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"mita" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"mita" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"Yeah. And i think a lot of people out there. Yeah i definitely my sheet. I'm going to be talking about a life practice and this is called schmidt dot and this has originated as a religious practice. So you may have heard of it before depending on your religious background or what you know but it has become a concept that applies in many other places beyond the jewish faith. The idea of this is taking a break on the seventh year and with this idea doing things six years with intensity with intention but then taking outbreak and seven is a number that was chosen but you could even take different cycles but the idea of taking this break is an important part of it. An example sabbatical years. So that's something that i'm really familiar with because i'm an academia and in fact we do i have taken six years and then on. The seventh took a sabbatical year. And that is another way. You could even do that outside of academia you could try to set it up or you take a break from your regular job. in agriculture. The idea here is leading the land rest. And that is an agricultural practice stored food taking this time. If you're storing for a long time this concept of then sharing and distributing among community members during this time. That's more of rest of sharing another concept inch. Mita is that private lands become useful to the public in the seventh year and in that seventh year. This is my favorite one. Debts are forgiven. I love that so this gives us something to contemplate. I love this so much because the economics of the current world always have a striving to do more to make more to reach mardi grow more. It doesn't encourage us to pause to stop and reflect and to share so my question is what can we learn from this concept of schmidt. Ooh i love it. I have been trying to take a sabbatical work for a long time. I get a two week. Sabbatical in january goes some called the justification. Some call that a working vacation superfund working. Yes absolutely but yes. Wow yeah i'm all for it super interesting about using that concept in other areas which i've heard but never really i guess realized that it was kind of back to this principle which is super fascinating and i love that and it's obviously there's also proof that it works it. It's a good idea. Yes so not just for yourself your mind in your own creativity and a reset but for the land for all these other applications. It's very proven. It seems to me very cool. It just even the idea talking about it just calms me down or something about it if we all did this even once in a while it doesn't have to be every seven years but it just it just feel like we're always rushing a panel obsolete and all of that especially states. There's very much in you know. Work work work and put in overtime in. You're not doing well last year. Going above and beyond which i am not against working hard i have. I have two jobs right now. And i've had three jobs pretty much two to three jobs my entire life since i was fourteen so i love hard work. I love to work hard. But also as i'm getting older i'm like you know what i also enjoy time to chill out reset and just take that time for yourself. I think it will in the long run benefit a lot more. So thank you so much sharing rock on. Don't forget you can get all the show notes on our website and ten bessis dot com slash ten rings. That's one zero. Bestest dot com slash one zero rings all right. Thank you so much appreciate it. I am going to talk about this cool. Sheet mental called the joy planner. I love this so much. Okay so i believe that this was originally intended for the workplace or group situations. But i would say that. This is actually very perfect for individual use and reflection so start by asking you the question to write down. I you write down the month. Then it says what does joy feel like to me so tells you sit down. Take a deep breath. Listened to the sounds around you. Where are you. What do you hear a now that you are in the present moment. What are three things that you notice. What is someone that brings you joy in this environment. What's positive thought or picture that you can take with you for the rest of the day. Then it talks about. I feel joy win and you make a list to three moments brought you joy over the past month no matter how small be specific. Broadly and don't judge so they tell you to write down a moment list. What you were doing in those moments who you were with. This is very important to who you were with describing that feeling and again as much detail is possible. Two or three moments. Then who can you surround yourself to bring yourself more joy and this will naturally come about once you start logging these moments and who you with and what you were doing. You'll see a pattern. So he then you start to name that people that bring you joy maybe make a little bit more of a priority to hang out with them. It also more things. They make pry joy a priority. What's the smallest thing you can do to create a feeling of joy in your personal life this month so you write it down couple examples again then how to make it a habit be more aware and mindful the joyful moments rate them down as they happen so that way. You'll have this log of the things that are happening. You call you kind of they call it a joy generator so once you have this list then you can reflect on it and make more of those moments is just such a really cool practice and again it will work for a group situation maybe a workplace but i think as an individual to have this joy journal. I carried out the exercise while you were talking. Oh cool yes. I breathed. I'm sitting here and you said one of the questions was what's something that has asked you in this environment. Here now with brian. And what's your joy gripe before we started recording. We were looking at comments. That people have gone previous episodes. And i have to say. I love reading your comments early. We we have so much fun making this for you and that that we get feedback on it and that you're enjoying it and it just i love it. Yeah that's a big one. I was really feeling that right now. Because we're recording right now. Yeah i love it. And this whole joy. Joy planner joy planner. And it's all free. It's all downloadable for free a dropbox form as lillies we'll be in our show notes tempests dot com slash ten rings..
"mita" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"It's not always that easy for me to be too late. Yes yes but they're living it and you know studying it and just as into it as i am. So why not take their feedback. When i feel like it's really stronger. If the whole group is really truly feeling away then it's something for mita raises. A flag should definitely give it a lesson. Absolutely that's great advice right there Okay so so much has changed for sure and you mentioned something about a transition when you were. I believe on your high school team where it went from traditional to trying to get a little bit more progressive So that's hard because you know those of us that are still Involved that are a little bit older. We we still love the traditional. But you know we're trying to stay current so what are some changes that you've seen and some things that we need to do to make sure that we stay current. Yeah i mean. I think there's definitely a happy medium. I was on a traditional kick team my freshman year. We danced with the band. You know we went to band camp and now we're on the field and had our formations and then my sophomore year. It sort of evolved to or wish the band but we're not there just sort of leaving us a space on the field route. They're together but we're not really doing so much and then my senior year. I don't think we were performing with the band other than like homecoming or whatever. It was But i think it's important to know the roots of your program and no the traditions of your programs and hold onto it so by the time making back around to coaching my my former team which was also a really special experience. I had this amazing set of mentors of the woman who started the program Connie mosier she started gable. carpio Coached it for you know. Decades and ms lowell..
"mita" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio
"He no ooh natures. Just a dig that so. That's a brand new one that you've come up with and that's not on Of course is not laid out on a on an album yet. They'll probably get extended from that. But that's the that's the bare bones. I like it. I like that. Well thanks for sharing that with us and the listeners. If you like we go to some Quickfire questions real quick This is kind of a a little segment that i like to do. I just like just throw out the first answer that comes to mind. You don't have to elaborate unless you want to kind of keep it concise. But the first one is strike cats or elvis elvis carl perkins or jerry lee lewis. Oh that's the toughest one I'm going to say jerry lewis. Which is crazy. Carl perkins's one of my favorite guitar players on the planet. One hundred percent. Like that's would be a number one go-to guy but jerry lewis Really really effected my guitar. Plan my my guitar style. I learned how to play the guitar. Because i wanted to play the guitar. Like he played the piano. Yeah and and so much of my tonk in boogie. Woogie stuff come is straight straight out of the book of of jerry. Lewis crazy jerry jerry lewis trivia question for you maybe maybe i'm wrong but where where is he from where to. Where was he born to. you remember. he's louisiana guy. Yeah yeah faraday. Fair day louisiana a threat. Yeah yep knew that five. My my cousin Gene dillard she summa mom's side of the family she she worked for jerry lee in alabama really long time. Yeah that muscle shoals thing. Yeah yeah well i i. It's interesting. I watched a documentary the other day about muscle shoals and if you remember the line and skittered song muscle shoals it has got the swampers. I never knew what the swampers were dino. The crew the the musicians like i never knew. Like what the hell's swamp right so these shoes that i've got these. I i saw a picture of of jerry lee and it was his latest birthday that he had an all of all of his family Mickey gilley and everyone their standard. I'm so happy and just like grabbed him on his shoulders and everything and he's sitting in this chair with his feet propped up in these these white shoes white shoes and he's got this this huge snarl on his face and he's kicked up a toll mom story and she said well john janis. Mom talks like this. He's southern belle said johnny. You will those What he would call his go to hell shoot. That means. He can wear those shoes where he wants to keep his chin up high. And i was like. Yeah i bought two pairs louis anita fair. that's awesome. That's a great story behind the shoe. There what about tv or radio. Tv guy or radio radio guy. perfect vacation for john evans. Punta mita mexico or Yeah on on the beach in mexico s about coral blue green water. That's that's we believes that area acoustic or electric both strategy telecaster telecaster but we already covered this when producing performing depends on. How much whiskey ahead exactly rock or rockabilly rock early bird or night owl. I know favorite place to play. You can plead the fifth on that one too. If you like mcgonigal's monkey done and town here. Yeah yeah the duck. I'll have a. I think a staple artists that has played there. A lot of years is committed to do my show shake. Russell shakes awesome. Yeah yeah shakes. So i haven't got. Yeah i haven't got him on the We haven't scheduled anything yet. But i've got some confirmation that he'll do the show with me so i'm looking forward to that one. Yeah he's a great guy. Good good friends with jack saunders who get host dessel in town. Yep your favorite song to play live. You have one like this. Is my this song right here. This is i know you love all your babies and you don't call any of them ugly but is there one that sticks out in your mind that is just. It is just a good live song. Oh man Hot rod country. Okay off which release that would be off of Unlucky thirteen or is no. That's on lolly gagging. Okay sat on. Lolly gagging lolly gagging Lucky thirteen they run together now and that wasn't a quick question. I wasn't trying to stomp you. But yeah i like okinawan nice What about Formal training or play by ear. Play by your number one influential musician or band Might sound. Strange hank williams. Yeah he wrote From songwriter standpoint. He he in my opinion wrote it all and he wrote it in the simplest format so used the fewest amount of words and got the most impact out of every word. That's the goal for me. Yeah right and songs is like. That's i think that's where the genius in the song is can say it in the fused amount of words for sure. Yeah i never thought of it that way. 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"mita" Discussed on Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi
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"mita" Discussed on KCRW
"If any beds to care for covert 19 patients. Medical equipment, including ventilators is being sent to India by other countries, including the U. S. As she asked me to product reports beginning tomorrow, India is expanding covert 19 vaccine eligibility to all adults. Anyone above 18 will be eligible for a covert 19 vaccine in India. But many states have said they won't be able to administer shots because they've run out of supplies. All vaccination centers in India's financial hub Mumbai will remain closed throughout the weekend. Has than 2% of India's nearly 1.4 billion people are fully vaccinated. The Indian government is rushing to set up new oxygen generation plants as covered patients dive waiting for medical oxygen. For NPR news. I'm such Mita partook in Hyderabad, India. Turkey is under its strictest coronavirus lockdown. Since the pandemic began last year, Security forces are patrolling the streets of large cities and setting up checkpoints to control travel. Those measures will run at least through May. 17th. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. Yeah. On this Friday. You are listening to kcrw. I'm Cherry Glaser. Good to have you here. Still ahead on morning edition members of the World Trade Organization are meeting today to discuss a proposal to temporarily suspend patents on coping 19 vaccines. Coming up, you'll hear about the potential impact and the chances of that happening. Plenty of sunshine on tap again today highs. The effort sixties and seventies Xavier near the beach, Upper eighties and nineties, and the valleys could even hit the century market a couple spots. Now The marine layer is expected to make a comeback tonight and that's gonna being temperatures down significantly tomorrow.
