commentary. I want to understand this, commentary. Well, I mean, I've been steeped in it for 20 years. You'll get more. The more I read, I do get the jargon. Well, here's a great thing. I think I can introduce readers. We can introduce readers. And she's been into this too. It my behest, of course. I deserve all the credit. And we can introduce readers to the brilliance of commentators by kind of rewording what they say. And then they would never even hear these people, you know? And there's some great ones out there. I don't know what you think. Well, I think of it. Well, John Macarthur and what a jerk. Yeah. Actually, I like John Macarthur very much. He's amazing, but you just, but you actually, you touched on something. And this is why I get so animated about this. You're doing exactly what I do in most of my books. You are a popularizer. You're basically saying like, look, I'm not going to spend 30 years studying this, but I don't need to God didn't create me to do that. Other people have done that. What I can do is read their stuff and help allay reader understand some of the best of what they have to say. And that's what I do in most of my books and it's exactly what the two of you are doing in these books. I know that for a fact. I mean, as I see it here, I think that that's exactly what you're doing.

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David Limbaugh and Daughter Christen Discuss 'The Resurrected Jesus'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

David Limbaugh and Daughter Christen Discuss 'The Resurrected Jesus'

"Really excited to have a friend and special guest on the program. His name, you may know his name, David Limbaugh. He's written a number of fabulous books on the Christian faith, but this one, I don't know if he's tired. I don't know what's going on, but he has involved his eldest daughter as a co writer. Kristen Limbaugh bloom is also with me. So David and Kristen welcome. Thank you so much for having us. So the title of the book is the resurrected Jesus, the church in the New Testament. This is a kind of a big, huge subject. How, I mean, I really, because this is something obviously I'm not a little interested in. What led you or led you both to take on something as gigantic as the concept of the resurrected Jesus and the church and the New Testament. Maybe there's a misunderstanding I was told we'd have 5 hours. To go to talk. Yeah. Well, really, that's just my first question. We're going to see where it goes. Yeah. Well, the last book, Jesus is risen, was on the book of acts and 6 of Paul's epistles. This is the final 7 of his epistles, the pastoral epistles, and the prison epistles. And so the idea is to take the reader through the verse, the chapters and verses of those books. Verse by verse, literally, and either state diverse directly or paraphrase it, and then intersperse insights and commentary. And then what we did differently in this book, and I know you were going to ask this. Was ad prayers to it. So it's interactive prayers throughout the text. And I'm excited about that because Kristen was the primary author. Kristen is a prayer warrior. Spirit filled little things she is. And it's been very inspiring.

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Ralph Norman: Democrats Will Not Succeed to Remove the Filibuster

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Ralph Norman: Democrats Will Not Succeed to Remove the Filibuster

"On, the vice president Kamala Harris in an interview said, excuse me, she was speaking at the national harbor on Saturday in Maryland. And she said that she can not wait to cast the deciding vote to break the filibuster on voting rights and reproductive rights I can not wait. Thanks to obviously Joe Manchin and Kristen sinema, that has not happened yet. Do you see the Democrats being successful in breaking the filibuster? No, because I think Manchin is on record and sentiment is too that they oppose it. And they know that this goes back and forth between who's in the majority and who's in the minority. And it works both ways, but thank God they do have it because the legislation that she's talking about voting rights and reproductive rights. I mean, she staked herself out. She does not want voter ID photo voter ID. She won't abortion owned demand. She thinks abortion is healthcare. And those things will often America as we've never seen before, along with everything else that this administration is doing. And Kamala Harris. And then that's what she wants. But I don't think she's going to get it because I don't think how does Joe Manchin walk it back in reverse incentive? How does she walk it back? I don't think they can.

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Diana's last moments: French medic recalls 'tragic night'

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Diana's last moments: French medic recalls 'tragic night'

"Paris Alma tunnel Malbec ostensibly drawing of Diana's face as people of all ages gather close by to honor the UK's lost people's princess who died at 25 years ago on August 31 1997 The flame of liberty monument nearby has become a memorial site attracting Diana fans She's become a timeless figure of Emancipation and a fashion icon even for those born after her death irania or Avi a 16 year old Parisian visiting the flame tells the AP she knows that a through TikTok videos and says even with her style she was a feminist She challenged royal etiquette wearing cycling shorts and casual pants whereas fellow teen francine rose had discovered Diana thanks to the princess a recent film starring Kristen Stewart I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Kristen Gonzalez: 'We Will Not Stop Until We See a Socialist State'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Kristen Gonzalez: 'We Will Not Stop Until We See a Socialist State'

"Somebody just accused me of being a troll saying there's no way a Democrat who won this week said socialism is here to stay. I give you Democrat state Senate primary winner Christian Gonzalez from New York. I know we're saving the speeches for a little later. But today we really prove that socialism wins. Anywhere, we are not going anywhere and we will not stop until we see a socialist play across this city. All right. And let's thank y'all. There you go. Hey

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"kristen" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:57 min | 10 months ago

"kristen" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"A shot if they are eager, they want to be there. There's a positive drive. There's a positive attitude. Because when we have to spend all that time together, there's nothing worse than having toxic energy. Who wants to be surrounded by that? And then you don't operate as a team. So if you can fill it with all like minded character driven positive people, you ultimately build a family. And then once that family is formed, you are united and stronger because everyone's working together. And so that for me is the benchmark for a great kitchen is when the team is happy. And then how do you kind of, I'm assuming if it's your kitchen, then you're kind of creating the menu as well, right? These all dishes that you enjoy, are you trying to think of a perfect kind of well rounded choices for everybody? Yeah, when you build a men, you have to think about progression. You have to think about if someone orders this appetizer, but then they want this protein, do those items still go together. For me, I need a menu to make complete sense from top to bottom, regardless of what you order and how you order. Not everyone thinks that way. It's just how I like to approach it. You know, if you had dessert first at my restaurant and then you went to the first course of the salads, do they make sense on the palate? Oh, wow. Are they meant to be eaten together? No. But is the flavor that lingers from dessert? Going to mess up. Oh, interesting. That's the way I think about it. And so there's two items that will always remain on my menu from opening, which is a pasta dish and then this rice crispy rice with crab and bacon that I do. But from there, I let seasonality, the small farms that we like to support my surroundings of the Texas produce and meats and the gulf and the sea and whatever dictate how the menu comes together. And so I create all of my menus myself and then now I have my chef de cuisine who's been with me since the start has done such an incredible job at learning how I think about food and adopting that same thing. So now I can trust him. I trust him to create something to put it forward and to be like, great, I would have done the same thing. What is your all time specialty and what is a dish that you need to get better at? So my all time specialty, that's pasta making. I love it. It's meditative. It's everything to me. I find calm in it. And it's just, it's fun for me to produce in the midst of maybe a hectic kitchen. I think the things that I need to work on are the things all the things that I don't know. And I don't know a lot. So I know a lot about what I know. But I know nothing, really about the rest of what's out there that I have yet to experience. And I think that's the joy of cooking and the ability to see and taste other people's perspectives and where they come from and who they are. It's why I love to go out to dinner. It's why I love to travel. It's why I love to put myself into new situations because ultimately I'm being inspired by something else. Very similar to fast foodies. I've never never had someone say, hey, can you create this dish? That's inspired a pancake sausage, apples, and eggs. They're like, no, but now what I did was I made that pasta dish. And now I have a new dish under my belt. It's this ever feeding incubator of creativity and inspiration. Well, it's awesome to hear you describe your art and it was awesome to have your pancakes and apples and eggs and sausages and most importantly it was great to make a new friend like you said via food. Yeah, it's really fantastic. You were such a joy to have on the show and to cook and again, like we were saying, unlikely pairing, but I'm very grateful to now know you. Me too. We'll eat some more in the future for sure. Yes, absolutely. Thank you, Kristen. Thank you. All right, thanks to Kristen kish for being here and don't forget to check out fast food. He's costarring a shot beyond Thursday, February 3rd, 10 p.m. eastern.

