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"louise roe" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"It's brilliant to enhance that. Don't hide it you know. And if it's two three four hundred years old that's gorgeous next you'll modern couch will call us on the war and have fun with it. I think people get very afraid when the decorating but you can paint over colors even dot colors. you know. it's kind of back to what we said at the beginning. Nothing's stone well. That's my only rule when it comes to stone. You have to be careful so unless you're uncovering tile because i remember years ago when we first started looking down in this area and we didn't think we ended up living in l. a. Still for a while longer. But we're looking homes and we went into a few homes even in la where the marble in some of the bathrooms and the the stone were like crazy colors like purple and they always do those things in neutrals. You can change wallpaper. Pain cushions furniture. But if you're going to spend money on that kind of stuff. I always say go is something classic. You are completely right. And my taste is fairly classic. Do think okay. I would like to love this. In ten years twenty years and it up the cushions. The what th those are the punches of color but you'll bones and you're really expensive staff and your dining room table and things like that. Yeah i'm you'll ride. You don't want to be switching that out all the time. Okay so but the things that you're gonna sell. You're going to start with small things more like accessories rose that kind of thing and then move into furniture exactly on small furniture. Just starting small seeing how it goes. My i guess priority is that it's very handcrafted and i'm making a lot in the uk. So i i. It's funny because in the other areas of work it's it's often working with a big beauty brown and it's like let's sell as much as possible and really go for this campaign and it's the opposite hair actually like okay. We'll start with a really small order and see what does well and just test put a toe into the water and Not not making things in huge factories. Put it that way. Isn't that nice because it's like it's almost like i think one of the things that the pandemic has done for us is brought things back almost to like a simpler time and want things that are more handcrafted. Want things that aren't so manufactured and feel like things are not just normal again but simple in a good way we yes and actually doing reading into it. People really suddenly looking at their homes differently. Not just the aesthetics but the functionality you know you might have one room in the apartment which is basically a school and office a restaurant and so home is is important but like you said i think people do suddenly camel a about how something's made but also is it local. I think people are a bit more like oh. I'd like to support the small local businesses in my community. Like even we have a story. We literally in a village in the shop hair. It just kind of was like a newsagents i think. What do you call about that. you know. Just just newspapers and magazines and you can and he kind of made himself into a he got michael the fruit and veg and made a little stool out front and everyone's flocking to support him. And i think you know it's interesting because of course allison is doing incredibly well out of this but they're also making a big deal out of all the small businesses that they're trying to on board and support so i think it's a good thing that we're suck nate much more aware about small businesses and also it's interesting to see i mean assad but these enormous companies not all declaring bankruptcy will be replaced by. I think very innovative it innovative at first small businesses. It's going to be interesting. What we call the highstreet. Hey you know when you walk down the main drag and saudi right now. It's like god there wolf empty but give it however many year or two that will be some fascinating new companies. That's so interesting. I didn't think of it that way. Because i used to be very depressed. That the art of the boutique was dead. Because that's how i grew up with boutiques and You know. I've talked about this before. But you know. Henry bengals on lebron deal in new york used to be the most exclusive store. It was in this brownstone and it was just like everything was from europe. Everything was one of a kind. It was just beautiful. Used to always have all these little boutiques everywhere even in westchester where i grew up in new york everywhere and then they just couldn't maintain themselves and it just became about the big bucks stores department stores in all of this but i wonder because now we're seeing a lot of department stores not being able to maintain themselves which is incredibly sad. Did you see they're they're selling sacks in beverly hills do i drove by it. It's boarded up and it's got a for sale thing on it. Only goal weirdly still open. But they're selling the building. I don't know what's going on there. But it's so sad but i do wonder now that you've said that i wonder if that will cause more small boutiques to open up well visit johnson and i think it's disruption and it's moving things foster than it would have it's a catalyst and i think satiny in the food space. I'm very interested. Because in the time i lived in. La my gosh that city. The food went from zero to one hundred. It's just fantastic. How many small one of restaurants and cafes and brunch spots a lot of australians ashley. Run a lot of them but it just boomed and it was so innovative so that could be interesting to see if it's those small brands that you know. Take over food chains. Lot there no. I'm totally unqualified sale. This but you but you know you. And i clearly like to eat and shop so we need to go somewhere and now i'm very upset. You're now why. Because i feel like we need to go eat job together on your love. The undo the other day my friend did this pop up. Just the daily dress edit and it's fantastic. She basically fines small brands. You've never heard of and she's got a look say. The dresses are all kind of vibe. And she did a pop-up with all these dresses and it was when we won and look down so you could actually go. And i was changing the change. Your trying on different dresses and i had these two women in the next door stolen. They were american actually and they were and fat. Looks great the red. Oh my gosh. I it looks gorgeous and i almost burst into tears because i was like. I've missed this. This is what we haven't had and to your point about boutiques and actually physically going into shops. It's it's part of the fun of being a woman. I mean you guys can do it too but it some. I hadn't realized how much i love that and we need that kind of camaraderie. And i didn't even know these women because you know i agree. It's like when you used to go into a store and you put on. Something sells person would say. Oh you look so great in that and you'd feel like a million bucks just like we were talking about putting on her makeup before but hopefully soon we will absolutely adored talking to you. I think you're amazing. I'm so excited for your new homewares line. I will be first in line. I hope it matches my decor idaho. Because if it doesn't buy it for here. I will apple absolutely support. Can you tell my listeners. How to find you on social media were to get the blog your books anything you want to promote. Thank you for having me. You are an absolute legend. Yes it's very easy. Everything is louise roa. Roi you're looking on facebook pinterest or instagram. And my aunt. Louise sorry at louise row. Home is my home handle very exciting. All right we'll stay in touch and let me know when you're in town. I will thank you so much. Have a lovely to see..
Fresh update on "louise roe" discussed on Paul Murnane
"Either that or your fat fingers. Hey, Brad Heller's hear any news on Tiger brand. I'll tell you what, Paul, no news of them What we saw early this morning on his Twitter account that Tiger's responsive and recovering from the major leg surgery after yesterday's horrific car accident, But there is an incredible picture from ST Andrews in Scotland, known as the Home of Golf. It's a tribute to Tiger in the sand, his T w logo. With the words, thoughts and prayers below it a huge a huge design in the sand. The photos on my Twitter feed. You should check it out at bread. Heller 14. Tiger had multiple broken bones, muscle and soft tissue trauma. He had a rod placed in the leg pins and screws in his ankle and his foot Here's former NBA star Dwayne Wade. Last night on TNT. He played golf. With Tiger on Monday on California. My prayers go out to him on day, hopefully, hopefully a speedy recovery for him, and I hope you get a chance to get back to doing what he loves to do, and that's playing the game of golf. And I'm just thankful that he took the time to be able to teach me a few things about the game yesterday and that statement on Twitter early this morning Tigers team Thank the doctors and staff and harbor U. C L, A medical center, also the L. A County Sheriff's Department and the Fire Department. Quote your support and assistance has been outstanding. Well, Jets fans were keeping a list. You can cross the Steelers office, a possible destination for Sam Donaldson. The Steelers announced this morning that Ben robbed this burger will be back next season as long as they can restructure his contract. His current deal will cost Pittsburgh 41 million against the salary cap for 2021 Mets camp. There was a Dom Smith sighting. He wasn't there the last couple days, even though full squad workouts Are underway. Manager Louise Roe hostage said that Dom's absence was not injury related on the schedule. Tonight, the Rangers will take on the Flyers in Philadelphia. The blue shirts look for a third straight win. College basketball. Seton Hall will visit Butler and Rutgers gets Indiana at the rack bread Heller WCBS 80. Thank you, Brad. Three things Next. 12 14 WCBS news time. No one wants to cut corners on a good.