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"You know i always. I always bent the rule. My art okay. So that's when. I decided to do. You know the that dungeon party because it was really a A variety show. And i know a lot of people like why would you do that. Why would you make fun of that. You know whatever but for me. I was like ours way. If i was away from me to express myself you know into show. How silly stupid the whole concept that was to me is like you have to kill negative. Press with something else you get. What i'm saying. Live by the press. I by the press as agley so those things those negative things in all that is out there in the world. Then i want to put out a creative project that is so well so over the top that people that when they talk about it all you see. Is this bomb party. That shows up when you google it. All you see these people that had fun and had a good time rich. All these people dressed up in you know i. I said i was just going to change the narrative what that was and so some people may not agree with. How did that. But when you think about i was able to take something that was said about me. That was so terrible. And i made a whole national tour of it that sold out in multiple cities. It would be odd. Dressed up in the era participated. I think i made the best that situation. You don need to go work for the us government. 'cause y'all be cooking up together but say in inauguration wrong that situation is still is hurtful. Unanimity back and think about those days. I try not to really think about it. You know because clearly enforcer trying to move on and being a better place in at just want to put the whole situation behind me. But i figured if i made an art forum or of it something that is more fun in a more playful than i could stop harboring the ill will. Isn't it amazing when you get the secret. How and you've been like this bitch acting mike. She mother theresa may wash. He had it in her but went through her mouth in you to be doing all kinds of stuff all times when i is the speaking of the show. Whatever is when these girls come up here. It's crazy about me. And i'd be lying if they only knew yes honey. Luckily for them. I don't really like Spreading people's t. That hasn't already been talked about him so and stuff like that or it. They didn't talk about it on cameras of like no. That's wrong for me to Mita put people on blast. Or whatever. So i had the one time had to present the the text message on this show but i i try not to do. This is because i just kind of like you know though we had fell out or whatever. Were you mad at somebody or whatever. There was a time that we had some type of bond. Where you feel comfortable. Sharing that with me with the cameras weren't around so i try not to read men up. You bring up stuff in people on blast and say stuff you know crazy. Whatever they finally get it i would. That would be my jam to you. Guys thanks for listening and do not forget to subscribe subscribe subscribe. Mb short come back every week for another four of your favorite celebrity..
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"mita" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"Heal even if they never heal at all even if it actually winds up making a health worse because their attitude ones putting more pressure on them on the system in the stress ones are putting pressure on the blood pressure and or even on on their breathing even on the rates of infections. And you know that a more positive outlook you have a better chance of beating infection. This is without antibiotics then than this being a negative all time. 'cause you lower your immune system when you're negative you help rise it when you're more positive. And that's the one of the reasons what is a real connections all of these things so he does this okay. it's a new field. It's called a of neuroscience cold neural aesthetics so you use the mri and study people's brains who've done art watching to see what happens to them. What's going on okay. So i really find that incredible. He actually did this with people who went to see them. Michelangelo's sistine chapel and check out all of the various Ceiling paintings the see was bring look like afterwards the astounding and then of course there is a there's a big sculpture From nikki De la saint valley's a giant sculpture where people enter into the sculpture. And you're actually entering into vaginal opening. Yeah i'm not trying to sound duty here. But that's that's the that's the sculpture. Your walk into this thing and i guess it's supposed to have some some symbolical metaphor meaning. God i hope so because Walking into a giant vaginal area that that'd be about art but he actually did. Mri's on those people who did that too. And of course found that people had a a stimulation gone on not that kind but you know in their brain and actually help them improve. So that i thought was incredible. It really is k. A. says right here that he believes neural networks of forming. And there of course becoming hines and then you have more states have connectivity because of your experience with this art okay. Art and his words can both scoped using art word and caress our brains okay. A work of art moves us and we used to say that and the metaphor away at moves me. This poem moves. Mita painting moves me. Guess what he's trying to say. No no no it actually moves you not metaphorically something in your brain is moved to heighten itself to be stimulated so incredibly enough yet. The the moving that's going on is actually something physical. That's happening in your brain because of your art experience because of you connecting that way now helps more things connection your mind okay. He said it helps the process at of mirror. Neurons are.
India introduces new rules to regulate online content
"To regulate content on social media. This comes after a serious of tussles between the government and online platforms over disputed content. You should meet a Pataki has more. The new rules require social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter to swiftly remove posts the government says are illegal. Earlier this month in response to violent farmer protests. In January, the Indian government ordered Twitter to block hundreds of accounts. Little complied at first, but soon unblocked some of the accounts, including that of a news magazine after an outcry will press freedom. The new guidelines also covered digital news outlets. Cabinet minister broke our job, Riker told reporters. Press Freedom is crucial for democracy. But let me also tell you that every freedom has to be responsible Freedom. Javadi could also announced similar rules for streaming platforms, including Netflix and Amazon. For NPR news. I'm such Mita partook in Mumbai.
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"mita" Discussed on IINK Podcasts
"Don't talk to you. it knocked on it. She taught me lots and lots of patients Many people actually say the dog with not grouped some even found it beautiful but who needs bookcases and it was both sad experience unhappy extremes on some because this lockdown gay lost my grandmother and at the same time i recovered from the shock by creatively being but with created things painting in grafton distracting taught me lots and lots of patients and tweeted diamonds in this and we have to be very list time so we should do whatever we want to sleep. Serie i so agree with you. That's we have a limited time so Coming back to publishing like like both regional for. What is the most unethical practice in the publishing industry. Do you should see many lighters. Steeled i walked some other riders winner. I did his writing something. Maybe it's studio four g. She's using sorts right. That boy isn't it so is easily stealing these work and gaining all the team. So i think that is most. 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"mita" Discussed on IINK Podcasts
"Bill we after mink and this is ian burke part guys twenty twenty and today's session against is online only does lucia. So let's stop this. I'm playing okay. Let's start with the interview then soil. First question is how you started. I like what made you write for the first time actually and started writing quite before when i was in school i strike trauma i read. I can condition than i normally whichever things like like like the relief moving founder. Move quite interesting. So i wrote about that movie shootings say straits duties courts I actually started writing off to a compassionate on instagram. Nick did and then the compilers of entomology contacted me and oxley to get in there and then get started. It's really nice. Who inspired you. The most i mean which led to this field. My favorite authors be negotiated. I like striding right from the beginning and actually he acting we like him and that's how it started production. That's really nice. That's really nice so upbeat the like what's the biggest thing you have. You achieved if you dismal. Because too i think i achieved seeing wti addition books. That's great now you the clean so which of the first book you that. Like story betrayal anything. The first book i it was stolen it was the mook was dead beautiful towards this story. Oh okay okay. And i saw a little closer. Didn't buy redone over okay. That's really nice. That's really nice so Now another question for you. You're happen your happiness. you'll happiest inside sad but added spot of being a right. Would you say the happiest writing. According to my wish may talks out and again say the seeing mytalk publishing happy. But this part i see a few pollino say that okay you editors but what you do for learning yeah game to see the official cicely. This is just like From doing for interest nothing to take seriously so that that makes them sad make change when he get their minds it. Because it's not happening. If the do that for more. I mean they initially be i think. differ initiating the reasons and. Can you climb. I've been going good. And i knowing him the and i am able to write also that the problem is sometimes i think spelling this getting mistakes so this other thing that forbid forbid laking in the glow indian in the send them so that most eighteen english okay. So now i'd like to know your thoughts about like what do you think about independence of writer and their thoughts. What i believe is tops free felix board and not only right to everyone have the right experience it meter or any other person so what i think is issued independently express. He's a her coach and the other side of maybe he or she's not liking it but you'd accept it positively instead of criticizing or insulting create like were constructive. Criticism should be there instead of sarcasm onto this very discussion of could calmed. Yes yes yes so. If you're chance if you judge. Roy moore court. What do you think at first like if you go if you judge four or what do you think forced to What what else could i. I ask the team. Yeah i mean The question that if you judge judge a quota point what do you think that subsequent at the point like a cool. Okay okay okay. And he's actually i. I find it really easy right. A coat efforts. Whatever the things that i can easily the into the rating point. Oh kill the of course overtime. But that's a line number ten. Yeah it feels yeah. That's one case a coach. It is a bit easy. So all locate. Now don't be stopped gets so like many people don was not. That good was not happy. I on the summit was creative for some For summit wisconsin. Some working.
