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"meghan hunter" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

07:24 min | 3 months ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

"We always appreciate hearing from you. Today, we are excited to talk to Meghan Hunter a registered nurse about how she and her family work to avoid toxins in food. Megan! Thank you so much for sitting down with us today to talk about this incredible topic. Thanks so much I'm excited to be here so I think a lot of people find that once they start paying attention to toxins in their life. They start seeing them everywhere. One of those places they might start showing up. Is Foods canned foods contribute to my body's toxic load will. Of course it does I think we know so many different ways that toxins can enter our body right? We know that we have some ways that we cannot control like collusion and you know even water we drink and things like. We can be really intentional about the food we put in our body, and there definitely are foods that contribute to that toxic load, and then there's foods that help us to balance and and help us eliminate and decrease that the cloud I think that's so right and I. Think you touched on a big thing, right? There are some things that we can't avoid, but we should definitely try and take control of the things that we can when I'm going about my day, Grocery, shopping or picking out the foods for my family. Family! How do I know what foods to stay away from well I? What what I've learned as about seven years ago, is when I was I really introduced to essential oils dough Tara, and it was kind of a gateway for me on making choices that to other just good choices to just promoting or wellness lifestyle, and I have been on a journey in nutrition, and so I will definitely drop pawn just the knowledge, and what I've learned from other people and and things, and so I think it's important to just remember. That you know whether you're learning from all these different kinds of diets out there or or other things you heard about. There's one thing that stays constant, and that is whole foods we we need to be eating whole foods. We need to be eating. From nature were designed our bodies designed to know what to do with whole foods, and so when we are exposed, or if we eat foods that are not made from nature. Our Body does know what to do with it, but it's all about. Creating that balance! Having not too much to too much of an overload for our body to be able to handle. And so I guess focusing on. You know foods that can decrease that toxic load would be things like switching to organic produce, eliminating those toxins from pesticides and or additives, or you know hard official flavors, all those kinds of things, those chemicals or synthetic additives or even heavy metals that we can find in our foods. We just need to be intentional. I think sometimes. This topic gives people overwhelm when they all you know. Know I know I need to eat better, but I don't want to be overwhelmed. And so I think it's taking things just small wins small wins every day towards that larger goal of just looking and feeling and performing at our best, whether we're an athlete or a apparent trying to be able to do all things needed to in our everyday life or work or whatever it is. We need to have a relationship with food that inspires us. We're motivated to make intentional good choices. You know so I think avoiding plastics with their food looking at labels increasing antioxidants in our diet, hydrating to flush those toxins out. Those are some of those things we could do and just being very intentional. And finding ways to inspire to to make those little does those easy choices every day bit over time. Really compound to that resort were looking for that outcome or that lifelong vitality I looked in. Yeah, that's wonderful and I think those are. Great simple steps that people can start taking in their lives like you said it doesn't have to be this huge overwhelming, daunting thing that standing in front of them. So once I've got my food. I've tried to get the best food that I can. How can essential oils as I am cooking or preparing food? This is where it gets fun. I think essential oils when when I was introduced to central. And Understood just the purpose and the the support, and the assist that they can give my body and my family to to reach our goals in wellness, but just help our body to naturally do what it does best. We really can use oils like those benefits we get from. Essential oils are such a it's. It's an easily to introduce them in tar cooking, absolutely and how we prepare our food, so you know besides. Like that burst of flavor like remember essential oils, irs extracts from plants. So instead of having to store I think it's it's so much cheaper to able to add a drop or two of an essential oil, like wild orange, or lime or something like that, versus having that in my fridge or in the in the cabinet like it's, it's such a great way to save money or small. And some herbs and plants have to be in season. They can go bad quickly, so oils can be used year round. The last for a long time. Especially, if you store them in a really cool I dark location, so besides going a little goes a long way, you can save money, and they can really give punch in flavor, and then you also get those benefits, because so many essential oils have antioxidant properties, and we support our immune system or digestive systems. You get all those benefits when you incorporate them in your food. I love that and like you said it's so easy. It's convenient because it's a lot of the oils that you already have on hand that start to double as these fun. Ingredients in your recipes, yeah! I love about oils when you categorize them a little bit. There's some oils that are very sweet and spicy. CASSIA and cinnamon and Ginger. CLO- and then they're savory spice oils. Ginger Basil, or dill like there's so many choices. The citrus oils meant you can really have some fun by will give a couple tips like there are some oils that are very very strong. You might even just dip a toothpick in and throw it around for example like Oregano, it's really it has quite a punch so just putting like a toothpick, and then swirling around your sauces like you'll, you'll taste versus there might be some other oils like lime or are lemon I. Love adding those to Mike. Saul says or or dips, or even fruit dips, and things like that, and you could maybe put a couple drops. But there's some things you can start learning about if you're adding them to your baking or simmering or things like that, it's always good to add those oils a little later 'cause.

