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"lauren bush" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"The priority. Are The people issues talking with them understanding their concerns living our values that this is about our community and we do the same thing with a lot of time with them talking about remember. Ninety six farms are still failing on these families and they have same concerns. There's kids are out of school. They have to have access to food they are. They don't many of them. Don't have technology bail ability right broadband. Which is something we've been talking about for awhile. And so how are they going to take tele-medicine It's unchartered time a hobby. I think you have to go back to the good person and understand the concern. And listen and communicate. Who are you Beth? As as we wrap up this fewer questions. Who are you looking at for leadership in this crisis right? What leaders are you looking at? You think are doing a good job. Or who do you look to in moments like this? Because I think it's a fair bet to save never thought face this when you became. Ceo No I don't think any of us thought we'd ever see something like this. You know I always look for first of all of the scientists. I look for the experts to tell us to give US clarity. As to one of the best ways we can protect our workers. Our farmers are members. Our families I think the experts that I look at Are the ones who are putting their their people and everybody I at as they can and so those that are saying in their platforms. They're doing everything they can to locate with their teams but also make sure that they continue the samp Lloyd and then thinking outside of ourselves. This is a time where many of these children who are at school who can't go to school. Don't have a meal. There have been getting their breakfast lunch at school. And so we're concerned about that. Were concerned about a food. Banks who also are not getting as much support because restaurants close down food supplies not going necessarily in there in those moments beyond listening to the scientists. It is about listening to others who need more in in my view. The farmers This cooperative has at its values at its fundamental values in wherein coming into our hundredth anniversary. I see this across the country. They're most concerned with others. And I think if we all put ourselves outside ourselves for a moment and take care of those who are going to be In most need I think that's the best position to be of course. I'm so glad you brought that up. I think a lot about especially the food insecure kids in in this country. And we're talking to Lauren Bush Lauren of feed and also feeding America United Way. All about this stuff finally. What's it like being CEO at home with Teenage Kids House? Echoing while they're on spring break Obviously cancer plans to fifteen year olds. Boys the men. We have a nephew with us. Seventeen and a seventeen year old daughter. The good news is we put in a little structure for them. Hey I in the morning you gotta get some physical activity work out a little bit new something. We're trying to make them do all sorts of Tours It's a gift for me. I'm going to be honest. it's hard. I see this For people who don't have childcare. My kids are in teenage years Obviously with my role I travel a lot and I miss out. On many critical conversations are things that I would wish I could see for my kids out there. Growing what their thoughts are. It's in many ways for A blessing because I get to see them close up spent time with them and And that's terrific. Even when his bumpy one is funny and hilarious. You're so right I I feel the same. It's taxing but a blessing roasted marshmallows on candles in the backyard with my four year old yesterday. That was our afternoon so thank goodness for that time. Right right thank you Beth. We wish you guys locked in the farmers keep us posted. Well thanks poppy. If you enjoyed this episode of boss files make sure to keep tuning in over the next several weeks as we talk to more business leaders about how they're coping with the uncertainty and all of the challenges presented by the Corona virus pandemic and as always leave us a rating. Let us know what you think on your favorite podcast APP. You can always find me on social media at Poppy Harlow CNN and love to hear from you about who you want to hear from. We'll be back soon with another episode of boss files. Thanks so much for listening. No one likes to feel stock especially by a cloud but the IBM cloud is the most open. Insecure public cloud for business can manage all your apps and data anywhere smart loves problems IBM. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm Dot com slash flexible..
"lauren bush" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA
"Last night. Over a new to add INS and sell. Oh care may be a root of that. I would say that's number one they about and then having these oils that we discussed today on hand for when your brain does get a little bit foggy or when you do need a little more focus. Keep man wanted my Ticks that I always In talking about a classes and things are key your oil within arm's reach keep them in areas that again for instance my office at that time. Keep these the oil in Arabic. Isabella had to defend myself to go in. Say My kitchen to get this win. Every morning might not do it right. I might not want to take the time. So he Everything in arm's reach and you will find that these are so supportive to your brain health In in your focus. Thank you so much for allowing me to spend a little bit of time with you today and have this is left you with some ideas on tools that you can use used to support your brain hill and combat brain fog. Thanks for joining us. And congratulations on living a healthier lifestyle with essential oils if you liked what you heard today. Check back next Tuesday when Lauren Bush joins us to talk about using essential oils during pregnancy. Also if you want to try any of the products you learned about go to Tara Dot com or find a wellness advocate near you to place an today..