"mita" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"From Coast to Coast Border the border up into Canada. What's ahead today or some best of segments that we've chosen from recent weeks and we hope you'll enjoy kicking off the new year with them again over the next two hours, 20 to anyone. I like the sound of that, and I want to let you all know that Robert and I are looking forward to being back with you live next week at this time when we return on January, 9th If you haven't yet voted in our current travel poles, they are up for you. R m world travel dot com We help you check them out right now or sometime today, and now we want to take you back to our October 24th show when we were joined by Genevieve Shaw Brown of ABC is Good Morning America to talk the repositioning of resorts for school cations. Here's Genevieve. Thank you so much for having me nice having you here, So let's have this hotel trend. It's not something that existed before 2020 and the Corona virus pandemic. It certainly is an example of making lemonade out of lemons on really what we like is. It shows how hotels are working hard to come up with ways to attract guests with school aged kids. So before we get into some of the specific hotel properties you've covered on this topic, I think it's probably a good place for us to start with you letting everybody know out there. Exactly what school cation is kind of in that broad sense. Okay. School cation is like a kid's dream Come true, right? So instead of sitting home with Mom and dad in their house doing there, zoom calls. Doing their work sheets in their remote learning their instead doing it at a vacation destination. And you know, there are plenty of places doing this. Around the country in Mexico. So the kind of vacation you know you wanna take for your school cation eyes really depended on you know your family preferences, of course, but the gist of it is That the properties are offering everything from like classroom type setup to actual tech support to tutors to get the kids through the school day and then even have things like after school activities. So Mom and dad, you need to do the work of relax. They could make sure the kids are getting their school done. And you sort of taking advantage of you know what? Please. God, we hope is a once in a lifetime opportunity to do this. Yes, And you know sound. Genevieve has you're saying this? This is definitely a kid's dream Come true, But to me as a parent, it sounds like it might be pretty dreamy for parents out there, too. So let's get into some of these properties and locations that you covered that you're aware, offering some sort of package or the very least happy's on site programs to help kids. Learn virtually while Mom and dad or maybe poolside with a margarita. That might be where I would be. I really like this idea. So let's start with the four seasons. Punta Mita, that is a very popular destination. US. Systems can now fly the Mexico So tell us what they're doing. Yes, I think four seasons put two meets up may have birth school cation. They were the very first one. But I saw come up with the idea and, you know, they told me that it came from the fact that they were reopening the resort, and many of the gas was still studying and working at home. And these were basically services. They're just needed in order to be able to come to the resort. So this particular property very high end, of course, that previous nannies are now study buddies visit on virtual classes, The former doctor sunglasses has become doctor screen. He's available to sanitize any device. And besides, the bandits have turned into work in schooling stations. And you know, after school programs consisted after activities all around the resort, so I also heard back in September that four Seasons.
California judge orders resumption of diversity visas
"Ordering the Trump administration to resume issuing diversity visas for immigrants. US normally issues about 55 thousands of these pieces in a lottery each year the people from countries that have low rates of immigration to the U. S. But the program was paused due to the pandemic. U. S District Judge OMIT. Mita says that although visas don't need to be issued, the State Department can't effectively distinguished diversity program for a given year by simply sitting on its hands and letting all pending diversity visa applications. Time out. The ruling said those who win the visa lottery must obtain a green card by September. The 30th. The Justice Department hasn't responded to the decision. Wikileaks founder
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Orchid expert Dr Manos Kanellos answers a Dendrobium question
"It's time for question of the week and this one comes from Gaskin who has an issue with dendrobium orchid skin rights. I got it a couple of years ago and it's been a joy flowering profusely for the first eighteen months. He's also doubled in size when it arrived it had a few stumps which made me think you'd have been divided or cutback with my kids. I know to Prune flowering stems back to the next node after flowering wanted. My danger need something similar and should I be dividing those rooting branche. Let's at the base. I am no dendrobium experts so I called on somebody who is to answer this question. Manosque ANALYSIS IS THE CO author of book growing orchids at home along with another orchid expert. Peter White so he was just the person meads speak to thankfully Manas was on hand to answer all Gaskins dendrobium queries. And then some are GonNa see three questions here. The basically the dribble what we're looking at is the drug of nobility which is native to Southeast East Asia and it is often referred as a cool growing in boom which is not doesn't do doctors in that it doesn't really need cool temperatures. But it's kind of spacey kind of special because it is one of the few calm only sold or kids that has a distinct growing unrest phase. It's going phase starts when you see buds on the gains in the rest phase stotts when the new gains have reached almost the height of the old canes their best boat late spring about. Now it's arrest and growing phase coincides with them with the nobody with a here now so I can see city questions that need to be honest from from paragraph. So the first question is what these stumps these dumps. In fact cut of games. The plant didn't need a one that say these case cut off but grow did cut them off so the blunt looks prettier for somebody to bite. Which these second question do you need to cut off the gains of the end of the Florence. No because they are used as reservoirs for nutrients and would that feed the new cades when the plan does need these old gains it will become crinkly yellow and then you can cut them off. It's not like offices which is unique in that. It Kennedy Flower on the same stem. These a flower. Normally it would just stop a move to the new gains but as they do not got the old game. I think this is where I've fallen down with this plant in the past because I in my ignorance of this plot have have cut off those stems before they sent me before they've gone completely yellow and Brinkley and as a result I've I was doing the right thing but obviously I wasn't and you end up with kind of an unbalanced ugly looking plan as well grow can do this because in the nursery does that. He's doing just before shows blunt. But he's doing it because in in your house you have perfect. Conditions was at home. The blood is not in ideal conditions. Most of the time so taking away it's Bui- Wa Shales nutrients in what is it. Makes it much more difficult for it to show? Its best left of left on the left with the plan until the plan tells you does need. I'm I guess this is. Why if you grow a few follow ups all kids you have to understand that the dendrobium Zarb different because that flowering style is quite different. They don't fly off from the same in the same way. Do they? Sort of flying from the side of the stag with a very short flowering stem as opposed to that long one get. We found offices years. There is different than two or three ways from other orchids. And as soon as you realize that most of the darkest got two or three significant but as if you only differences than the very to grow one is you know one or two key things. The key for this one is an interest and a glowing period joining address. You keep it cool in cool bright dry conditions Jewish growing face you know what orchid the key to eight was you do this L. Thrive. It's not difficult to grow at home now. The third question w dividing the Bronx leads at the bottom and a difficult one to answer. It's basically that says yes. No these orchid if it's not given a proper rest videoed develop not bronze. Let's they're called chi-chi's new plantlets on the canes if it does so these are best sprayed with some water will. Miss missed it and win the have enough road full five a couple of inches in length either be snapped off and then all put together in small report and you have a new plan but on this case in this picture this is not. Lebron's lead it doesn't look like a is. It just looked looks like a new cane. Orchid looks that it could do with reporting and now it is that I tend to report it all the way until the end of June. So it is best reported in a weaponry party is good to take a little bit of also dog from the bottom of the boat and boot the audit into its new book which should be only slightly bigger a little bit deeper. These huge go into into the bar. So if you really really wanted you cool take that bit off. But it's risky and you have to ask why the best thing is to be less with planned so you end up with a big stronger thriving blunt and what is the best mix to use with the dendrobium is it just like kind. Classic orchid bog just simply bought a don't balk based or anything called compost. You Know Eh isn't a very and you do. Not because they have long games a lot of people feel they need to put him in a big. But the problem with this is that it's not easy to keep it on the very dry Jimmy. It's rest period. So if need be for weight you could put a couple of Februaries in the but the best to just every time you just slightly at the best the next size up in terms of thought so the nets sized book on. I know that I say it. It looks a little bit too big for its board. But that's what it needs to do to do and say just balk which will enable enabled the grower to keep it on the on the dry side during rest field watering these kids. I mean is there any special requirements? Here judy is growing face You what you keep it moist but not overly wet. You can use hardwood that it's easy but it's good at least from time to time to use a rainwater always luke warm temperatures and it was. The new. Gains was the end of the season growing cheese on Wednesday new case of the the height. Alsi availed gains than you. Keep it on the dry side very little water from time to time with Chevy Mistake. So doesn't get bone dry and deal. You see a new buds appearing on the new gains. The new gains also good to be stoked will be supported otherwise can just fold over all or the garden grow. Not Straight okay. That makes sense. Well that's helped me. Also because I've I've got a couple of little Katie's or might dendrobium which I have. I have to say already removed without really checking what I was supposedly but removed them and they were glass of water in the minutes. Must