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"kristen" Discussed on RISE Podcast

RISE Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on RISE Podcast

"You would like hide it. You'd like put it in your cheek like a squirrel like God forbid anybody should know that you have a period when everybody knows you have a period. It's not. So I love that you're normalizing this conversation and maybe blowing people's minds today about how it's meant to be. And I really want to encourage you all listening to this to go check out Kristen's website, which we will put and show notes because that was really what I took a deep dive down and started unpacking the information there because you have a ton of great info on the site. Within those phases though, I remember reading on your site that there are ways to approach nutrition based on where you are in your cycle that's going to set your body up for more success in that area. Can you talk about that a little bit? Yeah, absolutely. And just to backtrack for a second, I want to reiterate that when you hear when you listen to where they explain about how things are supposed to happen in your cycle. It's really important to kind of pause on the fact that you're not supposed to feel the same every single day. And you're not supposed to perform the same every single day. There's different phases or different gifts and challenges of each phase, but that it's okay for it to change. Okay, hold on. Hold on. No, that is really good. And I'm so glad you said that. That is really good because that is a lesson that I've had to work very hard to learn. Because I am an achiever and I like to do things that like to get things done and I in the past would be so hard on myself for what I now understand is was a place that I was at hormonally. I just didn't have the energy that I might have had two weeks ago. So I really love that you made us pause there because even the idea that we are not going to be the same based on where we are in our cycle is really important for women to hear. Really important because I think that we just beat ourselves up because we think something's wrong with us or I started several months ago literally just keep it. I keep it on my phone just like a daily note of how I'm feeling based on the day of my cycle. I know that seems so obvious maybe, but it really, it's like a life-changing gift. Like I woke up today and I was feeling I was feeling sad. And there was no there's nothing to be sad about. But because I've struggled with anxiety in the past, if I feel a certain way, my brain will try and supply for me why I am feeling sad. So we'll come up with a list of and I was like, wait, I'm gonna go check my the tracking that I've been doing. And the last four months every day on day 7 of my cycle, I have felt a little sad. So it gives me such peace. Like, okay, sis, this is where we are today. We're just going a little sad, that's okay. And I did an extra gratitude meditation and I grounded myself a bit and I allow myself to feel a little sad, but giving a why like understanding why I think is so powerful for someone like me who can be really hard on herself. Yeah, we're taught so much to resist or cycles because our society is built for men and the male hormonal cycle. And it's we're constantly resisting our cycles day after day and that causes mental stress and physical stress, which pushes us further into imbalance. So what you said about writing down how you feel just one word a day, that's exactly what I tell clients to do to get started. Because then like you said, exactly, you can look back on previous months and see any patterns that arise. And it's just so much more helpful for having self compassion when it comes to this because days like today when you're feeling sad or things just feel harder and you don't know why you can look at it and say, oh, this is just how I tend to feel at this time. And I can give myself permission to feel it and also maybe focus on something else today that my brain can be better used for, you know? Yeah. Wait, you just said the male hormone cycle. Is that 24 hours?.

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"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Appearance thank you. It's been great. I had a great time to show yourself out who you really hurt his feelings. I really didn't he doesn't he doesn't know that's one of the prerequisites shape working for me is not to go fired. Aft- yeah so we'll see but yeah. I assume it's going to be comedy. But it'd be really hilarious if i just started. Carving faces out of apples and drying them distribute them to the neighborhood. And i'm like. I've never been more creatively satisfy. Well we got to wrap this up. 'cause we haven't for quite a while but you are an absolute delight and it made me happy knowing that you were coming in today because every time we encounter the you you've worked with me in the past you've been kind enough to donate time to shoot crazy things with me at comecon and you're just a lovely person and i'm very happy for you. You you found your way in comedy and you've made so many people happy and it's true just by talking you can make people happy which is lovely. That's a great superpower man will thank you right-back gets it. Thanks for being my and let's is scripted here and thank you for letting me come on your show and being my champion i will continue to be your champion and i will have a show just so you can come on it. How's that you'll be the reason for me to do a show all day. Yeah let's do it okay. But not every night. No oh god. 'cause we already everybody already please. If you do that that would be coming back at. The fraud. came back be funny. If i paid back immediately with the show there was no different than the other show. that's hilarious. I would love that. that'd be very anti government or even wilco. Did it like it was l. of the the zoo we would never again. Yes and then. He's like i don't even think it was a few weeks. The great thing was frank sinatra. I think in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine announced. I'm retiring and he said. I think i'm going to teach like us going to go to yale and teach a course on and so frank sinatra to this big thing like i'm retiring. He did his big final show. I think he was back in six. So yeah i should go back to turner with the exact same show. The whole thing is really no different and and then have a real attitude like. You're welcome america. That would piss people off. I can't wait to do that. Memorable kristen thank you so much. Thank you for being my friend with a little trademark next to it yet. You will go to trademark agreement. That's great so then. I don't have to be relieved legally. Yeah this is legally binding..