"lauren bush" Discussed on The Big 98
"Speak loser yeah me neither baddie gonna learn some day I got a morning good morning alright Chris lane and Lauren Bushnell are here in the green room I here's a look Chris lane for a may know the song coming next they just got engaged to hear that story will play like the newlywed game although they're not newlyweds it's been engaged we'll see how well they know right it's the game okay Chris lane Laura bush now coming in next year on the Bobby bones show a couple news the the morning conversation with Chris lane and Lauren bush now thank you to both here hi Sonny this for me how exciting is this for a I guess the last time I saw you too was add that we're we're works the war Sam's face when simply.
"lauren bush" Discussed on WTVN
"Pulling away from the casket. As this funeral service. Begins now at Washington National cathedral. You're listening to live coverage from ABC news. Lord be with you. Let us pray. Oh, God, whose mercies cannot be numbered. Accept our prayers on behalf of your servant, George and grand Tim and entrance into the land of light and joy in the fellowship of your saints through Jesus Christ. Our Lord who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit one God now and forever. Ahmed? The dean of Washington National cathedral. At the state funeral service for the late President, George Herbert Walker Bush and the first reading by his granddaughters. Lauren Bush Ashley Walker Bush. Reading from the prophet. Isaiah. Arise shine for your light has come and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you. For darkness shall cover the earth NS thick darkness the peoples but the Lord will arise upon you and his glory will appear over you. Nations shall come to your light and kings to the brightness of your dawn. Lift up your eyes and look around. All gathered together. They come to you. Your sons shall come from far away and your daughters shall.
"lauren bush" Discussed on WSB-AM
"You and the Holy Spirit one God now and forever. Ahmed? The dean of Washington National cathedral. At the state funeral service for the late President, George Herbert Walker Bush and the first reading by his granddaughters. Lauren Bush Ashley Walker Bush. Day. From the prophet. Isaiah. Arise shine for your light has come and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you. For darkness shall cover the earth NS thick darkness the peoples but the Lord will arise upon you and his glory will appear over you. Nations shall come to your light and kings to the brightness of your dawn. Lift up your eyes and look around. They all gathered together. They come to you. Your sons shall come from far away and your daughters shall be carried on their nurses arms. Then you shall C N B, radiant your heart shout drill. And rejoice because the abundance of the sea shall be brought to you and the wealth of the nation's shall come to you. Violence, shall.
"lauren bush" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Red white and blue with the flag and the wood on the floor there at the National Cathedral. Crosses. Oh. As the guard. Walks away. The Lord be with you. Let us pray. Oh, God, whose mercies cannot be numbered. Accept our prayers on behalf of your servant. George. Brand Tim and entrance into the land of light and joy in the fellowship of your saints through Jesus Christ. Our Lord who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit one God now and forever. Oh, man. This is the first reading Visayas sixty MS Lauren Bush, Lauren and miss Ashley Walker Bush. I reading from the prophet. Isaiah. Arise shine for your light has come and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you. For darkness shall cover the earth NS thick darkness the peoples but the Lord will arise upon you and his glory will appear over you. Nations shall come to your light and keys to the brightness of your dawn. Lift up your eyes and look around. They all gathered together. They come to you. Your sons shall come from far away and your daughters.
"lauren bush" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And reigns with you and the Holy Spirit one God now and forever. Man. The dean of Washington National cathedral. At the state funeral service for the late President, George Herbert Walker Bush and the first reading by his granddaughters. Lauren Bush Ashley Walker Bush. Everyday from the prophet. Isaiah. Arise shine for your light has come and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you. For darkness shall cover the earth and thick darkness the peoples, but the Lord will arise upon you and his glory will appear over you. Nations shall come to your light and kings to the brightness of your dawn. Lift up your eyes and look around. Hey, all gathered together. They come to you. Your sons Chuck come from far away and your daughters shall be carried on their nurses.