"louise roe" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"But i needed my dose of of real older history. You know europe does have an older history to it and and the sort of architecture and art galleries all the things. We thought we do this whole year. Here that we will we will you. Will i took the kids to europe last year. For christner's i'm so my husband did not want to take them like that wants to young. That one's do bitchy that we're going and i'm so glad we went. Obviously because then you know everything. We went to london and paris amazing christmas. Yeah we went we left. Do we leave. I think we left christmas day and we were there through new years and was great and it was. It was like just really special and it wasn't all perfect or anything but the memories are good. Yeah they'll the markets outdoor food they serve and the lights and yes so different. I mean when kizzee. You're up for the first time they. It's just it's so magical. Especially i mean i. I'll never forget. The first time. I saw venice. The tell me went to venice italy. I mean i think it was the first place i ever went to in my life that it looked exactly the way it was like. You would imagine it looking no starbucks on the corner and i mean it was like out of the book yes that was incredibly nationally. Heart feel is to believe what they're seeing because it it really doesn't eve never seen anything like it in a similar sneak it in but i do another thing i love you get so used to california where you when you order anything in a restaurant you do it your way out not the source change that and then if you do that in europe they look you ignore you and they want to the kitchen and it's like you are brought something from the menu. My husband always says to me goes heather. You don't think it's a menu. You think it's a list of ingredients really. I love that. It's true though you get ankle so used to it because you know i lived there for so long and then you yes. Sorry no this is. This is the meal and story right so so he on it. It will not be on the side and you're eating it the way it comes on. Can you tell us what the company's while it is To do with homewares and an actually launched for fun not for work all a home handle louise roe home because we renovated this georgian farmhouse that i fell in love with and i started documenting it and putting up my inspiration and and it turns out. Those people enjoyed it as much as i did and behind the scenes because we really not house about and we kind of the first thing we did the night we got the keys was rip up the carpets and lo and behold. There's two hundred year old wooden floors underneath. And we we found we actually near the entrance. We found underneath concrete victorian tiled floors. The this stuff blows my mind. And i absolutely love it so we kind restored the house back to its roots. And it's just given me so much joy the i am planning to launch my own very handmade. It's not sort of a big thing at all. But quite a niche homewares. That i haven't actually talked about at all yet but i'm so excited and cited so give me the flare. I'm building so. I assume i do home. Chiro and now. I'm gonna go take a dive on your home or you can go take a dive online too. If you want to see it on youtube you can walk through the whole house. But i'm building a new house in idaho and it's such a departure from anything i've ever done but i want to hear like what. So what's the style of the. Are you going very old world. Europe are what are you doing. It is very traditionally associated english. And but then there's still sort of bright colors within the house so one run the women right now. We transformed into a library and the wool. Color is a very dark. I want to say sludge which may sound disgusting and actually when my painter i saw the pain he was really didn't like are awful. The whole love it. And i was like okay. Thanks for having faith in me But we'd go original fireplaces and like i said the the wooden floors and our so it's very traditional and cozy but there's a morton edge to it still feels like a youthful home and i i also really think you've got to go with the bones of the house so if it's a modern house in la you know you've got to kind of roll with that and see what works. And i'm sure in idaho. I didn't if it's in mountains or you know. But i love that kind of cabin by and ralph lauren a five. I like that too. But i'm actually doing. I'm doing modern mountain. It's pretty modern and pretty cool. I'm really. It's a lot of glass and steel and a bit industrial. It's all very different than anything i've done before. But you know what i was gonna say. You know what. I've always loved about europe. Because i agree with you in. La new york. There's certain you have to sort of go like you're saying with the bones of the house but what have always loved about europe. My parents lived in amsterdam for fourteen years and they lived in a canal house on the herron. Gawk there and it's just so beautiful but have always loved about europe is how it can be so old world on the outside and really cool and modern on the inside. I love the dichotomy that i think it's amazing absolutely. I think when you do have old features like corner saying on the ceiling or an old fireplace..
"louise roe" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Bros. world tell me about success. What what makes you feel successful. I think that's such a great question. I see as totally personal to each person. It could be the smallest thing to someone and it should be in a way. Because i think the mistake with success is that you have a goal. I'm going to write a book. Then you book gets published a great. What next okay. Bigger bigger bigger is always you know. It's sort of like the same with wealth great. I've got so much money. I bought a call but my neighbors caused better and newer and then the next nab is going to have a boat. You know what i mean. It can be very never ending. And i think stephanie's my dad told me because he was an entrepreneur and he kind of came from nothing and built up various companies but he also tempered it so well with an awareness of what was important in life and fun in life and i think he decided i love travel. I love golf skiing. These are the state my family. I want to never. Well he's saying is don't ever. Whoever wants written on their gravestone. I wish i spent more time at the office. Sorry nobody ever won't notice the app and so with that. I think it's you you could be so drive so much. What into your work that. Yes you become financially successful. Yes you'll see bought. Has juno your kids as well as you could or did you go on as many family holidays and so to me. I think the older you get the more. You really always reconsider those priorities. And since i became a mom. I feel like being a parent is is it or giving birth is a huge success. I feel so proud of that. And i still definitely have ambition and that she since lockdown it kind of spurred me into a go quite inspired and i am working on launching a small company. That's completely different to anything. I've done but my old self hurry up. Get it launched. Come on get out there. And i now feel like no it. It's coming it. You know we got a little else going on and it will be ready. I'm not going to rush it. So i felt i'm babbling but the point is it's time Success is completely personal and the other lesson. I've learned. I once saw this thing on on facebook thing and someone had drawn straight arrow in the air and they said this is what people think the road success. Just a straight old jenny. And ashley and then there was this other completely wigley error. That went back on itself and loop back and then cut off. Most of the wealthiest people in the world have gone. Bankrupt have have come up against massive issues or call cases or the. There's huge fadia to be had on your route success. Nobody misses out on those failures. And you learn from them. And i think he called grow unless you have those bumps in the road. That's what that's what success is all about. How you you get through those tough moments because the easy sailing is easy. I agree was curious. Because i have a friend that will sometimes say to me. You're doing this. You're doing this. You're doing this you're doing this. She'll list what i'm doing. She goes but yet you. You're not satisfied. And i'll say because that's not the thing that feeding my soul. Those are just things i do. But i my my desire. What's gonna feed me. Is this other thing. But and so maybe like career success or or that kind of success not really career but meaning like what feeds your soul in a selfish way for you as a human as a person for what what feeds your soul. I guess that thing i agree. It's very different for everyone. And what may look people with the trappings. Might not be what you're waiting for working towards. But what i've learned is that while all that's going on your figuring it out and you're on that not straight arrow on that squiggly legally line is that you have to be enjoying yourself because if you're in a hole and you're depressed in you're anxious and your you know not having successful relationships with family and friends and children and parents and whomever is in your life then. It really doesn't matter if you ever get to that place or not because u or even if you get to that place you missed it along the way neat me. I couldn't agree more. And i think we will have the the saying of dejoy the journey and sometimes that's harder than it is to say but it's funny when you look back times i dunno. Let's say early twenties mid twenties when you were a bit cafe and you do you know. I'm sure because i was like you. I'm very very focused. Almost two ambitious. Sometimes i think but actually looking back those with the ridiculous on moments and you were kind of going into work hungover and you didn't care and not know this but you know i am. You can sometimes look back and realize. Oh my god those were good times and it's important if you can to realize that it's actually happening and she what you said just kind of made me think something else at now. The reason we did move back was the feeds. My soul in this might sound so weird and a bit nutty. i'd love history and european culture. And i was really missing the you know. Say paris when you've got the cobbled streets and just beautiful. Old buildings in london has a lot of that. And i and my husband does think. I'm a bit mad. Because i kind of i. I love reading books in literature graduate and that feeds me and i'll always love a. An particularly the west coast..