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Avoiding Toxins in Your Family's Food Featuring Megan Hunter

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

06:04 min | 3 months ago

Avoiding Toxins in Your Family's Food Featuring Megan Hunter

"Today, we are excited to talk to Meghan Hunter a registered nurse about how she and her family work to avoid toxins in food. Megan! Thank you so much for sitting down with us today to talk about this incredible topic. Thanks so much I'm excited to be here so I think a lot of people find that once they start paying attention to toxins in their life. They start seeing them everywhere. One of those places they might start showing up. Is Foods canned foods contribute to my body's toxic load will. Of course it does I think we know so many different ways that toxins can enter our body right? We know that we have some ways that we cannot control like collusion and you know even water we drink and things like. We can be really intentional about the food we put in our body, and there definitely are foods that contribute to that toxic load, and then there's foods that help us to balance and and help us eliminate and decrease that the cloud I think that's so right and I. Think you touched on a big thing, right? There are some things that we can't avoid, but we should definitely try and take control of the things that we can when I'm going about my day, Grocery, shopping or picking out the foods for my family. Family! How do I know what foods to stay away from well I? What what I've learned as about seven years ago, is when I was I really introduced to essential oils dough Tara, and it was kind of a gateway for me on making choices that to other just good choices to just promoting or wellness lifestyle, and I have been on a journey in nutrition, and so I will definitely drop pawn just the knowledge, and what I've learned from other people and and things, and so I think it's important to just remember. That you know whether you're learning from all these different kinds of diets out there or or other things you heard about. There's one thing that stays constant, and that is whole foods we we need to be eating whole foods. We need to be eating. From nature were designed our bodies designed to know what to do with whole foods, and so when we are exposed, or if we eat foods that are not made from nature. Our Body does know what to do with it, but it's all about. Creating that balance! Having not too much to too much of an overload for our body to be able to handle. And so I guess focusing on. You know foods that can decrease that toxic load would be things like switching to organic produce, eliminating those toxins from pesticides and or additives, or you know hard official flavors, all those kinds of things, those chemicals or synthetic additives or even heavy metals that we can find in our foods. We just need to be intentional. I think sometimes. This topic gives people overwhelm when they all you know. Know I know I need to eat better, but I don't want to be overwhelmed. And so I think it's taking things just small wins small wins every day towards that larger goal of just looking and feeling and performing at our best, whether we're an athlete or a apparent trying to be able to do all things needed to in our everyday life or work or whatever it is. We need to have a relationship with food that inspires us. We're motivated to make intentional good choices. You know so I think avoiding plastics with their food looking at labels increasing antioxidants in our diet, hydrating to flush those toxins out. Those are some of those things we could do and just being very intentional. And finding ways to inspire to to make those little does those easy choices every day bit over time. Really compound to that resort were looking for that outcome or that lifelong vitality I looked in. Yeah, that's wonderful and I think those are. Great simple steps that people can start taking in their lives like you said it doesn't have to be this huge overwhelming, daunting thing that standing in front of them. So once I've got my food. I've tried to get the best food that I can. How can essential oils as I am cooking or preparing food? This is where it gets fun. I think essential oils when when I was introduced to central. And Understood just the purpose and the the support, and the assist that they can give my body and my family to to reach our goals in wellness, but just help our body to naturally do what it does best. We really can use oils like those benefits we get from. Essential oils are such a it's. It's an easily to introduce them in tar cooking, absolutely and how we prepare our food, so you know besides. Like that burst of flavor like remember essential oils, irs extracts from plants. So instead of having to store I think it's it's so much cheaper to able to add a drop or two of an essential oil, like wild orange, or lime or something like that, versus having that in my fridge or in the in the cabinet like it's, it's such a great way to save money or small. And some herbs and plants have to be in season. They can go bad quickly, so oils can be used year round. The last for a long time. Especially, if you store them in a really cool I dark location, so besides going a little goes a long way, you can save money, and they can really give punch in flavor, and then you also get those benefits, because so many essential oils have antioxidant properties, and we support our immune system or digestive systems. You get all those benefits when you incorporate them in your food.