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"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"It. I don't know what you're talking about. Oh man getting those laughs for nothing. What are you talking about. Oh wow thanks everybody. Oh anyway on my way here on my way here in my car car. Believe he's got a car. 'wow the club owners like. Hey earn your pay before. We even started talking. Here's your money and have a good night. i don't know what you're talking about. I love that scenario. Okay okay. I think you're out of control well. I don't want to earn it every time. That's the worst. Oh you want to get to the point where you phone it in and people know it's you it's kristen schaal. What do you know. Yeah and your skills declined but you still get paid. We're we're what you everybody had to chuckle. Yeah yeah she showed up. She sure looked like she does when i see her on the tv. Here's your money. That's the dream man. Hey am learned a lot today. Yeah hope i didn't disappoint you with my brutal honesty. You're being truthful about that. Well was really fun. I didn't know it's so funny. Because i had all these things that i thought it was going to talk about with you that we're more about things you've done your career and we completely got off track because you took over questions for you. I mean you're a real turning point in your life. It's very exciting. It's exciting it's It's it's strange to so. I might just wonder the earth now spreading seeds growing little trees. Well i when. I ran the jon stewart. After he had stopped. I was so worried about him. Because you know to in my mind he's exists doing a show. Every night he was the happiest ever seen him as he got to be with his kids. And you've got to watch them grow up and be with his wife and just relax and It was shot. It was shocking to me. Who always thinks you should constantly be making comedy right. But maybe i have no idea. I think i spent enough time with my kids and my.

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"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Improvise with my daughter. I think writers. I've noticed in particular are not. Have that same feeling about improv. Because i find writers to be a bit more perfectionist. What's happening with sam. Our way is time's up. What happened did you just do something. No it's your call. Kristen is your show. You get to wrap it up. Why don't you. I saw you look over. And then i saw lights flash on your head you started moving around. Did call sam. What's going on over there. You know. But i am sorry. That's there. I know especially getting older. I'm not as old as non-peaceful here. Okay so now i'm old. I know theory. We're all understanding. i heard before from. I'm as old as i say. I am on wikipedia. How would you say you have already one for lincoln. Yeah fifty eight in real life. Forty one on wikipedia lou. I go. I go there everyday. And i have and david one of david's jobs be sown as job is get up every morning and put me down as forty one. Let someone always at the back. Yeah it only lasts about ten minutes yet. It's a fulltime job. Yeah but he just hammers away at it and sometimes i have them doing it during the day. It's like checking a stock. You have to just keep going back. It's forty one. Sometimes we go to thirty nine buying that one. Everyone accepts it enough as a forty one year. Old i mean. Do you feel like comedy. I heard my husband say that. Sometimes he feels like comedy is a young man's game and i hate to call them out like that but that's when he's like really down. I don't agree with that. But i do think you can rack up a number of times when you're all as you get older when you have been funny that you could convince yourself that you're not funny anymore whereas when you're younger you don't have that yet. Yes first of all a number of times when you when you're not funny in a row i can't relate to that i just can't you're talking about okay and that's just seemed weird in foreign to me. David would you agree Wow anyway i had to sign a paper for that to know but I understand exactly what you're husband's talking about. And i know he's a very funny guy professionally and i know what he's talking about and nanai people or i'm around people like martin short st albert brooks. You are devastatingly. Funny and not just verbally funny but just in a performance of way funny and and bob newhart bob newhart. I think is ninety one or ninety two and he still is so funny and his put. Downs are fantastic. And i think okay. If i could have thought of that as i age wikipedia forty one real life fifty eight i if i could have thought of that. I'd be very proud. And then i think what are those guys doing. How do you carl. Reiner's another one. Mel brooks where You know very late in life very very funny and Coming up with funny and amusing ideas. I think there's a kind of hunger that you have when you're younger that fuels things and helps and then you've got a substitute that with something else and the age old question in our businesses. Can you be happy and funny. And that gets tricky. Because there are times ri-. I really love my wife and i love my kids and i consider myself extremely lucky. I enjoy my friends. And i look around at all that and it wasn't always the case i didn't always have that life so there are times when i look at them. And think you guys you assholes are keeping me from being funny it keeping me funny as i could truly be bring you down bringing me down me loving them. And i'm loving me. Bullshit i gotta get out of his. I gotta blow this up. So i can reach the next level of funny. I've got to be funnier. So that's yeah that way lies madness. Here's something that you occurred me. When i was listening to you is. We're saying that you know. The conditions have to be writing for a good good comedic moment. And i think that is expectations right. And and sometimes i found. When i was starting up i had my best live stage performances of my career before flight of the conchords before i was i could. I could destroy as this wispy little. Who the who the hell's that like. She has and then show them exactly who i was whereas i felt i really got in my head leader and i. I wonder if that's the case too. Where where you need to form a condition for yourself where. There is no expectation but but expectations from the audience or no expectations for myself. That's the question. Because as both. Because i've seen it i've seen it go the other way to where because people know me. They're laughing sometimes before. I even say anything. That's the worst i love.

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"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Wanna laugh turns into tears in your face because it. Yeah but but you know that's the thing when you go to school sometimes. Some teachers think that this is how she taught sigourney weaver so she thought everyone if everyone spoke like sigourney weaver then they had a shot right. I understand that it is what makes us unusual that i think gets us where we're going you know that's always been my theory. Yeah some of it is just if you're around for awhile and anywhere i'm down doesn't sound it doesn't sound sexy but but you stick around for a while and then after a while people say a guy who sounds like that. It looks like that with that weird name in that weird hair can be a late night host. Yeah no. I didn't know what i was doing. And that's the way it should be mean whereas late night going these days anyways. I'm god you're pretty good at asking questions. i mean. obviously take your podcast for this. Yeah why don't you just say you know. Kristen schaal needs a friend. And your guest is conan. O'brien what did to do interviews with people. Would you're good. You're naturally curious and you're asking questions and That's yeah late night. I have no idea. I'm the guy that Just left you will. That's the only option. That's why i said about you to where i was like. Yeah you just quit. Because the show doesn't really get cancelled right. You just have to leave. What's very funny thing. I realized at one point that for the first couple of years of my show back in the early nineties always in danger of losing it. Then you're award if you can. Last is that the reward is they will never end but anything that never ends frightens the shit out of me. Like going back to catholicism. I asked a non once. What's heaven and she said. What's your favorite thing to do. And i said color in a coloring book. And she said well it's that for all eternity at rennes and i was horrified. Horrified and so the concept of what. You can't do this forever. you can't sounds like that. Got locked in for you and now no matter what you want. You're going to be coloring in heaven for eternity. yes but with great historical figures with family with lincoln. Who still going to be like. I don't understand. I was at the theatre. Had my back turned and he's terrible thing and the life i liked that that could even be. I could see that being a whole movie. The whole movie does not a whole movie. Your terrible judge of what's whole movie. That's not a movie. what are you talking about now. i'm angry. You can kick them off your podcast now. It's your podcast. So the minute i turn on you. You're right now assistant. do you remember. Free minutes gaps. Three sketch do you have a moment where you thought heaven. I thought i was till we lose our bodies. And we're all just balls of light floating around told you my sunday schoolteacher. Oh i never got that also lights turning around your spirit kinda like the movie. No that's when you go into that's tron and thinking. Oh yeah no. I don't i don't think that i don't we have our bodies. We have our bodies we sit on this.