"lauren bush" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared
"I don't know. I don't know vastly would I I mean, I don't know that. Well, but I don't think I think if I were to put myself in Ashi shoes, she he may have thought that was would have been a respectful thing for you to do. 'cause it's like it's so like a soft lights, you decide that you're you're carrying and near you consider other people feeling on no. Back. I think I was just over thinking the situation of being honest and also the the complex the comparison here is that were if Ashley were to call this person your ex, and that's a little weird isn't. Oh, yeah. Yeah. She call. Wasn't you the call? It was actually the call. Well, no, she called somebody an ex of hers hurt a couple of days before and said, hey, this is happening. But in the Lawrence situations, it was the the new girlfriend called the old girlfriend. So it would be actually calling your accent? Maybe you calling actually I think it's a little different because I'm assuming the reason Bush will reach out the bars because they were friends because they were on the same season of the bachelor. Okay. So I'm assuming that they knew each other and she wanted to be respectful. Yeah. Now, do you think it would have been more appropriate for crystal? Are. I think it's fifty fifty. It depends on what their relationship. Girl code is this a celebrity now situation will mostly it's the celebrity thing. But I think it might be just becoming a modern day thing with Facebook right before you go social media official. Do you need to warn Xs before you do that? I don't. God. I don't know it. It really depends because there is a difference between because there's a difference between a public relationship and non-public relationship because someone like Lauren Bush known this guy, Chris lane like they're going to be in articles and some of their inside relationship stories will be brought to the public. Whereas if you're non-public relationship, it's really just going to be about whatever you put on your social media. So for the other ex partner boyfriend and girlfriend, they can just un-filed. Oh, I think it's very difficult for somebody who's in a public relationship for their to unknown. Just in headlines. I agree. But I also disagree is still easy malady to find out which birth in which front like you don't have to be following them. Someone else a friend mutual fund of your can be following your act or the person that they're dating within I dated a guy. And the craziest story I dated this guy. And then a friend came out to visit me Montreal. And then they go back home to their hometown. And to like, oh, my father you hung out with Vanessa this weekend. And yeah. And that person on falling boyfriend, and that person by what doesn't have a boyfriend guys, I casually dated posted pictures of me on his Instagram feed, but deleted all of my girlfriends, so that I couldn't find out. But it just happen that we had a mutual friend in common, and it came back to me. I think it's because like I was in the public eye because he is person was following a mutual friend of ours. So I think that universal always. Play in your favor. You don't have to searching for. We'll come out of the closet, or whatever they expected, and it'll like expose itself before you have to go searching for it. Maybe. But I also don't advocate that everybody should reach out to the X before they starts dating someone knew like that's just the way life goes on. Fortunately, I that. If you're going to start to someone that a friend of yours at baited, then it's the proper thing to do reached out and just start your relationship on a good note. And like karma is not gonna come and bite you in the ass later on let me ask you a different question. Should learn Bush. Nell have contacted Ben Higgins until told him. No my house, then Higgins, what did he have to do with them? But that's that's my point. So like for everybody that's nine a public relationship. But Lauren, barring Chris rain. No. Yeah..