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Along the neurons have been totally migrating to their destinations I guess they just know where to go from the moment they are formed they travel in waves millions every day moving along pathways you've got all of your neurons billions and billions and with every second two million new connections are made between them more connections than stars in the sky that's from Louise tricks novel future home of the living god the main character cedar song maker is a young native American woman who finds out that she's pregnant justice society is beginning to crumble she's speaking here to her unborn child sitter song makers really talking to yourself about what's happening to her physically and in a way your first pregnancy is an incredibly abstract strange process so everything inside her is changing and it makes women intellectually precocious at the time because we have to try and absorb this very abstract thing that's happening we how can you believe there's another entire individual that you are forming inside of yourself you know it's happening all the time but it's crazy I had my someone I was fairly young when I was twenty five and I just had this real fascination in the fact that you could create another whole life the novel is Meghan hunter found her own pregnancy to be kind of a pot boiler it seemed to this kind of endlessly fascinating thing to be so it's not really a surprise that I've written a book about this in the end her book is the envy start from and like air tricks it begins with a pregnant woman in a dystopian scenario there's so many types of stories you can tell about having children so why science fiction pregnancy is science fiction that's partly involves well professor emeritus at eastern Illinois university she wrote a book called pregnancy in literature and film it's the idea that you have your own body and all of a sudden you're sharing it with an alien something in there that's making you throw up or making you sick that's changing the shape of your body and you have no control my goodness I'm sharing my body with someone I don't know and he's not giving me much sleep and I'm losing my life it's very frightening and it's difficult in ways that we don't ever talk about except in science fiction that's where we talk about it pregnancy was the great adventure it seems now the great bravery to allow my lungs to be doubled in size as it said in the book to submit to the coping placenta it is any humans and monkeys who let the fetus feet from their own blood supply I read only humans and monkeys who let the young release themselves back into the mother put themselves into.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The testaments Margaret Atwood's new sequel to her novel the handmaid's tale is coming out next month so this hour we're having a think about and around the handmaid's tale book that's at least as resonant now as when it came out thirty four years ago as you probably know by now the handmaid's tale is set in the near future after American society collapses from fertility crisis in the civil war this totalitarian regime called gilia takes over and in slaves the remaining women who are for from children of men to alien pregnancy has come up a lot in modern science fiction often pregnant women requiring rescue by dudes but lately there's been quite a few stories set in dystopias about pregnant women who are the unambiguous heroes the studio three sixty as always Saunders explores this new sub genre the starting with Louise Erdrich reading from her latest novel you have eyebrows eyelashes even a little hair your foot prints and fingerprints are legible now and the complex components of your eyes have formed even though you will not open your legs for a couple of weeks site is the last sense to develop the nerve connections in your hands are still perfecting themselves your brain the big question mark has been making five thousand neurons every minute ever since you were four weeks old every nerve cell can make ten thousand connections all along the neurons have been totally migrating to their destinations I guess they just know where to go from the moment their form they travel in waves millions every day moving along pathways you've got all of your neurons billions and billions and with every second two million new connections are made between them more connections than stars in the sky that's from Louise tricks novel future home of the living god the main character cedar song maker is a young native American woman who finds out that she's pregnant justice society is beginning to crumble she's speaking here to her unborn child sitter song makers really talking to yourself about what's happening to her physically and in a way your first pregnancy is an incredibly abstract strange process so everything inside her is changing and it makes women intellectually precocious at the time because we have to try and absorb this very abstract thing that's happening we how can you believe there's another entire individual that you are forming inside of yourself you know it's happening all the time but it's crazy I had my someone I was fairly young when I was twenty five and I just had this real fascination in the fact that you could create another whole life the novel is Meghan hunter found her own pregnancy to be kind of a pot boiler it seemed to this kind of endlessly fascinating thing to be so it's not really a surprise that I've written a book about this in the end her book is the envy start from and like air tricks it begins with a pregnant woman in a dystopian scenario there's so many types of