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"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"They did. Hello andrea got a format. It's untested but. I wanna try on you know. It's so funny because it said variety show and i had all these people saying cones going to bring back the variety show like i'm dean martin and women are gonna come out at the beginning and go its conan. And there's going to be sketches in a restaurant and today's guests kristen show. And then you're like ooh gracie allen out of the scene like george burns to start talking about. How glaive you. This one over here. She's a real nut job. Well i better get back to the sketch. Then why can't it be this. Well the thing it was so funny is that i found out later on that someone i think at turner just put variety show in there because that's the category we're in in the emmys and so they just put in you know it's going to be a variety show and i swear to god. I had people on the street. Saying i know where you can get some dancers and other people saying. I know you can get some singers. That can go conan conan conan. It's the count in show. And i thought that's hilarious. So many people had different ideas about this. What this would be excited to see it von with you involved but like to be seen in essential way. What like me wanting to be a superhero. Okay so i'm going to ask you a question. Which is you have a think. One of the most recognizable voices of anybody on the planet not just because of bob's burgers. Because all the work you've done when i hear your voice other people that don't know who you are and then you start to speak and suddenly you're ushered to a much better table at the restaurant haven't i. I haven't been to a restaurant and a really long time but but i have. I have brought joy to people strangers when they hear me talk in a way. That's very Rewarding and makes me feel good and then to yeah yeah. they love bob's burgers. And they really ally of the really love. Billy bob bob's burgers and the but something about me will in gravity falls which was on disney for just two seasons. But that did you watch debussy. Little watch that.

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"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"I didn't ask you. i wasn't even around. I was always yelling at the cross that was hanging on. The want. Never asked you for thing. Were you looking at me for sorry. God forget about it. You know i turn into a whole different character. So you grow up on this farm and you see life unfolding all around you in a very sounds like a very brutal way but when did you say okay. I think i'm funny. I'm i'm funny person. That really. did your parents know you were funny. I mean they argue that they did. But i don't have any memories of my parents like laughing at me Growing out like oh my god. Kristen was great. And i don't really have any memories of me like performing jokes for my parents either but yeah i think they thought it was funny. Those memories aren't as vivid as i think in high school i was. I joined the forensics team which is a speech and debate. I know when i was in high school. I joined the forensics team. Because i thought we would be investigating death and i swear to god. I thought we'd be dissecting the bodies of people that have been murdered and trying to figure out what happened. And then i found out that no you'll get note cards and you debate these incredibly dry topics. I was enraged. I showed up the first day with a human foot. I swear we're gonna solve this. No the flip as you would like jesus dad you. That's that'd be great investigate. Please anyone listening right. Now is offended. You know you know the deal when you tuned in love tuned. Completely wrong for podcast. But i'm from another era. The whole idea of police investigating what happened here. The coroner's like there and he's like well. We're pretty sure he was alive when they put him on the cross but the this looks like a roman speier. And they're they're questioning people. Yeah he when you do sorry. Tell me to shut up a few asking questions. This is great. we want to know about my workout routine. Not really when you so you pouring water by the way. That's not drilling when you'd you quit your show and now but i didn't think you quit your show. I think you are just going to start a new show. Yeah well everybody was acting like you were dead. I did not. I did not play along. Didn't like that. But then i like well when people die. They don't get to see that. Did you enjoy it. I was surprised. Well i was just surprised that where i was not going to do the tonight in the late show anymore and so i was going to go and do other stuff and that. This is a true story but We finished the last show on a thursday the next day my family and i fly out of the east coast so we sort of just start walking my daughter around college campuses. Because she's seventeen. She's never been on a college campus because of covert and we thought we should. She should at least start looking at a bunch of schools just to see. Does anything ring. A bell did anything harvard. Oh god no no. That's off the table. Oh you know after what. i did. Harvard my.

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"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Brutally with a with a hacksaw. Yeah sure okay my guest. Today is a hilarious comedian and actress. Who voices luis beltran. Bob's burgers and now you can see here in the disney plus series the mysterious benedict society. And she's done so much amazing work. This introduced even scratch the surface very excited. She's with us today. I do love her christian. Shaw welcome ooh everytime i realize we're friends. I'm always surprised. Why does it surprise you Because because it reminds me that i've made it that's all as a sign of making it now in the business to someone is my friend. That's a little bit. i mean a little bit. That hurt my feelings. I mean i'm sure you have friends that do other things. No i'll only be friends with people in show business. Dave david hopping. He's filling infest shona. He's my assistant. Who's filling in for massage and say. Hi david i but we are not friends. Oh no i mean. You're an employee david out. That's that's fair. i signed something in you. Sign something and said we can never be friends. That's true that'll keep it easy. We have much to speak about. Because we've been. I think we've been friends for a long time. I mean when it was the first time you came on my show. It must be a big day in your life. Look that up. Don't you have that in your notes. When was it guys. Don't know i don't even the you is in new york. I feel it. I didn't do your show till you move to la because you went from your doing the tonight show which by the way. I bought a t shirt. Did you buy a tonight show shirt. As soon as i knew shit was going down. I went online and bought a t-shirt those are those are worth of fortune. Owning dewey defeats truman newspaper. It is It's a it's a big deal. It's like having that postage stamp of the by plane. That's flying upside down. That's worth eight billion dollars. I see people right occasionally with conan tonight show merchandise and i say you hang onto that because that is a historical oddity. That's worth a fortune. Yeah i think it's gonna. It's definitely going to be a memory. I'm sorry to bring that up right off the bat we were off now. I'm surprised we're friends. We were we were seconds into a show. The tonight show relief. I said a great great. You're talking to an airship pilot. And you brought up the hindenburg. within seconds. yes. Because i don't think i did your show in new york because it was it was shifting to that and then i wasn't anything you did a very sweet thing which i was on tour in two thousand nine two thousand ten on that big tour between shows and i think you came backstage and you had like crochet me when i don't know the name of the woman was a fan that knew that you gave it to me. I could get it on my god. You scared the hell out of me. I thought you just meant. I thought you just meant that was into the real lab guests talking.