"lauren bush" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared
"Anyway, so Vanessa we wanted to talk to you a little bit about the article that was released believe on us weekly about Lauren Bush now now have you ever met low impersonal I love her yet. They have okay, I've only met her a couple times, but she was very sweet. She was actually the first person I reached out to one make an I got engaged and. He was at the time and spoke on the phone, and she was very supportive and interested exactly what I was going through. And we kept in contact even after the break up and leaking other few times, so quick back story and Laura Bush. No for those of you don't know Lauren was on Ben Higgins sees into the bachelor. She ended up winning Ben Higgins and her were engaged for a little while before they called the engagement off. And Ben was the bachelor prior to Nick who's Vanessa was on that season in Vanessa ended up getting to Knicks Vanessa you're saying you reached out to Lorne Bushnell just for some advice to kind of figure out. What was coming? I'm assuming exactly okay. Did. She have any good advice for. Yeah. You know, somebody to cancel out all the noise outside noise. I she told me that you can't. Now, very supportive, and we actually you went on a double date, and that was the percent of that, Ben. I love Ben. Yeah. But there was an article released about Lauren Bush. No, she is dating Chris lane. Who is a country singer. I believe that's correct. Yeah. He's definitely country singer. I was just asking a group to see if you. But apparently, not so learned Bushnell. Actually, he is. He's a good looking man. I'm currently looking at a picture of him right now. Very good looking man. And apparently Chris lane was dating Lauren bar before. He started dating Lauren Bush now novenas, do you know who Lorne bars throwing bar with on Ben Eason of the bachelor? Yes, I'm not sure how far he made it on his. I'm not sure about how far she made it. I believe she may have been on paradise to. I don't remember exactly. But she was she was one of the many Lawrence on Ben season. She was known as LB. Yeah. And so apparently learned Bushnell before they went public with their relationship. She reached out to Lauren bar who talked about their relationship for a little while. So this guy Chris lane is dated a couple couple of bachelorettes, which is very interesting. So. So. I was in Nashville when it was right after we've been airing a sorry, filming Archies than other Nashville, and I saw him and Claire I remember last name Crawley Claire Crawley on. So you're telling me that he's dated Lauren to Lawrence from Ben seasons. Claire, and then you say one more. Wow. This guy should just be on the bachelor God. I just want to that. But. I know. I've never met Claire Claire sweetheart as well, Lauren. Yeah. I've met learned a couple of times cheaper sweetheart. I think it was very nice of her to reach out to L b before they came out. So apparently also weekly it goes on to say Christmas dating LB Lauren bar right before he was dating learned Bushnell Lauren. Bush nail called LB. God there's so many Lawrence. I'm ready so confused. So let's get this. Right. Lauren. Bush now called L b also known as Lauren bar a couple of days ago to tell her that they were together. So Lauren Bush, no called LB to say. Hey, listen. I'm currently dating Chris. I know you guys used to date. We're going to go public with our relationship just wanted to give you a heads up. Do you think Lauren needed to do that Bush? No. Yeah. I think that's a noble thing to do. I. I mean, all depending on how they were. It was honestly they were close enough for her to reach out to her..
"lauren bush" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"But from a brand perspective to have a place where people can go, and touch and experienced the brand into host conversations like this one, and volunteer outings and more for for people to experience the brand new. It was important to have that brick and mortar place in Brooklyn that we've now opened, but he very much was like wait do it. When you have x y and z and place, and I was like, no, we're ready now. And I just you know, was very nervous. But we did it. And it's it's great. I mean, so far so good. It's working. It's doing everything we want. From an engagement perspective brand perspective in from sales. And he now has come back. Then like, oh now that I see it. It's great like, I do think sometimes you have to, you know, show it, and then people believe it in in this case that that's been the case you were talking before about the moment that you started feed in have you seen this social entrepreneur become more of a thing. Or do you think it kind of had that moment at time? And there hasn't been as much innovation. I think it's a movement that continues to grow. I think it has evolved from what it was ten years ago eleven years ago when I started feed, but I'm very it's been a very hopeful part of my journey to see that. We're not alone that this is something kids are studying in Stanford business school in all business schools that most all brands or companies that are really resonating nowadays have like an added altruistic mission or angle or supply chain, whatever it may be. So I. I think it's a movement that is only growing and will continue to be something that customers really look for from businesses. I mean, I think again when I started doing good for the world was sort of left to the UN or left to nonprofits or the government and nowadays kind of the onus is on business to do that good. And I think that's a really cool thing that customers are demanding now, and I think businesses are rising to that challenge or occasion or kind of becoming not as relevant. Lauren will thank you for for doing good in the world and inconvenient. Deigned for having me. Thanks for hanging out with us. Join us next week for another episode of.