"louise roe" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"What was that like any really special or crazy moments there. Yes a million did a bit for. Then i did access hollywood's recoup it for a long time. And i did a lot with mtv so it was. It was just is always nerve racking always get a bit nervous. But i feel like that's a good sign it's you it's such fun getting ready and i would always borrow a gown and jewelry. That was worth more than my life. But did you did. You have someone. I've always been curious about this. Because i've been red carpets. But i've never worked red carpet before. Is there someone in your ear or saying. That's so-and-so walking up next to you or do you actually know every single person who's walking up to you nine. Nine hundred time you need to know did very few where this person in your ear. And if you're is that tends to be someone in your ear which can be helpful or destructing. Sometimes you get a millisecond for your producer to turn around and say that stood at her and his wife's marjorie and you're like god is. I have done many an interview. Where i have no idea who i'm talking and you get very good you know. Bs thing if i can i was nearly going to swear but it it totally depends on. I think whether you live in an which network you're with but it it when you're at the really big ones the emmys and the oscars with 'cause i'm i'm five nine. Wear heels to walk the carpet and take a photo then wit them off and put flipflops on under knee. Much more comfortable but also act as a mainly not that tool. So i didn't wanna tower over them and tom. Ford once asked me to take my heels off really always thought to taping. I mean he was so charming about it. He looked and he went. I'm sorry i'm very vain man. But how tall is tom for. Well i did have gigantic hills thome ford not on cruise he. I mean maybe five eleven. But i think i was probably like six one. Ti yeah of course see. My husband likes to wear those shoes that make him a lot taller and so i always say he's five eleven on a good day with his clogs on for surgery but when we're on a red carpet he's like six one looks give good raise their do but they make all kinds of shoes. There was okay. So i can't tell you who it is but a friend of ours but david. Hi all. who's companies david august. He dresses every major male movie star on the planet. He does a big collab- with with conor mcgregor fighter and everything. Anyway he makes all the custom suits and clothes and he. He told us during years ago about a very famous gentlemen actor and he was flying into england to go do this shoot with him and david said okay. I'm bringing everything on on fly with everything. Whatever and this actor said. Don't worry about the shoes. I got him covered and david's like what do you mean you got them. Covered at shows up and actor who was not very tall came in with these shoes and they had basically if you think about a women's wedge inside the shoe is like a wedge built in from the outside. The shoe looks normal but they're standing on a wedge so you can be two inches three inches four inches taller. He'll me tell you the secret. he'll kill me. My husband will for wedding. I made my husband.
"louise roe" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"A fan for a while. She's a tv host a lifestyle blogger and an all around fabulous lady. Please welcome louise roe. Hello all the countryside. In england aids kerr raise. I can't believe what first of all okay. So you and i were just talking briefly before. We started about the undoing. So did you watch the undoing. Hedda absolutely obsessed and i don't think ever had any more. Dm's on instagram. Afout anything to be honest. It was mind blowing how much everyone go into. It and i was completely wrong. I went into a spoiler for anyone listening. He hasn't seen by the way. If you if i'm not we're going to talk about this and i've already spoilers out there ready getting the having if you haven't watched the ending turn your in bass mart god. I was completely wrong. Because i thought by the way how good hugh grant as evolve and is still so hot. He is actually. I think i don't know if you watch paddington. To which was is a brilliant movie where he's a kind of a body and you can l. He's flexing his acting muscles. He's like a normal room comes. Thank you and i just thought he was. Brilliant did seem on an interview. I think it was with ellen. And he city away from my totalism being new york But the cost is so good. I was just convinced that it was donald sutherland. Because i though he's shady and he's too big a stall to not have a bigger role. I know i did too. And then i thought it was nicole kidman but so in so my husband is a surgeon and in medicine they have this saying here. Hooves think horses love that. So it's kind of like if it sounds like a duck and it walks like a duck. it's duck. They showed us who it was the whole time. We just didn't want to believe it because it seemed to obvious. But i have to say even though it was and it wasn't and i thought it was the kid and i couldn't believe he was trying to blame it on the child and the whole thing was so crazy but didn't think it was so satisfying actually weirdly. I didn't because i i mean i did. I loved it. I thought it was fantastic. And it was very clever of them to double cross us. Because i think they realized as an audience book i but they realized that we're almost so used to this narrative of how the detective agatha christie who i love kristie. It's like never the obvious one. It's always the side one. He didn't suspect and so they would. It was quite a bit of irony in the that. Yes it was right in front of us the whole time but possibly wanted a crazy twist the crazy although so my daughter who's seventeen. She was telling me she was like mom. You don't understand. They do weird things this before. The and she's like. I'm pretty little liars. Person we've been waiting for years was not even on. The show was totally. Not okay. i was like okay. So i was looking for like the obscure person. I thought that the blondie lawyer coulda done it to be too because she just seemed to two nice or i thought she was having an affair with him. But but i think not you'll do is completely spot on though i think. The kind of millennials shows and younger skewing shows have the craziest west the script Must just be on. Don't know a few tequila then but we all are ten like gifts you i mean i just think you're amazing. I've loved sort of watching your journey through tv and fashion and your blog. And how real you are. It's just really been fabulous. But what really. I'm just wanted i'm dying to hear about is i really want to hear about what made you come to the states. Because that's such a big deal and my two. Oldest kids are juniors in high schools. Thinking about them kind of going up to college. Jimmy talk about doing a year abroad and what it means and those are big life moments to do and then you went back and one of my girlfriends just went back to australia. I mean kind of the same thing. So let's scroll back a little bit. What what made you want to come to america and to life i just to put it into context a year ago. My family and i moved back from eleven years in l. a. in westwood in the thick of it and funny enough uva years ago i was hosting a live show for the style network rested soul. And you wanna guests. An you're heaven it was me jeannie mai hosting and we had such a law so we have actually done something before. I don't i pre- tv. I worked in magazines. I i worked at vogue and alan. It was brilliant. It was kind of in the time where there was lots of money to spend on advertising in the parties. Were crazy the when no was no social media and in a way that made it even more glamorous because it was more exclusive and you went to fashion week. And i remember people i mean i sound like i'm one hundred years old but the people actually making sketches on the front row of fashion week rather than just videoing it and that was cool. That was kind of moment and then. Tv crossed my path. Really by accident. I wasn't looking for a career to host. But think i was also go on. Bbc news wants because my editor was too afraid. And i loved it bridget. Jones moment it the big you actually. I've never it like that. But i you know one thing. That's another and i. I went to to cover. The oscars for vogue. And i was enamored. I think i wasn't naive. I knew it was a big scary city that can spit. You out is false. It entices you in. But i what i did find. Was the motivation people had but also people help you. And i think this yes. There are some people that will let she's down on your back to get where they wanna go. That's that's true but there is people would be in a meeting. So i know i know a publishing company or produce. Let me put you in touch right this minute. And that kind of Very sweet the network people were helpful and it just lead to getting an agent and a visa. I did do it the right way round. I didn't common kind of waitress. And i couldn't have anyway. I needed to have a proper visa. Like go to contract with e during a lot of their red carpet which was brilliant and then a show with the cw plain jane which ended up being on mtv but it lasted six years and it was this makeover show when we traveled the world and i was.