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"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"Green tea has caffeine On having a cup now right but it's it's really important for us to really type that because it has a half life of about six hours if you're having a after about three o'clock and you're trying to get sped at about nine ten o'clock yeah it's it's going to have an impact opponent how easily you're going to be able to not only go to sleep but how you stay asleep at night time as well right. 'cause you're still practicing one the other things one of the things is like. What times do you eight. And i feel eating late at night. What your body is doing is diverting all its resources to digestion which actually as a bodily process is really noisy. If there's a lot going on so it's just your tummy gangling but there's a lot of processes as going on in your body. Which means that. Actually you wake up a lot. You're kind of let you have this surface level slate rather than deep slate. Which happens when you eight three hours before you go and try to go to sleep already thinking about those Bicyc- habits around how we nourish our cells has really big impact all slate. But then there's all the other stuff like how rhythm of allies might make that. We're getting lighter and guide to sleep. We now have become out of sync. With how the sun moves across the sky and that circadian rhythms reading. Nicic to us. We underestimate how animal like we are in terms of what we need. In order to get good night's rest now that yeah absolutely suggest this this a whole load of things that we can do in order to take in order to the things that aren't helping us but also things that can help us like sleeping in a really doctoring as much as possible because the Actually does with trying to sleep. We can perceive it from behind out islets. It sounds crazy but we can But also you know what what kind of are we exposing ourselves to before we go to sleep. We know that blue light is really good at keeping us a lot. That's what the sun beams down at us but when we have that late at night basically telling brian's hey don't switch off yet This stuff to do and it takes a while for our brains to turn that down a notch. Once we stop exposing ourselves to blue light it doesn't have to happen immediately. Which is why the recommendation is enough for the owl rotary. Before you go to bed try not to look at screen so much. Look at piper back books through other things. But that's a way of kind of signaling to o'brien that this is now time to go to sleep and listen to your biological rhythm. Because i'm going give you any artificial stuff telling you that there's other stuff you need to. Yeah i mean. I definitely notice if i'm scrolling on my phone right before bed. I don't sleep as well and you know it's like that false sense of i'm relaxing. But it just it does something to the brain. It's like you're hyper stimulated. And then you can't sleep. And you may not be even consciously aware of it. But doing is you're signaling. Show brian that. It's not slate taught this blue light that i'm seeing means that the sun is up essentially. It's not time to sleep. Because as far as i can tell The sun is up. Says your bright so it's still going to start switching down right absolutely. It's it's such a hard one to put away. But i think it's really important when you can't get kind of blue light blocking glasses as well which through a little bit have a little bit of a benefit so you like watching tv. Or something like that. You can also get blue light screens forte that blackout pot of that attracted spectrum. Mitch's cyclic joe brain to stay awake so you can. There are technical. But there's nothing better than i should. He just putting it away for awhile while a nice paper buck well. This has been incredibly helpful. I know your book. Steady is available on amazon and we will link up to it. Where can people find you online. You can find me at saab joe. Hal dot com so that's j. o. H. a. l. dot com and. I'm sure you'll still count to that tunisia definitely. Well thank you so much. I really appreciate the conversation. Thank you for absolute pleasure right time to chat with. Bj hickman our resident therapist. Hey bj kristen okay. So we had. This question asked of us in our selfie facebook community. How do we teach self compassion to our kids especially a boy who's always on the move and thus resistance to mindfulness questions read the next part that she said. Oh i love this. I don't see you read it. She's sneaking in eavesdropping. Yod casts in the car love bad. That's a good method. Let me just tell you moms if you can turn something on in the car that you want your kids to hear even if you're not talking about in and they're still doing other things this goes back to what we talked about in another episode about how the way you get to kids is through the back door. Yes so you don't talk directly to them. You really want them to hear you talk in their presence or he play podcast Sons you turn a television show on their presents and you know you gotta remember the golden rule about talking to your kids about anything. Important for one thing is. You never looked them in the eye. You want to have those conversations in the car when you're both facing falls in line the bed at night if they can if you still get to cuddle with them sometimes if they'll let you crash on the bed as they're falling asleep at night and you're in the dark and they can't see your face you can't see. There's you're more likely to get them to talk about things then even while you're fixing dinner if they're sitting at the bar fiddling with their phone or playing a game or working on homework at the dining table and you're not looking at them you're cooking dinner and utah you bring up a topic or you start talking to your husband out a topic Or even get on the phone with your girlfriend. Whatever it takes to bring it into the room then it might spark conversation that if you sit down and say okay so i wanna talk about self compassion. You know that's not gonna happen. They're gonna run. Yeah right mentally. So but i think probably the most important thing about self compassion as a topic just in general for your kids is what he modeling for them on. My gosh. it's it's so true. That's the that's top of line right there right. Yeah i mean are you talking to yourself in loving and kind way out loud to them or you disgree looking in the mirror and saying i can't wear that i look fat and Or are you oh god. I'm so stupid when you make a mistake. If your kids say that you're all over it the do you say that yourself. And so the very most important thing our kids need. Is i model self compassion for them and that also looks like self care being able to choose ourselves in moments when our kids need us But saying you know. I need this in order to give you what you need. I need to give myself what i need. And i want you to learn how to do the same and modeling that for them Another thing is recognizing that every opportunity most opportunities. I won't say every choose them carefully but choose opportunities to speak into those moments even if you get. I rolls That you recognize your kids not being compassionate towards others and moments themselves because we project.