stories you can tell about having children so why science fiction pregnancy is science fiction that's probably involves well professor emeritus at eastern Illinois university she wrote a book called pregnancy in literature and film it's the idea that you have your own body and all of a sudden you're sharing it with an alien something in there that's making you throw up or making you sick that's changing the shape of your body and you have no control my goodness I'm sharing my body with someone I don't know and he's not giving me much sleep and I'm losing my life it's very frightening and it's difficult in ways that we don't ever talk about except in science fiction that's where we talk about it pregnancy was the great adventure it seems now great bravery to allow my lungs to be doubled in size as it said in the book to submit to the gulping placenta is any humans and monkeys who let the fetus feet from their own blood supply I read only humans and monkeys who let the young release themselves back into the mother set themselves into my need to explore in hunter's book I need new.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Against Meghan. Hunter says she was turned down for a promotion because of her it's higher hunter claims. She was told by her general manager, quote, we need you to dress more gender appropriate Wednesday, the ACLU filed a charge of discrimination against Chile's. Okay. So she is gay. And she says, you know, how this is how I dress. I dress with a men's button-down shirt, right? I've got some slacks on right? You know, my shoes. Yep. They kind of look like that guy over there. Who's also a manager. They're very similar. Yeah. That's how she dresses. Yeah. This is hard for me. It really is. Because the Catholic school boy in me says, you know, what they get to dictate your they're paying you a private company, they get to dictate what you wear and quite frankly, wouldn't you want to dress, quote, unquote, four six if this is impeding your success at a business. Like, if if if our boss said we've got to wear a tie every day in order to get a bonus. I wear a tie. I wouldn't I know and you wouldn't get a bonus. But my point is you kinda sort of. I like the fact that she's standing up for herself. But you cannot wear a t shirt and run a Bank you if I walk into a psychiatrist's office or doctor's office, and they're not dressed in a in a if they're dressed like they're going to a Jimmy Buffett concert. I don't trust them as a doctor. You know, what I mean, you expect a certain level of decorum? She's only going to do our job. Well, if she feels like herself if she's comforted by gain own skin. I yell at she's not comfortable wearing a dress. It's not our thing. Well, she has like are you? She asked the manager. Are you telling me that I'm not going to be promoted if I don't show some of my breast at this company about that? And the managers stupid said, well, that's not exactly what I'm saying. I would let basically saying that. I don't think she's dressing inappropriately. She's not she the thing. She's not she's not dressing inappropriately. But she's not dressing gender-specific man, wearing a dress. She's not wearing a blouse. She's where she admits it. I'm wearing a shirt, and it's a man shirt. And that's what I'm comfortable. I'd let her wear the man's shirt. Do your job you'll be fine. That's me be yourself. I want you to work. If you're going to be yourself. I don't want you to pretend that you're somebody. You're running a business and some guy walks in and flip flops in a t shirt. I mean, you gotta you gotta say, hey, we're running a business here. All right coming up next Tempe. Police. Let's start with this four teams have been shot by valley. Police officers so far in two thousand nineteen Tempe. Police shot and killed a fourteen year old boy was carrying an air soft gun do. Cops treat kids with guns differently from adults with guns next..

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Might get endorsed by the bigwigs of the Democratic Party. Which would be a big mistake. If I am Martha mcsally, and I know I'll have to run for reelection. I would love to run against you want you want the guy can't win. Absolutely cannot win a Senate seat. I never liked him. I it's not a personal thing. It is with me. I know it is with you. Because when we brought them on total bag actually absolutely cannot answer a question. Right. Listen, we have politicians on all the time. And sometimes you get some answers from them. And sometimes you don't. But but but the Hiba crap that this guy tried to sell us shout. Right. Was unreal. And we haven't had them back on the show. We call them on it. Yeah. Geigo was elected to his third house term in November. If he is elected to the Senate seat in twenty twenty it'd be the thirty zone and the first democrat to serve in the seat held by John McCain. He will not win I guarantee now he's there. There's no way. Gaydos. The number two local story on the all Arizona daily. Download women denied promotions at Chili's. Yeah. Now MAC, this is your favorite place to eat. It's either this or olive garden wrong. Well, there was a woman that works there. She wants to move up in Chile's said, you know, what maybe not Chili's restaurant is coming under fire after a former employee says she was discriminated against Meghan. Hunter says she was turned down for a promotion because of her attire hundred claims she was told by her general manager, quote, we need you to dress more gender appropriate Wednesday, the filed a charge of discrimination against Chile. So hunter is a lesbian, and