"louise roe" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Janette. It's Dr Liederman speaking with Lauren about lung cancer, you were seen by a pulmonary doctor who was insistent that they open up your chest and they send you to the lung surgeon and they were insistent on cutting on you, right? Absolutely, and would not accept me as a patient. If I didn't do that, your nurse, you worked at some of the biggest hospitals and you just didn't want your longan chest opened up in your lung thrown into the garbage can right the bucket. Why? Because at the super duper pooper, I saw what happened. And what did you see with Dr Liederman the team and you have the treatment and that cancer's gone away, Right? What would you tell someone who's got cancer making? First stop, Doctor. Leave them in. For more information, Call Dr Liederman two and two choices. 13 84 Broadway at 38 we accept most insurance is Medicare, Medicaid called two and two choices for more information, thousands treated over decades. W o R News time is tuo Vivat Wooo are sports. The Mets in Miami Marlins didn't play on Thursday, though they did take the field together. Before the finale of their four game. Siri's in New York was postponed. It was one of seven MLB game's called off in a statement against racial just injustice Yesterday. Metsmanager Louise Roe has also says he's proud of his guys were proud of them. Just Fully supportive, but what they did out there, you know, just to use the baseball platform to what their fate their opinion for this topping out there, which is, you know, we'll feel strong that were very, very much against, you know, just racism and Any justice, you know, and we want this to stop right now..
"louise roe" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"What a night to forget way not only with the Mets swept in a double header by the Marlins at Citi Field Coming off the Koven 19 layoff, They were shut out in both games. First time that's happened in 45 years, the scores for nothing and three nothing. That's living a combined 19 men on base. They were over 15 with runners in scoring position. The Marlins actually scored their final run without a hit. John Birdy walked. He stole second. He's still third and then the late steal of home Bye, Birdy, and he's safe at the plate. As the ball has been returned by Sanchez to familia. He went in standing and his rule safe. We want heads up. We always gotta be on our toes for that kind of basil, because as a team they play On the field. Manager Louise Roe has called it negligence to let birdie steal home. How we rose at the call here on WCBS Jacob Graham will be on the mound tonight for Game three of the Siri's. We'll have the pre game at 6 30 right here. Andres a Menace and Tomas Neto were placed on the injured list last night for undisclosed reasons. Also third base coach Gary DiSarcina and bench coach Hensley Meulens We're not at the ballpark. The Yankees and Braves have played double header today in Atlanta after last night's rainout. It'll be three double headers for the Yankees in a five day span. Garrett Colin Masahiro Tanaka will be the starting pitchers first pitch today at 4 10. Baseball's first no hitter of 2020, the White Sox Lucas Giolito in a for nothing win over the Pirates in Chicago. I've been working for for this type of game for a while now, and it's really cool that we got it done. Giolito struck out 13. He walked one that cut courtesy of NBC Sports, Chicago and three o'clock today in Toronto. The Islanders look for a Tuo lead on the Flyers in their second round playoff. Siri's Brad Heller, WCBS 80 sports. Thank you, Brad 8 40 for WCBS three things to know. And.
"louise roe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The air all of it your phone calls eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six what a fun night this far the rain is sold off for another couple hours it looks like a it's gonna pour cats and dogs later this afternoon but well all manage beats two feet of snow or something thank I get eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six self Friday New York give these two press conferences one for E. ally manning announcing his retirement the other for Louise roe highs the new manager of the New York Mets and so maybe thank you New York sports fans our passion right and they will want it off the demand passion from the players you play from the coaches who coached they want to see evidence that those people care as much as they do one area why do they get it's easy second views one for the other is confusing a motion for passion what really it's the other way around all lack of a motion as a lack of passion and this was a criticism of Eli manning especially early on in his career and it came from within the locker room it came from outside the locker room before you won that first Super Bowl in two thousand seven it was can this guy really lead and Eli talked about it on Friday that is not a rah rah guy and there were plenty of people who wanted him to.
"louise roe" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Tonight heavy rain tomorrow could cause some flooding nicer on Sunday this is Joan Waller Mets unveiled their new young manager Louise roe after two rings the live batting retires from playing football and that Nixon to one this is Joan Donna Karan Bloomberg the spread of the corona virus all losses spread over Wall Street the Dow fell one hundred seventy the nasdaq eighty eight when he signed a forty one time for traffic and transit here's Russ Meyer and Lori will talk of the Bronx first up because it's our world backed up on the southbound side of the broker just be on Bronx river parkway to one hundred and forty nine for the center lane has been blocked off for emergency repairs and will be blocked off until further notice also on the side of the west side of Manhattan you got the FDR the Harlem river drive website how we address apartment nothing major going a little slow on the FDR south coming in towards housed in that's about it here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels all three operation across things are moving along nicely no problems to forty at the fifty ninth street bridge sure the midtown tunnel New Jersey westbound side of route eighty yeah we have the offramp for route fifteen at exit thirty four partially blocked with emergency repairs two lanes are closed also north and twenty one coming in towards Chester just rabbit when your got the left lane block with a crash west bound to any still so Frank sixteen in Harrison a fourteen Newark that is that the results of crash still being attended to all that it's out of the street parking rules are suspended for tomorrow for lunar new year minerals in effect I'm a smart exporters at day fifty one undated wins a New York City cop.
"louise roe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Louise roe Haas is getting is managerial jurors a major the I'm assuming because I haven't seen it yet acid guys Jersey getting is half putting it on very excited this is now the manager of the New York Mets we count Carlos Beltran not count them that's up for debate that's a debate show we can have the next fifty years does he can help the manager in my history but Louis is putting on his Jersey he's wearing the number nineteen on long trips that's right bobble head east when ninety police putting up his Jersey looks very handsome I must say has met had the great how baseball managers wear your seat yeah but every other sport that is a great point lead now is your recommended bill Belichick wearing a football the socket lined you mentioned Kenny Atkinson and a net Jersey on the front lines for baseball what makes a great we have these weird things like let's we're Jersey is only Connie Mack into allied with a top hat yes to would you like to see baseball monitors in a suit you're being the well dressed man yeah I can't I can't go down doing all that right now I don't see what gentleman who will the police is going to talk or over excited about and I tell you Joe he may join us later is the podium is just going on house party well first of all once a thank you voted for those kind words describes me out really well thank you this is very exciting this is a very exciting day for me this is a dream come true for me to become the New York Mets manager that was my dream standing here in front of you I can share right now is a very exciting day in my career I want to start out by saying thank you I want to thank god for this great great blessing first of all always I give the glory to god second I want to thank ownership Jeff Wilpon Fred Wilpon Saul cats thank you for this opportunity this great opportunity I want to thank Brody and the front office thank you for believing in me I will lead this team into success I will lead this team into success thank you I want to pass on to my family well I have a couple here attending us my beautiful wife lower thank you thank you for riding along this journey it's been a great joining it's been a tough road but you've been there you've been there to support me got to let him know yes I would have gone by young sent they get to my son the Louis who's got the best smile in the world that is the number one Mets fan in the world to thank you thank you for reading along as well to my brothers and my sisters who gave me support throughout this Jordan Philly bill said my brother who's your present thank you for setting an example you always set an example to me thank you to my brother Moishe this is not here can make it but with your very impactful in my career our discussions led to great ideas that Selby a lot drama throughout my career thank you very much missus I want to pass my mentors to that help me out from the beginning on my coaching career I don't want to leave anyone out he smiled cruce follow cruce Rafael Perez that's here Bobbi Floyd Tom across and all the coaching staff that I had throughout my career that we share many emotions in the stores that's led to here to where I am right now I want to say thank you also to my great country the Dominican Republic has been so great who's been so supportive all the time it's my pleasure always I'm very proud to represent my country wherever I go I've got a million tax