"lauren bush" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Who is your go-to person for advice? I mean, first and foremost, I'd say my husband, David. But secondarily, I mean, I have an amazing team of all really dedicated people that are really at feed, you know, not only to a great job in what they do. But also because of our mission. And so I think my job is as a leader to and sort of keeper of the brand is keep everyone grounded in that. So secondary my team and then third I would say, yeah. This kind of board of advisers that I have who I can always have an open line to when I need advice and kind of that outside perspective most important, too is you know, like we had breakfast way back when I get such inspiration in practical solutions and ideas from fellow entrepreneurs, especially women, I would say who like me, you know, jumped into something and started it and figured it out. And I just think it's obviously so cool. You guys Bill. I thank you. Remember at that breakfast to one of your sons had an ear infection. How have be at like you start a business that you started right out of college you've gotten married and have two young kids. How do you make it work who've? It's hard. It's I would say that's been a struggle in a surprising struggle as someone who prior to having kids and still at times, I go to bed on Email. I wake up on Email. You know, you're all in and then to have your world kind of flipped upside down and your priorities change so quickly and having a baby or babies plural now, but on the other hand in some ways, it's made me more focus, immortal termined because a the connection to our mission is all the greater we've always been focused on feeding kids in now as a mom, you realize like how much importance in focus and love goes into that as a mother, and I took my first giving trip last year with my team to Mozambique and to see kids mothers with their kids and not able to provide it just like brought home the mission all the more. So on one end, I feel even more determined. But I would say it's. Daily kind of struggle in. It's in the sense that you know, you want to be a present mother. But you also I wanna be a president mother to my first baby which is feed. So figuring out kind of how I'm best utilized and what I should be doing on a day-to-day basis for my company in for my children and trying to do the best. I can and being very present. When I'm at home in them being very present. When I go to work were you able to take time off after having your soldier. So I took I'm actually like a few weeks in back in from having my son max who's just turned five months yesterday. Can I know? So would James my oldest. I took maybe like a month and a half which was not enough. And I went back in my head was not in a good place to be back. But I it was a moment when I needed to really jump back in so with Mexican learn that lesson and actually took about four months, which was amazing animals during the. Which was made happy. But honestly during that time, I was never not on Email like my Team New to kind of only send me what really needed my eyeballs on it. So I wasn't constantly needing to get back to people within a day or an hour as it is now. So I I was off for sure for like, let's say two months, and then more and more back on kind of E mail on what's really important. So it made the transition back to work easier because it wasn't sort of cold Turkey, gone cold Turkey back. But yeah, I think it's it brings I mean, I have a new respect for working moms that I certainly didn't before having a kid and as much as friends and your family can kinda say, oh, this is going to be hard. It's hard. But I think again, I am so grateful to wake up every day and feel very inspired to be building something I believe in. And that really helped propel me back to work. So holidays are coming up. And I think it's a time of generous spirit, but I always get haunted by the fact when I year, I got out of college..
"lauren bush" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Com for five hundred units. It would feed five hundred kids for a year. I was like we're ago, please World Food Program sign this purchase order to fulfill this order and at eighteen thousand they couldn't do it. So that was the moment when I started feed literally to fulfill this first order in again with a lot of hustle and in luck. I guess they kept reordering and by the end of like the first year and a half we sold twelve thousand so twelve thousand children were fed for year via this for this one relationship with Amazon, so I didn't start with a business plan. I didn't set out necessarily to to make feed. What is today I had the hope and the vision, even as a consumer this was something. I knew I wanted and was looking for an incumbent find necessarily in companies like Thomson, the red campaign there were it was a moment in time. When a lot of these things were happening, but candidly, I never heard of the term social entrepreneurship or conscious capitalism consumers, which is, you know, buzzwords of of the day, thankfully, so and I'm really proud that feed. Was there in the beginning before these things were were sort of a standard of of doing business, but very candidly? I did not start necessarily with a big grand plan in a business plan. I mean, the turning point of when obviously twelve thousand masters amazing, but you could have been like, you know, what an incredible thing. I did as a really young kid. What made you go from that to like this is now like a business and like I'm going to turn into something bigger? Like was there a moment that you were like, I can't stop here. I think in probably as you guys have experienced once you feel that momentum. You just start dreaming, bigger and bigger and. Even if just that fulfilling that first order was like the initial goal for me very quickly. I saw that people were wanting it there is not tight press came, you know, or writing about it. And I mean, I will never forget the first time I saw stranger walking down the street with a feed bag and e c it out in the I was on the upper east side like midtown random like office e corporate area and this. Yeah. Total stranger walking on the street of the feedback in just that first time of seeing your idea come to fruition. And I mean online sales are amazing. But sometimes you don't get that personal connection. So I had a mini freak out. I didn't talk to her say anything, but instill today, if I see people on the subway or walking down the street, it just it makes my day still so that never goes away. But I knew we were onto something. And I knew I didn't want to stop there. And actually for about a week. I did get a quote unquote, real job. I bought a blazer..