she explained say, listen, you know, what I wear I wear a men's button up shirt slacks and shoes and these shoes are kind of similar to the guy over there. He's a manager for Chili's. And this is what I wear and they said, no, you need to dress in a feminine way. The the woman actually said her she told her boss, are you telling me I have to have my breasts hanging out in order to be successful for this company and the boss said will not in those words. So I just can she do the job or not see? That's it. That's it. But it's also about how you look, I don't know. Whether I don't know who really has a case here. I don't know if this woman has a case because you have to present yourself a certain way, and if they're a private company, they can tell you what to wear I don't know. Number one hacienda. Patients. Get tested. Yeah. The state of Arizona's requiring pregnancy as well as sexually trans- transmitted disease tests on every patient at this Phoenix facility where we know woman in a vegetative state gave birth. Well, I think they're family members don't want to know if their families that want to know, what members of their family who are there and our patients if they were sexually assaulted, right? And the only way you can do that is to test. So I think I think you have to do it. It's it's a very uncomfortable situation. What's going on over there? But I gotta tell you everybody got a DNA tests that works there. Who's a man that had to happen? The patients they're going to get tested.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"You're diagnosed sleep disorder, whatever. It's one of the things we're talking for recorded. Do you ever have one of those friends that you're like man like we should be really good friends? But the time it was just not right. You know, like, you're you're about to move or you just moved in town. And I'm about to I'm friends with everybody. You are. Okay. Well, this is unique to immigrant five. But it's like it's one of those situations where like man, I should have liked this. But I didn't Kacem smell is great this fellow mister robot the scores in these episodes. Yes are incredible. Honestly, that's what kept me. Awake. Most of the time. Because when these characters got to talk in it got real slow in this. That's the tough this the rub of adapting a fictional podcasts. There's so much talking. Right, right. There's not I think that's why you cast people. I Julia Roberts, and is a Stephan James is that who you said, yes, you cast to electric performers. I didn't I watched this. I thought I don't know what. Julia roberts. I don't know if she's doing good. You know, like, I'm not saying she's doing bad. I'm saying, I don't know. It's where you don't know how to evaluate is. So someone is being Julia Roberts or someone like crushing it right now. I don't know. I just didn't know when I watched this seven James he was like electric because I don't know him. So every time because we don't have a good sense of like who is because really Robert says and do a ton of like, we don't know her whole personal life because she's not like drew Barrymore who we know everything about her life. She has but like Julia Roberts. It's still kind of like she likes us in real life is she acting. But look she wore that ugly wig. She didn't great job. I thought the I thought the show is great. And just like you said we can agree to disagree. Although in where I live we handle political discourse with saying, you're doofus, you don't know. Okay now. Okay. We can do that. If you want. I'm revisit this a couple years like when I'm not whatever sleep deprived or whatever's going on. But man, like, I wonder what like the so bad, and it just didn't work out for me. But maybe other people like it. I hope they do. Okay. So what is your green light migrant is a book by Meghan hunter? It's called the end we start from. This was sent for me by the bookshelf. They sent it to me in their shelf subscription. I waited a few months to read this because as basically about a mom who has a child in the middle of the world falling apart start, really my corner. I don't love that kind of stuff. I love the clips. Yeah. You do any like the sad stuff. And this is very much that, but it's a small book. So they're pretty quick. It's really well done. It's there's a lot of emotions you feel the things, but as beautifully written. I don't know if feels like, you know, it's that elegant apocalypse adjacent. You know? It's not that gritty kind of like it's like the book of them. It's like station eleven it's kinda got that vibe. But with a more familiar tone. So I really I really enjoyed it. I think people enjoy it as read it. All right. That's gonna do it for this episode of the podcast and guys from before you go. Let me I want to recognize a couple of people here. I don't know if you know, I did write a book, I feel like we've mentioned it maybe once or twice once or twice. Do you think broadly people are more excited to read the book or just to never hear about it again? I think it's probably the latter. No. It's such a good book. It's a legitimate good book. It's so good. But there have been so many incredible people still doing stuff to help get the book asshole under read some of their names, Emily Gardner, Aaron more, Audrey SRA. Katy hayes. Andy Parrish, Robin Griffith. Amy. No, Gina FOX, Sarah. Abner Clark Courtney Kaufman. Hon handle nail that. I think I did Melissa Lassiter and one of our OG friends of the show Chris name. So these are all people who've really hope to get the word out, but the book and a super super duper. Appreciate it..