in the last couple days I haven't been able to answer but I promise you know he's been been a little busy last couple days I will answer those tax I will answer those calls I have two more special thank yous and the first was going to go to my mother who's here I want to say thank you for racing us right for teaching us what was right and wrong since early yes yes you know someone but as a general also look at the simple yes I do the incident occurred when I look at a model yes and last but not least I want to take my father would tell me the game of baseball who taught me the game of baseball and life a help me Ballenstedt throughout this journey he was my example to follow the whole time still will be all the teaching all the lessons that I got from him it's help me a lot throughout this journey I want to say thank you to him with that being said I want to share this moment would you guys how excited I am to be named Ghazi better your meds manager this is a dream come true the Mets are my family the Mets are my baseball family I started in two thousand and six in the Dominican academy and immediately I fell in love with the Max how detailed everything was done how much importance we were playing how much importance we're paying up a pain to our players the really caught my attention I knew what was going on develop as a coach and as a mentor in this organization golf moving up the ladder as a coach and as a manager he taught me right away the Mets way he taught me the Mets way to win games I was able to make great relationship with my fellow coaches I was able to make great let that relationship with the players it took me to last year twenty nineteen which is which was a great experience to get me ready to fulfill this decision right now hi so what this team can do I want to lead them to when we had a great second half last year and I want them to anything I wonder at to be transferring to spring training when we break ground we have a great coaching staff I rely on them on helping me our coaching staff is got great experience he's got a great repertoire and I rely on then and then call about their collaboration towards getting the guys ready there was this season we are going to be prepared to come to compete we're gonna have some bad news to follow that may knowing the guys and the guys on the back as well will understand perfectly I know that there will be no problem this is a family we're going to be really good at communication we're going to be really good trust in each other and last but not least we gonna have accountability for a wish other that accountability is going to be also with our with our fan base the likes to win and we understand it and that I kind of really is going to be with the press as well I'm looking forward to the season and I feel like the most lucky person in the world right now as the manager of the New York Mets and I'm very confident that I'm a lead the way for this team to win and be successful thank you thank you very much Louise at this time Brody if you'll love return to the stage we're gonna open up to question answer session as a reminder please state your name your affiliation or prior to the questions our audiences again at home can follow along with that done Steve further we may I lost the fee but Louise row houses being introduces the mat manager gave a lot of thank you's talk about how this was his dream was to lead the Mets to success and now him and Brody about answer questions hopefully we get the connection back in here some of the questions from Brody and we throw us should have Louise Ross on little bit later on but I was mentioning earlier he has managed a lot we go there we go sure Steve Jobs us awhile reads congradulations this is for you justice what has the last week we could have been like for you obviously you know preparing for one role the way that you have this off season and then like you said I don't know where really and I know the circumstances and exactly ideal how how everybody would have wanted but for you so all of a sudden now will get that dream job what what has the range of emotions been like for you why I buy be prepared for this I mean it's it's it's something that goes way back like I mentioned one for all those years of preparation they've been great I mean one of the tank to help the transition the most is how close the staff with our coaching staff is really close and we we have been working in collaboration already an order to get plans ready for the players plans for the teams in order to break 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Salam tu and then see that'd make I'll than Ohio almost too good physical by yep a three two nine Jaki a metal head Neil Kinnock on common element that on another Hey one on a silicon but then saving on thunder predominate gonna like a deal solely a call money you're you're a command the total money getting up with me that on an alien but another political many gonna get a letter in the non their lack of them which of our little money at a coach and another guy locked on to a hippie and said about the occult and opinions are getting on to come but things that you could look at the bottom that about about on my own good anyway looking but things are commonplace I can look at in the Lee C. K. there like a little but down there at all how to put on your anxiety the dealer the little more Charlie don't so for the American media Natalie asked Louis you've you've managed in the Dominican winter league and now you've you've been a coach here with the New York Mets what do you think it's been the the biggest difference and what have you been able to learn to kind of be able to transition into the New York market I said the the level of competition is about the the same you know they're different leagues as far as like land but it's a great league I recommend as a manager I recommend any manager that has a chance to go on to one of those when your balls the the the level of competition is high we'll get you ready it will advance your coaching either a manager or as a coach it's very beneficial to go to those leaks and experienced a great of competition that he has red in the back left Brad Ayler WCBS eight eighty Louise congratulations you're all last year's quality control coach can you describe some of the responsibilities you had and how some of those responsibilities helped prepare you for taking over as manager definitely I mean last year was a great experience that I can mention yeah but I I had direct real over the regular relationship with the with the players just giving them the analytics educating them about the analytics so they knew how to employ it to with their plants with the were there specific plan I think you help me a lot to understand you know different sources we were you gather the information also are analytical group which is a very talented group and I thank you know have building that relationship with them will help me transfer into this role right here ask the manager and have the understanding that I that I learned last year what I was doing the job Kim on the right to merely from Newsday I over the past two weeks as Jeff and Brody and company had a decision to make on Carlos and then a decision to make on who to pick as the new manager at what point did they come to you and what was your initial reaction well the the old the old for this week I mean I I I came here and we met you know I'm I'm not familiar with you know how the process goes everything goes down before that but I came this weekend Matt and you know we have our conversations and I'm really excited I'm really excited I'm looking forward to this season and meeting the team soon and breaking ground spring training and prior to that had you been in St Lucie preparing or were you somewhere else we've we've been as a staff in St Lucie already working on preparing spring training for the guys working on getting spring training ready for us is the staff to get that you know moving the way we wanted to get the guys prefer to was the seas fill in the back middle place bill accidental B..
"louise roe" Discussed on WEEI
"Right now you can get sort of a you know a look the teams are thrown practice facilities the teams are looking at it you know it the game in there analyze the rest of sleep then they get down to Miami and everybody that's down there is going to really be starting the big hype machine it's an annual tradition I absolutely love it I don't get tired of the high because it's a celebration of the sport I love I dig it I don't care if you start breaking down all the little angles of the game is what I love but nevertheless that's that that's for the men yesterday was a busy day today is also another busy day in the city of New York Eli manning is gonna have this press conference to officially announce his retirement we knew that from yesterday but Louise roe Haas yesterday got was tapped to be the new manager of the New York Mets now he is the fourth Mets manager in two and a half years he is the second manager for the Mets in the last week because Carlos Beltran who was hired in the off season had to give up his job because of his involvement in the Houston Astros scandal of science dealing with he was a player back in two thousand seventeen Louise roe house was a quality control manager for the Mets been with the organization since two thousand seven I don't know if he's the best candidate that was available but he's getting in his chair chance to manage a team that played really well in the second half of the season really well it's got some young talent a team that should make some strides towards being in contention at least for a playoff he is now going to be responsible for that where as they were all big on Carlos Beltran bill because the scandal broke they just can't swim in that pool so now we throw house who by the way is the son of Philip elude the former Montreal in San Francisco Giants manager so busy day in New York it's going to be about he lies legacy in the Mets future but when we come back more on the light because the conversation is really heating up we have a long way to go before can Ohio even comes calling how long are we going to do this with manning's career now that it's done that's nexus.