"lauren bush" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Steering wheel. It's kind of like a spa on the road for your hands. Like that. And also has cool technology like a built in wifi hotspot to keep you connected on the go and an eight inch color touchscreen infotainment system with apple carplay, apple carplay. It's my favorite. It makes listening to skin from the couch easier. Okay. I'm all about the Buick Encore. But right now, let's get back to the show. A lot of our audience not been able to talk to a lot of them about career advice. And you know, what to do when you have a semblance of an idea and went to pursue it in how and a question we get asked all the time. I have you know, for especially from college students, just graduated. I have an idea. Do you recommend I go now or do you recommend? I get professional experience. What what do you tell people when they ask you that? I generally say jump in and do it. I think I in some ways ignorance is bliss in. If we knew what we know today, we may have been much more hesitant or nervous to sort of jump in and do it. But then, you know, the skin wouldn't be here and feed won't be here. In a also, I think not knowing all the rules. You kind of go forth, very confidently and break them and create your own model as you all have done and as I've done with feed. So I think there's a power to having that sort of optimism. I do think it is that constant balance of confidence in your vision and optimism if you will see it through with the practicality of of leaning on people and experts in different realms to get advice of how to bring that to fruition. And and obviously listening to to the marketplace. And what you're hearing and seeing and feeling of what's relevant in needed in that moment, not to say blindly just jump in and do it. But I do think it does take some of the. That not ignorance, but sort of. Yeah. Naievety to get things going. Do you guys agree? Yeah. The way that I think about it as if you knew how hard it was going to be no one that's a rational person would do it. So it's much better to not know and to jump in. I think it's also why look like serial entrepreneurs. I'm like, how do you do it again? Great. Yeah. But starting a business is about hustle and scrappy nece at least not having. It's not like any of us had the the business background going into. How did you make those first sales of the bags like how did you start at? How did you have to hustle? Yeah. So funny Li enough when I initially thought how that moment each bag had a one on it. It's still one of our bestsellers feeds one child in school for one year. And the thought was, you know, why wouldn't you want to buy this cute cool bag it gives back, but I didn't know how to kind of get it from that stage to a real idea. And it was about just hustling and making it happen. I initially actually intended the bag in the idea as a fund raising awareness raising tool for the UN World Food Program. So initially, I didn't even envision it as a separate company in at eighteenth. Our I had a PO in hand for Amazon dot.
"lauren bush" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Was kind of every vacation I got even got funding for my university to go and travel and really dig in and sort of see their programs firsthand around the world. And obviously from that experience was so moved and in new whatever I did post grad that it had to be something, you know, giving back to this cause in in these communities and families and children specifically that I had met in. That's where the beginnings of feed. Did you feel? Feel like there were high expectations to find your own way to give back or contribute. Knowing your family. It's funny. Yeah. It's hard to sort of separate out your skit therapy session, your past in that sense. I do think obviously being from a family where is about public service was huge influence is a huge influence, and yeah, kind of wasn't expectation growing up that I you kind of contribute to the world in some way. And I I knew my contribution probably won't be in politics. But maybe would take a different path. Even my mom growing up. How to charity that helped homeless abused children? So I sort of, you know, whether it was her charity and her work more locally, or whether it was my family, obviously on a national global stage for me that was kind of the norm. And in what I aspire to do. But I definitely didn't know how that would manifest, you know, in in starting to travel and work as a student with a World Food Program is just such perfect timing because it was that moment when you're kind of on your own. And and thinking through, you know, where you want your life to go, and what career path you're gonna take even right out of college in funny enough at the time, I really love fashion and design still so I was either spending summers sort of in Africa with the World Food Programme visiting and helping out on the ground or at central Saint Martins, I did a design internship here. Zac Posen so really digging in on the fashioned front as well in learning in New York City, and I kind of had this moment of oh, my God, am I gonna choose path. Aired path b and they seem very different to me in. That's when I thought of the year for the feed bag, and it was like, wow, I can kind of combine both this, you know, wanting to help the world and humanitarian aid work with this. You know, passionate had around design and entrepreneurship. Did you have a one moment of you're like, oh my God. This is how I'm going to combine it or was it a more gradual thing, it's definitely gradual. But it did I did sort of have that moment, which people talk about. I was actually studying abroad in Australia, my junior year in in Australia, much, more prevalent to kind of use a reasonable bags than in the US still. And it really struck me that this is something that a everyone should be doing and catching up to you. And again at the time also travelling really seeing that so little go so far. So you could Bill the cost of five meals ten meals one hundred meals into the cost of a product in people would buy it, not only because they love the product. But because they want to give back in this very tangible and measurable and meaningful way. So it was kind of this moment is walking near the beach in Bonn die. That has like, oh, you know, aibags reasonable bags eco-friendly on top of giving back in this really tangible way. Do you consider yourself a fashion person a social good entrepreneur business because there there've been so many different ways the idea? For feed has come together. You know depends on the minute of the day. I think those are all sides of me. I don't think feed would exist without all of those components. So some days I get put on the social entrepreneur hat more. So or some days, it is more about the design in the fashion element of feed and others..