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thing that's happening we how can you believe there's another entire individual that you are forming inside of yourself you know it's happening all the time but it's crazy i had my someone i was fairly young when i was twenty five and i just had this real facination in the fact that you could create another whole life the novel meghan hunter found her own pregnancy to be kind of a potboiler it seemed this kind of endlessly fascinating thing to be so it's not really a surprise that i've written a book about this in the end her book is the end we start from and like air tricks it begins with a pregnant woman in a dystopia and scenario there's so many types of stories you can tell about having children so why science fiction pregnancies science fiction that's probably in boswell professor emeritus at eastern illinois university she wrote a book called pregnancy in literature and film it's the idea that you have your own body and all of a sudden you're sharing it with an alien something in there that's making you throw up or making you sick that's changing the shape of your body and you have no control oh my goodness i'm sharing my body with someone i don't know and he's not giving me much sleep and i'm losing my life it's very frightening and it's difficult in ways that we don't ever talk about except in science fiction that's where we talk about it pregnancy was the great adventure it seems now the great bravery to allow my lungs to be doubled in size as it said in the books to submit to the goping center it is any humans a monkeys who let the fetus feed from their own blood supply i read only humans and monkeys who let their young release themselves back into the mother float themselves into her minute explorers hunter's book an unnamed new mother in her newborn infant fees hardship alone on the run from rising floodwaters but to her the extreme weather outside seems almost banal compared to the truly awesome science happening inside her womb this a scifi dimension and this was slightly uncanny sense to it i remember being really shocked when i read that your cells fetuses for found in the mother's brain you know i found some scientific article about that so when the baby's is in their cells actually go up into your brain i.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thing that's happening how can you believe there's another entire individual that you are forming inside of yourself you know it's happening all the time but it's crazy i have my someone i was fairly young when i was twenty five and i just had this real fascination in the fact that you could create another whole life the novel meghan hunter found her own pregnancy to be kind of a potboiler it seemed this kind of endlessly fascinating thing to be so it's not really a surprise that i've written a book about this in the end her book is the end restart from and like airdrie it begins with a pregnant woman in a dystopia and scenario there's so many types of stories you can tell about having children so why science fiction pregnancies science fiction that's partly in boswell professor emeritus at eastern illinois university she wrote a book called pregnancy in literature and film it's the idea that you have your own body and all of the sudden you're sharing it with an alien something in there that's making you throw up or making you sick that's changing the shape of your body and you have no control oh my goodness i'm sharing my body with someone i don't know and he's not giving me much sleep and i'm losing my life it's very frightening and it's difficult in ways that we don't ever talk about except in science fiction that's where we talk about it pregnancy was the great adventure it seems now the great bravery to allow my lungs to be doubled in size said in the books to submit to the gulping percenter it is any humans monkeys who let the fetus feed from their own blood supply i read only humans and monkeys who let their young release themselves back into the mother float themselves into her minute explorers in hunter's book an unnamed new mother in her newborn infant phase hardship alone on the run from rising floodwaters but to her the extreme weather outside seems almost banal compared to the truly awesome science happening inside her womb this aside i mentioned this a slightly uncanny sense to it i remember being really shocked when i read the cells of fetuses for found in the mother's brain you know i found some scientific article about that so when the baby's is in the sales actually go up into your brain i.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

"That piece was produced by Zoe. Saunders MAry Saunders favorite daughter, Gloria called her own Kellet show one day at a time is on. Coming up. Pregnancy was the great adventure. It seems now the great bravery. Epic adventure that lasts nine months to allow my lungs to be doubled in size as it said in the books to submit to the goping Senta. That's next on studio. Three sixty. Children of men Afonso terrific film from two thousand six stars. Clive Owen as a guide determined to protect the world's last pregnant woman in this distortion, twenty twenty seven Britain. He's helped me. She's pregnant. I know. Despite the global species significance of her pregnancy, it is Owens character who is definitely that movie's star as they run away together from police and terrorists. Our point of view is his this, our studio three sixty is all about motherhood, and I'm happy to report. There's some new works of fiction about pregnant women where the women are the unambiguous heroes, like children of men. These are stories set in dystopia 's, but the mothers in these stories protect themselves and their babies studio, three sixty producers always Saunders spoke with some of these writers beginning with Louise Airdrie. You have eyebrows eyelashes, even a little hair, your foot prints and fingerprints are legible now, and the complex components of your eyes have formed even though you will not open your lids for a couple of weeks. Site is the last sense to develop the nerve connections in your hands are still perfecting themselves your brain. The big question Mark has been making five thousand neurons every minute ever since you were four weeks old, every nerve cell can make ten thousand connections all along. The neurons have been steadily migrating to their destinations. I guess they just nowhere to go from the moment they're