"louise roe" Discussed on AP News
"The New York Mets name their second manager of the off season hiring in finalizing a multi year contract with 30 year old Louise roe has to lead the team for the 2020 season the move comes less than a week after the Mets parted ways with Carlos Beltran after bell train was named in MLB's report concerning cheating in the game Belgium's higher skipper November and never manage a game for the club real has served as head of quality control for the Mets in 2019 and before that spent 13 seasons as a minor league coach and manager with the organization Ross is the son of a longtime big league manager and player Felipe Alou Mike Moriarty New York
Mets pick Luis Rojas to replace Carlos Beltrán as manager
"The New York Mets name their second manager of the off season hiring in finalizing a multi year contract with thirty year old Louise roe has to lead the team for the twenty twenty season the move comes less than a week after the Mets parted ways with Carlos Beltran after bell train was named in MLB's report concerning cheating in the game Belgium's higher skipper November and never manage a game for the club real has served as head of quality control for the Mets in two thousand nineteen and before that spent thirteen seasons as a minor league coach and manager with the organization Ross is the son of a longtime big league manager and player Felipe Alou Mike Moriarty New York
"louise roe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Louise roe Austin either manager a few months ago instead when with Carlos Beltran whose involvement in the astral scandal forced him out to the Mets are finalizing the deal with robots is part of the famous baseball family his father believed by a little his two uncles Maddie and tae Seuss's brother voices all play in the majors is name is robots not a little because that's the official family name and that's what puts on his birth certificate lebron James is only visit to New York at the garden as Lakers beat the next one hundred and ninety channels voices are thirty five and nine as they play tonight in Brooklyn nets of lost four straight nine eleven Zaidan Williamson made his NBA debut in New Orleans the rookie that with a knee injury struggle earlier and then caught fire seventeen straight fourth quarter points though the public is lost to San Antonio seeing all the Providence seventy three sixty four records lost at Iowa eighty five to eighty Fordham's first Atlantic ten win of the year over G. W. with over give me see sports update I'm John St thank you John six thirty seven on Wall Street and today the government issues its weekly report on jobless claims economists forecast an increase of ten thousand here with more is Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice the pirate corcho jobless claims drop to six week low but the headline can bounce around over the holidays and into January Plano and seasonal quirks and collecting and analyzing the data big picture unemployment is at a half century low also today look for the Bloomberg consumer comfort index which sent a two decade high in early January any doubt should explain birthday break hi Jenny thank you it's just before six thirty eight on Wall Street following commentary is from Bloomberg opinion wall street's bond transparency letters are revealing I'm Brian Chapada a columnist for Bloomberg opinion in most bond market battles if blackrock and pimco are on the same side it's safe to assume they'll come out victorious however their push to delay reporting of large corporate bond trades for forty eight hours instead of the current fifteen minutes was so audacious that it seems of offender with little choice but to side against them at least for the moment it takes only a quick glance a comment letters defend Russia understand why there's real concern that this proposal was an attempt by the biggest investing firms to tilt the playing field to their advantage and that of large dealers federated investors claim the plan was not to significantly improve liquidity but to provide a release valve for the largest asset managers T. Rowe price said it would create two tiers of haves and have nots well it's too soon to entirely rule out the possibility of some sort of corporate bond experiment there's enough here for fin rot a pause I'm branch paddock for more opinion please get a bluebird dot com such opinion or OPI and go on the Bloomberg terminal this has been Bloomberg opinion and you can hear Bloomberg opinion commentaries every week at this time terminal customers can read more and P. I. N. go it is.
Mets working on deal to make Luis Rojas their next manager
"And a week after firing their manager Carlos Beltran for his role in the sign stealing scandal the New York Mets today promoted from within Louise roe Haas will be their skipper
GM Brodie Van Wagenen says New York Mets finalizing agreement with quality control coach Luis Rojas to make him manager
"Joined as the match have filled their vacancy with the son of Felipe Alou Louise roe Haas arm and you could not most Mets fans over with a feather because this is a guy was a quality control coach last year obviously a tremendous family lineage of bilingual individual who can relate to virtually everyone in the clubhouse does the team has managed it up you know if you will smaller places than the fishbowl York's that's rolling dice man because as Harold Reynolds of MLB network pointed out there ready to win now they got away now this is it certainly Syndergaard might not be around for much longer although the other guys supposedly not really Bobby Axelrod but has a resume Bobbi acts Roddy's going to be the the new full time or the mats has all the money to spend you don't have any problems like the previous years so you never know did I mean
"louise roe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Now the Mets are working to finalize a multi year agreement with Louise roe Haas to be the new Mets manager there you go there is no house gets a deal which we kind of thought about reading the tea leaves at what was being reported out there last twenty four thirty six hours that that's the way the the lien was go when they were staying internal the report yesterday for Mandy Moore Tino was that they were down to three finalists all of them no we're going to be a part of Beltran Stavro Haas quality control de Francisco first base coach and had simulans the bench coach and they end up go we'll Louise roe us at thirty eight years of age he is your new New York Mets manager jornalista Larry's about this twice in the span of a couple weeks a New York team makes a higher and were like who is this person would be doing Joe judge Louise Ross I mean we kind of know will always row houses a little bit but for the most part he's kind of he's a very obscure guy in terms of like national prominence or in terms of like real Mets fans understanding what the hell Reese Ross really does for the team yeah the different this one does it catches flat footed the Joe judge one was surprising rule gets the job Carolina than ninety minutes later Joe judge is reportedly an agreement to be the giants head coach I mean that that was stunning B. as everyone at that stage was saying who tells Joe judge you had some kind of time here to let the bell try new settle in and you know they were not going outside the organization so in dribs and drabs you found out a little bit more we know was father was fully pay a Lou we really don't know that much more about him he manager double way yeah right I said I I sat in on one of his press conferences you know thought he commanded the room while didn't seem like a massive presence but I'm sure we're going to see you know it it's it's much different obviously when you're managing and bring up and then you are the New York Mets in the big club but you know we we just sat very little to go on it's not you know anyone with a long track record or something we can look first year manager for the Mets absolutely and he stepped into a scenario where the Mets are expected to win where there's not going to be you you don't want to hear about a learning curve the Mets love him as an organization that is well respected within the franchise they believe he's a really good communicator you had a number of players speak out on his behalf say they like playing for him he's had some experience at lower levels bandaging now stepping up to the major league club it's a case of that now and he's got a multi year deal this is not a band aid is not a Terry Collins deal it's not having a manager step in a one year the Mets never needed to do that the whole idea that that needed to happen was complete utter nonsense and they end up go with internal guy Louise Ross doesn't excite you do you know a ton about them no not a like every other candy that was out there but it you knew more certainly about hence the mule ins you know a little bit more about Tony di Francisco than he did Louise roe house but the Mets felt like he he's gonna be able grow get better and you know he's going to be their manager for the foreseeable future listen I mean I think this is the trend right for the most part this is training more baseball this is a trend where baseball is going way of managers who don't necessarily have a ton of experience but they're able to come in and have a lot of success now the poster child for that recently was Alex Cora who I know was a bench coach Houston but like you know I had no way to add you know managing experience the red Sox was first job but now that's kind of cloud like the rock about the lease the Kevin cash is the you know people trying to get more Craig council you know people like that and this is where it's going right it doesn't necessarily mean you have to of been a bench coach for a long time maybe in some ways I don't know if I even we're weirdly works against you but having someone comes in analytically driven can distill that information down and can convey it to the rest of the team those people in those types of communicators now in baseball are just invaluable and if you possess that skill I think it moves you straight to the head of the pack because even Carlos Beltran was talking about that right about how he felt like he was good at taking analytics and and telling the guys in the players how to use it best to your benefit you know the fact that row Haas and what we've heard that that is one of his drawing his skills I think that's probably what ends up winning him the job now can imagine game and that's the other thing that comes into play to all that you said Maggie is all true and certainly was a positive for him can you handle a game can handle team for a hundred sixty two games can he handle of pitching staff can handle a bull pen the double switch is everything that goes along with the International League manager can you do that here in the spotlight in New York and that's that's the question we're gonna all find out the answer to together during the course of the Mets regular season but we want to hear from you the Mets fan eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six reportedly the deal is done Louise roe last thirty eight years of age is signed to a multi year deal to be the new Mets manager a number of sources do have it that's been reported we want here for the Mets fan next it's Mousa Maggie with you right here the fan in New York when you come to Colorado the only word to describe it is like the first time your kids see a mountain town or explore nice castle and think it's a winter Wonderland Colorado snows perfect state.