pop those up there quite small but they have got decent read some them so they can just go into one newport with market bark and hopefully they'll go next year with the oxy skype is is you can just snap them off the gain of the boom rather than a cover to cut off a little bit of this time as you have to do with the with the front office and then. Yes dorothy three together with them on on a very small against the Mita in Bach and and not too much watering at the START STUCCO FLEETS. And then you'll have a and what about this worry that people have the they're all kids in see through. Pulse is not true because I can't seem to come from the nursery and report to. We need to look for seats. Report Oral Paik once. Okay very good question. A book is good because you see the system village focusing the size especially Clear all else equal is a good thing. I clear poured for not only for August for plotted plants as well because I can see the roots but it is not necessary to grow or what is essential in a boat. The guarding orchids is that it has good. Greenwich has blend your host closer to drain or kids especially for an obvious need to drain and dry well. Between what the other thing. Also which is the secret is easy. Key is don't even have a dome even clear participation it the Dome it is definitely made for orchids because no The plan needs that kind of special boot so there are clear thoughts in the market. Which frankly not really good for you. Because they don't have good Greenwich as long as the pot has very good grant. A lot of big holes at the bottom is good for orchids. The all clear is better because you also she system in the roots This House is when you say talk about the Dome is the Boston. Part isn't flat. It's got a raise section which presumably is increasing surface area for more act coming in the menu holes at the bottom of the foot. Give it good drellich than dome is mostly for Asia. The center of the if you think about it is basically a niche may be a neat and a half from the what whereas in innumerable port. It's still possible to have inches away from
Proposals To Ban Fracking Could Hurt Democrats In Key States
"Top Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren both call for a ban on fracking. This is the controversial technology that has helped create a major oil and gas boom which president trump often brags about on the campaign trail as voters in New Hampshire head to the polls today. NPR's Jeff Brady took a look at the debate over this divisive issue. Here's a message Bernie. Sanders was delivering even back during the 2016 campaign. We've got so put an end to that position. Is One reason. Olivia free. Wild was recently at the University of New Hampshire holding a clipboard and stopping students. Clementines I do. She's a volunteer with the New Hampshire Youth Movement and the Sunrise Movement which has endorsed Sanders. A student scrambled a class. I ask free. Walled about concerns than an anti fracking candidate could alienate moderate voters in the general election. She says she gets that that question. A lot especially from people in my parents generation. I just hear them being scared and I hear them not. Knowing the full scale tale of the crisis we're facing scientists warned that carbon emissions must be reduced quickly to avoid the worst effects of climate change for free walled and fellow activists. The solution and is a complete transition from fossil fuels. The oil industry has taken notice. We hear the noise. The energy debate of the chatter the American Petroleum Institute. TV Ad shows a millennial age man at a diner watching protesters in the street. Then it argues the oil and gas. The industry is part of the climate change solution to natural gas. The US is leading the way in reducing mission. That's true in the power. Our sector where natural gas is replacing carbon intensive coal fracking has made guest cheap and plentiful Mardi Durban with the US Chamber of Commerce Global Energy Institute says banning fracking would interrupt that progress and cost jobs that I five years. So you're going to lose. Nineteen million jobs around the country trie. That's based on a chamber. Study that predicts job losses well beyond oil and gas fracking ban supporters though. Imagine a much different future with a big big increase in renewable energy jobs. Durban and others in the oil industry aren't trying to change activists minds instead. They're focused on moderate and swing Ling voters. Who could decide the next election in a closely divided country. The middle of the electorate understands our needs for energy itself for it to be affordable for ought to be reliable and to clean. But there's a problem getting that message to moderate and swing voters now. Pollsters say they aren't really thinking about a candidate's climate. I'm it changed your energy policies. Mita Patel in suburban Philadelphia is a good example right now. She's undecided sure. Who is the other candidate that I'm comparing trump against Patel voted for trump in two thousand sixteen and Barack Obama before that asked about how a candidate's abuse on fracking will affect her choice. Tell says she's thinking more about the cost of health insurance now. That's the first thing because that does affect a lot more people people like energy and everything. It's going yes but everyday life is affected by health but in Pennsylvania natural gas is big business and trump won the state by less than a percentage point in two thousand sixteen democratic leaders worn a nominee that vows to ban fracking could lead to another trump. Win In this November. Jeffrey N._P._R.
Jon Kabat-Zinn on Meditation as a Love Affair
"Big episode. This is weak big episode with a massive figure in the world of meditation especially in the West. I think it's safe to say that I would not have gotten interested. Didn't in Meditation Word Not for John Cabot Zinn who came out of a scientific background at MIT and Had A long history of studying Studying Meditation as well and then came up with a way to combine the two through mindfulness based stress reduction. which was a a way to to to teach meditation without the religious overtones or metaphysical claims and that created a situation in which creating in this standardized protocol for teaching meditation? Over the course of eight weeks this embiid or training meant that all these scientists could swoop in and test it on different populations In in a replicable way and that has created the explosion of scientific research we've seen around meditation and without that aforementioned explosion of research. I wouldn't have been able to get over the Hump to do it. I don't I don't imagine John is a huge figure for me personally. And and if you're interested in meditation by the transit of property he's he's he's a big product A big figure for you even if you haven't heard before his official title he is. He's the founding executive director of the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine Healthcare Society at the university diversity of Massachusetts Medical School. He's written a few huge books once called full catastrophe. Living another is called. Wherever you go there you are which is one of the first books I ever read about? Meditation was in fact the book. I was reading when I I gave it a try. A many many years ago That's just a short list of his books. He's written many of them and as you're about to hear He. He is basically impossible to interview but in the best possible way in that he very kindly and enthusiastically thickly and repeatedly derails the interview But stay with it because I promise that even though there appear to be loose threads Throughout the course of the interview I think we went back and tied tied them all up anyway. His his style is Really really fun to listen to be with and so. I think you're going to get a lot of this here. He is John Capitain. It's great to see you again. Good to be here. Always great to see you thanks. Dan Thanks As you know I spent some time with your son recently yes amazing. He's fantastic apple doesn't fall far and must be. I mean just to have an having extend myself for you to have a son with whom you can talk Dharma. That must be I mean. I can't really good treats together. You guys have have a real connection. Yeah so that's that's a that's kind of condition that's very hard to even put into words how it feels for me as there's a father to do that. So what's on your your. How old you know? I'm seventy five seventy five even at this both practicing and and My Term Not Yours. evangelizing definitely you know. I know you would not use that word but spreading the word. Put it that way. If you don't mind my tango this like you know the way I see my karmic assignment on the planet which has evolved over time as one to I found the cultivation of mindfulness through Buddhist meditative practices and traditions to be a The most profound thing that I've ever encountered my life and and even in my first twenty one years or so before I discovered that I you know I was. I deeply involved in science and all sorts of other things of tremendous interest but Being exposed to of the wisdom and that the Buddhist tradition somehow offers through meditative awareness. really put click lights on everything something else that I was interested in the world and kind of made sense of it and connected different elements like say art and science music and poetry in a deep understanding of the nature of the mind the body and so forth from kind of first person experiential level. Almost as if from you know since I'm laboratory scientists INTAS laboratory scientists. We've got one more laboratory that none of us ever really recognized as such and that is the body and life itself emerging out of momentary experience embodied in this body so that kind of was a unifying in very revealing moment for me when I began to experience that within the originally the zen meditation meditation tradition and so And what you're calling. EVANGELIZING are spreading. The word or something is really the way I see it. Is that This kind of capacity that human beings has like a hidden dimension like what quantum physicists or String theorists were cosmologists would call hidden dimensions of space time or reality and we have hidden dimensions. Galore being human that we never paid any attention to the right here then if we were able to occupy them were avail ourselves of them then without anything having to change life would be very different and the biggest hidden dimension is awareness itself then until recently in schools we never got any training and awareness. We got teachers wanted us to pay attention as best as we could but they never taught us how so lot of times. I'm a product of the New York public schools. I mean Moore yelled at to pay attention. which doesn't exactly help people who have a hard time focusing to actually get better at that And then over time it became came obvious that this would be something that would be more important for me to devote my life to articulating in ways that regular people all of us could understand that without doing anything all of a sudden you have like a whole extra dimension of. Let's say wisdom to actually draw on that it doesn't require moving to the Himalayas moving into some cave and meditating. You know or any kind of cliche about what meditation would bring you fifty the years after