formed. They travel in waves millions every day. Moving along gleeful pathways. You've got all of your neurons now, billions and billions. And with every second, two million new connections are made between them more connections than stars in the sky. That's from Luisa novel future home of the living God. The main character cedar song maker is a young native American woman who finds out that she's pregnant just as -ociety is beginning to crumble. She's speaking here to her unborn child sitter song makers really talking to herself about what's happening to her physically. And in a way your first pregnancy is an incredibly abstract strange process. So everything inside her is changing and it makes women intellectually precocious at the time because we have to try and absorb this very abstract thing that's happening. How can you believe there's another entire individual that you are forming inside of yourself? You know, it's happening all the time, but it's crazy. I have my someone. I was fairly young when I was twenty five. And I just had this real facination in the fact that you could create another whole life. The novel. Meghan hunter, found her own pregnancy to be kind of a potboiler. It seemed this kind of endlessly fascinating thing to be. So it's not really a surprise. I've written a book about this in the end. Her book is the end start from and like air drinks. It begins with a pregnant woman in a dystopia scenario. There's so many types of stories you can tell about having children. So why science fiction pregnancies. So it's fiction. That's partly in Boswell, professor emeritus at eastern Illinois university. She wrote a book called pregnancy in literature and film. It's the idea that you have your own body and all of a sudden you're sharing it with an alien something in there that's making you throw up or making you sick. That's changing the shape of your body and you have no control. Oh my goodness. I'm sharing my body with someone, I don't know, and he's not giving me much sleep and I'm. Losing my life. It's very frightening, and it's difficult in ways that we don't ever talk about except in science fiction. That's where we talk about it. Pregnancy was the great adventure. It seems now the great bravery to allow my lungs to be doubled in size, as it said in the books submit to the goping placenta. It is only humans, monkeys who let the fetus feed from the own blood supply. I read only humans, monkeys who let young release themselves into the mother float themselves into her minute explores.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Meaning were paying for the second of aide on here's what un so it's not just for like historical things so here's where i he's ugly lingering viewer in his so hurry hawkal so for all the pitch on as went on board with copy editor on certain words and one of the choices was neil versus melts new like oh they're both were there in the new the dictionary both are in use that i will which one is more common in which was on the upswing which was on the downswing so we will enter gambhir can show you trajectory of words not as you can see that things like nelson is going away and kneeled is coming up so are looking at the old rather than melt because if we will anagram for your article yes my one cool thing is up we're serena bookstore and i want it is is a bookstore staff picks on which are very very good thing as though the becomes is looking to recommend is out meghan hunters the end we start from um and i only know about this but because three days and a lifetime ago i was in san francisco doing of event just like this and beforehand i was talking with one of the clerks about like o t taught me through sort of what happens with a staff hicks as if she's talking about why she picked the books around shelf harold tie on him she described it like wilted this book sounds incredible as though i would not have noted natural human being in a small independent book store plenty to it may have his book the start from is written in this really stressed out show to you the centers of is there's tiny little sentences it feels almost more like a pole the all all recently the this is how it comes to be asia's complement is complicated knowledge again antidrugs packing supplies making ready the story actually follows some sort of global apocalypse and flood but it's from told him the point of view of his woman who is a newborn baby and basically kind of what happens next is really done is sort of feels like the road from of of of young mothers wanted do really well done so on as encourage people.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The magnitude of the disaster they have to leave at home i'm they have to travel from place to place seeking shelter finding somewhere safe to live and the book medi just follows that path seekie focusing on this mother and this baby and how that relationship grows in this dangerous situation the book is called the end we start from and though meghan hunter was a few years past the daytoday challenges of caring for a newborn she says her experience did help shape this story i renting of these books that you read about you know you'll babies first twelve months so you know what what to expect and we know when your baby does they so that and really i found you know that they were any sort of touching the very sort of and basic level the experience i want to to really go into the experience at a sort of deep poetically tree level and also that there is a very particular atmosphere around i think the first year of a baby's life for most people especially their first baby which is quite surreal is quite disorientating they have a sense of dislocation and a sense of being apart from the rest of the world um i was just interested in how the atmosphere might be mirrored m in a more sort of global situation in a in a in really a catastrophe that takes place and beyond dina the level of a single family it so it was really putting those two ideas together that the atmosphere of new motherhood and a kind of disturb pean restart of the whole of life that really gave the book is beginning we can't talk about this book without talking about breastfeeding since is no very there's quite a through line in the math this guy that so vividly so we love to hear a little arcane these are the remains of a life it seems the unsavory it the save it days a thin now stretch so much that time polls through them yesterday like today i had a full stomach my breast too hard or soft kind of clock of their own now without internet without phone reception there is this the filling the empty the lumping a sievinen gorge breast the tingling of its release there is this.