"lauren bush" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"I really do think that like women are allowed to be more vulnerable in San now that I agree and and there it's easier to see someone who is not just like this perfect little thing. You know, you don't have to be this tiny little blonde woman to like succeed anymore, and she be little blonde woman, but she's not like like a couple years ago, tiny blonde woman. The only thing that's allowed to be seen on when I when the kind of tiny little blonde woman thinking of a sort of the stepford version of a celebrity, and if you aren't like that, then you have to let into Stanton. Yes. And. And yeah. And if you were like that actually girls? Yeah, exactly. And that's the bachelor so far behind just as another point is that they're still employ that type of person you have in though, that's like, so not even. I always say she was behind the time. They're an example time. What are you doing right there, in example, that I think that like back in the day, you had to be like that kind of woman or if you weren't, you had to like, get yourself as close as possible by completely not eating anything or dying your hair or coming out with art, AK, like music or whatever that like creates this persona that you are like that even if you're not that that was like the only way to be accepted now, I think that it's much easier to be accepted and to be famous and to be like it really, I think matters more like in the movie what you have to say and what your voice actually saying. And that is the movie that that he loved the way she like raise those twelve known cry. And they'll go and that she had to speak in her authentic voice and that that's what everyone really wanted to here. Yeah. And I think that it's a really big lesson for everyone, whether your lady Gaga or the girl in the movie or your us at batches, or you're just like some girl trying to do it succeed in whatever you're you're trying to do, it's that being true and authentic to your voice and what you have to say it. We're not used to growing up in a world where that's acceptable and encourage. But I think now is the time that things are sort of like turning to that. It really that is the way to succeed now and you and people will, nor like your looks come second. Whereas before they always came first. Right, exactly. It's now it's about like what you have to say, are you different are unique and it's not about like, oh, how different can I be? It's like, right, it's not a competition. Hurson. It's personal, and I think that people really do succeed when they're as close to their authentic selves as possible because that's that attracts people more. More than like, can I look like Lauren Bush now? Right? Who is very beautiful but like same time it's she's bright. She's naturally very beautiful. I found that the more like like talented lady Gaga like the more she expressed herself, whether it was singing or like one really good acting moment, something like that. I found her to be more beautiful. Exactly that, but that's. But it's something that was so interesting because the screen is huge and you're close and personal to her, and it was really kind of funny that you just like, like, I love you so much. You're just amazing, and but then they also talked about how isn't it, isn't it? So they in the the two characters, they're like so weird that the people just come up to your in your face. Just think that they know you at the end of the movie. I was like, I know you know what I mean? It was sort of and then I had to step back and be like, of course. Well, that's, that's what like Instagram does. Yeah, it makes you think that you know people that you don't know. It makes you think people's babies that you don't know trail, not gonna name any names aren't gonna call out any babies, but you know who you. Or maybe you don't put your mom doesn't. That's the problem, right? But right. I, I think that what you just said that the closer the more chewed themselves, that people are the more beautiful you find them. I think that that is a lesson that we can all take is that like just it's not really about your external beauty because like you.