"louise roe" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K
"Here Book and Journal which I'm very excited about and I just wanted to see list dreaming something that you do offend or is that something that is quite new to you on your Agassi had lots of calls but dreaming Efi Different You ask you would do. If I couldn't find if I had all the minute resources in the knowledge and the health and the energy of the time what would I do with my life. So have you found that way of thinking useful. See That so interesting because I take dreaming partly like that. I know I don't do it as much as I'd like but I do. I am that girl who's railwaymen topic and if I could I'd be off daydreaming way more than I do and so yes. I have definitely got a lot of goals especially right now. Renovating a house just asked moved countries. I'd like I have a big family at some point. Like what am I gonNA fit that but I only dreaming for me. I love to read novels and I love to travel somewhere like parasol. We went to Prague Las Uinta and those often. I think not that you need to go to Paris in order to dream at all. I'm not saying I'm not but I think if you're able to move your physical position go go into you know a beautiful field. Whatever it is that kind of changes you out of your sitting sitting on the sofa moment that can often spark a bit of a a dream and and you know I love watching period dramas I just love? I suppose. A lot of it for maize is historical context than I should have loved reading more about the pulse so for me. Dreaming is not necessarily about specific list of things things that you want to achieve. It is definitely part of that but it's also may be finding a quite. This really inspired me like the one you just gave me now. All will you might meet somebody who just gives you a slightly different perspective will make you laugh until you cry and I think that those old moments slightly like change our mood unusual atmosphere that day. And if I'm really explaining myself very well but I think the one drink you decide interesting. It can encompass all sorts of things or it's reading a book to my daughter and seeing Helena newlywed and have face light up as she realizes something new understands of the new those all elements dreaming. I think to me absolutely nothing amaze. Sometimes you know doing less history in terms I have been I have in my book. I'm not sure if you got through that yet but I have in my book that to create your Dream Day in terms of you know. What's Your Affect Manasseh? Perfect is no such thing but if you can have your pethick able would that include include infamy on Sunday for example that like you know have nowhere to go and no it to bay dis- get up and drink endless cups of teas and you know. I don't Cook as much as I'd liked but I have an alarm been five cookbooks and Even if the creative and they are you know beautiful photography Talk Fan of a beautiful stories and for me. That's like my pethick dream. Diane some of my friends at the most boring Not everyone but a lot of a lot of my friends love going uh-huh for Brunson Meeting The absolute opposite Dreaming for maced. Where you're actually really connect you hot the next day bodies true for you? Whatever whatever that is and that's one of my favorite days Sundays? 'cause it's today where I don't have to do anything but I also do my favorite Friday which is for me to try to always meet someone inspiring inspiring on a Friday because I have opportunity to go to my kids. Schools nominate someone for coffee after that is also inspiring. Because that's what I learned and that's that's why I I sometimes come back with more drains..
"louise roe" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K
"The hall definitely doing your research because coming from journalistic background do find the imus stick cleft full spelling and grammar in fact checking and often when you take that into the digital well because the turnover is so fast even big publications not just with bloggers. The Standard tends to slip a bit. So I'm a big one getting out might and and you know you might be. What's cool micro blogger? You Might GonNa ought to ten thousand followers that is still something you can make a career out of. And I know plenty plenty of micro bloggers who do have representation a mate they make a great career out of that number follows so it's not about having millions and millions about having really engaged invested people and so I think that collaborating cross pollination you know do you reach out to DM other people the other bronze say could we get together. We do something you know. You GotTa Get out there and I'm doing that right now. I just come at London after ten years and it's actually really fun to kind of get out there and and have meetings with people. Some of envy is some. I've never met and so it is important to kind of really. Put the affidavit and give yourself a minute to also feel creative and by ah I mean I think life is so stop it. There is always somebody kind of groping for Oracle slave saying. Can I have a bit of view on the replied to the email. We'll we'll no one cares about time zones known Kesse out of office messages anymore. So it's really important to take a breath and if it's going for a walk with his taking yourself too gallery going for coffee on your age twenty minutes. Those are the moments for me when I feel the most inspired and the ideas come to me. I can't get a big idea when I'm trying to onto twenty-five emails in one minute. Yeah no absolutely I. I can relate to that but you said something that was is really valuable to just recap on and that is that you get to me. You know Brad's people like just sitting here to continue. And I I might not have ever come across you if it wasn't for your blog or if it wasn't for the option of being able to act nobly and I think that is just sewing Pinsk exciting and actually getting out of my comfort zone in terms of starting to put cost. That was something that was an English language am scattered pass that I get excited. Fox's not forget about things and I always thought it would be a nightmare Izzo have mired podcast. But I ask the questions. If I couldn't fail what would I do you the last year and podcast came up another. I'm just going to give it a go. I think sometimes we just have to really throw ourselves into go out of the comfort zone and try something and it doesn't in May that if you don't WanNa do it and continue that you can always change but for me this has been the most amazing like a dissection my favorite part of my job now because I get tomato Inspiring people that off these chat. I will display like sci-fi to even create more so I think meeting somebody. Amazing people is like really the highlight of Everything that we're doing that's an amazing thing to say and I. I couldn't agree more about just throwing herself in. I remember the night before I moved to La. And I was in my my mid twenty s and wait braver I think I have now. I just remember she turned around. She said you know you can hanaway combat. It doesn't matter if you don't like it you can come home. It's not failing and I think that that for me was a real lightbulb moment and I think it's intensified. I bought one hundred now. I think millennials field such huge pressure to launch something that is massive Mark Zuckerberg massive and. Yeah it's all relative success relative happiness is relative to you what that means to you and your family your small group of friends and I think that you can say no. Try something in town away from it and that's okay that is absolutely not failing. Yeah upset and I said this many times on this podcast but I think he can never hear it enough and Ariana Huffington. Whose whose one woman that I admire? Lachey has escort saying failure is not the opposite of success failure stories to stepping stone to success and a lot of people that are followers Zelina to fail hundred Thompson. Otherwise you not try hard enough and sometimes when we dream have really it must dreams like it's you can't make them old Pathak you have to really try and then try harder and then try to get into different way. We have here in the office. This Johnson no say how they always away just sometimes have to try different ways so enough that dates they know. Say.