very hard practice so this whole notion that wakefulness Is something that you have to strive for and ultimately if you exercise the muscle long enough your wake-up okay and sometimes that's the word is associated with that and Linemen and enlightenment meant and then everybody wants to be enlightened but when but if you're in darkened your concept of enlightened is not going to be very accurate because the in darkness is going to have all these filters that make whatever you think. You're striving for inconceivable with the thinking mind mind okay but that doesn't mean it's not instantly available if you drop underneath your thinking mind which is always taught in school has had a think but not how to awareness so this is this sort of missing piece of our humanity so to speak and I like to talk about it that way because we gave ourselves the the name as a species Homo Sapiens sapiens from the Latin superior which means to taste to know. But it's not an intellectual knowing like looking something up in the dictionary and thinking about it is the direct perceptual knowing that comes with wakefulness with awareness with direct contact through attention. You get comprehensive seeing hearing smelling tasting touching. It's like that's part of our humanity but we never really encouraged to to exercise that muscle so that we can drop in on this moment and live fully now. As opposed to striving striving forcing doing doing doing to get to some better moment at some future time that we idealize rant Romanticize says the way I really should be if I was really myself tough enlightened compassionate kind never angry or he's keeping my voice calm all have never stressed knowing knowing how to deal with every conceivable kind of emotional or physical pain. And that's like just one more narrative of thinking thinking thinking and when you realize that in any given moment which means basically making it real then you're already okay. There's no place to go as it says in the heart Sutra Prajit Apar- Mita teachings supreme minor. Teaching is no place to go. Nothing to do and nothing no special something to attain. Why okay because you're already insanely special in virtually every conceivable way even if the narrative you tell yourself is that and then you fill in the blanks about? What's wrong wrong with you? Or why the world is you know. Has It in for you or why you'll never succeed door. You're too old or too big or too little or you to this to that which which is all just more narrative for thinking
"Infest which is a lot of fun I got to meet a lot of new people and a lot of old people older older friends Andrew Alexander from blacksmith tools we went over there and it was a lot of fun I I really I really WanNa turn that into something somehow some way of I just stood yeah he's great guy he's very comedy we'll thank you very much and Loyd in as the woodcut that would supply got smaller and smaller denies got smaller and smaller is people just wanted knives and at one point I look like eight kids I want a knife I want a sword it groans from like eight people to like Hey I was in line what's up I'm like I got the style every single piece of scrap Grad and then I had actually like make a pattern and Nick I love the pressure of like people standing there and like forcing Mita it's funny I was just free styling up various shapes of knives like the K-bar is like the knife that the US I was making this big pirate's sword was used up most of the wood floor and a arised so it's fun and it's fun for me because I'm totally satiated I'm sitting there having when we were at a Louisville maker faire you're doing that on the big the big ones big band saws a. and everything and so they started piecing together their names and obviously there's four of them and it's fun it's really fun for kids I mean I saw so many kids and even a few parents came to me in the like is this years old and yet most of your fingers left I still I mean cut my fingertip several times so to be totally honest I have all my fingertips missing half of my pinky lost half my pinky on a joiner the very end but that's the same one that got damaged on the table so but that was good and then then we drove up and spent the day in half at Andrews Workshop Andrew has a big facility pick me up an envelope by medium Obama but then I got off and I spoke to Andrew and he basically he doesn't offensive usually they they range from as much as twenty thousand down to like thousand gambles and vices Andrew Not so much andrew just as a huge collector Andrew deals in the he pretty much holds onto everything he needs to sit with a few months and then he'll decide to sell it but cancel rescue so it was a nice pow a couple of guys hanging out we had a really nice really it just started playing with an old drill press in the yard because he's got this big open yard it's kind of like an organized junkyard in twenty years and with oil penetrating oil that slide inside of other things move and that's it that's like you reduce it down to like what it was great it was a great couple of days and I've been out for so long I really have a lot to frames and engines and stuff so that'll be interesting I'm going there representing cargo glide awesome awesome yeah that the festival that you went to rusty and get more metal you know like a little more like a lot of rusty things would be coming in rusty because he kept doing demo and then I met casting a guy named Clark was casting and and get to hang out with Clark it was just a great experience and there are so many sweet people that came up to me and just doc for good people so
Meeting The Right Person At The Right Time
"We hope to meet the right person the thing is that's not enough you've gotta meet the right person at the right time well when she was in College Caren Kaplan knew that and she was worried that she'd met the person she wanted to end up with but met that person too early she writes about it in her essay let's meet again in five years it's read by Regina King who won an academy award last year for her performance in if Beale Street could talk she starring in HBO's Watchmen Airing. now on Sunday nights when I told Howard that we should meet again in five years to see if we or meant to be together I thought I was just being practical my idea was less about romance than hedging our beds I was only eighteen in a freshman at Cornell and he was barely twenty one we had dated since September now it was spring soon we beheaded back to opposite coasts he to San Francisco and Mita suburban New Jersey the impending separation was forcing us to reevaluate our dorm room conversation went something like this me I think finding the one is a matter of person place in time what if we're both the right person but this is the wrong place in time we'd miss our chance Anson regretted him so are you saying we should stay together me no I don't WanNA marry the first guy I'm serious about I'm saying let's give ourselves a second chance let's meet in five years I'll be twenty three and you'll be twenty six we'll see if we want to get back together Howard agree we settled on meeting at the New York Public Library near the uptown lion at four pm on the first Sunday in April five years from that Spring we wrote our play John Dollar Bill Gordon half and gave each other the half we'd written on meeting in a public place would minimize any unwanted intimacy of things Awkward for clock made sense because we could start with the drink and if things went well we could proceed to dinner and go from there if things weren't going well we could go our separate ways the New York Public Library was a sentimental choice as Englishman agers we'd spent a Lotta time around books and it was an easy landmark to fine one that was likely to still exist in five years unlike a restaurant or far although the first Sunday in April was our original choice I soon realized that it could fall on Easter and my confirm Catholic would never abide my heading into New York City that day we'd be having a family celebration so Howard I took back car have dollar bills crossed out April wrote May and handed them back to each other and then we failed to break up in fact we stayed together that summer and through the whole next school year it wasn't until the next semester when he took a leave of absence and lived in Manhattan that our relationship finally ended I started seeing someone else he found out and that was that we have three and a half years before our meeting I use that time well I had relationships flings crushes with a few of those men I wondered is he the one for various reasons the answer was never yes might have been yes if Howard and I didn't have a date planned maybe maybe not in any case most of my interactions with men whether short or long lasting only strengthened my sense that Howard probably was the one and that I had been put into a range our second chance a part of our agreement that didn't make it onto the dollar bill was that we would tell no one a rule I promptly forgot at some point told my best friend she thought the plan was created but fell bad for the guy I was seeing at the time I also told my mother in which was a mistake at the five year mark I was living in Minneapolis I was in a relationship that had been staggering along for months as for Howard in me we hadn't spoken or communicated at all for a couple of years I vaguely knew of his whereabouts from mutual friends but this was before cell phones the Internet and E-mail a bygone era where you could actually lose touch with people and not know how to contact them even if you wanted to that's what happened with US nevertheless a few days after that first Sunday in May I flew home to the Jersey suburbs visit with my mother plan to head into the city for the weekend my sister had an apartment on the upper west side and it will be nothing unusual for me to see okay with her because I always did when I visited but my mother kept suggesting an alternative plan she argued that it would be better go into New York when my sister wasn't working as a restaurant employee she was busiest on weekends now I said I have to go in this weekend being Howard on Sunday that stopped her I didn't know you two were still in touch we haven't been I said but we agreed to meet on the first Sunday in May this year so I have to be in the city when did you make this agreement five years ago I said Oh my God five years ago are you out of your mind doesn't he live in Calgary -fornia he's not gonna fly all the way to New York for this yes he will I'm sure he'll be there while I was on the train into Manhattan my mother called my sister and urged her to keep me from following through fearing I'd be heartbroken when Howard didn't show when I arrived my sister said you're trying to live your life like a movie real life doesn't work like that he's not even going to remember much less travel three thousand miles you setting yourself up for big disappointment I disagreed she had to work there good afternoon and evening so I was quite happily on my own for the walk from the upper west side to mid town a few minutes before for p. m. found myself standing across the street from the library scanning the small crowd in front when suddenly I saw our heading toward the library steps we saw each other smiled and waved across the street and we hugged in front of the lion fortitude I learned later then sat down on the