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"kristen" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Maybe whatever yeah but I would love to see you neri andrew this thing that's talk a little bit but it's not a every time i drive a real crazy race car. It takes it. It takes a lot more. Focus than a streetcar. So i so i can't do it gonna job as a job and and oh by the way my lab cable came out halfway through lap so it the second half won't have anything i say anyway so i come to a stop and you don't have to chop it out there. You have to do something with the audio ticks plan. What happened so just the bottom again. The plug it wasn't. I've had it horizontal but it just vibrated out okay. We're one of those things. That's pittman issue audio fails weed. Seems like we have a lot of questions. Okay let's get to some of them. Bolted the bolden. Ones are aimed at kristen questions. Talked to us about your c. Thirty two Joe here has a ren tech version and He's really into it you like. You're thirty two. Oh yeah oh man so you remember. I used to talk about the rest issue right. I found a solution. I found a shop shop is gonna fix it good. Who's fixing it now. Actually as we speak. I went to it yesterday. The first shop was like okay so it's pretty much rusted alway through so if you guys don't remember there's Because mercedes was was idiots for some reason at the bottom of four doors. They made this rubber kind of this shape thing and the metal of the door sits on top of it. I don't know what it's for but what happens is whenever there's moisture it just slides down into slide down into the rubber and it just sits there so the metal the door sits in water perfect bubbling up from the bottom of the doors and i started seeing it about seven years ago. And it was heartbreaking because i took us a one shop. And they're like yeah. We can't just get rid of that. You'd have to get new doors and another shop with like well. We can sanded down but it's going to come back because it's rust so this shop was like neural. We're not going to send it down where i'm going to do any of that. Bullshit we're up and fabricated cool. Why can't you just get doors though. Yes that seems like the easiest solution because mental doors. Yes i know. That sounds dumb. But yes i like. I like the way these ones close but we can get doors from because goes all w. two threes. Have this issue doors. Okay continue but then ship them okay. Over here they're gonna patch it and and and fabricated. Yeah and what. What do they do going forward. Can you just remove the stupid channel yesterday. Because he called me and he was like. I want you to come over here and i want you to see what i'm doing. Okay so i went over there and he had pulled them out. You can see the rust inside it. He's like yeah. That's part of your door in there. I don't know what the fuck. Therefore i said it will. If you don't know what the fuck therefore maybe. We don't need them. Is the door still watertight if we close it and this is not there anymore and he said yes. Aware tight is fine. I was like well pull them all. Fuck off is probably like a way for them to join the pieces of metal so they could manufacture like a bunch of different parts navy. Insulation sound insulation just additional. Nba's the muscle taco hindsight holds water. But so he's just gonna paula's off and he's gonna fabricate in the bottoms of the doors. And i was like was the rest bad. He's like oh wasn't that bad tremendous weight off my shoulders. I feel so much better. you know. Save car when you when you drive a car that you love but there's something a little bit wrong with it just always there the back of your head and it's just like it's like that tag at the back of your t shirts always just kind of scratching at you. It's gone now. Good the way to lee Wants to tell you that. love the Api heritage month coverage on the drive did do a fabulous job with that nice job. That was great Any other baldwin's no. Okay let's just go to the basics. Kevin says lighter wheels will improve your handling but with lighter. Wheels also improve ride quality It's an interesting concept suspension. I i think that depends on your suspension because the wheel would be more reactive to whatever bump it may hit. If it's lighter right have less inertia coming up. Although that might be inverse to that sounds like an engineer question in my personal experience it doesn't affect ride quality having driven cars on the same car on a metal wheel and then and then like carbon wheel for instance. The ride quality isn't affected by that. In a way. I could notice. I just drove a civic type r limited edition at this forged. Bbs wheel's fine it's fine. I haven't driven regular civic type. R i mean there there unless you were to drive them back to back. It's not immediately noticeable that there's a difference. No i don't think so if you were if you did you would know but like i don't think lighter wheels have any downside in less the they're being light somehow compromises strength right. They would have to be very strong. And that means forged or whatever but I don't i can't think of any downside to having a lighter wheel unless it's not physically strong enough to handle your car anymore. i agree. yeah Joe bertha says what are the best The best jobs in the auto or adjacent industries. That you've run into Considering pay lifestyle perks etc. Who in the industry has the best jobs i mean i only have insight into us the i know journalists and the pr people seem to have a pretty good gig. Yes they get. They get to go on all the press trips. You know they get to go to the locations they get to manage and spec out the fleet's true they get to decide who gets and doesn't get cars. They have the keys of the kingdom but they also have to escort drunk journalists that that that may they may like that. That could be a month. They have to be a camp counselor. Yeah a little bit I think i think people. Pr people probably have a pretty good pretty good. Well i think we see the revolving door because there are who then go work for pr. And then after a while they come they go back and forth because no more money but a lot of them go. They missed the cool trips outside their brand. That's the thing about. Pr you know if you work for porsche you never get to go on the g wagon offroad through the forest trip so happy one. Pr at the very bottom of the ladder. I can tell you fucking sucks but once you make it up to to to the level where our management it's still hanging out with journalists. Get to be at the bar. You get to come on the trips. Then it gets fun but if you're on the bottom of the rung and you're setting up the trip and making all the phone calls in the arrangements and then you don't get to go to the party sucks The the in house like the people that call themselves powertrain engineers But they're really Just like racing drivers that can do. Math seem to really enjoy their jobs. Guys ford always brings those guys onto their car. Launches those guys yeah. They seem to have a good time with With with you take it out on the on the tracker off road and you bring it back and they're like how was it really fast.

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"kristen" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Smoking tire thirty checkout or keeper dot. io slash smoking tire to learn more. This is a really helpful thing. Guys make it a part of your life. Get your brain power back and exit that password loop keeper is jammed and last but never ever ever leased just parked in our number four position. My folks at tradecraft farms boy have they got some new hotness on the shelves right now just dropped it off at the caribbean. Well the finest thc and cbd products in southern california bar. None absolutely bar none his legal where you're at or you've come to california to visit us kind folk out here. Dude grab some for yourself but if you can't do that if life doesn't turn that way or if it's not legal where you not just give tradecraft farms of follow on instagram tradecraft. Underscore farms dot on instagram beautiful. Pretty pictures right if you if you live. Where where this kind of stuff is a mainstream right now by all means visit one of their retail locations or ask for your local dispensary Tradecraft farms the official. Thc cd products of the smoking tire. Podcast alright on this episode of the show. One of my favorite people in automotive journalism one of a very small number of people. I am willing to share a press car with a launch from the drive dot com. Where she is. Running the editorial new car shindig over there. I great friend back in studio for the first time in over two years. Kristen lee kristen. Lee is in the studio for the first time since this studio and wearing a really dope speedmaster. I really like your master is so great for you really fits your style. So let's watch. But i think it does that. I don't think i think. Now it's so fashionable for men to wear smaller sized watches and for women to wear bigger size watches. The overlap is totally there. Anything between thirty six and forty s the little jewelry bracelet ones I'm not even old cuts like for the the the cocktail dress thing. Though i wore this to you could you could. But i'm i mean you could go and i can wear wear gmt under tux and would but like that's not what like someone who's super stylish would tell me to do. Those people have thought. I mean i take a public plane at times to fly. I guess things have really taken. A man stayed at the mall of america last night. So.