"louise roe" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K
"Rider obsessed with wolves's in writing and show jumping eventing will be my youngest dream and then when I went through a phase of really wanting to be an interior designer. which funny enough has now come back around and Let's talk about that more later. And then when I kind of got into the the age when you do experience new teens I just became obsessed with magazine publishing in. That is is something that I did for a long time and I just wanted to be an editor so so working in. TV was never even thought that I had so it kind of came by by a happy accident. Yeah that's interesting I'm your host Friday. No but it's funny. You say that because we just moved back to England off the living a decade away and it is on my top of my list what is to stop host writing again. Is something that people do here. Especially you know. We're in the countryside rather than London and it's just I really wanted to get back into it. Yeah it's just nothing that takes more into the now and focusing on just where you are right there on the on the whole system. Yeah very much so and I think this is exactly it's fitness but it's also you're out with nature usually writing in the forest or something beautiful and a host of just such a lovely kind majestic creatures and and to your point. Yeah well I think nowadays any activity where you really have to focus and you cannot be on your phone. I love to Ski. Doug it to do it as much light to that. I find really interesting because you cannot have your phone while doing it and there were very few activity. Now whether that's the case everywhere across the board and I think it really makes a difference friends because people have focused in the moment whether they're adults or kids and it's rates Nice feeling. Yeah absolutely I think that nature aspect is really gets me into that. Kept kind of mindfulness. And they're going to was. You also have to be focused on actually being on the whole knowledge fun. I grew up with was as well as when I was a kid. I never got trouble so that was all my dreams and my little daughter. Now she's eight and she gets to travel the world lead. All she wants is a horse. Who Sets a funny? How where why stream about thanks? We don't have yes. That's very interesting human cycle. So you're now Successful health beauty and lifestyle blogger and a TV host and have had such an incredible career including being editor road dot com and writing for countless fashion and lifestyle publications including Elle magazine. which is just amazing? I love you to share with our listeners. A little bit about your background or you do and how you came Tobaiwa. You're out today. I think I think what's great now is that you can do lots of different things Have to be tied to sit of having one lane in sticking being in it and I did start out in magazines. I Love Them. I think it's sad that every week a new another one seems to be a folding although digital digital publishing is oversee huge an exciting but I worked at Conde Nast when I was in London straight off to university I worked at various magazines. The ones you mentioned agent and who really enjoyed it. I wet my way up the ladder rungs as it were from being done through to being one of the editors in Rytas ages and then I used to go out to La to cover the Oscars every year provoke dot com and we just had voted TV and believe it or not this makes some very aerial. That wasn't much TV online. So vogue was one of the kind of at the forefront of creating these videos the I was in charge a hosting but also producing. We didn't have a team so I kind of just have to throw myself in an unloaded false and I would even help. The Ed is well and that has since been contested experience. The is still draw now news and so anyway I would go cover. The Oscars had a few sneaky meetings on side decided L. A. was awesome. And then I got y what ended up being. MTV called Plain Jane which some list is listeners might remember it was a very sweet motivational makeover. Make a show where I spent a week with young girl who had no confidence for whatever reason and we jump out there are planes and we would do to date training so she could learn how to flattened femoral confident about herself and yes. We did make over with the Harry makeup in the fashion but there was more to the shows in that that went look deeper and that's why I was really really proud of it and from that kind of started to Ghana a bit a bit of a social media following and this is kind of before the wet influenced existed before full brands. Whip with working in a professional capacity at with digital influences and so it really did happen. Organically I ended up with his loyal the following a lovely young women that I still have a lotta them from playing from watching plain Jane and then that turned into a business. So I'm really happy with how you know. My career is ended up being but I think the key the Atlantis to just be as flexible as possible. Nothing stays the same is always something new around the corner. Something it doesn't work out something else will and it's just yes. Stick to your guns in terms of who you are and what your mo is but it's really important to remember Close shifting yet. I so agree with you because I think it's such an exciting time to be alive because there's so much potential and you know just hearing you'll story it's just how it's thoughts and how it evolves and how it changes and and I feel that's what's so exciting for anyone listening now who are young and starting out Theros just you know this is not just like it was you know maybe our parents who are often chosen one thing kept guard. That saw think. That's so exciting that you can learn and you can actually may be reaching a global audience so quickly. That's what I find is the most fascinating because we advocate. We now sell two hundred and forty seven countries enabled Thomas say that up just saying that is just crazy because my my dream staticky was to be around in my favorite cities around the world and that was like a big statement because that was actually before internet which which is hard to believe. Because does my kids do not believe that there was such thing. Read it just fascinating but I know you release your book. Front row. Had to be the leading lady eighty in your own life back in two thousand fifteen added that come about and what was that experience like because I think so many listed as here book with them I think everyone has but especially audience. Yes I loved writing I. It was a true labor of love a row. Every single word in the weird thing is have been quite a few times in interviews. If I write it and it's sad that people have often have ghostwriters to the point where it's assumed assumed that you might not have but I can assure you everyone in that was from an experience of mine all just an opinion research the I did and I just loved writing. It is a style guide but again much like pain. Jane goes a lot deeper than that. We cover everything from a fashion and beauty the interior design and I. I talked a lot about my various experiences. Even back to being bullied as a kid in high school and everyone goes through something something that knocks that Coordi- and then being absorbed ten around having no idea is later withdrawal. Not Help Young Women in various situations. I really really loved that book and I think it's very cool to have something tangible to actually pickup and say I did this and the reason I wrote it was because I was getting more and more questions on social media about everything from dating to careers not just the fashion advice and I launched my blog front row at the same time because I thought I I'd really like to have a hub where everyone can go and I can point people in answer these questions. Not just to one personal twitter but you know yeah right right kind of more in depth articles and I've said that since grown to you know now the have a family of the baby section the blog which we launched obviously when I got pregnant but Stats now pretty much. The most popular section of the website. So it's kind of back to the point of just cozy changing and evolving and I think my audience has evolved with me because those that were teenagers ages back when I was doing plain Jane might now be having babies will thinking about getting married or it's just it's it's really cool and I. I feel very lucky to get to do that. Mine Joy it. Yeah absolutely I agree with that because as you all the surpasses When I was pregnant I had spread shape because I like? They will put everything in in what I needed About an we put it into the baby notes which is now in a book that was Aleki console console relate to issue ball. You'd like to share things and hopefully that other people or hoping that other people will benefit from it so quickly and I did a few find this but sometimes sometimes it's the stuff that you don't think will be that important someone. That is the thing that they enjoy hearing me the most and and so. That's something I really love to the social media for Roulette kind of pitfalls is also fantastic at just having a two way conversation and it's not just always it's about me sharing my advice I've had some of the most insightful supportive kind interesting feedback on advice from my followers in Tan and so you know I can remember when I first left on a business trip and I was pretty much in tears in the car and I just said it which I'm not one who always says a lot of emotion but I I do sometimes and I was overwhelmed with the response was probably made me cry more but it was just it was true you know feeling and I found that got to be incredibly sweet and again just practical stuff when I was having a baby apps I'd never found otherwise yeah and I think that's so exciting automate blogs and social media because you can just learn so much you know even podcast stated what you can pick up Safai anyone you know looking at you you live from the outset. Nobody will know even the beside you. You don't share a lot of emotional unseemly because I feel like I want to inspire people sometimes do shit because I feel like so many people think I think that I live this perfect life. You don't have a business. Perfect which goes nervousness Denial elected share that. I go through challenges as well but for anyone who are listening listening and wants to do something similar to you in terms of inner the fashion and the lifestyle blogging the trouble. And all the things that you get to do. What are your tips for for the people who wants to do something similar? I think it would be very easy. Say all the markets so saturated and you know it's really tricky now to to garner a big audience but I. I don't believe that I think that for people with assault a talent or unique point of view some kind of voice. That's his past different to the others. There is space for everybody and I really think it having a moment to just decide. Am I the gull who the breath traveler am. I GonNa talk about all the rustic places the I'd love to visit or my more about the sort of the historical city breaks. I think being a bit more niche is important right now. How and having good quality photography is absolutely key and whether that means investing in a camera with someone to help you out fast Google doing an online course? I think that's very important. Go to invest in yourself before you kind of get out there and then yes writing from the hall definitely doing your research because coming from journalistic background do find the imus stick cleft full spelling and grammar in fact checking and often when you take that into the digital well because the turnover is so fast even big publications not just with bloggers. The Standard tends to slip a bit. So I'm a big one.