steps and started talking our conversation lasted two days then Howard caught a plane back to California doesn't immediately happily ever after for us I had to extricate myself from the relationship with the other Guy Howard I also had figure out how we were going to live in the same city that fall I moved to the bay area for a couple of months on a work assignment a few months later he moved to Minneapolis where we stayed for two years before moving to New York and yes once we were back east they marry I still resist a calling our story romantic friends who had heard the story tended to exaggerate the details saying things like and you didn't see each other for ten years actually it was a five year plan and it was only three years that we were fully out of touch or they'll say and you always knew now that was the whole point of the agreement we didn't always know even after the meeting it took a while for us to move in together when we moved New York we agreed we would have to see how things worked out with jobs before making any promises what is true is how the story has helped sustain in our relationship through times of trouble I would have hated to in the story with unfortunately it didn't work out with a story like that of course we had to stay together a romantic past we discovered can help keep you belted in place until you find equilibrium still I insisted the story was about foresight and prudence not romance I only share the story with people I didn't think I was trying to live my life like a movie who would know the story was about being smart and love not starry-eyed for years I the story with I thought it was just being practical and giving us a second chance it turned out to be a good plan well the plan may have been practical a friend said recently but the fact that you both showed up there's a romance he was right it was a complete faith in the other person despite others cautions that define the romance showed up for each other we now have been married for thirty five years Howard still shows up for me and show up for him
Recovering from a Breakup ft. Onward: A Post-Breakup Concierge Service
"To you that this is what you're saying awesome Elena we're talking about what's new in dating news signs you're not ready to date after a break up and cosmo readers way in about whether or not it's okay to ask us significant other to delete picks of their ex then we're diving into the Mailbox Stanford your listener questions including one listener grappling with staying friends with her ex and enough you're listening who has questions about pet sharing with an ex but first we want to welcome this week's guest she is the CO founder of Onward Post Breakup concierge service in New York City the service is being talked about by everybody from refinery twenty nine to good morning America please welcome Lindsay Mac welcome to the show thank you I'm so delighted to be here were excited to have you because you know a lot of people they struggle after a break up and you have created an entire concierge service around this problem so tell everybody exactly what is post breakup concierge how much does it cost what does it provide sure download yeah so I think when my best friend and CO founder and I were coming the idea are thought was you know again at sort of coming out of our own breakup wouldn't it be amazing if there was like a ghostbusters for breakup right here's this traumatic transitional life moment where you really need to call in the big the big guns to sort of get yourself you know out and onward so we started thinking about what were the main pain points and leaving a long term relationship and because you know we live in New York City the big points was moving out you know how do you quickly relocate if you're living together with a partner where do you go how do you find housing how do you appear new life you're you know get off all the streaming accounts and all that kind of stuff and sort of start over but then there's of course the second piece after logistics which is holistic finding therapists finding a gym sort of reacclimating yourself to society in a new phase because you might need a new gym if you if you worked l. with your husband or husband boyfriend at the same the same Jim Yeah I mean your husband I guess breakout of do both we do both we do both you know we see the primary folks in our service to be folks leaving breakup not not divorce is a lot of people end up turning their lawyers into their therapist Sierra which is probably a lot more expensive than hiring Lindsey service you probably you are getting through a divorce remember to use your divorce attorney just the logistics yeah yeah use them sparingly and then for for all other issues maybe talked to Lindsey Yeah we're we're a lot more affordable within your divorce attorney you don't need either of us but if you do we offer ten day thirty day and three month plans to kind of get you moving and our price points are a lot lot less lot less money were like one ninety nine is our is our entry point yet time's up by lake ten you're talking about a divorce attorney so our per our right what does one ninety nine covers what chunk of time so that's the ten days that's a really good deal for ten days if someone helping you like I like I feel like one hundred ninety nine hundred therapists charged yeah like one session -actly exactly and we're not we're not your therapist but certainly we act in in sort of a asses ambassadorial role and you'll find a therapist exactly so that's yeah I actually love that about your service that you guys don't claim to be like the aw how whatever like you you outsource to the people that are experts in each fields rate yeah that's one thing that's Angela and my pet peeve is like people Oh pretending to be experts in a certain field like even when it comes to dating Angela are very clear that we are not trained therapists this podcast is US giving best friend big sister advice and when we are talking about serious issues that's when we have our experts on the show so we we love that about you that you say you look to subject matter experts to Guy eight from everything from fitness to finance food prep how do you find your vet your experts that you bring in so we've been really fortunate we work out of the wing co working space says and we found a lot of women to love love wing the wing and they've been a great resource for finding the folks in our ecosystem and we spent a lot of time like you're eating and vetting these folks like I would never recommend any any service that I myself wouldn't use and so we're you know we're looking for folks in financial planning and therapy and you know moving companies that don't suck which is as hard in New York so you know we spend a Lotta time interviewing folks and talking to them and making sure that they're you know that we're putting our members in the best hands possible for this moment so you mentioned at this whole idea came from when you and your co founder went through your own breakup so how did that go from being like I wish that was the thing that existed to being like let's make this a thing that exists I think it was a weird it was weird moment. I went through my break-up right before the election for Hillary heartbreak our life and as I was working with sort of Mita in in the sense that she had just recently gone through her break up and we realized that we were like buying the same I e furniture and we we sort of have the same logistic needs we thought Oh my goodness there are so many friends that you know as New Yorkers who was actually in DC you know who we've helped through this experience that you know there's they're sort of like there's sort of like a scalable role roadmap to this and no one is clean that Beijing you can you know you can rent the runway for your fashion you can freshdirect for your groceries but when you're going through this and I do all of that they seem all of those things you can go to the subject matter experts but wouldn't it be amazing for this moment where and also New York is the city of transplants we don't necessary really have our you know mom from Ohio down the street to like car mattress down four flights of stairs and maybe even she was here we'd be embarrassed to ask her because you know breakup come with like a certain sense of stigma and embarrassment sometimes which we don't love so wouldn't it be amazing if we could take the experience we had and make it be helpful for other people we started thinking about it in both of us have backgrounds in project management I was Broadway producer for a long time Angela before she booked we'll have to talk about that later is I don't even like Broadway Junkie doesn't seem to Suffice Theater nerd Peter Nerd we stopped we love so megan are both very very big Broadway people she is a fan me as a former participant in Kearney world I and I think there's something very similar to Broadway and breakup you know obviously a lot of high drama but also like the show must go on right like you know the break-up is not the end of your life if this is a transitional empowering moment and we're going to figure it out you know we're going to get you on stage and like get it done And so I think there was something in that that we were like the service needs to exist so I guess we have to do it. Your website lists the three phase process for coping with the break-up can you walk us through what a typical aw sure what steps are sure as we're sort of finding unfortunately you know not breakup are the same in the way that no two relationships are the same but they do sort of seemed follow a similar path which is like the first step is always sort of the logistics piece like you're in this survival mode and you gotta you know if you were living together or if you have you know commingled anything you've got to figure out how to take care of that so so we look at the Logistics Pieces Bean Housing and moving and just your day to day like a good place good as to sleep you know we we started this off the sort of psychological concept of maslow's hierarchy of needs you need a place to sleep every night you need a place to be then the next phase we call the holistic which is like okay you've gotten settled in like let's focus on your emotional and total wellbeing physical wellbeing are you getting enough sleep or you're drinking water but you know with therapy it'd be good idea would be finding a new place to work out you canoe good idea for you would it be helpful for you to start kind of engaging in your neighborhood in some way and then finally like what we call sort of altruistic stage which is really just because we wanted is at the end but essentially like okay now you sort of gotten yourself together like maybe dating is something you're interested in maybe like expanding your community because a lot of times what happens in breakup we lose we lose a big portion if not all of our community you know you don't have your XS friends anymore you don't have your exes family anymore you know you sort of have to Ford your new your new sense of self and your new sense of tribe your new community out of that so we focus on that sort of the last last piece of it I love that yeah so I have a lot of a couple of friends going through breakup right now and they're in therapy and something they always say to me is like I wish therapist would just got to do because at therapists can't do that so we'll we'll like a break up concierge do that for you a little bit I mean we're not you can't force their hand but we do try to kind of happening here what are the resources you have to get going and whether that's like okay like maybe you should delete the unfiled up person on facebook because every time it's