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"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"The thank you. They can get that at. Kansas lipton dot com slash book. Okay awesome well. Thank you so much. Janice i really appreciate it. If you for having me kristen right well. It is time to chat. Bj are resident therapist and we had a very interesting question thrown to us in the self fix community. And it's it's funny because i suffer from insomnia. I'm in a lot of insomnia. Facebook groups support groups and this question is asked in there quite a bit. And it's this. I'd love to know more about couples who cannot sleep in the same bed together. I love my partner. I have such issues around sleep that i cannot fall asleep with him in the bed with me. And i've heard this from couples where one person snores or one person has to wear a sleep apnea machine or one person has insomnia. So what are your thoughts on. An couples who struggled sleep in the same bed. I'm married to a snore. And i'm going to get an announcement for zepa. Which is the snore device. He has has been using for years. And it's he can still have breakthrough snoring. But it's it's softer and if i don't wake up and i'm good if i wake up and he's doing that then i'm in trouble but i'm telling you we have. We have battled this for a long time. And i have had my experiences where i slept in another room or slept on the sofa. Or he did because it was just too disruptive to my sleeve and And i just think you know. At the end of the day we have to be careful about judging our own relationships based on where we sleep. I think especially the pandemic has been a really good opportunity for us to see the importance of self care and Being able to to kind of navigate through these conversations. In a way that i mean. I think what be interesting. And maybe you should speak. Ended this because You you know having gone through a divorce in having a boyfriend and having his kids him and his kids living in the back house and you and your kids in the front house you guys have probably had to navigate some of this yourself and I know you know. I'd be interested to know. If this person's question was more about feeling bad being judged or does her husband struggle with her leaving the bed does he personalized that like. There's lots of different dynamics to this. That i think we can talk about. Yeah and i think that there is just a general stigma around couples who sleep in separate beds. Because i think you know. I mean i can even remember a couple friend and friend saying they're not even sleeping in the same bed is because that that can be a death-knell It can be. I mean i went through a divorce. We started sleeping in separate beds and so there is a stigma that this is the beginning of a separation. This is where it starts like. Oh it's starting but that's not necessarily true. If you decide to sleep in separate beds consciously you know as a mindful thing that that's very different than a couple who were sleeping in separate beds. Because they're not getting along and there doesn't need to be a stigma. There doesn't need to be an assumption that this is you know a death-knell for the marriage Because many many let me tell you from the insomnia community noonan knee. Healthy couples sleep in different beds. There's nothing wrong with it. There are couples that have been married for fifty seven years. That sleep in separate beds for various reasons The key here is figuring out how you have those intimate moments that that happen in a bed. And i don't mean just sex. But i mean that to you know but the talking the conversations And obviously the sax how do you make sure that those happen outside of when you fall asleep at night and it just. There's you have to be intentional. You have to decide okay. We're gonna have our sexy times at a different time of the day or we're going to cuddle in one bed and then the other person goes to bed in the other room There's lots of ways to still be intimate and to still have a good relationship where you fall asleep at night is not an indicator of your marriage. That's it and i think that's the conversation that might need to be had if there is a partnership in which one person is feeling abandoned by the other leaving the bed and this is just a matter of having this conversation. Yeah and being able to say. Hey this is what might be best for us. It actually might enhance our relationship by knowing that we're getting good sleep. I honestly i would. Probably we would probably sleep and in separate beds if it weren't the fact that david is just unfazed by. He wakes up multiple times at night and goes right back to sleep. I can't guarantee. I'm going back to sleep if i wake up. So it's kind of a whole different dynamic and is if. I am struggling with insomnia than i can kind of do whatever i need to do. And it doesn't affect him in the same bed liddy did. I would sleep in another bed so that we weren't affecting each other because one of us needs to sleep absolutely. I think it's i really do think it's as much about the relationship and your ability to communicate these things and And let go of any ideas that you have. You know i when you said that. Oh they're not even sleeping in the same bed that i remember hearing that so many times in certain environments people tended to be more judgmental of other people's marriages and there were certain ideas about that that yeah at i think that is a pretty culturally held belief from a lot of people. Yeah so. I just think it's important that couples be able to move against that and decide. What's best for them Because there's literally nothing more beneficial to our health than than good sleep absolute auto.

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"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"And yell back and react in a situation but after the meeting if you pay attention your body might still have nots in the stomach stiff neck. Clench john sweaty palms. Some some people tell me they get rashes headaches etc so when how you reacted physically verbally emotionally and how extreme or your reactions and to take it all the way what potential addictive behavior you might have engaged in because as you know some people overeat some drinks some smoke some stay in bed some. Spend too much money you know. There's all those behaviors absolutely. And what do we do when we noticed that. Your stress response involves you know whether it's addictive behaviors are unhealthy patterns. How do we move out of those as a of our stress response right so the next piece is to two or three things you do number one you you learn to stop yourself in the middle of an overreaction and stop stands for stop take a breath observe and proceed and that comes from john cabot. Zinn the father of modern day. Mindfulness and actually learned to use that in my own life. That when i'm in a stress reaction whether itself made or coming from another person i've learned and it's not perfect. It's a process. It's a growing process. I've learned to catch myself in the act of overreacting and say to myself disease situation really warrant this degree of anxiety and really important that i can't find the right gift card at the grocery store because i'm on my way to a party and i'm late or i mean if nobody is in is in the hospital member situation is not that big a deal. It's a matter of keeping perspective. Yes the other half is about learning how to reality spin so going back to the example of you're always late hatching yourself and saying will was he always late or was it. I was just irritated this one time. Because i was tired and hungry and wanting pen to gets you really into deeper deeper thing. I'll give you another example. I had a cold one day and a friend came over. And she said. Oh maybe you've got allergies an icon. I blew up. And i'm like i don't have allergies. I have a cold. I don't get allergies and later on that death thought. Wow i was mean to her. Why did i overreact like that. Especially somebody who wrote the book. I should know better right. Sure so actually followed my own advice and got out my pen paper and i realized that twenty years ago when my father was on his last legs i was sick and i really really wanted to get on an airplane and go to houston and be with my father so i went to the doctor to try to get an antibiotic and she said well. You have allergies you. There's nothing antibiotics going to do for you. And i got so irritated with this doctor. And i said listen. I'm sick i wanna go home. My father is on his deathbed. Please give me an antibiotic and she did finally succumb. But i hadn't realized that. I was carrying that experience with that doctor to this current day. So that's an example of how being hanta stuff from our past and how we unpack it by writing with a pen and paper cuts so interesting that you say that you know it. It's kind of affecting has differently with pen and paper. Because i feel that intuitively so it's interesting to hear that confirmed. Oh wow well. There's a book called the artist's way and this very moment the are the author's name is escaping me. But it's it's all about writing she. Has you writing every single morning. And she calls morning pages and she says commit to three pages. Because if you say. I've got a right every day for an hour. That's too big but if you say i want to write for three pages you know. That's doable and it will only take you minutes quite often. Once we start writing we write for longer. Oh her name. Is julia cameron now. Speaking of morning you talk about holding a morning perspective meeting with yourself. Yes as a self care exercise. Tell us that well. That's related to the writing for me. It might be sitting outside with my coffee with a pen and paper. It might be going for.