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of that magnitude of the disaster they have to leave at home and they have to travel from place to place seeking shelter finding somewhere safe to live and the book merely just follows that path particularly focusing on this mother and this be and how their relationship grows in this dangerous situation the book is called the end we start from and though meghan hunter was a few years past the data challenges of caring for a newborn she says her experience did help shape this story i ranting of these books that you read about you know you'll babies first twelve months so you know what what to expect and we know when your baby does this or that and really i don't they were any sort of touching the very sort of and basic love of the experience i want to to really go the experience are at a sort of deep poetically tree level and also that there is a very particular atmosphere around i think the first year of a baby's life for most people especially that first baby is quite surreal it's quite disorientating they have a sense of dislocation and the sense of being apart from the rest of the world are naked in how the atmosphere might be mirrored m in a more sort of global situation in a in a in really a catastrophe that takes place beyond dina the level of a of a single family sought so it was really putting those two ideas together that the atmosphere of new motherhood and a kind of disturb pean restart of the whole of life really gave the book is beginning we can't talk about this book without talking about breastfeeding since is blades very there's quite a through line in the moment mattress you describe it so vividly so we love to hear a little arcane these are the remains of a life it seems the unsafe it the days a thin now stretch so much that time polls through them yesterday like today about a full stomach my breasts will hard or soft kind of clock of their own now without net without phone reception there is this the filling the emptying the lumping a seven engorge breast the tingling of its release there is this was it a conscious decision to write it in the way that you did incredibly sparse not actually naming characters but giving them initials making it feel more like a poem then a really detailed narrative yes i mean it started off in in very much in the.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I i got to decide us about a david price i don't know what his deal as but he says he's done target of the media on days when he's not pitching evidently as angry i guess it was because he got a lit up in the bronx on thursday night the yankees got dan easy an early and often sanchez was jagger lawn ball as the whole deal but here's what he says now david price i'm not cautious edged the same me i don't tired of the media every day like i did last year and i guess i get blown up for that that i was honest with everything they ask me last year and i get blown up for that so they did this to themselves talk demand the day i pitch and that said there are no more personal interviews as phnom are asking me questions on a personal level that's done you know how pathetic is this guy like seriously did like you don't matter that much except again paid like you do the guys meghan hunter it's a millions of dollars isn't any it sounds like your job to like seriously not only pitch and a win and not spend like all season on a deal but actually like in a town like boston you're not gonna talk you're not going to do interviews good luck but that it only get worse for you if you don't talk they're going to bash even more now you think you've got it all figured on you're going to shed the media in boston they're gonna spee did you think you got it all like like what is this tampa i mean i mean all you are just going to get small plug a cigar by these people they're gonna make it even worse i mean bottom line is you'd is having lived up to it in boston at all since they gave you that fat money and you don't want to tide anybody because you've basically sought since you've been there has that for the bottom line has ever reality and they did this to themselves how 'bout you're doing it the everybody and yourself you've been off all usoc and now you want tagged anybody but government our dear little doggy then seriously are you kidding me what do you think tell me how he did tonight carbon high tonight he didn't do very well at all as usual.

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"meghan hunter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"meghan hunter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Of his mother is is a kind of a racket he car but at the same time his father's a terrible scene at the end of his father's life where his father's body is kind of kidnapped back to the the by his parents back to the the the cemetry in arkansas where they come from and his so his mother feels she's been doubly bereaved not only is she lost her husband so you get this kind of the sense of america twentiethcentury america emerging out of this kind of rule the rule swamp and becoming kind sophisticates and yet despite us of swampy this sounds extremely precise elliot very ford lightweight sound putting on a may say as far as you know that parental men wyoming blake more smerch wonderful on the bean lots of them moslem dot she's running in the family it's writeup them nights it's a mole i'm a huge richard ford fan but i think this this is a small perfect must have peace and if you're if you're even remotely interested in just to in a way how language can transform the most fundamental things the relationship between apparent and child bids just a peaceful book john you've wetted math are definitely without description of midcentury dining table as well at sounds great between them remembering my parents by richard ford is out now published by bloomsbury in the uk and echo press in the united states let's move on now to the new novel bite poets and writers meghan hunter the end we start from is her widely acclaimed debut and only bookshelves yesterday john set the story live it fourth swim region in wet very simple storylines a woman who is expecting a baby.

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