Meet The Credit Card Obsessives Who Travel The World On Points
"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply now we have a story of people who are in credit card points as though it were a game they go for sign up bonuses and point multipliers and balance transfers but it turns out you can lose the credit card points game to here's Dr Yes roffe on it's seven o'clock on Tuesday night and in a crowded Bar in downtown Brooklyn on twenty or so people have gathered to sip Craft Beers Niblett appetizers men talk about credit cards. I've taken out over forty six credit cards writes in five years and earn two point six million Miles Justin sign up bonuses. Janus Lynch is irregular at the reach for the Miles Mita. It's a gathering of travel hackers. There's an deal optimize. IRS will meet once a month to trade strategies for maximising credit card rewards for her. Earning points is a kind of sport. I just came back this morning. From Easter. Island Lhasa Got Twenty Six thousand points from that plus because American Airlines was late for flight big any another seventy five hundred points nights so I'm not sure where I came out but I think I may have been paid to go to Easter Island. Uruguay and Lynch isn't alone nearly ninety percent of all the money spent on credit it cards last year was on rewards cards and as points have become more popular so to have websites like million mile secrets and the points guy which helped consumers game the point system meanwhile card issuers have been pushing more and more generous rewards all in an effort to entice customers to borrow and spend more but for people like Janus Lintz. It's just one more way to beat the credit card companies at their own game so I even make money paying taxes. I made quite a few thous in capital gains taxes. I spoke with one person who opened a credit card and immediately bought three thousand dollars worth of Amazon Gift Cards. Just has to qualify for the sign up bonus another person filled up there garage with blenders to take advantage of a promotion offering extra points on appliances one dad he even even try to enroll his newborn in a frequent flyer program only to be told that you have to be at least two years old to start earning miles and of course the ultimate badge of honor among this crowd is the outlandish travel story like the guy who flew first class to Dubai for less than twenty dollars and then there's Stephen Kozelsk Hausky. He used his points to visit every single country on earth before he turned forty the last one on his list Syria on one day notice I was was able to be on a plane to Beirut in Damascus by nightfall points can open the door to extraordinary experiences if you have the time and the discipline but one survey found that nearly sixty percent of the people who have rewards cards don't pay off their balances each month. They're so focused on the rewards aspect of it that got a lot of time. I think they just look past the potential downside. Ron Struggle is a certified financial planner. He sees clients. Come in all the time excited about all the points they're going to get with their new credit credit card. Believe him pull that card out and they should to me. You know like they're bragging about it but many of those same clients wound up racking up charges incentivized by that little little hit of dopamine they get each time they earn a point. That's what happened to jd Malone. He and his wife got sucked into a rewards program a few years ago after opening a Costco cashback card it changed the way we spent money from shopping for a brand new college and I mean one of the things that we talked about that was all hey if we buy this two thousand dollars couch yeah. That's that's Nice but if we buy this three thousand dollar couch we're going to get more cash back for that so we might as well by the three thousand thousand couch when they got their year end statement they found that they charge more than forty thousand dollars on that card and for all that they got about six hundred cashback it was painful. I mean to be honest. It was it was sickening. We were like this. This has to change. Jd and his wife enrolled in
When It Comes To Race, Eating Disorders Don't Discriminate
"Eating disorders had the highest mortality rate of any psychiatric diagnosis this week. One organization is trying to spread the word that eating disorders affect all of us from NPR's coats, which podcast Charene, mice Marashi has more. Carla Moseley wants you to know that people with eating disorders, look like her two. I'm a woman of color, and I certainly didn't know that people like me had eating disorders. It seemed like it was a white rich female adolescent disorder only one of those identifiers fits Moseley whose black and binged purged for years. She also struggled with obsessive thoughts about food. I've experienced so many holidays and social. Events where I wasn't present with people because I was focusing on. What was on the table? What was going in my mouth? Then once I ate. It is gonna make me fat the next day food haunted her at times food comforted her at others. And when she threw food up she says, it was actually a way to purge pent up sadness and anxiety. She says there was a period in her life where she was throwing up every single night Moseley's an actor. She's been a regular on the daytime soap the Bolden the beautiful since twenty thirteen but a decade before that she was working on a kids show in Australia at night. I was doing this really violent thing by myself up all night. And then during the day, I was like smiling and entertaining children, and it was very strange, Dr Jekyll Mr Hyde moment, and I was kind of like barely keeping it together. And then my aunt passed away. Her aunt was like, a second mom, and when she got that news, the very first thing she did was run. Into the bathroom to throw up. Her colleagues were aware this was going on and begged her to get help which she did. And speaking honestly about her eating disorder, and her recovery is Moseley's way of giving back. She says she was lucky to have colleagues who supported her, and she knows not everyone has that luxury. So she's using her platform as a black actor with sixty thousand Instagram followers. You know, my picture shows up in their feet every day. And that's a wide range of people. I'm on the number one soap opera in the world is possible that by my telling my story people can be helped Carla Moseley's an ambassador for the largest nonprofit in the US helping people affected by eating disorders the national eating disorder association or Nita this week marks its annual eating disorder awareness campaign. And this year's theme is inclusivity the tagline come as you are. And one of our big goals with ambassadors is to really carry forward. This message of commas. You are that's the head of Mita Claire Miskito ambassadors like Carla or sharing their stories this week and miss go wants other people to do the same using the hashtag come as you are. She says thirty million Americans have struggled with an eating disorder at some point in their lives, and that number is probably higher because the stereotype of who has an eating disorder affects how we talk about eating disorders who seeks treatment who gets treatment and how they're treated miss. Go hopes people of all genders and racial and ethnic backgrounds will participate it's really about against celebrating community and busting these myths that prevent an have prevented so many people from coming forward. Another myth people with eating disorders are all thin Chevy's Turner who founded the binge eating disorder association in two thousand eight says that's just not true. She's struggled with both binge eating disorder and atypical anorexia. That's when you restrict your food intake in your calories. But you don't look super thin. I have always lived in a higher weight body. And so part of what the greater eating disorders community back in two thousand eight was not doing was really representing people in higher way bodies with eating disorders binge. Eating disorder wasn't recognized on the American psychiatric association's diagnostic manual back. Then as something Turner worked on changing and that officially happened in twenty thirteen now that there's more research on binge eating. She says demographic data's emerging the Latino community actually has the highest rates of binge eating disorder, and they are followed by the black community. A researcher told me that Latina she worked with who crossed the border from Central America and Mexico had gone without food for so long. They started binge eating once they finally had it so food insecurity can be a trigger. Trauma can also be a trigger as well as anxiety and depression, but most of the studies on what causes eating disorder. Have been done by white researchers on white women with diagnostic tools designed by white. Researchers for white women Turner who's white wanted to address this lack of representation in her own way. So she invited an equity expert who's black to speak at the binge eating disorder association's annual conference a few years ago. She says that expert desert Atalay got up on stage. And she said I just want to let y'all know that this is a room full of white supremacy. And until that point I had not really realized just how white are organizations were and just how much we were not listening Chevy's Turner has a new job. Now, she's at the national eating disorder association. She joined forces with Clare miss go at Nita to quote, unify the eating disorder community and miss go acknowledges, they have some work ahead when it comes to being more inclusive as a white woman. I'm sort of putting forward that typical picture of who struggles needed doesn't have a Latina ambassador yet. But they reached out to someone to help get the word out about come as you are her name's Gloria Lucas, and she started her own thing because like Chevy's Turner. She felt like the eating disorder community wasn't serving her knees as a Latina with an eating disorder who identifies as chubby. So she created not going up positively pride. Now, Gordon means a woman with the big butt. And it's also sling rights, I think that people relate to that. Right. That's big Spanish like, oh, this is familiar, Lucas, his Instagram. Also called nine going up, positively pride has eighty thousand followers, and she gives toxic schools and in bilingual bookstores, basically wherever she can gather an audience of people of color to share her own recovery story, and how she came to the realization that trying to prove her worth in a society that doesn't value her was making her sick. She says she read that eating disorders are saying reactions to insane circumstances, you know, but I think that KamAz your is like everybody from all different types of backgrounds. Come as you are and talk about our struggles with food right because eating disorders thrive in isolation. The national eating disorder association's come as you are campaign. Ends march. Third Shereen mighty Marashi. NPR news.