"lauren bush" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"In that flight when you're sitting in coach, and then when you're sitting business, it's like it's literally not even a competition. Yeah, that's crazy. I would have stayed on that flight for twenty four hours. If I was given the option or sitting at twelve hours coach, do you know what I mean? That's fair. Also, like with a really long flight, you have to get up and move around because like blood circulation. Yeah. And like I don't even know what what I could possibly do for nineteen hours on the plane. You'd have to start a new show. Now you'd have to take a drug, you have to sleep. Also. It's like when I'm here at home, I can sleep for nineteen hours. I can stay literally in one chair in my house on one spot on the couch for nineteen hours, and it doesn't feel like anything but like litter three hour flight. I'm like, when is this over? Yeah, I wanna take a flight with one of those little pods. You know? Yeah. Also seems like Cathay gives out a lot of free flights like I'm always seeing people like thirsting for them. Yeah, or maybe people are just pretending flights Tattenham, but I just it's very Instagram, friendly brand. And so those airlines. Yeah, j. the in formerly virgin and formerly, Lauren Bush no and form. And she wears the best currently, which young and Lacey shy. Oh yeah, they so they work there? Yes, it is the best airline, but also because they merged with verge, they bought virgin virgin was the best airline was song for it was. And if you wanna go to allay the first class on delta is literally two grand, and I showed up to my virgin flights sewing over. And I was in a con me and I was like, whatever the cost is. I have to do it like it's for my health and I was like, I was prepared to like spend money and it was four hundred dollars to upgrade. I know, and it wasn't like a full lay flat, but your your neck went back and your legs went up and you've got got a piece of chicken. It was very premium, lovely. And they play that song that you love before they take off toddrick what sets toddrick the video? It's him. Paints that probably it's the most brilliant thing. Now everyone has a fake sad version of it. The everyone have thawed Trix yet or like delta for a while. This dumping where everyone like in the seat was like an animal. It was so stupid. My God, that's hard. It never ceases to amaze me. Hell loser in airline can be. They have to remain family friendly. So they always like tapping into like loser like things, and it's like they're things that are family friendly that aren't loser. Every single Pixar movie is family friendly and not Leary. Note if you watch it back adult, there is like a subliminal sexual competition. They should hire some of the pigs writers done to help them become a little more family, friendly sober. Like I just I need to know, stop spending money on that. Like I don't care. I would much rather you spend money on like working to make the legroom a little bit more humane and some of the conditions in the back a little bit more humane and like wire money on your stupid fucking production. Why am I feel so cold. You know, one time I sat on a Red Eye from LA to New York like overnight and next to exit door of the window and Ma and I was wearing shoes and my feet were soaking wet in the exit row. The feet get the worst, but it's it's all around this that I'm not called, but my feet are. You know, I'll be sweating up here, but down there, it's a tundra. I don't know what it is odd. No, to figure out the Arab dynamics classic on mush should certain airline like something a little lake Tressler early, like struggling with Mars. Let's be real. I don't think it's going to happen for him. Right, but maybe take us to Singapore. Yeah, or like make there needs to be an airline wherever first class I firmly believe JetBlue tried to do there was no first class..
"lauren bush" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"You're right the smile is a little bit different it does not seem like a full match oh i went from being like duds ham to being like i don't know it's a very the smile is different i don't i don't know who's this other man if you all right i think you're taking this too lightly suri may be infatuated with you but he also might be some kind of nut i'll i tell you the boys rose what do you think a sex crazed psycho with a granny complex will we move onto the first big actual story of the week let's just do two quick baby related who stories one of them lauren bush lauren not lauren bush lauren lauren bush lauren gave birth to someone american royalty his name is max and this occurred just two days after barbara bush died so barbara bush has been reincarnated in the son of lauren bush lauren whose name is not max bush max but that'd be funny it's his name i was the exact same thing lindsey joke alarm bush more not max bush max has name is max lauren look mix lawrence such a terrible name other story which is actually a little more interesting some how is that robin thicke girlfriend who gave birth to a kid named i don't know posted a photo were who goes at robin or she didn't she did her name is april love gerry she a model probably robin thicke has type so models so she posted this photo of her in full glam but also naked but also breastfeeding her newborn baby who gives a shit like.