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"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"I'm thrilled me talking with janice litvin. Today she is an expert on. Burn out she is. The author of the new book banished burnout tool kit. Janice thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you for having me kristen. Well one of the things that you talk about when you speak in your book is the dynamic of stress response patterns and we talk about stress. A lot on this podcast. It's all about self care. Many of us have a lot of different stressors. Talk to me about understanding. Our stress response patterns. Yes that's a great question sell. in general. There are two typical stress patterns. And they're pretty obvious when you think about him. The first exaggeration and the sex or overreacting. And the second is over generalization. So reaction might be. Oh my gosh. I've been hit by a car and you know we wouldn't be human if we didn't have a reaction. The problem comes when people get so overreactive that they can't think straight. Yes so kind of like catastrophe. Exactly history onyx. yes yes. I'm really good at that. We all were if you think about. If you think about kristen. It's a child like reaction. Yeah and hopefully. When children grow up their parents have role modeled. More rational behavior but many have not yet. And so. that's where the problem comes in absolutely. Yeah and then. What's the second one that you mentioned. The second one is over generalizing for example. You're always late to pick me up or you to meet me for dinner. Well are you always late to meet that person for dinner or are you just very upset because you're hungry you're tired and it's cold outside and you're standing in front of a restaurant waiting and you really wish you could go in. But the other person's not responding to email or text or phone call and so you're getting irritated very very irritated and then when the person finally arrives. You're always late. Well maybe the person's not really always late So it's kind of related to the overreact overreaction and it feels like that in the moment but it's really we're just again maximizing over-generalized over generalizing making it big. Yes let me give you an example of this for the workplace and this is an example from my own life and many many people in my workshops. Tell me they relate to this. The boss sends you a text in says. We need to meet tomorrow. Nine o'clock on zoom or or in person and so instantly. I'm like oh my gosh. What have i done now. it's this is going to be negative. yes well it might be negative. It might not be negative. Where does that pattern in your mind. Come from in my case. I had a boss and every time he wanted to see me. It was indeed something negative and i had to think about this and i carried it forward in reality. The person might really just want to offer you a plum assignment. And maybe they're really a wonderful boss and you you've catastrophes. The situation based on a prior experience. Absolutely yes. I have done that many times. So how do we start to kind of unpack. These stress response patterns Because for many of us it's a well worn groove you know. How do we forge path for ourselves. Yes i'm glad you asked me in. My book banished burnout. Toolkit i give a lot of exercises so when something happens what we wanna do is try to move the reaction from the amid deloitte or the fear center of the brain. The prefrontal cortex the executive functioning. Part of the bring the best way to do that to get started. Doing that is to work. What i call my stress audit tool number one of the workbook so when something happens and it's always something could be an argument in a meeting at work more. It could be someone rear ended you on the street. And so what helps is to really analyze with a fine-tooth comb. What happened and by the way when you right with pen and paper. It initiates part of the brain. That doesn't get initiated. Win you type with a device but then staying. That's an aside so when you write down what happened. How you reacted physically. Sometimes our body is the only indicator that were upset because in a business meeting. Hopefully you're not gonna yell and yell back and react in a situation but after the meeting if you pay attention your body might still have nots in the stomach stiff neck..

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"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"But i feel i feel like it's tmi so. I'm going to tell you in later. If we have a change of heart than we'll just cut it in not put it in the I sometimes have to do voice overs for various projects. In when i do them. I'm usually at home by myself with my mic. It's quiet and nobody can see me. And i can take as many takes us. I want in the ended over Four days ago. I had to do a voiceover in fancy voiceover booth were. They need They need some audio. And i was like okay i can do this and my period had just ended. Okay and i am in this booth. And i have like the headphones on and the producer decides he's going to sit in the booth with me to direct me and so as i say things will go okay when i want that line again but slower and or i need you to hit that constant a little bit harder which is terrifying terrified. In case 'cause they're sound engineers there's a producer in the room. So i start sweating. I'm sweating and super nervous. I'm on the spot. I'm not prepared. I'm reading these lines. I forget how word sound. And so i like begged for a bathroom break and i ran to the bathroom and i swear to god i started. Fear menstruating nanak menstruating. I panic had my period and it was kind of like when donald trump accused meghan. Kelly of rage menstruating debates. I feel like you fear. Fear mistreated. I feel like fairmount street. It and i just i. I'm laughing about it. Sounds like this is so absurd. Like i'm just so sweaty right now. I was wearing like this cute pleaser. And i had my hair down and then by the end of it i was. I was barefoot in my tank. Top haruna ponytail. Because i was just sweating. And i was so nervous anyway. I don't know if you're starting on podcast. I i think that's a safe topic. I think we can leave that one in. Okay okay. i'm gonna wake up in the middle of the night thinking about this but yes all right next up we are going to be chatting with janice and now a quick sponsor break most of us could use more energy energy but caffeine can only do so much and some of us like myself. Don't even caffeine. At some point we have to look at the root causes of our fatigue. It turns out there are two main factors.

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"kristen" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"kristen" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"What's up, everybody? I am mr. Edimax. You listening to the pursuit on the autobahns network. Shockingly, I'm going to ask you guys for a favor cuz so I do every week before you even start listening, hit pause. Scroll down, like you're going through on iTunes, scroll on down, like you're going to read all the bad reviews it'll say right or review, you know what you can do, write a review page, that helps me a lot. It helps jabber a lot. Like, share, subscribe is my new hashtag. I think saying it too much. I've become that robot. But you guys don't understand how much that helps. How much it helps me. It takes two minutes, I could be asking you for donations. But instead I'm just asking you to leave a review. It costs you nothing takes two seconds. I'm not sure anybody asking for donations right now. There's a lot of things that we need to donate for I'm just simply saying this is a really easy thing for you to do. That helps other people including myself and Jabber. I'm going to jump right into this, my guest this week is Kristen Danforth found on Instagram. She's a photographer. Graphic designer an influencer of sorts. She signed not a major brand, which we talked about. It's cool cuz she's a little guy. She's got fifty seven hundred followers right, along right around. What I have and to see these big Brands value, In someone like myself and or in this situation Kristen is awesome. It's really fun. It's fun conversation. I didn't know where it was going to go and where we went with. It was awesome it was really fun. We did have to cut a couple of things out so if you get a little Block in their contract obligations, this is the influencer world we live and we have to age. We can't overstep their boundaries, so Chris. And I talked about it after we just wanted to make sure that we covered all angles and you know, didn't burn any Bridges with other people that we work with. So if it is a little caught in the middle, it's simply because one of us over spoke about something we couldn't speak about..

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