Treating the microbiome, and a gene that induces sleep
"Napping that lethargic feeling is actually not triggered by the infection you're grappling with but your immune system i'm here with amita segal to talk about a gene that links sleep and immune function hey amita high i could you talk a little bit about the processes that regulate sleep the truth of the matter is that we understand very little about sleep we do know that it occurs with a twenty four hour rhythm is through kadian rhythm and that's driven by a clock biological clock that's within us we know that there's this other system called the homeo- static system and the homies static system is the system that ensures that you get enough sleep usually the two systems worked together to determine when sleep occurs but the home static system can sometimes override the circadian so you're up all night sleep in the morning even though you're doc is telling you to wake up we understand a lot about the circadian process we understand very little about the homeo- static process like what is it that makes us sleepy when b been awake for a long period of time how did your team approach isolating molecules that modulate sleep and wakefulness we developed several years ago a fly model for sleep and the reason we did that was because we wanted to really get at molecules in you know the genetics of sleep which is harder to pakelle in mammalian models in the fly lenders are beautifully to those types of approaches where you can just is the animal and then look for ones that have a baron see patterns what was your study trying to figure out that previous studies didn't address in previous studies we had found genes that affected sleep but for the most part we found that those genes were required for the animal to sleep with the one drivers of sleep so you couldn't like increase sleep above the normal sleep amount so what we wanted was you know what is the trigger would is there a gene that when you just increase it the animal will become speak and that's what we tried to do in this study right in your team was successful and identifying a single gene that induces sleep called nitty how are you able to isolate the specific gene so we basically took you know different genes across the whole genome and over expressed them like you know increase levels of those in adult neurons and we find that when we turn on this gene so that it then makes makes protein the animals sleep and no other gene from the twelve thousand or so that we tested did that so what normally triggers the expression of this gene normally it turns out that when be animal has very high need to sleep like if the animal has been awake all night or if the animal is sick during sickness you know you'll need to sleep increases 'cause leap is restorative is the sleep induced from this protein any longer deeper or different than normal sleep it is deeper and longer so what happens when we increase expression of this molecule duration of each episode is increased saying they're sleeping more but they're also sleeping in a better consolidated fashion so each episode of sleep is longer deeper sleep is actually referring to the arouse ability so we find that when you over express this molly if you increase levels of this molecule that is harder to wake the flies up how exactly does this jane promotes sleep in fruit flies so this particular protein it turns out to be an immune molecule and it is produced in in peripheral tissues right in the body and it actually kill bacteria but normally you don't even think if these proteins is being in the brain will do they are and this particular molecule gets turned on in the brain and it gets turned on in the brain in very few sows like probably just to cells and what he does is act to the normal known scape circuitry as in the neurons that normally affect sleep we don't know how it does it but it seems to be connecting to that circuitry so at addition to the immune benefits from inducing sleep it also has other properties that help it boost the immune system it is also promoting immune function and so we think that that when be animal is sick it has a twofold function on the one hand it's killing the bugs on the other hand it's increasing sleep both of which are hand helping the animal recover from the infection so it was the most exciting part of this discovery being of the very fact that we could get a molecule that would trigger sleep was really exciting for us the fact that it was secreted was also really exciting because the sleep field has long believed in the idea that there are secreted molecules that can increase sleep so many many years ago these experiments done where people sleep deprived sheep and goats and then they took their cerebrospinal fluid and put it into animals that had been allowed to sleep and they injected animals became sleepy they basically were transmitting sleepiness from one animal to the other by just taking fluids secreted molecules have there been any other genes discovered that are similar to this gene you found in fruit flies people have tried a lot over the years to figure out what it is that transmits that seeping from animal to animal and it's unclear i mean for wild people putt that it might be the molecule called dennis scene which is a breakdown product of energy utilization but beef exa for damascene on sleep ready restricted to certain parts of sleep in certain areas of the brain but importantly some of the molecules that have been implicated our immune molecules one of the reasons us fruit flies is because it's easier to isolate the genes that in mammalian models but what would be a potential approach to figuring out if a gene like this exists in humans there are similar classes of molecules in mammals anti microbial peptides molecules that kill bacteria so for starters what i would do is work with the mouse or arrack model and inject them with different anti microbial peptides that are normally made in those mice and rats and see if they can induce sleepiness thanks so much mita thank you megan amita
How much sleep do we need?
"Even shift workers who give themselves eight or nine hours of sleep opportunity. Join the day, they do not get a quality of sleep. They would have if they were sleeping at night because we are by design a dial species we like to be awake during the day and were designed biologically to do that. So it's not as simple as get your sleep at any time during the twenty four hour period, we didn't bleak midwinter the moment. Is there a time of year when I sleep patterns change as well. It does seem to depend on the season. We know this from studying hunter gatherer tribes throughout the world who are untouched by all of the influences of Madonna tea and southern interesting population to study, and although many of them live somewhat closer to the equator others foreign if away where they'll have seasonal shift and indeed. What you find is that joining the winter months they will sleep longer during the summer months, they'll sleep less. So that does seem to suggest that we may have this twelve monthly cycle to us sleep. In addition to many other different timeframes that we could measure Mita out on asleep. Made some of that seems to do with light exposure during the day other aspects actually seemed to do with temperature. So it seems to be both temperature and light that dictate off seasonal changes in sleep. We also know strangely, by the way that all sleep changes dramatically on the basis of the moon on the Luna cycle to that joining the full moon, we tend to sleep a little less, and when people sleep less we know that they are a little bit more emotionally erratic and unstable and it's often led me to wonder about the time lunatic and were that term actually comes from. And whether it actually is sleep related or not the specimen acting funny in your book, he gives some tips for healthy sleep. If you. Have to choose just three for someone a social loafer or lunatic. Let myself finds it very difficult to see sometimes what would your top three tips. Be. I think the first beyond giving yourself really a non negotiable, eight hours leap opportunity every night. The first would be regularity. Go to bed at the same time and wake up the same time. No matter whether it's the weekend or the weekday even if you've had a bad night of sleep still get up at the same time. It sounds paradoxical. But that will reset your system and then get to bed at the normal time. The following night regularity is king. If there's one thing that you take away from this just wake up at the same time every day that would be it beyond that abstaining from alcohol and caffeine are probably your two best solutions in terms of consumption. The final aspect I would say is your environment temperature and light we are docked prime society in this modern era, and we need darkness at night to release a hormone called melatonin to help with him. Healthy sleep so dim down Hof the lights in your home in the last hour before bed. Tried to stay away from screens, get your bedroom. Temperature down to about sixty five degrees celsius sources of somewhere around eighteen degrees celsius those would be my tips for better sleep.
The marathon atop the world's deepest lake is not for beginners
"Siberia. He might not be able to hear through the wind. That is a guy in fur-lined coat in the middle of nowhere saying, we might lose people. ABC's Patrick reveal is our Russia correspondent. He's insane Petersburg right now, Patrick you accompanied Alenia on this race. What are we talking about here? What is it like on that frozen lake in Siberia. This is not just any lay. This is the the deepest lake in the world, and so it is. It is just I, if you just imagine of endless white flat plateau and around is overeating with these mountains, have blue haze over them, then that's what you look. If you imagine the frozen planet. That's why she's running this. Martin is a cross lychee across the ice running on top of Mita thick ice from one show to the twenty six miles doing. I think that's that's can be telling Dan bridges are damn degrees. Integrate lower than usual. Minus minus twenty Fahrenheit was was the temperature when we were that. And suddenly this gale blew up and we had fifty five mile an hour winds. When you combine that with minus twenty temperatures, you get this ferocious cold and people getting frost by the two people who had to be pulled out the race because they got frostbite and just off Gina, the I five miles one guy had had had his ear. Frostbitten and wish then had to be potty cut off. The ear had to be cut off, not not the whole era. As far as I understand that part of the. I mean, I had this very rough, rough guy from Siberia who said to me in Siberia, we cool old doctors sessions. So obviously a special breed of person who's doing this race. You guys were with LIC, but you met several these people. What are they like? What is she like? How do you get yourself to do this? I mean, the thing that struck me is that there is a great variety of of people doing it and many of them particular also above middle-age in many of them like Elissa in the late fifties and she she has self is sixty full when we began. You know, she was running through knee deep snow and it looked very tough. And she said to me, ten me is that this is horrible. You know, this is awful, but then she just keeps going and it's speeds stays the same. And she just goes on just keeps going. Moving to Nevis in stays an, you know, whatever you do keep moving onto the finish. It's absolutely insane documented. Just went up this morning on ABC news dot com. We're glad you made that a Siberian safely. Patrick. Thanks for being with us. Thanks. Thanks. And one last thing you've heard of ghosting you go on dates, then all of a sudden nothing Connors, never gonna call. Really. Have you know, because I'm a guy and it's just how we do it. Well, what if that happens? But you still see the person liking your Facebook posts, like what does that mean? They weren't text you back, but they'll like a photo or watcher, Instagram story, not chat story, so they're alive and they know your life and I know what you're doing, but they're not actually contacting you. That is Anna arose Vini. She wrote on the excellently named blog, man, repel. This has happened to her and her friends multiple times, hey, why are you watching my snapshot stories been not texting me and he was like, oh, you can see that even coin to term for it. It's not ghosting. It's not creeping I admit that I creep, so I do want to distinguish two. She calls it orbiting you know, just keeping someone in your orbit. I Vini says, is the modern version of keeping someone of the back burner. Let them know you're there just in case things change, but for now you're not interested. I think it's the action of someone who doesn't know what they want. She says, think about it. Ghosting has existed ever since the invention of letters, you cannot orbit without social media. So if you're one of these people, you're like a really annoying pioneer. Congratulations. I do want to be reminded that you exist leave a rating and review on apple podcasts or tweet at us. Start here ABC Patrick real got some incredible images in Siberia. You can check them out today at ABC news dot com or the news app. I'm Brad milkey see tomorrow. Are you hiring join the over three million businesses that use indeed dot com for hiring post your next job opening on the world's number one job site indeed, dot com.